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VOLUME II.
Turner County Herald
$| OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
PUBLISHED BY
W. C. BROWN.
ERltS $1.60 Per Yxar, In Advance.
GENERAL DIRECTORY
,' *VRE, C. B. OKPICBK8.
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2®T®rf52T- Gilbert A. Pierce
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•Judfe Fourth Judicial District C,
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Marshal... Harrison Allen
AasiiSnt^rosecii^ngAttornej!"^.1!.*!'
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Jurveyor general... Cortez Kesseiiden
Jollector internal Revenue
deglster I-and omce, Yankton ti. A. Wetter
,teceirer handler
TKRRITORIAl* 1PFICER8.
Delegate In Con«re*« j. IS. Kavmond
fre«urer W.H McVay
Auditor.... Geo.Ordway
Attorney General Alexander Huglien
Bnpt Public Instruction W. H. H. Beadle
COUNTY OFKICKRS.
Register ol Deeds
c.
•^9©i CHURCH DIRECTORY.
M. Pier
treasurer J.B. Beebe
Sheriff.... I.
H.
Newby
Judge ol Probate o. C. Stuart
Assessor J. ,r. (iraber
Superintendent of Schools I. N. Alberty
Qoroner A. L. I'cternmn
Jurveyor Jos. Allen
roE:7,n»rk otCourt Vale P. Thielman
Catholic Chorch—Near Hwan Lake. Rev
George Sheehan. pastor. Services on tlie scc
J- end Sunday ot each month, commencing at
10:30 &. m. Catechism Immediately after mass.
Crack Church—Comer Park Boulevard and
Sakota street. Rev. M. Hoyt, missionary in
charge. Services at ll a. m.
Chorch—Corner Park Boulevard and
Dakota street. Rev. Samuel Sill, pastor. Ser
vices every Sunday it *. n. Sunday school
at 13 n. Prayer meeting every Thursday cve
olngat p. m. Young people's prayer meeting
,v Sunday evening at 8 p. m.
ii®
K. Church—Swan Lake—Rev. Wm. Gray,
~yi j. .- tastor. Services every two weeks, at 11 a. in.
^v Junday school at 12 m.
X. S. X'COOK POST, NO. 31, Q. A. R,
C. A. Near
J. H. Wood
Commander,
-'-.si Senior vice commander,
a»sv Junior vice commander,
Chaplain.
Oncer of the day,
oncer ot the guard,
by i®,
Quartermaster,
Ouartennuster-sergeant,
Kergeant-major.
sj. Meet first and third Saturday of each
at p. m„ In Allen's ball.
H. H. Deyo
M. S. Robinson
0. B. Harrigie
L. Clark
J, O. Brodle
C. M. Pier
J. Murphy
J. Leepcr
D. Dwyer sr
month
HURLKY LODOB NO. 91. I. O. 6. T.
Meets every Friday evening at 7 o'clock
Visiting members cordially Invited to attend.
Passenger, No. 41
Mixed. 43
Freight, 45
F. E. HAMBLIN, W T.
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Chi kd Northwestern Railway Time
Table.
TRAIN* GOING EAST.
Passenger, No,
42
Mixed. 44
re 4 5
S:50 p. m,
4:25 a.m.
2:45 p. m.
GOING WEST.
9:20 a. m.
11:31 II. m.
10:50 a. m.
Make through connection for Chicago and
Sioux City.
W. A. Thrall,Gen'l Ticket Agent.
W. K. WoimiAif. Agent
HCRtET MARKETS.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY MANSFIELD, &
ALLEN. GROCERS.
Decemeber 4, 1884.
Wheat—No. 1 8
No. 2 50
Flax 1.01
^Barley, No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
Rye .\
Oats [email protected]
Corn 18
--Butter [email protected]
-W
Wf-« Hides, green.
Onions 50
Potatoes 2ii
18
Sugrar. per lb 7tfi
twFlour, per cwt [email protected]
^„.,*Hay, per ton 2.0003.00
-^"Apptal ?«. 2.00
l2
Hojrs 3.40
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STILL AT THE FRONT.
We buy it now direct from the New
York importers, andean furnsh it at 75
cents a pound.
MANSFIELD & ALLEN.
**,«/* HKLP WAVT1SD—Females.
Wanted—in every town, city or coun
ty. an intelligent, energetic lady of good
addresss and some business ability, 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 815 to $65 weekly.
Address. LEWIS SCIIIELK & Co.,
390 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
BD81NE8B BRIEFS.
Don't fail to buy your flannels, fur
nishing goods, underwear, hosiery,
yarns, and in fact everything you need
for winter of Hogan & Pier.
You can save money by purchasing
your boots and shoes of Hogan & i'ier
Cleveland is elected. Monopoly is
busted. Boots, shoes, clothing, dry
goods and groceries have taken another
tumble at Robinson's.
NickBradyofCraig,Mo.,hada severe
attack of diarrhoea, which he cured with
•two or three doses of Chamberlains
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Soon afterward his brother's horxe was
taken with colic. He gave it the bal
ance of the bottle of the remedy, which
soon cured it. Every family should be
provided for such emergencies. Sold
by E. Brauch.
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Notice. ,.-$ag
Having disposed of our lumber yard
in Hurley, we want to close all book
accounts, AU parties khowing them
selves indebted to us will please call
and settle the same at once, either by
cash or note, and save costs. v-:
J. II. QCEAL & Co.
Murley. D. T^Sept. JO, 1««U.
W„ t. 2*. /. -Va.wfcY
LOCAL MENTION.
Fine weather.
Ilogs are coining in lively.
Buy your whips of It. Ilees.
Cougress convened Monday.
Fence wire of all kinds at Bees'.
New goods at Mansfteld & Allen's..
Fresh Oysters at Pioneer Drug Store.
The new school house is nearlv com
pleted.
Horses and mules for sale by W. ft.
Uowdy.
John Mansfield has purchased a cook
ing stove.
Apples in any quantity at Mansfield
& Allen's.
Buy ltogers Bro's silver plated ware
of B. Bees.
Buy American Stock Food at Pioneer
Drug Store.
Good sleighing is reported tli rough
out central Iowa.
A royal flush is what lets the boys
down in Sioux City.
New goods arriving daily at the
Pioneer Hardware Store.
The pay car was a welcome visitor to
the railroad boys Monday.
A full line of Harper's school books
at the Pioneer Drug Store.
A car load of brick just received at
L. L. Smullin's lumber yard.
Don't tail to call on Rees when you
want anything in the hardware line.
Col. Lovin has the thanks of the edi
tor and iaimly for a brace of fine ducks.
Wanted—A car load ot live chickens,
ducks, geese and turkeys, at Hogan &
Pier's.
.Jerry Manning is building an addi
tion 12x20 on the north end of his bil
liard hall.
It is a delight to burn Peraline Oil,
which can be had only at the Pioneer
Drug Store.
Pay your debts, and commence the
new year straight with the world and
all mankind.
A number of llurleyites went over
to Lennox Tuesday evening, to hear
Eli Perkins.7'
Another car of fresh wood burned
white lime just received at L. L. Smul
lin's Lumber Yard.
II. A. Hand of the late Dakota State
Register, Parker, is now working on
the Bridgewater Times.
Look out for that immense stock of
Holiday Uouds which will be ai the
Pioneer Drug Store soon.
W. B. Gowdy purchitaed thirty-five
hogs or John J. Lease this week, which
averaged 360 pounds each.
Mr. Erank M. Tullar and Miss Ada
C. Hoard were married it Lennox, on
the evening of Novnmber 23d.
J. F. Robinson has moved into his
new house on his farm south of town,
and a ri ht cozy home he has.
John Dwyer has taken out a license
and put a drav on the streets. His ad
vertisement appears in this paper.
Come to Hurley and call on Hogan &
Pier. Examine their goods and get
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
The celebrated Trunk Coffee at Rob
inson's. Buy a dollar's worth, and if
you are lucky get a first-class trunk
free.
The Hurley public school now num
bers sixty pupils, counting one very in
dustrious kitten in constant attend
ance.
W H. Conklin and J. A. Swan re
cently traded houses, and rumor hsis it
that .Mi-. Conkliu will open a boarding
house.
Win. Patrick has taken a contract to
put down an artesian well for G.
Okken, on 1-97-52, three miles southeast
of town.
The election of officers of the E. S.
McCook post G. A. R., will bo held at
the regular meeting on the first Satur
day in December.
All accounts due me must be settled
by the 15th of December, or they will
be left in the hands of a lawyer for col
lection. It. Bees.
We want 200 bushels of good pota
toes. If you have any to sell, bring
Jbhem in. We are paying 25 cents per
eushel. Mansfield & Allen.
We are in receipt of a copy of the
Beadle County Democrat, published at
Cavour. Our old friend A. J. Sweetzer
occupies space for five display ads.
Several loads of hogs have been sold
in the Hurley market this week which
were brought from within two miles of
a.statinn on the Milwaukee road.
Don't buy your Christmas presents
until Santa Ciaus arrives at Bees', as
he will have lots of nice things for the
little folks as well as for older ones.
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.
At Grace-church, on the 7th inst.,
there will be morning prayer, sermon
and communion service at 11 a. m„ and
at 7:10 p. m. there will be evening prayer
andsermon.
Parties knowing themselves"Indebted
to Hogan & Pier will confer a favor by
immediately anjlisting the same, re
membering that "one good turn de
serves another."
Mrs. Charlie Wagner has gone east
to make her home with friends, thus
relieving the county of considerable
expense. Mr. Okken has done his ut
most to tiring about this result.
Bishop Hare preached a vory inter
esting sermon at Grace church Wed
nesday evening to a large and attentive
congregation. Mrs. C. 11. Goddard and
Mr. B. F. Burr united with the church.
'The Bridgewater Times saj'a: "We
want tlour, meat, corn, oats, cabbages,
squashes, etc., at gthis oiiice on subscrip
tion and wouldn't object to a few fat
fowls." As specie payment has been
resumed, how would a few pounds of
coined sijver do?
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Oil your harness with Buchanan's
Honest Harness Oil. Sold by R. Rees
The supper given Thursdav night by
the ladies' auxiliary for the benefit of
the Hurley band netted about 830.00,
and much praise is due the ladies for
their efforts to assist in maintaining an
organization of which all Hurley is
proud.
The cornet band favored the Herald
with a delightful serenade last Monday
evening, rendering several ot their new
pieces fine style. The boys continue
to improve, and will keep.on doing so
until they reach the top round of the
ladder among Dakota bands.
Mr. Jas. Smullin, accompanied by his
father, started lor Iowa Tuesday morn
ing. His brother, L. L. Smullin, went
with them as far as Hawarden, where
they were met by Dr. Ensign. It is
hoped that lie may soon recover his
health and return to his Dakota home.
It is needless to call attention to the
holiday ad. of the Pioneer Drug Store,
but we would say that any person send
ing out of town for holiday gilts before
examining lirauch's stock, does a great
injustice to the town and to themselves.
Patronize home institutions, ladies and
gentlemen.
The ladies auxiliary to the Grand
Army post ot Huiley will giye a socia
ble in Allen's hall on Wednesday eve
ning, December 10th. Refreshments,
consisting ot hot pop corn and plastic
taffy," will be furnished. The band
will be in attendance and a general
good time may be expected.
We are aware that the Herald has
not been quite up to its usual standard
!or a few weeks. Having been engaged
in building a residence and an office,
and at the same time doing all the
work on the paper, it has kept us pretty
busy. With a continuance ot the pres
ent pleasant weather we will soon be
in our new quarters, when an attempt
will be made to make up for past de
ficiencies.
Cerpenters commenced work Monday
morning on anew building, corner ot
Center avenue and Monroe street, to bo
used as a printing office by the Turner
County llerald. Though not a very
extensive building (18x22) it answers
all requirements for the present, and as
the town grows the Herald will en
deavor to keep pace with it. All are
aware that it takes money to make
these improvements, and thoso know
ing themselves to be in arrears on sub
scription are requested to call as soon
as convenient and "give us a lift" to
the extent of their indebtedness.
I'KKSON'AL.
Postmaster Jenksof Idylwilde was
in town Monday.
Mr. II. Snyder departed for his Hand
county farm on last Sunday morning's
train.
Miss Senter of Spring Valley, has
been visiting with Mrs. P. Allen this
week.
Mr. Christopher Uoectertz was in
from his homestead in 97-55 on Satur
day, and made a pleasant call at the
Herald sanctum.
Mr. Arnold, brother-in-law of Mrs.
W. E. Wortman, has arrived with his
family. He is at present in the employ
of L. L. Smullin.
Bishop Hare was a pleasant caller at
the Hernia sanctum Wednesday, and
expressed himself as highly pleased
with Hurley and its surroundings.
A special meeting of the ladies auxili
ary will be held on Saturday, Dee. Gth,
at 3 p. in., in Allen's hall. Every mem
ber will be expected to be present as the
department inspector will be with us.
MRS. M. S. ROBINSON,
Presideht.
I will loan you money at low interest
and no commission. C. Frederickson
Hurley, D. T.
Auction Sale.
I will offer at public auction, on the
farm of W. II. Harrison, four miles
southwest of Swan Lake, on Monday,
December 8th, 1884, property consisting
ot, 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
household furniture.
The stock will be sold for cash.
W. H. WELLS.
Call and see our Lamps, China ware.
Glass ware, Crockery, Silver ware, &c.,
&c., before buying your Holiday Goods.
MANSFIELD ALLEN.
Do not neglect, when you visit Par
ker, to eall on Parfitt. the photographer
and have your likeness tak^n in No. 1
style.
Lnoke Hecah.
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 harasses in Turner county.
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We respectfully solicit your trade in
GROCERIES and CROCKERY. Please
call and examine our goods, ami get our
prices before purchasing. Our stock is
new, fresh, and of the best quality.
MANSFIELD & ALLEN.
Fresh comb honey at the Pioneer
Drug Store.
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AttcntionFarmers. vc'
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.
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i'. Colic In HoneN
Can be cured by one or two doses of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhea Remedy. It never fails. Thou
sands of cases have been cured by it.
Many veteraiaries 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.
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ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Ofllce at I). Dwyer's Boarding House.
Yankton & Swan Lake
MAIL PASSENGER
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Express Line.
II. II. DEYO, Proprietor,
Yankton offlce at Central House.
I.eav Swan Lake tor Yankton. Monday. Wed
nesday and Friday, on arrival of Parker staue.
Leave Yankton forSwan Lake,Tuesday, Tnur*
day and Saturday, at 6 o'clock in the morning.
Connects at 8wau Lake with stage Tor Hurley
and Parker.
PATENTS
Obtained, and nil PATENT BUKIXKSS at
home or abroad attended to (or MODERATE
FEES.
Our ofllce Is opposite tlie U. S. patent office,
and we can outam patents In lens tunc than
those remote from WASH1XI1TON.
Send MODEL OF DRAWING. Wc advise
as to patentability tree of charge and we
CHARGE NO FEE UNLESS PATENT IS
ALLOWED.
We refer, here, to the postmaster, the Hupt. ol
money order division, and to officials n( the II.
patent ofllce. For circular, advice, terms and
references to actual clients in your own state or
county, write to
Opposite
fcitrat Offl&?\^h&Bt™?y. O.
Miss Florence Baldwin,
DRESSMAKING.
Millinery. Etc.
HURLEY, DAKOTA.
J. E. MILLER, M. D,
Resident
Physician and Surgeon.
HURLEY, DAKOTA.
f~\ f\T the working class. Send 10
VJTV^JJLTAfor
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for postage, and we will
mall vou/rcc, a royal, valuable
ho* of sample goods that will put vou In the way
oi making more money in a few days tlian 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, voting and old.
You can easily earn.from fto cents toSSeverv eve
ning. That all who want work may test the" busi
ness, we make this unparalleled oiler to all who
are not well satisfied we will send $1 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. Don't delay. Start
now. Address
STINHON
Boring W'ells.
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 P. O. box 160.
WlLHKR (LALLOP,
Centreville, Dak.
dt/j/ja week at home. 85.00 outfit free. I'ny
asOOatalntclyiiilre. No risk. Capital not
required. Header, If you want business
at which persons of cither sex. young or old, can
make great pay all the time they work, with abso
lute certainty, write for particulars to H. HaI/
l.KTT & Co. Portland. Maine.
TURNER COUNTV
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Hurlev, D. T.
Banking,
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"Always Lead But Never Follow!"
O A.R O. S N "Y R,
-DEALER IN-
LUMBER
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Shingles,
Lath., Bnilclin
g-paper, IVIonlciirigs.
Office and. Yard South. o± ]Postoffi.ce.
WAGONS™
HURLEY,
& Co. Portland Maine.
TO THE PUBLIC!
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Having bored and drilled more wells
than any other company in the
northwest, and having, in
operation
TWO FIRST-CLASS AUGERS,
we do say
that we are in
the county for the purpose of
Real Estate,
Insurance, Loans.
—FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCIIANGEr-
nanklnc Hours from 9 to 5.
R. E. BUCHANAN
Physician and Surgeon,
Lumber,
Stucco,
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Hurlev
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PARKER, D. T*
All calls promptly atu-mlcd to. Office
OTCT
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.^spaw^s
Good, 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 the 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
riety, Size and Price.
A W A E
CHEAP or"cash.CHEAP
We mean all we say and will not be
Undersold.
NUMBER 31.
Dakota.
WAGONS-
-WAGONS
will sell you wagons on a
W-e-e-p! -4
"QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS!"
Cook Stoves from $3.00 to $30.
Heating Stoves in Every Style,
VINTON & LOVIN,
L. L. SA1 IT I ,1,11ST
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Mastering Hair,
DOOIIS, SASH, 15LINDS, MOULDINGS,
And All Else Usually Kept in a First-Claw Lumber Yard.
HURLEY,
IAK01 A.
TREMONT HOUSE,
C. M. VINTON, Prop.
First Class in Every Respect. Good Sample
Room for Commercial Men.
—c——
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable in Connection
Good Rigs at Reasonable Rates.
Teams with or without drivers furnished on short notice. Horses
the day or week. Fanners will find this a good place to 'f
leave their teams,
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate Security,
A,t Reasonable Rates.
ALL AND SEE MB BEFOItE B0KK0WINO KLSEWIIKItE.
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