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OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
rUUMSHED BY y't 'f W. C. BROWN T.KKM8 9l.ro RP.IT YEAR, Oovornor,... (illbert A. Fierce Secretary.. 1. H. Teller Chief Justice... J. 'RACE 1 w:'• rrv" FOLXTME III. *3T&Z Turner Herald CHURCH—Corner Park Boulevard and Dakota street. IteV. M. Hoyt, missionary in charge. From and after June 1st till Advent Sunday, services will be held as follows: First Sunday of each month morning prayer at 7 a holy communion with sermon at 11 a. m. All other Sundays holy communion at 7 a. in. morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. Eve ning prayer and sermon at 8 p. m. Evening prayer and lecture each Friday evening. All church fasts and festivals observed as tlicy occur. Sunday school and Bible class immedi ately after morning service. APTIST CHtTRcn—Comer Park Boulovard and Dakota street. Rev. Coflman pastor. Ser vices every Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 12 m. Prayer meeting every Thursday eve ning at S p. m. Young people's prayer meeting Sunday evening at 8 p. m. E. CHURCH—Swan Lake—Itev. Win. Gray, oastor. Services every two weeks, at a. m. •Sundav school at 2 m. JE. S. M'COOK POST, NO. 31, CI. A. R, it. 8. Itobinson J. H. Wood mmander, cnior vice commander, iitnur vice commander, haplaln. fflcer of the day, fficer of theguard, ureeon, diudaut, uartermaster, uurterm lister-sergeant, ergeant-major, •ViS In Advance. TfflS PAPER JttKM AdveftlsliiffBar«ma(108prt2e«8t.Vwhem JulTertldna MBtncu may bo madofor It lit RETVIOBlu GENERAL DIRECTORY. C. 8. OKKICKIt.1. c. Etlmrtoii Judge Fourth Judicial District 8.1'aimer Marshal. Harrison Allen Prosecuting Attorney l.llngli J. Campbell Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Surveyor general "Cortcz b'esscndcu Jollector Internal, Kerenue Yankton Ci. A. Wetter i"iandler Heglstcr I.and Ofllce, .teoolver »J,5 S TKMUTOKIAL OFFICERS. Delegate in Congress O 8 Glftord Treasurer W ltaymond Auditor E W Caldwell Attorney General Rice Supt Public Instruction A Hheridan Jones COUNTY OKKlCKItS. Register of Deeds., ^treasurer I Moore J. 1). itceliv Sheriff X. II. Newby Judge of Probate 0. C. Stuart ssessor '. Peterson uperlntendent of Schools li W Sloan roner It E lluehanan Purveyor I Cutter 'lerk of Court Yale P. Thiclman Countv Attorney DCone ""•oinnilMloners—S N Monk, Decatur Stewart, osepli Alien. August Kauftinann, Andrew Ber telson ClIUItCH DIREOTOItV. KSBYSRRIAN CHVRCH—Win Hill, pastor. Services at the school liousc every other Sun day at 3 o'clock p. m. ATHOUC CHURCH—Near Swan' Lake. Itev George Slicehan. pastor. Servlcds on the sec ond Sunday of each month, "commencjng.at 10:30 a. ra. Catechism immediately after mass. Buchanan Mclntlre IW Dibble I., Clark It Martin II Sanborn C. A. Near l'oole J,0. Brodle Meet first and third Saturday of each month 17 p. m.. In Allen's hall. HURLEY LODGE NO. 01. I. O. O. T. Meets every Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock Visiting members cordially invited to attend. It. B. F.M. BROWN, W. R. 8. ALLEN, W. C. T. Chicago and Northwestern Railway Time Table. 'JV.\: TRAINS GOING EAST. Passenger, No, 42 5:50 p. m. Freight, 45 2:27 p. W. E. WORTMAN.Agent HURLEY MARKETS. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY MANSFIELD & ALLEN, GROCERS 81 Flax Barley, No. 1 No. 2 Hides, green Onions Potatoes Sugar, per lb Flour, per cwt Hay, per ton Apples Hogs Salt AUGUST 6,1885. Wheat—No. 1 8 No. 2 No. 3 Rye Oats... Corn Butter. I.OCAL MENTION. The hum of the thresher will soon make music. Try that libas Drug store. 111. OOINO WEST. Passenger, No. 41 0:10 a.m. Freight, "45 12:10 a. m. Make through connection for Chicago aud Sioux City. W. A. THRALL, Gen'l Ticket Agent. 70 1.00 30 32 7@15 0 V. 4 5 0 50 6@10 1.00 firstname.lastname@example.org 4.00 3.65 2.00 BUSINESS BRIEFS. Rock sait at Hogan & Pier's. "White bpans, nice and clean," at Sargent's. Leaye your orders at Pioneer Drug store for Ice. Boots and shoos at cost for cash, at J. Sargent's. For straw hats, wool hats or fur hats go to Hogan & Pier's. Just received, a new stock of dress goods, hosiery and notions, which will be sold cheaper than ever at Hogen & Pier's. For Sale—or will trade for young stock a good team of horses and a har ness and wagon. Enquire at the Her ald office. The .Northwestern company run a refrigerator car through Hurley for Chicago every Wednesday, and farmers and others shipping butter find this a great convenince, A meeting of the W. C. T. U. will bo held at the Baptist Church on Aug. 12, for the purpose of electing the offlceis of the local union of Hurley for the ensuing year. All members and inter ested christain workers are earnestly solicited to be present. HURLEY—Mondays. CENTREVILLK—Tuesdays, PABKKB—Saturdays. 1 Bottom Knocked Out, on prices on my whole stock of Lamps, which will be sold strictly at original cost, now is your time to light up, call and see 'em. At Pioneer Drug Store. Dentistry* Dr. L. R. Alderman will, until fur ther. notice, be prepared to meet those requiring his service, as follows: Lemonade at Pioneer Jiuy your tubs, pails and butter tubs of, Ilogan & Tier. Call and see those cheap bed spreads at Ilogan & Pier's. For cheap dennns, ticking, prints &c. go to Hogan & Pier's. L. D. Parmer hits taken possession of the Yankton postollice. 13est machine oil 30 e'ents per gallon at G. 11. Montgomery's. A good supply of self-sealing fruit jars at, Ilogan & Pier's. Some one is going to get a $55.00 sew ing machine for nothing. Always on hand at the Pioneer Drug store,—Plenty of machine oil. Tho choicest line of Tobacco anil Cigars at Pioneer Drug store. Fruits, confectionary and Pampas Plumes, at Pioneer Drug store. The population of Yankton county is 9,540, and that of the city 3,803. Six dozen common chairs at 50 cents each, spot cash. Mansfield & Allen. It is said that our city marshal takes great interest in destitute families. Paints, Oils and brushes of the very best qualtity, at Pioneer Drug store. Seventeen pounds good preserving sugar for §1.00 cash. Mansfield & Allen. You will save money by trading your butter, eggs, potatoes and cash at Sar gent's. For Sale Cheap: One set of tinner's tools. Enquire of Rowland Rees, Hur ley, Dak. If the regulation of the weather was left to the fat men, you would hear something drop. Our 40 cent tea is a pure uncolored apan, good strength and flavor, try it. Mansfield & Allen. Dont forget that you can get machine Oils from 40 cents to 31.60 per gallon, at Pioneer Drug Store. !New stock Clothing just received which I will sell cheap, for cash or ready pay only. unia Sargent. The prairie chicken crop promises to be a large one, and they will be ready for picking a week from Saturday. If you want to borrow money on real estate or chattels, call at the Herald office or on M. J. Hogan at Parker. Mrs. Jorgen Jenson, who resided about five miles south of Swan Lake, died last week, and was burrled 'Monday. Mr. Bundell cut twenty-five acres of grain with a self-binder on the tarm of Thos. Hill between 3 p. m. and daylight. Hurley has anothor dray line, Sibley AVelch having taken out a license to assist the other two lines in doing the town draying, It is reported that ankton is soon to have another daily paper—yes, two of them one from the Herald office and one from anew combination. Mrs. A. D. Tomlinson is meeting with marked success In her canvass for the Equitable Mutual Life and Endow ment association of Waterloo, Iowa. Spring chickens may be rather rich for the printet's blood, but a limited number will be taken (that is if the op portunity is offered) at this office on subscription. An order from the postofflce depart ment directs the closing of all postofflces on the 8th inst., between the hours of one and Ave p. in., the day of General Grant's funeral. Walter II. Carr, ot Pail. Kearney post. Yankton attended the funeral of Gen. Grant as one of Dakota's Grand Army representatives on the color guard on that occasion. "We won't be undersold on groceries and crockery by anyone, our stock is fresh and clean and bought as cheap as cash would buy it. We garantee satis faction. Mansfield & Allen. Regular meeting of Reynolds Camp No. 5, S. of V. will be held in G. A. It. hall Saturday evening, August 8th. Let every member be present, as there is business of importance to be trans acted. If the party who recently sent a com munication to this office, without send ing their name, will please call, and acknowledge the same we shall be pleased to give the article space in the Herald. It is rumored that the new town on the line of the Centreville-Y ankton branch will be in ankton county, near the Clay county line. Doubtless Yank ton county wants the increased valu ation to assist in paying Ker bonded in debtedness—and she deserves it. A Spring Valley farmer whose crops Was slightly damaged by hail several weeks ago, reports that tho company in which he was insured has failed to settle the loss as yet. This case will be watched and should they fail to adjust the loss the Herald promises them some free advertising, 1 A bachelor brother editor is moved to mention that one of the greatest puz zles known to him grew out of his be ing a recent observing spectator of young people playing Copenhagen at a picnic. The hard puzzle was to know why the girls who fought so hard against being kissed played the game at all. They didn't" have to." Huron Leader: While recently ex amining the profile of the C. & N. W. R'y, we noticed a remarkable feature, namely: Between Huron and Blunt there is next to the longest piece of straight track in the United States. It begins two miles east of St. Lawreuce and extends nearly so Blunt—and in that fifty miles there is not one deflects ion from a .straight line. The longest straight track in our country is from Norfolk to Petersburg, Va., eighty-one miles, In which there is neither a grade or curve, Items from Spring Valley ami Ylcknity. Hot hotter hottest. The farmers have commenced harvest and are progressing finely. The best music furnished is the noise of the reeper. Jerry Manning and Jack Swan rep resented Hurley in the Valley last Sunday. Mrs. Dr. Buchanan is spending a few days at the home of her father-in-law. Three or four of Spring Valley's enterprising young men engaged in a foot race the other day and t'has. Wood ward came out champion. A fine shower of rain fell last even ing which was greatly needed, especi ally by the corn crop. liobt. Ilershey's form still keeps in creasing. "May his shadow never grow less." A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men. Liman Norris is said to have the best crops in the country. A Good Teniplers picnic was held at Swan Lake July 22, and all that were present report a good time. Spring Valley has a dude. ALPHA AND OMEGA. Northern Lights. AKKEIL MAJESTICALLY 'WHEELS INTO LI-NIC AS A CITY OF FYCLONES. PARKER, JULY 31,1885. Y'esterday afternoon a solitary pedes trian might perhaps have noticed small groups of our town people, here and there, like the fishermen of Galilee, gazing upwards. This astronomical at titude was caused by dense masses of clouds which seemed to be working to wards one common center. One by stander quietly remarked that it had the traditional appearance of a, stem winder, which had a tendency to quiet the nerves of a few cranks who were trying to create a panic, the counten ance of the majority wore an expression that was both childlike and bland. The heavens now began to assume a kind of jealously green tint, as this curious freak of nature was scoring for a good start, disinterested observers were numerous, one man's nerves re laxed a little, he said it was a billious attack owing to drinking to much buttermilk, another remarked that he had better go home as his wife might get nervous, but as for himself he wanted to see the thing gyrate. Con siderable interest was now manifested in regard to the cellars for fear the storm would get in and spill the milk. One man suddenly recolected his wife wanted some soap and that was the last of him. The corner-stone of the Era In his anxiety to get to the front to take notes mistook the opening in the basement for the front door, turned a double somersault down cellar and as he struck with dull and sickening thud shouted copy." An individual-who generally inflates himself at the ex pense of others gathered his olive branches around him and, as the bright dew-drops coursed the cheeks of a lov ing wife, deviated his person of all valuables and tried to crawl into rat hole. A little north of town the two currents joined hands and the band commenced to play, it glided playfully across the bridge, then seem ingly having forgolen something turned back, took a spin down the riyer cut a few pigeon wings in a small corn field, and then commenced a four handed reel around Sanborn's cow stable. One of our too utterly nice young men hear ing it singing its sweet lullaby and thinking Gabriel was about to sound the key note, left his temporary abode and sought refuge behind the friendly folds of a mother hubbard—may the Lord pity the poor shorn lamb. It soon organized into a base ball club and suc ceeded in whitewashing an old hen that was securely tucked away in one corncr A small audience of duels that-had procured front seats to wit ness the trapese performance of the old hen are now sailing upon celestial wa ters looking around for more worlds to conquer, it espied Ike Wilsey watching the circus from the corner of his house made a dive in that direction. Failing to make a corkscrew out of him it waltzed into his hog lot and laid little bunches of bristles around with the precision of a self-binder, and then quietly folded its tent and stole silently away. One of the Court House rats had the audacity to remark that if that was a stem winder's best record he would like to try one the two best out of three that when the Inst one called time, he was down on the base ball ground practicing. After making dili gent inquiry your corrospondent failed to find any men that remained in the c»llar during tho la3t unpleasantness it was the women, some few may have got behind the breastworks bub- not many. One fact has been thoroughly demonstrated: that the bald-headed brigade are cyclone proof. The self satisfied smile that rests upon Thiel man's countinance bears me out in this assertion and 1 would advise every-one, whenever they see any indications ot electric disturbiince, to consult a barber immediately. 4?^V^CA mw ^••Vr~- AUGUST 2,1885. EXIT. As will be seen by the call published elsewhere, a determined effort is to be made bv the business men of southeast ern Dakota to free themselves from the grasp of the insurance monopoly. The rates now charged are exorbitant, and all owning property are interested in securing a reduction. Let the business men of Hurley talk this matter over and select one of their number to rep resent them at the Huron convention On the 20th of the present month. An exchange says: A sheol of a time is what they will have at the Sioux Falls convention in September. There will be the monopoly lobby, tho saloon lobby, the farmers lobby, the church lobby, the prohibitionists lobby and the woman's rights lobby, all trying to, and bome succeeding in buying votes. s# Memorial Services. Services will be held at School House hall, Hurley, Saturday, August 8th at two p. m. in honor ot the memory of U. S. Grant. The services will be held Under the auspices of the G. A. li. as sisted by other organizations, and it is to be hoped that all citizens will join in this expression of respect to the mem ory of him who led the victorious armies of the union and secured an era of peace and prosperity for all living beneath the folds of the American flag. I. O. G. T. Installation. At the installation of oflicers in Hur ley Lodge No. 91, of Hurley, Tuesday evening, Aug. 4th, the following offlcers were duly installed by Lodge Deputy 11. itees: 1$. 15. Allen, W. C. T. Lena Ilamblin, W. V. T. F. M. Brown, W. It. S. W. Park, W. F. S. l'erna Walker, W. T. 11. U. Deyo, W. C. Lorenzo Swan, W. M. Lola Jenks, W. I. (J. Will Sill, W. O. G. Eva McGrew, W. A. S. Alice Near, W. D. M. Lilly I'rcseott, \V. It. S. Myra Judson, W. L. S. Special Noticu» Members of Hurley Lodge No. 91, I. O. G. you are hereby requested to meet at lodge room, Saturday Aug. 8th, at 1, p. m., to take part in the memor ial services of Gen. Grant, that being the day set apart for his burial. By order ot W. C. T. B. ALLEN. F. M. Brown, W. B. S. .Programme Of the W. C. T. U. convention of Tur ner county, to be held at Hurley, Aug. 20, 1885: 10 a. m. Convention called to order by the president. 10 a. m. Beading of scriptures, prayer and singing. 10:30 a. m. Address of welcome—Mrs. S. Conklin. 10:45. Response--Mrs. M. Sanderson. 11 a. m. Whot liiis Dakota gained thus far by the efforts of our Woman's Christian Temperance Union?—Mrs. J. P. Cottsn. 11 15. Song. 11:20. Select reading—Mrs.L. Cutter. 11:30. Reports from local unions. 12 in. Recess. AFTERNOON. 2 p. m. Devotional exercises, led by Mrs. Harmon. 2:30. General business and election of officers. 3:00. A bright side of the picture, or some words of hope and helpfulness M. Cutler. 3:15. Question box—Mrs. Bremer. 3:45. Intermission. 3:50. Song—Miss Edith Ward. 3:55. The enfranchisement of woman as a temperance measure (followed by discussion)—Rev. C. G. Cressy. 4:30. Words of parting—Mrs. M. M. Davis. 7:45. Devotional exercises, led by Mrs. Sill. 8 00. Music by the choir. Lecture, by Mrs. Gfeenly. Music by the choir. M. M. DAVIS, MRS II. P. SWEET, Vice i'res't. Recording Sec'v. The voters of the city of Yankton will to day decide the question of bond ing the city for $75,000 to secure the Northwestern railroad. It is said that the C. M. & St. P. company will use money in an attempt to defeat the bonds. lee Cream! Ice Cream 11 Ice cream will be served at the Trc niout House every Tuesday and Satur day evenings after 8, o'clock. The Centrcvilie-Yankton Juine. Sioux City Journal: Albert Elliott, a business man of Centreville, tells a re porter that the Northwestern islocated and cross sectioned that the chief en gineer of the Northwestern is having an office fitted up at Centreville that all the right of way that could be pur chased has been bought, and paid far, and that grading is expected to com mence witiiin a few days. The pur chase of right of way means business. As heretofore suggested the road is not likely to stop at Yankton. Either from that point, or more probably about mid way between Centreville and YRankton, there is likely to be a line built to the unoccupied territory west of the Jim. An insurance man tells as a fact that he was called out into the country to idjustalossonahorso on which his company had tornado insurance. The farmer said that the horse had died of colic, and that if tornado insurance did not cover all losses by wind, he did not want any more insurance. An exchange has the following to say on that all-important subject, ad vertising: It can be laid down as rule that in these days of universal ud yertising the man who doesn't' adver tise either has nothing for sale which will bear talking about or he is so old fogyish in his methods of business that he luts gotten so far behind the times that he will never catch up. There is no surer eyidence of snap and energy in a business man or firm than adver tising well the store or ware-room and with such advertiser, the purchaser finds the latest styles, the best mater ials, and tho most approved patterns, most reliable goods, and the most ad vanced business methods. Advertising pays not only in the matter of attract ing customers, which is the legitimate aim of all advertisements, but it ena bles tho reader to see who are the real ly live and energetic men in any line of business. '3: "Welcome Tiding*. Xo cotlstimers of the weed. At Pio neer Drug store can bo had the "Rosamond" and "Texas Sittings," the best- 5 cent cigars in the world. ,., Si dM JOSEPH V. I/AMSON rKltSONAI.. Mrs. Choate, of Huron, visited in Hurley this week. Mrs. Baldwin and her daughter Flora went north on Sunday morning's train. J. O. Brodie has returned to Hurley after visiting portions of the south and north. Mr. David Gowdy arrived Tuesday morning and will re.nain in Hurley ior some time. Dr. A. L. Peterman of Parker, was in town Wednesday examining appli cants for admission to the A. O. U. V\ Mr. Z. C. Sutton, of Huron organized a lodge of Ancient Order of United Workmen at Hurley, Wednesday even ing. NateL. Colby, of the Pieatonica (111.) News, accompanied by his wife were visiting with "W. T. Hancock and family this week. John L. Pennington, local reporter on the Sioux F.llls Press made this office a pleasent call Monday, while rest ing from ahorseback ride from Yank ton to Sioux Falls. J. J. Mansfield and bride are expected home this week from their extended eastern trip. It will keep John busy for some time telling of all the wonders he has seen during his absence. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Edwards and two children, arrived from Yankton Wed nesday afternoon and are visiting with Mrs. Edward's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Hoyt. Mrs, Edwards and children will accompany her d« lighter, Mrs. Choate, to her home at Huron and make a visit. Headquarters for boots and shoes, Hogan & Pier's Best caster oil 80 cents per gallon at Hogan & Pier's. Headquarters for boots and shoes at Hogan & Pier's. Twenty-two bars soap for 81.00 at, Ilogan & Pier's. Cistern, chain and wood pumps cheap at Montgomery's Seven pounds choice rio coffee 91.00 at, Hogan & Pier's. Mrs. udson's new house is nearly enclosed. The location is a fine one and convenient to town and the farm, The rains of the past week have done considerable damage to down grain and have interfered with hay cutting. ^,y"%V7SH G. II. Montgomery has purchased Rees' stock of hardware, Mr. Roes taking in exchange therefor Mr. Mont gomerie's stock of drugs. If you want to see a neat weather vane, cast your eyes to the top of the spire of the Presbyterian church and view the one built by Frank Ilamblin the best tinner in Turner county. A short tune since Jake Williams employed a tramp to work for him, and yesterday morning the aforesaid gave notice that he was going to quit and that unless his pay was handed to him immediatly, there would be war After vainlj' endeavoring to quiet him. Jake announced his readiness for hos tilities to open, and ere miuiy minutes the t. was sueing for mercy. lie spent, tho balance of the day bathing his head and this morning Jake brought him to town and paid him oil'. iesterday morning Charlie Poole missed a pair cf shoes which he soon after I'ound encasing the feet of a stun mer foot traveler. The language which Charlie used in expressing his opinion of the act was of sufficient force to in duce the fellow to return the borrowed articles. Charlie told the fellow that if ho needed a pair of shoes very bad and.had asked hiin ror them the matter might have resulted different, to which the fellow replied: 1 was looking lor you to see if I could have them." Report of School No. 8, Middleton Township, for the month ending July 24th: No. days taught. 20 No. unrolled 13 No. neither absent or tardy ('urine the term, 2 names of those neither ab sent or tardy, Lendall Negus and Cecil Negus. Average for month, 10.75 averago for term, 10.32. Josurn HURLEY, DAKOTA, THURSDAY. 1885. NUMBER SciniYVKii Watertown, Finley and Riverside llour every sack warranter!, call and gel price-, t'-. 1 He gan & Fier. A S O N & S I DKAL.KK IN At :i business mens' couviMiticmliclil 111 tlic* city nt Huron n:i Thursday, July lGtli, 1«», a tempo iry B»ril of Directors wns elected for the pur pose of organizing a mutual Insurance company for south-eastern Dakota. The object or litis company is to secure relief from the exorbitant •ates of insurance now imposetl by board com panies. A general plan lias been agreed upon, lileli is practicable, equitable, ami aflordB un questionable security at actual cost. In order that all sect ions might have representation ami a Dice In the permanent organisation of the com iny tho Board of Directors deemed It advisable to hold a second convention, and gave Instruc tions that a call for such meeting be issued. In Accordance with tills determination, a delegate convention Is hereby called to meet in tlic city of Huron, on Thursday, August 20th, for the pur pose ot perfecting a permanent organization of a mutual insurance company. Delegates will be allowed to cities and towns as follows: Sioux Falls Chamberlain 2 Yankton 4 I ltedlielil 2 Huron .11 lirookings 2 1'ierre :i Mllbauk 2 Mitchell 3 I Canton 2 Watertown :i I Elk l'olnt 2 Aberdeen a Vermillion 2 All other cities anil towns one delegate each. 11. H. PHASE, A. DAVIS, President. Secretary. Not ice. Ai person wishing to cut hay on my h'.,Hl will please make arrangements with mo Yankton. Parties cutting hay, or herui.-'jr cattle on the same without my cuiisei.' are liable to a line. JOIIls' Witness our hands this flth day of July, 1885. Row r..vxi REES. J. H. GAI.LAOIIKlt. Kstniy Not left. Taken up by the undersigned, July 3nt on his farm in ttprin* Valley, two ealves about E Farm Machinery, Come and see us before going elsewhere to purchase. DON FORGET THE PLACE-AT THE LUMBER YARD NEAR THE C. & N. W, DKPOT —IIU11LEY. DAKOTA. A Call. 13 V. SIUFFMAN. 11 ay land—320 acres to rent within one-liall' mile of Hurley depot. LAFKA AI.DEIIMAX "Wells. I will be at Hurley and vicinety to put down wells for parties wishing them. Leave your.order at G. II. Mont gomery's store. Wu.nrcn (iAi.i.ori'. Dissolution of Partnership. Notice is hereby given that the part nership heretofore existing between Rowland Rees and J. H. Gallagher, under the firm name of Rees & Galla gher, is this dnv dissolved by mutual agreement, J. II. Gallagher retiring. All accounts due said (irm will be paid to Rowland Rees, who will pay all ac counts aginst said lirm. HIX weeks, old—one roan bull and one spotted lieifer. Tlic owner Is requested to pay eharges and take theui away. A. A. 1*OWKIM». One mile north of Spring Valley 1'ostofllce. T. W. KYTE, Contractor and Builder, HURLEY, DAKOTA. Plans and Specifications furnished on short notice. Coffins, Caskets, Pic ture Frames. Slioio AVork: A specialty, and entire satiafaction guaranteed in all cases. l-'urniture Repaired. AGENTS WANTED FOR THE NEW ROOK, DEEDS OF DARING BY BLUE & GREY. I'he great eolleetlon of the most thrilling per sonal adventures on both sides during the Great Civil War. Intensely interesting accounts of ex ploits of scouts aud spies, forlorn hopes, heroic nravuiy. Imprisonments and hair-breadth es capes. romantic Incidents, hand-to-linnd strug gles, humorous and trade events, perilous journ eys. bold dashes, brilliant successes and mag nauimous rations on ench side the line. 70 '•banters. l'KOFUSEIA* ILLUSTRATED to the Ufe. No other book at all like It. 'Outsells every thing. Address. STANDAUD PI'HLISHINC HOUSE. iioa I'ine St., ST. LOUIS, Mn. 0 The BUYERS' GUIDE Issued March and Sept.( 1 each year* $116 pages* 1 8%xll}4 inches,with over 3,000 illustrations a whole Picture Gallery. 2 GIVES Wholesale Prices direct to eonsumcr* on all goods for personal or fiunHf use. Tells how to order, and gives exact coil ot every* thing yon use, eat, drlnlc, wear, or hare fun with. These INVALtJABT.K BOOKS contain information gleaned from the markets of the world* We will mail a copy FREE to any ad dress upon receipt of 10 cU. to defray expense of mailing. Vet ns hear from you. Respectfully, MONTGOMERY WARD CO. £87 dp 220 Wabash Avenue, Chicago III* -w.l Ai 5: G. H. MONTGOMERY, DEALER IN Paints, Toilet Goods. rili.ST HURLEY, Lnto Kw'r iJ. s. —YAXKTOX, DAK.— Will TrnrdcM* in all thn Courts of tin Torritorv. Contests Involving Ijiml Titles a Spec ialty, iiul all iltisincss before the V. O. C. STUART, ro1 a 1 :e ucl e5 TURNER COU.NTY, DAK. Jtcgular terms of court on the first Monday in Jantmry, Mai'eh, Msiv. .Inly, September and November. Spcelal terms whenever required. roStofflce address* to pay for msiling aud writpping, and names of two book agents, will receive FK1SK STKFL FINISH OUU PIUCSUMiXTS, including BB C. Sp&hil attention paid to coimncrelul trav elers. M:un Street near Center Ave., LKONIDAS L. SMVLUN G- 8 Brushes, Cismr: A W A E Stoves, Cutlery, Tin-ware, And every tiling usually kept in A Well Stocked Hardware Store. DOOK AVP-ST OK Tlliv I'OSTOFFK'H, lTnttiul States Oumu'r. L. D. E P00RE, Attorney-at-Law, S. l«anil Oitteu Promptly Attended to. DAKOTA. TREM0NT HOUSE, T- W- KYTE, Proprietor, II17HLEY, DAKOTA. One of the best hotels in Southern Dakota. Strict attention paid to guests# Special rates to farmers, who will Six! this an excellent place )o step. K. T\ KKNNKOY. MWAX I*AKK. DAKOTA. Onr readers for 12 cents In postage stamps 21 I'AUL.OJL KNC.ItA VIX1 of all CLKVKLANO, sl/.e 2*2x28 in. worth ?4.oo. Address, Elder rim.Co., Chicago, 111. VINTON, Livery, and Sale Stable,v Teams fiirulshwl with or without ili lvcrs at reasonable rates, J1UKLEY.DAK. Yankton & Swan Lake MAIL PASSENGER ANIH- Express Line. 11. II. Proprietor. Yankton onicr at Central House. Lcav Swan Lake for Yankton. Mouilav. Wed nesday and i'Tidav.on arrival of l'arkcr staue. lcnvn Yankton forsw:m I^ike.Tuesday.Tnurs day aud SatnrdiiY. at« oVlock in the morning. Connects at Swan Lake with stare for Hurley aad J'arker. FINLAY ROLLER MILL. Norton & Gcrkcn, GOODl^LOTJ ,3fc- Arc Invited to Givens a Cull. All work Cliuirantced-T .19 ft w§l Etc., :Ktc. I R. V. JONK*. KENNEDY & JONES, Attorneys at Law, l'AHKIill, DAKOTA. J. H. GALLAGHER, DELIST. OI-TIFK WITH ins. K. I:. SII.L. J1UHLKY, DAKOTA. E. E. SILL Homeopathic Physician —AND-- SiiL'.u'eoii. (\iTtec Over Turner Chimin 1'anU: Ojflct /fours HURLEY, DAKOTA- R.E.BUCHANAN Physician and Surgeon. PARKER, Ollli'i' II. I'rnprictors. -—All Farmers *Vi.~!inig~- •M a* D. T- All calls promptly attended to. Office ovft Oils Gilbert'» store. B. W. SLOAN, Count Superintendent of Schools for Turner County, Dakota. IIIIP diKir south of Scott' Stover & Co.'s store. I I'liln'vllli', Dak. Ill otlice c\c.-v MniuU CHAS. G. SEIFERT, M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND NOTAKY l'l'ISLIC. Money leaned on Heal l'state. Land Bought ami 3old. luxos ixilil (or Non-rcalUeiita. Agent for several flrst-olmw steamship Unci. MAItlON, DAKOTA. G. CLARK & CO.. Watchmakers, Jewelers & Opticians 11 :ui- Je.welrv Made to Order. AN KTON a '34^ f0 p- A DAKOTA.