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The Wahpeton Times
Formerly Red Btwr Fm Pra», Established jgri)
OmOAL PAPlEOf CITT AND 0QUMTY
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Published Friday's,TimxsBotldiko,Wahpeton,
Richland coanty, Dakota. Subscription: fl.OOi
In the coanty, and «1.85 .outside the coanty,
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V3T And aside from the above facts, The
Times is the official paper of Richland county
and of the city of Wahpeton, thus making it ab
solutely essential to every tax payer in the
connty, to say nothing of the above advantages.
It is a man's duty to place his money where it
will earn to him and his family the greatest and
best advantages.
Mr. Sperry, the sprig, has de
clined the receivership at Bismarck,
and G. H. Smith of Geneva, N. Y.,
has been apppinted.
Minneapolis and Stillwater played
a good game of base-ball last week.
The score stood two runs for the lat
ter and one for the former. Twelve
innings were played.
The Greely party has been found,
seven, including Greeley, are alive
and eighteen have starved to death.
They were found five miles off of
Cape Sabin in Smith's sound, by the
steamers Thetis and Bear, and
landed at St. Johns, New Foundland,
yesterday. Greely abandoned Fort
Conger, August 8th, 1883, and
reached the point where found Oct.
21st, following, all well. But since
that time have had but little to live
on, and members of the party com
menced to die about the first of Jan
uary, and from that time on grad
ually dropped away. Twelve dead
bodies are rescued and are being
brought back. Had the relief steam
ers been forty-eight liouls later, the
whole party would have been beyond
recovery, it being a close call as it
was. The government is to pay a
reward of 825,000 to the rescuing
parties. The privations, suffering
and search for food by the poor fel
lows, is a sad story.
The Democratic convention nom
inated Gov. Cleveland for president
and Thomas A. Hendricks of Indi
ana for vice-president. In early life
Cleveland studied law and became
city-attorney of Buffalo, was then
made sheriff of Erie couuty, then
mayor of Buffalo and subsequently
governor of New York, which place
he now fills. Was made such by a
very large majority, but it was at a
time when the independent republi
cans of that state desired to punish
their bosses, and they did it in ex
cellent shape. Of course the demo
crats pass by all their able and ex
perienced men in the hope that
Cleveland will carry New York.
But the great body of independents
who voted for governor, now have a
candidate for president, in Blaine,
who represents their principles, and
every man of them will vote for him.
The truth is, there is no compari
son to be made between Blaine and
Cleveland as to statesmanship. The
former is known to be competent
and possessed of correct princi
ples whereas Cleveland's admin
istration is pronounced a failure so
far as ability is concerned and again
he has succeeded in getting a very
large proportion of the laboring
class of voters down on him from
his leaning toward the money pow
er and monopolists. Tammany
fought bim bard at the covention,
John Kelley says he cannot carry
Sew York and that he repudiates
fb* ticket. The fchances are that
fayty thonaand voters
tin this fight, and
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Extra tor Space on
Legal and Land Office Notices published at
enrrent rates.
Locnl and Editorial Notices, ten cents per
lino -first Insertion, and five cents each subse.
fluent Insertion.
Transclent advertisements iftust be paid fortn
advance In order to secure insertion. Home
advertisements pnyablrf monthly.
Articles and Letters, brier, interesting and
pointed, are solicited.
The Tiara is sent to subscribers until nn
explicit order is received by the Publisher for its
discontinuance and all payment of arrearages is
made as required by law.
Address, The Times,
Wahpeton. Dakota.
The Columns oC,Thb Times are
open to all who
desire a candid discussion of questions of inter
est to the people of Richland county, but of
course we do not hold ourselves responsible for
a correspondent's opinions.
Let the journalist defend the doctrine or the
party which he approves, let him criticise und
condem the party which he does not approve, re
serving always his right to applaud his op
ponents or censure his friends, as the truth may
require, and he will be independent enough for
freecountry .—[Garfield.
FRIDAY, JULY 18,1884.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Farmers and others should remember that we
furnish Thi:Timesandeither the weekly Pion°er.
Press, St. Paul Globe or Minneapolis Tribune for
the very low price of two dollars per year,—or
TheTimesin the county for one dollar per yea r,
In advance. This it really a splendid offer, and
it is being taken by the farmers very much to
their and our satisfaction. We publish no "pat
ent" and feel certain that the subscriber gets
donble for his money by accepting our offer than
he would did we publish a patent for the same
money.
«f
whole give Blaine a good round vote,
while the great body of middle men
of New York, as such, will be found
voting for the irrepressible Blaine,
defined principles and success.
The democrats have no principles,
no platform and an unknown man
for standard bearer. It seems that
had the republicans set up the demo
cratic ticket and surrounded it with
the sort of backing it has, could
not have made it more favorable to
to themselves than the democrats
have done.
(Crowded out last week,)
Governor Gil. Pierce.
"We congratulate the people of
Dakota upon the appointment of
Colonel Gilbert A. Pierce as Gover
nor of that great Territory. They
are assured an energetic and clean
administration. No rings, cliques,
or corporations can use Governor
Pierce. He is a gentleman whose
public and private carter is without
as tain.* His friends are legion, his
accomplishments are varied, and his
ability unquestioned," etc., etc.
The above is from the Centralia
Sentinel, Marion county, Illinois,
and seems to speak from authority,
but is rather a boistrous notice to
give a man in Mr. Pierce's circum
stances, at present. A man that
was never heard of at large until his
appointment. And in the face of so
much testimony showing that he
bolted not only Garfield's nomina
tion four years ago, but Blaine's the
other day, and was connected with
newspapers that threw mud of the
worst description on those occasions
against upright men, it is a singular
thing that any one would be simple
enough to say that "no rings, cliques
or corporations can use Gov. Pierce."
It would look more wise to wait and
see if lie can resist them. The Grant,
Conkling and Arthur clique was the
most damnable that ever disgraced
this country, and Gov. Pierce is a
relic of this faction, created through
the disregard of the best interests
of the Dakota people and in direct
violation of an important feature in
the late republican platform. Da
kota is for Blaine and broad gauge
American principles, and the new
governor may prepare to act ac
cordingly. However, notwithstand
ing the present situation of affairs,
the people of Dakota will give Gov
ernor Pierce a fair trial, and no mis
take and no one wishes him a suc
cessful administration more than
does
Tiie Times.
Tlie "Ward Murderers.
The murderers of the Ward boys
are on trial at Grand Forks separate
ly, the first one tried being B. W.
Lair. Early in the proceedings, one
Dick Turpin turned states evidence
and made the following confession
Turpin took the stand and testitied, that lie
knew the Wards and defendants well, and that
lie was with tiiem the night they were killed. He
met Uline and Bell, in front of the Syndicate
Block, and Uline gave him a shotgnn and sever
al rounds of ammunition. They waited then for
half an hour for the others to come when Will
Farrington drove up with the rest. Uline then
asked tliem whether they were ready to co
down and move the Ward boys off the ahiicfe.
They all said they were. Uline said Bell must
thrasli Fred Ward. They then went to Led ford's
and took liim in. B. W. Lair, defendant, had the
rifle. When they came to Ward's shack they
got out. He went around to the back part. The
rest stood around in a circle. Bell then went up
to the door and told tliem to come out, that he
was prepared to move tliem off. There was
some cursing inside then. The next Bell came
out either pushing Fred Ward out or they were
scuffling. They fought around to the side where
I was, and I saw Fred draw a revolver on Bell,
when 1 shot him. He stairgered over towards the
corner of the shack where he leaned against it
and fell. The rest commenced tiring on the
shack. I heard Charley Ward call out "I give
up.'' He soon ran out and down towards the
Bell shack. B. W. Lair was about a yard in
front of me. He kneeled down and took deliber.
ate aim and shot Charley Ward. I said to him,
that was a cowardly trick. He said he didn't
shoot him. About that time Klliott was let up
and he ran away. Ledford said to me "Shoot
the s— of a ."
C. If. Davis of St. Paul and the
noted Wm. Erwin are conduting the
defense, and District Attorney Ball
assisted by a lawyer from Chicago
named VanArman are conducting
the prosecution. It is said that both
sides have displayed much ability in
the case thus far, having rested the
same Tuesday, when Judge Hudson
in the course of his charge to the
jury, said:
The controversey between Mr. Bell and the
Ward boys over this claim is not involved in this
WAHPETON GROCERY
ORANGES, RAISINS,
LEMONS. PRUNES,
BANANAS, DATES,
Over W. A: Seely fc Co's Ware Rooms, Wahpeton, Dakota.
Photographing in all Styles, and Enlargingin "Water, Ink & Crayon.
.TvV War* Wurrakted. Hm
D. M. Bosenerants,
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trial. You have nothing It do with that. Ton
could not adJast it, If you elMld atUmpt it
Whatever the merits of that controversy
raay
have beeacannot now aflbct the. guilt or Inno-
the proper form and not on this trial.
He stated this proposition In (elation to the
principle of self-defense:
If yon And from the evidence that after the
deceased, Charles Ward, had ceased firing rrom
the door, he cried out that he gave up or surrend
ered
.which was heard by those on the outside,
ana no was told to com* out and did come oat
and ran from the shack in an attempt to escape,
and yoa find that when some distance from the
shack he was shot and killed, this was murder,
and nothing that had occored previously
furnished any justification for the killing, either
by way of self.defense or otherwise—if this fact
be troe« the time for »eif*defense io be neccess*
ary had passed.
Since the above was put in type
we understand that Lair has been
acquitted by the jury. /From this
distance it seemed that at least Lair
was likely to be punished, but now
it would seem that the whole gang
will be acquitted, and another great
wrong go unpunished. From the
start it seemed that fate was against
the Wards, the first men of the com
munity lead in the riot against them
^nd the jury has been made up of
men sympathizing with the murder
ous grng. This is more evidence
showing the jury system to be a
standing menace to civilization and
an encouragement to murder.
Agricultural Association.
The regular monthly meeting of the Richland
County Agricultural Association met in the
Opera house at Wahpeton, Saturday July 18th.
Called to order by President Samuel Taylor, and
in the absence of the Secretary, N. Davis Jr.,
was chosen to act in that capacity.
Report of committee on twine was called for
and in the absence of Mr. Stebblns, Mr Miller
gave the result of his correspondence with the
diflterent manufacturers.
Mr Taylor from committee on elevators gave
to the association the plans of and what is re
quired from the farmers by the Northwestern
grain dealers association to secure the building
of elevators. Reports from the various branch
clubs was then read by the secretary.
Park Township, Wyndmere, Fairmeunt and
Berlin, showed a large membership and still in
creasing. D. Johnson offered the
following reso.
Iution which was adopted:
Resolved that we the Richland County Agri
cultural Association appeal to the Chamber of
Commerce of Wahpeton to call a meeting of its
members to consider the desirability of support
ing one railroad only for the purpose of import
ing and exporting to and from Wahpeton and its
surrouudiugs,
President Taylor and H. C. N. Myhra were ap
pointed a committee to visit Walcott for the
purpose of organizing a club in that town. On
motion of Captain Wilcox, the president and
secretary were instructed to have the Constitu
tion and by-laws published in the German and
Scandinavian languages. On motion of W. D.
Blanding, Mr Andruswas requested to read his
poem entitled "Our Liberty on motion the
poem was ordered to be printed.
[Owing to the late hour of having received the
poem, have been obliged to cut off fourteen of
the first stanzas. However, would have much
preferred to publish it all.
Ed
On this continent, heboid!
Three great conflicts were foretold,
Not by prophets, old and sage,
But gleaned from history's page.
Two are now already past.
And the third is coming fast
Ay, the toe is now in sight
Are you ready for the light?
Will you, like the brave stark, say,
'•If we do not win to-day,
All our wives shall widows be
We will die for liberty."
If you are as firm and true,
Then there are no fears for yon,
And your children are secure
For our freedom will endure.
Wrongs have multiplied so fast
That their shadows fall at last,
Entering the farm house door
Of the wealthy and the poor
All now feel the cruel sway
Of monopolies to-day.
Men like Crasus have in hand
Too much gold at their command.
Farmers with the sun-burnt cheek,
In the name of Heaven, speak!
Yon have rights you must protect
Only cowards would neglect.
It is time for a reform:
Up at once, and face the storm!
Man, yourselves, the ship of state,
Grasp the helm, before to late.
Politics must not divide
Thrust the cunning creeds aside:
They have led you Tar astray,
Else no fears of 'wrong to-day.
Trusted men have quite forgot
They are of the common lot.
Only raised by your good-will
To the stations that they till.
You have heard freedom's alarm
Shield it with the brain and arm.
Monopoly's rule is strong
Grapple with the giant wrong.
You cannot submit and live
On the pittance that they give
Let the world now understand,
It is you who rule the land.
Rise! oh, tillers of the soil
Crafty politicians foil!
With the weapons of the free
Rests the only hope for thee.
Have your ballots written plain
or the men who will maintain,
In the legislative hall,
Equal justice for us all.
When the scales of justice turn,
Will these facts the purse-prond learn
Though the farmers' hands be hard,
They now hold the winning card.
Having always faith in God.
They will bow before his rod
But when tyrants are in sight.
They are ready for the fight.
D. W. Ahdrus.
Mooreton, Richland Connty, D. T., June 10, 18&4.
Judge R. B. Meyers and N. Davis Jr., were
elected to attend the convention to be held in
Moorhead on the 15th and 16th inst. President
Taylor submitted the following: To the Rich
land Connty Agricultural Association—Gentle,
men:
Regarding our association as co-workers to
APPLES, FIGS,
SPICES, Evaporated PEACHES,
CIDER, Evapoarted APRICOTS,
VINEGAR, Evaporated PRUNELLS,
CHEESE, Evaporated APPLES,
COFFEE, DRIED APPLES,
All Kinds of Nuts and Confectionery,
CURTIS & CO.
JVe
a Cnli.
Artist.
•oppress wrongvdestroy corrupt ring* and to
assist in building up the financial condition and
credit of Richland county^I hereby submit a
resolution ibr yonr consideration und adoption!
Whereas: The Chamber of Commerce on\fhe
20th of March 1884, did by petition ask the
commissioners, to have the records of Rici
coanty over banled. Finding this of no
Judge Hudson was appealed to and he nrn§.in
writing the necessity of a thorough investigation,
The request has likewise received tto- attention
from the commissioners.
Whereas: 8everaI efforts have beon made by
petition of our citizens tf the commissioners
of Richland county to have the records of the
cocnty examlnedand as no definite action has
been taken npon their petition, therefore be It
resolved, lBt, That we the members of the Rich
land County Agricultnrnl.Assoclatlon condemn
the course pursued by the county commission
ers and as tax-payers we claim the right to pe
tition for the redress of wrongs and urge their
Immediate action whereby the records of'the
county can be thoroughly inspected by two om.
petent and disinterested persons. Adopted.
On motion meeting adjourned nntil Saturday,
July 26th. N. Davis, Jr.,
NOTICE.
To the Farmers of Richland and
Wilkin Counties.
We have leased the Woodruff &
Giddings building on Dakota Ave.
opposite the Headquarters Hotel, in
Wahpeton, where you can at all
times find a full supply of our Har
vesters, Twine Binders, and Mow
ers, Wire and Twine for Binding,
and repairs for all our machines.
We ask you to call and see our ma
chinery before purchasing. We will
give you the best machines manu
factured at the lowest prices ever
soid at before. You can save money
by burchasing direct from the man
ufacturer. llespectfully yours.
McCormiclc Harvesting Machine
Company. By
M. Siieeiian,
nl2 General Agent.
Mortgage Sale.
Whereas default has been mnde in the condi
tions of a certain mortgace executed and deliv
ered by HERBERT L. McCLUSKEY (single),
mortgagor, to F. T. DAY, mortgagee, dated the
2d day of June in tlie year of our Lord one thous
and eight hundred eighty-three and recorded as
a mortgage in tha office of the register of deeds
of the coanty ef Richland in the Territory of Da
kota, on the 4th day of June A. D. 1883, at 2
o'clock in the afternoon, in book of mort
gages, on page 426, on which there is claimed to
be due, at the date of this notice, the s.motltit of
fifty dollars ($50), and no action or proceeding
lias been instituted at law or in equity to recover
the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part
thereof.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by
virtue of a power of sale contained in said mort
gage, and of the statute msuch case made and
provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed,
by a sale of the mortg iged premises therein de.
scribed, which sale will be made at the front
door of the court house in town of Wahpeton in
the county of Itichland and territory of Dakota,
at public auction, by the sheriff of said county,
or by his deputy, on Saturday the sixtli day of
September in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred eighty-four at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, to satisfy the amount which shall then
be due on said mortgage, with the interest there
on, and costs and expenses ol sale, and twenty
five dollars attorney's fees, as stipulated In said
mortgage in case of foreclosure.
The premises described in said mortgage, and
so to be sold, are the piece or parcel of Bind situ
ated in the county of Richland and territory of
Dakota, and known and described as follows,
to-wit: The north west quarter [n of sec
tion No. six [6] in township No. one hundred
and thirty three |_133] north, in range No. fourty
nine [49] west, containing one hnndred and
sixty-six and 81-100 acres according to the
United States government survey thereof.
Dated July 14th. A. D. 1884. nl5
F. T. DAY,
LAUDER & WOLFE, Mortgagee.
Attorneys for mortgagee.
(First publication July 18.)
THE
Minnesota House
BRECKINRIDGE, MINNESOTA.
O. E. BRONSON, Propr.
Comfortable Stabling attached.
Corner Third Street and Minnesota avenue.
SHILOH'S COUGH.and consumption cure is sold
by us on a guarantee. It cures consumption
At Miller's drug store. Aprilllnl
A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bottle of
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Sold
at Miller's. April 182
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY—a postive
cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker
Mouth. At Miller's. April 182
SHILOH'S CURE will immediately relieve
croup, Whooping cough and Bronchitis. Sold
by Henry Miller. April 18 2
OWEX FARGUSSON.
Grail Commission Mercian,
DULUTH, MINN.
Cash advances on consignments lor sale in Du
luth, or for shipment to eastern markets.
Correspondence invited & consignments solicited
It Is purely Vegetable.
It removes all Inflamation.
It throws off all Morbid Matter*
It heals the Lung Tissue.
It is Soothing in Its Nature.
It relieves a Cough Instantly.
It is eold on a guarantee,
If not relieved, your money will bd
refunded.
Ask your Druggist or Store-keeper for
it
SPINK & CO.,
Proprietory
Wahpeton Bottlin
«4,^, C. ,£nt Up
POP
and
C3-
Will Herd Cattle.
Peter Tliill asks Tlie Times to
state that he is preparing to herd
cattle for those of the Wahpeton
population desiring such service this
summer. He has the horses and
other facilities for the work. Be
sides in the vicinity of the brewery.
Terms will be found liberal. 48
Sboes for Everybody.
Pius Henger has made many im
provements in his line of business,
FRANK BRATJN & BROTHER
DEALERS
tv-ii v,
G-IHSTG-IEIR/ ALB,
Are Enabled to Supply Northern Dakota and Minnesota and
Guarantee Satisfaction in Price and Goods.
Scherden Bros, & Shepard.
Geo. H. White
(Successor to T. L. FRENCH.)
AGENT FOB THE LIGHT BURNING
New Warrior Mowers,* Ames' Stra\y Burning Engines and Separators
Casady Sulky Plows,Wagons, Hay Rakes, Breakeis, Crossing
Plows, Sewing Machines, Buggies, etc., etc., etc. 1
Repairs Constantly on Hand.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA
KOTSCHEVAR BROS
—DEALERS IN—
Crockery, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps
Hats and Caps, Flour and Feed. USfPCasli paid for Grain and Fur
and all Farm Produce.
KOTSCHEVAR BROS. Sell Cheap for Cash
DEALS IN
FARM MACHINERY,
"Vaxx Braairt Seeders,
Brunt, Wagons, J. I. Case Steam and Horse
Power Threshers.
And a" Frill Lftie of Repairs of all our Machinery kept constantly on hand,*
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XXA-IEC.
Agent for the
Empire Twine Binder, Empire Mower, The Everlasting Steel Tooth
Harrow, The Best Plow in the Market, &c., &c.
I invite careful inspection and solicit a fair share of patronage,
O. H. PERRY, Fairmotmt. Dak.
and can suit any and all in the
matter of boots and shoes. Call and
see him before purchasing elsewhere
He is the only exclusive boot and
shoe dealer in Wahpeton.
Those having Farm Lands which
tliey desire to sell, can probably have
purchasers found by listing their lands
with the Bank of Wahpeton, as thih
Bank is daily receiving a large number
of inquiries, from eastern parties, ccn
cerning Dakota Lands. (50)
NEW HARDWARE STORE,Opposite Bank of Wahpeton
Deals in
GENERAL
HARDWARE
Stores, Tinware. Farming Tools, Pumps, Lend
Pipe, Carpenters, Tools, und everything usually
kept in lirst-ciass hardware store.
Agents for FairMs' Scales.
Wahpeton D.T.,Jan. 13, 1883.
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Notice of Sale
County of Richland.)
Territory of Dakota,)
In DHIr!©* Ooart,
Third Jndlelal Di«iHet^
Hugh L. Felkington and Julius Blit)
back, eo. partners, trading as Pel- PWWaL^wis4
hlngtonfc Company, S
—TS—
Nels 8wankon and Niels Mortens
on,
co-partners, trading as Swanson Defendants.
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ue of an.order of this court, beilrtng dale^
r\ «ooj ff._»u •i o,
Jnly loth, A. D. IfjfM, I will offer for. sale and sell,
to the blithest bidder forcasli at the frontdoor
of B. B. Kishers livery stable in. the town of Wall.
eton In said connty and territory on ttoViorh1'"*
of July, A. D'1834, at 10 o'clock a.m. of^
that day," ... ...
erty, vis:
that day, the followlug described personal pro#¥ww
12stcel beam cross plows, 4 break-v
1 set equalizers, 10 conoavc and cylinder plates,'
5 lays for breaking plows, IS slats for canvas,,
8 coulters, 8 balls twine, 8 wrenches, 1 Iron King
mower, 4 Wood mowers, 1 Buckey Harvester
nnd binder, 1 small frame building on lot 15,
block 15 In the town af Wahpeton, Irakota.
'Signed this 14th day or Jnly, 1884.
eighty-two and recorded as a mortgage iu the
ofllce of register of deeds of the connty of Rich,
land and territory of Dakota on the
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
(first publication July
18.)
Mortgage Sale*
Whereas default has been made in the condi.
tions of a certnin Mortgage, executed nnd deliv
ered by JOHAN GANSEN nnd MARGARETHA,
his wire, mortgagors, to K. T. DAY, mortgag«e,
dnted the tonrt day of May in the year of onr
Lord one thousand eight hundred eighty-three
and recorded as mortgage in the offiice of the
register ol deeds of the county of Richland in
the territory of Dakota, on the 4tli day of May
A. D. 1883, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, In book
Dol mortgages, on page
899, oil which there is
claimed to be due, at the date of this notice, the
amount of thirty-nine dollnrs and ten cents
[$89.lo], and no action or proceeding has been
instituted at law or In equity to recover the
debt secured by said Mortgage, or any na'rt
thereof.
Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given, thnt
by virtue of a power of sale contained in said
mortgage, and of the statute in such case made
nnd provided, tlie said mortgage will be fora.
closed by a sale of the mortgaged premises
therin described, which sale will be made at the
frontdoor of the court house in the town of
Wahpeton in the
county ofRichlnnd and territory
of Dakota, at public auction, by the sheriff of
said county, or by lis deputy, on Saturday the
sixth day of September in the year of onr Lord
one thousand eight hundred eighty-four, nt 10
o'clock in tho forenoon, to satisfy the amount
which shall then be due on said mortgage, with'
the interest thereon, and costs and expenses of
sale, and twenty-tlve dollars attorney's fees, as
stepulated in said mortgage in caso of fore,
closure.
The premises described in said mortgage, and
so to be sold, are the piecos or parcels of land
situated in the county of Richland and territory
of Dakota, and known nnd described as follows,
to-wit: Lots numbered three [3], four £41, five
[51 nnd six [6] in section no. five [61 in town,
ship No. one hundred and thirty [1801 north, in
range no iifty-two [52] west, containing one
hundred and twenty two nnd 80-100.acres, nc.
cording to the United States government survey
tliereoi.
Dated July 14th, A. D. 1884.
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MPPROPPER,
nlfi Sheriff or Richland Co., T. D.
LAUDER WOLFE, Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
Mortgage Sale.
Whereas default hns been mnde in the condi
tions of certain mortgage executed and dellv.
ered by CHARLES ZAHNOW and MAGGIE
asth
day of
October A. D. 1882, at 4 o'clock in the alter
noon, in book of mortgages, on pages 840 on
which there Is claimed to be due at thedate of
this notice the amount of twenty one dollars,
und live Cents ($81.05), and no action or
proceeding has been instituted at law or In
equity to recover the debt secured by said mort
gage or any part'thereof.
Now, therefore notice is hereby given, thnt by
virtue ot npowor of sale contained in said mort
gage, and of the statute in such las* made and
provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by
a sale of tlie mortgaged premises therein de.
scribed, which sale will bo made at the front
door of the court house In the town of Wahpeton
in the county of Richland nnd territory of Da
kota at public auction by the sheriff of said
county, or by his deputy duly appointed as agent
in said instrument for that purpose on Saturday
the Cth day of September in tho year or onr
Lord one thousand eight hnndred and eighty
four at 10 o'clock In tlie forenoon to satisfy the
amount which shall then be dne on said mort
gage, with the Interest there on and costs-and
expenses of sale, nnd twenty-live 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 piece or parcel of land
situated in tlie connty of Richland and territory
of Dakota, and known and described as follows,
lowit: The southwest quarter (swK)of section
No.nineteen(19),in township No.one hundred and
thirty (180) north, in range No. tifty (so) west,
containing one hundred and sixty nnd 82-100
acres, according to the United States govern
survey thereof.
Dated July 14th, A. D. 1884. n2
T.DAY,
LAUDER & WOLFE, Mortgagee.
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P. T. DAY,
LAUDER & WOLFE, Mortgagee.
Attorneys of Mortgagee. nl8
[First publication July 18.]
Mortgage Sale.
Whereas default has been made In the condi
tions of certain mortgage, executed nnd deliv
ered by MARTIN FUCHS [single], mortgagor,
toF. T. DAY mortgagee, dated the 6th day of
May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred eighty-three, nnd recorded ns a mort
gage in the office ol the register of deeds or the
county of Richland in the territory of Dakota,
on the 5th day of Slay, A. D. 1883, at one o'clock
in the afternoon, in book Duf mortgages, on
page 401, on which there is claimed to oe dne, at
the date of this notice, the amount ol thirty nine
dollars nnd twenty cents [fj39.20], nnd nouction
or proceeding has been instituted nt law or in
equity to recover the debt secured by said mort
gage, or any part thereof.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that bjr
virtue of a power of sale contained in said mort
ga ge, and of the statute. in suoh case made nnd
provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed
by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein de
scribed, which sale will be made nt tbfc
door of the court house in the town of Wohpeton
in the county of Richland and territory of
Dakota, at pnbllc auction, by the sheriff of saM
connty, or by his deputy, on Saturday the sixth
day of September, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred eighty-four at 10
o'clock
in the forenoon, to satisfy tthe amount which
shall then be dne on sail mortgage, with the
interest thereon, and costs nnd expenses of sate,
and twenty-live
dollare attorney's fees, as stipul
",ei in said mortgage in ense ol foreclosure.
The premises described in said mortgage, and
to be sold, are the piece or parcel of land
situated in the county ofRichlnnd nnd territory
of Dakota, and known nnd described ns/ollows,
to-wit: The south enst quarter [se M] of sec
tion No. twenty-seven [27] in towncnip No.
one huiidred and thirty [130] north in range No.
forty nine [49] west, containing one hundred
and sixty ac.es according to United States
government survey thereof.
Dated July 14th, A. D. 1884.
Sale.
Whereas default has been made in the condi
tions of a certain mortgage, executed and delir.
red by ANNA A HINQTGEN [single], moHgn
or, to T. DAY, mortgagee, dated the 24th
ay of November in the yenr of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred eighty-two and recorded
as a mortgage in tte office of tne register of
deeds of tho county of Richland In the territory
of Dakota, on the SSth day of November, A- D.
1882,-nt 2 o'clock in the afternoon, In book of
mortgages, on page 268, on which there Is claim
ue, at the date of this notice, the
no
law
said
mortgage, or any part thereof.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, ihat by
virtue of a power of sale contained in said mort
gage, nnd of the statute in such case mnde nnd
irovlded, the said mortgage will be foreclosed
by a. sale, or the mortgnged premises therein tie
scribed, which sale will bo made at the front door
of the court house iu the town of Wahpeton in
the county of Richland nnd territory of Dakota
public auction, by the sheriff of said county,
by his deputy, onSaterday t|»e sixth day or
September in the yenr of onr Lord one thousand
eight hundred eighty-fdhr, at 10 o'cloek In (he.
forenoon, to satisfy the amount which shall the
be dne on said mortgage with the interest
thereon, and casts ana expenses of sale, and
twenty-five dollars attorney's rees.as stipulated'
in said mortgage in case of foreclosure.
The premises described in said mortgace, anil
so to be sold, are the piece «r parcel of land 'aita
ated In :the county of-Rlcland and territory of
Dakota, aud known nnd described as follows.•
to-wit: The sonth east one quarter, (s.-e. JYof
section No. twenty.two [22] In lownshlp Nm
one hnndred and thirty [180] north in range
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F. T. DAY,
LAUDER fc WOLFE, Mortgagee.
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
(First publication July 18.)
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containing one hnndred
acres, according toltovernment
survey tliereoi
Dated July 14th, A. D. 1884.
LAUDER ft WOLFE
Attorney,.forMorigAgee,
(First publication
F. T. )AY,^^
Mortgaged,
publication July 18,),
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