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II 1 f, ?i^l»8r*9^ VOLUME IV Turner County Herald. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. %i?r PUBLISHED BY ,,,.... W. c. BROWN, TKHM8 FL.50 1'KII YKAJI, In Advance. THIS PAPER MwImm eootncu mar bo nutdo tor it ^.GENERAL DIRECTORY. fef U. 8. OKFICEBB. Auditor(.i..a .filtbe'rt A.' Pierce M-'I- Knufilnann» &« 3% Andrew Bctelson, Soreu cuuBcxr iJWECToity. l'llR8n\SKRiAK Cliuitcii—Will Hill, pastor. Ben lecs at the Trace church every otliei Sun day at 3 o'clock p. m. CATnoi-io CHURCH—Near Swan Lake. Rev Edward rower, pastor. Mass at 11 o'clock a. to bo followed with catechism, alternating cacli second Sunday with Ccntrevll'e. BAPTIST CHURCH—Corner I'ark Boulevard and Dakota street. Rev. Coitman pastor. Ker •, vices every Sunday at 11 a. in. Sunday school S- at m. Prayer meeting every Thursday eve ning at S p. m. Young people's prayer meeting Sunday evening at 8 p. ni. n. Cuitcu—ltev. I. A. Sparks, pastor. Ser vile at Crace cliureh every nnday at 11 a. m.: at Spring Valley school house at3 p. m. •r K. S. M'COOK TOST, NO. 31, (1, A. It, Meet first and third Saturday of each month at 7 p. in., in Allen's liall. 1IV8I.KV I.ODGK NO. 91, I. O. n. T. Meets every Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock ft Visiting members cordially invited to attend. Degree meetings. 8econd and Fourth Fridays in each month. C. II. OODiMiii), W. (J. T. Miss CABBIE COKKLIN, W. It. S. Chicago and Northwestern IlHtlwny Time T»lle. TRAINS OOINO EAST. Passenger, No, 42 B-JSO p. m, 2:35 p. m. eng freight, GOING WK8T. Passenger, No. 41 9:22 a. m. freight, 45 10 5G a. m. Mako through connection lor Chicago and Sioux City. Yankton trains connect at Centreville with both morning and evening passenger. W, A. THUAU,, Gcn'I Ticket Agent. k3 r-~v rt W. E. WOKTMAK. Agent ^50,000.00 ,To loan on good real estate security. W. C. DROWN, Agent. HUKLKY UUK»"tS. niSPORTED BY J. H. FARNSWORTH Wheat—No. 2—55c. Wheat—JN o. 3—45@50c. Oats—White—20c. Oats—Mixed—18@19c. Harley—No. 2—50c. Barley—N o. 3—30c. Barley—No. 4—20c. Flas seed—80@85c. L,. Corn—20@21c. Rye—30c. BUSINESS BHIEFS. Jos. Allen loans money. Bring1 in your job-work. You will save money by trading your butter, eggs, potatoes and cash at Sar gent's. We are now prepared to take applica tions for insurance against loss to crops by hail. We have got the crockcry, and got it pretty bad. Call and see it at Mans field & Allen's. A RARE OPPORTUNITY. I now offer for sale, in lots to suit purchasers, thirty acres of desirable land within the corporate limits of the town of Hurley. Terms and prices reasonable. Call early and secure a bargain. ISR E. M. JUDSON, SI0,000.00. To loan on chattel security. Jos. ALLEN. Ilorses for sale. ®mM- W. K. GOWDY. A Strong Endorsement. The. following strong endorsement has been given bv the Territorial Farm ers' Alliance to the Dakota Mutual In surance Company: As superintendent of information on Insurance for the Territorial Farmers Alliance. I have examined the plan of the Dakota Ma tual Insurance Company, and approve it, atd especially recommend its Hail Department to the consideration of our iocal Alliances. r. A. HENRY,Sup't of Insurance. I cordially endorse the recommenda tion of J. A. Henry, Esq. H. L. LOUCKS, President. We fully endorse the above. A. D. CHASE. Treasurer, W. F. T. BUSHNELL, Secretary. Stock Pastared, Two miles northwest of Hurley, in good pasture with living water, by .IOHN WORMWOOD. ••••GR? NOTICE. The Chicago & North-Western Bail way refrigerator car passes through Hurley everv Wednesday for Chicago. W. E. WORTMAN, Agent. /n «!*?„•}. McConr-ack Cnlef wUStlco..., Kardp^f TVfnn Judge Fourth Judicial lisVrh^ Marshal D. W Marat tit Prosecuting Aitorney john JE. Garland Assistant Prosecuting Attorney... purveyor general Marfe'Tiivim* Collector fnternal ltevinuo:..:. or rtcglstcr Land Office. Yankton A. Wetter tecoivcr ... F. M. Zicbuc" TKItltlTOBIAI. 1FFICBR8. Relegate In Congress oS Gilford £nSSSler ,,nyl»"d J2 W Caldwelt Attorney tlenerai nice 8Upt Public Instruction A Sheridan Jones COUNTY OKFICKH8. tteglftter ol Deeds Treasurer •Sheriff Judtje of Probate Vssessor superintendent of Schools'. Doroner purveyor ......... r»tY7»* rnnnt^/i?1''" Vale 1\ Thielmau CountN Attorney \y c*one CommisHioncrs—Decatur Stewart. Joseph Allen. NefSon Moore «J. H. Heebe ..... .1. II. Newby O.C. Stuart O O Peterson inv Sloan KE fineluinaii J») Cutter Mm• ,. ti*' THE SEASON IS IIKKE When the housewife in the morning early from her bed doth rlse4 And around her paper cttrls a towel! deliberately ties/ And puts on a faded wrapper that is mnch the worse for wear, And dcccnds into the cellar with a gr 1m, deter mined air When there's beard an awfui clattering In the regions down below, And shouts ol Jane, come hurry up! How ean you be so slow?" When you decend the stairs to take your Matu tinal mush, And In the lmll you're tripped up by a mop and whitewash brush— These signs are full ot omen at this season of the year They tell the wretched husband that house cleaning time is here. —Exchange, LOCAL MENTION. lntlia-Kubber hypocrits." "Crawling, slimy hypocrites." Cattle are filling up on green feed. Parasols, all styles, at Pier & Fergu sons. Week-kneed pseudo temperance pukes." ip For cheap Cod Fish go to Pier & Ferguson's. Gasoline and Keiosene at Lamson's hardware store. 8100,000 to loan on Heal Estate. En quire of C. M. Pier. J. V. Lamson is enclosing his resi dence with a neat fence. The frame of the Catholic church is up and partially enclosed. Boots and shoes—a full line and low prices at Pier & Ferguson's. Have you heard of the strike at Elliott & Bach's on barb wire. A farm for rent or sale. Apply to J. P. Schilfman, Yankton, Dakota. Services will be held at the Presby terian church Sunday at the usual hour. For clean, sowing Flax Seed, go to Elliott & Bach. We sell for cash or on time. A postoffice has been established at Wakonda, with H.E.France as post master. Storm caves are being built at the school houses in some portions of the territory. St. Patrick's Pills correct bilious dip. orders and prevent all diseases arising from them. Mr. A. D. Tomlinson received a tele gram yesterday conveying the sad news of the death of his mother. Services will be held at Garce (Epis copal) church Sunday at 3:30, Rev. Wicks, of Canton, officiating. A full line of Hosiery, Gloves, Hand kerchiefs, notions. Gents furnishing goods, etc., at Pier & Ferguson's. New stock Clothing just received which I will sell cheap, for cash or ready pay only. Junia .Sargent. Insure in the Dakota Mutual. Jos, Allen will make out your papers, and give you ail necessary information. G. S. Conklin has been treating him self to a new fence around his residence and says a sidewalk in front will fol low soon. Naughton Bros, want men and teams on the Scotland extension, and offer 81.50 a day for the former and 83.50 for the latter. The best treatment for cuts, bruises sprains, swellings and lameness is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Sold by E. Brauch. We hear that T. B. Martin has pur chased two lots on Court House Square, and will build a house upon his return from the east. The skating rink is being dismalted preparatory to being towed up the street one block, where it will be an chored and fitted up for & store build ing. The buttermilk brigade "\were on hand at the creamery at the close of the first churning, and it is presumed that their attendance will be regular hereafter. -f" The members of the city council of Yankton do not want any police offi cers over whom they do not have full controll. Wonder if they fear they may be taken Into the police court? Insure vour crops agains hail before it is too late. It will cost you no more to insure now than it will in sixty days. The Dakota Mutual of Huron is the cheapest safe company, as it insures at actual cost. 'i': Watch for it! The first symptom" of true croup is hoarseness and if Cham berlain's Cough Remedy is freely given at once and the doses frequently re peated the dread disease may be en tirely prevented and all danger and anxiety avoided. Sold by E. Brauch. The bad looking clouds so anxiously watched by our citizens yesterday after noon, poured down upon Yankton and vicinity a deluge of hail and water, ac companied by a high wind. No par ticulars have been received, but the storm is reported to have been quite destructive. The new town officers took their places Monday evening. The board of trustees allowed bills to the amount of 825, accepted a sidewalk petition and passed a resolution ordering the same built. The walk extends from the Baptist church corner to a point near the Herald office. The McCormick Co. have recently issued another of their series of bat tle field advertisements. It is a scene from the painting of the battle ot Shi loh. Messers. Elliott & Bach, agents for this company at Hurley and Centre ville, have the Herald's thiuiKs for one of these artistic posters, A good rule is to take the nght ined iclne at the right time. Diseases that may prove dangerous are easily cured then, which is undoubtedly the case with all diseases having their origin in cositivoness, bilious disorders and im pure 6lood. St. Patrick's Pills are the best treatment and area certain cure 25 cents of E. Brauch. ?V. •(,*,» 11, 1' Ileayy showers Tuesday night. Prairte King Umbrella at Pier & Fer guson's. White beans, nice and ciean/: at jargent's. John Dahmun has a field of corn up and looking finely. The Iluriev school has over eighty scholars this term. If you wish to borrow money on good security, call around and see us. C. II. Dodson and family will occupy the rooms over Lamson's store. May Bros, are rounding up their cat tle and placing them in their pasture. Jerry Murphy has been fitting up his meat market by putting in a fine cold storage room, and an application of paint. Who will pull down Snyder's new barn't we can't sen the Parker court house (when it is built) from our office window. Mr. A. D. Tomlinson kindly invited ye editor over to help him build wire fence, of which he is putting in a long string. We were feeling tired, and de clined. Mrs. Robinson would respectfully an nounce to the ladies of Hurley and vi cinity that she has received her stock of spring millinery and solicits a share of their patronage. Every family should have a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy for use during the sum mer. It's prompt use has saved untold suffering, many lives and many doctor bills. It is the acknowledged standard, and can always be depended upon, be sides it is pleasant to take. It is put up in 25 cent, 50 cent and one dollar bot tles. Sold by E. Brauch. The Bismarck Journal of April 24th contained a nine column article which Wits perused with much interest by the editor of this paper, it being the diary, kept by Col. E. M. Brown of Bismarck, of the travels, incidents, etc., of a party of government surveyors in the wild of what is now Emmons county, in 1873. The camps, creeks, buttes, cactus and mosquitos are brought vividly to our mind by this log." Dakota Huronite: O. G. Alderman, of the Alderman Nursery Co., came up from Hurley, Turner county, with §553 worth of trees, shrubs and plants. He hits sold every one of them, got every dollar of the money, and no one has growled once about the stock. He thinks Huroniansgood paymasters and will visit us again. He has gone to Colorado for a car of evergreens, which he will bring to Huron for sale. The firm of Mansfield & Allen is no more, they having sold their stock of goods, and the good will of their busi ness to J. W. Keilar, taking in pay ment theretor a f'irm and live stock. We must say that we are very sorry to see this firm dissolved, but the failing health of Mr. Allen made it necessary for him to engage in some less confining business. It is likely that Mr. Mans field will remain in the store with Mr, Keilar, for whom we bespeak a contin uance of the patronage enjoyed by the retiring firm, and wish that success may attend him in his new business venture. 1. o. G. T. The following is a list of the officers installed in Hurley lodge No. 91,1. 0. G. T. May 4th, 1886: W. C. T.—N. M. Basve. W. V. T.—Mrs. Rees. W F.S.-A. J.Allen. W. T.—Grace Near. W. R. S.—Bertha Basye. W. A. S.—Major Scott. W. C.—R.Rees. P. W. C. T.—C. II. Goddard. W. M.—Frank Woou. W. D. M.—Myra Judson. W. O. G.—Elmer Rees. W. I. G.—Miss While. W. R. II. S.—Lil Prescott. Wr. h. H. S.—Carrie Conklin. BERTHA BASYE, W. R. S. Wutclies and Clocks that have been in my shop for repairs over two months will be sold at auction if not called for before the 16th of May. J. P.JOHNSON, Hurley. Dak. M«morial Service*. Memorial services will be held at the School House hall, Hurley, Sunday, May 30th, at one o'clock p. m. under the auspices of E. S. McCook post of the G. A. R. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services, which are held in memory of the many brave men who laid their lives upon the Altar of their country that all might enjoy the blessings of liberty and free dom beneath the glorious stars and stripes. Members of G. A. R. will meet at post headquarters at 12:30. BANKRUPT STOCK of Clothing on sale at Robinson's. Come quick, and secure a bargain. Must be sold by June 1st. Light goods selling at 50 cents on the dollar. A Card to the Public. On abandoning the mercantile busi ness we take the liberty of thanking our many past customers for their lib eral patronage and confidence, and trust you will extend the same to our suc cessor, Mr. J. W. Keilar. We will re main with the new firm for the present and see that all accounts, etc., are sat isfactorily adjusted. All accounts due us are payable to Jno. W. Keliar, who assumes all our liabilities. Please call and settle up, and oblige. Our advice to you is—stand by Tycoon Tea, Cap Sheaf Soda and Christy Crack ers. Yours, anxious to please, MANSFIELD & ALLEN. Will some one be so kind as to tell me through the columns of the Herald the best way to get rid of the little bug that destroys the vines in the garden? SUBSCRIBER. HURLEY. DAKOTA THURSDAY. MAY v. The Hurley Creamery* Several weeks ago a number of the citizens of Hurley got the notion into their heads that it would be a good thing for the town and surrounding country to have a creamery established here, and in response to a notice pub lished in the Herald a meeting was held which took steps to set the creameiry ball in motion, A stock company was formed for the erection of a building and steps were taken to secure suitable ground. Tiie Western Town Lot Co., with their usual generosity and, desire to aid all enterprises beneficial to the town donated sufficient ground in a very favorablo location. A contract was then made with C. C. Skinner to put in the necessary machinery and to lease the building for a term of years. As soon as the frost was sufficiently out of the ground an artesian well was put down and work commenced on the building. The main building is 20x40 feet, a story and a half high. The lower floor is divided into three rooms, the main room is 20x24, and contains the cooling tanks and churn. The churn is an improved Curtis of 300 gallon ca pacity, manufactured at Fort At kinson, Wisconsin. The butter room is 12x16 and will soon be supplied with a Mason power butter worker, a hand machine now being used. The storage room is 8x16. The upper story of the building will be occupied by Mr. Skinner as a residence. The engine house, on the south side of the main building, is 12 feet square, and contains an Acme two horse-power engine. One of the peculiarities of this cream ery is that no ice is needed in the manu facture or storage, the cooling agent being supplied by water from a flowing well only 27 feet in depth. This water lias a temperature of 47 degrees around two sides of the storage room in an open trough, thus keeping an even temperature of below 50 degrees. The creamery starts up with the most promising outlook and the cream from about 1,500 cows. Hats for the million at Pier & Fer guson's. I'KUSUNJVL. F. L. VanTassell, of ankton, was in town Tuesday, selling ankton flour, and drinking buttermilk at the new creamery. The fact that one bill of Excelsior Mills flour had been retailed here guaranteed him a quick sale. MABK1ED, JEX8EN—TUltNEH—On the7th Inst, at the residence of Hon. D. C. Turner, Turner, by the Kcv. J. J. Melntirc, Mr. 1*. S. Jensen of Centre ville, and Miss Carrie Turner, of Turner. Invitations to the wedding of the above named parties were confined to the family friends yet it was a yery agreeable and pleasant affair. The age and experience of tiie parents enable them to make such occasions wonder fully pleasant to all concerned. We could wish perhaps no greater blessing upon the married couple, than that all the days of their united pilgrimage be as pleasantly spent as that upon which they set out. In this event we lose one of our most agreable young ladies and an earnest worker in the cause of education. But we hope that what is our loss will be "somebody's"gain. The good wishes of a host of friends go with this couple. I'or Kale. The northwest quarter of section 12, township 97, range 54. A good quater section of the famous Spring Valley land and will make an excellent farm. Call at this office, or address C. B. TAYLOR, anKton, Dak. The W. C. T. U. meet at Baptist chapel, next Wednesday, May 19, at three o'clock p. m. We send a special invitation to every mothe, wife and sis ter in Hurley to meet with us, and let us do all we can "For God and Home and Native Land.' We must watch while it is called to-day. MRS. JAMES STOUT, Sec. HORSES FOR SALE. Parties wishing to purchase horses will find it to their advantage to cull on the undersigned. Horses at my farm three miles southwest of Hurley. Cox, JOHN FiTcir, OMORNE&CO., DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND CARPETS. Special attention given to mall orders. pies sent on application. FARMERS Binders, Mowers, doing D. W. Held of LeMars, was business|in town this week. Dan Hogan and Neil Dwver start for the Scotland extension next week. C. B. Taylor, of Yankton, was inspec ting his Spring Valley property Tues day. Dr. Sill is around attending to his duties again, after a protracted sick ness. J. E. McMullen, editor of the Centre ville Index, spent a portion of last Sat urday in getting acquainted with Hur ley and some of its citizens. Mr. Boughton, agent in charge of the Northwestern Hay Co.'s business in Centreville, was in town the fore pait of the week, and assisted in getting the creamery machinery in running order. 8am- COX BLOCK, THIRD STREET, YANKTON.J DAKOTA. THE ARE PREPARED 10 SELL TO THE Rakes, Plows And will give the opportunity for of same in E A N A E From crop of 1886, delivered at their sheds in HURLEY and CENTREVILLE. Have you seen our* Circular*? Are ready to take orders for Binding Twine. HURLEY, DAKOTA, HAVE FOIt SKllVICF. T1IK FOLLOWING tMl'OHTED AND HI.OODKD IiORSKS: -Norman MONEY On Real ijip- Wi .\-.:V" TURNER COUNTY Tedders, Gatherers, Stackers, Cultivators payment A C. DODSON, Sup't. MAJOR SC01T, in Charge at Hurley. H. H. & P. P. RUNDELL, Breeders of Norman and Clydesdale Horses, llKHOHKll over. 2000 pounds six C®~no not come on Sundays. II. 11, & P, P. lil'.VUFI.L. NOT DEAD! But ©till on jEa,r*tli with. MY WAR PAINT ON! AND READY FOR BUSINESS. IF YOU WANT Paints, oils, paint, whitewash and kalsomine brushes Keller glutteunent kalsomine of any color. Wall Papers and Borders of any Design The best gasoline ond kerosene oils by the gallon or barrel Fishing rods and tackling by the hundreds Boy's carts, wheel barrows and wagons, from 20c to $3.00 Window shades and rollers of every design and description The nobbiest curtain trimmings The finest oranges and lemons, and choicest confections oc I LjU lan—Dappled Grey weighs -.x years old past. SMASHKK—Clydesdale—Dark Hay smallstar in forehead weighs 170°po,nd5 live years old ilANNOCKBUItN—Clydesdale—Bright Bav three white legs and face three years old past. Inls horse was sired by the well known liorse 1 opsin,in, of Scotland, which hits gniued over Siso.ooo in prizes. YOUNG BEEC'HEI:—Istlirce vearsold straw berry roan colon sired by needier. His dam is a thoroughbred trotting mare, sired by Narra ganselt. Two of the above mcntloued horses will be at JTarion and Centreville on Mondays and Tues days at 11. II. ltuiidell's, three miles south of Hurley, and at I'. 1'. Jiimdell's, four and one-hall miles southcii«t of Parker, on Wednesdays and Thursdays: at Parker and Hurley o:i Fridays and Saturdays. HURLEY Meat Market, Croquet sets of the best and cheapest The best drugs dispensed with the greatest care The best tobaccos and finest cigars School books, memorandas, stationery, etc. The best drink of artesian water Your wall paper trimmed free of charge and To borrow money on your farm at lowest rate of interest, Call at the Pioneer Drug Store. E. BRAUCH, Prop. JERRY MURPHY, Proprietor. —(—X—)— Fresh Meats Halt Meats Smoked Meats O O A N Fish, Sausage, ctc. Will be found in stock at all times. :vi at Lowest Rates. M. J, HOGAN, Parker. ir- ELLIOTT & BACH, BARE WIRE, Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, HURLEY, DAKOTA. GROCERIES, CROCKERY, -.-S' ?.• T^trss^irrr- NUMBER PURE SPICES. WOODEN WARE. Lamps and Chandaliers. Table and Pocket Cutlery, JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE. (&> FLOUR AND PROVISIONS. PRODUCE. Tne Largest Line of Crockery in Turner Comity. —HEADQUARTERS.— h- LU I DC 3 I E. C. KENNEDY, Attorney at Law, PARKEH, DAKOTA. CHARLES H. GODDARD, Attorney at Law, COLLECTIONS, REAL E8TATK, LOANS, INSURANCE. Ogice In front room over Tunner Countv, Bonk CHAS. G.SIFERT, M. D.. rUYSIC-IAN AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Money Loaned on Heal Estate. Land Bought and Sold. Taxes paid fur Non-residents. Agent forseveral ttrst-class Steamship I,lnc«. MARION. DAKOTA. TURNER COUNTV 1 BANK, I Hurley, D. T. Banking, Collections Made and Taxes Paid for Non Residents. HUHLEY. DAKOTA. H. G. CLARK & CO., Watchmakers, Jewelers & Opticians Hair Jewelry Made to Order. County Superintendent of Schools tot Turner County, Dakota. Office one door smith of Scott' Stover store, Centreville, Dak. la offlce every Monda I/ite RecY tl. S. Land Office. 4-^ HURLEY, DAK. bf- '--31 -•'St tws Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. —FOREION AND DOMESTIC EXCH A' 6K— Bankln Hours from 9 to s. C. A. 3SJ" 13 A. It. Insurance, Real Estate, and Loans. NOTARY PUBLIC KOR TURNER C». t' .. -i 3 ra- '•fS"® 3 •Xjt ANKTON DAKOTA ill B. W. SLOAN United State« Coram'r. L. D. F. POORE, Attorney-at-Law, VANKTON, DAK.— Wl^Sc.t"7l •St r¥ 'Wth?COTrtiof the Territory, Conhata Involving Land Tltlc* a Specialty, and all BoslneM before the U. sftind4 Office Promptly Attended to.