turner County Herald.
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
BUMS «U0 PEHYJSAB.^
MttfOwt Vale P. Thlelnuui
CATHOLIC CHURCH—Near Swan Lake. Rev
Oeotfe Bheehan. pastor. Services on the sec
rat Sunday of each month, commencing at
1S:M a. m. Catechism Immediately after mass.
Cituncn—Corner Park Boulevard and
?=r- Bakota street. Rev. M. Hoyt, missionary in
charge. Services at 11 a. in.
Make through' connection for Cmcago and
W. A. THRALL, Qen'l Ticket Agent.
W. E. WouTiiAN. Agent
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY MANSFIELD &
Barley, No. 1
& 8. OKKICEXU.
Chief Justice j"JV Eft irerton
5"?®?iv ••,• Harrison Allen
jSSSS Ki Re'vemie.''''
i' TXRJUTOBIAL OrFIGBUB-
inele**telnConjrejj j. n. Kavmond
"ii!? "a 6®°- Ordway
BOpt Public Instruction W. H. H. Beadle
ntMurer .I.B. Beebe
StoHB.... .1. H.Newbv
Jufae of Probate o. C. Stuart
•MsSuor.... j. j.uraber
Superintendent of Schools L. N. Alberty
Qeroner A. L. Peterman
tarnjor Jos. Allen
Park Boulevard and
Dakota street. Rev. Samuel Sill, pastor. Ser
vices every Sunday it a. m. Sunday school
at 13 m. Prayer meeting every Thursday eve
oingat S p. m. Young people's prayer meeting
Sunday evening at 8 p. m.
B. CHURCH—8wan Lake—Rev. Wm. Gray,
tastor. Services every two weeks, at a. m.
ic. -Junday school at 12 m.
M. S. M'COOK
31, G. A.
Commander, C. A. Near
Senior vice commander, J.H.Wood
Junior vice commander, H. H. Deyo
Chaplain. M. S. Robinson
pt the day, C. B. Harrlgle
of the guard, L. Clark
kanOon, J, o. Brodie
Adiudant, C. M. Pier
Quartermaster, J. Murpliy
Quartermuster-sergeunt, J. I.eoper
lltrgeant-major. D. Dwyersr
Me6t first and third Saturday of each month
at 7 p. m., in Allen's hall.
V1 HURLEY I.ODOK SO. 91. I. O. O.
Meets every Friday evening at 7 o'clock
Visiting members cordially Invited to attend.
F. E. IIAMBLIX, W 0 T.
Chicago and Northwestern Railway Time
TRAINS QOINO XAST.
Passenger, No, 43 $ 6 V) m,
Mixed. 4t 4 25 a ,m.
Freight, 45 2 4" in.
Passenger, No. 41 9 20 m.
Mixed. 43 11 31 m.
Freight, "45 x, 10 55 a m.
Flour, per cwt [email protected]
Hay, per ton [email protected]
STILL AT THE FRONT,
We buy it now direct from the New
York importers, andean furnsh it at 75
cents a pound.
MANSFIELD & ALLEN,
HELP WAYXBD—Females. -K''*"
Wanted—in every town, city or coun
ty. an intelligent, energetic lady of good
addresss ana some business ability, to
introduce to the trade and consumers,
Madam Dean's Celebrated Spinal Sup
porting GtfUSet. 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 815 to $65 weekly.
Address. LEWIS SOHIELE & Co.,
390 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
will sell at auction Thursday
afternoon and evening, Dec. 4th, the
20 Gross buttons,
2 Pieces pants goods.
Dozen linnen collars.
Linings, trimmings, &c.
40 Pair woolen hosj.
U5 Pair gloves and mitts."*
37 Pieces ribbon.
40 Dozen alpaca braid,
5 Cardigan jackets.
35 Winter caps.
6 Scarfs and nubias, and a quantity
of small articles too numerous to men
Come, everybody and get a bargain.
O. M. PIER.
DR. R. MARTIN, Auctioneer.
Don't fail to buy your flannels, fur
nishing goods, underwear, hosiery,
yarns, and in fact everything you need
for winter of Hogan & Pier.
You can save money by purchasing
your boots and shoes of Hogan & Pier
B. Kees has just received one of the
laigcat stocks of whipsin Turner Co.
Buy your whips of it. Rees.
Fence wire of all kinds at Bees'. $)
Marion is to have a skating rink.
Coal hods and fire shovels at liees'.
New goods at Mansfield & Allen's..
Fresh Oysters at Pioneer Drug Store.
Dr. Gallagher is trying to raise a
Horses and mules for sale by W- R,
Buy the Enterprise meat-chopper, of
Apples in any quantity at Mansfield
Blaine for president and R. Rees for
Buy Rogers Bro's silver plated ware
of R. Rees.
Buy American Stock Food at Pioneer
Anew line of gloves and mittens at
Hogan & Pier's.
Just enough snow to whiten the
ground this morning.
The shoemnker and blacksmith don't
have any loafing time.
New goods arriving daily at the
Pioneer Hardware Store.
A full line of Harper's school books
at the Pioneer Drug Store.
The band will play at the rink Wed
nesday and Friday evenings.
A car load of brick just received at
L. L. Smullin's lumber yard.
There are rumors in the air of a
wedding soon to take place.
Oil your harness with Buchanan's
Honest Harness Oil. Sold by R. Rees
Dr. Miller is buildlug up a lucrative
practice, and is making friends rapidly,
It is a delight to burn Peraline Oil,
which can be had only at the Pioneer
Another car of fresh wood burned
white lime just received at L. L. Smul
lin's Lumber Yard.
Look out for that immense stock of
Holiday Goods which will be at the
Pioneer Drug Store soon.
Mr. Jas. Smullin is improving, and
will accompany his father to Iowa as
soon as he is able to travel.
The ankton Press advertises for a
boy who is thoroughly rested." lie
will be a curiosity around that office.
ere are now 58 pupils enrolled in
the Hurley public school. The average
attendance for the second month was
The cclobratcd Trunk Coffee at Rob
inson's. Buy a dollar's worth, and if
you are lucky get a first-class trunk
The election of officers of the E. S.
McCook post G. A. R., will be held at
the regular meeting on the first Satur
day in December.
Charles G. Seifert has charge of the
upper department of the Marion public
school, and Miss Katie Byrne of the
A Bismarck dispatch of the 2Gth re
ports the Missouri river still open at
Bismarck and rainjiillujg. The river
is closed at suvkton.
We want 200 bushels of good pota
toes. If you have to sell, bring
them in. We are paying 25 cents per
bushel. Mansfield & Allen.
I.OCAX MENTION. 1.
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
Bishop Hare will hold service and
administer the rite of confirmation at
Grace church Wednesday tvening, Dec.
3d, at 7:30 o'clock. A general invita
tion is extended,
The teacher and pupils of the Hurley
public school will give an exhibition at
the close of the present term, the pro
ceeds of which will go toward the be
ginning of a public library for Hurley.
Henry A. Perkins, one of the proprie
tors of the Sioux City Journal, died at
his residence in that city on Saturday
last, his death being caused from in
flammatory rheumatism, which went to
Well," said Timon, walking up to a
group of men," they had to let the man
go they held an inquest on him and he
was not the fellow they wanted." By
the way," continued the philosopher,
what a difference it has made in the
price of matches since the salary was
First, subscribe for your home paper
second, take the Sioux City Weekly
Journal, which contains more reading
matter of general interest to this sec
tion than any other newspaper. It is
furnished at the low price of 81.25 a
year, which brings it within the reach
of all. Read the advertisement in an
other column and note the attractions
it offers. Parties wishing to take the
Herald and the Sioux City Weekly
Journal, can have the two papers one
year for 82.50 by subscribing through
Having engaged in the business of
buying hogs at Hnrley, I am now pre
pared to pay the highest market price.
Headquarters at Snyder's lumber office.
W. R. GOWDY.
Nick Brady of Craig, Mo, had a severe
attack of diarrhoea, which he cured with
two or three doses of Chamberlains
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
Soon afterward his brother's horsp was
taken with colic. He gave it the bal
ance of the bottle of the remedy, which
soon cured it. Every family, should be
provided for such emergencies. Sold
E a vi
St. Patrick's Pills, now so popular for
disorders of the liver and bowels, were
named in honor of the gTeat and good
St. Patrick. His mission was to do good
80 is theirs. Try them and you will
acknowledge that they are in every way
worthy of bis name. Sold by JS. Brauch.
a Ji' :2
John and Dan Hogan are home from
their summer's railroading in Minne
Mr. John Parsond of Livingston,
Wis., is visiting in Hurley, and may
make this his future home.
Mrs. J. D. Perkins and children are
home from their eastern visit, having
arrived on this evening's train.
The mother of D. W. Fairchild has
arrived from Pennsylvania, and will
doubtless make this her home in the
Dr. Ensign, brother-in-law of L. L.
Smullin and a prominent Iowa physi
cian, has been visiting in Hurley, re
turning home Tuesday.
Neil Dwyer is home from his sum
mer's campaign in Minnesota. As he
voted for Cleveland, we shall expect to
see him walking away with an Indian
agency one of these days.
I will offer at public auction, on tho
farm of W. H. Harrison, four miles
southwest of Swan Lake, on Monday,
December 8th, 1884, property consisting
of, 1 good work team 12 head of stock
—cows, steers and calves 1 Osborne
combined machine 1 two-horse corn
planter 1 plow 1 cultivator, and other
farm utensils. Also a quantity of
The stock will be sold for cash.
Call and see our Lamps, China ware.
Glass ware, Crockery, Silver ware, &c.,
&c., before buying your Holiday Goods.
MANSFIELD & ALLEN.
Ladies, call and see the cloaks and
dolmans at Hogan & Pier's.
Do not neglect, when you visit Par
ker, to call on Parfitt the photographer
and have your likeness taken in No. 1
The old reliable of Turner county, be
it distinctly understood, notwithstand
ing, know al.l men by these presents,
that I have the cheapest stock of whips
and oak harasses in Turner county.
Colic 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 ii half of a 50 cent
bottle. The second dose is seldom re
quired. Sold by E. Brauch.
Having disposed of our lumber yard
in Hurley, we want to cioso all book
accounts. All parties khowing them
selves indebted to us will please call
and settle the same at once, either by
cash or note, and save costs.
J. II. QCEAL & Co.
Ilurley, D. T., Sept. 16.1881.
I will loan you money at low interest
and no commission. C. Fiederickson
Hurloy, D. T.
Cleveland is elected. Monopoly is
busted. Boots, shoes, clothing, ilry
goods and groceries have taken another
tumble at Robinson's.
THE TOLEDO BLADE
a. (NASBY'S PAPER.)
The Lajgest Circulation of any
Weekly Nowspaper in the United
The Largest Paper published in the
United States at One Dollar per year.
The Best Paper and the Cheapest
The Only Paper publishing theN asby
The Blade alone, 81.00 per year with
Waterbury Watch, 83.50 with Steel
Engraving of Pilgrims' Progress (a 810
Special terms to club raisers made
known on application. Any week's
issue of the Blade announces our bar
gains in cheap books, pictures, etc,
We want everybody to send postal
card to us for a specimen copy.
It will tell its own story. A column
advertisement would not afford room
to describe its various departments and
our announcement for tho coming year.
Write for' a specimen, and also send
the addresses of all your friends
mI *S "t
We respectfully solicit your trade in
GROCERIES and CROCKERY. Please
call and examine our goods, and get our
prices before purchasing. Our stock is
new, fresh, and of the best quality.
MANSFIELD & ALLEN.
Four choice dwelling lots and two
choice business lots for sale. Inquire
of R. Rees.
honey at the Pioneer
Drunkenness, or the Uquor Habit, can be
Cured by Administering Dr. llainoa'
It can be give in a cup of coffee or
tea without the knowledge of the per
son taking it, effecting a speedy and
permanent cure, whether the patient is
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, GOLDEN SPECIFIC
Co, 185 Race St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
CIRCULATING IN EVERY STATE.
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J. J. MANSFIELD.
HURLEY.. DAKOTA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1884. NUMBER 30.
FAYB FOB THB
SIX PAGES OF 54 LONG COLUMNS
LatMl T^egnphio N«m( Markets, Hit
^•llany and Northwestern Items.
Continned Stories of Thrilling Interest,
and much other Cholee and Profitable
Heading for the Borne Circle.
The best paper published for Northwest
ern Iowa, Southern Dakota, Northeastern
Nebraska and Southwestern Minnesota.
Order direct, or subscribe through yonr
Postmaster. Teruitfi 11,25 per year 15
eenis lor six mouths 40 cents lor three
mouths. Sample copies mailed free*
Sioux City, lows*
Obtained, and all PATENT BUSINESS at
home or abroad attended to (or MODERATE
Our office is opposite tlie U. 8. patent office,
and we can obtain patents in less time than
those remote fpom WAS [JINGTON.
Send MODEL OF DRA IVTNO, We advise
as to patentability free of charge aud we
CHJRQE NO FEE UNLESS PATENT IS
We refer, here, to tho postmaster, the Supt. of
money order division, and to officials of the U. S
patent office. For circular, advice, terms and
references to actual clients In your own state or
countj', write to
Opooslte?ateut ^Ic^r\^l5ngSn?W. C.
Miss Florence Baldwin,
J. E. MILLER, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
for postage, and we will
mall vou/ree, a royal, valuable
box ot sample goods that will put you lu tlie way
of making more money in a few 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, young and old
You can easily earn Irom 50 cents to 9B every eve
ning. That all'
We make tins uuiianuicieu
are not well satisfied wo will send jl to pav lor
ness, we make this unparalleled oiler to all who
are not well satlslted wo will sen
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. Don't delay. Start
now. Address STINHON & Co. Fortland Maine.
TO THE PUBLIC!
Having bored and drilled more wells
than any other company in tho
northwest, and having in
TWO FIKST-CLASS AUGERS,
we do say
that we are in
the county for the purpose of
surface or artesian. Will give a good
supply of water or no pay. Will take
stock in paymen, or on time with good
security. Can go any depth required
Leave orders at I\ O. box 100.
a week at home. (5.00 outfit free.
No risk. Capl
required. Header, If you want business
Sash, Doors, Blinds,
r, sP .' -w.
"Always Lead But Never Follow!"
O S O A 1 1 O 8 N E 3 1
—DEALER IN ':Vr
Lath, Biaildixig-paper, IMouldings.
Office and. Yard South
UIILT: LU UH
who want work may test the busi
at which persons of either sex, young or old, can
make great pay all the time they work, with abso
lute certainty, write for particulars to H. HAI^
LF.TT & Co. Fortland, Maine.
1 BANK. 1
Hurlev, D. T.
-FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE—
Physician and Surgeon
Bankinc Hours from 0 to S.
All calls protaptly attended to. Office over
(iu* Gilbert's More.
We will sell you wagons on
Grood, Easy Terms
And at a low figure. We guarantee all
our goods. Come and see us
and examine our stock.
Not Dead but Sleepeth!
Some of tlie men who died from the plague
brought on by the wonderful
PARKER STOVE MAN.
They are Resurrected
and coming to the front with a stock of
Stoves that will Make him
aSsTi,... ... KA
"QUICK SALES AND SMALL PR0FIT3I" 'if
Cook Stoves from $3.00 to $30.
Heating Stoves in Every Style, Var 1
riety, Size and Price.
A W A E
We mean all we say and will not be
VINTON & LOVIN,
L. L. SIVnXJLLIlSr
DOORS, SASII, BLINDS, MOULDINGS*
And All Else Usually Kept in a First-Class Lumber Yard. S
IIURLEY, .! DAK01A.
C. M. "VIISTTODST, Prop.
First Class in Every Respect. G-ood Sample
Room for Commercial Men.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable in Connection
Good Rigs at Reasonable Rates.
Teams with or without drivers furnished on short notice. Horace boarded bj
the day or week. Farmers will find this a good place to
leave their teamB.
MONEY TO LOAN
OifReai Estate Security,
A_t tteasonable Rates.
CALL AMD 6EX MS BBVORB BORROWING ELBKWQKR8.
J. A. HAND.
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