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Real Estate. Loan and Insurance Agents, Money
faraithod Tor final proofs.
"/BlMOtimiMIi MIJTK.
Geo. 0. Swafne, M. D,
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON,
W ah to a a
,, Mmwi of women a specialty. Office on Da.
koWfVenue. 6
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F. MITCHELL, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON.
"1 XtoutU°rtCa"
Comfortable Stabling attached.
Corner rblrd Street and Minnesota avenne.
1$
.DAKOTA.
in «eai Ksuie and Chattel
Security,
fi Orer^Mrce's hardware store.
Jamber & Bogart,
ATTOllNEYB AND CODNSELI/}RS AT LAW.
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Special Attention Given to Collection.
WAHMTO», DAKOTA.
W. AfeBUCKLE, M. D.,
HOMOBO»ATHIC PHTBICIAH AMD SUROEON.
in ii ii MINNESOTA.
Diseases of Women a Specialty, also the Eye
and Ear.
Promptly responded to.
#(16® tind R68MAC6: Arbnckle's new building.
Expre8'''with
Dakota Avenue, IOC
ELI VikCHON, Propr.
Oppoalte Opera House. Feb. 27n47
ASTON GULES
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Shop on Dakota avenue, opposite N. Schott's
store. All kinds ol repairing promptly attended
to#
JOilN M. RUGGjuES,
WAHPETON, DAKOTA,
REGISTER OP DEEDS.
Titles to lands investigated, and correct ab
•tracts furnished. Taxes paid for non-residents.
Collections made, and promptly remitted.
Mali bought and sold.
I will see that the tax is cancelled on the treas
arer'a records, and the proper amount of tax
p. sollected. My charges are 1.00 for each receipt.
Proprietors of
EXCELCIOR MEAT MARKET.
Dealers in all kinds of freehand salt meats,'
hams,bacon and sausage constantly on hand.
Cash paid. for fat cattle, hides and furs. Meat
silvered .to any part of Wahpeton and Breckin
idge, fre. of charge.
Commercial Hotel
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
Good Accomodation Gnarnteed to the transient
Public.
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Jane
SCHM1TT,
Vol. 6.
^.Taylor,
WAHPETON DAKOTA.
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HENRY C. RENO,
PHYSICIAN SURGEON, Wahpeton, D. T.
Office over Howry's Bee Hive Store. Resi
d*ace, Dr. Hatten'a bouse, Tblrd street. w48
G. BARKOW, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office over Martin Schott's store,
WAHPETON, DAKOTA, nl
H.B. CR AND ALL,
Real Estate Agent, Notary Public and Collector.
Farms and Town Lots for Sale.
COLFAX, Richland County, DAKOTA
GEO HANLY,
SURGEON DENTIST
Office with Dr. Geo. D. Swnine, "over
Hardware store, Wahpeton, D. T.
«'s
Joseph C. Hen vis,
Heal Estate Office
GRAND VIEW FARM, D. T.
Partie a located on goverment land. Monevto
Loan and Final Proofs Made. uneO
THE
Minnesota House
BRECKINRIDGE, MINNESOTA.
D. E. BRONSON. Propr.
Pronrietor.
Money to Loan!
C11TYELS AID REAL ESTATE.
always On Hand
Farm Lands
for Chattel Loans
City Property bought and sold.
Kellogg & Hyatt,
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
O. WEINSMA, M. D.
FAyiictott and.
Surgeon,
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MILLER'S DRUG STORE,
EngUsb, German and Scandinavian Languages
Spoken. u'j
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
V4IK. hktta Atone ui Sixth Street.
Dakota
'Oas Block, from. 8i. F.,Ui fc a. depot.
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Grood Sample Booms.
JO. H. SMITH, Prop.
tlr.T. h.Taylor
SURGEON DENTIST,
has permanently located In .Wahpeton, and
prepared to do a general dentistry bu^neas.
rt,|16nr8ft lrifteUig6#«
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palates and* all irtegularities of ohlidrM'a
fki|) receive the latest mode of treatment.
414, WOBKS
afyeltn, peloid.
News Notes.
Twenty-one girl doctors were
graduated Tuesday noon from the
Chicago Woman's college.
About two million sheep are at
present in Colorado. The dip
this year will be 10,000,000 pounds.
The brightest reporter on the
Kansas City Press is a lady, Mrs.
Bees, of the Journal. She is 28, and
speaks four languages.
Kingston, Ont., April 28: Dr.
E. J. Baker, of the City Registrar,
died to-day, aged 85. He was con
sidered the father of the Canadian
press.
The St. Paul Eastern Grand
Trunk, known as Thud Pound's
road, has been purchased by the
Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western
and its construction will be con
tinued.
The friends of the bandit, Tuttle,
who was taken from the SpearSsh
hospital and hanged, have offered
$15,000 for _coiuricting_ evidence
agaigst-tlie" vigilants who" swung
Jriiii into eternity.
Mary Cash was driven from home
by her mother at Decatura, Ga., be
cause her lover betrayed her. In
two hours she came back and went
co bed. She had given birth to a
dead child, and hid it in a hollow
log. In a week she was dead. She
.was the belle of that region.
^Dispatch: It is a little early, to
spring a thing of this kind,on Mrs
Ella Wheeler Wilcox, but we now
begin to suspect her real meaning
when she wrote "Have you heard of
the Valley of Babyland?" She
probably wanted our advice as to
whether there was any path that
goes around it.
A Washington female correspond
ent, sketching the latust street por
trait of Dr. Mary Walker, makes
her a well dressed dude in well cut,
close fitting trousers and a tall silk
hat, but describes her as looking
like a little, ugly, withered boy,
with brown-black hair hanging in
soapy locks down her neck.
The president has sent the name
of Henry W. Cannon, of Stillwater,
into the senate for confirmation as
comptroller in the treasury in place
of John K. Knox, resigned. The
Minnesota delegation have been
urging Mr. Cannon's claims during
the week and naturally feel elated
over his appointment. Mr. Cannon
will donbtless be confirmed by the
senate without opposition, and is
claimed to be eminently fitted for
the post so long held by Mr. Knox.
Ipswich Bulletin: The board of
commissioners have decided to
raise the license for the sale of in
toxicating liquors to $500 per an
num, after the 1st of July. The
license at present is $300. The ac
tion of the board will be heartily
commended by a large majority of
the people of the county. Now if
the board will see to it that all the
laws regulating the sale of intoxi
cating liquors are steadily enforced,
all will have been accomplished that
it is practicable to accomplish at the
present time.
LaCrosse, Wis., 2: E. P. Beynolds
of Bock Island and C. C. Smith of
LaCrosse have taken a contract to
build seventy-five miles more of the
Bismarck extension of the Burling
ton, Cedar Bapids & Northern from
Pipe Stone, Minn., to Bismarck,
Dak. This, with the previous con
tract from near Spirit Lake, Iowa,
to Pipe Stone, makes a total of 150
miles to be open for business by
Jan. 1, 1885. The surveys are for a
high line. It is nearly all embank
ment work with very few cuts.
What cuts will have to be made are
light. This is to keep out of the
way of drifting snow. From two to
three hundred teams are now at
work and the number is being in
creased as rapidly as possible. This
is one of the heaviest contracts
that will be taken in the west this
year.
Des Moines, April
SO: A special
to the State Register gives the de
tails of a horrible crime which was
committed near rollaiid last night.
Edward Thompson, a ybung aor
^ejj{ian, yeijt home intoxicated and
tried to sliobt bis wife/but was pre?
vented by his Wife's sister,', vta Snc
ceeded in getting his revdlv^er. -Xtis
Mfie! got out doers ahd started /oir
the Neighbors, wheh' he ptirsucid he!
axe, and* bvcffttfkihg 4&r
feljia her to the ground, rerinttirig
the blotvs toiir tlii^ In
indenting and friactiimj^^evi^ull
Supposing her dead, he-rrftn: *^^.
His wife's sister called^ for help, and1
the victim was found in' a comatose
state. SurgeottB worked for hours
"extracting pieces from the:
skull and
relieving the pressure from the
brain. There is but a slight chance
for her recovery. Search iqade for
Thompson showed be had plunged
head first into a deep well and thus
endfcd his miserable existence: He
was disappated and made his wife's
life unhappy ever since their mar
riage,
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The highest rate of the Western
Union Telegraph company at pres
ent is $1 for ten words between
Portland Maine, and San Fran
cisco.
Oh Saturday and Sunday last ten
thousand immigrants landed at
Castle Garden. Most of these are
bound for the northwestern. States,
where many of them have friends.
Appleton, Wis., 2: A case of
genuine trichanosis was discovered
here to-day. On the 13th of April a
family living 011 Onedia street, com
posed of five persons, named Warner
feasted upon a pork roast, the
weight of which was seven pounds.
For a few days following chey ate
uncooked pork sausage and bread,
when they commenced to have vom
iting spells and excruciating pains
in the abdoman, and the face and
body began to swell in a most start
ling manner. The joints and mus
cles ached, and the nearer the trunk
of the body the more apparent were
the almost unindurable pains and
stiffness. The doctor who was first
called did not recognize the disease,
and not until to-day vras it known
positively what was the matter.
There is little hope of their re
covery.
Des Moines, Iowa, 1: The town
of Manning, Carrol county, is stir
red up ,by a first-class sensation. A
prominent business man named
William Morrow, while walking up
on the street this morning, was ac
costed by two women of doubtful
character, who threw cayenne pep
per in his eyes, completely blind
ing him. One of the women was
armed with a horsewhip, which she
produced and began using upon the
helpless victim with all her power.
A couple of men coming along at
tempted to interfere, when the
other woman drew a revolver and
fired, missing the object of her
wrath. They were then arrested
and disarmed. The women are sis
ters of John Harden, a saloon
keeper and alleged gambler. They
have an unsavory reputation, and
they have recentlv received letters
asking them to stay away from the
skating rink as their presence was
objectionable. Marrow was be
lieved to be the author of the let
ters, hence this summary visitation
of vengence. It has been learned
that the proprietor of the rink sent
the letters himself and Morrow had
no hand in it. The citizens are
talking of a coat of tar and feathers
for the perpetrators of the outrage.
Girls in Business.
We commend to all girls who
wish or expect to engage in any
self supporting occupation, especi
ally where they may come into com
petition with men, the following ex
tract from Elizabeth Stuart Phelp's
article, entitled, "Supporting Her
self," in the May St. Licholas:
"But, girls, if you don't mean to
make a thorough business of the oc
cupation you have chosen, never,
never, NEVER begin to be occupied
at all. Half-finished work will do
for amateurs it will never answer
for professionals. The bracket you
are sewing for a New Year's present
can hang a little crooked on its
screws, and you will be forgiven
'for the love's sake found therein'
by the dear heart to which you offer
it but the trinket carved'for sale
in the Sorrento rooms must be cut
as true as arose leaf. You can be
a little shaky as to your German de
clensions in the Schiller Club, which
you join so enthusiastically after
leaving school, and no great harm
ever come of it but teach Schiller
for a living, and for every dative
case forgotten you are so much
money out of pocket.
"People who pay for a thing de
mand thorough workmanship or
none. 'To offer incomplete work
for complete market price is to be
either a cheat or a beggar. The ter
rible grinding laws of supply and
demand, pay and receive, give and
get, give no quarter to shilly-shally
labor. The excellence of your in
tentions is nothing to the point.
The stress of your poverty has not
the slightest connection with the
case. Ail editor will never pay you
fdr your poem because you wish to
help your mother. No customer
Will: btiy her best bonnet or her
vlieat'fiower of you because you are
unable.to pay for rent. When you
have entered the World of trade, you
tiiive entered a world where tender
ness-find charity and personal inter
est are foreign relations. Not 'for
friendship's sake' nor 'pity's sake,'
nor *for Chivalry's sake' runs the
great rally-cry of this great world—
but oiily 'for value received.'
"It is with sorrow and shame, but
Sitb fiope and courage, and I write
it-^tfieito is reason for the exten
sive complaint made by men, that
women no dot work thoroughly. I
am afraid that, till time and trouble,
shall have taught them better, they
will not. It is because they have
never been trained? In it because
they expect to be married? That it is
not in the least because they can
not, we know for we know that
some of the most magnificently ac
curate wojrk ih the world has been
done by womon."
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Wahpeton, Richland Oounty, Dakota, May 9. 1884.
-y! Thoughtfta Notes.
Work and experience form the
only wings u|on which even genius
can rise.
A man of a great deal of char
acter cannot hide It. He jrill be
tray it even when he sneezes.
The success of the greater part of
things depends upon Knowing how
long it takes to succeed.
There are a great many duties
that cannot wait. Unless they are
done the moment they present
themselves, it is not worth while to
do them at all.
Virtue consists in making desire
subordinate to duty, passion to
principle. The pillars of character
are moderation, temperance, chas
tity, simplicity, self control its
raethod*is self denial.
Censure and criticism never hurt
anybody. If false, they cannot harm
you, unless you are wanting in
character and, if true, they show a
man his weak points and forewarn
him against failure and trouble.
The truly virtuous do riot easily
credit evil that is told them of their
neighbors for if others may do
amiss, then may these also speak
amiss man is frail and proven to
evil, and therefore may soon fail in
words.
Ella Wheeler's Marriage.
Milwaukee, May 8: The marri
age of Miss Ella Wheeler, Wiscon
sin's favorite poetess, this week,
was one of the most complete and
most genuine social surprises ever
known in this city. Mr. Robert M.
Wilcox, the bridegroom, is a weal
thy young manufacturer of Cincin
nati. He has prepared a magnifi
cent home for his bride at Meriden,
and a summer home on the seacoast,
and will fit up "winter quarters" in
New York City. Their acquaint
ance and courtship have had all the
essential favor of romance. Mr.
Wilcox happened to be in this city
on the occasion of the last soldier's
reunion here, a few years ago. He
had read Miss Wheeler's poems and
had conceived a great desire to meet
her. The poetess was one of the
chief figures of interest at the great
reception given to the veterans at
the exposition building. Mr. Wil
cox saw her, and, though not intro
duced, he fell in love at once. Re
turning to his home he wrote her a
letter. It was a manly epistle, and
won her favorable attention at once.
They corresponded for nearly a year
before they met. Their meeting
confirmed the impression and opin
ion that each had formed of the
other, and a speedy engagement fol
lowed. During the last two years
Mr. Wilcox has made occasional
visits to Mrs. Wheeler in her west
ern home, but only a few of her
most intimate friends knew of the
relations existing between them,
and the wedding was, therefore, a
great surprise. Mrs. Wheeler's
early days were spent in obscurity
and want, and only unremitting
labor and- great perseverance,
backed by genius, has enabled her
to make her way as she has. Her
great army of admirers in this city
and state are rejoiced to know that
the future is full of promise of
prosperity and happiness for her.
Father Tells his Daughter
how to Treat her Mother.
A father talking to his careless
daughter, said: I want to speak to
you of your mother. It may be
that you have noticed a careworn
look upon her face lately. Of course,
it was not brought there by any acts
of yours, still it is your duty to
chase it away. I want you to get
up in the morning and get break
fast and when your mother comes
and beecins to express surprise, go
right up to her and kiss her on the
mouth. You can't imagine how it
will brighten her dear face. Be
sides you owe her a kiss or two.
Away back, when you were a little
giri, she kissed yon, when no one
else was tempted by your fever
tainted breath and swollen face.
You were not as attractive then
as you are now. And through those
years of childish sunshine and
shadows she was always ready to
cure by the magic of a mother's
kiss, the little dirty, chubby hands
whenever they were injured in
those first skirmishes with the
rough world. And then the mid
night kiss with which she routed so
many bad dreams as she leaned over
your restless pillow, have all been
on interest these long, long years.
Of course, she is not so pretty and
kissable as you are but if you had
done your share of work during the
last ten years the contrast would
not be po marked. Her face has
more wrinkles than yours, far more
and yet if you were sick that face
would appear more beautiful than
an angel's as it hovers over you
watching every opportunity to min
ister to your comfort, and every one
of those wrinkles would seem to be
bright ringlets of sunshine chasing
each other over the dear face. She
will leave you one of these days.
These burdens, if not lifted from her
shoulders, will break her down.
Those rough, hard hands that have'
done so many necessary things for
you, will be crossed upon her lifeless
breast. Those neglected lips, that
gave you your first baby kiss, will
be forever closed, and those sad,
tired eyes will have opened in eter
nity, and then you will appreciate
rour mother but it will be too
fte,"
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W. A. SEELY
Car Orders Solicited.
llespectfully,
The Congregationalists of Grand
Forks gave an Easter social one
night last week. The refreshments
consisted principally of eggs, pre
pared in many different ways.
The Jamestown Alert is informed
that the people of Bismarck made
Bishop Walker a present of ten
acres of land situated in the vicin
ity of the new capitol commission
building, which will probably be
utilized some time as a site for a
college.
The late Bishop Clarkson, of the
Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska, was
instrumental in building over fifty
churches in Nebraska and Dakota.
Trinity Cathedral in Omaha, was
built mainly through his exertions
and influence. He also established
a child's hospital at Omaha.
At the recent meeting of the Da
kota presbytery, at Ascension
church, near Sisseton, there were
prtesent Iiev. John P. Williamson,
ltev. John B. Ranville, Bev. John
Eastman, Bev. Daniel Renville, Rev.
Mazawakinvanna, Rev. David Grey
cloud, and Rev. Charles Crawford
besides a large number of church
delegates.^ There are connected
with this body, thirteen ministers
of whom ten are Indian preachers,
and there are connected! With the
ten churches which tlrejPhave or
ganived among the Indians 664
church members.
A remarkable revival of religion
is in progress at Tower City. With
out any special effort this work of
grace began in the Baptist congre
gation, and some forty persons in
that small town, embracing all
ages $nd grades- vt society, have
united with the chufcli,. So inarked
was the influence that the landlord
oloee4 bis bar, covered up liis bil-
OSAtBRf AltD JOMXBS 0» FIRST CLA88
FARM MAGHDIERY, BUGGIES AND WAGONS,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Belting and Mill Supplies,
Wagon Makers' p.nd Blacksmith*' Material*,
Lumber, Coal, Lime, Hair and Cement.
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F. H. BUTLER & CO.,
DEALERS IN
Lumber, Sash, Doors,
Building Paper, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
At Wahpeton and Wyndmere, Dak.
JOHN NELSON'S
Before buying your SPUING GOODS go to JOHN NESLON and get
his prices on
Spring Goods,
SILKS, CASIIMEKES, BUNTINGS, GRENADINES, NUNS' VEILING, WHITE
GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES. LACES, EMBROIDERIES, BUTTONS, NECKWEAR,
of all kinds, Ladies' and Misses' JACKETS and CIRCULARS, etc.
Shoes,
A Fine Assortment of Gentlemens', Ladies' and Childrens' SHOES
SLIPPERS, including the Very Best Makes of FRENCH KID SnoES.
Carpets,
Do not send your orders out of town for CARPETS I can sell you any
kind, from a HEMP or COTTON up to the very finest grades of BODY
BRUSSELS, at prices to compare very favorably with Chicago and New
York markets.
Furnishing Goods,
I also carry a complete line of GENTLEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS, HEADY
MADE CLOTHING, and all the latest novelties in SPRING HATS.
Groceries,
My Grocery Department contains all the best brands of CANNED and
DRIED FRUITS, a carefully selected stock of TEAS and COEFEES, PATENT
PROCESS and other grades of FLOUR, PORK, HAMS, BACON, etc.
Stock Always Fresh.
NEW and FRESH GOODS in this Department arriving almost every day.
FREE DELIVERY.
Dakota Religious Items.
The Presbyterian church at Pierre
is increasing in membership so
rapidly that the seating capacity
is insufficient to accommodate the
crowd.
The Watertown Baptist ladies
gave a maple sugar sociable last
Friday evening, the sugar being the
product of Dakota and the genuine
article.
JOHN NELSON.
NO.
liard tables, and went to reading
his bible. Among the converts is
named to us the editor of the vil
lage paper and Hon. L. J. Aldrid
and wife.
St. l'aul Dispatch: James G.
Blaine is the choice of Minnesota
for the presidency. He has friends
enough in the state convention
which meets to-morrow, to not only
instruct for him, but to give him a
working, fighting delegation of
pronounced and earnest support
ers. The Blaine men control
the convention overwhelmingly.
They should know each other
and understand each other. Let
them meet in perpetual conference,
decide upon their leaders and go in
to make the fight and win the vic
tory. No more "Windom 10" busi
ness in Minnesota!
The success of the McCormick
reaper has turned a young man's head
Hear the New York Tribune: The
following version of the postpone,
ment of the wedding of Hugh J.
Jewett's daughter ulia with young
McCormick of Chicago, and the sub
sequent breaking up of the engage
ment: McCormick, who is a son of
the owner of the great reaper and
mower concern at Chicago, came to
New York a few weeks before the
date of the wedding. He went
around pretty freely with the boys,
and did not devote much attention
to his fair affianced. When he did
call he offended the family by boast
ing of his wealth, and acting indis
cretely generally. He became actu
ally offensive to Miss Jewett, and
she told her sister she could never
marry him. Her father was absent
from home at the time, but when
Mr. Jewett arrived home a few days
before the date of the wedding, he
declared that if his daughter did not
love the man she should not marry
him, and McCormick was Accord
ingly dismissed Mr. Jewett's sons
felt somewhat cut up over the affair
but those whose opinion is worth
having commend, his action. Mc
Cormick soon after returned to
Miss Jewett is still in the
Chicago,
city,
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Wahpeton, Dakota,
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Tratns ranto Hops _.
Wedaeedays and Fridays,
ThlH tii to Portland
Thursdays and Saturdays^
Northern Pacific.
VAaanram
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Eeit Leaves Wahpeton .. 7:00 am
Anive*atSfrEau! fctOpaa.
West Leaves St. Paul.. .... 8:96a a
Arrives at Wahpeton.... .. 8:48
Daily except Snndiy.
St. Panl freight arr.at Wahpeton &06
Milnor xccom'dation leaves 2:10 pm
Dally except Sunday.
pvLUf Air aunraw OAKS
are run without change on aU trains, iron St.
Paul and Minneapolia and Fargo and Da!nth,
for beauty and comfort theae cara are unsur
passed.
KLXOAKT KOKTOV CHAIR CAM.
on day trains between Fargo and Handan. Thess
cars are fixed with new reclining chairs, and
oStor spetal attractions to ths traveler.
ST7FXKB Doriiro CAKS
without exception, the finest on the continent
are run on all trains. Firat-class meala, 75c.
Tin ins BiH Mors,
Near Kotschevar Bros,
store.<p></p>LUNCH
Served at all times, consisting of
O S E S
In their Various Forms,
Wines. Liquors & Cigars
Wm. NORTHEY.
J. R. BUXTON,
Attorney at Law,
Money to Loan on Heal Estate,
Final Proofs Made,
And Collections Made.
Suits Prosecuted and Defended in all Courts of
Dakota and Minnesota.
Office one Door west of Bee Hive
Store.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
MONTREAL LAUDRYH
(Opposite Catholic Church.)
Wahpeton, Dakota.
CloMaHOM
Free of Charge to any part of
The City.
Will be Starched and Ironed, or will deliver
dry, not Ironed.
Special rates to Families.
W. E. HANLY, Proprietor,
H. O-. ALBREOHT,
HARNES MAKER.
DEALER IK
Saddles, Collars, Blankets
Fly Nets, Ox Harness, Whips, Brashes and
Curne Combs, &c.,
Opposite Post office. WAHTXTOX, Dakota
H.
A.
WORKMAN,
DRUGGIST,
Prescritious Carefully Com
pounded.
Opp. John Nehon's Store.
W
AHPETON,
is
AKOTAJ
B. C. BERG
Has at the Northern Paciiic depot, Wahpeton,
Dakota, a sufficient supply of the famous
OOBD WOO 3D
From Underwood, Otteriail County, Minnesota,
constantly on hand.
Better quality than anywnere else in town.
Orders for car load lots promptly attended to
Come and examine before purchasing.
All at Lowest Prices.
Lxxxii B. C. BERG
BOWLING ALLEY
And Sample Room,
Gtricr Seetti Street hiiU ivene.
Klegant Sample Room and finest Doable Bow
ling Alley in the northwest. 88wlS
Wahpeton, Dakota.
Continental Hotel
CHARLES BRANDON,
PROPRIETOR.
First Glass
in
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every Respeot
Sum i« Cmuuetiom
UfitM the
JCMIM.
TURD 9TBSET.WAHFITON, DM#*,
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