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Turner County herald. (Hurley, Dakota [S.D.]) 1883-19??, September 20, 1883, Image 4

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DRY GOODS, QRUOEkitS, HATS, CAPS,
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Ss-K GLOVES, KITTENS, CROCKERY
AND QTJEEXSWABE,
In fact everything usually kept i» a first class country store.
low prices" and quick sales. Thankful for past
favors, by fair and square dealing I hope to
merit a continuance of tbe same,
Yours truly,
GUS GILBERT,
GO TO
KKATT AND SHELF HARDWARE, CARFENTEU'S TOOLS,
POCKKT AND TABLE CUTLERY, STOVES AND TINWARE,
PUMPS, WAGONS AND BUGGIES.
We sell goods CHEAP for CASH. Call and see us before you buy.
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BRICK, SALT AND
Blacksmith Coal.
Bobbins & Pratt,
PARKER.
CONKLIN BRO S,
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Shingles,
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Building Paper, Flour, &c.
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Doors,
C. Hoeflinger
Nels Christensen
S. Chariin
Robert Mortliof
Jud Pierce.
ILJ.Shelmadine
Win Robinson
Mary Newton
Delinquent^ Tax Sale.
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OWNER'S NAMK. DESCRIPTION,
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Dennis McCarty
L. J. Fox
Ira C. Horton
Joseph Montgomery hf swq
E. L. Diekeson
R. C. Anderson,
Jacob Wetleson.
A. S. Douglass
Cathrine Davis.
G'd Detour Plow Co
C. B. Valentine
Mary A.Newte®
E. G. Valentine
P. H. Turner
C. Baker
N. Bloilgett
J), Brewer
Dinah Schultz
John Putereaugh
J. B. Yonng
iluldah Southard
Lewis Clark
John Root
J. A. Robins
Isaac -Be/#
Anna J. Dwyer
R. J. Simerson
X. M. Cowles
J. Brodie
E. E. Carpenter
Ervin
Ilenry Mills
James Branberry
Matilda A. Sage
C. II. Withee
Franz Van Gerpen
Harm Crsnier
Antony Denoma
R.J. Feenstra
A. S. Douglass
R. M. Smith
A. B. Smith
R. P. Wii.iams
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•James Williamson
J. D. Wormwood
Win Harness
Rhoda Ringley
M. A. & J.Dahman
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Gerhard Strumph
Perry Trail
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David Ililtpn
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Andrew Dirks
Dedrick Newfield
Francis Leahey
Andrea Merigan
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Walter Cheney
John Brazell
Henry Mills
John'Hargrove
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Joseph Smith
Ham Sneiderman
A. B. Sage
W. II. Sanborn
W. II. Harris
C. Bancroft
S. Hyman
John Shepardsou
T. B. Costain
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O. I). Howard
J. II. ShurtleJT
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M. J. SluirtlelT
J. J. Mclntyre
L. Gilbert
A. G. Nt'wby.
J. J. Cutter
Geo. Gardner
A. AV. Hiustings
E.J. Mclntyre
0. Stanford
Christian Graber
Alex Ilanner
Jens Christen
John A.Smith
F. Mack
Henry asm an
J. W. Belcher
T. W. Gage
Martin Iluntley
Silas Wakefield
J. 3,1. AVay
II. A. Cook
R. P. Willinms
S. H. Ilolsev
Jakob Schrag
Stephen Sweet
'Blinds,
Cedar Fence Posts,
Ida A. Bovee
Rosa L. Carter
C. II. Deslisle
E. M. Winslow
Wm Andrews
W. N. Langnecker
Thomas Stratten
Mathias Kinnon.
Henry Prior
L. C. Winslow
W. A, Hopkins
J.B.Fox
S. A. Ilenton
Ketty Johnson
Robert A. West
Cornelius Derkaen
Cornelius Gunther
JerPashta
Wm Hibbert
John De Buhr
W. II. Sanborn ..
Dakota.
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OFFICEOR COUNTY TREASUUKU OF TUIINER, 0. T. SKPT. 1,1883.
I, J. B. Beebe, treasurer of Turner County, Dakota Territory, do
hereby certify that thp annexed list of real property has become
delinquent bv reason non-payment of taxes for the year A. D.
1882, and will le gokl,-with the penalty ami interest, advertising
and all other costs accruing thereon, as provided by statute, to
gether with costs of sale, commencing on the first Monday of Octo
ber next, being the first day of October, A. D. 1883, between the
hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. in., continuing until all
have been offered for sale, at my office in the town of Swan Lake,
County of Turner and Territory of Dakota.
Witness my hand this first dav of September A. D. 1883.
J. B. BEEBE,
Treasurer of Turner County.
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OWNER'S NAME ItescnirpTiON
Lafayette Franklin
Ira Ferguson
W. II. Stuver
Stephen Miller
Thomas Rice
John H. Buller
Helena Burtel
J. M. Way
JohnLawler
Spcrry
J. K. Kendall
Slias Phillips
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bonis addition)
Shurtlefl& Hibbert
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11. H. Vernon
Karen Sliager
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Andrew Pankratz
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O N E
TO LOAN.
CITIZENS BANK at Tarkcr, D.T., lias made
arrangements with eastern parties where
by they can loan
On Improved Farms,
at low rates, paying money over when papers
arc made and mortgiigc oxecutcd
Call on or address them at
Parker. D.
CITY
Meat Market,
CORNELIUS DWYER.
Proprietor.
Hurley, Dakota.
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Ketchum & Spitzer,
CONTRACTORS
& BUILDERS.
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Center Avenue, between Washington
and Monroe streets,
HURLEY, DAKOTA.
K. J. .IKNKS. C. n. llAIlItlOAl,.
JENKSI & HARRIGAL,
Contractors
and Builders.
011
applica­
tion.
Shop 011 Center avenue, between Washington &
Monroe streets.
HURLEY,. DAKOTA.
H. G. CLARK & CO.,
Watchmakers,
Jewelers & Opticians.
Ilair Jewelry Made to Order.
YAXKTON, DAKOTA.
THE BEST
Place in the A Vest to buy
N I E
UPHOLSTERY", MIRRORS,
MATTRESSES
and UNDERTAKER'S GOODS,
is OF
J. R. SANBORN & SON,
Wholesale and Betail Dealers,
YANKTON. DAKOl A
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Published Every Thursday.
HURLEY, DAKOTA, SEPT. 20, 1883.
The constitutional
journed AVednesday.
Wonder if Jumbo and the rest of the
thieves have read the thirty-seventh
Psalm since the decision in the quo
warranto case.
The tracklayers on the Northern Pa
cific railroad met, and laid the last rail
at Independence Creek, fifty miles west
of Helena, Montana.
We learn from the Eden Times that
E. E. Carpenter, of Santa Fe scrip
fame, has gone to St. Louis to urge an
immediate hearing of his c.iae.
Under the proposed statii apportion
ment, Turner county constitutes the
seventh district and is entitled to one
senator and two representatives.
The editors of the Yankton Press and
of the Sioux Falls Press testify that
Ordway tried to corrupt them and in
duce them to join with him in forming
a ring to run the politics and finances
of the territory.
Two capital decisions in one week—
from the Sioux Falls convention and
from the district court—have set Yank
ton real estate to advanciug in a man
ner that astonishes the oldest settler.
The people of Bismarck might use
the corner stone" for a pedestal on
which to place a statue of Jumbo—
and if the stone is large enough he might
be made the central figure of a group of
ten.
Judge Edgcrton's decision in the quo
warranto case brought by the people
against the fraudulent capital commis
sion was promulgated at Yankton, the
CAPITAL OF DAKOTA, last Satur
day. After the legal preliminaries and
form, rhe order closes as follows:
It Is therefore 011 motion of said district attor
ney and said attorneys for the plaintiff ordered
and adjudued that said defendants and each of
them be and they are hereby forever ousted and
excluded from said ofilee of commissioner, men
tioned in said act 111 the complaint described
and from all franchises and privileges named,
enumerated, or included therein. And that the
plalntitl have and recover of the defendants the
sum of dollars, costs allowed and
taxed herein.
The next move will probably be to
take the case th the supreme court of
Dakota, where the affirmation of two
judges will sustain the decision of Judge
Edgerton. It is to be hoped that the
indictments now standing against some
of the members of the late legislature
in connection with this affair will be
prosecuted. Let no guilty man es
cape."
The Dakota Huronite, of the 13t,h, un
der the caption of "An Important
Event," says: "Few people realize the
importance of the opening of the new
southeastern lino which occurred on
Monday last. It means not only anew
line to Chicago and the almost certain
avoidance of snow blockades in the
winter, but the opening of a large tract
of country which can with a little ef
fort bo made tributary to Huron to a
great extent. Twelve new towns—
Vilas. Esmond, Carthage, Canova Cani
stota, Salem, Parker, Hurley, Center
ville, Beresford, Alcester and Ilawar
den—are all brought within a few
hour's ride. Goods can be ordered by
mail one day, writh ample time to re
turn them by freight. the next. With
only one or two exceptions, these towns
are all new and have, as yet, formed no
business connections. Now is the time
for our people to form their acquain
tance and secure their patroniige. The
line also has connections with the coal
fields of Iowa, a fact which our coal
dealers should not be slow in recogni'
zing and giving us an early benefit.
This line not onlv gives us the opportu
nity to reach a large section of territo
ry, but it enables anew tide of emigra
tion to reach us. A great portion of
the emigrants who have settled along
the line of the C., M. St. P. south would
have at least visited this section, had it
not required a tedious stage ride to
reach us. The rail route to Sioux Falls,
Yankton, and other points in the south
ern portion of the territory, has been
shortened several hundred miles. Had
this line of road been secured by great
effort, there would have been great
demonstrations at its opening but it
has come to us so quietly that wo fail
to realize its great importance."
Press and Dakotaian: Bismarck's
capitol building, over which so much
noise has been made, is moreof a news
paper structure than a reality. Parties
direct from the scene of operations
state that the corner stone is about all
there is of the building and that since
the conclusion of the vain-glorious cer&
monies attendant upon giving it a rest
ing place no work has been done upon
the alleged edifice. It is said that three
hundred dollars wonld pay the con
struction expenses thus far incurred.
Yet the newspapers of Bismarck assert
that five hundred men are employed
night and day on the superstructure of
the building, that an electric light is
to be furnished to aid the night gang in
their labors, and much other similar
nonsense. There is, according to the
account of our Informant, just enough
of the foundation laid to hold up the
corner stone and just enough all togeth
er to make a fitting monument to the
fraud, corruption and misrepresenta
tion of a speculative ring which has
been dissolved by the edict of the court.
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Turner County Herald.
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convention ad-
"WiU the people of Yankton receive
the fatted calf with outstretched arms?
The proposition to submit a prohi
bition clause, to be voted upon at the
polls next November was defeated by a
vote? of sixty-four to thirty-seven.
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Hurley
Sidewalk Not .Completed!
•'WALES
STILL AT LARGE!
And Can be Found at
The Same Old Pla-ce,
—PEALING OVT—
Dry Goods,
CLOTHING,
HARDWARE.
TRADE DOLLARS TAKEN AT PAR.
R. H. WALES,
Parker, D. T.
Martin & Anderson,
IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS
STEAM FITTINGS, PIPE WORK,
STEAM ENGINES AND CANE MILLS
Farm Machinery Repaired.
paid
jyCash paid for old iron
Walnut Street, Between First and Second Streets.
Yankton, Dakota.
Dudley & Iticliey,
Yankton, D. T.,
-DEALERS IN—
Builder's Hardware, Coal and Wood
Stoves, Hay Stoves,
Tinware, Glidden Barb Wire,
Wood and Iron Pumps,
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Groceries,
G-asoline, and Oil Stovea
Creamery Cans and all Dairy Goods.
Iron conducting pipe and
Artesian well tubing
Rowland Rees,
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Nails, Tinware,
Barbed wire, Shovels,
Spades, Hoes, Forks, &c.
Builder9s HL ardware.
Heavy and Shelf Hardware.
Hurley, Dakota
THE
Pioneer Drug Store,
Hurley, Dak.
Keeps always on hand a full line ot
Pure Drugs, Paints,
Oils, Varnish.es,
JBooks and. Stationer v.
Window Glass and Putty.
Also a full line of
Fruits in their Season.
Prescriptions Compounded with the Great
est of care.
A Full Line of
FANCY TOBACCOS AND CIGARS.
Agency of one of the best INSURANCE COMPANIES in the world—Th
PIICENIX, of Hartford.
E. Brauch, Proprietor and Manager.
Livery, Feed & .Sale. Stable,
SWAN BRO'S, Prop's.
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Good Rigs at Reasonable Rates.
Teams with or without drivers furnishfld on short notice. Horses boarded bj
the day or week. Farmers will find this a good place to
leave their teams.
Dakota

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