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.O. P*Ait. WM. E. PunCELL
PYATT
& PuRCELE.
Estate^ Loan, and 'Insurance Agents.
*-J. C, Pyatt, Dept. DiiUAtty.
FBIEDLANDER BESSIE,
^lYLaw, Collection anil Reiki Estate, Insurance nnd
General Agency Business,
£akota AVo^near 8d Street, Wahpeton, Dnkota.
Deutsche Advokaten.
tax. 5
S. H. SNYDER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, WAHPRTOK, DAKOTA.
Money to Loan on Real Estate and Chattel
"I Security.
OFFCXB: Over peirce'g hardware store.
McCiimber & Bogarfc,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
Special Attention Given to Collection.
WAHPETON,DAKOTA.
:R,. nsr.
G. W. ARBUCKJiE, M.-tfc,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
AND
BRECKINRIDQE,
101 Dakota Avenue, .. 10
IMMM & BAKERY,
ELI VACHON, Propr.
Opposite Opera House. Feb. 27n47
JOHN M. RUGGLES,
WAHPETON, DAKOTA,
REGISTER OF DEEDS.
Titles to lands investigated, nnd correct ab
(tracts furnished. Taxes paid lor non-residents.
Collections made, and promptly remitted.
Lands bought and sold.
I will see that the tax is cancelled on the treas.
urer's records, and the proper amount of tax
collected. My charges are $1.00 lor each receipt.
&
Proprietors of
EXCELCIOR MEAT MARKET.
Dealers in all kinds of fresh and salt meats,
hams, bacon and sausage constantly on hand.
Cash paid for fat cattle, hides and furs. Meat
delivered to any part of Wahpeton and Breckiu
idge, fret of charge.
Commercial Hotel
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
Good Accomodation Guarnteed to the transient
Public.
MICHAEL
ne 9
V'
C'V.
:,
IISTK
NOTARY PUBLIC, f""
Real Estate and Loans Office in Howry's'
new store?"
WAAPETON, DAKOTA. nlv6
L. B. EVERDEL.L,
Attorney at Law,
Office opposite the Minnesota House,
Breckenrldge, Minn.
Ezra C. Valentine,
Attorney at Law,
Real Estate Exchnnged nnd Money to Loan
Office in court house, Breckenridge, Minn.
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Geo. D. Swaine, M.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Wahpeton, Dakotaj:
Diseases ofatvomen a specialty. Oflice Mti)aS
kot^avenue. .•'6^7
BUROBQK."
...
MINNXMOTA.
Diseases of Women a Specialty, also the JSye
and Ear.
wahpeton calls, promptly responded to.
Office and Rosience: Arbuckle's new building.
HENRY C. RENO,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Wahpeton, D. T.
Office over Howry's Bee Hive Store. Resi
dence, Dr. Hntten's house, Third street. w46
BABKOW, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office ovor Martin Scliott's store,
WAHPKTON, DAKOTA, nl
H. B. CRANIMAL L,
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. Swaine, over Peirce's
Hardware store, Wahpeton, D. T.
ANTON 6ILLES
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Shot on Dakota avenue, opposite N. ScUott's
store. All kinds of repairing promptly attended
to.
Joseph C. Henvis,
Real Estate Office
GRAND VIEW FARM, D. T.
Parties located on goverment land. Money to
Loan and Final Proofs Made. jfineO
SCHM1TT,
Proprietor.
Money to Loan!
ON CHATTELS ASD REAL EST1TK.
Funds always On Hand for Chattel Loans
Farm Lands City Property bought and sold.
Kellogg & Hyatt,
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
O. WIENSMA, M, D.
Physician and Surgeon,,
OFFICE OVER MILLER'S DRUG' STORE,
English, Germuu and Scandinavian Languages
Spoken.
118
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
HEADQUARTERS HOTEL
Cor. Dakota Avoaue and Sixth Street.
Wahpeton, Dakota
One J}lock from St. P., M. M. depot.
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G-ood Sample Rooms.
D. H. SMITH, Prop.
Dr. T. L. Taylor
SURGEON DENTIST,
has permanently located ia Wahpeton, snd is
prepared to do a general dentistry business.
*^.K
Best Qaallty Teeth, $15 per Set Extraetias Me
Cleft palates and all: lriegnia^tferof'cKildren's
teeth shall receive the latest mode o) treatment.
AtlVoRK-WAR*A*TMrfrt2- KMtf
Wahptlon,
JDa&oto.-
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6.
News Notes.
Rains have spoiled Georgia's melon
crop.
There are no liod carriers-in Ger
many. They hoist the mortar in a
pail witli a pulley, and the bricks are
passed along a line ot men from
hand to hand.
George 'Smith, 20 years of age, was
killed in a horse race at Dakota,
Winona county. His horse ran
against a! tree, being almost in
stantly killed, and Smith died soon
"if"'
-'Thbtnas ^rollson, a, young man
nineteen years 6ld, was killed by
lightmivg,',Sunday three miles south
of-" Lilitesboro. His Iwatcli chair,
and collar button were melted, but
the watch, was not hurt. The, bolt
praised liiis scalp and bruised his side.
Allen Pinkertdn^ famous as a de
tective,'and the founder, of the Pin
kerton Detective Agency, died at
his residence in Chicago, July 1st at
3:10 p« in.. Some weeks^ ago, while
on a visit to the south he contracted
malarial fever, which was.the cause
of his taking off. His father was
sergeant of police in Glasgow,
where the deceased was born in
1810. At the age of 22 he was
forced to leave England by his con
nection with the Chartist agitation,
lie rendered valuable service to this
country during the administration
of Abraham Lincoln.
John II. Wits and Owen McCabe,
two young men about eighteen years
old each, from Altoona, Pa., stole
their way west from Chicago in
freight cars, and were in a box car
that arrived at Lanesboro from the
east at 8:30 o'clock Saturday night.
Before the train had come to a stop
•Wits climbed out of the small end
door of the car the occupied, and
missing his footing, fell upon the
track and was cut to pieces. As he
struck the track he called to his
horror-stricken companion, and in
an instant more was crushed beyond
recognition. His remains were
buried by the local authorities.
Grand Forks, 7: The reports about
the engagement of Emory Storrs to
assist in the prosecution of those
charged with the W»*d boys' mas
sacre were off. Instead of Storrs
another Chicago lawyer, Col. John
P. Va* Artnan. arrived to-day with
his wife, and has since been giving
the case for the prosecution careful
study. His connection with the
case Ins been kept secret, but from
an interview granted your corres
pondent this evening it is evident
that whatever skill and power can
accomplish will be brought to bear
to bring the guilty to punishment.
A strong case will be made—mur
der by whomsoever committed—anil
not all the parties charged stand in
the same relation to the crime. Of
the counsel for the defense, Mr. Er
win arrived to-day and Gov. Davis
is expected to-morrow. Hon. A.
P. Ward of Cynthiana, Ky., and C.
P. Wellington of Iowa have been on
hand for several weeks working up
the cases. The defendants who were
bailed are on hand. John Parring
tpn and his father, W. C. Parring
ton. arrived yesterday. The court
will take up the case to-morrow af
ternoon.
The Magnetic Girl.
Special Dispatch to the Tribune.
New York, July 6.—The stage at
Wallack's Theater looked, for a time,
this afternoon as if a cyclone had
struck it.. Half a dozen men swing
ing to one chair, went carrousing
against the spectators on the stage,
upsetting furniture and plunging
wildly through stacks of scenery.
Lullu Hurst, the alleged magnetic
girl, was at the bottom of the storm.
A score of solemn-looking men sat
in a minstrel-like circle around the
stage waiting for the phenomonen.
The young girl is a fair type of the
middle class young lady of the far
South, above the medium height,
magnificently formed, apparently
without an ouncc of superfluous
flesh aboutli lier. She would be taken
for an athlete but for the soft peachy
complexion. Her hands are rather
large and the wrist and forearm are
beautifully rounded and thoroughly
developed. A close fitting black
silk dress made the girlish face look
older than the 16 years she pleads
guilty to, but the fluffy bangs that
strayed down over the fair forehead
served as an off set to the too mature
dress. Her manners are as simple
as those of any farmer's daughter,
and the high-keyed voice has the,
plaintive cadence peculiar to countr
villages. Throughout the experi
ments she laughed in a good-natured
way, as though the entire affair was
a huge joke. The phenomenon's
manager announced that the force
exerted by the girl was inexplicable
and then, called for'an nmbrella. The
owner of the umbrella raised it and
stood under'it with the young lady.
Both had hold of the handle. Then
the borrowed umbrella yanked itself
down ward,bit the owner under, the
ear?, pounded him about the head,
and finally, as lie struggled to hold
it steady, .pushed him over a dozen
grave looking editors and landed
here in an ash heap,, just off the
stage. To the lookers on it seemed
as though the "phenomenon" was
pushing the man around by force
of muscular strength. Several mus
cular men tried to holdjt billiard
cue, but the athlete maiden was too
much for thein. A two hundred
pound scientist sat down upon a
chair. Miss Hurst placed the palms
of her hands against its sides and
lifted him clean off the floor. As
the chair began to raise the observer
could not fail to note how the fine
muscles in the forearm grew rigid
and stood out in little cords. Half
a dozen men tried in vain to press
to the ground a chair which she
held aloft.
Here and There.
All good citizens do not push
baby carriages, but all men who
push baby carriages aro good citi
zens.
One snappish or petulant member
of^a household is sufficient to keep
evel'y other one in it nettled and un
happy.
A thousand women were present
at a recent Kentucky hanging. The
cold, disagreeable weather preven
ted much of a turnout.
David M. Stone, editor of the
New York Journal of Commerce,
has not been absent from his editor
ial chair for recreation for more
than thirty vears.
A poet .sends a contribution en
titled "Why Do I Live? "This is
easy to answer. It is because he
sends his contributions to this oflice
instead of bringing them in person.
When a young girl finds a four
leaf clover it is a sign that she wiil
be married within a year. It is
strange that some families don't
hire a farm and sow it all to clover.
Chicago boasts of a lady, now
ninety-four years old, who used to
sit on George Washington's lap. It
is comforting to know that even if
George couldn't tell a lie he used to
have some fun with the girls.
"Don't give ine any of your lip!"
said an ugly country school teacher
to a pert young miss who had
"sassed" him. "Oh, you needn't
wory," she retorted. "I wouldn't
kiss you even if tlic freckles on
your face were gold dollars."
A Belle who six months ago was so
languid that she could hardly sup
port herself at the altar now throws
a ilat-iron fifty-six feet and hits her
husband every tune.—Exchange.
This is only another instance of tha
saying "in union there is strength."
Boston Post.
"Do you use capital or little let
ters when writing the name of a
state?" asked a new reporter. "What
state is it?" "lthode Island." "Use
little letters, of course—don't crowd
the state." "But there are two cap
itals in llhode Island. "Oh, ah—
ahem—yes, so there are—but we
can't help it."
It was Shakspeare who remarked:
"Better three hours too soon than
one minute too late." Shakspeare
never waited three hours in a rural
railway station on a cold night,
where a dozen men and boys were
smoking vile pipes and spiting to
bacco juice against a red-hot stove,
or he would have said "Better never
than three hours too soon."
Pipps, who had been lunching
with a friend upon frog's logs:
'.'Everything you see is of some use
in this world, even the frog."
Friend, who is disreputations: "I
don't agree with you. Of what use
is the mosquito -to us?" Fipps:
"All! my dear fellow, you take a
wrong view of things. Just think
how useful we are to the mosquito."
Boston Gazette.
Under the Iowa liquor law which
after July 4th forbids-the railroads
from transporting liquor through
the state, a project is on foot to re
ceive the "critter" by means of the
old-time wagon system in vogue be
fore the days of railroad transporta
tion. Where there is a will there is
a way, when a, man wants his bit
ters. The- Iowa legislature only
half closed the door.
An exchange says a superstitious
subscriber who found a spider in a
copy of his paper, writes to know if
we consider it a bad omen. Noth
ing of the kind. The spider was
merely looking over the columns of
the paper to see what merchant did
not advertise, so that he could spin
his web across the store door and be
free from disturbance.
"Then you do love me, Elijah?"
"Love you, Elizabeth Ann? Why I
adore you." And you would do any
thing for me?" "I would this min
ute. Yes, Elizabeth Ann, I would
die for you." "Then I will ask, for
that test of your lofe. Get your
life insured for $10,000, make the
policy payable to me and then die."
He went off to go to the insurance
office. That was three months ago.
She hasn't seen him since, nor has
she heard anything q£ the insurance
policy.
andfl,
Bold by Miller.
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Wahpeton, Richland County, Dakota, July 11, 1884.
Stray Briclt..:
A pink sociable was given by the
Baptist ladies of Ipswich, the other
night. Pink packages were sold by
ladies dressed in pink pink waiters
serVed pink ice cream and cake, and
the affair was. the "pink of perfec
ti9n."*
Argur,'2: The pulpit of the Bap
tist church was occupied yesterday
by Mr. William D. Holt of the senior
class, liochester, N. Y., Theological
Seminary. Mr. Holt will preach
here until September when he ex
pects to return to the seminary to
complete his studies.
Teller, 4: The Scandinavians of
Milnor are organizing a society, tiie
object of which is to secure the dis
cussion of political, social, and eco
nomic questions of the times. The
organization will be extended until
the Scandinavian population of the
county is embraced in its member
ship.
It is often urged against Chris
tianity that there are so many scoun
drels in the churches as to bring re
ligion into disrepute. The fact that
religion 'thrives in spite of this
shows it to bo no mere earthly insti
tution. Nothing which derives its
power and.influence solely from the
human, could possibly thrive witli
so many rascals using it as a cloak
to hide their misdeeds from the just
indignation of the world.
lliches do not make a man happy:
but it must be admitted that, in
the hands of a sensible man, his
wealtli may be used to administer
greatly to health and comfort. As
a rule, he is the happiest man who
is contented with what he has, and
is not waiting for next year or the
next decade to have a protracted
period of enjoyment on the antici
pated savings of the future. It is
within your power to enjoy the
present, do not postpone your hap
piness. Be happy now, and resolve
to bo happy whenever you can.
Fargo Kepublican, 1: The Wal
cott Glee club held a pleasant re
union yesterday afternoon at the
Helendale stock farm. There were
present: Air, and Mrs. (!us Bronson,
Mrs. Waleott, Mrs. Davis, Mrs.
Koine, Miss Voedich, Miss Weber
and Mr. Ed. Bronson. Mrs. Bronson
acted as accompanist. Among the
music which deserves special men
tion was "When the Robins Nest
Again." by Mrs. Davis "Dat Mal
dusen Cat", a very humorous selec
tion, by Gus Bronson, and "Come
Where the Lindens Bloom," t^v Dr.
Wells, who possesses a rare baritone
voice which lie manages with great
skill.
St. Paul Globe: President Arthur
lias very sensibly selected a news
paper man for the governor of Da
kota. They are the only class of
people fit to be governors, and if
Colonel Lounsberry or Colonel Do
nan, both Dakota newspaper men,
were not to be selectedfit was well
to take Colonel Pierce", who is one
of the leading writers on the Chi
cago News, and for many years the
leading writer on the Inter Ocean.
It is noticeable too that tho entire
trio of newspaper men mentioned
are colonels. The Globe extends
congratulations to Colonel -, all
the colonels in fact, and to the peo
ple of Dakota as well—all the people
including ex-Governor Ordway.
St. Paul Dispatch, 25: A little
barefoot girl, aged 8 years, named
Edna Morgan, ran away from James
town, Dak., and on her.arrival at
the Union depot here yesterday was
detained.by the oilicials, in spite of
the very fine story she told about
being under a good old lady's care,
enroute to her grandmother's home
in Kansas City. She was detained
at the depot until a telegram AY as
received from the chief of police at
Jamestown, giving information that
she
Avas
She
Sunkef.
ostive
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY—a
cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria
Mouth. At Miller's. April 182
SHILOH'S CURE will immediately reliove
eronp, Whooping cough and Droncliitis. Sold
by Henry Sillier. April 18 2
THAT HAOKIKG COUGH can he so quickly
cored by ShiloU's cure. Weguarantee.it. Sold
by Henry Miller. Aprlillnl
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Sliiloh's cure. Sold by
Henry MiUer. Aprlillnl
.WHY WILL YOU cough when Sliiloh's Cure
will rive immediate relief. PricelO eta and 50 cts
missing from that place.
Avas
then sent back. She claims
to be an orphan, and told a pitiful
story of cruelty and abuse, from a
plasterer there, to who^e charge she
had been given by an aunt in Min
neapolis.
Argus, 30.—The Fargo Southern
has some eight miles of track yet to
put down, which it is hoped will be
completed by Wednesday. The
poles and wire have come for the
telegraph line, and Superintendent
Taylor expects to put a force on this
Aveek. The Fargo freight agent is
to be appointed this week it is un
derstood that Mr. Ilemmingway,
late cashier of the Northern Pacific,
and Mr. Marsh, of the Manitoba
local oflice are applicants, as is also
Mr Chapman, who has been Avith
tho road since it was commenced
last fall. Mr. Chapman is an ex
perienced railroad man and has a
daughter, who is said to be a first
class operator, and would be an
oflice assistant.
Special from Fargo, 24th inst.,
says: The North Dakota Teachers'
association opened its session here
to-day with prayer. The object is
announced as tho mutual improve
ment of its members, and the, ad
vancement of the cause of education
through North Dakota. The follow
ing officers
Avere
$ 3*
Car Orders Solicited.
elected: President,
Hon. E. A. Ilealey vice president,
C.| AiTJjtrjton :SecV6tary, J. ll/Pin
ney treasure^]! Taylor Gram of
a if
was also a'ppointea. The greater
part of the day was taken up with
organization, and Prof. Montgomery
gave a lecture on successful teach
ing. In the-evening Dr. Blackburn
i- v~
Hi
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*40:*y)2£ W-^yrf ^ad'f"
ij&saifft dJ
'!$Z iq Mti.•fifatif, ni!T
I also carry a complete lino
NEW and FKESII GOODS
Respectfully,
l-r(r.U
W. A. & CO.,
BIAUUir AND rdtanu or FtMT CLAAS
FARM MACHDIERY, BU06$S MR) WAfiOHS,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Belting and Mill Supplies,
Wagon Makers* Ami •l«ek«mKhV Material*
Lumber, Coal Lime, Hair and Cemeqt.
tw511:
H. BUTLER & CO.
DEALERS
IS
Lumber, Sash, Doors,
Building Paper, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
At Wahpeton and Wyndmere, Dak.
JOHN NELSON'S
Before buying your SPRING GOODS go to JOHN NESLON and get
his prices on
Spring Goods,
SILKS, CASHMERES, BUNTINGS, GRENADINES, NUNS' VEILING, WHITE
GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, LACES, EMBROIDERIES, BUTTONS, NECKAVEAK,
of all kinds, Ladies' and Misses'
JACKETS
and
CIRCULARS,
Shoes,
A Fine Assortment of Gentlemens', Ladies' and Childrens' SHOES
SLUTEKS, including the "Very
Best Makes of
Carpets,
Do not send your orders out of town for CARPETS I can sell you any
kind, from a IIEMI or COTTON up to the very finest grades of BODY
BRUSSELS, at prices to
compare very favorably with Chicago and New
ork markets.
Furnishing Goods,
of
MADE CLOTHING, and all the
gave a lecture on individuality. An
extensive programme has been ar
ranged for to-morrow.
The Fergus Journal makes quite
a pretty notice of the marriage of
David 1». Williams, contractor and
builder, of that city, and Miss Jane
Pugii, recently of Wales. It seems
that Mr. W. is an old resident of
Fergus, and that his many friends
were agreeably surprised at the ar
rival of a younger brother, accom
panied by the prospective bride, last
week. The marriage occurred Avitli
in a day or two after the arrival.
The Journal closes as
folloAVS:
"At
the Presbyterian parsonage, Rev. It.
N. Adams joined in marriage the
happy couple, thus consummating
the faith they have kept for each
other these years, and to do Avhich
this constant girl journeyed many
thousands of miles and braved the
perils of ocean. We welcome her
to Fergus Falls, and wish long life
and abundant joy to these deserving
young people."
He was afraicl of it.
The train was rattling on, rickety
click, rickety click.
"I was in such a hurry to catch
a train I didn't Avait to buy a ticket,"
said the New York banker, offering
money.
"Yes," replied the condnctor ab
stractedly, as he punched the next
man's ticket, "I notice that a good
many New York bankers are in a
hurry to catch the train nowadays."
"Well, sir, you needn't be insol
ent here is money to pay my fare."
"I know, but I can't take it sir."
"Ah, I see the company doesn't
let you conductors take money.
'Fraid you'll steal it, I see."
"No sir, there is no company rule
agaist taking it."
"Then why don't you take it?",
"I'm afraid Pd be arrested for re
ceiving
stolen property.&•< -r The
banker looked out of the windo#
the shad/ grdjves, and cool pelltujd
streams while the trairi went rat
tling on, rickety click, rickety click.
A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bottle of
Shiioh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 80 cent*. Sold
,r AprUtot
at Miller's.
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etc.
GENTLEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS, BEADY
latest novelties in
Groceries,
My Grocery Department contains all the best brands of CANNED and
DRIED FRUITS,
a carefully selected stock of
SPRING HATS.
TEAS
PROCESS and other grades of FLOUR, PORK, HAMS, BACON,
and
Stock Always Fresh.
THUMGoing"
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Wahpeton, Dakota,
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and
FRENCH KID SHOES.
GOEFBESV PATENT
etc.
in this Department arriviug almost every day.
FREE DELIVERY.
JOHN NELSON.
HfflK
DAKOTA AVENUE,
Opposite MERCHANTS HOTEL.
The Largtst Stock of
Cl
Gent«* Furnlshinff Goods,
BOOTS and SHOES,
1
HATS 9nd CAPS.
TRUNKS ft VALISES.
*A4L LIT BOTTOM*
Mceiil Remember the Place,
A. & M. Stern,
PROPXIKro&Si
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TnitwUtag
Wet.
807 »m
618 am
700«m
740 am
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leott..
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.'.Davenport
Evereaf
....MayVlile......
....Portland......
.Hope....
Tralnrran to Hop*
MS am
ID 35 am
iSSOpm
1815 pm
^Monday*, Wadaeadayg and
Tralto'rnn to Portland
Tne«dayg, Thursdays and htinhpr^.
NorfcheraPacilhv
Mnraszi Txim
Eeit Leaves Wahpeton.......... ,r..
Arrive* at St. Paul ............
Weat Leave* St: Panl.....
Arrive* at Wahpeton....
Dally except Sunday.
ft. Paul freight arr. at Wahpeton
Jtllnor ncoom'datlon leaves
Dally except 8anday.
VULLMAH ILEUNRE OAKS
are ran without change on all trains from 9t.
Panl and Minneapolis and Fargo and DalBtb.
for heanty and comfort these cars are nnsur.
passed.
... XUtOAKT HORTOK CKAIfc CAM.
on day trains between Fargo and Mandam Tlwse
cars are fixed with new reellnloK chairs, and
olbr spelal attractions to the traveler.
SSKU DIXIHO CARS
without exception, the finest on the continent
are run on all trains. First.class meals, 99c.
Tlit Hoi Bilarfl Paflws,
Near Kotschevar Bros, store.
LUNG
Served at all times, consisting of.
O 8 E
In their Various Forms, T:V. ..
Wines. Liquors & Cigars
Wm. NORTHEY.
J. R. BUXTON,
Attorney at Law,
Honey to Loan on Beal Estate,
Final Proofe 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 LAUNDRY
(Opposite Catholic Church.)
Wahpeton, Dakota.
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. Gh ALBRECHT,
HARNE8
MAKER.
SEALER nr
Saddles, Collars, Blankets
Fly Nets, Ox Harness, Whips, Brushes and
Curne Combs, &c.,
Opposite Post office. WARTXTOK,
H.
A.
Dakota
WORKMAN,
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Prescritlons Carefully Com•
pounded.
Opp. Jolin Nelson's Store.
"WAHPETON, DAKOTA
B. C. BERG
Has at the Northern Pacific depot, Wahpeton.
Dakota, a sufficient supply of the famous
CORD "W" O O 3D
From Underwood, Otteruil County, Minnesota.
constantly on hand.
Better quality tnan anywnere else in town.
Orders for car load lots promptly attended to
Come and examine before purchasing.
All at Lowest Prices.
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B.C. BERQ
BOWLING ALLEY
And Sample Room,
Josti Mesh, Propter
Cwttr Seewi Street ui HK«U
AV«H4.
Elegant Sample Room and finest Double
Bow*
ling Alley in the northwest. Swtt
Wahpeton, Dakota.
Continental Hotel
CHARLES BRAKDOS,
I1
321
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PROPRIETOR.
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