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^XA* iit»i .wiM The best located town in Southern Dakota, being situ ated near the cen ter of Brule County, in the midst of the best farming and stock country in the world. The proof of which has been fully demon strated in the mas nificent crops of the past few years. KIMBALL Is located on the Main Line ol the Chiciig-o, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad, 4-8 miles west oi Mitchell and 22 miles east oi Chamberlain. It lias a fine pub lic school building, good church es, a first-class postoffice, two banks, two yood hotels, one large grain elov.itor and mate rial on the ground for another tin •ec lumber yards, all tarrying immense stocks several black smith shops, good livery stables, and stores representing all branches of trade. Still the country demands more and to live men great inducements are offered to invest in this Beautiful Town The Brule County Agricul tural Pair Grounds "adjoin the townsite and is one of the best fair grounds in the Territory, with a good half-mile track. THE TOWN IS BOOMING And now is the time to invest. D. WARNER, Proprietor of the original town site, lias platted and laid out three additions, all adjoining, with a. continuation of slreets and alleys, i'art ot which are in acre lots, so as to enable all classes to be suited in procuring a residence lot. The most de sirable blocks on Main Street are still for sale to those who desire to engage in business, and great •imlumiifnts are olieral to that class of men. The climate in this part of Dakota is everything to be, de iml and is fully as mild a-t that of Ohio, Indiana and Il linois, with, perhaps, a less num ber of cloudy days. The rain fall is abundant and always comes when most needed. The water is free from any alkali taste and as pure as any found in any of the Eastern States. In short, the country, climate and social advantages make this one of the best, it not the very best, county in Dakota for the emi grant." I or further particulars, call on or address D. "WARNER, KIMBALL, DAKOTA, lUtULitt COUNT*. Massachusetts lias passed a lav, that the school committee of every cdty and town shall purchase at the expensa of each city or town text books aud other school supplies used in the public schools, and text books and supplies shall be loaned to the pupils of the pub lic schools free of charge, subject to such rules and regulations as to care and custody as the school committee may prescribe. Similar laws havo been proposed in various states but Massachusetts, it is believed is the firs', to try the experiment under legislative •.auction. Uartholdi's collossal statue of "Lib erty Enlightening the "World," to be erected in New York harbor, was paid for bv contributions from every town in Franco and it was expected that tlus pedestal would be paid by small con tributions from all parts of the United States. The New York committee in charge of the matter has received $140, 000, but all tho subscriptions thus fax have come from the east, and the bulk has been given in large amounts by wealthy men in New York city. Tha committee say that nothing has, as yet, been received from the west. The whole amount required for the founda tion and pedestal is 8250-000. Tho riots in Cincinnati have furnished another text fer the callow and incon» siderato scribblers of the daily press, •who never tire of believing the evils at tending trials by jury. The man Bre ner was charged -with murder but con victed only of manslaughter, one of the most common tilings on criminal juris prudence. Admitting tliat the jury in this case made a mistake, that iB nc reason for abolishing one of the most sacred rights of freemen. As woli over turn the republic and start a monarchy in ease a mistake is made in the election of a President. Abolish the right of trial by jury and all other monuments of freedom would soon follow. A clergyman of California made a tel ling point the other day in a sermon on a sex in religion, that while there were two women to one man in the church at San Quentin the member ship of tho penitentiary was made up al" most wholly of men. There were hard ly any women there to speak of. The women preponderate in the churches and men in the penitentarics. The point is a good ono that while there are two women in the church to one man, there are forty men in the penitentiary to one woman. Where the population is about equally divided as to sexes wom en make a comparatively small figure in the criminal records. Bold Bismarck is said tc be at length alarmed for his personal safety. A cat ble dispatch savs that lie has ordered tho postmasters throughout the empire not to receive any registered letters in tended for him. The postmasters have no option about nou- registered letters, but these the chancellor will hereaftei refuse to receive from the Berlin post office, so that every communication that reaches him hereafter must come through the official channels and run the gauntlet of official inspection. Some of the papers suggest that he has at last become alarmed at the activity of the Socialists and is afraid of being blown up by mail. The chancellor says liis ouly object is to be rid of the annoy ance of tho pretty insults which are con stantly sent to him, generally in the form of registered letters. That trade rivalry is at the bottom of foreign opposition to tho "American hog," is in effect tacitly admitted on all sides and now that the French and German parties injured by exportations of meat from this country have been joined by the corrcs]ondiug business interests of England, it ill be instruc tive to watch the manner in which the opposition there is managed and devel oped, as compared with the methods pursued on the continent. So far, there has been no outbreak of temper on the subject between the two Anglo-Saxon nations, and Minister Lowell's repre sentations have been listened to with respect by tho British public and parlia ment, although their tenor was similar to that of Minister Sargent's statements, which so stirred up the German gov ernment. The power of social influence at Washington, in dictating appointments, and even in affecting, legislation, has long been notorious. It has now gono so far that open confession of the fact, and even an attempt to vindicate it, has been made in Congress. A bill was up in the House the other day to relieve Mrs. Fatternon, the widow of Captain Carlisle Patterson, of taxes for special improvements in Washington, as had been donebeforeiti thecase of Mrs. Kate Chas. Sprague, audRepresentativeEld redgo, in urging its passage, said that "from the high social standing of that lady, as well as a disposition to do exact justice," the committee had devoted especial attention to the matter. The Washington papers often show the effoofc of social influence, but The Star is to be credited with properly rating tho Michigan Representative for urging r».a» IY NEWS OF THE WEEK. Washington News. Anderson was confirmed receiver of moneys at Grand Forka. This year'n f^ratluatmp claaa at tho naval academy contains aoven "atar" members, or cadets who have recoivod 85 per cent during tho torn in their Riudiea. Tho graduating ex ercifiofl will probably occur thirt year on Thurs day, Juno 10. Tho annual examination begins Monday, Juno 2, and continues till tho 7th. The house committee on revision of the laws unanimously agreed to favorably report Repre sentative McMillan's bill to amend the internal revenue laws. Tho mo&suro redncos the time within which pcrsoua may be prosocutod for violation of internal revenue laws from five to I wo yea'rs. Tho bill was recommnndod by both Secretary Folgor and Commissioner Evans. Tho colored men living iu Washington who wore soldiors iu tho late war called upon Geu. Grant recently to pay their respects. Tho general received them standing upon his crutches. There was a great crowd, and after tho colored men got through tho whito poople, who had filled tho corridors in the hope of see ing Gen. Grant, crowded in andghooii him by the haod. Tho suit which has boen brought against Theodore Stinnuing of Chicago, by the war de partment to recover a balanco alleged to bo duo by him to the government since the war, is ono of several thousaud of a similar character growing out of unsettled accounts. Ktimming was a lieutenant aud acting quartermaster and commissaiy of the Thirty-first Iowa volunteers. In closing up his accounts there remained a balanco of $4M,7 5 against him, and tho gov ernment sues for this amount with interest No fraud is alleged, but for somo reason ho neglected to furnish the proper vouchers for tho disposition of property. is a curious fact that several million dollars is still claimed by tho government in cases similar to this. Hail and Z&iver News. C. L. Catlin, of the legal department of tho Omaha, has been stationed at Superior City, to Hecure right of way, and depot grounds for his company. The Omaha at present runs into Superior over the Northern Pacific tracks. Travel over the Manitoba has increased to such proportions that tho company will, during the present week, put on an extra train between Grand Forks and l)uvils Lake, and another bo tweeu Barnesvillo and Br. Vincent. Arrange ments have also beeu mado to run, until tho middle of June, four excursion trains a week from the Ea&toni Canadian provinces to Mani toba. Casualties of the Week. 8t, Peter's Lutheran church, New York, was damaged $15,000 by tire. K. P. Andrews' furniture factory at Berla mont, Mich., was burned. Loss, $25,001) in surance, C. P. Willard of Charleston, W. Vn., secretary of tho Eureka Dctectivo association, was ac cideutly shot and killed by a young lady yester day. Fire in a building occupied by tho Groccrs Packing company and Henry Mavo A Co., lish agents, Boston, caused a heavy* losn on tho contents. Tho building was slighty damaged. Losses covered by insurance. The distillery of Freiberg & Workum, at Pe tej'sburg, Ky.* was burned. It was built at a eoyt of $100,000. It contained 47,000 bushels of corn, 2,000 of other grain, 1,000 of malt, and $00 barrels of whiskv in process of mnnufact-urr Loss 8100,000 to $150,000, August Gust's lithographic company works BIT aud 210 Pine street, St, Louis, caught fire, ind before the ilames could be con trolled thn entire building was gutted, entailing a loss of about $90,000 on stock and machinery. Insured for 585,000, chietly foreign compan ies. Personal Hews Notes. Augustus Selmll left. $5,000,000. Archibald Forbs is writing a life of Chinese Gordon. John Jay Knox has resigned his position as controller of the currency to accept the presi dency of a New York banking house. Gen. H. H. Sibley is on the way homo from Kittrel, N. O., where he has been most of tho winter. He is much improvod in health, and is better than he has been for the last live years. Gen. Grant has promised to accompany Gen erals Newton and Hunt on their historical visit to Frodericksburg, Chaucellorsvillo and the Wilderness, on May 15, should his health per mit The late Mrs. Ollendorfor of Now York gave $10,000 of the $o0,l'00 neccssary to endow tho Herman-Americrn teachers' seminary in Mil waukee. Frederick Billings has sent $1,000 toward an endowment fund for Whitman col lego in Walla Walla. Duncan Boss and Sora£ichi, the Japanese, wrestled in Cle veland last Tuesday night Boss won the first and third bouts, catch-as-catch can, and the Jap the second and fourth, Jap auosc style. In tho second bout the Jap but ted Boss in tho right side, breaking one of his short ribs. In tho bout Boss butted the Jap in tho stomach, and tho latter refused to continue the match. Tho referee gavo the alleged $3, AlU stakes to Boss. Crimes and Criminals. 3L C. Keonan, defaulting treasurer of Jack son county, Ohio, has boim baggod by Detec tive O'Connor, of 8t Paul. The trial of Milton Yw-ston of Chicago, CoL Blakely of Pittsburg, and twenty others for the riot at Murraysvillc gas well began at Greens burg, Pa. John Andrews, aged eighteen, quarrelod with his father and nhot the latter three rimes, prob ably fatally, at a farm house noar Kings burv, Whiteside county. 111. Paul Holmnn, n, son of lfcprescntativo JJol man of Indiana, wis knocked out by a brother dude in front of Willard's hotel, Washington, the other night as the settlement of an old grudge. Stephen Carpenter (5 years old (colored) was shot aud kiiJoa hy his nephew, Mack Vande vcer, aged 28, at DanvilU", Ky. Tho quarrel arose on account of Vanclevoer having whipped a young son of Carpenter's. Vamioveer es caped. Six tons of gold coin nnd o' 5 of silver will be moved lrom tho Philadelphia sublroasury into the new postofUce building. It will re quire mors wagous than arc* used in cleaning tho Ptreeta of tho city in a \v..oic. Tho work will be entrusted to tho Adams Express com pany. The murder of Mrs. Swears al Stony Crock,. Warren county, N. Y., is ntiil a myutory. No arrests. Th'.Micfc it is thought, was caused by jealousy. Miles Murray, uuu-in^law of the murdered woman, has lleen relieved of suspi cion. Mrs. Swears was not kno Vn to have had an enemy. Samuel Wright of Fergusouville, Delaware county, N. Y,, shoi- himself through the head in a closet of a car on a wost-bound train, while crossing tho bridge between Bismarck and Mandan. He was taken out of tho train and died in the depot in a few miuutes. Deceased was thirty years of age, respeeUibly dressed with $7 in money and a ticket to Portland. Iu the Sioux council at Standing Rock, on Saturday, a very bitter controversy, instigated by joalousy, arose between Sittiug Bull and Gall, in which the latter told the old chief that he was getting too high-toned since his SSSMgjSBfeSiSBbtf W '.HI ?S?Kft 3 '^01 W£#t St Paul trip, aud that lie thought it was absurd to lion ize a mau who was uiianimously voted a mean, contomptable coward, aud who was fast sink ing iuto insignificance. The people of Delano, Minn.t have a suspic ion that a thief has been working among them under the guise of a government detective. He was commissioned to arrest the perpetrator of a robbery at Young's hotel, but during his investigations ono of tho servant girls at the house and tho son of tho proprietor were chlo roforraodl and a young Swede living on the Watortown road was robbed of about 920. A prize fight came off at Hyndman, Pa., near the Maryland state hue, between a Hungarian SI ... I namedNickvcst, formerly a St LOULB sport, a persons "high social standing" as 0 %jidan unkuown, alleged to bo Kilrainf the reason for legislation in her favor. Boston pugilist Fifty-three rounds were VOLUME III. KIMBALL, BRULE COUNTY, DAKOTA, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1884 NUMBER 2. fought, with tho advantage about even, wlion a cry of foul was raised. A terrible not en sued, in which pistols and kni\ G* wore freely used. Tho riot lasted somo time? and at tho conclusion three men, including Nickvost, wero stretchod on the ground dead, while several others wero badly wounded. John Noary, who was shot hv Porter on Tues day night, died at his father's home on Jackson street, St Paul, Suuday morning, tho 5th inst, A post mortem examination was mado by Drs. Horst and Murphy, and it was found that tho ball had picrcod tho intestines in five places, aud lodged in the spinal column. The iutea sinos wore vory badly inflamed. Porter was informed of Noary's death about an hour after it o^currod, by Deputy Sheriff O'Connor. Ho said ho was very sorry, but it could not bo helped He did not appear very much discom posed at tho news. General News Items. First National bank St Albany Yt, has failed. Geor^o W. Fcnniman of Minneapolis organ ized alemplo of Honorj with sixty-three char ter members, at Ortonville, Minn., recently. B. S. Wold of Luverne Minn., lias made an assignment to A. L. Patterson for tho benefit of his oroditors. Tho chamber of coinmereo in St Paul, and tho board of trade in Minneapolis, have peti tioned the postmaster general to hurry up his post mail by several hours. It is said that Gov. Hoadly, in view of tho Cincinnati riots, will not apooint an adjutant geueral for Ohio a man who nas not had army experience and commanded at least a division on tho field of battle. Proceedings have begun iu the contest of tho will of Benjamin Fitch of New York. Ho gavo about a million and a half to charities before ho died. This will is contested by Mrs. Colleu der, his niece, on tho ground that he was men tally incapacitated from making a will. Capt Harmon, who recently bought Savage A Sons' stock at Livingston, Montana, has turned it over to W. E. Savage and Clint Hoddericli as managers. Capt. Harmon, it is said, will re move from Bismarck to Miles City, whore the other 6tock of C. W. Savage A Sons is to be sold. The United States, Russian and German gov ornments have sent a fresh and energetic note to tho porte protesting against excessive dues charged for storage of pctroloum, and especially because of tho fact that depots have boen in troduced at Bovrout and other Syrian porta, whore still greater extortion is practiced. S$. Paul Typographical Union No. 30 hav« elected the following officers President M. J. Daly vice president, John O'Connor financial secretary,H. S. Saxe recording secretary, F. E. Whoatou treasurer, George W. Burden sor goant-at-arms, Fred S. Stephens delegate to International Typographical Union, It S. Me Namoe. Foreign Flashes. Emanuel Qeiliel, tho cclobrated Germanpoot, ia dead, aged G8 yours. It is nnnouneod fliat Jusfiu McCarthy, Jr., ia about to be married to Miaa Laura Xandon, a popular London actroHa. The Japanese government has authorized tho establishment of tea guilds, to which all pro ducers and dealers must belong, for the pur pose of preventing tho adultering of teas. Tho marquis of Lome is treading in his father's footsteps us a sensational doctrinlre. He lias come out as an advocate of this lioine rule, with a brand-now panacea for Irish dis content The dominion parliament has in no way rocoguized the death of Prince Leopold, either in passing resolutions of condolence to her majesty, (jueen Victoria, or moving adjourn ment of the house. A London Times correspondent, writingfrom Haiphong, says the French attempt to cut ofl the Chinese retreat from Bacninli completely failod He plaeos the blame on tho commander of the French flotilla. The arrest of Priuco Audronikoff and of Serg lieil, overseer of the St Petersburg powder mills, on tho chargo of nihilism, created a sen sation. The police spy recently murdered at Pitrokoff, Poland, was killed wllile iu purs uit of nihilists. The Marquis do faux, in Paris, denies that a reconciliation has beeu effected between him and Pat'.i. Ho sayB she ban not written him iu seven years, aud if divorce proceedings should be instigated by Patti, he would hasten to take advantage of thorn. He also denies he ever gambled whilo living with Patti. The German bundesrath unanimously reject ed the proposal that responsible ministry bo instituted for the empire. Bavarian delegates stated during the discussion that while Bavaria would always le ready to co-operate actively to promote national development on a federation basis, elio would firmly oppose a further ad vance in the direction of centralization. Mr. Gladstone secured ono of tho completest parliamentary victories of his life in his defeit of the opposition's attack 011 the bill to enlarge the franchiso. Gladstone made a powerful speech in support of tho bill. He said it was a good thine for the state that the largest num ber of capable citizens should possess fran chise. He defended the extension of the fran chise in Ireland as an act of right aud justice. Tho bill passed its second reading—3!K) to !310. Earl Derby, colonial secretary of state, gavo audience in London to a deputation of mer chants ongaged iu tho West India trade. They asked for an international conference to discuss sugar bounties and the question of placing West Indies uuder the favored-nation elauso with tho United States. Derby said the subject had been mentioned to the American minister, but Lowell thought the present moment inop portune for tho consideration of tho question. The recent sudden romoval of convict Irish InvinciblaB from Ii iali to English prisons is at tributed to the discovery of a conspiracy to destroy Mount Joy prisou by the use of dyna mite. The Inviucifiles iu prison were engaged iu clandestine correspondence with conspirators outside. Letters v.'ore found in James Mul lett's cell which disclosed tho plot Tho prison wardens wero to be bribed with money from O'Donovan Kossa'8 fund to convey nil infernal machine iuto tho prison. Ono letter intercepted contained an order for the murder of Patrick DelaiK'y, one of tho I'hiei.ix park conspirators, bv throwing him over the balcony when ho sfiould leave the prison after mass. Delany still remains at Mount Joy for ual'otv. Many wardens have besu dismissed. A Dublin cor respondent denies upon the highest authority thai there is any truth in tho story. London Rpocial—Emperor Wiilir.m ia ill. Every attempt is mado to conceal the fact, and the onlcial announcements dedare that he is merely Bufferieg from indisposition provoked by a eevere cold. But court, circles in Berlin know better, and Uia aged kaiser's conditio:) is by tho^yell informed, regarded with aiisolnte alarm. 'This fe.'liug was inlensilicd by the an nouncement that Qneou Victoria's eldest daugh ter, Victoria, wife of the German crown prince was compelled to assign oflici&Uy as her rea son for not undortaKing tho comparatively short journey from Berlin to Lou don to attend tic funeral of her brother, Prince Leopold, the tact tbiit thesiatoof her father-in law's health was such as to absolutely forbid even a short absence from his side at I ito pres ent timo. Tho announeomcnt was the iirst ad mission of the seriousness of the emperor's ailment, aud is interpreted as ominous. The chronology of William's recent decline is sig nificant. *Xo stories of ill health wero circulat ed about him uutil four months ago. Before that he was proverbial for health and endur ance but for the last three mouths past ac counts of colds, hoarseness, and indisposition and excitability have been whispered about constantly. Assassinations. LomarB, Iowa: Howard C. Trip, a popular poet and magazine writer, was eliot and mor tally wounded, by an unknown peruon, while standing on the street of Lemurs, Iowa, on Wednesday evening. The cauBe of the shoot ing was the publication of a pamphlet called "Legends of LemarB." Mr. Trip inserted scr eral poems and sketches of a personal nature in his book, greatly to the disgust and chagrin of his enemies. Ho has been warned eoveral times thathe would be killed if he did not leave, the countnr, hut paid no heed to the threats. Ho died Tnurnday morning. Borne excitement provails and his murderer may bo lynohod if caught The Turtle Mountain Opening. DEVIL'S LAKE, Dak., Special: Gon. C. C. Clements returned to Devil's Lako from WasliiugtoH the 3d, with a copy of tho following executive order: Executive Mansion, March 29,1884.— It is hereby ordered that the tract of country in the Territory of Dakota, withdrawn from sale and settlement and set apart for tho usu nnd occupancy of the Turtle Mountain band of Chippewa Indians by executive orders dated Dec. 21, 1882, except townships 102 and 163 north, range 71 west, be aud the same are hereby restored to the mass of the public domain. CHESTER A. .AUTIHIR, By virtue of this order the Turtle Mountain reservation is reduced by two townships, and it opens up 415,000 acres of valuable agricultural aud timber land in the Devil's Lake land district, includ ing tho base of operations of the coal mining syndicate in the extreme western portion, to public settlement. There is great joy hero over the order. The stock subscription to the proposed saw mill at Grand Forks, amounts to §15,000, and in a few days it is expect ed to be $25,000 when application will be made for incorporation. Albert Shaw, who had been working for the past two months for 'William Hunt, five miles south of Pembina, has skipped out, taking from Mr. Hunt $130 in money, and a suit of clothes. It is supposed he has gono across the lino into Manitoba. R. R. Wise & Co. of Buffalo, N. Y., have purchased lumber and material for tho erection of a $15,000 hotel at Min newaukan, Benson county, and are pro ceeding actively with tho construction of the same. Mr. Witcher, a solid stock raiser of Belle Fourehe, says the reported mor tality among cattle the past fall and winter from disease and other causes has been greatly exaggerated, that they have never wintered better since the settlement of the country. A number of foxes were seen perched upon the summits of the haystacks in the low lands south of Bismarck, having been driven there by the flood. Those who" have been down the river state that the carcasses of deers are strewn in largo numbers among the timber. The animals were killed by water and float ing ice. The Vermillion river floated off the Lodi bridge. Jamestown starts the year's proposed improvement with a 840,000 hotel, an insane asylum a college, to be built under auspices of the Presbyterian synod a new brick school house, to cost $14,000 an entire block of brick buildings, to cost $100,000 and water works, costing $40,000, for which the engineers are now making diagrams, taking elevations, etc. Messers. Erwin & Ryan of St. Paul have received telegraphic advices from Yankton to the effect that Chief Justice Kdgerton of Dakota will hold a term of court at Grand Forks some time this month, and commencing probably before tho 15th inst. As heretofore published, Judge Hudson, iu whose district Grand Forks is embraced, has been required, by overwork and consequent illness, to tako a vacation. Among tho cases to be tried at Grand Forks will bo the indict ments against the Devil's Lake men, ac cused of shooting the Ward brothers of Chicago. At Sioux Falls the calender has 130 cases and there will be at least fifty criminal cases in addition. So large a docket indicates that the term will be a long ono, but Judge Palmer intimates that he will push matters and hold long sessions. Tho Wyoming Stock company has telegraphed Gov. Ordwav, asking that quarantine be established against the foot and mouth disease. Work on tho Bismarck capitol will continue uutil Sept. 1. Tho inside fin ishing awaits putting in the heating ap paratus. Tho grand jury at Swan Lake, have found two indictments against Miner for attempted murder. At Grafton, a prisoner got stuck in a hole through which ho was trying to escape from jail and died. A luan was severely frozen near High more last week, and died from the effects next day. He was intoxicated at the tune, nnd the widow has begun suit against the liquor seller, John Zwiglit, for damages to the amount of $4,000. Fargo papers are united iu presenting United States Marshal Allen as a candi date for governor of the territory. Several citizens at Casselton have been fined or committed to jail forkaep ing unlicensed dogs. George R. Randall, charged with stealing a watch worth $150 from James W. Long of Ipswich, has been arrested in Wisconsin and returned to the for mer place. Tho Springfield Methodists will build malting the fourth church edifice in tho place. Tho Methodists expect to invest $1,500. At Elletidale, Sheriff Larson, arrested for assaulting Jacob Barnholt with a chair, was acquitted. Huron will have an Arbor day May 1 Stores will close. Plank in ton is discussing a ohango oi name to Logan. Tho Yankton Sioux wero in council last week, and they decided, without dissenting voice, to sell the northern half of their reservation, which is com posed of some of tho best land in the West. Ole Strike, the head chief, pro poses to devote the proceeds of the sale to the purchase of working Anjencac horses. f*',1 imaMBBicfflBmi 1 KIMBALL, HARDWARE, TINWARE^ PUMPS, OCHSNEKrf BROS., ARDWARE! LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS THE BEST IN THE MARKET. Tinware, Pumps and Barbed Wire, Acorn and Superior Stoveg A SPECIALTY PRICES GUARANTEED TO BE THE LOWEST. OUB MOTTO: "SMALL PROFITS, QUICK SALES AND FAIR DEALING." OOHSNER BROTHERS, KIMBALL, DAKOTA. TAFT HOUSE, Good Livery in Connection. KIMBALL, A. P. OILLEY, Proprietor, 1 *4^ E. B. TAFT, l'ROPRIETOJS. .*• 1'' rM fit' KIMBALL HOUSE This Hotel, Formerly the Summit House, has been BEFITTED, REFURNISHED, AND, TO A CERTAIN EXTENT, MMILT, Aud is now ONE 0E THE MOST CONVENIENT HOUSES .'V. In the DAKOTA. "wt- [The patronage of the public ia solicited, guaranteaingsatisfaction in every cose. 't ««v 7v«, /i. S 4 KIMBALL, DAKOTA. The Farmers! Friend. KEEP IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, CLOTHINOf v, rw/ssv /r ^5' 1 HATS and CAPS, S GROCERIES, and CROCKERY. My prices arc always the lowest, my goods the boBt that money can buy.. I mnuot and will not be undersold by any competitor. L. D. BABJDIN, V*V-3?iFi SUCCESSORS TO D. L. SMITH & SON, HEADQUARTERS FOR i. .5 'CUTLERY^ ^1* 'it 4 KIMBALL, "V -Vw^gi A'? AND DAKOTA. GALTA GUNS, "GARLAND" STOTES, BUILDING ftATERtAI^ %S5V SOUTH MAIN STREET •--3trs 4 44 a m^wp.