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OFFICIAL PAH Kit OK CITY AND COUNTY .%DVi:ifTI»l** RATES, 1 wk. I wk ii uiu. inch 3 mos. mos: I ,5 .75! 1.0U ia's 1.50 -2.W I -1. 'J.50 i)U 3 .1. 4. 50! 7 y 2.'i5| 4.00j 6.00 l.wj 1.50 1.75 3.50 6.00 10.00 5.00 S.00 11. (to 3.50 4.50 y 00 15.00 VJ5.00 i 9.00, 15.00 25.00 40.00 ooj 1 col. S.00 1'2 00: 15.00, 25.00: 40.00 75.00 Tim: TAIII.I 11. & livi* C., M. & St. 1'. Railroad. Going Kast 1 2 i ... 10:4? a .. 7:55 :i m. .. 7:15 ill.. J'aasenRcr. i\is«eng« Freight... rr^iglit... IIf rams on ioliows. s:05 •~:oo a. m.... J:5h a. m.... !:15a m.... :W) a. ... Ooing West ... a in ... :57 ... 4:55 OKRMAN UAl'TlST-Rev.W. H. Mueller, pastor. Services every Sunday morning at lo::?0a in. in hall corner ot Cornell avniue and Jay lie street. Sunday School immedi ately alter morning service, and all children are earnestly welcomed, UKRMAN MKTliODlST—Services at the pastor's house every alternate Sunday. Rev F. Hartke, pastor. i. o. o. H. AFOMSi ic ttANITOR.4 it the Watertown Short Line run as (ioinc West, 1:30 p. m.... p. m.... Goin oing 7:S5 i Kast. m. S a i Minneapolis... ... Benson .. Appletou .. 6:50 a. in. 1:50 a. ni. ,11:30 p. in. 10:1*2 p. m. *:30 p. in. apply to any A e e Watertown ... ther information For rates or Ticket agent or ('. H. .Wt., St/Paul, Minn. Warren, (ien'l Pass. CHI RIH DIHGOTOBl. CATHOLIC—Kev. Father Herinelin J'riest. Service every third Sunday in eac month at the church. Mass at 1U a. m. MKTliODlST—Services in the church on 'nicll avenue every Sunday morning •it 10:45 and at 7 p. m. Sun/lay School immediately alter morning service. Kev. C. Robinson, pastor. I'KKSllYTKlllAN—Services in church '•very Sunday—at 10:45 a. and 7 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at 12:00 m. Kev. U.K. N'oves, pastor. GKRMAN KVAMiKLICAL -Rev. William HIanc.liard, past( r. Services 10 a. m. ami 7 p. each Sunday. Sunday school immediately alter morning service. Prayer meeting every W e.tnesdav evening at 7:30 o'clock. S r. Inkpa Lodge No 34, I. 0.0 P.. will meet regularly Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, in their hall, Betcher's block. thers cordially invited. Xo. 1 Northern SI.03. Visiting bro^ J. Karn, N. G. R. F, BAKER, Sec. City Officers, Mayor—E. M. Bennett. Justice ot the Peace—W. W. Dowuie. City Clerk—.1 .1. Stevenson. Treasurer—R. F. Baker. Assessor—Herman Mew ing. Street Commissioner—J. U. Taylor. Matshal—,1. R. Taylor. Aldermen—1st ward. David Post, Elmer Morrill returned from cousin to-day. Charles Thorndike 2d ward, F. W. Thorndike, W. R. Movius. IjOCALI gossip. Wis- The M. E. ladies aid society will meet with Mrs. I). Tost next week. Election tickets and stickers print ed at the HERALD ollice. Ben Crippen will hereafter spend is evenings at home, Mrs. C. having letumed to-day. Henry Schafer, of Milbank, was down looking after his Big Stone in terests this week. R. T. Thompson brought a lot of working cattle from the west this week, which he intends to take to the pineries and dispose of. John Fey, the Ortonville brewery iuan has bought the lumber in the Kaercher dredge, and will use it for improvements at the brewery. Mrs. J. Manley. of Minneapolis, a resident of Big Stone in an early day, is visiting Mrs. Geo. Hallock and other friends this week. Ilev. A. P. Lyon, of Marshall, Minn., has been in town the past few days attending to the marketing of the grain from his farm southwest of town. The prairie fire last Wednesday de stroyed the barn on the Kline place, and also the Bundock building near by. The barn belonged to Leon Lum, and was insured for S100. Charley Welch, the Big Stone lum berman of ye ancient days, now of Wabasha, Minn., was in town this week, associating with his old friends and figuring out the profits of his sev eral farms in this vicinity. A number of citizens spent Wednes day afternoon and evening back-firing on the north end of town, tor protec tion against the prairie lire that was sweeping down from the north and west. Henry Jacobs, of Green Bay. Wis., who bought the Gertanner farm some timp ago. has just had a granarv,20x28 erected on the place, and will move thereon in the spring. The railroad company is about to put in a side track at the brick yard. The track will also be utilized bv the railroad people to reach the adjoin* in« gravel pit which they have secur- ed from Mr. Oehler. Kev. llobinson will preach Sunday afternoons at 3 o'clock at the Alban and Elmira school houses, alternating, but ontir.uing the regular morning and evening services at this place. Harley, the four-year old son of W. I. Woodard, was kicked in the face by a horse to-day, while playing in the stable. The little lellow's face is badly cut and swollen, but the acci dent might have been a great deal worse. A prohibition rally was held in the Presbyterian church Monday evening which was well attended. The speak ers were Rev. Jordan, D. W\ Diggs, Esq., and Col. Evans, of Milbank, and Rev. Kenierer, of Ortonville. To-night Hon. J. W. Bell, of Mil bank, will speak in St. Charles hall on the license side of the question. Anton lvlager, who rents AVm. Movius farm near Odessa, met with a severe loss by lire the early part of the week. The barn and granary on the place were consumed, with two horses, a colt, and a large quantity of hay, grain, &c. The lire is iq used to have been set by some unknown person. A sweeping prairie lire came down over the country northwest of town last Wednesday, destroying a large amount of property for a number of farmers. Among the sufferers are F. W. Fuhs, who lost his house, barn, and granary, and about 1,200 bushels of wheat and oats. Mr. Junkens lost his barn, and the Bum Bros., barn and granary, with a large amount of wheat. Hundreds of tons of hay. stacked in that vicinity, and left un protected. were licked up by the Haines as they swept over the country, and numerous small buildings were also destroyed. It is a fact that Milbank is the best wheat market in Grant county, the price paid having been several cents higher per bushel than on either of the roads or even at Twin Brooks or Big Stone City. Whatever complaint may have been made in former years Milbank takes the lead this year, sure. —Milbank Review. What's the use of lying about a bushel ot wheat The following fig ures show that the same causes that made Big Stone a better market for wheat than Milbank in former years are still at work. Prices in Big Stone have been 3 or 4 cents higher than in Milbank almost every day this fall. The fact that many farmers in the immediate vicinity of Milbank mar ket their grain at this point is good proof that they make something by doing so. The Milbank prices given below are taken from the Milbank papers of the dates mentioned, for No. 1 Northern, and the Big Stone prices are taken from the HERALD Milbank. Sept. 28 $ .yo Oct. 5 i.oo Oct. i.oi Oct. 19 94 To-day in Milbank and in Big Stone SI.03. Big Stone City $ .94 1..05 1.10 .95 wheat is Sl.o» i Catlioli Fair. At the Catholic fair, which was held in St. Charles hall last "Wednes day evening, the following parties drew the prizes J. B. Bubee, ticket No. 58, bureau. D. Way. ticket No. 01, table. H. Martens, ticket 87, table cloth. Lulu Haggu. ticket 80, chair. E. M. Bennett, ticket 3, revolver. Mary Martens, ticket 14, ladies hat. Philip JieGreef, ticket 4, breaking plow. The contest for tho lady's gold watch, between Miss Mary Fonder and Miss Susan Moynaugh resulted in a victory far the latter, who sold $80.10 worth of tickets, while the for mer sold $50 worth. The fair netted the church thing over $1.25. some* Wo Term for Grant County. An Aberdeen special of tlm 25th says: Judge Crofoot arrived in the city to-day. He will hold the first special term here to-morrow and .Sat urday. Terms announced for the new seventh judicial district are as follows: Webster, Day County, Nov. 12 IJritton, Marshall county, Nov. 20 Urookings, Nov. 27 liedlield, Spink county. Dec. 11, Judge Crofoot takes up his residence here next week. CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. —roil nKiiMi or nig election, Nov. «th. l&ss, on ,,S TO T11K VOTKES UK fiBAKT CWNTY herein announce mysell iw a 1 A tidal ^fficITor Register ot Deeds at the ami ask tiu* mij c. w. Deputy Register ot pet'd? The r..odtsof death'* approach various, and statistics show conclus ively that more persons d,ie Horn dis eases of the Throat and Lungs than any other. It is probable that eveiy one without exception, receives sast mini Iters of Tubercle Germs into AT The store will co are us we still have Jl U1 FOR CASH. Men's and Boy's Cap ly and secure some of the goods remain unsold on i system and where these germs tail upon suitable soil tl.ry start nilo li e and develop at first slowly, and is shown by slight tickling sensation ill the throat, and if allowed to continue their ravages they extend to the lungs producing Consumption, and to head, causing Catarrh. Now all is dangerous and if allowed to proceed will in time cause death. At the ou st allow tion .. your life. As soon as yor. feel that something is wrong wit your Throat, Lungs or Nostrils obtain a bottle of Boschee's German Syrup. It will give you immediate relief. at is dangerous and may lose you As a family medicine Ayer's Pills excell all others. They are suited to every age, and being sugar coated are easy to take. They are mild and pea sant in action and their use attended with no injurious results. ii :2 the this to s. Gloves and 3IitK Ladies' and Gent's l'mi» r wear, Ladies' Hoods and Ladies' cuiars AT COST Boy s and Mm9% Overcoats as published for the last four weeks on the same days, and for the same grade and show a difference in favor of Big Stone of from 1 to 9 cents per bushel on each day A Suits and at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Lamps and rockery Very Cheap. Xow is your time to buy! Cdi t.ar.. il^ se.e U'gains. The cheapest place in the country to get boots and shoes is at the store of Joseph Bom nmn, who deals exclusively in this line „f g00«ls. Call ,md see Ins goods and prices. 8et his Prices for Repairing. Half-soling Men's Boots and Mioes With ilrst quality of Second quality .soles for Ladies' and nnVs Shoes quality of Soles, Second quality, children's Shoes first quality second quality before.'" """"'"S •r0 cts. Cts. first '1" cts. cts. che ntinue open till after *]mioil will be offered at and Thursday, 8th N o'clock will then be offered at auction ing at and 7 o'clock euch day until the store A"you inust act with promptness |worship Mayor Hennctt, Mr. Justice Downi [lowing a cold to go without atten-j -V At the evening sales 1 am promised th- Post, frank lhoriidike and other eminent NOTE. We have more Threads, Linin than we expect to be able to sell to consumers them THE TRADE at 20 per cent, disco Jstone Citv, 26th October, Inns. We are running full force, and you as fine a grade of Flour and more of it than any mill in the the same quantity of wheat. Co:: us. We are ready with water FEED RUN IN CONNECTION us Iron, 35 cts. 30 cts than ever before purchasing w prices in everything. Bl .STONE CITV. 1). lq II Lli !i! |l Straight on Farms. No Bon •A-t the Real Estate Office of A. W. MO ^HARLBS BBTC® "Wapron anr] I Un.|er uwni chi unt. DAVID J. NOW THEN! WITH BIG STOKE CIII MEWING & POS CKXEIiAL l)i:.\l.i:i!- IN* Hardware, Paints, Oils, Pal HULL and UNIVERSAL UASOLIM We carry a full line of Farm Ma ei.-e whei HERE YOU ARE WHOLESALE & BETA1L DEALEK Hardware and Nails, Stoves, Tinware, Oils, Glass and Sleigh "Wood BIG STONE CITY, DAK- ALBERT WHIM01''"