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-LLTJ w-% feipENSMA, M. B. Physician ami ..Sttrfeptt^ii OFFICE OVER MILLER'S DRUG STORK, English, German and Scandinavian IADCIUCM SbokQii* 'nfti't WAHPETON, DAKOTA WM,K. "flii &• rum fr* -And Negotiators, ot First Mortgage Loans on A River Valley Lands. Corner Broadway and -secoud Ave., 3 31H1' at- S?YATT & PuRCEIjL, €oo*«lcLoa»-AT-Law, Loan and Insurance Agents. J. 0. Pyatt, Dept. Dist. Atty. Wahpeton,Dakota. FRANK GRAY, Iv Attorney at Law, Office -with G. T. Swasey, Wahpeton, Dakota. -Geo. D. Swaine, M. D. PHVfICIAff AND SURGEON, Wahpetoii, Dakota. Bueages or women a specialty. Office on Da. fcoU avenue. S. H. SNYDER, ATTORKET-AT-LAW, WAHPETON, DAKOTA. "V'Y". Money- to Loan on Real Estate and Chattel \VO Security. rags®.' O»rons: Over Peirce?s hardware store. 3tcCamber & Bogart, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Special Attention .Given to Collection. WAHPKTOJJ, DAKOTA. risnc, E,. IT .SHEBIFF. OF IUCHI.AXD CO., WAAPETON, DAKpTA. nlv6 L. B. EVERDELL, Attorney nt Law ^JWalipeton,Dakota, and Breckerirldge, Mlnneso ta, Wahpeton office, with Adolph Bessie. Ezra C. Valentinef Ji'j Attorney nt Law, Heal Estate Exchanged and Money to Loan, Office in conrt house, Breckenrldge, Minn, HENRY C. RENO, .( PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Wahpeton, D. T. Office over Howry's Bee Hive Store. Resi dence, Dr. Hatten's house, Third street. w46 G. BARKOW, M. I., Physician and Surgeon, ^ABERCROMBIK, (Richland Co.,) DAKOTA, nl GEO HANLY, SURGEON DENTIST Office with Dr. Geo. 0. Swaine, over Peirce's .Hardware store, Wahpeton, D. T. M. I. FRIED LANDER, •iATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Deutclier Advokat. .Office .over New York Store, Wahpeton, Dakota. F. Spalding C. F. Templeton SPALDING & TEMPLETON, Attorneys at Lawj Fargo Dakota. «l. R. BUXTON, Attorney at Law, Money to Loan on Real Estate. Final Proofs Made, And Collections Mado. fS|i 7Stiltg I Hi? 1% A Prosecuted and Defended in all Courts of Dakota and Minnesota. Office one d?* west ofBee Hive Store, Wahpe 'Jton, Dakota. ANTON CIILLES Y'»Lf:1A %1JC B00T AND SHOE MAKER I Shop on Fourth Street, near Times Office. ANTON PE1TZ, Proprietor of the Farmers' Home, Back of Post Office, Third Street, WAHPETON, DAKOTA, Fine Stabling in connection with the House. -..V Keeps always on hand Imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars NEW MEAT MARKET AT Abercrombie XlfiiEg JEISEI, Prtprietm, —All Kinds of— iRESH & SALT HEATS ?.? Kept ln*their Season. Special Attention paid to McCsc leyville and Colfax Trade. 0 •.• -j .«•• Bead Henry Miller's new "ad." The ditch oh Pembina avenue has been opened up in fine sliape." .Chas. E. Wolfe was adniltted to the bar at the late term of court, and now lias more law business than anybody. Rev? Mr. Flack has located at Wahpeton and conducts regular ser vice at the new Episcopal church. Morning service at 10:45, evening at 7:45. C. F. Kindred, vice-president of the Fargo & Southern road, was in the city yesterday otyHjusiness. Mr. K. says the F. & S/is doing a fine business. The bridge over the Wild Rice about which there has been a good deal of speculation, is at last located between sections 19 and 30, town 134, range 48. Wm. White who some time since purchased John Benesli's house, near the river, is now building a valuable addition thereto, and ere long, we believe^ will occupy the same. The Methodist society is hauling material onto the ground for its new church building, Fifth street, just west of the court house. Wm. Riddel has the contract to lay the foundation. Mr. J. R. Purcell, recently from Carbin county, Fa., and bx other of Attorney Wm. E. Purcell of this city, arrived at Wahpeton last week, to makei this his permanent home. THE TIMES is pleased to note this fact. Deputy Sheriff Johnson from Ottertail county, Minnesota, was in town Tuesday looking for witnesses in a criminal case now before the district court of that county. We believe he found the witnessess on Mr. Judd's farm. Pyatt & Purcell, the old and re liable law firm of this city, have added the latest and most improved type writer to the accommodations in their office, to facilitate them in their large and increasing business. "Ad" Dunlap is learning to manip ulate the keys. The building from near the bridge is to be placed on the city'5 lot where now stands the jail, corner Fourth street and Pembina avenue, and be used as fire department head quarters and city hall. The build ing was bought from M. T. Rich for $800, he to pay the cost of moving same. Eli Vachon purchased a pair of handsome peacocks from an immi grant, Monday of this week. The birds, we take it, are as beautiful as possible, "the head of the family" having the most beautiful plumage. Mr. Vachon will place the proud birds on his farm. He paid but ten djjs for them. A :Wagpns RuninConnectipn with the Business. D. OLIVER, Agent fortheCelebratod MACIIINES Tlfino/.wiros and- Repairs:always.oo hand, iilso WooH, Lime. Hair. Plaster of Paris, ileriloiit S- Brlok foi' ^ulo.. ,\ j* W :'m Xii ia rsa t» I '/-J3y Car Loafl a Specially.*! mm Wta«|taoms on Sixlli Sti'cot.T^o^ecii 4 faHouler & Mackie are putting up aaroffice and warehouse back of F|ank Tuttle's on Fifth street to be used together, but have formed no copartnership, notwithstanding the fact that they have also secured the contract to put up the engine house for the water company. These are good men and we like to see them prosper. The other day Wm. Oestrich of Walcott, made a little fun of Chas. Damerel's seed pop*corn, saying he could show better corn produced on his farm at Walcott. In a few days the corn came down and it is, in deed, much superior to the corn Mr. D. had secured from the east. It is the pure rice pop corn, and is really splendid. The other day F. S. Kinney closed his butcher shop at Dwight and, as sociating with himself Con Barrett went to Fairmount and opened a sample robm, where the boys dd a good business in the right kind of a manner. But this week a young man stepped imto their place and bought a bottle of beer, and soon thereafter the proprietors were un der arrest for-selling the ardent to a minor. District attorney Lauder went to Fairmount Tuesday and conducted the-, examination on the part of the territory, Justice ST. Davis, r., IhTOlrm were 1MV 44 Wahpeton, Richland Comity. bound over in the sum of $300, Mr. K. says that the young man looks to be fully 23 years of age, and that he says he was iftred to go in and secure the beer by parties desirous of making the proprietors trouble. Mr. K. is certainly a very law abid ing and exemplary young man, and under the circumstances it is hard to tell why any one should thus seek to make trouble. We hope the boys will be able to get out of the diffi culty with little or no loss, for they don't seem to deserve trouble and loss in that way. The rink has been very materially improved of late. Besides the en largement and new floor, a very nice room lias been well fitted up for ladies, anew bell has been pur chased and an endless piece of can vas containing- the various changes or programme for the evening has been placed upon the wall, which not only shows taste and enterprise but is of much convenience to the skaters. With the other improve ments, the rink band, as it is called, has purchased new music and now furnish very acceptable music, so that there should not, now, be much kicking on the rink. The manage ment is doing the best possible to give the town a creditable institu tion and it answers very well, we think. A few nights ago some one or a party of1 young men or boys—more or less—went to the trouble of re moving various signs about town and putting same up in odd places, tipped over water barrels, piled up dry goods boxes where they should not be piled, &c„ in the supposition, we presume, that they were doing something funny. Kot only this but cut the glass of several front windows and doors, including those of Eugene Riscliard, the tailor. The glass in his front door was cut through and entirely ruined, while the windows were badly disfigured. Now this is all wrong, and the man who cut Rischard's glass front, who ever it was, is undoubtedly ashamed of it, and should at least reimburse him for the loss he will surely sus tain in pd&ng in anew glass front. This slioula be done even if an esti mated was made and the money dropped into the postoffice addressed to Mr. Rischard. This is the least that the party can do, and then thank his stars that he was not ar rested. The Aberdeen Pioneer, Brown county, has had a most terrific fight on its bands, over a bill authorizing the division of that county. It seems that the business men of that place in a large measure, supported division on the ground that it would give Aberdeen a county seat, and went so far as to withdraw pat ronage from the paper, but this had the" effect, simply, to urge Editor Drake on to greater effort in oppo sition, which finally so enraged friends of the measure that they one night entered his office, "pied his forms and^ emptied cases of type all over the back yard. However, the Pioneer came out on time, a little disfigured, but full of fight, and finally when election came off the scheme was defeated by a ma jority of 1,028 votes, there being 2,902 cast in the county. And now the parties who previous to election went about the streets of Aberdeen crying "we'll crush Drake," have the satisfaction of seeing how very small they are in the world, and are themselves being boycotted by in dignant farmers, The city of Aber deen, through persistant bulldozing by certain elements, went nearly sdlid for division, footing up a ma jority of 500, there being but 55 against. However, Drake is a man possessed of ideas and he stands by them in good shape, always intimat ing to his opponents that when he goes out it will be feet first. Many poeple ^h0 voted wrong, are com ing to the conclusion that Drake was right when he pointed out the Afri can in the. brush heap. It looks very much liko Mr. Brako lias got 'em coming, his way, as it were, and thoy L-md on' Iiis subsprjptio a .book, Boycotts and autx-bpycot^i's ar rayed in columns^ W. A. SEELY & Co., For the Latest Paterns in Wall Paper And WINDOW CURTAINS, Mr. Huppler will continue the business at the old stand and will assume ail debts contracted by the late firm, and collect all ontstanding ac counts. Parties having empty kegs will oblige Mr. H., by returning same at once. W. A. WHITE, President. Are Still Selling LUMBER, LATH, Shingles, Brick, Lime, Sash, Doors and ilfliis Pair ai Bi (Notwithstanding the reports circulated by certain parties in order to capture our trade.) We are also Headquarters for the BEST MAKES of Farm Machinery, Sold. GrO TO H. MILLER'S Drug and Book Store. anil Paints and Oils, He has just what you want in Immense Stock and at the Cheapest Rates ever offered in the northwest. Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the co-partnership heretofore existing under the firm name or Hup. pier & Stofft, is dissolved by mutual consent. Signed: LAMBERT HUFPLER, CARL STOFFT. Moulding, Hay for Sale. D. E. Rice has some fifty tons of fine hay ior ale. Apply at the meat market. Mortgages for Sale. L. A. Sprague, Esq., 14 Dunham Place, Brooklyn, New York, has a number of mortgage claims for sale at the bank of Wahpeton, Wahpeton, Dakota, at ten per cent, discount. Inquire at the bank for further particulars. Look at This! At Wm. Northy'sSaloon, where You can Find the Best of Wines, Liquors & Cigars And keeps on Hand A. Booth & Son's New York Counts And Oval Brands of Fresh O S E E S nion. Lobsters, Sardines, Brook Trout, Broiled resh Mackerel, Lambs Tongue, Corned Beef. Bonton Baked Beans, Cervelat Sausage, pigs Feet, iu fact a Full Linj of such Dclicucies. Eugene Schuler, Carpenter, Contractor and Bridge Builder. ESTIMATES FURNISHED, And contracts taken on all classes of buildings and carpenter work. None but ftrst-class hands employed. Anew pile driver always ready for operation. Office with F. H. Butler Ss Co., nakota Avenue west of mill. jan 5. G. T. SWASEY, Vice President. Money to Loan. Long Time Loans on Improved Farms at Moderate rates of Interest. Money Always on Hand by the* Northwestern Investment Comp'y WESTERN OFFICE Wahpeton, D. T., W. A. White and T. W. Kellogg, Managers. EASTERN OFFICE Room 82, Equitable Building, Boston, Mass., ASSESSORS! Please call at my office for Assessment Books and Listing Blanks, at once, Fred E. Stauff, Co, Auditor, By A. E. SUNDERHAUF, Deputy Auditor. Plain Truths Plainly Told Is the Best Teacher, and it has taught the People ao Wahpeton and surrounding country to BUT CLOTHING -At The— Where they can get the best goads for the lowest prices, with a full guarantee of safciiaction or money refunded, I can |eli yon a SUIT MiDE 51G1EB IF PI1DT UDI SI)i!S, Spring Overcoats, Hats and Caps, v.? For considerable less than you can buy elsewhere. You would be '^tonished to gee my prices. Call and inspcct. 1} n89 Churches, County find Town *4? Officiate, fit WAHPETON'S CHyVdHES. The Catholic—Organized, 18^, by Hev Father Bergmann corner DakO&F-tive and Sec* ond street. Services, 10:80» in and 3-30 m. GKO. HWPI'RTITLJI, Rector. The Congregational—Organised*, If-jso, by Rev O Emerson, tho first In Xoilli Dakota Fifth street, between Dako»-itnd Wlscon sin avenues. Servies, 10:45 in uul 7A' pm. O B.BAlt/ifcB, Pastor. The Methodist—Organized, Kov Patterson Dakota ave, ev lute & Co's store. Services, 10:45ama« I 45pm W no i-, Pastor, Tho Episcopal —Organized, 18 :). by Rev HI Gurr Cor Fourth street an! Wisconsin ave Services, 10:45 a and 7:49 in. RKV. M. F^TFK. Rector. The Baptist-Organized, 1883/6? HevE E Tyson Wisconsin ave between Fourth and FiftU streets. Services, J0:45 fiTji^id 7:45 m. No regular services at pw«i:t Anew Catholic church, now nearly com pleted, will be dedicated to ^C'l vice?? intbe spring of 1885. RICHLAND COUNTY CmilfALS LcgiPlatjvo_Repr%iitatives--S il.bhis uta 1 McCumb^ Commissioners—irtflpN Deans. li-iinifajr -F it Davis and Theo^poerr. .' •. Auditor—Fred E Stauff, A Sun uil deputy 4 County Attorney Register of Deeds Treasurer Clerk of the Court Sheriff School Superintendent Judge of Probate Coroner County Physician J^milcr 1 (iJytJWnker I ftlrlleri UJMIitk^ WM House .T. .1 Buxton Wionsma t„ (l ^u.olls WAHPETON OFFIf I U.« *45: Mayor, J. H. Miller Aldern. 11. First wnrd, Michael Schmitt, chalrmai'. Antwi Miksclie Second ward, Joakim Bai: aml-Dr Swaine Third ward, 3. B. Fisher. 'Chief of Poliee Police Officer c,ork at all times—Night and Day. and have in my stock, Litnberger audi Swiss Cheese, Cove Oysters, Sal* Attorney Justice of the Peace Treasurer 1500 Miles of Boat! is only Line Extending tlir null Minnesota tfc Region S To all principal pi.infsi'i '%jr RED RIVER VALLKY, •i.'NORTHERN Ml.VNJ.-OT*, •ST" GOINU WEST' STATIO H. a in pin 7 30 7 00 !Lv....St.Pan! 8 03 7 35 Kerkhovi n... Murdork DeGr:. .' Beusoi. ... Glontiu ..Hancoi t. .... I S 30 T. W. KELLOGG, Sec'y and Treas. 2 18iAr.....Morri' 2 45 3 45 4 sa 5 35 6 05 !Lv.. ",/•» Qeorge T. Swasey, Manager. n? .... "t 3 42 4 01 4 20 4 45 5 52 6 10 6 30 5%$ 6 3« 7 15 500 5 07 5 22 00 Addis«iii,., Dnrbi-.i..., Everen..... Ar....Casselto»... .Lv St. Panl to and. from Witliiicton, daily, V'r ton to and from Wahpeton. j|.v exceptSlindar 4 c. WAK y.s. Persons wishing to West, North or South. wi»li tage to get them via tnk I te. HA" H. A. WOK E G. WAV a W'-i I ntt anil B.. Vs John MtearS'^,"1 Ilea Reiter C'i i* II Loomig 't S-H-Snyder rank Gray 7 JFIUIRJREJIFORFS and Jtt.ivViTGBJi Railway wity il ^Ir1 5 N01 ITii KliN DAKOTA.^ OflINO HAST j.... Minneapiiii pm 12 I5| 11 35 Willm: r. .. IS aij 11 57 I a 12 49 Vi 18 1 00 12 31 1 121 12 44 1 301 1 05 1 45 1 22 2 08 1 50: ....St. Jo!.. "tI $ -V *1 a 6 30 7S5 .• qq.'/iV '4 00 3 34 2 45 if -1 2 1 3 8 03 2 52 S S3 0 1 1 50 1 25 !S' 'Jf- Ki 1» J* I 12 50 -M, 1J 30 S 1 Morrj: Chokl Grace* BeardfK 2 34 3 01, 3 14 11 85 10 35 9 IST,I 10 1 »ir."ctsf uili uu/.i, ©•oliecuoiis. nmt LaMdn liotQihi Jl* 45 45 ArBrownisV ..II-VLV 9 10 4 00 1SS 8 15 Lv...Donn» !l. .. Hermn Norcr^.., Vr 1 03 US5 12 22 am 4 »t 11 90 fi 10 SO 10 90 Tiutali Campl.) II., Don*' Breckini'i..K«- 11 52 11 33 Jl 16 9 a $10 .a.:-:. a jl 10 .. «l Jf»»jifS.-.', "fa Mansti 10 51) 7 80^ ......Atherti'„. Ar.. Barnesvi,!. .. io Lv.3reckinrii'i:(!. AJ- fe.6 18 ^6 48 7 00 7 11 7 23 7 40 7 55 Colftx.. Walcott" ..: Khrfre!!..., Davenpiii. 1^1 nw* 'M tM-* ip W4 Gen. pas3 A«I H. H. ST. JOHN, Local Agt. Wahjiet^K' J? Northern I'ncific, Going East, Accomodation lull Departs 10: r. am. Going West, Accomodation .Arrives Departs 4:'" pin Daily except 3r ... reach Wadojiji .i ,r m, can secure a iN.rih in sleeper mid get a good night"- r,.rt. :,ri'lving 7:50a m, makij^' eonnectlons wilhiir^vm.-ail Passengers taking this ron 6:50 thereby Paul at 7:50 am, maklik' ciimiectlons with east and south bound ti*vi'«s front this point PVLLMAX auc RT*O CAM are run without change or nil trains-IriiaLi Panl and Minneapolis an! KJIIEO And UD^Dth for beauty and comfort curs are vnaar passed. ,ww" KLEOANT HORTO CHA1B CARli. on day trains between Far.-n nml Uaadan cars are fixed with new linins offlw speial attractions to Hit- lt. SBMU DIKIXu CA*aS without exception, the flnvst on die are run on all trains. Fiivt .clans mn ... rrSl .. VrescrUions irqfgtfy pOT^siitfdi'-k" v|Opp.John^^^7,f' na vrl^ Hirvii tho tax wul' nrcr'B.