B. E. Chandler advance agent for
-Frof. HoKa^aw's minstrel troupe
hasbeen in tntun this week and se
cured the opera house for his com
bination. Webelieve, however, that
there, «ae but two artists, and they
well recommendedi^rhe most that
can be said is thaifliS a. vocal and
instrumental entertainment and
'that it comes well recommended, it
is an enterprise worked usually with
-skating rinks, tout the rink' here: is
••so small that the agent has decided
-to take the opera house,- instead.
'Will to here Thursday evening,
WIENSMA, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
OFFICE OVER MILLER'S DRUG STORE,
.English, German and Scandinavian Languages
JHO. C. PVATT. WBT. E. PURCI8H.
•Seal Estate, Loan and Insurance Agents.
J. C. Pyatt, Dept. DIst. Atty.
Attorney at Law,
OfHce with G. T. Swusey, Wahpeton, Dakota.
Geo. D. Swaine, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Diseases of women a specialty.
Office on Da.
Money to Loan on Real Estate and Chattel
Ofvcie: Over Pelrce's hardware store.
McCumber & Bogart,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Special Attention Given to Collection.
~R. IsT. IIsTK:,
SHERIFF OF RICHLAND CO.,
Real Estate and Loans, office
L. B. EVERDELIi,
Attorney nt Law,
Oiflce opposite the Minnesota House,
Ezra C. Valentine,
Attorney at Law,
«enl Estate Exchanged and Money to Loan,
Office In court house, Breckenridge, Minn.
HENRY C. RENO,
& Sotmjeok, Wahpeton, D. T.
Hive Store. .Rest-
dence, Dr. Hatten's house, Tliird street. w46
G. BARKOW, M. I.,
Physician and Surgeon,
-ABKRCROMBIE, (Richland Co.,) DAKOTA, ul
M. I. FRIEDLANDEB,
^ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
A'Office over New York Store, Wahpeton, Dakota
B. F. Spalding, C. F. Templeton
Attorneys at Law
JOHN M. RUGGLES,
REGISTER OF DEEDS.
and correct ab
P«M for non-residents.
cancelled on the treas-
-Mllm-toS^the proper amount of tax
collected. My charges are $1.00 for each receipt.
Any person having improved farms, dwellings,
store buildings or rooms to rent will do well to
call on or address. GEO. T. PROPPER,
Any person wanting a sectional map of Rich
^'Jandjconnty, may be accommodated by calling
on or addressing, *r GEO. T. PROPPER,
$0*. R: BUXTON,
Attorney at Law,
Itote/ to Loan on Real Estate.
Final Proof* Made.
And Collections Made.
Drf«nded in all Courts of
Dakota and Minnesota.
ParUes desiring elthiv irtM or ttring band
,«iuslo, mar I« acconipodated ly mppiTing to
be being the buslnen
OT AND SHOE
Work at the Headquarters pro
W. H. H. Peirce's father died
Sunday, in Vermont.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Howry are
expected back this week.
McKanlass's Minstrels at the
opera house Thursday April 2d.
A. J. Goodhue, Esq., is expected
back the latter part of the week.
Remember the fancy dress carni
val at the rink Monday April 6tli.
ISF" We call attention,to Schov
erling, Daly & Gale's gun "ad" in
another place. They are good and
reliable men to deal with. Send for
one of their catalogues.
Harwood & Cughan are moving
James Purdon's warehouse from the
rear of his old business stand to the
lot recently vacated by the Barney
Elliot house, bought and removed
by G. T. Propper. Mr. Purdon will
make a barn of the warehouse.
Judge Lauder attended the dis
trict court at Lisbon last week, in
the interest of his brother Thomas
in' the contested election case
in Sargent county. The case was
deferred to next term of court. The
grand jury there failed to find an
indictment against Dr. Bradley of
Sargent county, whose name was
used in connection with an alleged
The ice cream social by liev. and
Mrs. Troy at Chapel Hall hist even
ing was a splendid success. Instru
mental and vocal music, readings
and declamations were principal
features in the occasion, and every
one was delighted with the enter
tainment including the host and
hostess. On the evening of the 8th
of April, a maple sugar social will
be held at Chapel Hall.
Clias. Damerel, who hasf|eiit the
greater part of the winter at his
old home in England, returned this
week,-, accompanied by a nephew,
named W. George W. Anthony.
Mr. Damerel looks hale and hearty,
saying that he enjoyed himself im
mehsely^ 'but is pleased to get back
home. Mr. Anthony is a bright
appearing young man, and will no
do.ubt, make a first rate Dakotaian.
The projectors of the new rink
enterprise make very flattering pro
gress, they now having $3,000 sub
scribed, with every prospect, it
would seem, of getting what they
want. The charter is here in good
shape, the constitution and by-laws
have been prepared by Hon. P. J.
McCumber, J. W. Blanding and W.
J. Yanderveer. The officers of the
company are president, Joakim
Bauer vice-president, C. K. Farns
worth secretary, Geo. P. Garred,
and treasurer, W. J. Yanderveer.
The directors are: J. W. Blanding,
John C. Pyatt, Clias. E. Hinman, P.
J. McCumber and A.Bessie. We
believe there is every prospect for
the success of the new rink, but
think that the two companies should
consolidate and build one needed
and a creditable institution. -i
Seely's new opera house is'to
opened with local talent in "Enlist
ed for the War," which is now be
ing rehearsed by Capt. Gregg, Mr.
and Mrs. B. B. Carson, and othei'3.
It is generally understood that Mrs.
C. is better than some professionals
on the stage, and further. that if
she continues to live with that hus
band of her's, the inimitable "Bob,"
will/spon stand at the head of the,
list. LOok out for "Enlisted for the
War," there will be every equip
ment on hand to make it the biggest
success Of this century in Wahpe
ton. Benefit charity fund of the
G. A. R.
Bargains in town lots at Moore
ton, D. T. on the N. P. F. & B. H.
railroad, thirteen miles west of
Wahpeton. Fine opening for dif
ferent branches of business. For
particulars apply to
A few weeks ago Dr. Job Carter,
located at Fargo^extended his field
of operations to11 Wahpeton, with a
•tiew to visit here once every two
jWeeks and has already made two
Visits here, putting up at the Head
|opuitf quarters, and will be here again
next Monday. We know personally
that the doctor knows a thing or
.two, and can cheerfully recommend
any one in need of medical aid to
jap ffiTfo him a call. We have every
reason to believe that he is an able
iftan in his profession.
fwijvv R^V'V WP r'i fcj? «, Vf
'fc *w£i4 jL «. -tv. *V
Is the Best
Mooreton, D. T.
*»Ji &"•» «s?
•?Mj« qu fj
Vol. 6 to W A.HPETON, RICHLAND Co., DAKOTA, THURSDAY, MARCH 26,1885. No. 5
W. A. Seely is pushing his onera
house right along to completion,
and it is to be finished up in the fin
est sort of shape. The frame work
or support for the new scenery or
dered at Chicago is being prepared
including a claim shanty and ten
drops to be used on the stage.
Crafts & Comstock are painting and
papering the establishment through
out. There are to be four grades of
prices, 25c for the gallery 35c under
the gallery 50c in center of floor
and 75c for reserved seats. Mr.
Seely thinks that those prices ought
to strike most any man's "pile."
Wahpeton will have a very neat lit
tle opera house and no mistake.
Two car loads of pipe have arrived
for the water works, over the Fargo
W. A. SEELY & CO.,m
SCALER? AKD JOBBERS OT FIRST CLASS
FARM MACHINERY, BUGGIES AND WAGONS,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Belting and Mill Supplies,
Wagon Makers' and Blacksmiths' Materials,
Lumber Coal Lime, Hair and Cement.
Car Orders Solicited. [wBll
Opposite erchants I, Wahpeton, D. T,
Have |ust received a Complete Stock of
Their Line of Clothing is a Larger and Better Assortment than ever heretofore.
Their Styles are the Latest and their Prices Extremely Low. They would
Especially Call the Attention of their patrons to their Custom Suits,
Made in the Latest Fashions.
Ml Goods Guaranteed to Fit and Wear•
Their Hat Department is Most Complete. Their Stock of Gents'
jp.urnishing Goods is the Largest west of St. Paul.
Plain Truths Plainly Told
ier, and it has taught the People ao Wahpeton and
surrounding country to
Where they can get the best goods for the. lowest prices, with a full
guarantee of satifaction or money refunded. I can sell you a
SUIT MADE TO ORDER or BEADY MADE SUITS'
Spring Overcoats, Hats and Caps,
For considerable less tba^yott can buv elsewhere. You would be
astonished tojjlemy prices. Call and inspect.
U*.' J,\'.'..-."^i3'-:.^-.: -t
A^Sm i, «jv
Churthea, CtowaUy ami Town
The Catholic—Organized, jsts, by Rev Father
Bergmann corner Dakota-ave and Sec
ond street. Services, 10:80 am and 8:30 pm.
0*o. Hcmnue, Rector.
The Congregational—organized, 1880, by Rer
O Emerson, the first In Korth Dakota
Fifth street, between Dakota and Wiscon
sin avenues. Servies, 10:45 am oiid 7:00 pra.
Trains run to Hop*
Trains rug to Portland
Thurs4Rys and Saturdays.
Soinc East, Acdomo(l4|Bpn,
Daily except Sunday.
Passengers taking tliisixoute reach Wade—
6:50 m, can secure a berth in sleeper!
thereby get a good night's rest, arriving afiS6t.
rani at 7:50 a in, making connections with .-ill
east and sahth bound trains from this point.
nTLI,jrAN SLEEPING CARS
are run without change on all trains irom St.
Paul and Minneapolis and Fargo and Duluth.
lor beauty and comfort tliGsc cars are unsur*
.1. .Et.EO-*Nf hortow CHAIR cars.
on d.iy truins between Fargo and Maudan. Thesa
ears are fixed with new reclining chairs, and
ofier speial attractions to the traveler.
SUPERB EXKIKO CARS
without excention, the finest on the continent
are run on ail trains. First-class meals, 75c.
fs .X"sHa*Lto •pjfech,a6e tickets £ast,
West, North or Sonfib, wilrlln'i it io their jidvan*
tagfi^to get them viAllis liif% G. A. HAWKES,
H. A. WORKMAN,
Prescritions Carefully Com
Opp. Jolm.J^ehon's Store.
The Methodist—Organized, 1880, by Rev
Patterson Dakota ave, ever White & Go's
store. Services, 10:45 am and 7:00 m.
W Troy, Pastor.
The Episcopal— Organized, 1888, by Rev
Gurr Cor Fourth street and Wisconsin avo
Services, 10:45 a and 7:00 m. No regu
lar services at present.
The Baptist-Organized, 1883, byRevEETyson
Wisconsin ave between Fourth and Fifth
streets. Services, 10:45 am and 7:00 m.
E E TAow, Pastor.
new Catholic church, now nearly com
pleted, will be dedicated to services in the
spring of 1836.
RICHLAND COUNTY OFFICIALS.
Davis and Theo Doerr.
Auditor—Fred E Stauff, A SunderhknC, deputy.
County Attorney ^nde,.
Register of Deeds JMRuggle*
Treasurer OK Ulsaker
Clerk of the Court ,.......IH Miller
®hfr,,,[ N Ink
School Superintendent Honsa
Judge of Probate
County Physician Dr O W Nuckolls
Board of Trustees-J W Hnyward, President: A
Miksche, John Kotschevar, Bauer and
J?arfhal John Mears
®®rk & Chas Loomis
Justice of the Peace GeoTSwasey
Treasurer Freeman Orcutt
The Trains—Manitob^ Road,'
9 55a in
7 80 am
6 55 am.
5 48 am
.. St. Paul...
.. Willmar ..
S 09 am
4 13 am
13 58 am
9 43 pm
5 07 am
6 18 am
9 48 pm
5 55 nt
10:40 a m.
Saddles, Collars, Blankets
Fly Nets, Ox Harness, Whips, Brushes and
Carrie Combs, &c„
OpposlteTost office. Wahmbton, DaWtui
Dr. T. L. Tat/
bag permanently loeated lnWahpetonJI an
prepared to do a gsneral d&tlatry battui
Best guilty Tettk, $15 fttUt Eitritttag 6fe
Cleft palates and all irregularities of children's
teeth shall receive the latest mode of treatment.
All work Wakuantjeb.
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