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"s. rs SH c»' fe' Jt 1 ^*\r^.".~ i-iVi =»rij?INW VOLUME 1. [Turner County Herald. RU BUSHED BY W. C. BROWN. TKRMS $1,50 PEH YKAII, In Advarcc. GENERAL DIRECTORY. CJ. 8. 0KF1CE1LS. Governor N. O Secretary.... Chief Justice .fudge Fourth Judicial Marshal Harrison Alton rroHeculInu Attorney Hugh J. Camnbell Assistant Prosecuting Attorney..S. Palmer Surveyor general Cortez Fessmiden Collector Internal Kcvenne J. L. Pennintfon Register I*and Oftlcc, Yankton G. A. Wetter Receiver Chandler TKIlHlTOniAL OKFirF.nK. DclegaUi lu Congress .Treasurer Auditor Attorney General Bupt Public Instruction llKtater of Deeds.... Treasurer Sheriff Judge of 1'robatc Assessor Superintendent of Schools., "oroner.. Surveyor •lerk of Court. C. M. Pier J. B. Bebee I. ll.Nowbv o. C. Stuart .1, .1. timber L, N. AUt:rty A. h. lVterman los. Allen Vale 1'. Thielman CHL'ltCIT IHHIXTOUV. CATHOLIC CIIUKCII—Near Swan Lake. Rev. George Slicehan. pastor. Services on the sec ond Sunday of each month, commencing at 10::w a. in. Catechism immediately after mass. GKACF. CHURCH—Corner Park Boulevard and Dakota street. Rev. M. S. Robinson, mission ary In charge. Services at 11 a. m. BAITIHT CHURCH—Rev. D. B. Mead, pastor. Services in school house every Sunday at. 11 a. in. Sunday school at 12 in. Prayer meeting every Thursday evenlngat 8 p. m. Young peo ple's prayer meeting Sunday evening at 8 p. in. E. CHURCH—Swan Lake—Rev. "Win. Gray, wstor. Services every two weeks, at 11 a. in. Jundny school at 12 m. R^KRITYTKSUAX CHURCH—Swan Lake—Rev. J. B. Currcns, pastor. Services every two weeks at a. in. Sunday school at in. CaucuH Notice. VTOTICE Is hereby given that a caucus will be Ai held at the usual voting places of.Sju iug Valley, hildstown and Marlon Junction on Oct. Kid, at 2 o'clock i. m., for the purpose of electing delegates to a district convention to be held at Chlfustown Saturday, Oct. 27, 1883, for the pur pose of nominating one commissioner tor the third district of Turner county. Marion Junc tion to be entitled to 6 delegates. Spring Valley to 4 delegates and Childstown to 4 delegates. For the Committee, T. B. UCHANAN. T.OCAT, MENTIOX. Who are Kahn & Co Now is the time to subscribe. Heatingstoves at Itees' from 88.00 np Door and window screens at Conklin Bros. Stock for sale—inqnireof George J. Deyo. A few choice residence lots for sale by It. Rees. When you sell your crops don't for get the printer. Competition took ilax up to SI.12 at Scotland, recently. There is quite a call for hard coal and none to be had. Mr. W. It. Waldo and Miss Delia ./ Hoard were married at Lennox, .Sunday evening, October 7th. Wanted Correspondents in every portion of the county. Fresh bottled beer of the best quality always in stock at .Terry's. The Bjonze medal Acorn cook stoves at way down prices at Bees'. A post of the G. A. It. was organized at Centerville on the 6th inst. Jacob Riemann drove the first load of grain into the Hurley elevator, October Oth. /. Before the cyclone strikes you get a tornado policy of W. II. Conklin, Hur ley, D.T. Col. C. M.l'ier says "the hard coal surface burners take the cake." Rees sells them. Every family should take at least one county paper—and that one should be the Herald. A gentleman from Sioux Falls pur chased a SuO.OO coal stove of Vinton & Lovin this week. G. II. Montgomery will take farm produce at market price in exchange for boots and shoes. Perfect satisfaction is expressed by all who have had work done at Frank Miller's harness shop. If the alitor of the Marion Sentinel will come to Hurley we will tell hint about that "midnight train." Jos. Smith has been wrestling with rheumatism during the past week, and Joe was down part of the ime. The plasterers are at woek in the of the new hotel, and work on the main part of the building is being pushed. Call and see that fine line of pape teries at the Pioneer drug store, the finest ever brought to Turner county. Dr. Martin, in speaking of his potato crop, mado the reckless remark that he had tubers as large as ye editor's foot. Remember that you can get the best .pump manufactured of Vinton & Lovin *or a very small sum, and warranted to work. There are one hundred and four pa tients in the asylum at Yankton females and seventy males. KZ4thirty-fourinsane tiei Chris. Frederickson will soon coin /nience the erection of a store building 1/ on Center avenue, near Washington street. After you read this paper send it to some eastern friend it may be the means of directing his footsteps to Tur ner county. Frank Miller has a fine assortment of lap-robes, blankets, etc.. "and if you pur chase before inspecting his stock you •will have cause to regret it. In answer to a correspondent, we will say, there is a coal yard in Hurley, even if the advertising columns of the Iler aid make no mention of the fact." The ladies of Grace church will give a dime sociable at the residence of Mrs. 11 M. S. Robinson on Weddesday evening, the 24th inst. All are cordially invi ted. "Who are Kahn & Co, Cranberries, applet) and sweet pota toes at Urauch's. The 8. M. of M. appears to have his hands full at present. The coal Acorn cook staves can be bought of Rees at prices that defy com petition. I will loan you money at low interest and no commission. C. Frederickson, Hurley, 1). T. N. o.Orchmy J"**® Aieuioaist conierenco recentij yjj* IViZrUm^J I. B. Raymond W.ll MrVay Ueo. Ordway .Alexander Hujflicsl ...W. II. II. Beadle1'ley. COUNTY OFFICERS. The Methodist conference recently el(*ilt 5*uron»located th judicial District.'. ..V.J.*i'. KUidcH way and one at Mitchell. Mr. Frederickson has purchased Mr. Thorp's interest in the herd. For fur ther particulars, read his ad. in this paper. Fifty thousand dollars to loan on un proved farms in Turner county (no commision) by Citizens Bank, Parker Dakota. St. Patrick's Pills always produce a pleasant cathartic effect. They cleanse the system and regulate the liver and bowels. Sold by E. Branch. Montgomery will sell boots and shoes at cost for the next thirty days. lie Our mumps have kept us from run ning down much local news this week, though we might be supposed to pos sess "check" enough to manufacture a supply. The weather has been quite wet and disagreeable a portion of the week, but the effect it will have on cisterns and water barrels will compensate for the unpleasantness. Uishop Hare's jurisdiction has been changed so as to include all that por tion of Dakota south of the seventh standard parallel. A missionary bishop is to bo appointed for north Dakota. Vermillion Republican: NickFasly, formerly a resident of Turner county, returned from the Pacific coast Tues day night. A two years stay there con vinced him that Dakota is not so bad a country after all. While Messrs. Sanborn and Okken were working on a scaffold at the resi lience of the latter, the supports slipped :ind precipitated them to the ground, knocking off several small patches of skin, but doing tfo serious damage. v:: Rev. I. _. Pardee, of Sioux City, has been appointed by the nual Conference ot church, superintendent of the Dakota mission. The Sioux City papers speak in the highest terms of Mr. Pardee. ''r \*. .^)jp£F«9 The house on Washington street for-/ Allen lot, corner ot Dakota and Moil- If roe streets, where it will be occupied by Mr. Allen until his new house is completed. Mr. Geo. Reeken left at the Herald 'ollicc Saturday night a hall-bushel of as fine potatoes as can be raised any where. These tubers were grown in the section visited by the severe hail storm in Julv, and the tops were com pletely destroyed after they were in bloom. town, it will cost you nothing to look and very little to buy. Vinton & Lovin. Every bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy used is the best advertisement it can have. Try it, and then tell your friends what a splendid medicine it is. Hundreds of persons have assured us thai they owe their present existence to the use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by E. Ilraiich. Press anil Dakotaian, 15th: Work is progressing rapidly on the. west wing of the insane asylum. The foundation of this wing contains sixty-seven ear loads of Sioux Falls stone The walls1 will contain 1,3U0,000 brick, of which .100,000 are already laid, leaving 400,000 to lie put in place. These are being laid at the rate of 20,000 per day. The building will be completed in live or six weeks. AVhy do yon draw water with a rope when you can leave your order with Vinton & Lovin and ?et a pump put in your well cheaper than you can buy at any other store in the county. They can suit you on prices and quality. They have chain pumps of their ow manufacture force pumps.drive pumps, deep well pumps, cistern pumps—in fact any kind of a pump you could ask for at prices from i?2.7o to $20. 4 .'i college at Ord- Professor Uurr makes the long eve nings seem short by feeling for bumps in regular phrenological fashion. G. II. Montgomery has opened up the largest and best stock of boots, shoes and rubber goods in Turner county. The Herald stated last week that Airs. W. II. Carr was visiting in llur The local reporter was mistaken. IT. 15. Vinton and family have taken possession of their new quarters over the hardware store of Vinton & Lovin. "Who are Kahn &Co? Incorporation. At yesterday's election a very light vote was cast some staying away from the polls on account of the inclemen cy of the weather, some because they didn't care how it went and others be cause they were satisfied that the result would notbechangcd by their presence. The vote stood: For Incorporation 22 Agulnst Incorporation Majority for incorporation 17 DIEI). At Hurley, D. T„ Sunday, Octobi'r Htlr, ISS3 of inflammation of till- bowels, afti all Illness of but a few tlays duration, 0. .1. Talbott agetl 21 years ami four months. The deceased had been a resident of Dakota but a few months, coming here from Xevada, Iowa, where his parents now reside. The aide manner in which he conducted the business of Queal & Co., spoke well for his business ability, and the numerous friends he had made in this community was a true indicator of the rare social qualities which he possessed. JIc was a young man of ir reproachable habits and was respected by all who knew him. When his case seemed growing serious his mother was telegraphed for, and was at his bedside to minister to his last earthly wants. The body \v us taken to his Iowa home Monday, accompanied by his heart broken mother and Mr. French, gener al agent for the firm which he had rep resented here.' But Ills worldly wt/rk is ended His life's bright course is run Yonder he'll gather the l'ruits "Which a well-turned life has won! 1 also has gloves, mittens, furnishing goods, etc., at reduced prices. I Seven Years ago only ten Methodist ministers were appointed for all of Da kota. This fall in the neighborhood of one hundred and twenty-live will be ap pointed. PKICSONAI,. John A. Hasmusen, of Daueville, is in town to-day. Will. E. Brown, nephew of Jus. Stout, and C. K. Stehl, of Washburn, Grant Co., Wis., are visiting in Hurley. Messrs. J. L. Norris and Hans Chris tiansen, of Spring Valley, were wel come callers at the Herald ollicc to-day. Sam Patrick was in town Saturday and took the afternoon train Iowaward. We hope Sam will soon make a move toward breaking up that nest of bache lors in Spring Valley. The finest stock of hand and hanging lamps ever brought to Turner county at the Pioneer drug store. Young man, buy one and the next time you go to see her take it with you, and furnish your own light. The old man will not object to your sitting up late if you will help to bear the expenses. Who are Kahn &Co? Item* from Spring Valley mul Vicinity. OcTOllliK 10, 1888. Help is scarce. Everybody in the Valley is busy. Ole can find that loose screw at the Hurley elevator. /1-r=ink 'Andr Yo liimsi merly occupied by II. B. inton, has „, .: /Ed. Andrews has gc been moved to the southern! of Jos.l/ i*y v, Another version of that good old sto ry, runs as follows: Old Mother lluli bard went to the cupboard to get her bad boy a bone but when she got there the board was bare, so she made her daughter a gown. The gown hhd no sash on, 'twas made in queer fashion, and loose from lier shoulders it hung it was made of pure white, to lie worn in the night, and then on the nail to be hung. But in these days so gay, sir, the night's turned to day, sir and you needn't be scared if you meet this gay Hubbard gown in most any town, promenading right out in the street. Now, if we had a daughter who wonldn't dress as she ought"r, and this fool thing tried to do, you bet that we'd belt" her till she went helter-skelter, and put away that gown p. d. q. _•« *r V. f\\ Lane is now running with the Irew threshing machine. Your correspondent will have to sign himself Onceinagreatwhile." thrashed tea acres of nt over sixty bushels to the acre. 3 Northwest An- jjo^ert. Patrick the Methodist 'o:l(s which went th Mr. Toney Dedrick has lost two horses ately, which makes three for him this summer. got him a buggy, enough to haul a school-marm in. /a I/" a daisv. inst large ei Mr. Ed. Rundell's smiling counte nance is occasionally seen in the Valley with that fast trotter of his. Mr. A. W. Bacon marketed his grain this year at the future county seat, lie thinks it economy to haul to Hurley, and economy is wealth." Mr. Frank Shenkel has moved up to Parker, where he intends to spend the winter his family will follow as soon as he has prepared a place for them. Our new line of heaters will be here in a day or so, and then look a leetle out," for down they come, and they will be sold at prices that can not be. beat. Lake. 1 le is pulling through all right Don't fail to call and see them when in and will soon be around again as usual. Jos. Andrews has been sick and un der the care of Dr. McGrail of Swan Mr. Tom Fowler is able to be around again alter meeting with a rather seri accident while loading hay. The fork lipped out .of the hands ol' the loader and penetrated through his foot. We wish to correct a mistake (your devil made) in our last batch of items, in regard to the size of Mr. Oliver's house not 10x18 but )8.\2t with ten foot posts. The building is progressing finely. Miss Fessendcii and -Miss Seen tor, sis ter and niece of Mr. Fesseiiden, from Iaine, are out on a visit, and they are well pleased with their relatives and the society in the Valley that they have concluded to upend a greater part of the winter. Xow that each district has the privi lege of electing tlieirown commissioner let us name one candidate we know of no man that would give better satisfac tion than Lime Xorris, as he is a trusts worthy and reliable man, and one who can be depended upon. Woodward, iroia tira.ii, oimiy' •onsin, is out looking after the in terests of his farm which he purchased of Mr. Allen last spring, lie will en-j large the dwelling house, build sheds, and fix up in general for his family. who are coming out early in the spring. Mr. Wi I'II 'seonsi ... 'forests o: ONCEINAWIIII.E. Vinton •& Lovin are doing a rushing business in the stove line. Not only are they scattering them broadcast all over Turner county, but the quality of these goods and their cheapness, are attracting tnule from the adjoining counties, and orders are being received to supply buildings for the county. Money to Loan. We will take applieatioas for loans on improved farms, and furnish moi'ey in less than ono week from date of ap plication, at 10 per cent, interest, no commission. C. M. PIER, J. M. Hooan, Swan Luke, D. T. HURLEY, DAKOTA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1883. CONFIDENTIAL! TO MARRIED TKOri-E ONT.YF You will find it to your advantage when in need of furniture to insect our large stock of entirely new goods. PUTNAM & SON, Centerville, Dak. JERRY MURPHY'S STORE. SWAN I. A KB, DAKOTA. Our Fall and Winter stock is now open for inspection and consists of the following kinds: Bleached and unbicaclted muslin. Linens and crash. Towels and napkins. Black and colored dress goods, Silks and satin*. Calicoes and ginghams. Cloaks, shaw ls, suits and dolmans. Ladies' and gent's underwear. Hosiery and gloves. Gent's furnishing goods. Carpets and oil-cloths. Comforters utul blankets. Boots and shoes. Groceries. C}otliing, etc., etc., etc. Throngs ot' people duilv visit our store. The following figures will explain why there is such, a rush to Jerry's. Jerry sells (i lb of good tea. iu s's-quart tin pail, for $1.00. li tt» extra siiA,ar$/.oo. JO,000 yards of ealieo, ft cts yard. •T boxes of Badger matches for $/.oo. Smoking tobacco—all ot the choicest brands— 30 cts per tt. Lorilard's plug chewing, r»o cts per pound. A line uncolored .lapan tea, iu cents per lb. Boots and shes, 3i.oo a pair and upwards. A good warm comfortable suit of clothes for $4.00 and upwards. Overcoats, $ft.oo to $20.00. l'rotluee taken in exchange for goods at the following rates: Butter—Ws cts per pound. Kggs—i4 cts per dozen. Onions—75 cts per bushel. "Wheat—h0 cts per Oats—cts per Potatoes—it) cts per I am now enlarging my store to make room for my fall and winter stock. I Drop in JUS you go by, and see my goods ahd prices, it will cost you nothing to do so, and if I cannot show you as good bargains as can be found anywhere in Turner county, don't buy. A Matter for Serious Thought. Sioux Falls Leader. The Yankton Herald's opposition to the new constitution has materialized, as was to be expected, in a very forcible and effective fashion. The Leader was satisfied that the immolation of Maris Taylor by Hugh Campbell and Joseph Ward would bring forth fruit meet for repentance, and the fruit is now ripe and has a bitter taste. The Herald bases its opposition thusfar 011 the pro vision for the taxation of railroads upon the basis of gross earnings instead of cash valuation, and quotes the Leader's report of the proceedings to show the part taken therein bv President Tripp. So far as the published report is con cerned, it is eminently correct, its only fault beingthat there weredetails which were not included. Mr. Tripp did va cate the chair for the purpose of making a speech in favor of the "gross earn ings system of taxation of railroads, lie spoke also as an avowed railroad attorney, and seemed to have nothing to conceal. His speech was one of the ablest and most earnest of the conven tion, and was well calculated to pro duce the effect intended. The speech by Tripp was what decided the conven tion to adopt the measure. If there was an attorney's fee contingent, then I'he Leader can testily that Tripp earned the fee. It was no doubt one of 3ust pie will as certainly think seriously be fore they vote on a plank of so great importance. 'There are many things in connection with the new constitution that are to be patiently anil candidly examined, anil the time in which such examination is to be made is so short as to work detriment to the organic law which was so hastily framed, and which is now about to be thrust upon the people oil a plan which implies the. opening of one's mouth and the shut ting of one's eyes. Iti'port of the Hurley School i88a. FOR '1*111C MONTH liXDI.VO OCT. 5, Xumber of pupils enrolled- -lit. Average daily attendance—23.8. Largest daily attendance—30. Smalleet daily attendance- 10. Per cent of attendance—Vo-^. Names of pupils not tardy—Elmer Rees, Irving Thompson, Fred Xear, Eugene .ludson, Earl Skinner, Lillie Prcscott, Ella Moran. Teacher. l*p She Rise*. The Perry Stove Company,the largest incorporated stove company in the Uni ted States, the Hathbone not excepted. AV( do not handle the acorn stove but just size it up with the Argand or Cen tury and we will leave you to judge. YIOTON & LOVIN. IUj'HLEY MARKETS. Corrected every Thursday morning liy .Inmes. T. Ilouiiii. October 18,1883. Wheat—No. 1 S X'o. 2 (55©TO Flax 1.05 Barley, Xo. 1 (50 No. 2 5) No. 3 2o@30 Rye *. 35@38 Oats 15@18 Corn 250:30 Butter 10@:15 Eggs 17 Hides, green 5 Onions 75 Potatoes 20 T^"5^ i-*^ For tin' Tumor County Herald. A CALI, TO OUK COUNTltY MKN. BY n. 11. Oh I men of our country arouse! The tcmperance cause espouse. Come forward! come forward! And Join In the fray We'll stand ly the righteous cause, And the Lord's blessing pray. Oh! think of the mothers and wives. Of their saddened and blighted lives When the demon Intcmperancc O'erslmdows their home When they think of their loved ones, And the judgment to come. No drunkard shall Inherit the kingdom How often they think of these words. Touch not tlte cup when the wine sparkles bright, 'Tis like the adder's deadly sting, Or like a poisonous serpent's bite. To all we say beware! beware! The temperance cause Is right We will still battle iln, And work with our might 'Till the prize Is won. Then do not fall or [alter, Hut press with vigor on. Who Clothed llie Ittimscller's Daughter? Little Kose Smith came running into her father's saloon one morning, calling out eagerly: "Xow, papa, I'm ready to go shopping." "Well, daughter," replied he, "I'm ready, too, when 1 put on my gloves and fur-collar." This was quickly done, and they passed into the street. The first person they met was old Sam Hartley, shabby and ragged, while ill Mr. Smith's pocket-book was a live dollar bill Sam had paid him the day previous for whisky, and when itose selected a pair of dainty, beautiful shoes, old Sam's live dollars just paid for them. Thou the father and daughter, warm ly-dressed and cheerful-hearted, crossed over to a dry-goods store pale, seared looking Will Simmons was just passing, bare-footed, as they entered the store there, a two-dollar bill, that- Will's father had given for ruin, was ex changed by Miss Kose lol a handsome Next, the lively Hose, all anii.'tation and delight at the thoughts of the pret ty clothing she was buying, chose a warm mantle of snowy fur and a muff to match. Some of the money for which Julius litirger mortgaged his house and lot was given for the furs. The liurger children did not have enough to eat every day. Little did Hose think it was because their father had paid for her wrappings. Alter buying the furs Mr. Smith and his daughter went into the street again and walked to the milliner shop. Mrs. Feathers was smiling and chatty, and fitted the young girl with a handsome hat. trimmed with a scarlet wing just the shade of her new merino. ilrs. Feathers did not know that the bill she received for it was the identi cal one her Charlie had taken from the drawer yesterday to pay his wine and cigar bills, while she had sent away .Mary 13rown as the suspected thief, be cause she was that dwmken Brown's daughter and must have stolen it." Kose Smith looked charmingly when she came a few days after to the Sun day-school, 1 nit somehow, as she llitted up the aisle, the scarlet merino seemed t1"-'ll,u'of U"'1,1,10,1 Mr. Tripp's ablest efforts. Xow, as to lake's golden curls were dabbled, when the merit of the Herald's opposition on s'11' in Wiis this score, there will undoubtedly be who went mad with delirium tremens, two opinions. This paper is not today because he was oneot Smiths best cus prepared to indicate what it thinks toniers. about it. The question involves more I couldn't help thinking how much thought and investigation than can 'ltT H'ay apparel cost ol the. many well lie condensed in a half-hour during hearts that must ache and break, that which the printers are waiting for copy, one man and his iamily might roll in 'The Her,-iid's opposition is certainly splendor. JIofnui awl Jhiy oj Jiv able and well considered, and the peo- tjorin. ft* rv-ti •,asiL' '°und murdered iij hei lathei, Kxiwiihlvt' Justice. Sioux Fails Aruns. The constitution manufactured by the Sioux Falls convention has been before the readers of the Argus for a couple of weeks and we suppose they have given it such attention :is it de serves. There is one. subject, however, that should be carefully considered by the people of south Dakota before the election at which the constitution will be submitted, this is the matter of the expense of the proposed state govern ment. Tlr.-number of judges provided for, furnishes additional evidence of the motive which actuated th -^"'sion boomers, viz: the spoils of ollice. Under the present judicial system the I entire business of south Dakota is done by three judges both us to district and supreme court matters. Under tliesys tem its proposed in the new constitu- 1 Names of pupils not absent—Albert Stout, Ella Wood. MAIUA WATSON, tion there will be three supreme court judges anil live district judges. One would suppose that eight judges for the I business that is now done by three would be sulllcient, but, the eonstitu tion Cramers provided for a county judge in each county in addition to the foregoing, all of whom are to be paid salaries. As no man capable and hon est enough to fill these ofliees could be procured for a salary of less than from fifteen hundred to two thousand dollars ayear.it will be seen at a glance that the judicial salaries under the proposed 1 constitution will be not less than one hundred thousand dollars a year. All of this expensive machinery is provided to take the place of what now costs the people of Dakota not a cent. Of course, statehood under any cirumstanccs will entail largely increased taxation, but in view of the fact that so many of the ppople of south Dakota live in sod houses, would it not lie best to vote down this terribly expensive oflice seekers constitution and wait until a legal constitutional convention can be called whose object will be to look after the interest of the tax-payer rather than those of tax-eaters'/ Who are Kahn & Co? 1 \,t- vV 7 1 7 lt xxx batts. 2U W S A E N TVniSotl for *1.00 Cnsli. !t good preserving sugar. S good green eolfce. Pi lb good roasted codec. 20 yards good print. 1 yaids dress goods. 20 yards di^s goods. A good pair of overalls for CO cts. A cheap suit ot clothes, A good suit of clotlies, $4.00. An extra good suit of clothes, 87.00. Axle grease in palls and boxes. Above prices hold good until we mOTe to our new store. Overcoats, Clloves and mitls, Winter caps, bullalo coats and robes, flannel shirts, la dies' and gent's underwear, ladies' and misses' hoods and cloaks, and a nice assortment of dry goods ami no tions will soon arrive, and be sold cheap at the l'ioneer Trading I'ost, at HritLEV. IX I'KUSOXS are hereby warned not to pur chase a certain note signed by mc for dated October 17. Issr:. given to parties unknown to nie, as said note was obtained by fraud and I wlli not pav the same. Dated Oct. 1«, is*). M. M.vnsox. Notice. A I. I. I'KUSOXS are hereby warned not to pur chase two curtain notes for eighty-live ilol- t~, pair of scarlet and black hose. Next each) dated October 17th, l«K, given to par: they selected a line, scarlet merino dress, while just opposite them Mrs. Tom Brown was buying some liiiusy calico for her little Julia. Mrs. Brown paid for her goods, money she had earned by washing. Mr. Smith paid for his daughter's dress with money Tom Hrown gave him in exchange for brandy. (.is.-,.) each, signed by the unccrsigned lone vs unknown to us, as the same were procured I fraud, and we will not pay the same. ANMI KW' JoiiNsiiN. Dated Oct. 18,1S8X li. liittKSKN. Taken lTp. BVship Tim imlTslg»''»l, living iu section 8, town i»7, range fl, on Monday evening, Oct. Itfth, one pony team—a grey and a dun—attached to a single top luiggv. The owner is requested to prove properiv, pay charges and take the same, awav JlANSCHHISriANSKN. Dated Oct. 18, \h&\. O N E TO LOAN. C1TIZKNS HANK at Parker, 1). T., lias made arrangements with eastern partk-» where by they can loau On Improved Farms, at low rates, paying money over when papers are made and mortgage cxeeuted Call on or address them at Parker, D. R. E. BUCHANAN, Physician and Surgeon. PARKER, D. T. All calls promptly attended to. Oftice (ius Gilbert's store. Hurley Sample Rooms, JERRY MANNING. Proprietor. A Select Slock of wk.KM, W1USKYS, nritLEY, MAI/r I.1QUOUK, ANT) CH1ARS Constantly on hand. T. II. BEST'S Milwaukee Beer on Draught. CITY Meat Market, CORNELIUS Hurley, DWYER. 4 Swan Lake, Proprietor. T( vi jopll ()1 (1 &!»' Dakota. PRIVATE SALE. I will sell nt my residence lienr 1IU11LKY tlic followini described property: cows. 2 heifers, colts. 2 calves, work-horse 8 sows, 5 pigs each. 20 tons of good hay. oods—3 bedsteads, 8 chairs, 2 tables, 2 stoves, and some farming utensils. Also a large quantity of garden vege tables. All of which I will sell E A O A S wltliln tlic next 30 days. T. H. JUDSON. Hurley, I. T„ Sopt. w, 1K83. .if t: -rn GEO. H. MONTGOMERY Has just opened in his store on "W^asliiiio-toia Sti*eet A Large and Well-assorted Stoek of Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Rubber Goods, Ktc., Etc., Which he offers at Prices Never Before Equaled in this Section. CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. TO STOCK BUYERS! Having purchased Mr. Thorp's interest in the herd of two and three year-old High-Graded Heifers and Steers, I now offer them at prices wnieh will enable farmers and stockmen to .Buy a Good l-acle of Cattle. I will also dispose of One Span Good, Heavy Work-horses, Three Ponies and Several Nice Colts. Stock can lie seen in mv yards at Hurley. AVe have just received a large addition to our stock of goods, consisting of 1-" I li N I TTJ IIE, 1( 111 re l^i/ame* James McG-rail, M. D., Resident Physician and Surgeon, SWAN LAKE, D. T. E. E. SILL Homeopathic Physician AND—• S oil HURLEY. DAKOTA. I W a —TO ri'ltCIlASK— FRUIT, TOBACCOS, NUTS, CIGARS, CANDIES AND Vegetable^ Geo. J. Deyo has line ami WPIIsidocted stock, which he will sell at bottom llgurcs, Center avciiu\ bet. Monroe ami Washington Sli^ets, II E A O A J, T. HOGAN, a S Host qualities of Flour kopt constantly on hand ami sold at Lowest Prices for Cash. Washington street, bet. Center Avenue and Dakota Street. IH7HLEY, DAKOTA. s&lL 14 NUMBER 24. C. Frederickson. JERRY MURPHY —DKATJKK IN- Dry Goods, Groceries Notions, All Kinds of General Merchandise. Produce taken in Exchange for Goods. JIORIIY O OK 1LUEPHY, Dakota. E E Etc. Also a full line of Burial Cases and Caskets of the latest designs. All of which wo guarantee to suit, hotli In quality and price. CALL AND SEE US. PUTNAM & SON, Oenterville, Dak. THE BEST Place in the West to buy N I E ri'IIOLSTEHV, MIRROHS, ATTN ESSES and UNDERTAKER'S GOODS, IS (IF J. R. SANBORN & SON, Wholesale and Retail Dealers, VAXKTOX. ,'*J' ..-r Ti^l *i3 DAKOTA. DAKO'l Yankton. & Swan Lake MAIL PASSENGER ltlxpress Line. H. It. DKYO, Proprietor. Yankton oflice at Central House. L»*v«» Swan Lako for Yankton. Mouday. Wed ne.sday ami Friday, on arrival of Parker «U*e. Leave Yankton for Swan Lake,Tu«wI&>\ Tnurs day and SaHu-day. at o'clock In the morning. Connects at Swan I.ake with stag* for Ilurley aud 1'arkcr. Subscribe -FOR Till*. HERALD. Si.50 per year.*. 4 I a -t'% /"A W'e i.