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rMg®» Medi?inei, I'Dtry A, FOR H, paints, 0il®, Glaf», I'k'n: Tollot AUtclcs, seeds, Sic., A lit Ills'store ...1 ultT MOCK- 1 Notary Public. Real Estate aafi jLoitg Amenta. Wesifiiigtoil Spring^'D??. -iraetin?, ewveyanchi'g, qoiiections and all I ami land Cosiness attemltyl to. K'- v- i*'1 HfCKETT. 1 1 Eitrltf, fout and Law Ogoe. at .».•• ... s'Ydf- Mate Aught anl So$. ^ftoney loaned on Ue^ mfttovnA Chattel Security 1 .. i' i». ?.• l«. .*•. tice before U. S. tl^nd OfKple anil ill Courts "kola. Wessto^pn Springs, P!T. •••.M'•".*• H, OMIS S. CUUL, i#p%NEY 4TI*4^, kinton/ 0 K'?, *1*?'. pajtota. k. uincw before the-Uijited States Land Office mptlyattpnjfid.to.- ,, w. MCDONALD, croer *t «*4 Notary Public. 1 "1 Wessiniftfcfi' Serines, Dako&.'*''itol jivr/aiicing'promptly and carefully attend- Will pracfiqeln all tlta Te--1^-'-' eetimiVrl'iuljjted as soon $&ui RS. NETTIE C. HALL, M. D., 0ENS^||RACiiTIOIIE^, essingtari Springs', ttakota. County Surveyor, Wesslngton Springs* Jerauld Co,, D. T. Office at Court House. EORCE CILBpRT, Praofioal Briolt AND Stone EAL §ATE*AII V1 esldence on section Eight, Town 107-6-2. U, TURNER, I*. D., nl« teOi Surgepn, ax4 Aococvheur. -i^'k .11 A Wesslngton Springs, Dakota. 20 ai liail.ten. gmts euierifncdi.. Can bp found sectlqt} go.itow# ia%^«v,until furttter notice. •ik. t» iT..v• »•,. ii:, J. WA^ACE, HMOQ, Plastering a specialty. Estimates Furnished. Waterbury, Dakota. Orders left at the W, S. HBBALD Offlce WH re ive prompt attention. •. .. court AMKIIjTQN HOUSE, C. Granger, Proprietor. Planklnton, Auro Jimty .r iUi' ASHBURNj & CURREY, iljS, LAKD" AND" REAL ESTATE, ^OAKS JfEQQ'nATEO.' ,i -.f" 4A. Cl-. 'ppcial Attention Given to all Business before Uiiitcd States Laud Office. i- ITCHEI.L,,, DAKOTA. W. *}kb, 4tf«ni«i at I«li Ifotary Pn1iUo« -AND- AGENT. laims bought and sold on commission. 1 kiuds of Improygnients on farms procured done for claimants also, work secure^ for trusty' Residence on section 22, Town lfls—C5. P. O. Ureas,Elmer,Dakd^ar- '•1'—• l-J s. BEELS, CONTRACTOR ABl BUILDER. Miniates furnished on all kinds of buildings, I'ltuling bridges Satisfaction guarjiiit4ed. 'fssiiigton Springs, (Elmec P. O.,} D. T. 2-4 RAKE a MAC6E. ttqraeya and Cqanse^pr* at Law, and Xnauranoa Heal JJ.itate and Collections a specialty. Bus- (ss befofe the Land Office, anfT Territoflal wirts' (ffomptly attended to. Wessii^on HAS. Mf. KUCLER, Aaotiai^eev, ^'KSSIXGTQN SPJUNQ8, DAKOTA TEfl. Will attend all sales in Jerauld and adjoining "Unties. All business and promjrty inttl)S(eu fuy cure will receiv£ prRniJrt UHentjoh. J. M. X*EVAKI8 IB CQM RK.\LEI(3 FLM umber, lime 1 Goal 1 Woonsoeket yard, next the railroad on south side of section line. -'8 I EVAKB, T. D. KAKOUSK, W. MI DQDGS. 8TEI A ROCK, ESTATE ADD LOAN AGENTS. Chattels and Real Estate a specialty vf «"d and.Sanborn county lands bought and •u oil eoitltllissioil. States Land Office Business and Con •Taiioitiii attended to. '*rf«i3UckKT, bAKOTA, & W. HI. WATHIA?, W|. p. *. ,y .WBS8IKGT0N 'SPRUES. ^.riiHfons tiutrcfttiay ^eompounded.. filters i'.^f6i'.ul services, aiur vill attend cUUs, ,'iiigiit'' 2-2 ?'ii" S?.llace' L. O. Wilson R. V. Hiiitard,.. 1). t.RoyiSr, A.B. Smaft., 5 Hi M&lhjier H. t. Piaher XoDO^AI4). WESSIffGTQN SPRINGS/ I. BATEMA N c. W. of the University of Pennsylvania—, V,f lias opened U!a stock of fresh ^toOONALb Editors and PubUn'l:i r|. OryfClAL PAPER OP JEltAIJI Dt!OyIfTY TERMS :-$2,OQ PER TtEAH IN- ADVAifCE. -eteMflmatter!^-0 atEImer'D'T-as Connty Ofloers. T. J& a ........ Register cf Deeds. Clerk of Court. (treasurer. si .Sheriff. Judge of Probate. Surveyor. Assessor. Sup't Ot Schools. poroner. VComif.'s'aioners, TEMPERANCE. W. o. T. U. i.0!li^Iu,l\n'? devoted to the interests ofand SHsaawBS"» EDITED BY MKS. E. V. MILKS. '"'"I'll "i r, "For right is right-since God is Andrifehtthe (iaywill win.j. To douht would be disloyalty iwU) i. To fijter would too sin." The choler^ scare and tli.e attendant admonitions tO'temperanpe are' having effett itt Paris:' A diminpjfcion of fifty per dentJitt the arrests for drunkenness on a recent oatibnal holiday is'given in proof alsb ibhb fact that on the 12th of July ithe arieata were-feduced to a smaller numfeer than has1 been known since'thfe pqltcd regulation' conce'rning drunkenness have been ifj foTce.—Un ionSlghW iV The \5ris9 Physician's Attitude Toward iAlcohpl. t)r, A. p. II. M. Murtry:—In drink ing alcbhol men drink poison, and the pleasure is at the expense of injured tissue' and altered function, 'which would be permanent but for'the boiiy's power of repair. !A.lcohol retards di gestion, paralyses th'e'zierves controlling circulation, di^iibisbes the im^oi^ation of oxygen into tii'e body and th^ expor tation^ carbonic acid fr6hi it lowers the temperature?,'c&uijfes "bongestion of impbrj^t?ttgintf fatigues'1 th:« heart, inju^fek'tne''ietVe cells, c'6nfuses the in tellect, stimulates tlie baser passions, disturbs muscular movement, wastes vital force, does not nourish, lessens the body's resistance to colt}, produces many chronic diseases, and even affects a man's offspring." li Vhat shoiijd be the wjs.8 physician's attitude jioward an agent'so destruct ive'^ lie Should ii6t drihk it himself, for it Vill act as injuriously on him as on cither men His responsibility to his patients requires hint to keep his meilt'al vision iindimmleii his judgment true, &is caution watchfijj, ii's sympa thies warm, and hand steady, which he cannot fully do 'if tie drink3. lie should consider the habits and weaknesses of his patients before prescribing alcohol which be should do as seldom as possi ble. The results of treatment in the Jion doQ temperance hospital and ejsewhere, proves that disease can be sucpessfully treated without alcohol, a fact which the prescribers of it were bound to ex plain. It is Rot fair to attribute a pa tient's death to the withholding of al cohol and not blame it when it has been given. During the last fifteen years I have seldom ordered it or seen good re sultg from i^Q iige. Jf used at all it shpuld be used \yith ^tie same care and in the same ^vay as o^her powerful rem edies, and not left to thej dispretion of untrained persons. What attitude does duty Jjg his coun try prijmpt fhp wise physipian to as sume toward alcohol lie find? it sap ping £he vigor of the nation, filling hos pitals with the diseased, asylums with the insane, ap4 causing oyer J20.000 premature deaths ^n^ually in the Unit ed kingdom. lie fijids parliamept so indifferent tp t^is destruction of jlife as to license 12,000 pl^pes for the sale of th^ Which pftusp§ it. The British ^ledical Assppiation could repder a greater service to humanity than to teach Qur legislators the madness and crimipality of flooding the country with the greatest kppwn destroyer of the health of the comuiunjty. The xnedical journals cannot use their Rftgep better than for telling our rulers that to poison a nation's water bread is not greater insanity than to tempt the nation with a poisonous drink, and that alcoholic liquors are killing the people as surely and with as much blood guiltiness on the part of those responsible as if instead of con taining alcohol, they were impregnated with arsenic or the deadly germs of cholera. The medical profession should not remain silent or inactive in the presence of this tremendous curse.— Union Signal. Every member of the Pioneer Union is requested to be present at our next regular meeting, Wednesday, 24th inst., as important work is under contempla tioii. Don't think some one else can take your place. asTejnpSraacfl workers-heartily oin hanrle and Byropathize with all temperance workers. The "W. C, T./U. is extending its work to other conti nents and'lslands. A little note from the Bahama Islands reads thus: The Good Templars,of the Bahama Islands invoked the aid of the queen to prevent the passage of a bill by the legislature of Bahama Ao override the lccai 'tption act of the people, and open aif ablic bar. The queen grated th'eij ,re2.ui^t and no license remains the law o^the land. Grain Inspection. At a meeting of the libard of Grain Inspectors for Dalcotal held on'the 22d day of August,' 1384 tt'eiollowing rules governing the inspectien grain in the Territory of Dakota fs? the crop of 1884 were adopted! In accordance with the statute im posing the duty of fixing the yearly grades of grain for ciid Territory upon said Board, the rules given below be come the later and should be observed by alt grain .buyers'v/ith in the Territo ry. ,:!r EXRING VIIEAT. No. 1 hard spring isheat shall be com posed mostly of1 the hard varieties of Spring wheal!, which must be sound, dry, well clefeined, and weigh not leSs than &3' pbU&ds to 'the measured bugh- el. Vi 'i No. hard spring wheat shall be com posed faintly of the hard varieties of Spring Wll^at, which must be sound, dry and reasonably clean, and weigh less jchan SG pounds to the measured bushel: No. Dakota must be sound, pljiimp, dry Spring" wheat, weighing not -d'ess than 58 pounds to the measured bushel, and to contain not less than 25 per cfnt, of hard wh,erat. No'.'2 Dakota must be sound, dry, reasonably plump and reasonably cl^an Spring wheat weighing not less th'i^n 50 pounds to the measured bushel, an\l contain not leas than 25 per cept. 'of hard \vjjeat. Nc. 1 Spring wheat must be sound, dry and well cleaned Spring wheat, weighing not less than 58 pounds to the measured bushel. No. 5 Spring ^h'6'at must l^e sound, dry, reasonably qlean, and weigh' hot less than 56 pounds to t^''measured bushel. 11 fi No. 3 Spring wheat shall comprise all wheat fit for warehousing, not good enough for No. 2, weighing'not less than 54 pounds to the measured bushel, Rejected Spring whe^J shall comprise all wheat' fit for1 warehousing, but too low in height or otherwise unfit 'for No. 3. Note A. All wheat that is Jn a heat ing condition, or too damp itp'"be"con sidered safe for warehousing, or that has any considerable admixture of for eign grain or seeds, or is badly bin burnt, whatever grade ii might" other wise be, is pronounced "Condemned." Rice wheat will in no .case be inspect ed higher than rejected. "Wheat containing any mixture, how ever light, of Rice \yheat, (sometimes termed "Goose wheat,or "California") is liable to "grade rejected, however high it might otherwise grade. Note ii,' 'No arbitrary'rule of dock age shall prevail, npr sbalj clean wheat be docked at all', \7heat not cleaned, otherwise fit for any' particular grade, may lie docked the proper amount to bring it to grade, but the proper grade must in all cases bejjiven whep docked for that purpose. Note C. The tyest authorities agree that the variety known &s Scotch Fife wheat, includes the Saskatchewan Fife. NoteD. The grades named No. 1 and No. 2—Dakota—correspond with grades established' at Duluth and Min neapolis, kno^'ji as No. 1 and No. 2 Northern. CORN. No. 1 to be sound, phfipp, and well cleaned White and Yeliow.' No. 2 to be dry, reasonably clean, Jjut not plump enopgh for No. 1. Rejected—all damp, dirty, and other wise badly damaged. White corn—to be white, and in all other respects same as No. 1. Yellow corn—to be yellow, and in all other respects same as No. 1. High mixed corn shall be three-quar ters Yejlow, and equal to No. 2 in con dition and quality. OATS. No. 1 white oats shall be white, clean and bright, apd weigh not less than 32 pounds to the measured bushel. No. 2 white pats must be nearly white, reasonably clean and weigh not Jess than 29 pounds tp the measured bushel. No. 8 white oats shall be mainly white, and not equal to No. 2 white in other'respects. No. mixed oats shall include light and,dark mixed, reasonably clean, rea sonably free from other grains, and weigh not less than 29 pounds to the measured bushel, No. 3 oats—all merchantable oats un fit for No. 2 shall be graded No. 3. Rejected—all damp, unsound, dirty or from any cause unfit for No. 3. R. E. FLEMING, Ch'm. Attest: I. E. WEST. T. C. PAXTON, JOHN FADDKN. Secretary. "Sleepless people—and there are many in America—should court the sun. The veryjworst soporific is laudanum, and the very best is sunshine. Therefore it is very plain that the poor sleepers should pass as many hours of the day in the sunshine and as few in the shade as possible." 'The PohtieafDntyof the Farmer.— In view of the fact that there .are very few individuals who care to advo cate very strongly the rights of the farmer (when moneyed institutions frown on them) to be: found amongst theraijksof the*regular-political or ganizations, it behooVes the farmers of tiiis Territory, in the coming- ?&1 elec tions-^ ty, county and Territorial— to vote first,'last'and all the timfe for the men whd'^trS "pledged to advance the interefets of' the agriculturist/ !'l)f what avail to th^n a rank Republican or Democratic partisan. He is of tip use tothefarmer.i -Bring forward thdse men whose interests are identical with the interests of thfe farmer who 3'irfier when he suffers prosper'when hejgros pers fed a"re as keenly aJive to his in teresteigs her himself Gaa'be/ 'i^to pan derer to-corporatiohs should be put for- insist On- a thorongh cptsideration of the rights—just rightsi-^bf .:the:farmer ouglit to recede the votes of tlie'farm er. !Do not lie led a% ttffe sbpKis triea of oUj-tongued^pqliticiaas, who whine aroifcd you faliJhe effoft. to get your vote.- Do npt bfe misled1 by any body You have the records of- the can-: didates, examine them and tlten vote Uke aman, not like kn ok, having to be. led't^ith'epdiiby-JpaftiSahs.' Vote as attest slid telling as the bullets sped ffolia bhe':iiVouths of the eloquent rifles yetii- fofofathers held at Bunker Hill, audlelj ihe air of the country be reso nant .with the declaration, Tyranny apd Oppression are twin fields that cannot, shall not flourish in Dakota.—Dakota Farmer. •, 1 Stray Law. "No one shall take up an estray of' the hbtsteluhd, mule, ass, te fi, battle, sheep?, h.og or goat,- unless in the county in whiehr he cr she1 besides, except in the uniiihabi'ted portion of the territo ry, at "a distance of'rtfen mil.es or more from any habitatiqn, ilor between the first of October and the first bf April, unless actually trespassing. Mijs.tgiye: notice by posting in three public places in said county, or if there is a newspa per published in saiid ^county, by pub lishing three times in said paper. If the stray is not called for' within three weeks after Such posting or advertising, the finder shall gp before a justice of the pieace within Sfcfre county i!nd make affidavit ti'.ttiiB fac,t of finding," marks and advertising, upon Whiefrth'e justice shall appoint three Appraisers who! shall appraise said animal or animals, and repbrt to him' setting forth value, marks, etc. The justice shall thereupon advertise as before provided in the case of the finder. In case an owner appears he shall pay all costs and reasonable charges, and if the owner and finder cannot agree, the justice shall assess the same which shall be final. If the stray is not claimed within a year, and is not of the apprtised value of piore than fifty dollars, it' shall become .the property of the finder. If worth more than fifty dollars, a justice of the peace, of the county, shall advertise as provid ed, giving a description of the animal or animals tp be sold, and naming a day for sale, ajid when sold shall pay from the proceeds all costs, including the reasonable charges for keeping, and cover the balance into the county treas ury, thereto be kept separate for six months, after which, if not called for by owner of strays, to be passed to the school fund." A practical farmer said the pther day that he was stackipg all the straw from" his large grain fields in slpugh3, there decompose and become a valuable fer tijizer. lie said "This Dakqta soil is all right, but it is not infallible. The farmer who fertilizes will be the suc cessful farmer pf the future." There is an entire leptpre in this remark.— Jamestown Capital. Dakota Farmer:—Mr. Ii. Mosher, of Wolsey, has this spring secured Jhe fol lowing results from fiye turkeys and a turkey gpbbler: Turkeys hatched, 125 now in process of hatching, 20 eggs gave to neighbors, three settings. This, it seems to ifs, is a remarkable showing for so small a ppek. Can any of our readers beat the record Awhile boring a well in the rear of the Howard House, on Monday, a strange sound was heard proceeding "from its depths, which was followed by a pedul lar sensation tp the workman at the Liottom. The well had been dug to a depth bf 75 feet, and at the time they were boring an additional ten teet, when the auger tapped the gas reser voir, The workman was hauled out and a lighted paper thrown in. In stantly the bottom of the well was one mass of flames, which was followed by an explosion felt throughout the town. In a few minutes a crowd has gathered and a second experiment was determin ed upon, which rendered a still greater detonation, and sent the flames twenty feet above the ground. As several of the boys at work there are prided them selves on elegant mustaches, it was deemed advisable to stop work rather than-have them singed. A few pails of water were poured in, which is now in a buobling and excited condition, as if tophet were just beneath. Evident ly there is a reservoir a few feet further down, which once reached would deter mine the mystery and perhaps find water.—Frankfort Advocate. •—rr--rr.r^-rrtrr: Jerauld Co. Bank OF ALBERT, BATEMAN 4 ^\VESSn?G|OH Jp. jp. C. Vi, JH^KOHA^p., £4»HICR. -tVi •. A— Cental Banking dusiness. Jloney Loaded" on Real Estate and Chattel*/ -i Collections receive special attention. Interest alio wed' on tiitie deposits'. Exchange Bought-tiridsold.1 CONTEST NOTICES.5' "^OTICE OF CONTEST.^-lluited atctes Land ll Office at Mitchell, |. .t., Complamt having tfe'en entfrcd al tffis office by Adjun H. West-agaiiret.-Jafcias tti.-BalF, for' said entry: contestant allegitig. that, olaunant, has abandoned said sMieiT making-entry, and uo.t cultivated as'ilje law requires aM that: he has felled to olaiit tiie flye jicres broken the first yew to tittiCer deeds oi cuttings the third N' T()e said parties are it the office of J. F. .. October, 1884, at 10 o'clock a la., t« respond and furnish testimony concerauig.saidaliegedfailure.' «aB»»Ws By»rrr, Raster. .1. E. Ford of piioer, D. T.,lieveby appoint ed a comftilssiouer^o taks the testimony In the abote cwev He'VulVitlt.or(fce return all the pa pers d.iUy certltfed Jo this office, when .and wliere they will betexaminad and decision ren deredfhtMWoii Oot 2lth, ... ... Giro. B. EVERITT, Reg. NOTICE OF FIN^lL PROOF. OTICE FOR PUBLICATION.—l.and Office at Mitchell, D. T., Au|Fi3, 1884. -ipi that said prrf6t wlU bu liUuW before Olerk Dlst. Court .lerauhj couuty, atilClmer. D, T,, «!i Oct. 4th, 1884, vii: oi. JOHN M. HUCK, d. s. No 17317 for the nwH sec IB town 10C ranee TTa imiiiAB fliA "... I-ouis Jonkep. Henny Krabbenh'oetV of siliii van, Jerauld Co., U, T. a29os GEO. EVEII ITT, Register. 3TICE FOR PUBLICATION.—Land Office at Mitchell. 1). T. Aug 20.1SB4. Notice is hereby given that the following nam ed settler lias tiled notice of his intention to make final, proof in support .ot Jiis claim, and. that said proof wrll be made before clerk dist. edurt Jerauld conhty, at Elmer, D. T., on Oct. 8tll, 1884, viz: DAN E. HINOMAX, under his lid. No 2.WU for the neU section 2,1 town 107 range OB He names the following wit-' der, of Waterb a2903 D. T. NOTICE JENNIE SAV'.VS, said land, viz: Asa Hodgson, C. R. Nelson, O. F, Kellogg, V.Converse, of Sullivan, D. T. a22s20 UKO. B. KyEEirr, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.- Lamj omce at, Mitchell, D. T., Aug fo. 1884"." Notice isliereby given'that the following nam ed settler has tiled, notice of his lHtc-otion to make linal proof in summrt of his claim, and se cure final entry thereof, and that said proof will be made before Clerk District Court Jerauld Coat Wesslngton Springs I). T. on tjppt x~, 1884, viz: JOHN I'AKVJCK, under his d. sentry No. a2384 for the mvU sec. 17 town. 106, range (!5. He names the following witnesses to prove Ills continuous residence up on and cultivation of said land, viz Varian Du seek, John Vaneous, Frank Pechaeek, i-'raiik Bros, of Ci oiv Lake, D. T. a22s20hb GEQ. B. EVERITT, Register. XTOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.-Land Office ll .at Mitchell-' D. 4.ug. 16. J88*. Notice is hereby given that the foHowingnam ed settler- lia's flled no,tiee of his intention to make linal proof .in support Of his elaim, and that said proof will be niadd ljefore Clerk Dist. Court Jerauld Co., at Wfesslngto'n Springs, I). T. on Sept 27th, 1884, viz: FRANK PJSCHAUK, under hisjid tiling No, 24813 for the nwU sec tion 19, town 100, range C5. He names the fol lowing witnesses to'prove his' continuous resi dence upon and cultivation of said land viz: Varwin Dugecjc, Joseph Vancous. Frank Bros, John Parvick, of Crow Lake. D. T. a22s20hb GEO. B. EVERITT. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.—Land Office at Mitchell, D. T.,AUK 21,18&*' Notice is hereby gjveiftliat tJiefollowing nam ed settler lias tiled a3ice of his. intention to make linal proof in silwort his elaim, and that 1 progt will be maUJf.' JJefore Cleric Dist. Court Wesslngton Springs, 1). T„ oivtlct. 4th, 1884. HENRS WALTER who ma.de lid. entry No. 22615 fijr the neK site 22, tow/i'10C, range 65. He nanui£ the following witnesses to prove his continudas residence up on, and'cultivation of, said :an(Iy viz: J. MoOre, J. A. Swan, John Neat, E. Kellogg, of Sullivan, D. T. a29o3 GEO. S. EVEIUTT Reg. N:OTICE FOR PUBLICATION.—Land Office at Mitchell, D." T'. September 2, 18St Notice is hereby giveii that the fc ed Settler ^iis lileti .no.tics ai bis following nam liitention to make final proof in support pf his claim, and that said proof will be imtde oefore Clerk Dist. Colirt Jerauld couiity- it Wes?i mtoi) Spriugs, 1). T.j on Oct. loth, 18g4, viz^ EMERSON 4, MWYILUI under his hiUutry J\"o. 2!^8 for the sw'i, sec 7, town 1O0 riijige 64. He names the following wit nesses to pr'^ve his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, saU) laud, viz: A. B. Crisswell, E. E. Nesmith, Adolpb Mahler, George Wine garden, of'ijullivan D, T. GKO. B. EVKIUTT, sSolO. Itegister. ATOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.-uuid Office 111 at Mitchell. D. T., Aug in, 1884. Notice is hereby given that the following nam ed settler has tiled notice of his intention to make fln^J proof in support of his claim, and tliitt, said proof will be made before C)erk Dis trict Court Jerauld county, at Elmer, D. T. on Oct 1. 1384, viz: GORDON MCDONALD. who inade hd. tiling No. 29224'for the s'/t se!i 13, 11H neJi 24,1100, rU5. He names the following witnesses to prove lijs continuous residence up on, and cultivation of,, said land, viz: J. A. Swan. S. S. Moore, Asa Hodgson, John B. Neal, of Sullivan, Jerauld Co., D. T. a22s-26 GKO. B. EVERITT, Register. APPEAL NOTICES. APPEAL NOTICE.-United States Laud Office at Mitchell, D. T. Aug. 27, 1881, To Hiram D. Newton, D. T„ SIR: You are hereby notified that your hd entry No. 23061, made Oct 31, 1883. upon ne!4 section No. 14 town ship. No, 107. north of range No. 63. W, 5th P. M. has been adjudged forfeited by this office upon the complaint of Andrew Hessdorfer, and you are further notified that, our decision, will be come final as to all questions of fact unless ap pealed from within thirty days from this notice, that.being the period of time allowed you in which to appeal from said decision to the Hon orable Commissioner of the general land office. Upon your failure to appeal within the time spe cified, said entry will be reported to the Honora ble Commissioner for cancellation. DCCTnot'lite ,s |V E 9 I dare before you die, something mighty and sublin: leave behind to conquer time." $66 a week in your own town. 85 outfit free. No risk. Everything new. No capital is required. We will furuisli vou every thing. Many are making fortunes. Lailies mane as much as men, and boys and girls make great pay. Reader, if you want business at which you can mane great pay all the time, write for par ticulars toll. HAM,KIT & Co., Portland, Maine. He Deerlm Twin# Binier! Tie im Shy- GE O.B. EVERITT, Reg. FOlji PUBLICATION —Land Office at Mitchell, Dakota, August 14, is»t. Notice is liewby mvel'i that the followiHKiiam ed settler iias liletl notice .of lier intention to make liirnl proof in Support'o: her claim and that said iH'dof will bc inaile U'fore Clerk Dist. Court J(j'auUl Co.. at Wessinijf'.n Springs. 1). T. on Sept 20,1SS4. viz: •». 'ilM ^.^m Soie AgentJCq?.these machin^ fpr faia part of .7 4 isay A deerinq i'ou will not be disappointed .. "... ^hby n&vm MII.. .. **t-\Q—-r 'K-. *.* -T.. ,, t., f. J.J. .- iKUM tfcDONMl. ajeDt, KSSWI0^ aPJ!NQs.D. t. Repairs ^nd^.wvne kept on,hand. 9^ 3EAZ.2H III A:: DrugsX,Groceries ^complete stock of pure is, #pFies, Wall Paper, Mixed Paints. Oils. fogies, Bruslies, .L'er.d, Toy/t Vaa.es ^pilet.Sets, Slates t'9 supply t^t^rijitory. In«f?wjt everything usually,kept in first class Drug Store Prescriptions ascurar.eh' q^aouniej day.ftr ni.g_^t bv^rst qja^s .druggist. S. Ab«rd««n, Aloester, western GEO, B. EVERITT, Register. s5s26 H. BARBKR JR. Receiver. J. jriARNE^, proprietor, CHAS. P. TAYLOR, Wessington Springs, D- 'f W. F, AYERS Dealer SHELF & HEAVY HARDWARE. SIS, 8Uy..w., filing Tackle, Eta Call Before Purchasing^ Cor. Main and First St% l-i Pjan^inipn, V. 'f. 9 FIRST-CUSS HmiTES O TO'ASTD FROM P|. VIA THE erstue olee BetWAen Twti t-claaq utps tojwid frQjn the Fqposus Clraiii ons or Central and DaEotaT OneyiaMadison, WiST/WTnona^ IfiSfeMd TMCV, jonnTahd the othei! PAKOTA TOWNS BQQWNC rtapilji peat reached are anions the this wiaSr Orahden, MilUr, Horbert, SaB&iet. Sol^nd, X)kton. Sunn Altamont, Athol, Aurora, Bereiford, Blunt, Brpsdland, Brpokingi, Bruee, Oanninr, Caniitota, Canova, Carthagp, Ca»tlewood, Oavoar, CenteiTUle, Iit.Une, 7kirban«l. Frankfort, Gary, Ooodwlo, Hurold, Henry, farksr' Pl.rre, "-T»ton, mond, —B.ld, |tJ'£aVxine» Hlteheopk, Hurler. Euroif, Iroquoii, Volga, Wamtovs, Weiiingwn, WoU«y° Clark Center, Kranzburr. Columbia, Xuichester, If destined for or from any point in Central or Southeastern Dakota, your Tickets via the Chicago & KAIL equipments are the best by this route sweeping by, go and PESETA iforth-buy way. its train and the world,track in and by Its various branches it reaches notot^of Interest in this ». WMWMWW Ximnmiit modations Ticket*NUNS you wlll buy AMD Will.your TAKE OTHER. For rates for single or round trip and for full information not ob tainable In rea and tin wwuu\, L1Q« by this North- MARVIN HUGHITT. 2d Vlce-Pre*. and Gen.