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,... ATTT. AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Collections specialty. Offloe over North-
WMtera Hank. A
WABPROK, DAKOTA.
£HA8. E. WOLFE,
ATTOUNEY AT LAW,
Special attention given to matters before
Department of Interior. Office over
•fllerco'u Hardware Store.
DAKOTA.
WAHPETON,
pRANK GRAY,
ATTOKNEH AT LAW,
Riche's Block. Office with O. T. Swasey.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
Q.EO. D. SWAINE, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Diseases of Women a specialty.
Office in Pierce's Block,
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
H.SNYDER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Money to Loan on Real Estate Chattel
Security. Office in Rich's Block.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
jyjcCUMBER
St
BOGART,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
AT LAW.
Special attention given to Collections.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
B. EVEHDELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WAHPETON, DAKOTA, AND BHECKENHIDQE,
MINNESOTA.
Wahpeton office with Adolph Bessie.
J7ZRA G. VALENTINE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Real Estate Exchanged and Money to Loan.
Office in Wilkin county Bank building.
BKEOKKNRIEHE, MINNESOTA.
H. KERMOTT, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON
And Accoucheur.
FAIKMOUNT, DAKOTA.
JJENRY C. RENO,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office in Rich's Block. Residence, west of
Headquarters, Seventh street.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
QEO. M. HANLEY,
SURGEON DENTIST.
Office with Dr. Geo. D- Swaine, over Pierce's
Hardware store.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
B. ROCKWELL, M. D.,
HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON.
Office over the lice Hive Store. Residence,
Mrs. Seely's house on Eighth street. Office
hours, 11 to 12 A.M. and :T to 5 P.M., Sunday
excepted.
gjPALDING & TEMPLETON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Negotiators of first mortgage loans on Red
River valley lands. Corner Broadway and
Second avenue.
A O O A O A
WIENSMA, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Miller's drug store. English,
German and Scundinavicn languages spoken.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
[NO. C. PPATT.
I Attorney at Law.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
R. BUXTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Money to loan on real estate. Final proofs
made. Collections made. Suits prosecuted
and defended in all courts of Dakota and
Minnesota. Office one door west of Bee Hive
store.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
jyjISS A. C. HIRSCH, WALCOTT, DAK.
TEACHER OF PIANO AND ORGAN.
Beginners a specialty also lessons by mail.
Can be found at Kindred every Tuesday and
Friday.
BEST OF KEFEIiENCEH. NEW METHOD.
TJ3KMS: Twelve dollars per terin of twenty
four lessons single lessons, #1 lessons by
mail, $2 per month or&Oper year in advance,
sent once week. For further particulars
call oa or address A. C. HIRSH,
Vol. 9.
J. W. BLANDING.
Att'y at Law and
Civil Engineer.
LAW, LOANS AND COLLECTIONS.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
JOHN M. RUGGLES,
REGISTER OF DEEDS.
Titles to lands investigated and abstracts
furnished.
Walcott, inn
THE MODEL
Market House
Win. NORTHEY
Is constantly Receiving fresh Goods. He now
bus the
In their Various Styles the season affords.
His Line of
Canned Meats and Fish
Is very complete, and lie is able to furnish not
only the KINKST F.U.NCIIKONS, but Fresh
Delicaeies for Family Use.
PLANTS FOR SALE
At Very Low Prices.
WAHPETON. DAKOTA.
CO TO THE
Excelsior Meat Market
FOR CHOICE
Beef* Pork, Muttont Veal.
Also, HAMS, BACON,
and CANNED MEATS.
GAME AND POULTRY IN SEASON
Remember the place, one do west of
A. Miksche's.
J. F. MARLOW, Prop.
Special No
Farmers wishing to make final
proof on their land. Farmers and
others wishing to sell or buy land.
Farmers wishing to obtain loans on
their land. To any parties wishing
to buy or sell land, houses and lots.
A specialty made of land office busi
ness. It will pay you to see
tfeSkffi&j
JOHN SHIPPAM.
Wahpeton D.
Great Clearing Sale
To make room for Pall Stock. For the
NEXT SIXTY DAYS
We shall offer for sale at an
I E N S E E I O N
All Classes of
SUMMER GOODS
The Biggest Opportunity for Bargains. We are closing out
Call early and get a bargain.
LOCAL NEWS.
Cigars are on tap at THE TIMES
office.
Correspondence and everything
else crowded out.
John S. Johnson of Christine,
paid us a pleasant call this week.
Miss Emma Folsom is the guest
of Mrs. II. S. Snow.
Miss Clara Gillitt has returned
to her home at Hastings, Minnesota.
Joseph Ilarff's many friends are
glad to see him back at work in Mr.
Stevens hardware store.
The Fargo nine has been defeated
three times by Grand Forks this
week and once by Fergus Falls.
Campbell will play the Wahpeton
boys here Saturday of this week, and
Fergus Falls will play here Monday
and Saturday of next week.
Married in this city, July 20th, by
Rev. J. M. VanEvery, Mr. Thomas
M. Gilles of Herman, Minn, and
Miss Carrie E. Preseott ,of Anoka,
Minn.
Any young boys who would like
to leant to sing as we mentioned
last week should not fail to meet at
the Episcopal Church Friday after
noon of this week, at four o'clock.
Not only will Mr. Pinkhain teach
them to sing but will pay them for
there time.
Farmers should not neglect call
ing on John Shippam, the secretary
of the Farmers Mutual Hail In
surance company and leave their
hail insurance with him at once, as
this hot weather promises hail
storms. Look out for them. Be
wise. Get insured at once.
The Mazeppa II. and L. Co. elected
the following officers Saturday:
Foreman, W. R. Purdon First as
sistant, Clias. Farley Second as
sistant, Win. Mathews secretary,
Frank Farley: treasurer, Henry
Albrecht, and the finance committee
is as follows: John Bowden, David
Purdon and Joseph Harif.
F. S. Smith, our foreman, went to
St. Paul Friday evening last and
was married to Miss Lizzie Bishop
at that city Sunday afternoon
returning with his bride this morn
ing. Since Mr. Smith's short so
journe here he seems to have made
many friends who join TIIE TIMES
in wishing him long life and pros
perity.
We heard some excellent singing
yesterday by Mr. M. K. Bachman
who travels for J. Miller & Co's.
extensive boot and shoe house,
Racine, Wisconsin. Mr. Bachman
is an old friend of William Northey,
the two having sang together for
years in Wisconsin, and he is a man
celebrated over Wisconsin, Minne
sota and Iowa. On this occasion we
repaired to Mr. and Mrs. Northey's
Parlors where he rendered One Hun
dred Fathoms, The King and I,
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep,
and My Dutch Girl—funny! To
say that Mr. Bachman is a master
songster does not express it. He is
about as good as can be made, we
should say. It is the intention to
watch for an opportunity and on
some future visit of Mr. Bachman,
gather up some of Wahpeton's vo
calists an repairing to some roomy
quarters have a jolly good sing.
Such a thing would be well worth
the effort.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Tryba
have.Iost two children recently from
diphtheria. It seems one child died
before the family realized the
nature of the difficulty and when a
second and third was* taken down,
Dr. Quick was called and helped
one nearly at death's door.Jand in
sisted that all the children should
have constant attention, but Mr.
Tryba thought that by coming in
and letting the doctor know how
things were occasinally would an
swer. Soon another 'child died, and
when remonstrated with by the doc
tor, Mr. Tryba seemed to have lost
courage,theught that diphtheria was
incurable, etc.. that Mr. and Mrs.
Miksche's children died under the
care of three doctors, etc. But
what Dr. Quick mostly objected to
was being the children's doctor witli
so little chance to visit them and look
after them. The girl he visied a time
two was still improving at last ac
counts. The doctor says the treat
ment of this disease has very mate­
A. & M. STERN,
THE LEADING CLOTHIERS OF WAHPETON, D. T.
rially changed within the past half
a dozen years, and that there is 110
use to let a child die of diphtheria.
Now what do you think of that.
Count Your Money,
The settlement with County Treas
urer Ulsaker passed off iu order and
with dispatch, he showing up
849,427.16, money now inthetreas
sury. Taking into account the
hard trial Mr. Ulsaker has passed
through—and is passing through,
over the funds of this county with
every cent lost in the bank fail
ure restored to the treasury, and con
templating what might have been
instead of the present r.dmirable
showing, public esteem musf go
out to him and his heroice friends
for the honorable and manly manner
in which they have done their part
in this unfortunate piece of busi
ness. Long may wave the good
work and memory of Treasurer Ul
saker and his honorable body of
bondsmen.
City Council.
WAHPETON, Dak., July 14,1887.
Adjourned meeting of city council
July 13th, 1887.
Called to order by the president.
Members present: George M. Han
ley, II. G. Albrecht, James Purdon,
Frank Braun and J. A. Lawrence.
Minutes of last meeting were
read and approved.
On motion report of treasurer for
the month of June was accepted as
reported by the chairman of the
finance committee.
An ordainance providing for the
protection of property against fire,
was offered and on motion same was
referred to committee on ordainance
and rules.
On motion council voted that peti
tion of St. Paul, Minneapolis & Man
itoba Railroad Company be laid on
the table indefinably.
On motion the following bills
were allowed and orered paid out of
general fund:
Hat. McCube, salary an policeman $60 00
Jos. Sehmitt, salary as policeman 60 00
W. J. VanDeileer, lor tournament arcli. 75 0J
J. Ktmierson, gaailing streets 150 CM
Ueo. P. Garied, printing as 00
Tax matter of Henry Cughan was
referred to the clerk with instruc
tions to investigate it.
On motion council adjourned un
til Wednesday, July 20th, 1887.
CIIAS. G. BADE, City Clerk.
"Jc-Jo," a Law-Loving Citizen.
The statement is authoritatively
made that the much talked about
"Jo-Jo" is not a Nihilist, but on
the contrary, is a friend and warm
supporter of the Czar. "Jo-Jo" says
anarchists make him tired. This in
formation will be eininentle grati
fying to the American public.
During his appoaching visit -to the
city with S. II. Barrett's New
United Monster Shows, "Jo-Jo"
will give the yeomanry 21 talk on
what he knows about farming.
This lecture is said to be a very
icooclastic production, and will no
doubt, cause a revolulution in the
methods of tilling the soil.
See Ink & Carter—Real Estate and
Loans.
See Ink & Carter—Real Estate and
Loans.
Go to Reeder's and invest in a
stylish spring hat.
When you make real estate loans
with Ink & Carter you pay Ink &
Carter. You don't have to send the
money east at an extra expense.
Go to Clark Comstock for latest
styles in wall paper, all at bottom
prices. 15
John Reeder of the Chicago store
has a nice fresh stock of groceies.
Wall paper! Wall paper! Stock
larger and prices 25 per cent lower
than ever was seen in W#npeton, at
Miller's Drug and Book Store. 3
Clark Comstock is in the field to
do painting, paper hanging, kalso
mining, etc., at reasonable rates.
Give him.a call. 15
Clark Comstock deals in wall pa
per, and he has a large force of
painters at work constantly. 15
1
Ladies" walking shoos at Hunts.
Ladies' curacoakid shoos lor $2.50,
worth $3.25. Hunt the shoe man.
Best brands of paints, oils, var
nishes, brushes, etc., at IJ. V. Crafts.
Ladies and gents should eall at A.
Miksche's for stylish straw goods. 5
Gents' calf shoes in button, lace,
or elastic sides for $3.00 worth $4.00,
at Hunt's one price shoe store. 12
Ladies' French kid shoes in all
widths, at the lowest living prices,
at Hunt's one price shoe store. 12
Hunt the shoe man has put up a
very pretty window curtain in his
elegant store.
Go to Carter & Bowden for your
blacksmitning near the Henry livery
stable.
John Reeder of the Chicago store
has just received a large invoice of
dry goods, gents furnishings and
notions. Call and inspect. 1
Window poles and fixtures at cost
at D. V. Crafts' paint, and wall pa
per store. 8
James F. Aldcn has money to loan
in sums of five hundred dollars and
upward, on first mortgages of farms
in Richland County, Dakota, at legal
rate of interest, without brokerage,
bonus or commission, to borrowers
who make application in person to
him at the Hyser House, lirecken
l'idgc, Minn., where he may be
found daily from 10 to 12 o'clock
a. in., and from 2 to 4 p. 111. DwlO
BULL FOR SALE.
A thoroughbred shorl-horn bull,
four years of age, for sale, Pedigree
furnished. Inquire of J). E. Rice.14
Creamery Mutter.
Northfield creamery butter at the
Model Market House.
WM. NOKTIIEY, Proprietor.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Notice is liereliy given that the li nil or Charles
M. Greene ami Ernst Hol/luiuer, lining an arte
Kion well business, is dissolved lv inuliial
Consent.
KRN'ST
THE MARKETS.
WAIIPICTON.
Wheat No. l.liard
No.
Oats, letailiii! rates
Kloiir, Pride, $ -jr. IX I.. AO Choice,
Uran, per ton
Shorts, per ton,
Graham, per cwt
Com meal, prr cwt
pork
(We i|iiote seltiiii prices.
wow).
Oak
liasHWOoil
Tamarack
Maple
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Wahpeton, Richland Co., Dakota, Thursday, July^ffi 1887. No. 1%
MOLZIIAUKH.
CIIAS. M. UK KEN 1C.
BOOKKEEPING.
A young man, at liberty evenings,
would like employment, such as
bookkeeping or copying. Apply at
Times office.
Blooded Stock.
1 have two short horn bulls for
sale on my farm near Fuirmount,
one a yearling, the other it three
year-old, registered. Applv at once.
R. II. Dkyoi:.
DON'T LET IT PASS.
Those wishing a fine 18 22
photo of their home while the
foliage is full, leave orders at W. C.
Iloit's gallery over N. W. Bank on
or before July 15. 13.
Head This.
I have left with me for sale, one
new hay rake, two sets of single
harness, one set of dDiihlc harness,
two cross plows, two lumber wagons,
one buggy, four mares an colts and
40 head of cows. All will be sold
cheap for cash or 011 time for good
notes. Call at the City Furniture
store for information. I). E. I'ICI:.
40
vr,
00
1:1 Wl
•j r.o
•j IHI
10
fr.oci
-trio
!i no
Corrected by H. C. lit'l'L'.
See Ink & Carter—Real E ite
Loans.
and
At Cost!
The remainder of those line deco
rated window shaesd we offer at
cost for the next ten days, at D. V.
Crafts' paint and wall paper store. 8
City Orders Called.
Notice is hereby given that on and
after July 25, 1887,
I
will be pre­
pared to pay the following numbered
orders and that interest on same is
stopped from that date, viz. Num
bers
321 343 328 322 279 32!) 324
254 315 342 283 320 333 347
354 353 304 340 370 350 30!)
July 12, 1887. WM. NOUTIIKV,
City Treas.
tye
IM
ilwaukeei
^°§tPAUl
Owns operates nearly 5.50f)mU^ of thor
oughly equipped road in Illinois, Wisconsin,
Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, and Dakota.
It is the Best Direct Route be
tween all principal points in the
Northwest, Southwest and Far West.
For maps, time tables, rates of passage anil
freight, etc., appiy to the nearest station agent
of the Chicaifo, Milwaukee 4 St. Pa ill Railway,
or to any Railroad agent anywhere in the world
K. MILI..KH, A. V. II.
CAKI'KNTKK.
General Manager. Uen'l Pass andTkt. Ant.
J. K. TL'CKEK, GKO. IIHAKFOHI),
Ass't Uen'l Mangr. Asst. Gen. Pass. 4c Tkt.Agt
MII.WAUKKK, WISCONSIN.
Q^-For information in reference to lands ami
H'ns owned by the Chicago, Miiwakee tc St
Paul Railway Company, write to.II. (J. IIAUGAN
Land Commissioner, Milwaukee, Wis
TV,*
W. A. SEELY & Co.,
—Jobbers of—
Lumber, Sasli, Bool's, Mouldings,
Cement and Brick.
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Agents for
St a ula i'c I Oil Company.
GENUINE MARBLEHEAD LIME.
Specialty made of Seeds, (Jrain and Storage, Corn, Oats and Ground Feed
CAR ORDERS SOLICITED. Walipeton, D. T.
t\ II. riNM.v, Pres't.
-(I |{S autl .WKKril,/.!',,
C. B. Plnncy & Co.
Iriinsncl.s :i (iwiicnti |{aiiliii 'itml ('iilleelioti IIIISIHCNS. DVNHTS
ill lli'iil Instate attil all kinds til' SiMMiritios. Money
l.uim on Improved Farms.
Walipeton, Dakota.
The JOHN NELSON
MERCANTILE COMPANY
DUALS IN Al.t, KINDS OF
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
Notions, Gents' Furnishings,
Boots and Shoes, Clothing,
Hats and Caps, Groceries,
Flour, Provisions, etc.
a
K. 11. ('Aitsox, Cashier.
JOHN NELSON, See'y.
BANK OF WAHPETON,
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
Genl Banking Bnia Safety Deposit BOBS to Rent
l-oiinx eta inprovcil Property Ocean I'nisn^t' Tickets nini Insurance.
GENERAL REAL ESTATE BDSIRESS TRANSACTED.
O O iS I O N I 2 N S O I I
R. J. HUGHES,
-DKAI.KR IN-
WALTER A. WOOD'S HARVESTERS,
BINDERS AND MOWERS, AND
MASSELON THRESHERS & ENGINES.
OILS, WINDOW GLASS, IIAIil) AND SOFT COAL, WAGOXS AXD
1UJGGIES, FAlt.M IMl'LUMEXTS, TIIKESIIER SUPPLIES, &C.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
T. W. KKKI.OCG. President. K.C: liOMlll, Teller.
NORTH WESTEN BANK,
WAHPETON, DAKOTA,
DOKS A
General Banking Business
First-class Loans Negotiate'.! on Improved Farms
ithafel
Has flccored ttr
Tubular "Well Co Ik
Right for Dakota
and
Ml..
brecKBnn
mi
0:50..
7:!0..
W. A. WIIITK, CashRl
Minnesota,,
v. ii.
From
AOICNTS FAN
i.eu iitm Steamshi Lines.
M-i.v,
id puts down jtlie Best Tubular
Well known in this country.
H.niliiuartes at
"r.
Wall jH't on, Dakota.
13. C. BERljr,
Has at lh« Nm-theni I'uriflp Depot, Wahpeton,
lako(a,a rmilicu'iit supply of the Famous
COI1D WOOD
KltOM I'NDKlUVOon,
Otlcrtail, County, Minnesota, Always on Hand
Better Quality (linn anywhere else In tlmcltf.
(li tiers lor :ir !n:nl luts promptly attended to
Collie and Kxumim* before Inlying elsewhere.
A A O W E S A E S
Itenictiilier the Place, N. I'. Drpot.
C. liKlMl, W,iti|t!toii, Dak.
Complete Line of
School
Books
And "'WOOL SUPPLIES at Kock
lioltoin Prices at
Henry Miller's
Drug anil ISook Store, Dakota Ave.
between :}d and 4tli Streets,
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
IN
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT
ANTON GILLES & CO'S.
Men's Huff Slices, $1.50
Men's Call" l.oots, 2.011
Cull and ijet prices before buying
elsewhere.
A Larqe Assortment
Of tins Lulosl Styles in Fine tioods
always on hand.
FsU'tfO SoiltlMM'Il.
I*'av? OitonvilK Arrive
A, M. IL:0R»
inir«*villi»
:0K..
U'h -illon ji-.jf,
Wliitcrork
.WahptUm H::r.
Ai«-rrnnnl»Mi s:*^|
riirisN-ue Vvis
...Arr. i». ni. Karj?o l.v
A.m 7:i»u
The Peoples' Line.
FARGO & SOUTHERN R'y
IN'TWPOII
Fargo and Orionville.
I
prepared to handle. Iiolh
FitKKHiT ami
PASSi'".xiKit TaAiTif
Willi l'riinptni*ss
Jiml S:i('*|y.
niionvilli* with the (fhirairo, JMii-
wauk«M- A: SI. P:in! sysl ni. 1 he tc
StmtIHTM thus niaktts anotlier
It A N IV IN
To all KrtsttTti :inl Soutliorn Statu*.
Thf
J'i?o||i.st
Lim: is siijicrii in alj its sijipoiht-
Mienls. stt« ruils. ch^ant tniifli'/s. ami its rsitos
si r«? til ways as low and time sis quick as .ithiT
lines.
Tnnor II PASSICNOKU TKAINS
Daily each \v:iy ln-1 wicn KaiL'o ami St. I'aul
witliciut lniii.'c. i-oniK-i-titiu: at, I'niuii
dcpKl, Si. Caul, willi a)) Past,
ami S.inthern lines.
When yon KAST nr COM l: \\'l:.ST try
I'ar^'u Siaitlii rii.
Trains leave
rai-.v
I'ur .Minneapolis, St. Paul
and intermedial)! .- taliMis. at V::SK a. in. Arrive
at I'ar.'ii I'rnin Si. I'.iui and Minneapolis
at S:I.-, p. ni.
Ticket I'nr sale at all principal xtatiims fur St
I'aill. Minneapolis, Chiea^u ami all eastern ami
SIMirlHTII stsiies.
For t'lii inlVjrtn?:titii :iMrcss
A.
C:AI:I»I:XTI:I{,
lien. Pass. A'^unt, Milwukee, Wis
Wahpeton, Dakota.
George Johnson,
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
Walljietoii, Dakota,
Is I'l-epareil to take Contraets on all Kinds of
Carpenter Work
CAB1NKT WO I IK A SPECIALTY
Sparkling
Mineral Water!
the felehraled
A
beverage.
Mount demons Springs.
A
Table
Water, A Kidney Tonic
A Corrective for Dyspepn". Headache and Con.
»tipatjon. Jicst Mineral Water in the world
See analyst
on
hack
of each »ottie. lTsed in all
lrst-oJa.vs hotels, Mores and res
taurants.
Kxclusaioons,dniif
*ive agents lor the northwest
(JK.YSKK MINKIt U. WATER CO.
Agency at Wahpeton, Dakota, all orders will lie
pi'umplly tilled liv
1'IUS MAYER, Agent.
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