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VOL. &M '•.•••xy'.ti.W jr\ WW NO. 25. Che QSAPHXC is entered at the Post Oftice at, ^ilJUton. N. D.. as second cla3B mail matter. ^PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 5. H. COPEIiAND. AT WILLISTON. N. '4' |:-j0unty"And|tor—JOIIN BRUEGQEB. [COUNTY ir'easurer—P. R. ZATIL. fclork of District Court—FIIANK WILD. bounty Judge-E. LEONIIARDY. Registe rof Deeds—II. E. FIELD. Coroner—E. V. B. ACKERMAN. punt of Schools—MRS. M. A. BEROW. :ounty Surveyor—E, ECXTOR. -...•j.j«nf«A»5—.-» fjounty Direc^pr. I"IA^RIFF I1.KRMAN ROEIIR. C. PAI.MEK. Legal Adviser— N, A. STEWART. HOARD OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—JOHN HEFFERNAN, Chairman. 2i District—E. L. MOORE. 3d District—H. A. NELSON. Direct pry for Town pf "V^illiston. TRUSTEES. CHAS. B. GIBBS, President. JOHN BRUESGEI Jj\ R, Zahl. JitJ-, .iter meetings held first Tuesday of each liontlii FRANK WILD, Clerk. jkibool Board, Special School District of Williston, E. LEONHARDY, President. GEO. W. NEWTON. W. R. MCCHESNEY. JOHN IJEFFERNAN, DOUGLAS BELL. FRANK WILD, Clerk ana Treas. Beligious. services are held every Sunday in the onaresational Church, as follows: Public Worship, 10:30 a.m., and 8 p. i. Christian Endeavor Society, 7 p. in. jruiay School, 3 p. ra. iihjeot for next Sunday morning ['•.hnih im's Oflfering." evening—"Christmas Customs." Cjrae and hear the extra singing Sun 7 nig lit. \oie. We shall do our best to lielp ii mentally, morally and spiritually. •or KEV. GEO. EXTENCE, Pastor. M. E. Chinch: Sunday services at :J0 a. m. Bible Study, 3 00 p. m. enchin^, 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting, mrsdays, 8:00 p. m» our "presence will ba appreciated, lu a hearty welcome will be extended [YOU. "Come thou with us, and jli do thee good." JIEV. H. G. HAKOR^UI:OOK. Pastor THE WEATHER. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, WEATHER BUREAU. CHICAGO, III., Dec. 27, 1895 Korth Dakota: Friday, fair, mer to-day and to-night snow tiur by Saturday fair und colvler by Sat. xy night. N. x,. a/rfi us# E. 13. GARRIOTT, Professor Weather iiureau. A. STEWART, T7s7" "5T 23 IfATE'S ATTORNEY, WILLIAMS CO, Collections promptly attended to. !itou, N D. !LOCAL ROUND-UP. Little Grace Nelson says: ie awful big and fat." 0 •Mv doll .uvnk Pos and John Eell, of th feet Grass region, were in town ves-v jtlfiy.' |jhn Grogan was over from his ranch week, and spent Christmas with his 5nds in Williston. Charley Atkinson, L. E. Booker's ener traveling right-hand bower, wr.s the city this week. N. Grainier, one of Nesson's most -porous nchmen, was in the city lon ilng up with supplies, li. Grogijjb, of McHenry county, has been visiting his son John for a •k or so, returned to his home Tues* !terday lenry Iburi^on, foreman of the N—N [ch in Montana, is in the city visitii'g friends and enjoying his holiday fcition. Has Lylia Leonhardy returned home YaiUi.v Oil last Saturday to spend Ih oiiJays vvita he? parents and friends williston. Organs, $35 upwards. ..... Want Ajrcnts, Catalogue Free, Address Daniel F. Wusbiusto!' New Jersey. iel Munn, wi'O has been in Williston months loing mason work, ex io return to his home at Crookston week. V/. Malopey, formeily of Minot, is resident of Williston. Johnisan Iriend of the Graphic, and we wel hiru to our circle. desire to thank the members of the -jgatiojial church who so kindly sabered me at Christmas. FLORENCE BESSEY. II. McKay, who has been pilot party of hn iters from Larimore 'h" the'"'.Mi^ouri bottoms, w£s in -ty last b„.u,rday enroute to his at x«tBCUii. U.J.i? ••*. rkv*t,'n. WILLISTON, Tlie Graphic has been placed under obligations to Geo. W. Newton for a very acceptable Clirismas present. It was corked up in a glass tube and neatly labeled "Monogram. 10 years old." If you want to see a nice pair of bob sleds, call at Win. I-foss's blacksmith shop. They are strong, durable and light-running sleighs, and anyone wish ing to purchase such articles will find this the golden opportunity. Max Gonion, why has been in the em ploy of Dave Kennedy, a bonanza ranch man of Saco, Mont,, for over a year, and more recently working for George Noble, left for his home at Willow City, N. D., to spend the holidays. "The Pythian Chronicle" is the name of a nev and neatly printed monthly magazine recently started at Grand Forks. It is the state organ of the K. of P. of North Dakota, and a credit to its founder, Bio. W. E, Davis. At the dance given at Odd Fellows' hall Christmas night fifty couples partic ipated, and a grand time was enjoyed by all present. Supper was served by Mrs. F. M. Harvey, and a splendid feast it was, of which 05 people partook, and called it superb. The new Williston school house will he dedicated by a grand hall and suppei on Tuesday night, Dec. Dlst, 1S95. A general invitation is extended to all lov ers of music and amusement. Come everyone and dance the Old Year out ajul the JNew Year in. Tickets, §2. Any person who buys a.§5 coupon book of S. J. Mackvr.sie & Co., will re ceive a piVt-ent of a pair of fine icb skates. The skates are worth nearly as much as the coupon book, but, as Mac kersie & Co. have a surplus of them, t.hM take this method to reduce the stock ii that line. $500, (X BEA I TV'S Organs SSr,.00 For particular "., P.-itnl'-inio, Wt.'.-! liij.Uili. address or call, Daniel 1". lieaUy New Jersey. we 1 On last Friday evening a la r.r. of friends of Mr. antl Mrs. J. S. SmUt.. whose marriage was announced la. week, gathered at the home of Mr, Stroud on Sweet Gruss ranch, and cele brated the occasion with a dance. Wil liston was well represented, and a very pleasant time enjoyed. The Graphic lunch fiend partook o: an elegant Chris mas 'dinner at llote Leonhard.v. No wonder that every body Kpeaks so highly oi this hotel, i'oi no lious-e west of Grand Forks ditihe.-. up its viands in greater profusion or in a more palatable fhape than the popu lar Hotel Leonhardy, ... The personel of the Xickapoo troupe, whioh gave a series of entertainment* in Wi'li-itoa the piiRt week, consisted o: Hie foilovving named u'eniienien: Dr. \Iarlow, manager B. Conrad and C. Burham, comedians and II. C. Munite i'iid G. P. Beers, musicians. They an all enrteous gentlemen, and made main friends during their brief stay in tin city, The entertainment given lastv Monda\ evening at Odl Fellows' hall by th~ Ladies' Aid society of the Congregation church was a grard success. They real ized about £'00, which is not a had "pick up." The ladies desire to return tiic.ii sincere thanks to the public l'or the very liberal patronage bestowed upon that occasion, and for the. kind aul extundeo them in the preparatives, which ren dered it possible for theuf',o accomplish such satisfactory results. Beatty' ll*' «i I T*.v ci $35 umva'i 'St ti life Write- lor cata logue. Address or call', Daniel F. Beatty, Wash ington, New Jersey. At the Ivickapoo entertainment lusl Saturday right a prize was given for the most popular lady in town. The first vote resulted in designating "Miss" Jen nip Brooks, who is a maiden of eolur and mature years, as the most popular lady in the city but a kick was regis tered on the ground that the person is not present, and anew vote was taken, which brought Miss Nellie Wluteomh to the front, and she carried off the honors of the contest by an overwhelming ma jority, The holiday number of1 Colonel Louns beny's beautiful publication/The lvet ord,\viil be sent to any reader of this pa per for five two-cent stamps sent to The Record, Fargo, before January 10. The Christmas number of The Record pre sents an unusually varied and enter tertaining table of contents. The remin iscences and stories of hardships and dangers ana characters of the older, times, the Indian legends, why the braves paint, the cannon ball and Ft it Lincoln medicine mound, the story of Abercrombie, the Address of President Hubbard at the old settler's meeting, the names, place and date of the settle ment of the old settlers, Keeney's "Frontier Minister" and the "Frontier Minister's Story," are among the most interesting features. And then there is "William Gidley's Sorrow," '*Sir Walter Scott's Pluck," "A Noted Epitaph, "Nav igation on the Red River," etc. y\(£* "4» *-vi^ *W» W* Prof. H. C. Simmons, president of the! Fargo College, founded by the Congre gational churches of North Dakota, is in the city the guest of Rev. Geo. ExtenceJ Mr. Simmons gives an encouraging re'| port of the progress Mi.ss Birdie Stewart) a student from this city, is making in her studies, which will be highly grati fying to both her parents and her many young friends in Williston, Ho also re ports the college in a prosperous condi tion, with a large and satisfactory at tendance. Notwithstanding that he is a married man, John Heffernan had the pleasure Wednesday of being engaged to take a sleighing party out to Stoney Creek school district for a Christmas call on Miss Belle Matteson. The party con sisted of Misses Lydia, Clara, Effie and Bella Leonhardy, and Master Ralph Leonhardy, Miss Anna Scott and Miss Minnie Crimme, the partv being accom.^ panied by Charley Quinn, who officiated as guide. They had a jolly time, so they say. The children enjoyed a huge time at the Christmas Tree entertainment. Tues day evening, and nearly everybody got a present. Old S-anta Claus was present, and gave the little ones a merry wel come. McGinty was also there dressed in lii.s best suit of clothes, and quietly remarked to a Graphic reporter that he thought Williston \y: 3 a much better place to be at than in the bottom of the sea. Much credit is due the ladies for their management on that occasion. J. V7. Maloney, who is pressing hay f.r Hedderich Bros., broke the tighten er to his press the other day, which ac cident brought John down to Williston the "double quick." He brought the fractured pieces down with him, and .•tad the."thing" mended at Ross' Mack smith shop. It was a job few black smiths would care to tackle, but "Oiu Bill" took it in hand and showed the •'|V3 how to do it, and after four or live :nr'-* hard pounding the work was ac c-ittiplisHed. Mr. Maloney was veiy .iiich pleased with it, and positively ivers tiiat there is no work iu the black smithing line which "Bill" Ross cannot do. We knew that afore, John. /'s Pianos tiloRue address or call, Daniel F. Bcattv, Wash in^ion, New Jersey. NES-ON, Dec. 21, 1895. fenderfoot Camp on Missouri Bottom. The following named gentlemen com prised a party who have been hunting in this vicinity for the past, two weeks, under the guidance oi George McKay. John Piier, of Larimore Farm. O. H. Philips, Mayor of Larimore. H. Champion, Blacksmith, Larimore. lioy Cochran, Druggist, of Larimore. James Larimore, Elk River Farm. II. A. Morgan, Drayman, of Larimore. Dan W. McKay, of Tower City, (broth er of Geo. and John A. McKay.) Harry Ernest, Tower City. John A. McKay, Ranchman, Nesson. George H. McKay, Ranchman, Nelson They killed during the hunt Go deers and other small game too numerous to mention. BUCKSKLX GEORU.E. The undersigned rsspectfully announ ces to the people of Williston that she has insi es iabli •hed herself iu the Bakery Diisiness iu the building lately occupie Uv Mrs. P. H. Russell sis a restaurant, the kevs and will keep CONSTANTLY ON A N 1 FOR SALE everytldr.g in the line of Bread. Pies, Cakes, Doughnuts, Boiied i. 1 iii, etc. Bread, IS Loaves for SI 00 Mb ce Pies (homemade mince) 30c Other-Pies (except Lemon) 20c Cakes, prices regulated accord ing to kind and size. Sandwich ami Coffee 15c Short Order Lunches prepared on ap plication. Mrs. F. M. HARVEY. Williston, N. D., Nov. 7, 1895. BIDS WANTED. Sealed bids 'or wentv-fi'-'e (25) cords D«ted, Williston, N. £)., Dec. 11, 1S95. $ 10.00 Reward. Strayed from Cando, N. D., Septem ber 10: Two iron gray horses and one black mare, four years old, all branded h-tleis A on left shoulder also one bay mere left, with leather titer on, branded on left hind le*, six years old. Any inioi m^'ion leading to their iI'cr.very wiil ln» rewarded. Address: J. 11. PaiS"OS, Cando, N. D. @13 it 11* »«*.•* of drv eotton-wood, or ash wood, for the t'rom Mobile to Pen col a. The inside -Special School District of the Town Williston, N. D., will be received at the waterways separated ivom the open otlice ot the clerk oi said Special School gulf by narro-.v banks of sand. A man District, at illiston, N. I)., until Janu- I arv 1st, 1S96, ai 2 clock p. m. of said pa .,,re pv canal to give deen day, at which time and pace said bios will tie opened. 1 tie cotton-wood must ,T be th'Tougtilv dry no dead wood ac\' "se.u cepted. ^little Iiffhthoune t- a.d nr v: una By order of Board of Education FRANK WILD. Clerk. wsmn?" "Vi —.Y-I"- .Ai NTIU—' T-' AWoswrn V.'lioionuio ttc.-.se lias lvccutty add«d fi.' it# rtffulur basUi^ss a 6|K-ciai TUla I1H:I department which «-!I3 roouir» services oi oi:n\.,K- ir. •. IMJI-S Hy menial. There came to Hudson, and took a fair maid, A youth from Dakota, and left the other']?1"" fellows in the shade. He led her to the altar, and straightway he went, But, my dear Joe, you had my consent. When hunters go a hunting, they go for the game, And Joe went a hunting, and he got the same 'Mrs. Poe, butcher a chicken and put in the pot, [For Joe is a coming on a wolf trot. life is standing on the bank with his I bride by his side, "*"Frank, hurrv up with the boat before it's high tide." rith hat in hand lie says: "Ain't I done nivself proud? Irs. Poe, please make the acquaintance" of Mrs. Stroud." lie old man is coining, groom down the Clay bank r&ive him plenty of blue grass, I. fear, he island Please bring him out and put on the saddle, With my sombrero on my brow I will prepare him to straddle. With spurs on his heels and quirt in right hand, He is prepared the cow-punchers to com mand We will go forth with our lassos in coil, Prepared the arch dev—wolves' depre dations to foil. When I return from the chase, oh! shan't I feel proud, To get on my knee some darling young Stroud? I believe lie is sick, the way he runs at the nose. But it may be there are pins i:i his dear iittle ciothes. It was a prize Joe was after, and he got the girl, She is a gem of the first water she is a pear! Now, Joe is a dandy, for he has gained the day, Ii honed t.hev will 1). I live, th- i* imped they will b' mandmer.ts to obey. my aear J\ I I "M up sweet- 0. and alter .ho uio 1 e.iiee of he: j'ivals the piano. li! CO lackadaisic ... .ii :ie m. .:io :a M.C she ciiarms her a/1 liuv oi, audiciice by hev ihurors over sinking sciily "some dear old son j"' or other. Ah, that is very clever girl! It was dnri:! 1 were introduced I. adopted throe passing or join emblazoned on Eng-land. A Crimson Water-Way. One curiosity of coastwise naviga tion in the Gull of Mexico used to be Grant's passage on the inside route of voyage is made by crooked way of naine^ W&hen eharffed toll upon all throngli. The passage iiJfcortance lo"nM.ti,»J m&kea no ui-. :idins^ v«-oin'u"»'.,s c-t exorciu fr daries, out juTsliin^ai ii rcl'si^U vv jii3i.nts wri ct j. furnish s-itksVcujr itlcrei^-ca-W to n-afc««vorUiIu^f -will bo illiora^lv nafd :»i rr-.'jorti.jn tuo 'vM th"( d» u»istr(iu. Our reQuiiwa.-iisa wtilm^ ncces-..tj pitcrfarc vnth in 'nti ii limync, %. 'i»i Sti3S S&»CSICISOi mil »4 ti v" atiA lan WILLIAMS COUNTY, NOfiTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1895 Price, 82 per I h.-uo to kuod C-•: V.-0 go is hoped you have u i:inioii in our friend We will submit to Providence, and forward for the best, For our old friends here will soon be at rest. A. J. M. Bv the subscriber, at my ranch., four ster^, Two branded with diamond brand on left side, one branded on lelt side, and one branded S FO, (with bar running through certer of O) and on rjgiit shoulder. The owner is requested to prove properly, pay charges iind take them axvav. 1 loo' Taken 'Up J. W. WATTS. Williston, N. IJ., Dec. IS, 1895. Very Clover Girl. A young woman with a pretty little voice, but with no ^real possibilities in her sinirkis, has laid out a course foi (i herself which is so that ii. ititty well be worth r.otir? devotes hersolf ontinOy to somjs. most of the in the old o: Bui "us or Gcol't. ow, except the severest nuisicul crkie f.hrewd every ]i •rier. hom ri: ..i"'-" she could not hope -IO case, is se. itiment ii that seai'm the ear. 7 iie sin ('V enomrh to '.VS'.'ileW "Comiii' Ti ivu il:-: quest," v.ii .m licr coi added char of ti li to 1 a !'1 Crusades, he crusades that crests in England. Richard Pons pnssant—that is. by. Avhieli are still the royal shield of Grant straightened apart of neeo-SA-\r the wide dclour A se„ up a v::'.s during the peinHl no. ih. and s-mth were ii rhtieg fl:. sea :j'... "is" El.i Tender Htw:. L-i'c the sickaes.- oi iie I cza:*1 Russia too^c a, turn f-t^. worse. Miss Strutton, his forir-.- r e^hess, died in the winter pal a -e at bt. Petersburg. Miss Struston, wh.o wr.s English woman, loved Ale.".:" ier ^Romanoff asdenrly as though Le liad 'been her son. The emperor and his two brothers attended the funeral, follow ing, the hearse on foot from the palace to tho ..English cemiMevy. almost two uiilcs afcrt. II:ii majesty and the two gran-i dxikos had carried the eotilnfroaa the tl eathreotn to the hearse. When the body was lowered into the grave the czar, it is said, wept like a child. CITY MEAT MARKET Price List. Beef Stew 5c per lb. Mutton Stew 5c Beef Roast 8c (nothing under 5 lb roasts at 8e per ib.) Extra Choice Rib Roast 10c Leg o'Muttori 9c Mutton Roasts 9c Mutto: -Chops 10c Good Beef Steak 8c Round Steak (51b. lots) 10c Sirloin Steak, 124c Porter-House Steak 15c Hamburg Steak, to order I2ic E Ham '. 14c Sliced Ham, choice trimmed...^0c E a Sliced Uncoil Salt Pork, in brine Fresh Pork Pork Roasts Pork Chops... Pork Sausage, linked.. Pork Sausage, loose.... Wiener-Wurst, Bofogna Sa\is*tge...! 0:t Heart Kidneys, each Iceland Halibut, smoked... Full Cream Cheese Fresh Oysters Fresh Oysters, bulk 12-k: 15c 1.0c 10c 12£c '.15c loir 12Su 12^ 10c 5c 5c ..20c ..15c 45c pr can ...,g 00c per qt Fresh butter always on hand. "Economy leads to wealth." Buy a coupon iiook and save 5 per cent on theee prices. To the average famiiv this means a saving of not Jess than §10 per year. S. J, MACTCERSIE & CO., Cor. Main and Second Xts., Williston, N. D. Pianos, $225 up- 6 wards. Want Agents. Cr.t- 1 ulo,Tue Free. Address Daniel 1". Beatty, Washington, New Jersey. Eeatty's Organs and Pianos. Hon. Daniel F. Beatty, of Washington, New Jersey, the great Organ and Piano manufacturer, is building and shipping more Organs and Pianos than ever. In 1870 Mr. Beatty left home a pennilens plow boy, and by his indomit able will he has worked his way up so as to sell so far, nearly 100.000 of Beatty's Organs and Pianos since 1S70. Nothing •ems to dishearten him obstacles laid in his way, that would have wrecked an ordinary man forever, he turns to an advertisement and comes out of it bright er than ever. His instruments, as is well known, are very popular and are to be found in all parts of the world. We are informed that during the next ten years he intends to sell 200,000 more of his make that means a business of $20,000. 000, if we average them at 5100.00 each. It is already the. largest business of the in existence. Daniel F. Beatty, Jersev, for catalogue of Vv"ri:e or call upon Washington, New Scientific American CAVEATS MARKS QQPIfftaCHTS, etc. For information and free Handbook writs to MUNN & CO.. IJ1 BEOADWAY, Kr.w YORK. Oldest bureau roi- Beeuriug patents in America. Every patent taken cut by us i3 brought bclora ilie publlo by a netiie given free of charge in taa Largest circulnUo-n of any scientific paper In tbo vrorld. Splen-iidiv illustrated. No intoliipenl mau should be withoui it. Weekly, gsS.OOa year gl.50 six months. Address, MtMN & CO,, PUBLISHEES, S61 .Broadway, 2ew Yorii City, WEBSTER'S INTERNA TIONAL of Snnc* DICTION AH Abreast th A Grand Educator. 1 1 Successor of the "Unabridged Everybody should own this Dictionary. It an swers all questions concerning the his tory, spelling, pro nunciation, and meaning of words. Rcc-ommetided by Every State Superintendent ot Schools Now in OJSoe. sarins of three cents per day AGOITI clasp, tlctnrcs, sent for ot the shovp -.isi', Fj?37SEB 8TTI.ES: Oi ronhec A SeM: I'bWlHiutU, ,•••:••' -»3iSii&:iJ' -to'--. •. .V./' WILLIAMS COUNTY. A Brief Description of Its G-real Inducements to Settlers. WILLIAMS COUNTY is the extreme Northwest county of the State of North Dakota, with the Missouri River forming its southern boundary, and it has a river frontage of about 250 "miles. Ttie County covers an area of nearly 4,500 square miles, and embraces about '3,000,00^ acres of excellent farming and grazing lands. About one-half of the County ie underlaid with a superior quality of Lignite Coal, which is found in etratas varying from three feet to twenty feet in thickness. There are also numerous beds of sulphur of extra fine quality." The soil is rich and durable, and by rea son of the peculiar formation of the sur face of the country, irrigation is rendered both practicable and cheap. Cereals of all kinds and vegetables flourish here ii} abundance, 8ml id ways pay the producer, a handsome margjn for his labor, As a stock-raising country Williams County is equal to any other region ill Hie western states. Hay and shelter ere fo.md in abundance along the Missouri river and the small streams running through the interior of the county. Williams Count]/ offers the most ad vantageous inducements to settlers by its famous stock-raising ranges, and its own cheap fuel in wood and coal. The winters are mild, and all classes of stock graze out on the ranges nearly theentir^ season through, requiring but very little extra feeding. All kinds of building material and excellent clay for brick making can be found in many localities throughout the county. Financially, Williams County 3s abso lutely out of debt, there being not $ dollar ot bonded indebtedness, nor any outstanding warrants, as shown by the official statement of the County Auditoi: and Treasurer on Julv 1st, 1895. WILLISTON, the County Seat of WiL hams County, is beautifully located oq the Great Northern Railroad, with the Missouri River washing its southern limits, and situated only twenty miles from Fort Buford. illiston has two hotels, six stores, two, saw mills, a first-class blacksmith and wagon shop, two meat markets, ono newspaper and job printing office, four restaurants, two dress-making shops, a carpenter's shop, two brick yards, a bar-r tier-shop, two churches, a school housel a court bouse and jail, two billiard halisj and four sample rooms. It is the freight division of the Great Northern Railroad, with its roundhouse and siiops located iiere. In fact, the volume of business transacted here wiil compare favorably with any town of its size in the northwest. Notice. Tbft Big Sitting Lodge of White Earth, vili hold its nest regular meeting for the initiation r.e*v members, under different circumstance* ti-.i-.ii"*.be rules htsr. totore observe-i. on uvsm b'-.-r Ji, !Sj5. All regular members are requested to be pres"i at that time, or be subject to a line of not l«ss than §15 nor more than S3. Dated Auy 1, Igiio. Sec. 3. S, L. WM. SNYDER, r^ssr^ A Library in Itself. It also gives the often de- __ sired information concerning eminent persons facts concem iug the couutries, cities, towns, and nat ural features of the globe particulars con cerning noted fictitious persons and places translation of fonslfra quotations. It ia in valuable in the home, office, study, and schoolroom. The One Great Standard Authority. Hon. D. J. ttr«vrsr.. Justice of V. S. Suprema Court, \mteg t1r« Ttitcrnation.il lilctionary the perfection of (si-tipnaries. I commend It to all as tlia one great standard Ruthority." for a will proride more than enough rnonsy j.tirehase a copy of tl'.o Intarnatioc&l. you afford to be without it? re your Bookseller shove it to you. C. 3ferriam Co. Publisiisr*, SpriruiUM. Mass. WEBSim •«pn^SfPv .S^ 1 INTERXffiCNAL ..lis. Vdscikmht, ,i 4^*sendforfm«xosp»Ptus .-oii'.Mni'iset.vctMjenpnga*, A illustration*, eta. can make f«,M pe. Day profit selling cy I ALBUMS- W© befct tf World trr low prices. BCD PXftjsn PHOTOGRAPH ALBtri. Km"oo««ed padded sides, gold edg«s, oxtea holding SS pagts ot (Siblnet and Oi pletnrcs, sent for ?l.oo, retails for (3JS "connd a... J*p»nse?p Morocco. Illnptratwi circulars FREJ?" son i^ALBUMS 7, $ 4 JfARLORS. lits. Confectionery, Tobacco and Cigars.. De'clous Trmpierance Drinks alvjays "i^s &M on ORGANS AND FXANOS, For Catalogues, Address DANIEL F. BEATTY, iap. News i-tand supplied with tho iatiit. Mali: Street, Williston, S. D. Washington, Xew Jersey^ House, Sign 1 Carriage tP ?aper-Hanging, Calsoming, Frescoing, Glazing^ Eto, Williston, N. D. P. G-. Falardeau, ATTORNEY AT LAW. DEVILS LAKE, N. D. Legitimate Legal Business a Specialty. TOWNER MERCHANTS BANK. Gfeneral Banking Ban in ess Transacted. Sight Lienansc© Bought And sold. 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