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VOLUME VII.
Turner County Herald.
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
PUBLISHED BY
W. C. BROWN.
MKMIIKH OK SOUTH DAKOTA
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ASSOCIATION.
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ItUllI.Ky I.OIKJK NO. "5, T. O. O. P.
Meats every Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
In AUtn's hall. Visit !ni{ brothers are moat earn
•ttlyrequoitod toattenil.
C. J". 11ACH. It. K. c. St. TOOI,, x. (!.
B. a. M'COOK POST, SO. 31, (5. A. It,"'
Meet llrst ami third Saturday of eacli month
at p. in., In G. A. It. liall.
Passenger, No,
frelKht, 24
Passenger, No.
BiUlnaj Time
Chicago anil Northwestern
Table.
TRAINS UOI.VU KAST.
B:0J p. in.
2:54 p, 111.
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lO Ha.ra.
Freight, 1?:13 a! nu
Mftko through connection for Chlciito and
Sioux City.
Yankton trains connect at Ccntreville with
both morning and evening passenger.
W. A. THRALL.
(Jen'L Ticket Agent.
O. (!. U1ELI Agent.
TO OUR PATRONS.
Owing to thestringency of the money
market, we are compelled to announco
that from this date no goods will be
sold by the undersigned except for
SPOT CASH.
Thanking you for past patronage, and
believing that 1
can save you money on
future purchases, I remain,
Yours respectfully,
J. C. MUIIPIIY.
Hurley, S. J}., Feb. 20, 1890.
Leasing School Lands.
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA,
—OFFICE OF—
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Commissioner or School and l'ubtlc Laiulx.
I'IEKRE, Feb. 25,1890.
Notice is hereby given that on the
16th day of April, 1890, all the School
lands of Turner county will be leased
at public auction to the highest bidder,
at the front door of the court house in
said county. The leasing will be con
ducted by the County Scperintendent
of Schools. Said leasing will be held
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m.
and 6 o'clock p, m. each day till all
tracts ot School land have been ottered
for. lease. JRach bidder whose' bid is
accepted, must at once deposit the
2v' i^unt of his bid with the County
.'.^Treasurer, taking his receipt therefor.
If the lease is no.t approved by the
Governor the money will be returned.
The following is the list of School
Lands in Turner county to be olfered:
Sections 10 and 36, Townships 96, 97, 98,
99 and 100 North, Kange 52 and 53,
West, and Townships 97,98, 99 tnd 100
North, Kanges 54 and 55 West.
O.H. PARKER,
Commissioner of School and Public
Lands.
BUSINESS BIllKFS.
Over one million acorn stoves in use.
Try gold dust washing powder, 4
pounds for 25 cents—at Kellar's.
John Fitch now has his livery, sale
and feed stable ready for business.
Water set of five pieces given with
flach pound of Berkley's baking powder,
price 50 cents, at Kellar's.
Take a bottle of Quick Belief Oil and
»Dead Shot home with you and if thev
don't cure come and get your money.
Sold by JS. Brauch.
Any kind of a watch or clock cleaned
and renaired at Pioneer Drug Store.
J. P. Kristiensen.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Tea
The best salve iu the worle for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores Ulcers. Salt Kheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands.
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to giye
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded, weapons.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by E «nd is
Brauch.
Come to stay—J. P. Kristiensen, at
Pioneer Drug Store, watch maker and
jeweler,
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Wells Thoroughly Cleaned.
And satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay.
Come any day but Saturday, or leave
orders at John Kellar's
'V ANDREW PETEHMAN.
we're going to have'em again.
Hare what? Why those celebrated
Farren & Farren bulk oysters, and
may be celery, too, at Pioneer drug
store.
Tomlinson's Quick Belief Oil cures
croup, colds, asthma and Bronchitis.
Bold by £. Branch.
Frequently accidents occur in the
household which cause burns, cuts,
sprains and bruises for use in such
cases Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil
Liniment has for rtiany years been the
constant favorite family remedy. For
sale by E. Brauch.
Tomlinson's Dead Shot cures colic,
nouralgia of stomach, diarrhoea and
all bowel troubles. Guaranteed to cure
colic in lidrs3s. Sold by B. Branch.
Is Consumption Incurable?
Itead 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. Kings
New Discovery for Consumption I
would have died of. Lung Troubles.
Wa$ given tip by doctors. Aui now
best of health." Try it. Sample bottle
free at i'ioaeer Drqjg Store. 3
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LOCAL MENTION.
ring in your Job work.
Try Kellar's-new Java coffee.
Bather blizzard^ this morning.
Centreville Is to huve a public hall.
County commissioners are in session, at Allen Bros'.
Easter comes one week from next
Sunday.
'Che county alliance meets in Hurley
Saturday.
A fine lot of Clothing just received at
Allen Bros', ''f
liats and caps regardless of cost at
C. 11. Pier's old stand.
sets
More new crockery and glass
just arrived at Kellar's.
Charlie Murray expects to move
Nebraska ir a few weeks.
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A portion of the Childs farm at Swan
Lake has been sold to Ole Hansen.
John ltyan, of Marion, was lined S40
and costs last week for beating his wife.
Those Are breaks ought to be attended
to now that the grass is in condition to
burn.
Woolen Yarn, Hoods and Nubias at
your own price at C. M. Pier's old
stand.
4.
Come and see the largest stock of 10
cent articles ever brought to Hurley,
at J. C. Murphy's.
South Dakota's Condition Is not very
bad when four per cent bonds sell at a
premium of 0% cents.
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Auction sales have been numerous
this week in this vicinity, there having
been one each day so far.
For weak back, chest pains, use a Dr
J. H. McLean's Wonderful Healing
Plasters. Sold by E. Brauch.
The Ladies Aid society of the Baptist
church will meet with Mrs. C. A. Near
Friday afternoon at two o'clock.
Wm. Harneis' new barn looms up in
grand shape and makes quite an im
provement to his farm property.
If you want to buy a fine organ
cheap call at the Herald oliice, and
see what a bargain we have to offer.
I have choice yellow seed corn for
sale, 5 miles southeast of Hurley, sam
ple at Allen's Agency. II. 0. Pinney.
There are said to be quite a number
of applicants for the position of clerk
of court, made vacant by the death of
Mr. McCartney.
The "Elephant" social and tea held
at llev. Peck's last Friday evening
netted over seven dollars for the Pres
byterian society.
How about purchasing a county poor
farm? We would like to hear from
residents of different portions of the
county on this subject.
The farmers have been so busy at
tending sales this week that the town
hits appeared a little dull most of the
time.—Wednesday excepted.
Mr. Langley has many friends down
this way, and they congratulate him
upon his election as commander ot the
G. A. It. for the state of South Dakota.
An extra fine team of heavy horses,
a No.'l team of mares and some three
and four year-old mare colts for sale by
J. Fitch, Hurley. Stable near J. Sar
gent's store.
Mr. Nels Ilaugland and Miss Anna
Deidrich were married at Parker by
Judge Caldbeck on the 20th inst. That
health and prosperity may bo their
portion is the wish of the Herald.
Miss Matilda Ilindman, of California
will lecture at Parker, Friday evening,
April 4th on Equal Suffrage." Presi
dent Ward, of the Turner Co. Equal
Suffiage association invites all to come
and hear that side of the question.
There was a small sized "scrap" on
the street Tuesday afternoon between
Jas. Madison and three of the Ludens.
As Madison made the attack he was
invited by Judge Elliott to contribute
$5.00 to the school fund with necessary
trimmings for the justice, marshal and
witnesses, amounting in all to $6.75.
Judge Allen's court was engaged
Friday in the trial of C. S. Gothaab,
charged with an assault upon the per
son of Niels Larsen. The evidence
was there and Mr. Gothaab was fined
$5 and costs. Mr. Larsen was then
arrested tor cairying concealed
Ho waived examicaiion,
and is under 3500 bonds to await the
action of the grand jury.
A resident of Minnesota recently
wrote to the editor ot the Pierre Free
Press for information in regard to the
reservation country, and one of his in
quiries wa»: Are there lots of In
dians?" The Free Press replies as
follows: "It is backed by some of the
best men in the city, but the Free Press
is no prophet." We would suggest that
this matter be referred to B. C. Ash,
as he is good authority on this subject.
A Sioux Falls special of March 24th
says: "State Treasurer Smith this
evening sold at auction SI50,000 worth
ot state bonds to the Jarvis-Conklin
Mortgage Trust company, of New
York, for $1.09%. The bonds draw 4
per cent and run for twenty years. It
is the first sale of state bonds in South
Dakota, and thQ price at which they
sold is higher than any state bonds
have ever been sold west of the Miss
issippi."
The iollowing from an Iowa ex
change fits in South-Dakota just as
well as anywhere else, and we know of
some to whom the description fits
pretty snugly: We do not blame busi
nesss men for forming associations and
endeavoring to secure legislation
against the habitual dead-heat. The
man who goes to a doctor or a dentist
for service, or who buys groceries or
dry goods of a merchant, or the man
who takes a paper from the office year
after year, never intending to |ay for
any of these and expecting to shelter
himself behind exemption laws or gen
eral worthlessness" is not better than a
thief. IIo is no better morally than
the thief, and not nearly so honorable.
Any law that will tiend, to make him an
honest man, even though he becomes so
unwillingly, should have the support of
all our legislatures."
Wheat sowing has commenced.
Sewing machine needles at Kellar's.
Brauch It having his tin roof painted.
The best in the world—Acorn stoves.
Clothing' is cheaper than ever before
I
Gowdy Bros.' sale brought' out quite
a crowd yesterday.
Best patent flour $1.25 per sack, at I.
G. Ferguson & Co.'s.
A counterfeit 10-cent piece is said to
be abroad in the land.
Don't forget that those accounts duo
C. M. Pier must be paid.
You can save money.by buying your
underwear and clothing of Sargent.
A full line of boots and shoes at bed
rock prices at C. M. Pier's old stand.
Monday night's wind was the wind
iest wind wo have had for some time.
The Presbyterian society will soon
treat their church building to a coat of
paint.
Dr. II.S. Giaves expects to be located'
in his now residence, north of Herald
oflice, by April 1st.
Gowdy Bros, have for rent a good,
well improved farm one mile and a
half south of Hurley.
Anton liasmussen has been consider
ably under the weather from a bad
cold during the past week,
Mr. D. C- Ward has been quite sick
with the pneumonia during the past
week, but is now much better.
Remember your Building and Loan
association dues next Saturday They
can be paid at'Turner County Bank.
Farm machinery is beginning to fol
low the wagons of our tillers of the soil
as they return home from trips to town.
Kev. J. J. Mclntire was elected chap
lain of the G. At B. for the department
of South Dakota at the Sioux Falls en
campment.
The. Hurley Cornet band serenaded
Prof. Allen and wife Monday evening.
The boys were invited in and pleasantly
entertained.
The county records have commenced
moving south. It is only a question of
time as to their reaching and finally
locating in Hurley.
Bock is being delivered on the ground
for the foundation of the M. E. church
building. The size of the building will
be 24x40 feet with 14 foot posts.
The gathering at Ed. Mann's sale was
said to be the largest ever congregated
at a public sale in Turner county.
Most of the things sold brought very
good prices.
A. W. and Walter Benson have rent
ed the Pappe farm, which has been
occupied during the past seven years
by E. M. Mann. This is one of Turner
county's gilt-edge farms and wo believe
the boys will manage it in a manner
that will insure its holding its reputa
tion.
Rev. S. A. Peck has decided to take
personal supervision of his Douglas
county tarm this year, and consequent
ly has given up the ministery for the
present. During their residence in
Hurley, Mr. Peck and family have
made many warm friends who will re
gret to see them leave here.
The Herald last week attempted to
cheat Prof. Allen and wife out of a
week of happiness and joys of a mar
ried life, by stating that they were
married on the 22d inst., when the
event took place on the 15th. Forgive
us this time, Professor, and we promise
that such an error shall not occur again.
Air. Geo. McCartney, clerk of court
for Turner county, died at his residence
in Parker Tuesday evening. Mr. Mc
Cartney's health had been failing for
some time, and the tax upon his nerves
and strength caused by the excitement
of Sunday night's firo was more than
he was able to stand, and he gradually
sank away, a victim to that dread dis
ease, consumption. He leaves a wife
and one child, who have the heart-felt
sympathies ot the public In the hour of
their bereavement.
Parkston Advance: The Millcown
flour mills, which were recently rebuilt
by the Hutterische Brother society, or
Mennonite colony, were destroyed by
explosion and fire. It seems from the
information given us by Mr. Joel Long
of that place, that flour was being
drawn and sacked from a large bin
above. A large quantity had been
drawn, leaving a cavity when a great
mass caved in with such force that the
spout was bursted off and the contents
of the bin rushed into the room below,
An explosion occurred which is said
to have blown one side of the mill.half
way across the river and the whole in
side of the structure seemed to catch
Ore at once. Several parties were in
jured and burned quite badly, but we
are unable to give names. ... ...
FKItSONAL.
O. B. Allen visited in Hurley Mon
day.
Commissioner Bacon is snowed in at
Hurley,
P. Allen made a business trip
Parker Tuesday.
C. J. Bach and wife were in Parker
Tuesday between trains.
Mrs. J. T. Hogan, of Parker, is visit
ing in Hurley this week.
Judge Kennedy and family were
Visitors in Hurley Sunday.
T. W. Murphy and John Hogan were
visiting in Parker Sunday. M'
Will Hoyne spent Sunday visiting
with friends at Centreville.
C. A, Near went to Parker Monday
to see the ruins of the county offices.
ltev. Peck and his son Will started
for Douglas county Monday morning.
E. Brauch started for Chicago Tues
day, on his semi-annual purchasing
tour.
Mrs. J. Andrew started from Hurley
Tuesday eyening on her return trip to
her Colorado home.
Mr. Jas. P. Withee started Monday
morning fqr Itockton, 111., where he ex
pects to mako his home in the futi re.
HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, MARCH 87, 1890.
LOOK AT THI8.
After April 1st we shall not sell any
goods on open account. We will sell
coupon books on 30 days* Any longer
time must be secured. We wish all
who know themselves indebted to us,
to settle by cash or note on or before
the above date.
ours Respectfully,
InA G.
FERGUSON
& Co.
NOTICE.
Having purchased a home in Hur
ley, I am very much in need of all the
money due me, to meet the rrionthly
dues on the same. Those not able to
pay all now, will confer a great favor if
they will pay a part each month.
Yours Respectfully,. .si
Dr. H. S. GRAVES:
Notice.
The annual meeting, of the members ot the
Hurley Cemetery association will be held at
Allen's Agency on Monday. April 7, isoo, to
elect a board of directors and transact aiiy other
business which properly comes before such
meeting. ,. p.
ALLKJI,
Secretary.
All persons having books belonging
to the Baptist Sunday School library
please leave them at the postoffice next
week as we wish to exchange libraries.
EUGENE .lUDSOtf,
Librarian.
Stoye repairs for any stove in tho
United States or Canada for sale at
Murphy's, .•
Rooms to Rent«
Having moved to my farm, I have
three rooms to rent in my house in the
southern part of town.
MRS, E. M. UDSON.
Teachers* examination
Will be held at Hurley, Turner county,
en Tuesday, April 1,1890.
C. SALMON,
c. Co. Supt.
Don't forget that wo- keep at few
watches at Pioneer drug,
store that we
are not afraid to warrant.
Now is the time to insure against
Cyclones, Tornadoes, Windstorms and
Hurricanes. We represent none but
reliable companies.
ALLKN'S'AGENCY.
Electric Bitters.
This remedy is becoming
known and so popular as to
so well
need
mention. All who" have used
special
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, Boils 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 $1.00 per
bottle at the Pioneer Drug Store. 5
You cannot accomplish any work
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.
Parkston Advance: The silver sen
sation northwest of here is more ot a
fact than many believed at first, and
even yet. Samples of the ore being
tested by chemists have been pro
nounced to bo silver, and now to make
it more certain samples have been ex
pressed to the school ot mines at Mapid
City. One gentleman made a trip away
to the cities on purpose to investigate
tho matter and comes back thoroughly
convinced that they have a fortune at
hand. It goes without saying that the
result of the school of mines test if it
proves satisfactory will create great ex
citement. It is said that somo of the
claims northwest of here have thous
ands of pounds Of pure ore in sight
with a few feet digging and that much
more is to be found in layers of sand.
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 Saiyc.
25 conts a box. SoJ4 by E. Brauch.
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ALLEN'S AGENCY.
We have several No. 1 farms for sale on
very easy terms.
If you have a farm for sale list it with us.
We write Insurance for the most reliable
Companies.
Ocean Steamer tickets sold over any
Steamship line.
Satisfaction
Buy a farm and own a home in the best
farming county in the world.
guaranteed.
ALLEN'S AGENCY.
C-B§r~
The Goods Must be
Sold.
Goods Retailed at
-WHOLESALE PRICES.-
Th.e Entire O. 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 Secure
GENUINE BARGAINS.
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We deal in Groceries, Moury
Salt, Crockery, Glassware, No
tions and jewelry.
Good goods sold cheap.
CASH! ftCASH!
JUST RECEIVED
AT ALLEN BROS
As line a line of
S IN O O S
as was ever brought to the
city, and you will find the
PRICES LOWER
than 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 we advertise.
Hurley, llespectfully,
South Dakota. ALLEN BROS.
I N E & S O N
DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy
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Flour, Salt, Tobacco, etc.
HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA.
HURLEY FURNITURE STORE.
New Stock and Prices to Suit the Times.
Well Boring,
,-.T I LING,
Wind Mills and Pumps,
CLARK. DEYO & CLARK,
nUKLEY.. SOUTH DAKOTA.
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Having purchased one of the latest im
proyed?Augers and Drills, wo
can guarantee satisfac
tlon in every
CALL AND SEE MY GOODS BEFORE BUYING
Coffins and Undertaker's Furnishing Goods.,
Gr.
NUMBER 48.
Have to
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Which is the" Bradley.":
ELLIOTT & BACH
We will sell our goods for
CASH or farm produce or
SECURED PAPER only, and
will not be undersold by any
one. Buy of us a Coupon
Credit Book and keep your
own accounts.
L. PALMER, Prop
A. H. KROLL,
Proprietor
Hurley Meat Market
Kresh and smoked Meat Always on Hand.
Iiighcrtt Piicen l'aiil far Live Stock, Hides and lTui*
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And Strap Work of all Kinds,
SADDLES, U'HIl'S.
IlltUSHES, CUlUtY CO Mas,
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