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Sale arid Feed Stable,
Norman and Clydsdale Stallions
Always on Iiatul.
lionet. Carriages, Bosgies—fu fact, anything In
the way ol Mvery—on Hie shortest
notice, and mi the
MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
II. II. RUNDKI.L,
Hurley, I). T.
B. F. SMITH,^v
Carpenter and Builder.
Work done by contract or day. Hills
and estimate* figured free
of charge.
Shop Work a Specialty.
Sinks, VfitfMr Tanks, and Milk*Tanks,
Warranted to bold or no pay.
Call in and figure.
Shop on Center Avenue, -V
JUHLEY DAKOTA.
TURNER COUNTV
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TRADE CENTRES.
Its EQUIPMENT of Day and Par
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the Tourist ami the Seekers after ew
Homes in the Golden Northwest.
Detailed Information cheerfully fur
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II urlev, Dakota.
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First Publication January 8th, ltSSr
SUMMONS—
RKLIKF.
TKKRITORY OF DAKOTA. I.„.
VOUttTIt JUUtCIALllUTHtCr.
In tliu District court hi and for Turner enmity.
Urace itecU, Ellis
Jones, Charles Cox unU Hrce
innn Kerkriidull, partners, doing liuslnem
under Dig llini name of llewl, Jones ami
CiMnpiniy, Flalntllfs.
vs.
Myron S. Hoblnson, Margaret A. Unblnson,
Ceorjre H. Montgomery. Mnrlo 0. Montuom
ery. Mai? Montgomery. Nettle Montgomery,
Mark Hnllirook, Lou. Iiolbrook, Asber
Waller, Harsih J. waller, Jului 11. (jural.
Jackson iicyer. .John H. Uuenl umt Compa
ny* lllnttcluird T. Vcttengul. Juseiih A.Hont.
Jr., M. I'cMeitsIll and Company, defendants.
The Territory of Dakota geuds Ureetlne:
To Myron 8. Itobluaon, Margaret A. Hoblnson,
(leoiyt'IH. Montgomery, Murk' o. Montgomery*
Mao* Montgomery, Nettle Montgomery, Mark
Homwok, r.oH, Holbrook. AhImt VaUer, Harnlt
J. Waller, John II. Queul. Jackson Hover. John
H. (Jural & Co.. lihmclianl T. lMU-ngill, Joseph
a. ltent, Jr., M. rettingill & Co., Defendants,
You arc hereby summoned nnil required tiV an
swer the complaint of the plaintiffs In this no
tion, which wils liltul iu the otllee of the clerk of
the district court within and for said Turner
county, at the village ol Parker, U. T., on tiie
mth day of Decein'oer, t#8?, and to serve copy
of your answer ou the subscriber at htsonice iu
the town of Hurley, Ik T., within thirty days
after the nervine or thhi summons, exclusive of
the day of service, or the plaintiff* will apply to
the court for the relief demanded In the com
plaint*
Si'ift GIIAKMCS II. Goddahd,
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Attorney for i*!alntlfts.
To each and all of the above named defend
ants..except Myron S. Kobinson and Margaret
A. Hobiusoii: 'lake notice: That this ts au ac
tion for tiie foreclosure of a certain mortgage
iven by Myron S. liobiusou and Margaret A.
tohliisun to said nlaintltfs, on lot 13 block
20.
Hurley, 1. T.. said mort&igu hearing dale on
the luth day of Di'cembcr. 1884, and that no per
sonal claim is made against any of sakt defend
ants except Myron S. Uoblnson and Margaret
A. Kobinson.
Chaiu.KH II. GOI'DAUU,
Attorney for I'laiutiiTs.
Dated at Hurley, Turner Co., Dakota, this 27th
day of Ucceinber, 1^7.
Application for Letters of Adnitnifttrallon.
In the Probate Court of the Countv of Turner.
Territory oi Dakota.
In the matter of the estate of rtiomas C. Fowl
er. deceased.
Notice of application for letters of administra
tion.
Notice Is herebv Riven that Florence Fowler
has tiled with the judge of this court, anctitiou,
thar letters of administration of the es
tate of Thomas C. Fowler. decc:i*cd. he issued
to Stephen Fowler, and that Monday, the 0th
day of Jauuary, 1888. at two o'clock p. in. of said
day, beint a day of a regular term of this court,
to-wit: of the January term, 1888, at the court
room of said probate court in the village of Par
ker In the county of Turner 1). T.. has been set
for hearing said petition when ami where any
IK'rsoii interested may ap|»euramt show cause
why the said tetltlon should not be granted.
Dated at Parker, i. T„ Dec. 19, ih7.
O.C. STUAHT,
M-3w J'robute udire.
Notice.
Is hereby civing, that the countv Treasurer, of
Turner county. Dakota, is now prepared to )ay
al Turner county warrants, drawn on the gen
eral fund of said county, issued before the tirst
day of January 18K7, on presentation at his of
fice. In the town of Parker. Turner county, Da
kota. and tlmt from tills dat« all- Interest on
such warrants shall cease. Also all registered
county warrants on general fund up to register
No, 1832.
Dated, at Parker, D. T„ .Inly 8,1W.
K. M. Smitu,
Conntv Treasurer.
FINAL PROOFS.
4v% U. S. I^and Ofllcc at Yankton. Dakota.
December 27, 1887.
SjOTICE Is hereby given that the following*
named settler has tiled notice of his inten
tion to make llnal proof iu support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before the
judge or In. his absence, before the clerk of
the district court for Turner county, Dakota
Territory, at Parker, the county seat thereof, on
Saturday, tho 25th day of February, 1888, at 10
clock, a, m.. viz:
ANTHONY DEDE1UCIIS.
under his homestead entry No. 6103, for.the
northeast quarter of section No. thirty-four (34),
In township No. ninety-eight (98, north of rauge
no. fifty-four (54) west fifth P. M.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence uponj and cultivation
of said laud, viz:
Karl llocfs, of Hurley. Turner Co., Dakota.
William II. Buchanan.
William P. Pa'.trlck,
Niels Hauglaud,
vpt ilt/OHhs East.Keglster.
U. S. Laud Office at Yankton, Dakota.
December 8,1887.
Notick
In hereby gfren. That the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make fiual proof lu supiwt of his claim,
and tha* said proof will be made before the
judire. or in his absence, before the clerk of the
district court for Turner county, Dakota Terri
tory. at Parker, the cou ity seat tnereof. ou Fri
day. the27thday of Jauuurv, 183S, at 10 o'clock
a. m., viz:
CHRISTEN LaKSEN,
under his pre-emption entry No. 700.1, for the
northwest quarter of section No. twenty-four,
lu township No. ninety-seven north, of range
No. rifty-three west fifth 1*. M.
Ho names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cidtivation
of. said land, viz:
Christian Jensen, Danevlllc, Turner Co.. Dak.
Carl Cluin Jonseu,
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Niels P. Hansen, •./••••,
Kobert Penny, Hurley, .r^
vpt HUtUlES EAST. Iteglster.
U. 8. Land Office at Yankton, Dakota.
December ud, 18S7.
Notice Is hereby given that £.
KNUl) PEDEUSEN MEIJ.EGAAUD
has filed notice of Intention to make final proof
before the judge of the district court In and for
Turner county, Dakota, or In his ahst.-nce before
the clerk thereof, at his ofiice in Parker, D. T.,
the county seat thereof, ou Wed'iesdav. the 1st
day of February. 1888. on timber culture applica
tion No. 23t, for the southeast quarter of secfiou
No. eight, in township No. ninetv-seven, uoitli.
ranre So. fifty-four west fifth P. M.
He names as.
witnesses:
Hans Christiansen,, John •!. Mansfield. Neils
Andersen, Hans Sorensen. all of Spring Valley,
Turner Co., Dakolu.
mmi
Improved and po extensively
It In oontiniml
It in
..... in the front rank of Famiiv
,|irioalcal«. and equal to uny nafuine. It
,r- MHitiiM 72 poitGii Inive qiiaito. Bkxu*4 InobCf,
elegantly printed nnu fulty llluatnitcd. Ptib-
Mil
U*b«t bj w. Jennlota Uumorart, Mew fork,
AND BY OPCCIAL AGREEMENT COMBINED
WITH THE
Turner Co. Hwaid at $3.00 Per Tear.
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57HISPAPEE
Ad«rt»asBarsra(MSwaooS^«^na«-—"
tuatracii may us madslsr ItlS SEW
IIU13IIE3 EAST, Register
U.S. Land onit-c- sit Yankton Dakota.
-November 18,18»7.
TSJOTIOK Is hereby given that the following
named settler hns filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before the
judge, or in his absence, before the clerk of the
district eomi for Turner county, Dakota Terri
tory, at Parker, the couulv seat thereof, on Wed
nesday. the 18th day of Jauuary, at 10
o'clock a. iu., viz:
JACOB UNRUIT, fC
under his homestead entry No. 8.071, for the
northwest .quarter of section No. tweuty-eight,
(28/ iu township No. ninety-eight (:^S) north, of
range No. fifty-four. (54) west 5th P. M.
He names the following witnesses to provo
]»'s continuous residence upon, and cultivation
of. said land, viz:
Peter Dahinan, of Chlldstown, Tufher Co., Dak.
Daniel Yoth
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(terhswlt lilfcver,
Frit7. Stemfadt,
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lIu«2iiEs East, Keglster.
Notlcc to Taxpayers,
The takes of 1837 are now due. Tax payers
will please take notice and call and sctt c.
Dated 1'arker. iuruerCo., Dak., Nov. 1st, 1SS7.
It. M. .Smith, A
Co. Treastufr f-^
E. C. KENNEDY,
Attorney at Law,
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I'AHKEll. ^DAKOTA.
Establlshod by a People's Convention.
Operates on Business Principles.
Approved by Business Men
Publicly Endorsed by Territorial Farm- I
ers' Alllanco.
Risks Umlted fn Amount,
Insurance Well Distributed.
Collects Assessments Before Loss.
No Liability in Excess of Premium.
Does Business Everywhere In Dakota
mmm
W. C- BROWN, Agent, Hurley.
Turner County Herald.
Published Every Tbnrsday.
HURLEY. DAKOTA. JAX. 5, 1888.
OFFICIAL PAPER.
THE MANITOBA RAILROAD.
A railroad, crossing thecountry from
Sioux l''idls in a southwesterly direc
tion to Vankton, is no new idea. Such
an enterprise has been in the minds of
the people almost ever since the two
cities began their existence. "Theold
stage line would to a"~great extent be
followed, Swan L:tke would be passed,
and the line running into Spring Val
ley's productive fields, would break
through the Vankton county hills to
the Missouri river." And with the
road would come new settlers, and
they would brim* more money with
them. Idle lanils would be bought, and
cultivated, sod shanties and straw
barns would give place to buildings of
wood, brick and stone coal could be
had for fuel, straw-burners dispensed
with, and crops sold, and transported
to the centres of commerce with ease
and rapidity.
"Jren may come and men may gr," but
practical ideas once expressed seem to
live on forever. And so, though the
& N. \V. and Milwaukee roads have
extended their lines through Turner
county, and in a measure brought the
comforts of life to a struggling people,
the old Diiigonul" dream luis not been
forgotten. .Not only has it not been
forgotten but the probabilities of its
being realized are greater to-duy than
they have ever been before.
A preliminary survey, running from
Yankton to the vicinity of May field P.
0. then through Spring Valley to Hur
ley. then to Lennox and thence to the
Queen City—Sioux Falls--was com
pleted a few weeks ago. A second corps
of engineers is at present engaged
looking over this same line with a view
to definitely locating. As far as this
route is concerned, their work will be
final, and shouldjthe company decide to
build to Yankton, it is confidently ex
pected that the graders will follow
closely on their tracks.
As regards railroads, in former years
the people of this section would have
been satisfied with anything from a
first class plug line to a narrow guage
with rolling stock consisting of a
rusty, condemned engine, a four by
eight llat car and a caboose. Hut times
have changed, and now we dwellers in
nortli-eastern, central and south-west-.,
em Turner county aspire to nothing
less than a trunk line of the Duluth,
Denver & Pacific or great Manitoba
system—a road whose name is the
synonym of enterprise, pluck and
power, a road in whos6 wake capital
invariably and abundantly follows,
and last, but by no means least, a road
that is the farmer's friend—putting in
its side tracks and stations wherever
the interests of the tillers of the soil
seem to require it, and allowing..them
to build their own towns.
And what does the coining of this road
to our county mean? It means what
was anticipated —primarily, active
competition in all branches ol' mer
cantile indtistry. It means new stores,
larger and better selected stocks and a
reduction of prices to a minimum on
the necessaries of life. It means more
banks,more floating capital and eastern
rates on both short and long time loans.
It means two large competing lake
markets—Duluth and Chieugo—one
building up4ts trade,the other striving
to hold its own. It means lower freight
rates, a more thickly settled country,
and higher prices for the products of
the farm and meaning all these- things
it means prosperity to everybody.
But this is not all over the lake, but
a short distance froai Duluth's magnifi
cent harbor and within easy access of
the large steamers to be run iu con
nection with this division of the
Manitoba system, are the famous lum
ber districts of Michigan, and a little
further on the inexhaustable eoiil fields
of Pennsylvania.
Why, we will load-over with grain
and can afford to bring back lumber
and coal for ballas t," are
the significant
words of the executivo genius ot this
great railroad. This being the cuse,
Duluth will beepme the basis ol supply
for lumber and coal for a large part of
the great .Northwest, and to the people
of Turner county, and Dakota
generally
it will be a basis of supply several
hundred miles nearer than the present
one at Chicago.
The above are
someof tho advantages
that will accrue to our people from the
building of this road into their midst.
There are others, such as the benefits
to be derived from an air line con
nection with the mills at Minneapolis,
the all-water line from St. Paul to tho
Gulf of Mexico, the short all-rail,
winter line to Boston, along the north
ern shore of the lakes, then those of a
more local nature that limited time and
space will not admit of our mentioning.
We have said that our prospects for
obtaining the road were never blighter
than they are to-day. That is to a
certain extent true. And yet our
having it is by no means a dead
certainty, nor half a dead certaiuty.
Our fate and fortune in this regard are
in our own hands by our own exertions
we must survive or perish. The Mani
toba system is said to own large
tracts of laud at Wheeler a bill has
lately been introduced in congress pro
viding lor the building of a bridge
across the Missouri river at that point.
We are aware Unit a survey has been
made l'rcm Sioux Falls to Parker,
heading straight west, in the direction
of •Olivet. Another survey has been
rnn up from Sioux City, by which place
tli.0 road is offered a bonus of some
hunbred thousand dollars provided it
will build in. All these routes will be
careCully scrutinized, and the one that
presents the fewest obst teles, accepted
by Mr. Dill. ..
Itailroads are limit for the inoiiey
there is in them, and it is a fundamen
tal principle of their business that a
bollar, saved,
either in the rigiit-nf-wav,
grading or track-laying, is a dollar
made. We are not certain which way
tit's road, will go, but we
Valley, it will then probably go on to
Lennox. If it misses one point it will
be apt to miss the otiier. sP
.Now there is no wajr on earth for
Ilurley to raise enough money to cope"
with such a thing as the right-of-way
through Turner county, for the Duluth
& Denver LI. 11. and the hope of her
people is that the
farmers of this section
who have stood by us so steadfastly in
the past, will recognize that in the
matter of this railroud
they
tin.
very best business and
shipping advantages in the whole
northwest at their very doors.
DAKOTA ITEMS.
Hay is selling at $10 to §17 at De»d
wood.
There is talk ot starting a penny res
taurant at Sioux Falls.
Mitchell claims to have the best
equiped mills in the territory.
Coal can be bought at tiie mines at
Sykeston for one dollar per load, v' ",
A Sioux Falls man is in favor of one
saloon, and that run by the city.
Yankton wants a coal dealer who is
not in "cahoot" with the railroads.
Itapid City has a population of 5,000.
according to the recent school cencus.
Dakota's bonded indebtedness is said
to be §1,000,000. Assessed valuation
8157,000,000. :•••.-,
Nine-hundred and twenty-nine thou
sand pounds of hogs were marketed in
an to in 1 8 8 7
A public market-house of large pro
portions is what is agitating Sioux
Falls people just now.
Tiie commissioners of Deadwood
have fixed the license for selling intox
icating liquors at S500.
A number of deer have been shot
within the city limits of Mandan dur
ing tiie lsist week or two.-'*'
The Deadwood Times refers to the
financial condition of some insurance
companies as Vanderbiltian."
The Yankton oil mill has made and
shipped 6,000 gallons of oil in the last
three months, and still has good supply
on hand.
Kapid City parties are sending large
quantities of ore specimens east, witna
yiew of inducing investments in
Dakota mines.
Wallace MeLyman was allowed the
alternative of giving bonds to keep the
peace, or of leaving Deadwood. He
chose the latter.
Judge McConnell decided at Fargo
that a justice of the peace had no juris
diction to, fine a sheriff or his deputy
for cruelty to ahiinids.
The Manitoba road has carried to the
east this season, from Manitoba and
Dakota ranges, 21,000 head of beef cat
tle and 30,000 head of sheep.
The question of tobacco raising is be
ing discussed in Morton county, Far
mers who have experimented with the
plant in a small degree, have met with
good success.
Deputy Sheriff Ensinhood has return
ed to Brown county from Menominee,
Wis., with selling and running ot with
mortgaged property. Three horses
were recovered.
DeSmet has a Catholic church fully
completed and realty for occupancy.
This society have had hard luck with
their edifice. Once before it was up,
but the winds leveled it.
The prisoners at the Sioux Falls pen
itentiary, 97 in number, were given the
freedom of the building for an hour on
Christmas, with permission to talk With
whom and do what they pleased.
The farming lands ot Dakota are
said to be passiug into the lianas of
actual settlers at the rate of 4,000,000
acres each year. Twenty-five per cent,
of the entire territory still belongs to
the government.
James Ilalliday, living near McC'ook,
raised from seventeen acresof land this
year 20,000 heads of cabbage, £0 tons of
carrots, 500 bushels of potatoes, 500
bushels of onions, besides a large,
amount
ol
gardeu vegetables.
J. Mitchell, who was convicted at
the Watertown court ot raping hit,
twelve year-old step-daughter. Has oeen
sentenced bv Judge Spencer to ten
years ol' hard labor in tiie peuilentai
at Sioux Fails. Mitchell is suventy
years of age.
The work is progressing rapidly at
the Unroll ooai shait ana i-viiy lima
the hole goes deeper and deeper
douft.'
into the earth. At a ui-pia ol ioi\)
five feet a considerable quantity ol' lig
nite was found which burns wcil and
emits a powerful heat, but tiie miners
expect to find coal at a depth ol 300 feet.
Aberdeen's city council is of the
opinion that they can uo nothing else
than dlow tiie saloons to keep open un
til April 1 as license has been paid until
that time and there is no means of re
voking them, nor anv funds to draw
from to repay over S20,000of unexpired
lieense. That is if the saloous were
closed January 1.
Bucklen** Arnica Salve.
Tue Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup^
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by E.
Urauch.
Yeggs' Cherry Cough Syrup
Is warranted for all that the label calls
for, so if it does not relieve your cough
you can call at our store and the money
will be refunded to you. It acts simul
taneously on all parts of the system
thereby leaving no bad results.
E
Bkaucii, Druggist.
vm-
are
certain
that'each towli through which it piissea
will be expected to eivo it the right-of
way through its county. If it comes to
Hurley it must first coine through the
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day, anil many are the educators 1
meet in our walk through life $
The education which is given in
th(s
home and in the school-room ls ,11
corner-stone on which
the
futuro
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n.
not be taken in choosing the kind'of
cement in which it is laid.
With the corner-stone litiil jn the ce
ment of love, kindness and a good ex
ample, the future building, if
properl'
erected, will be a structure which win
be useful lor its purpose, :md
may aw
be an ornament to the place in which
it is situated.
On the other hand, no matter how
The company you choose is the
1
well the corner-stone is laid, if the bal
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material it is likely to fall down, and
in its fall may cause much destruction
lna.'
terlal which will be nsed in the con
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a young man, when he goes out from
the home which has been his harbor
and retreat, deliberately chooses the
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company with those, who instead of
elevating his character will eventually
destroy it. They may be good and jol
ly fellows the danger is that they are
too jolly, they are too jolly to go to
ehurcli, and other places where good
morals are taught, and just jolly enough
to spend their nights in the saloon
where good cheer and frolic reigns.
Yon go with them, uot to drink, ot
course not, but just to be in good com
pany Theu you are invited to drink,
"Mo, thanks" "well, take a glass of ci
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odd. Time goes, the cider is now beer,
warm punch and light wine, you can
talk better enjoy yourself better, with
the glass before you, and then you are
not odd.
You are by this time putting the
stone in your building very rapidly.
They look very well on the outside, and
you fear nothing. Of course a young
man who has, like you, been brought
up under tho best of influences, is in no
danger of degrading himself and of
blasting the hopes of those who, may
be with tears and prayers, laid the cor
ner-stone, te what they hoped might be
a tower ot strength.
One year after another passes by,
and you who started out with such
promising prospects have not proven
an exception to the rule, the influences
you chose to work on you have done
their work your building is nearly
completed but men as they look at it .:
shake their heads and as you stagger S
along under the influence of whisky, .?
the vile stull which you once said you
never would taste, the looker on says:
"How sad, he was once a promising
young man." He was, but the snare
you, my righteous citizen, put in his
way, sanctioned by law, and supported
by your vote, proved too much for him.
It is sad to look at that building the
stones are crumbling away with alarm
ing rapidity but still there is the cor
ner-stone, laid as it was in cement
mixed with tears and prayers. The
rottenness of the building has not af
fected it and sometimes the rotten
building is torn down, and another
erected on the same stone. It may not
be as brilliant as the Qrst one intended,
but still it may shelter many good deeds
and much love, and may in some meas
ure atone for the moral sickness, the
first rotten building may have caused,
liut far greater is the number of build
ings that at last tumble down, covering
in its ruins the precious corner-stone,
and causing the destruction of many
buildings around it.
IIow long shall this educator of
shame, misery and suffering be allow
ed to hang like a dark cloud over our
glorious republic? We hope not long.
Already the cloud is rifted and bright
spots hover over Kansas, Iowa and
Maine and over our own fair Dakota
the cloud was rifted very effectually
last .November. And ere long the cloud
will be rolled away from the Atlantic
to the Pacific, and from Canada to the
Gulf of Mixico. With a glad shout we
will welcome the day, and then shall
the mothers ot the United States cease
to sigh because on the comer-stone
they laid, the building was ruined.
Li. IL
GEO. ALC0CK,
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