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BALSAM
It Is purely Vegstabls.
It removes •llTnflamation.
It h^iiis the Lung Tissue.
It Is Soothing In Its Nature.
It relieves a Cough Instantly.
It Is sold on a guarantee,
If not relieved, your money will
be
refunded.
Ask your Druggist or Store-keeper
forit
SPINK CO.,
Proprietor*.
George Kreidler,
Manufacturer of
I S E N S
In all Sizes, at tbe most
Reasonable Rates.
ftdrers irom the country promptly attended to,
•no satisfaction guaranteed.
SHOP
JI WE.
on wiscojrsrjr
Oppotite Congregational church. d90
Call and Examine Work and set
PRICES.
RICHLAND COUNTY
NURSERY.
A tine stock of
Apple Trees, Crab Apples, drapes, Small Fruits
Evergreens, &e.,
one year old, all ready for delivery next fall.
OSftiinwood, Soft Maple, Box Elder and Diamond
^uaran.
teed to grow. Correspondence solicited. Address
CIHS. 1. GREEN, nahpeton, Daketa.
New Meat Market
W W I A
Has opened a new Meat Market opposite Wm
v. Henry's Horse Exchange, where he
will keep all kinds of
F1E8I SEATS ASD POULTRF ITS SEASON.
Cash paid for Beef Cattle, Hogs and Sheep.
Wahpeton Dadota.
NEW INDUSTRY,
Nicholas Rischard
Is prepared to furnish
POP, SODA,
Ginger Ale, Cider.
And all Kinks of Mineral Water at
Wholesale or Retail. 137
manufactory, Second Street
Opposite Catholic church,
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
M, J. PEIFFER,
SCENIC
And Decorative Artist, Hoyse,
Sign and General Painting,
Wahpeton, Dakota
.Eugene S&nuier,
Carpenter.
Contractor and
I *•. Bridge Builder.
ESTIMATES
FURNISHED,
And contracts taken on all classes oi buildings
and carpenter work. None but first-class hands
employed. Anew pile driver always ready for
operation.
Office with F. H. Butler & Co., Dakota Avenue,
west of mill. Jan 5. n39
ANTON PEITZ,
Proprietor of the
Gambrinits Hall
Opposite Post Office, Dakota Avenue,
WAHPETON, DAKOTA,
Keeps always on hand Imported
W&es, Liquors and Cigars
I. P. SAMPLE ROOM
AND BILLIARD HALL,
Wholesale and re tail dealer in foreign fcdom
Wines,
LiquorSr
and Cigars
Fresh
*Sv
rdfrijjg..^r
In the
ft*
to all parte of the city
Prop
•mxorttQTS.Kt:
'L^'-RISZ''
.^SwetHeSAV .^aMM)* •.^«*.0Mimt 4-A.J imi 1M1111 wie
v^L-^it-' ^Maatar .^uuu' jLwHr •AJ.,*i5S. &*«,
gDakofa.
times the acreage of wheat it had
~^last year.
A Democratic paper will soon be
started at Grand Forks, by H. E.
McClelland.
A number of South Dakota towns
are preparing their Fourth of July
programmes.
Col. Lounsberry^ weekly, the
Bismarck Journal, will make its ap
pearnace the 24th
Mrs. Von Doren has surprised her
creditors in Bismarck by taking
French leave with three mortgaged
horses.
Fargo's city council has cut down
the pay of the police force and ad
ded the cut down to the salary of the
city attorney.
Siver J. Melhouse of Hillsboro
committed suicide by hanging him
self, because WidowOJson, for whom
he worked, refused to marry him.
The Free liasons of Carrington,
have established a lodge and are
talking of erecting a commodious
hall in which to hold their meet
ings,
The slayers of the Ward boys will
be tried at -Grand Forks during the
June term Of the district court.
The jurors have already been sum
moned.
Carrington News: One kernel
of wheat sown three years ago
afforded seed for seventeen acres
this spring. A pretty good showing
for Dakota soil.
Miss Hattie Taylor of Canton,
who was seriously injured in a rail
road accident last winter, has re
ceived $2,000 damages from the
Milwaukee railroad company.
A car, loaded with stock and emi
grant goods belonging to Mr. Clif
ford, took lite between Gladstone
and Dickinson, destroying five head
of stock &nd some household goods.
Loss $1,300.
Carrington is to have a new pa
per, the first issue of which is ex
pected to appear soon. It will be
kno\yn as the Gazette, and will be
under the managemet of Newt Fan
ning, formerly city editor of the
Jamestown Alert.
Business of the Fargo land office
for the past week: 24 homesteads,
3,840 acres 13 tree claims, 2,080,
acres 1 soldier's declaratory state
ment, 160 acres: 48 final proofs,
4,480 acres total, 15,840 acres total
collections, $6,438.03. contests, 7.
A mail routs is to be established
July 1st, from Ellendale to Bis
marck, a distance of 164 miles,
making a trip each way once a
week. This will open up a new
section of country and prepare the
way for a railroad. It goes by 'the
way of Keystone, Merricourt and
Williamsport.
The mystery of the disappearance
of William Cullen of Ashton has
been solved. Cullen's body was
found on Sunday in the James river
near where he lived. His arms
were tied behind his back, his feet
tied together, and a heavy stone
tied to his neck. James Thomas,
suspected of his murder, has fled to
Arkansas.
Special from Flandreau of the
12th instant, says: Sheriff Cog'
today arrested S. Christie -*ey
cliarged^yjth killing N. Jer
facts in tire
.case appear 1'
Spring Lake Star: Seven children
from one family in Hand county,
.have died this spring from diph
theria. The family lived in a sod
house, having a cellar, which was
filled with turnips last fall and froze
during the winter. Instead of re
moving them and purifying the cel
lar, they were allowed to decay.
It is supposed the poison from the
decaying turnips, created and fed
the dread disease and caused the
death of those children
A little son of Treasur Anderson
of the school district on the reser
vation south of Bismarck, recently
shot a man who had entered the
house in company wi another,
while his father was absent, and,
pointing a revolver at the boy's
mother, demanded money. The
shot was fired from a shotgun and
took effect in the right breast and
shoulder of the man. The other
dragged him off, and several days
afterward a btfdy, supposed to be
that of the man shot by the boy, was
found ill the sand hill,15 miles from
Bismarck.
The Ellendale News reports a
meeting of the Dakota Midland, the
railroad from that place north into
Sargent county, and election of
officers and says: "Contracts were
closed for thirty miles of grade to
be completed July 1st. Assistant
General Manager White will make
his headquarters at Format}' during
the coming season. The line will
strike Ransom City. Contract was
closed with tbe Western Union
Telegraph company to run their
line frpm the Manitoba road, along
"'~D. M. to this place, surveyors
i&era will begin work Mon-
The annual meeting of the Odd
Fallows of Dakota, is in session, at
Mjubejiell, with forty lodges irepit
writfid front different parts of the
territory. The' grand master on
Thursday reported 65 lodges in Da
kota, with 2,250 active members,
48 pen cent gaili dtiilog the past
jewv iFrom all the lodge* in Da
kota, tbe total receipts for the year
jrere $28,813.78. In the pame
of time was paid out for dis-
*r±('w
•V"
•A'.v-*v*ftv 'v
year: Dr.A.E.CIough,^Madison,
The roller skating rink fever has grand master Dr. H. J. Rowe, Caa
broken out in Milbank. selton, deputy, grand masta^ Clark
Work is shortly to re-commence' ®owe» Chamberlain,. grant! ceili
dh the Bismarck capital. jior warden E. M. Fuller, Bismarck
A mountain lion is playing havoc y??b« ,?eCr^^ ?i' ^Ifnan,
with stock in the vicinity of Steele. Yiuikton. grand treasurer R. R.
D.rid.o» comity ,il/ hare tour
Br'?8»' s'°« Fal".
Affected simplicity is refined im
posture. "-i.«
The truly vailant dare' everything
but doing any other body an in*
jury.
We esteem good sense and we love
vanity we do for the person we
love more than for the person we
esteem.
Excess of ceremony was always
tbe companion of weak minds it is a
plant that will never grow in strong
soil.
Courtage is evinced in words as
much as in deeds, and in acts of
omission not less than those of com
mission.
It is a great defect not to know
how to make the most of our quali
ties but what a great quality to
know how to make the most of our
defects
No life can be well ended that has
not been well spent and what life
has been well spent that has bad no
purpose, that has accomplished
no object, that has realized no
hopes?
Nature can do much to render a
a countenance attractive, but char
acter accomplishes far more. The
beauty which is of feature merely
catches the careless, wandering eye.
The beauty which is the reflex of
character holds the eye, and eventu
ally wins the heart.
The hero who saves life does
not catch the vulgar fancy like the
hero who destroys it. Human
sheep admire the butcher and cljant
his glory. Comparatively few know
a hero when they see him, or even
suspect that the loftiest deeds of
true heroism are wrought around
them every day.
There are three wicks to the lamp
of a man's life—brain, blood and
breath. Press the brain a little, its
light goes out, followed by both the
others. Stop the heart a minute,
and out go all three of the wicks.
Choke the air out of the lungs, and
presently the fluid ceases to supply
the other centres of flame, and all
is soon stagnation, cold, and dark
ness
There is a great deal of virtue, in
the five W's. Don't be ashamed' to
ask Why? or When? or Who? or
Which? It fras the philosopher
Locke who, wlien he was asked how
he had contrived to accumulate a
mine of knowledge so rich, yet so
extensive and deep, replied that he
attributed what little he knew to
not having been ashamed to ask for
information, and to the rule he had
laid down, of conversing with all
sorts of men on those topics chiefly
that formed their own peculiar pro
fession or pursuit. And that road
is open to everybody.
RN
Id Fellows apd tbeir faquir
Inlr
S
son attacked .°®.
A
Shop oi Second Street, south of Novelty Works,
,® 'f
Christianson had wh: ,t
.dog, whereupon J"
na"'tfPe.cl Jejlsen
8
W1^e a.nt^
a club ta* wno.wrth
struck from Mrs. Jensen,
hi'-.. jeisen on the head, causing
.j death. Christianson will have
an examination tomorrow.
ln
Howry's nei
llIIVj money to loar jlock, has
nltf
WHY WILL YOU cough
will give immediate reli»°
and«l. 8old by Mill'
»r.
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P*»4 «P«-
Thoughtflil Notes.
when Shiloh's Cure
PricelO cts and 50 cts.
April 18 8
ARE YOU M' TT
Constipation
aDE
miserable by Indigestion,
low Sldn» I, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Yei
Sold Suiloh's Vitalizer is a postive cure
jS Henry Miller. April 18 8
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Are you disturbed at night'and broken bfyour
rest by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeih? if so, send at once and
get a bottle ofMrs. Win slew's Soothing Syrup
for children teething, its value is uncalcul
able. It will relieve the poor little sufferer im
mediately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is no
mistake about It. It cures dysentery and diar
rhoea, regulates the stomach and bowels, cures
wind cohe, soltens the gums, reduces inflamma.
0
Syrup for
Pieasant to the taste, and
is the prescription of one of the oldest and best
femalej./'nurses and physicians In the United
States, and is for sale by all druggists through
out the world. Price 85 cents a bottle. n7
Land Office at Fargo, D.T., May 13th, 1864.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of bis claim and
secure tinal entry thereof on tbe 8nd day of July
1884, viz: INGEBRET O LUND. H. E„ No. 4254,
for the north west quarter of section 10, town
ship 135, north, range 49, west, and nhmes the
following as his witnesses, viz.: Andrew
Moe. Ole C. Ulven, J. Kinde, A Paulson,
all of Walcott, Richland connty, D. T. The tes
timony of all to be taken before the register and
receiver of said U.S. Land office at Fargo, Cass
county, D. T., at their office.
HORACE AUSTIN, Register.
T. E. Olsgaad, attorney,
"7 Fargo, D. T.
Land office at Fargo, T, May 16th, 1884.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has tiled notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim and secure
Anal entry thereof on the 16th day of July, 1884,
viz: AUGUST VOELTZ, HE No. 18,791, for the
southeast a of sections, township 130 north,
range 50 west, and names the following as his
witnesses, viz Charles Bladow, August Pan
kow, August Gollnick and Herman Schmitz, all
of Richland county, T. The proof of claimant
and testimony of witnesses will be taken be
fore Miller, clerk of the district court, for
Richland county T, on the 14th day of July
AD 1884, at his office in Wahpeton, Richland
county, T, and payment will be made at the
S land office, at Fargo, the ltth day of
July, 1884. HORACB AUSTIN,
nT Register.
Land office at Fargo. D. T., May Ptli, 1884,
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of -his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim and SeciK
final entry thereof on the 86th day of Jnne,
T. E. OLLGAARD, Attorney.
1804.
viz.: PETER S. LARSON, H. E., No. 88JS, for
the north west quarter of section 84, township
185, north, range49, west, and names the follow
ing as his witnesses, viz: Paul Sletmoe, E
Anderson, Andrew Rygh, Engebret Berg, All
of Colfax, Richland county, D. T. The testi
mony of all to be taken betore register of 8.'
land office at Fargo, Cass county, D. T., at his
office.
_w6 HORACE AUSTIN, Register.
Land office at Watertown,DT, May 8th. 1884
.Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that siUd proof will be made before O W Billiard,
for Roberts Co, judge or the probate court a{
Traverse, T, on Jnne 84, 1884, viz: LAFAY.
ETTE BIDLOCK. 8 No for the wi nwk
and wj swtf of section 80, township 189, range
47. He names the following withesses to prove
Mtf continuous residence upon, and Cultivation
of said land, via: E Vonellg Henry Pelliam,
FA Bardsley, George Weaherbee, afr of Robl
erts county, T.
WILLUMS, Register.
Lanj Office at Fargo. D. T-, Msy Sth. 1884
Notice is hereby given that the folWrnig named
wttler hue filejl notice qf his in|eatlM co'mUtci
P"»f fa *upjort of his cUt nv and.seem»
final entry thereof pn tbe iathday of June 1B84.
vHU TbomojMaiiikowske, H.tl.,}ltofatoKSr
tbe south half north east qr. and north east or
of northwest qr .eecttop SO.
and north west qr?of
northwest quarter of section 81, township
181, north, range 49. west, and names tbe follow,
lng as Jiis witnisie^ via.: Cail pipe, Aunst
Hoefs, Albert Berndt, Martin Kobazke. All of
HOB4CE AUSTIN, rteglster
SJ&feS
-Hw»i,-•
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Seed Cora!!
JOHN McCULLOCH.
w^iHiipiEToisr,
B^*OHEAP FOR CASH.
x.V
"Parties
Tain1 iCeteiviilg a GAR L6AJ6'6t'
Galvanized, Plain and Barbed. W5
My Bnsbets^YBlldv Mill Cm
SOME SWEET CORN.+
have on Transit a Car Load of NAILS and a Car Load oi
FINE COOK STOVES, at Price to Suit the Times. All at ,,
PIONEER STORE
McCulloch & Eastman
(Successors to E. L. GUILD.)
Wholesale and lletail Dealers in
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Moulding,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Buuildiig Paper,
Paint, Long Timbers a Specialty. Hur customers can rely on
having Dry Lumber, a full assortment at reasonable figures.
Call and Give us a Trial.
J. N. JURGENSEN
(Opposite Merchants Hotel.)
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whipjf
—ANT)—•
BOOTS
•WaJapeton,
WAiEC^ETOlsr.
Notice is h$T
SIGHTED:
AND SHOES.
MX T. li I
—DEALER IN—
Wishing
Jve balay.ee on long time.
—AND-
Town Lots,
CALL AND SEE.^1
to buy lots can have the same tor part cash and
DAKOTA.
of Richland County, that all de­
linquent taxes for the years
1876,1877,1878, 1879, 1880
and 1881,
which are not paid by the 1st day
of June, 1884, will be collected
by distress, as the county commis
sioners insist that the county
treasurer collect these taxes ac
cording to law.
JOHN N. DEANS,
I'RANK:
E. DaviSm
*•*. ."v. ar,
Oounty Commissioners.
Baal rpfooT lw Mpport.'iofihta claim
May 8tia8M,'Vl*: ALKY A. KLUPKA, H, «.
No.8818tor,the,,pw*,"flf section 10, township
1881 Imttge St.*
He .jUimea the- folkrarinK witnesaes to
prove we, continuous residence upon, and
eulUvfctton of, said1 land' via:, Majk Btrlak
Theodore Bombpskey, N. Davis Jr» Samaol H.
Swasey all.of Roberts and Richland counteis
I: COWllitlAMS,
•8 -H Mi-'1 Hegliter^
Land office at Fargo, D. T.,. April 14th, 1884
oticeis hereby Kivep that tbe following named
settler has filed notice of her intention to make
final proof ln support of her claim and secure
flnal entry thereof on the 18th day of lane
1884, vis: JENNIE PITT8, D. 8. No. 1458!, for
the n| swV and Jots 1,8 apd 8, of aoctlon 80.
township 180 north, range'60 west, and nnmes
the rollnwinK as her witnesses vir: W. Mar.
quette, Charles Farley, David 8tlne, S. Whitney,
all of Richland connty. D. T. The teiitlmony
will Vi taken
1Jefore J. H. Miller, oteric of the
district court fit hla office in Wahpeton, D. T„
on the lOtb day of Jnne 1884. Ana you Hlrain
Staples whbflled 8. No. 14785 for the above
described laud are hereby notified to appear be
fore J. H. Miller, clork of the .district coert in
Wahpeton, I). T. on the 10th day of Jnne, 1884,
show cause why: Jennte Pitta ahall not
and
make proof.
n8.
N.B. EASTMAN.
give „r
the highest, bidder for cash, at the front door of
the cburt houM In the village of Wahpeton, In
snid county and territory on the 81st day of
Jnne AD 1861, at the hour ol 10 o'clock a of
said day, the real estate and mortgaged prem
ises directed by said decree to oe sold and
therein described as follows, to-wit: All of the
sex of section 4 township 138, range 51, Rich,
land Co. T, to satisfy said judgment, and
costs of said action, and.$25 attorney's foes as
stipulated in said decree, amounting in all to
$688.20 together with the costs and expenses of
said sale, and interest on said amount from the
85th day ot April, 1884, at the rate of 10 per cent,
per annum.
Dated at Wahpeton, Dak, 9th. May, 1884.
MPPROPPER,
Sheriff' of Richland Co, Dakota
BLAN'DING & HACKETT,
Atty'g of Mtg'ee. nO
[Fi(St publication May 16.]
Mortgage Sale.
Default has been made in the conditions of a
certain mortgage executed and delivered
Ernest Holzhaner and Bertha Holzhaner, hi
wife, morgagors, to Nathanial D. Fisher, mort
gagee. dated the 83d day of May A. D. eighteen
nundrel and eighty one, and recorded us a mort:
nf deeds of tbe
whici...
Mortgage Sale.
Default having been made in the conditions ott
a certain indentere Of mortgage made'and ex.
ecuted by Robert ft Powrie and Janet. Todd
Powrie, his wife, mortgagors, unto Helen M.
Cook,.mortgagee, dated the 26th day of June,
1888, and recorded in the office of the register of
deeds of Richland county, territory of Dakota,
on the 5th day of July, 1888, at 7 o'clock p. m.
in book of mortgage deeds, on pagfe 158
which said mortgage was given to secure thei
payment of the sum of five hundred dellarsi
payable en the 86th day of June, 1887, with in
terest payable semi annually ou the the first
dnys of January and July of each year, fat the
rate of nine per cent per annum. And whereas,
default lias been made in-the payment or
t\yenty-two and 50.100 dollars, interest which
became due on the fir»t day of January, 1884
And whereas, said mortgage has, under the
I terms and conditions of said mortgage and by
reason of said default, elected to .declare the
whole of said mortgage debt .due and payable
immediately and there is claimed to be due
and is due upon the said mortgage, at the date
of this notice, the sum of five hundred, twenty,
seven and 87-100 dollars. And no proceedings
having been had or instituted at law1.or other
wise to recover the amount secured by said
mortgage or any part thereof.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a power
of sale in said mortgage contained and there,
with recorded, and pursuant to the statute in
such case made and provided, said mortgage
will be foreclosed, and the lands and premises
therein described lying and being situated in
said county oi Richland, territory of Dakota,
Viz:
The southwest quarter of section thirty
of township No. one hundred and thirty.
'1381 north, of range No. fifty-one [51]
west."of fhe fifth principal meridian, containing
one hundred and fbrty.fi ve and 80-100 acres, more
or less, according to the government survey
wiU^e sold by the sheriff of said Richland connty,
at public auction to the highest bidder for cash
at the front door ol the postoffice in the city ot
Wahpeton, in said county, on Saturday
the ,31st day of ftlny, 1884, at 10 o'clock
a. m. of that day, to pay and satisfy
the amount that will then be due on said
mortgage and the debt thereby secured luclud.
ing interest and the cost and expenses ol sale in*
eluding fifty dollars attorneys' fees as stipulated
in aliiil mortgage.
[30],
two
Dated February 6tli, 1884.
HELEN M. COOK. Mortgagee.
Everdell & Valentine. Att'ys for Mortgagee. n8
(First publication April 18.)
A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bottle of
Bhiioh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Sold
at Miller's. April 18 8
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY—a postive
curt for Catarrh, Diphtheria and -Canker
Mouth. At Miller's. April 188
THE
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a
Minneapolis
-AND—
Manitoba
RAILWAY,
WITH IT8
1,400 MILES OF ROAD
is the only line extending through the
ifS
••d tSat'
HORACE AU8TIN,
Register.
Sheriffs Sale.
is
Territory of Dakota,
County of Rlcfiland.
-In District Court, 3d judicial district.
Geo AJ)ockstader,
vs
Pan! Kramer.
By virtue ol a judgment and decree of fore*
closure and Sale made in the above entitled ac.
tion on. the 28th day of April, AD 18S4, a col
of which has Deen by me recvived with order
for me to enforce the same. Now therefore, by
virtue or said decree and order, I, the subscrib
er aheriff ol Richland county, Dakota territory,
for that purpose, duly appointed," do hereby
notice that I will sell at public auction to
•been madi la ibt
mortfage «Mcat«daM4
BtlM.mortffMoc.io:
diy ttf A
afsssssssssssr
the eoanty of Riefatand.intbe territ
|tot»« on the Slrt dar orOctoiMr,^
o*«|ock ».,m.|n
BBOandl^ndton
tit thfe date of thts notlf*, the «U6iit Of
dred thirty two fi-tOO dolSn,ahd i)
-roceedlr- -si -.-j.
.d,
of
fie
of
'P
ne
8
unt
Aith
the interest tiieiv..., una costs ,r.i.A's of
sale, and fifty dollars attorney's fees, ns
stipulated in said mortgage in case of fore,
closure
The premises described in said mortgage, and
so to be sold, are the lot, piece or parcel of
land situated in the county of Richland and
territory of Dakota and known and described
as follaws, to-wit:. The south half [bJ] of the
north east quarter [nex] of section 38 and the
south half of the north west [nw&J quarter of
section 33, :11 in township one hundred thirty'
one of range forty-nine, containing l60acreB.
NATHANIEL D. FISHER,
HAZEN & CLEMENT, Mortgagee.
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Dated April 16th, 1884. u3
(First publication April 85.)
I
TO ALL PRINCIPAL FOISTS Iff
BED RIVER VALLEY,
NORTHERN MINN.,
NORTHERN DAKOTA,
.. iuf .. "'i to
Devil's Lake «n4 Turtle Mountain
Districts,
9,000,000 Acres
'Government Lands! i-.v
v' -ni:,
JSVl
lo *ny a
incerelntfveto.^he purchase of lands,
tlpoWiprV® Any particular
"""esseii to that department.
ietji dMcriblng the roonntiy,
tpujtintgte,, jaailed fMe
traci obohid oe«
Mops'
•sgrntesf^
duress by
iA$ B.-IOMpKu^:
and ImtpigrauUni^^r.
lisnii'
CH.WAB»N.
1. WAWMW)
OewWUrassengor Agent
JJt. P. M. (H, R'y, Mipi
proceeding has been lnstUatrf at law «,1*
uity torecover the. debt AiiMnwtMK^
tower ofsalecontali
he statute in such Om. in.ii. .uu viwuim*
•aid mottgkgewillbe forecloeed byauleof the
mortgaged premises. the«in .descrlMd, which
sale will be made at- the frent door of tne tout
house the city of Wabpeioam the coanty of
Richland and territory 6( Dakota, at pnbHe
aucUon by the sherlfirors^ld conBty,',ror :6y. his
deputy duly appointed as agent ln sald .lnatra.
ment for that purpose on Saturday-1beSlst day
of May, A. D. eighteen hundred and.eighty four
at 8.O'clock In tbe afternoon, to satisfy the
amonttt which shaU then be due on eald mort
gage, with tbelnterest thereon, and costs and
ezpensen of sale,, and Atty 4ollars attorney's
fees, as stipulated in said mortgage in' case of
foreclosure.
The premises described in aald mortgage, and
so to be sold are the lot, piece or parcel oi lakd
situated in (he county or Richland and territory
ofDakota'hnd known and described as follows,
to-wit: The south-east quarter (ai)t) of aec.
tnirty-one
west of the
ng one hundred
sixty (160) acres more or less according to the
United States survey.
GEORGE L. STORES,
MILLER ft GREEN, Mortgage*.. ..
Attorneys for mortgagee.
Dated Fargo, D. T., April 10,1884.
(First publication April lfl.) .,
Mortgage Sale.
Default has been made In the conditions of a
certain mortgage executed and delivered by
Walter L. Stine mortgagor, to George L. Storer
Mortgagee, dated the 80th day of October, A D.
eighteen hundred and eighty and recorded ti
mortgage in the ofilce or register.of deeds^ oT the
county of Richland and territory of Dakota on
the 81st day of October A. D. 1880, at 8 o'clock
a. m., In book of mortgages, on pages 557 and
8 and 9 on Which there is claimed to be doe at the
date of thts notice the amount of live hundred
thirty-two and 78-100 dollars, and no isetion. or
proceeding has been instituted at law or-in
equity to recover the debt secured by said mort.
gage or any part thereof.
Noticp is hereby given, that by virtue of a
powor of sale contained in said mortgage, and
of the statute in such case, made and provided,
the said mortgage wiljJRpifreclosed hy a sale or
the mortgaged jMpiises therein de.
scribed, which salewW^he imtde at the front*
door ot tbe court houtwjfc. the Cltf of Wahpeton
in the county of Richland and, twritoro of.Da
kota at public unction by the' Sherlfr of said
connty, or by his deputy duly appointed as
agent
in snid instrument for that purpose on 8aturaay
the 31st day of May A. D. eighteen hundred and
eighty-four at two o'clock In the afternoon to
satisfy tbe amount which shall then be dne on
said mortgage, with the interest thereon and
costs and expenses of sale, and fifty dollars at
torney's fees, as stipulated in said mortgage in
case of foreclosure.
The premises described in said mortgage, and
so to be sold are the lot, piece or parcel of land
situated in the connty of Richland and territory
of Dakota, and known and described as follows,
towit: The northeast quarter (nety) of section
ndred a
hundred and sixty (160) acres, more or less, ac
cording to the United States survey.
GEORGE L. STORER,
MILLER It GREENE, Mortgagee.
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Dated Fargo. T, April 10,1884. n8
(t lrst publication April 18.)
Land Office at Watertown, D. T.,- March—,
1884. Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final prook in support or his claim, and
that said proof will be made before J.'H. Miller,
clerk of the district court, at Wahpeton, D. T.,
on May 80,1884, Viz: WALTER G. HUBBARD,
H. E. No. 18516, for the south east quarter or
section 89. township 139. range —, He names
the following witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon and cultivation of said land, vis:
Herbert B. Taylor, W. H. Phillips, Perry John,
son, W. H. Taylor, all of Roberts county, D. T.
nlw6 C. G. WILLIAMS, Register,
Laud office at Fargo, D. T., May 5th, 18m.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of. his claim and
secure final entry thereof on the gfith day. of Jane
1884, viz: ANDREW OLSON, D. S,, No. 15131, for
the southeast quarter or section 17, township
130, north, range 49. west, and names this Ibllow.
ing as his witnesses, viz.: Oliver B. Spear,.Pearl
H. Spear, Pearl E. Spear, Peter Kloeppel. All of
Richlai.d county, D.T. The testimony will b«
taken before j. H. Miller, Clerk of the Dlstriv.t
Court, at Wahpean, D. T., on the 28d day of
June, 1834. HORACE AUSTIN,.
6 ...Register,
SHILOH'S CURE will immediately. relieve
croup, Whopping cough and gronchltU.. *Pl4
by Henry Miller. April 18 8
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