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%?«ss tfoi •, vJ*sf tJ/ PSI K® r-V'J. SS'SWSRWSSSPS*"^ VOLUME VII, Turner County Herald. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. runusiiED nY W. C. BROWN. MKSUIKH OK DAKOTA riiK.xn A«8M IATIOV. TKttMtf fl.GO l'Rit\x.tn, tit Advance. mnit.Kv I/IIOK NO. JS, t. o. o. r. Meats every Saturday evening nt 7:00 oVIock, In AlUii'g hall. Vlsithm lirothvnt arc most earn e»«y requested to attvml. C. J. BACH.. K, s: JJ. I'CKH.. X. (!. it.».i'cooK roRT. 5fo. si. o: A. it. Meet Unit ami third Siuitruity of acli uiontli ml 7 |. in., in G. A. It. hall. fig ililraKO A Zvi fu IT Time and Northwestern Kalit Titlile. -s TILAIXH COINi KA8T. 4X :2S p. ill. :'J0 ). in. 101 XL WEST, '|J E?!fi!PBcr' ,5 jt -:42 a.m. freight, 25 11 2i' a. in. SlmTx'city""18'1 COI"!|1,^'nl1 f°r Chicago ami Yankton trains connect at Centrcvillc with Sioth morning anil evening passenger. W. A. I'ltn.w.r,. (ien'l Ticket Agent. t). '•'. IH)EI,I Agent. IIURLKY MAItKKTS. tW COKKKCTED KVKRY THURSDAY.' Mo. 2—COl!. No. 3-55c.f$ Oats—17c. v?,' Corn—22c. Flax seed—§1.10. p? vH^Vheat -4$r Xpr* "tk I1US1.VKSS HBIEKS.jS"^, Over one million acorn stoves iri use. Try gold dust washing powder, 4 pounds for 25 ccnts—at Kellar's. Water set of five pieces given with each pound of .Berkley's baking powder, price 50 cents, at Kellar's. Take a bottle of Quick Relief Oil and Dead Shot home with you and if they don't cure come and get your money. Sold by E. ISrauch. ®»§gS:' Any kind of a watch or clock cleaned and rcPaired at Tioneer Drug Store. J. P. Kristienaen. f" Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve iu the worle for Cuts, Braises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Kheuui, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Files, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to giye perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. .7? Price 25 cents per box. For sale bv E |t|| Brauch. Come to stay—J. P. Kristiensen, at Pioneer Drug Stor^, watch maker and J* jeweler. ICoitce to tfehooi Ofllceis and Patrons. The undersigned is in Parker on the tot Monday in each month for. the Ills purpose of attending to any school matters that may be brought before him. Itespectfully, iM COIITEZ SALMON. ^Wells Thoroughly Cleaned/ And satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay. Come any day but Saturday, or leave orders at John Kellar's. ANDHBTW PKTKRMAN. Tes we're going to have'em again. Have what? Why those celebrated Farren & Farren' bulk oysters, and may be celery, too, at Pioneer drug store. Tomlinson's Quick itelief Oil cures croup, colds, asthma and Bronchitis. Sold by E. Brauch. Frequently accidents occur in the household which cause burns, cuts, sprains and bruises for use in such cases Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment has for many years been the constant favorite family remedy. For sale by E. Brauch. Tomlinson's Dead Shot cures colic, neuralgia of stomach, diarrhoea and all bowel troubles. Guaranteed to cure colic in horses. Sold by E. Brauch1. The tiunday Republican, The Mitchell Sunday Republican^as been enlarged to eight pages, and given a distinctive literary character. It will be sent to any address for $1 a year 50c. for six months or 25c. for three months. Send a quarter and try It for three months. Sample copies free on application. Address THE MITCHELL PRINTING CO., Mitchell, S. D. Is Consumption Incurable? Head the following: Mr. C. II. Mor ris, Newark, Ark., says: Was down with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced me an incura ble consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion, am now on my third bottle, and able to oversee the work on my farm. It is the finest mediciene ever made." Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says: Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, I would have died of Lung Troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am QOW in best of health." Try it. Sample bottle free at Pioneer Drug Store. 5 Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise.—A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Bolls and other affections caused by impure blood.— Will drive Malarial fevers.—For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indi gestion try Electric Bitters—Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money re funded—Price 50 cts. and 81.00 per bottle at the Pioneer Drug Store. 5 Friends when you call to renew your subscription, don't forget to speak about that premium—The Northwest ern Agriculturist—the best farm paper in tho North west. Iu the rush of busi ness we sometimes forget about, it. Every subscriber to 'the Herald who has his paper paid for one year in ad vance gets thia valuable tarm paper free. 95 LOCAL MENTION. It's Lent. Bring in your Job work. esierday was Ash Wednesday. The band boys are talking of getting up another concert Wm. liarnies is preparing to build| a large barn on his farm.J «?£,? Miss Alice Near has commenced clerking in the postoffice. More new crockery and just arrived at Kellar's. JoeLayno of Swan Lake, got kicked by a horse Monday. Of course you will all go to the enter tainment to-morrow evening. The alliance meeting held last Tues day brought out a fair attendance. ISIS *. *3S® lou can save money by buying your underwear and clothing of Sargent. Cranberries, sweet- potatoes, boss cider, best apples, at Pioneer drug store. Stoyc repairs for any stove in the United States or Canada for sale at Murphy's, W. II. i. Bliss, one of the proprietors of the Sioux Falls Daily.Press, died yesterday. Messrs llarrigle. White and ltees are at work making improvements on Mr. Baker's farm. Come and see the largest stock of 10 cent sirticles ever brought to Hurley, at J. Murphy's. W. U. (jowdy will sow 100 bushels of blue grass seed on liis Spring Valley pasture this spring. Call at the bank and pay those Build ing and Loan association dues next Saturday, the 22nd. Did you eyer see 'em beat? What? Why that fine line of confectionery at Pioneer drug store. The deal -by which C. U. Valentine disposes of his farm to Mr. John Mears \v ts c,losed Monday. The front end of a cold wave arrived Sunday and the boys are enabled to enjoy a spell of skating, Sibley Welch has been hauling rock all winter for the lower story of his new barn. It will be a dandy. The West Negus farm southeast of Hurley has changed hands. We did uot learn the purchaser's name. For Rent—(50 aeres plow land 3 miles south, and 50 acres 3 miles east of Hur ley—terms cash, at Allen's Agency. I have choice yellow seed corn for sale, 5 miles southeast of Hurley, sam ple at Allen's Agency. U. O. Pinncy. For Sale or Kent—^The Cbilds farm at Swan Lake—275 "acres—come and see us. A bargain. AllenV Agency. The Herald, said last week=tiiat Xing ery & Son were selling patent flour at S1.50 per sack when it should have said $1.25. It is reported that two of the high school girls are trying to learn to smoke a pipe. Don't do it, girls: it ,, jo isn't nice. Special arrangements with the pub lishers, enables us to offer the North western Agriculturist as a premium to our subscribers. The twelve year-old son of W. H. Stoddard met with a severe fall on the ice recently by which he was quite bad ly cut about the head. An extra fine team of heavy horses, a No. 1 team of mares i!ud some three and four year-old mare colts for sale by J. Fitch, Hurley. Stable near J. Sar gent's store. The deadlock In the Iowa legislature was broken yesterday by a compromise. The democrats get the speakership and the republicans the principal clerkships and five most important committees. The Weekly liustler is the name of Menno's new paper, which arrises from the grave of-the uefunct Kural Voice, It is published by Chas E. Clarke and opens up with a very fair advertising patronage. You cannot accomplish any work or business unless you feel well. If you feel -used up—tired out—take Dr. J. II. McLean's Sarsaparilla. It will give you health, strength and vitality. Sold by E. Brauch. The M. J2. society have selected the corner lot north of the Episcopal church and contemplate erecting a church building thereon as soon as the pjelim inary steps now under headway, can be completed. This will make the fifth church building in Hurley. Mr. W. P. Baker, who purchased the Warnei place, west of town, has a force of carpenters at work making improve ments thereon. He is putting up a temporary house 12x30 feet which will afterwards be used as a granery, and is also having a house 8x48 feet in size built for his pedigreed Poland China swine. Mr. Baker will erect a fine residence this summer, and the farming eommunlty and the citizens of Hurley have reason to congratulate themselves upon th'e acquisition of Mr. Baker and family to their community. Friday morning last the body of J. H. Newhall was found lying by the side of the road about two miles north west of Hurley. Mr. Newhall had been in town Thursday, starting for home about six o'clock in the evening. The body was brought to town and a jury summoned. The evidence showed that he was addicted to the use of paregoric, and that during the day he hud pur chased four ounces of this drug and that he had taken nearly all of it. The supposition Is that he became drowsy from the effects of the opium and fell from his wagon, his overcoat being found some distance from where he lay. He lay face downward In a pool of water. Ills team was found lis Mr. Lease's timber. The jury returned a verdict of death from an overdose,, irf opium, not taken with suicidal intent, and from exposure. Deceased was about 65 years of oge, and had been a resident of Turner county for a num ber of years. -He leaves a wife and'sev eral grown up children. Down She Goes! Until further notice I will sell gasoline at 14 cents per gallon, or 5 gallons for 65 cents. Spot cash. only... Ifp! E. BRAUCHf TO OUR PATRONS. Owing to the stringency of the money market, we are compelled to announce that from this date no goods will bo sold by the undertiigacd except for SPOT CASH. Thanking yon for past patronage, and believing that 1 can save you money on future purchases, I remain, Yours respectfully, J. C. MonriiY. Hurley, S. D., Feb. 20, 1890. Sewing machine needles at Kellar's. The best in the world—Acorn stoves. John Fitch now has his livery, sale and feed stable ready for business. The name of the postoffice at Sand ham, Turner Co., has been changed to Monroe. C. A. Near is a little under the weather. Charlie says it isn't la grippe however. Applications are coming from out side towns for stock in the Hurley Building and Loan asssciation. The outlook now is that there will be more building in Hurley this summer than there has been in any one season since 1883. Several bargains in improved farms and wild lands at Allen's Agency. We can suit you on location, soil, water, price and terms. Please don't forget that we lead'em all in the line of druggists sudries and fancy articles too numerous to mention at Pioneer drug store. Parker Press: A draft of $1,000 from the Piqua Aid and Accident association in favor of. Phil Cotton, administrator of the estate of Frank Cotton, was re ceived by the local agent of the com pany, 11. S. Caldbeck, Wednesday. Language is hardly strong enough to express my admiration of the merits of Chamberlain^ Cough Remedy. It is the best remedy for croup and whoop ing cough I have eyer used. During the past eighteen years I have tried nearly all the prominent cough, medi cines on the market, but say, and with pleasure too, that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the best of all.. Thomas Rhodes, Bakersfield, Crllfornla. 'For sale by Emil Brauch. Flour Flour!! FlourtSt $1.00 per sack. "y 1.25 per sack. Straight, .. Fancy Patent, At KINGERY & SON'S. If you suffer from any affection caused by Impure blood, such as scrof ula, salt rheum, sores, bolls, pimples, tetter, ringworm, take Dr. J. H. Mc Lean's Sarsaparilla. Sold by Emicl Brauch. PEBSONAL. C. B. Valentine and wife went to Parker and returned Monday. Mr. Peter Nelson returned home Tuesday morning after an absence of several weeks. Rev. Carhart is in town this week. He expects to move to Hurley with his family in about a month if a house can secured. Rev. Ilaug completed his evangelical labors at Hurley Monday evening, and started for Aberdeen Tuesday. During his work hero he has made many friends, who wish him success and health wherever his calling may take him. L. D. Morris, one of Turner county's early settlers, and for the past few years a resident of Los Angeles, Co., Cala., has been visiting his old stamp ing ground and renewing acquaintan ces. He) is now visiting in Iowa, but intends returning to Hurley in two or three weeks. Oh, say! don't forget your can when you come to town, and get it filled with five gallons best Kerosene oil for only $1.00. If not satisfactory your money refunded, at Pioneer drug stort Cheap for Cash. I will sell at my old farm during the next sixty days, the following personal property, at reasonable prices: 1 span matched horses, weigh about 1,900, young and sound. 3 good young family cows, two with calves at side. 3 yearling helfers 80 head choice grade sheep)* I nearly new Norwegian stirring plow 1 nearly new reversible harrow 1 wagon 1 hay rack 1 pair bobs, and a lot of small farm Implements, etc. C. B. VALENTINE. _J If you suffer pricking pains on mov ing the eyes, or cannot bear bright light, and find your sight weak and failing you should promptly use Dr. J. H. Lean's Strengthening Eye Salye. 25 cents a box. Sold by E. Brauch. There is a gag going around the capi tal that puts the McGinty joke to the blush: Do you know where the fair should beheld?" "At Now York?" "No." 1 At Chicago?"^ "No." -7 At St. Louis?" "At Washington?" No." Whero?" "Around the waist.'"—Washington This poor man's position.is unenvia ble and dangerous but if you own is no IN S E against FIRE, LMlIITNlNtt and WIND STORMS you' are in a worse position than he is. Insurance,-in the most reliable companies, is very cheap, and easy to get. Remember the de structive prairie fires of April 2,1889. Don't get caught again. Call at AL LEN'S AGENCY and get insurance at once. WASHINGTON LETTER., ag-j. SS From our Regular Correspondent. WASHINGTON. FEB. 10. 1890. Though not formally presented to tho house the majority and minority reports of the committee on rules have been in the hands of the journal clerk since Friday and have been ordered printed, in preparation for the big de bate. The majority report in great detail explains the differences between the new code and the one formally in use, but the statement of differences is unaccompanied with argument, except in the case of the rule as to ascertaining a quorum and that providing that" no dilatory motion shall be entertained by the speaker." These and the rule that one hundred members shall constitue a quorum in committee of the whole, are the only radical changes. Against these, the minority report, signed by Messrs Randall and Carlisle is mainly directed. The minority report indi cates that the debate on these three points will be protracted. The senate committee on public buildings and grounds has been ordered to report by bills, or otherwise, plans for the erection of several public build ings and the purchase of sites and for an addition to the white house. The debate on the question has awakened general interest and the public appears as much in favor of the idea as do the senators. Only niggardly legislation has prevented the erection of several of the proposed buildings long ago. By this delay the government has lost sev eral million dollars, for now that the necessity can no longer be fought off for any length of time, land in the business portion of the city has in creased from the prices of five years ago in a startling manner. Land now sells in the open market for three to ten times what it brought then. What it will bring in a few years more can be faintly immagined. And Uncle Sam needing land, sits with his hands in his pockets full of gold and lets oppor tunity drift by. Senator Morrill told the senate in his speech the other day that Uncle Sam is paying over $100,000 per annum in this city in renting buildings, often awkward and architecturally unsuited to public business, insufficiently lighted and ventilated, and generally making no pretension of being fire-proof. Many of these rents, by tricks that are dark, aredouble what any other tenant would pay. In- these insufficient structures are stored thousands 6f tons of govern ment records that could only be repro duced and that at immense cost. The only person who derives any benefit is the happy landlord. The newer government buildings are fireproof, but a few of the older ones make no claim to being so. Senator Morrill pronounced the government printing office to be a mere shell, death trap. Tho government owns some of the finest printing machinery in the world, with tons of excellent material, and possessess the electro types of works that cost thousands to produce, and all this property is con tained in a crazy shell of a bnildings thin walled, built piece-meal as urgent necessity called for additions, racked out of shape by machinery, and. with floors sagging from the weight of ma terial. These interesting barracks are hardly less objectionable from a sanitary standpoint, if one considers human life of any value. Ventilation Is wretched and the heating apparatus, upon the construction of which local engineers are placing so much stress since the awful Tracy tragedy of last week, is of the most antiquated description. There would b) no supply of water on the upper floors in case of fire. 'Che build ing is full of dark passages and corners where men work as in a mine and with hardly elbow room. This overcrowding retards work and that seriously, in seasons of a great rush of work as In December, and dur ing the last month of each session. And every year, as the country grows, the amount of work increases. About the only thing satisfactory about the print ing office is its site. The location iB in a neighbordood where workmen can live at a reasonable rate and rents are low, and It is convenient to the capltol, with which the hurried business of the Congressional Record is transacted. Of more purely local Importance is the question of the new postoffice. The present building is an ancient hotel dark, dirty and unhealthy. The major ity of the clerks work under gaslight, and scwergas reigns supreme. The difficulty of procuring a suitable site has thus far prevented congressional action in this case. It will be of some interest to learn what congress will do for two of the hardest worked classes of people in the employ of the govern ment. Try Kellar's new Java coffee.,, J%WH 4i Hurley, S. D., Feb. 19,1890. Hurley, 1 HURLEY,v SOTJTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1890. NUMBER 48. (. 4^ 'l¥« The Goods Must be Sold. Groocls Retailed, at -WHOLESALE PRICES.- The Entire C. M. Pier Stock is now Being Closed Out at Prices O W E Than Ever Before Heard of in Turner County. Come at Once, and Seeure GENUINE BARGAINS. ii OLE SHAGER, Agent. JTJBT RECEIflED A.T A LLEINT BRO ©. As tine a line of S IN O O S as was ever brought to the city, and you will find the FHIcilS LOWER tKan ever before. "We are not selling a bankrupt stock, but we are offering good new goods at prices that will as tonish you, THEY ARE SO LOW. Call and see if we do not live up to what Ave advertise. South Dakota, Respectfully, if JOSEPH FRICK,:.. Manufacturer of, and Dealer in Team, Carriage Buggy HARNESS, And Strap Work of all Kinds? SADDLES, WHIPS, BRUSHES, CURRY COMBS. HARNESS OIJj. TIUULEY, SOUTH DAKOTA.. ALLEN B.ROS. ,Well Boring, I IN Wind Mills and Pumps, CLARK. DEYO & CLARK, HUIU.KY, SOUTH DAKOTA. ,Y.' if *.-*•' Having purchased one of the latest im proved Augers and Drills, we can guarantee satisfac tion' in every Instance. RMCBS LOW AND TERMS IIKASCXABI.K. I N E S & S O N DEALERS IN Staple and Fancy O E I E S r-: .r ^7: Wi(, ?Mv.V -•/.•• v..':-'--• Flour, Salt, Tobacco, etc.., HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA. si„ ?,x! v.-..", V, ,„, **9*9£9*^ ^s *j3® DO YOU WANT r«^o 1 13 uy a tv ,* ife^i® You will find that the best and cheap est place in Turner County is at 1 -, "Tl E and that the best firm to deal with is 1 This space belongs to J. W. KELLAR. RECEPTION AND OPERA HALL, HURLEY. -Uncle Sam's Reception.-- The Four New States Received Into the Union. MUSIC! TABLEAUX! This Entertainment is (riven under the auspices of the School and for the' benefit of the School Organ Fund. Oyster Supper in Brauclrs Hall from 5 to 7 and 9 to 12 P. M. Admission to Reception, Children, 1 ELLIOTT&BACH ,-vwg:^ 'p. 1 2M '\rl Ji SV "S Evening, Feb, 21. ,4.. As-'H ^0 5 OYSTERS 25 CTS. PER DISH. COME AND HAVE A GOOD TIME. -L~ ""9 I 2 5 1 15 cts. KROLL, Proprietor $ Hurley Meat Market fitii and Smoked Meat Alwajri on Hand. Highest Prices Paid for Ure Htock, Hide* and Fx I1URLE1", HURLEY FURNITURE STORE. New Stock and Prices to Suit the Times. CALL AND SEE MY GOODS BEFORE BUYING Coffins and Undertaker's Furnishing Groods. G. L. PALMEB. Prop. DAKOTA. .i: ipMl a.