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5 ,Oii/ .* i^rt-.r r5lfe-"v w* cr A:»* I-1 |6|V, M- tst'S 'v« pis "AV..- rr:T pMMWpiPP|ipiWlfPPpi'5re^ .f/ SMl^M$ggwp J*«.0. FTATT. W M. E. *C* LL V4?'i •V'^V P1TATT & PuRCELL, COVNIELOlia-AT-LAW, ileal fcgtate, Loan nnI Insnrance Agent's. J. C. Pratt, Dept. Dlst.tJVtty. Wnhpeton, Dakota. TBI SDL ANDES™fc BBSSIS," Xow. Collection and Real Estfcte, Insurance and General Agency Business, Dakota Ave, near 8d 8tre«t, Wahpeton, Dakota. Deutsche Advokaten. S. sNYDER, VtTOnKK\-AT-LAW, WAHTKTOK, DAKOTA. -Money to Loan on Real Estate and Chattel Security. OrrciE: Over Peirce's hardware store. McCumber & Bogart, ..\TTOItNEY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Special Attention Given to Collection. WAwmif, DAKOTA. JR. 1ST. X3STK:, NOTARY PUBLIC, MtMl Estate and Loans. Office in Howry'* new store. WAAPETON, DAKOTA. nlv6 L. B. EVEUDEJLIJ, Attorney lit Law, •-Office opposite the .Uinneiota House, Breckenridge, Mian. Ezra C. Valentine, Attorney at Law. Real Estate Exchanged and Money to Loan. Office in court house, Breckenridge, Minn. JQfeo. O. Swaine, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Wahpeton, Dakota. Blsease* of women a specialty. Office totii avenue. 0n Da. G. W. AIIBUCKLE, M. D., HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SVROEON. «RKCKTNKIN9E, MINNESOTA. Di«e,ises or Women a Specialty, also tho Eye and Kar. wuhpeton calls, promptly responded to. Office and Resience: Arbuckle's now building. HENRY C. RENO, PHYSICIAN & SUBOEOIV, Wahpeton, D. T. OfficeI over Howry's Bee Hivo Stoic. Resi dence, Dr. Hatten's house. Third street. %4C hird street. i-4 r, M. D., G. BARIiOW a a S Office over Martin Schott's store, WAHPKTON, DAKOTA, nl H. B. CRANDALL, Real Estate Agent, Notary ^Public and Collector. Karma and Town Lot* for Sale. COLFAX, Richland County, DAKOTA ^TEO^jihaniTV, SURGEON DENTIST Office with Dr. Geo. D. Swaine, over Peirce's Hardware store, Wahpeton, D. T. wOOD^IID BROS M. Ds. HOMBOPA^HIC PHYSICIAN! FC SVROKOKN, (Diseases of women a Specialty. Office over the Bee Hive Store. WAHPETON DAKOTA. HOMES FOUND. Any person.having improved farms, dwellings, •tore buildings or room a to rent will do well to •call on or address, GEO. T. PROPPKR, Wahpeton, Dak. SECTIONAL MAPS. Any persoi) wanting a sectional map of Rich, land connty, may be accommodated by calling on or addressing, GEO. T. PROPPER, Wahpeton, Dnk. MUSIC FURNISHED. Parties desiring either brass or string band •music, may be accommodated by applying to CHARLES E. HIKMAN, who Is authorized to make any and all contract?, he being the business manager of these popular institutions. S3 JOHN M. BUGOZES,- WAHPETON, DAKOTA, REGISTER OP DEEDS. Titles to lands investigated, and correct ab •tracts furnished. Taxes paid for non-residents. Collections made, and promptly remitted, hands bought and sold. I will see that the tax cancelled on the treas arar'ff records, and the proper amount of tax collected. My charges are $1.00 for each receipt. C. WIENSMA, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, OFFICE OVER MILLER'S DRUG STORE, fftighnli, German and Scandinavian Languages Spoken. WAHPETON, DAKOTA. J.R.BUXTON, Attorney at Law, Mont to Loan on Real Estate, "Final Proflfe Made, And zBplleetions Made. 101 J|€ f#: v'¥ mded In all Courts of Suits Prosecuted an. Dakota ftd^Minnceota. Office one Door ^est of Bee Hive WAHPETON, DAKOTA. Dakota Avenue, 101 ISTAOBAffiAERY, ELI V^GHOMPROPR. Opposite Opera House. |f4feb. 27ii47 I g°od time. :-r^ |i|p" EUendale Commercial, 23 R. it. Furcell, formerly skating-rink pro prietor, is once more wiUi Ellendale friends, Mil nor Free Mrs. X.' Schuler, a contractor of Wahpeton spent a day or two in Milnor this week, and in company with Andrew Bjorsell made the Free Press a pleasant call. There is to be a masquerade ball at the rink Friday evening, February 20th 1885. The man agement having decided* to have no skating on that evening, thus giving the whole time to those who would be pleased to attend the entertainment. This should be largely attended and made a big success. At Walcott an elevator burned down and destroyed a depot as well, having caught fire from friction in the machinery of the former and now' comes the Mayville Tribune, with an account of the narrow es cape of the roller mills at that city from fire in the machinery of the institution. Millers and elevator men should look carefully after their machinery, especially in cold weather. HbiK ATTRACTIONS. Engagement oftlie Plienoineual Skater, Clias. Pranks, January Slnt. The wonderful exhibition skater, Mr. Clias. L. Franks, the undisputed world's champion, will exhibit at the Palace rink, Fergus Falls, Saturday evening, Jan. 31st. Read the following I'll ESS NOTICK. Minneapolis Evening Journal: On last Saturday evening Mr. Chas. L. Franks appeared at the Crocker rinfrand scored the success of the seafyi. To the grace of Smith he adds the movements of Jackson, while his reportoire is much more extensive than that of either of the above named skaters, lie executes everything in perfect time, and as he skated new movement after new movement, all of ..them pretty and difficult, he brought* forth rounds of applause from the'ludience. He is not only quick in execution, but is grace itself. Some idea may be gained of the variety and number of his movements when it is stated that he skated forty minutes and re peated nothing. In addition to his fancy and scientific skating he skates on stilts, performing such movements as the 'Philadelphia Twist,' "One-foot Eight,' etc. The stilt performance is something mar velous. Mr. P. M. Randall, with character istic enterprise, has made arrange ments for an oxcursion from Fergus and Wadena to Wahpeton, Saturday morning, and repair to Fergus at 2:30 p.jn., with those of the Wahpeton and Breckenridge people who desire to'visit the Palace rink that even ing to see the above attractions and have a fine skate, returning to Wahpeton the same night. At one o'clock "Saturday afternoon, Fergus and Wahpeton polo teams will play a game for &5.00 at Wa'ipeton and will play again tlia^, evening at Fergus for $5.00. The party here will be accompanied by the Fergus band and in return ^lie Wahpeton Silver Band will be ©nje of the at tractions. This is one of the very finest chances for Wahpeton and Breckenridge people to take a pleas ure trij), and enjoy ihe big nnk at tractions of to-day. Round trip .$1.00. Mi\ Randall pnys $200 for the tiain. Let all go .who want a :':tJ5^V £r. Mrs. Charles Damerel got wora of the death of her father in Ohio and departed for the old home Monday evening. The old gentleman was 93 years^of age *vv »voo.<p></p>Press: W ""rv Herring went to Wahpeton on .ton about five years and has built Wednesday's train to visit with "PJE* 8pl®ndid friends there for a week or two. eler and was always full-of work. At present he does not know just where he will open again, but has in his mifid the Devil's Lake countryf and will probably soon take a pros pective tUp into that country. Mr. MItoor Free Pres., 23: Eugene "aU"«"» »P :huler. a contractor W»h„»t„n •«"»& and «UI undoubtedly do a RII• i:/. 'eCW~W^ •''MB Vol. 5. WAHPETON, RICHLAND Co., DAKOTA, THURSDAY, JAN. 29,1885. No. 43. Oscar Schoeneman's many friends will be surprised^ to learn that he has sold out, the purchaser being Mr. james F. Matthews, formerly of Canada.* Oscar has been in Wulipe- reputation as a jew- good business. We bespeak for him the confidence o£ the public. The value of a good local news paper in a community is 'thus aptly set forth in the colli mnsfrf the Phil adelphia Press. The country news paper is the most important and least compensated of all the agen cies which stamp the impress of progress upon villages and inland cities. Without the aid of local newspapers, local towns are as a rule thriftless and dead. It is com mon for small men to spcik with contempt of the local newspapers, but the village newspaper makes more great men with less material —more bricks without straw—than any other factor in polit.es, and it is the one ladder on which men climb to local distinction as the beginning to wider fame. The advent or a Jo cal paper has always dated the in creased thrift of the community. Tho local newspaper is the life of the locality, and the measure of its supjfcrt as a rule measures the ad vancement of the people. N«t oaly subscribe, but pay for yoitf ljfal newspapers. They are theSriJgJFds and helpmates of all seaapns. N In !r HoWo-'h new block III A, money to loan nltf has W. A. Look at This! At Wm. Nortbj'n Saloon, whero Yon can Find the Best of Wines. Liquors & Cigars And keepH on Hnnd A. Bootb fc Son's New York Counts And Oral Brands of Kresh O S E S TTliriTT Hues—Night and Day, and I.IINIlH UU11U11 stock. Limbergeraad 8wis" Cheese, Cove Oysters, Sul- uion. Lobsters, Sardines, Brook Trout, Broiled re«h Mackerel, Lambs Tongue, Corned Beef, Boston Baked Beans, Cervelat Sausage. Pigs reef, in fact a KultUne of such Delicacies. Eugepe Schuler, Carpenter, Contractor anc^ JESTIMATE# FURNISHED And contracts taken on all classcsol bnildinga and carpenter work. None but first-class hands employed. A now pile driver always ready for operation. OIHcewith V. H. Butler Jt Co.. Dakota Avenue west of mill. Jau S. n39 Northern Pacific RAILROAD. TI1K DIHKCT LINK BETWEEN Saint. Paul, Minneapolis, OrDiilutli, And all Points in Minesota, Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington Territory, Oregon, British oolumbia, Pugel Sound aud Alaska. Express Trains Daily, to which are attached PULLMAN PAL.\pE SLEEPERS A«4T Klegaat Diaiag Can. NO CHANGE OP CARS. Between St. Pan! and Ported on any class of Ticket. EMIGRANT M.KEPEKS FREE. The ily all rail line to the Yelloit'stonf National Fprk. For fall iiiforpatioit as to time, ratea, etc., Address, SEELY & XlBAtI*S AND JOBBERS OF FIRST CLASS FARM MACHINERY, BUGGIES AND WAGONS, Paints, Oils, Glass, Belting and Mill Supplies, Wason Maker*' and Blacksmiths' Materials, Lumber, Coal, Lime, Hair and Cement. Car Orders Solicited. [wSll Walipeton, Dakota, F. H. BUTLER & CO., l)KALt:RS IN Lumber, Sash, Doors, 1 Building Paper, Etc., Etc., Etc., At Wahpeton and "Wyndn^ere, Dak. You Sliould Go to O CLOTHING STORE Where Goods arc .sold at BOTTOM PRICE Merchant Tailoring- a Special Feature. Satisfaction Guaranteed. CHAS. S. FEE, General Passenger Agt. Sly Paul, Jinn. Churchet, County una OMciait. WAHPETOWS CIUTRCI1E8. Tho Catholic—Organized, 1673, by Her Kather Bergmann corner Dakotu-ave and Sec ond street. Services, 10:80 and 8:30 m. CJKO. HKVPURLE, Hector. The Congregational—Organized, 1880, by Hcv O Emerson, the first in North Dakota Fifth street, between Dakota and Wlscon sin avenues. Servies, 10:45 am and 5:110 pm. (J HARXKI, l'tislor. The Methodist—Organized, 18S0, by Rev I Patterson Dakota ave, ever White fc (,'o's store. Servlcos, llX-tta and 7:00p in. II W TROT, Pastor. The Episcopal —Organized, 1893, by Rev .1 Onrr CorKourth street and Wisconsin live Services, 10:45 a and 7:00 in. No regu lar services at present. The Baptist—Organized, 1883, by KevEK Tyson Wisconsin are between Fourth anil Fifth streets. Services, 30:45a and 7:00 m. RICHLAND COUNTV OFFICIALS. Legislative Representatives—s Stebblns and McCumber Commissioner*—John N Deans, Cliuirmau: i: Davis and Theo Doerr. Auditor—Fred StanfT, A Sunderhaaf. deputy. County Attorney i,andw. Register of Dbeds Buggies Treasurer.... Clerk or the Court ^hertf School Superintendent jftlgeof Probate .Coroner....: ^County Physician C'er,£ A,T0.RM!Y S30pm|... Morris... ..Wahpeton. BRECKENRIDGE EXTENSION. TrainsGoing I West. I Wahpeton" alcol Monda Co., A. H. f'3 TYSON, Pastor. •=w Anew Catholic church, now BMrly com pleted, will be dedicated to Kerrices in llie spring of 1885. ...OKUlsaker ...IH Miller RNIuV •W HUUMJ ..A. Jht Bnztou ....^..Dr,C Wien.um Or (I \y Nuckolls WAHPETON OEFICIAI«S. 1 Board of Trustees—J W Haf ward. Pretiden$ A Miksche, John Kotschevar, Baufr and l\ Giddings. jf Board or Education—J W lla«i war,t, Old dings, A Goodhue, Chan Ounii-rel, II Butler, Bauer and .s Snyder, .secretary. Marsl"11 .A.JohnRMea'rs .C'lisis It Loomis '....J Buxton Justice of the FCHCC (JPO Swuscv Tre^gnrer Krociuun Orcu The Trains—Manitoba Road. Trains Going West. Ao. 7 30um!.. St. Paul... 8 05nin] .KinneupMis 9 !8nm|... Delano... fl SAam! Howard L'ke 1053am ..Lltciifleld 13 ISpin .. Willmar .. 1 30pm .. .Benso?:... 1 I Trains* Gois Ka«t. No. 1ft. 7 SO am 0 55 mn 5 43 am 509 an. 4 13 aiu 810 am 1 SO ant 12 58 aut 9 43 pun No, 8 7 00pm 0 2!piB 5 13pm 4 .17pm 3 42pm 2 45pm 1 30pm lis 30pm Trains Goict* _• Ea*t. 5 07 am 818 am Walcott. 7 00 am Davenport 7 40 a Everest ,7 55 am ... "Casselton 1050am I ..A..Mayville.... 1220 pm Portland lg IS 1 .Hopf 9 43 pin 8 15 7 40 6 fio pin 3 25 SBOp IA 840 in 'drains ruu to Hope Wednesdays and ^ana Fridays. .Trains run to Portland Tuesdays, Tlfursdays and iiitjirdays. Northern Pacific. Going East, Accomodation Arrtyas 10-10 in Departs 10:-l."i a ni. Going West, Accomodation Arrives 1-C0 n- Departs 4:'5'pm Daily except Sunday. 1 assencers takins »his route reach Wadenn MI «:o0 pin,can secure a berth in sleeper iI i, ami thereby get a good night's rest, arriving »t Si' raul at 7:50 a ni. making connertious with alt east and south bound tr iins from this point. PULLMAN SI.KKPIVU CAKS are run without change on all trains irom SI. Paul anil Minneapolis and Fargo and Dojutii for beauty and comfort these cars are unsur pUSBCu, KI.KOAVT JIORTON CIIAIlt CARS. on day trains between Fargo and Mandan. Theso Lars are fixed with new reclinlnp chairs. anU oiler speial attractions to the traveler. SVPJCRB D1.V1NO CARS without exception, the finest 011 tho continent are run on ail trains. First-class meal». 75c. Persons wishing to tiurcha-e tickets East, West, North or South, will find it to their advan tage to get them via this line. G. A. Ii.VWKES, A jrent. WORKMAN, DRUGGIST, Prescritious Carefully Com pounded. Opp. John Nelson's Store. WAHPETON, DAKOTA H. G-. ALBRECHT, HARNES MAKER. »I!AL£K IN Saddles, Collars, Blankets Fly Nets.O.-: Harness, Whips, Brushes and Cnrrie Combs, Inc., Opposite Post oflice. WAHPETON, Dakota Dr. T. L. Taylor SURGEON DENTIST, [has permanently loeated in Walipctou, nn.l i prepared to do a ganeral dentistry buiiuos. Best Oua!ityTcet!i,Jir per S Kxlrsftiiig 501- Cleft palates and inojtnlr.ruirs of ehit.'.reiiV t:!? latest morjool treatuitiit. S!M!1 receiv ALL WOIIX WARIIAKTKB. '••n Dakota.