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hs*. VOLUME IL Turner County Herald. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. KBM8 FUBUBHKD BY fX'"-. W. C. BROWN. YKAB. »1J» P** limn CHURCHat In AdTknoe. GENERAL DIRECTORY. D. *. OKFICKRS. &TSH2' Gilbert A. Pierce %9HCS P®Perali Cortez Fessoucieii Collector Internal Revenue..... tlegtster Land Office, Yankton u. A. Welter Chandler TKRHITOBIAL OKFICIIM. Delegate In Congress J. B. Raymond ?«jfturer W.H McVny Aadltor. Geo. »)rdway A^njey General.... Alexander Hughes ••pi Public Instruction W. H. H. Beadle COUNTY OFFICKRFL.^ Register of Deeds.., C. M.Picr Treasurer J. B. Becbe Sheriff..., I. H.Newby Judge of Probate O. C. Stuart Assessor... J. »f.Grabcr Superintendent of Schools L. N. Alberty Coroner A. L. Peterman •Jnrreyor Jos. Allen ilerk of Court Vale P. Thtclman CHUBCH CATHOLIC CHURCHDXBKCTOBV. —Near Swan Lake. Rev George Sheehan, pastor. Services on the sec ond Sunday of each month, commencing at 10:30 m. Catechism Immediately after mass. OBACBa. CHURCH—Corner Park Boulevard and Dakota, street. Kev. M. Hoyt, missionary In charge. Services a. m. —Corner Park Boulevard and Dakota street Rev. Samuel Sill, pastor. Ser vice* every Sunday it a. m. Sunday school at 12 m. Prayer meeting every Thursday eve Biagat 8 p. m. Young people's prayer meeting Sunday evening at S p. in. CHCBCH-Swan E. Wm. Lake—Bev. Commander, Senior vice commander, Junior vice commander,'v Chaplain, Officer of the day, jj. Officer ol the guards -f to, Surgeon, "Adfudant, Make through connection for Chicago and Bioux City. W. A. THBALL,Gen'IW.K.WOBTMAN. Ticket Agent. HURI.KY Wheat—No. 1 No. 2 Flax Barley, No. 1 No. 8 No. 3 Bye Oats Corn Butter Hides, green. Onions.. Potatoes Sugar,per lb.... Flour, per cwt Hay, per ton Apples Hogs r.K?fW'XS- Gray, astor. Services every two weeks, at 11 a. m. lunday school at 12 m. -T- B. a. M'COOK POST, MO. 11, O. A. It, C. A. Scar J. II. Wood H. H. Deyo M. S. Robinson 5J. B. Harrlgle IAClark is J,O. Brodle A" C. M. Pier uuartermaster, J. Murphy Quartermaster-sergeant, J. Leeper Sargeant-major, D. Dwyer sr Meet first and third Saturday of each month at 7 p. m„ In Allen's hall. HCBUCT UDOB tro. 91. I. O. G. T. Meets every Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock Visiting members cordially invited attend. R. BEES,toW GALLAQHIB, W S. T. Chicago and Northwestern Railway Time TuS.lfi. TRAINS GOING EAST. Passenger, No, 42 -8:20 p. m, "Freight, 44 :45 p.m. GOINQ\VK8T. Passenger, No. 41 1 v. 9:18 a. m. lif Freight, "43 11:25 .1. m. Agent MARKETS. CORRECTED BV WEEKLY MANSFIELD & ALLEN. GROCERS. Novemeber 13, 1884. m-i •i 48 51.01 15@16 50 20 7 @12 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 2.00 3.00 HKLF WA VTKD—Females. "Wanted—in every town, city or coun ty. an intelligent, energetic lady of good addresss and some business anility, to introduce to the trade and consumers, Madam Dean's Celebrated Spinal Sup porting Corset. Splendidly advertised highly recommended by the leading Mo distes, the fashionable Dressmakers, and the most eminent Physicians of the United States and Europe. Liberal pay. Agents are making 915 to $65 weekly. Address. LEWIS SCHIELE & Co., 390 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. BHB1NIM BRIEFS. stock of Vinton Come in and examine our tinware and hear our prices. A Lovlfi. Tycoon Tea and Tansill's Punch cigar ueHl right Mansfield & Allen sell 'em at the corner store. Don't fail to see "Vinton & Lovin's new line of stoves when you are in town. Cash money buys'Cheap. Don't fail to call at Vinton & Lovin'a new stove house north side of Center Ave. at the old furniture store. Do not neglect, when you visit Par ker, to call on Parfitt the photographer and have your likeness taken in No. 1 style. Don't fail to buy your flannels, fur nishing goods, underwear, hosiery, yarns, and in fact everything you need for winter of Hogan & Pier. Baskets, measures, forks, spades, shovels, scoops, .handles, single-tree wood, ox-bows, double-trees, &c., &c., cheap at Vinton & Lovin's. We have one of the best tinners in Dak. Ter. and sell tinware just as cheap as ever. Vinton & Lovin. You cansave money by purchasing your boots and shoes of Hogan & Pier. Vinton & Lovin are still selling pumps cheap. Go and get a bargain. K. Sees has just received one of the largeBt stocks of whips in Turner Co. Lamp goods of all kinds at Mansfield A Allen's. "We ve prepared to sell groceries as t&eapas any firm in Turner Co. Our of groceries and crockery is com plete. We keep good goods we keep them to sell and we are bound to sell them, or give them away we mean business. Come to the future connty seat and io your trading with .Mane Add A Allen. 4 T.OCAI, MENTION. Trade is brisk. Delightful weather, •Carpenters all busy. New salt just received at Mansfield & Allen's. Buy the Enterprise meat-chopper, of R. Bees. Blaine for president and R. Bees for hardware. New lot of Tycoon Tea & Allen's.g||| New goods arriving daily at the Pioneer Hardware Store. The plasterers have completed their work at the school house Get trial package of best soap in the world free, at Robinson's A full line of Harper's school books at the Pioneer Drug Store. Anew wagon bridge is being built across Bethel creek, east of town. High-toned decorated chamber sets. Very nice, at Mansfield & Allen's. Theodore Johnson is teaching school in district No. 3, Hurley township. Oil your harness with Buchanan's Honest Harness Oil. Sold by R. Rees. A change of running time went into effect on the Dakota Central Monday. Afresh supply of buckwheat flour in any quantity desired at Robinson's. Four choice dwelling lots and two choice business lots for sale. Inquire of R. Rees. Rev. Dr. IJoyt has been confined to the house for the past week with a severe cold. S3? I will loan you money at low interest and no commission. C. Frederickson Hurley, D. Dr. Firilav- and not Buchanan, will serve Turner county aa coroner for the next two years. Never saw politicians work so hard after election as the Parker crowd are doing this year. Another car of fresh wood burned white lime just received at L. L. Smul lin's Lumber Yard. C. D. Cone was elected district attor ney, instead of E. C.Kennedy, as stated in last week's Herald. A fine line of jersies just received at Robinson's also a few choice all-wool cashmere dress patterns. Another regular train has been put on the North\v» stern, which goes west at 11:31 p. ni„ and east at 4:25 a. m. Superintendent Alberty will hold a teacher's institute at Hurley on Satur day, Nov. 22, commencing at 1:30 p. m. The celebrated Trunk Coffee at Rob inson's. Buy a dollar's worth, and if you are lucky get a first-class trunk free. By far the largest stock of crockery, lamps and silverware in Turner Co., has just been opened for. sale at Mans field & Allen's. Cleveland is elected. Monopoly is busted. Boots, shoes, clothing, dry goods and groceries have taken another tumble at Robinson's. The ladies of Grace parish will give a spcial at the chapel Wednesday eve ning, November 10th. A cordial invi tation is extended to all. It is only the monopolists who are afraid of Cleveland. Straight dealers rejoice when they can give low'prices. "Live, anu let live," is the motto at Robinson's. Eli l'erkins will lecture at Lennox, Dak. Friday evening Dec. 2nd. Subject The Phylosophy of Fun." All are re quested to attend this rare= treat. Don't miss the opportunity Jl. *fs Keep your ears open. Are the bridges all safeV? Farmers are busy plowing1, x' Buy your whips of H. Rees. -^v Stock and grain are coming in. Wm Commissioners meet to-morrow, ppl Fence wire of all kinds at Bees'. Keep one eye on the back road." Coal hods and fire shovels at Bees'. Best soap in America at Robinson's Horses and mules for sale by W. R. Gowdy. at Mansfield A -VjMT ."V* Buy Rogers' Bro's silver plated* ware of R. Rees. Fresh comb honey at the Pioneer Drug Store. Vinton & Lovin are selling lots of star wagons. Anew line of gloves and mittens at Hogan & Pier's. Buckwheat flour and maple syrup a Mansfield & Allen's. Yellow and Rockingham ware at Mansfield & Allen's. 7"3® 'auxiliary'will Nov. meet at 15th, at 8 sss The ladies *ai) Allen's Hall Saturday. o'clock p. in ... 'Ivfllllllll An election is to be hew at Parker, to decide who the patrons jt that post office want for postmaster. There are said to be nine candidates in the field and a lively time is expected. It is asserted upon good authority that persons continuously handling and counting paper money become poisoned by the arsenic used in its manufacture. We have never heard of newspaper men being poisoned in that wav. Newspaper men seldom need money, but just at the present time the pro-, prietor.of this paper knows where he can advantahtageously use every cent due him, and if YOU ll!»ve any of his money jingling around loose in y«ur pocket, he would be pleased to assist in the "jingle." Griffin Asked Brown to take a cigar, and then called Black to join them. Well," said Brown, "if we only had White the colors would lie well repre sented." "Thers stands White! ex claimed Black, pointing to a gentleman several feet distant. White was then asked to join the party and they all ." smiled." Griffin, not wanting to be off color," remarked that he was an Irishmand and would represent Green." The Canvaaa. ALL DEPENDS ON THE BESULT IN NEW YORK CITY. jU'ew York, Nov. 12—Special to Sioux City Journal: The New York eavass ing boards of New York and Brooklyn continued their work to-day, surround ed by lawoers, politicians and others interested in the result. It will be some days before the work is completed. As far as gone no material changes in the result as already announced have been made. The margin is so narrow, however, that a single accidental error may wipe out Cleveland's plurality, and it is believed the republicans are rely ing on that fact to" some extent. It is generally believed that the counties above Harlem bridge will not change the aspect of affairs. THE BEAL FIGHT is expected to be made in this city. The total number of votes which George Bliss, as counsel for the republicans, expects to take exception to in some form or other, amounts to 4,000. About one-third of these, it is claimed, are de fective or blank ballots, and the rest Butler, St. John and other votes, which were miscounted, excluded or otherwise added to swell Cleveland's vote. In the Brooklyn canvass, in the bcok of the Fourth district, Tenth ward, was the following note "Gentlemen: not knowing how this book is to be filled out, we put all scratched and blank tickets in the bal lot box." "We rest our hopes now upon the frauds practiced by our opponents," said the secretary of the national re publican committee to-day. How do you account for Conkling coming to the relief of the democrats?" he was asked. Oh, we don't account for it. Conk ling has streaks. By the way, we have news from Florida, to the effect that the returns from Escambia county have been spirited away, and that the county clerk has also disappeared. There is no knowing what may happen in Florida if the democrats continue their ras cality." The Mail and Express of this after noon says the official canvass of the vote of this state continues. It is now generally conceded that the votes of the counties above .Harlem bndge can not be changed to effect Cleveland's plurality. An accidental error may entirely wipe out the plurality, and on this alone are based the hopes of the republicans. At midnight forty of the sixty counties officially canvassed gave Cleveland a net gain of J3, leaving the plurality at 1,225, according to demo cratic claims. This plainly ends any probability of a serious increase of Blaine's rural pluralities, although it Is fair to bear in mind that where gains are expected the canvasss is delayed and cases may yet be presented in eight or ten counties where cases have not been made up. The real fight is in this city, and the republican hopes were greatly dampened when Elihu Root an nounced yesterday that he had found the majority to be 43,226, wiping out the ga of 426 votes announced on Saturday. Of the total number of votes on which in some form or another George Bliss expects to take exception to the informal count he already has about 4,000. About a third of these are defective blank votes and the rest are Butler, St. .lohn and other votes, which were misscounted, excluded or other wise aided to swell the Cleveland vote. Only thirty-nine counties were re ported officially up to 3 p. m. In Jeffer son county Blaine gams 8 and in the whole 29 counties 11. His total losses are 7. All the Cleveland pluralities re main unchanged. The result of the complete official canvass has not yet been received from Delaware, Franklin, Orange, Schuyler, Broome, Columbia. Green, Monroe and St. Lawrence counties. The canvass so far does not make any material change from the figures already pub lished. The Roller Rink. Wednesday was opening night at the skating rtnk, and a goodly number of the citizens of Hurley and vicinit.y and a number from the adjoining towns took part in the opening exercises. Ska ting was indulged in until 9, o'clock, the Hurley band furnishing excellent music for the occasion, after which hour all whoso willed joined in the dance, which was kept up until a late.hour. Rev. F. A. Burdick, Methodist Epis copal pastor for this circuit, will preach at the Baptist church on next Sabbath afternoon at 3 o'clock. Every body in vited, and it is desirable that all mem bers of the M. E. church be present in order to organize for future work The Saletn Pioneer-Registor trots out all the advertising cuts—patent medi cine- included—to be found in McCook county, to express its feelings over the result of the election in that district and county. t?'*] The Chicago News, the larcrest "Dol lar Weekly in America, and a No. 1 newspaper, has the thanks of the Her ald for a fine map of the western states. Subscriptions for the News will be re ceived at this office. SR When the New Era says "Joseph Allen left^ the precinct of Centreville out of his call for the county conven tion," Hackett knows he lies. Hurley did not get the county seat but the sun shines just business is improving. as bright and Attention, Soldier*. Headquarters Soldiers and Sailors Association—Elk Point, Dak., Oct. 1884.—It rawosAi. 24, is greatly desired that the name, county, regiment and postofflce address of every ex-soldier' in Dakota, not connected with the G. A. R., should be on file in this office. Will the com rades aid in this work?':' 8end by postal card, stating plainly name, company, regiment and P. O. address. WALTERI. HIMES, See's S. &8. Assli of Dakota.' s-4^- Mr. Fair, of Yankton, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. Wm. Conklin has returned from her eastern visit. Messrs. 8. Wakefield, C. Salmon and J. L. Coleman were up from Centreville Monday. Mr. Agustus May returned home Tuesday morning from a business visit to Sioux City. Mr. C. Gallagher, of Canistota, has been visiting with his daughter, Mrs. J. R. Buchanan. Rev. F. A. Burdick, of the M. E. church, favored the Herald with a pleasant call this week. Messrs. Stone, Quigley and Gilbert, of Parker and Mr. Larson of Yankton were in town Saturday. "We rest our hopes now upon the frauds practiced by our opponents," Roller Flirtation. As Hurley now has a skating rinK, some of those #rho are not well posted in the various movements to be seen on the floor may get an insight into the secrets of the game" by reading the following: One leg in the air means, "catch me." Two legs in the air means," mash ed." Hitting the back of your head with your heels, I'm gone." Lying on your back," assist me." One skate in your mouth, too full for utterance." Punching your neighbor in the stom ach with your left foot, "kiss me if you don't he'll hit you." A backward flip of the heels and a sudden cohesion of the knees to the floor indicates," a suppliant." Suddenly placing your legs horizont ally like a letter V, indicates, I am paralyzed." To pick your teeth with your knees, has reference to the fact that you are off your proper base.—Hastings Rink torium. Our married citizens will be delighted to hear that, according to an exchange, a patent bed spring has been remodeled. The one for two in a bed is so arranged that the part the wife lies on can be set by the husband, unknown to his wife, and it springs her out of bed and stands her on the floor at any hour for which it is set. It then remains turned up on edge so she can't get back again, at least on her side of the bed, and she won't come back on his side for she is too allflred mad to come near him. So the result is she is compelled to see to breakfast and the old man gets a rest. An Autumn Pwan. Now dawns the era of pumpkin pies, overcoats and coal bills. The season is fipd&'us'when the chronic- bums and dry goods box loafers sigh and long for summer days gone by, as the chilly fall winds whistle thro' their ragged 'gar ments and toy with the flags of trupe protruding therefrom, reminding thein that their philanthropic neighbors have all purchased new padlocks for their hen coops and coal bins and that their long political arguments have elected nary a candidate nor purchased any bread for the toiling wife nor festive little rascals arouud the cook stove in the shanty they term "home." The myriads of frisky piglings that last year sported in the barnyard sloughs may now be found in the homes through the land in any torm from plain side pork and bacon to bar soap, factory butter and sugar cured ham. The season approaches when the oily and glib-tongued lightning-rod, patent right and fraud insurance liars are abroad in the land ready to fleece the unsuspecting of what they have saved during the summer. The joyous lad who, but a few short months ago, came out into the sunlight with two lily white bare feet as fair in complexion as the face of Mary Anderson, now en cases them in a pair of cow-hide boots, two pedals that are not unlike in ap pearence to the back of an aligator or the rind of a liubbard squash. Though the coal dealers laugh and chuckle with fiendish delight, all nature is not glad, for the ministers of the gospel, editors of country newspapers and the fellows who labor for the dear people, find their expenses increasing at the approach of winter, and the cash ex ceedingly slow to come in, but it is needless to say that they could all be made as happy as clams, were the ministers back salary paid up to date, the editor's delinquent subscriptions liquidated, and the rest of the fellows paid what is due them.—Ex. Bevlfted Edition—Settler'* Guide* HURLEY. DAKOTA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1884. Henry N. Copp, the land lawyer of Washington, has revised his Settler's Guide, and issued the seventh edition. It is an indispensable book for all who are, or expect to be, interested in pub lic land. Settlers will save money by purchasing it., and all who expect to take up land should get posted 011 the several laws under which land can be entered. A chapter, illustrated with numerous cuts, shows how to tell town ship, section, and quarter-section cor ners, and explains the system of sur veys. It gives the latest rulings and instructions under the homestead, tim ber culture, desert land, and other laws. The price of the book is only 25 cents. It will toil you who is ouuiK-rt tu 111 ter laliu now coutmuoon jour.r.'ai 1'Jl' -li .1 'J A 1. tiiil you. must uiakL- w.iut. uiiiuaviis yuii must swear to all about contests, and on what grounds they can be coin mencttl also about state lands, stone and timber lands, mineral lands, desert entries, saline, railroad, coal, townsite, and other lands scrip, warrant, and other entries, &c. Its purchase will save you money and trouble, as errone ous statements circulated by conversa tion among settlers may, if acted on, cost you a contest, perhaps your land and improvements.,. .. Tight Liclof, THE ABSURDITY OF THE CUSTOM AS WELL AS ITS EFFECT UPON THE ^HBAWK OF SLAVES TO If a young woman, to obtain the ap pearance of a dragon-fly, has been sub jecting herself to considerable physical puin, and who has been laying up for herself a pretty store of ailments which only want time to pronounce them selves, could only seethe stare of scarce ly disguised contempt and understand the scornful pity which greets the result of her labor, we should have a change of fashion. Through all changes, women remain true only to one fash ion wheather her clothing is as long and lank as that of a Grecian Virgin, or whether she builds around the lower half of her figure a rotund and capacious structure of steel, she is ever faithful to the tradition of a small waist and she will weaken her circu lation, she will incur headache, she will crack her voice and she will ruin her digestion,all to produce a malformation which wise men regard with pity and fools with derision. That ladies can be fitted with a corset which will not compress the waist, but ?he ive support, healtn, and comiort to body, and easy and graceful car riage to the appearance has been fully demonstrated by the celebrated philan tropist Mme. Dean, of Brooklin, Drunkcnneu, or the Uquor Habit, cam be Cured by Administering Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. It can be give in a cup of coffee or _t8ajwthgji^lis_kno\vlelge-3f "tbe per son taking it, effecting a speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an alchohlic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been made temperate men who have taken the Golden Specific in their coffee without their knowledge, and to-day beleve they quit drinking of their own free will. No harmful effects result from Its administration. Cures guar anteed. Circulars and testimonials sent free. Address, Mansfield & Allen offer this week: Cranberries. All kinds of preserves. Maple syrup. Buckwheat flour. Oatmeal. Cracked wheat. Tapioca. Macaroni. Sago. Pearl barley. Split peas. Dried fruits. Canned fruits. Canned vegetables. Fresh fancy candies. Tansill's punch cigars. Tycoon tea. All fresh and good, and cheap for cash. Call and see us and get our prices Wanted. To trade for a good second-hand, me dium light harness. Call at INTON & !SS*r SIS OF SLAVES TO THE FASHION. There would be no tight lacing if girls could be made to understand this simple fact:—that men dread the thought of marrying a woman who is subject to fits of irritable temper, to bad headaches, and other ailments we need not mention, all of which, everybody knows, are the product of the compres sion of the waist men like to see a small waist, certainly but there is a great difference between the waist that is well formed and in proportion to the rest of the figure, and a waist which is obviously and artificially com prfsspd, to the destruction of that easy and gracelul carriage which is one of the chief charms ef a woman's appear ance. An unnaturally compressed waist is far more certain of detection than a mass of false hair or a faint dusting of powder. The rawest youth that enters a ball-room can pick out the women who have straightened them eslves artificially. N.Y., who has lately patented a corset which is a combination of shoulder-brace and spine-supportihg corset, and while com bming the benefits of both, is extruieiy simplified into a tirstclass corset. They are specially constructed with two curved springs so as to fit exactly on and support the sholder-blades and another spring to support the "spine. Made of the very finest tempered clock spring, thus creating a complete support for the spine and supplying a covering for the open space in the back, thereby protecting the spine from cold and giving a smoothness of fit to the back of the dress, making it a valuable and mostnecessary corset l'or general use. It has already received the highest commendations from the lealing mod istes, the fashionable dressmakers, and the most eminent physicians of the United States and Europe. The Established Corset House of- LEWISOld SCHIEL N BROADWAY,I & Co., 390 EW ORK, have been engaged to manufacture thein, which is a guaran tee that they will be made of the best material and workmanship. A reliable agent is wanted to introduce these goods in this county. For particulars see advertisement in another column. LOVIN S. Colle in Horses Can be cured by one or two doses of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy. It never fails. Thou sands of cases have been cured by it. Many veterniaries and horse doctors use it exclusively and neve lose a case. The dose for a horse is half of a 50 cent bottle. The second dose is seldom re quired. Sold by E. Brauch. ^, Lnoke Heeali. The old reliable of Turner county, be it distinctly understood, notwithstand ing, know all men by these presents, that I have the cheapest stock of whips and oak harnsses in Turner county. FRANK MILLER. a week at home. .00 outfit free. Pay risk. Capital not •Rfi fi absolutely sure. No risk. Capl required. Reader, If you want business at which persons of either acx, young or old, can make great pay IUI the time they work, with abso lute ccrtulnty. write for particulars to i,K/rr & 'V. Portland. Maine. H. HAI.- PATENTS PATENT BUSINESS Obtained, and all home or abroad attended to for FEKS. at MODKRATB Our office is opposite the V. 8. patent offloe, and we can obtalnpntenU in less time than those remote Iron IVASBIHQTOtf. MODEL OF DltAWWQ. Bend We adrlsfl as to patentabll'ty free of charge and we CBAROE NO FEB UNLESS PATENT IS ALLOWED. We refer, here, to tye postmaster, the Bnptof 1 money order dlvtslon. and to offlehns iifthe II. 8 patent office. For circular, advice, terms and references to actual clients in your own state or countyi write to .OpooslteFateni V: Miss Florence Baldwin, DRESSMAKING, Millinery. Etc. HURLEY, J. Physician and Surgeon. HURLEY, ^Jc"? Sash, Do ors,". Blinds, DAKOTA. E. MILLER, M. D., Resident DAKOTA. rxr TV°r li10 worklnR class. Send 10 VjrvJJLjJJ cents for postage, and wo will mull vou/rw, a royal, valuable box 01 sample goods that will put vnu In the way of making more money In a (ew days than you ever thought possible at any business. Capital not required. We will start you. You can work all the time or In spare time only. The work Is universally adapted to both sexes, voung and old. You can easily earn from 60 cents to (Sever)- eve ning. That alf who want work may test the busi ness, wc make tilts unparalleled oiler to ail who are not well satlslieil wc will send SI to pav for the trouble of writing us. Full particulars, di rections, etc., sent free. Fortunes will be made by those who give their whole time to the work. Great success absolutely sure. Uun't delay. Start now. Address STINHON & Co. l'ortland Maine. TO THE PUBLIC! K—iiii—i Having bored and drilled more wells than any other company in the northwest, and having in operation TWO FIRST-CLASS AUGERS, we do say v. that we are in the county for the purpose of 33orins: "W~ells. surface or artesian. Will give a good supply ot water or no pay. Will take stock in paymen, or on time with good security. Can go any depth required Leave orders at P. O. box 100. and 'WILBUR GALLOP, Banking, GOLDEN SPECIFIC Co, 185 Itace St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Centreville, Dak. TURNEI^OUNTV 1 bakK —"i Hurley, X. T. Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. —FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE— Banking Hours from 0 to 5. !5cott EXPOSITION Oxlenitf. OpMiftf Dftctmber 1,1884 dotln| May 31,1888. UNDSft TItE AUSPICES OF THE United Slates Government. $1,300,000, Appropriated by the General Government. $500,000, Contributed by the Citizens ol NewOrleaot* §f $200,000, Appropriated by Mexico. v: $100,000, Appropriated by the State of Louisiana. $100,000, Appropriated by the City ol New Orleani. From $5000 to $25,000, Appropriated by Innumerable States, Cities and Foreign Countries* EvsrySUtt and Territory in ths Union rsprsMntsd* and ntsrlvsMth* Leading Nation! and wountitM of ths World. The Biggest Exhibit,thalitfgaat Ida BiQgtst Industrial E*nt la tba World's History. APMJCATIONB rOB EXHIBITS 1LERADY IfCCtffJP COTKE Moll* SPACE AVD A OKfiATEE VARIETY Of SUBJECT? THAW TUOSE OF AXY exrosmov ETT.B HELD. The cheapest rates of travel ever known in the annals of transportation secured for the people everywhere. For information, address H. A. BURtCKP pircdorGenera), W. LAC.C, E, ./ NEW ORLEANS,X«A, v-.'M f&~ 1 8s „"'-*l»sf rT rCS O S AJEV O. S 1) R, DEALER IN Lath, Building-paper, MTou.lc3ip.gsr Office and. Yard. South, ol lPostofB.ee. Hundley, Dakota, WAGONS— Lumber, Stucco, We will sell you wagons on Groocl! Easy Terms at a low figure. guarantee And at a low figure. We our goods. Come and see us and examine our stock. Not Dead but Sleepeth! Heating Stoves in Every Style, Va riety, Size and Price. NUMBER 28. -vASBV Some of the men who died from the plague ,)7 brought on by the wonderful PARKER STOVE MAN. They are* Resurrected to the front with a stock coming of Stoves that will Make h.im: W -e-e-p! .... .' "QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS!",* Cook Stoves from $3.00 to $30. Jf? A W A E CU PAP OF ALL KXDS CAD LttfcAr CAS O We mean all we say and will-not be 0 Undersold. YINTON & LOVltfy HURLEY, DAKOTA. L. L. 8MULLIN -DKALEU IK- ^Plastering Good Rigs at Reasonable Rates. 1 earns with or without drivers furnished on short notice. Horses boarded bj the day or week. Farmers will find this a good place to leave their teams. MONEY TO LOAN On Real Estate Security, ,, .A_t Reasoiia."ble Rates. v. -CALL AND SEE ME BKFORK BORROWING, ELSEWHERE. S?,- 4 Lime, Cement, Hair, U~ DOORS, iips SASII, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, And A11 Else Usually Kept in a First-Class Lumber Yard. 5 HURLEY, .. DAKOTA. TREMO NT HOUSE, C. M, VfNTOS, Pxxp. wmgmm & •A- -WAGONS •r-V i« ifit $ jr "J** 1*t A r: First Class in Every Respect. Good Sample Room for Commercial Men. ,.. —i—— Livery, Feed and Sale Stable in Connection Dakota, "J. A/HAND. Parker. D. T.