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Mollie Knrhel
Dawson Boll
Cal Bell
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John Boutelie
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I, Smith
Albert McDoiiougli
\nnie Anderson
Oils Anderson
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COUNTY &ADS
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DAKOTA,
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County of liichland,
"Office of County Auditor,
Tuesday, July 17, 1888.—Mem
bers present as before, called to or
derby the chairman.
On motion it was ordered that the
county pauper, John Thompson, of
Abercrotnbie be moved to the hos
pital.
On motion the county auditor was
KAME,
IH Miller
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Peter Lonzen
A E Sunderiiauf
Clias Stuck
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W Number^er
W House
Rich
Adolnh Bessie
Hutchinson
Frank Gray
Miller
Put McCabe ...
Joseph Sclnnitt
O Green
WH Phillips
TIlCO JUI L'CMS
A Kinney
Ida ScliuHz
Bertha Slolleuwork
John Hremlcl
Unlu'l Wcssel
Emil Ponath
Lewis Lansing
Kohert Wcssel
It Andrews
Kvan .liines
Williiun Wurl
Herman Billow
John Scliroedvr
Geo Blado
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Don Clark ..j
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Itoliert A Tyson
Kvan Jones
Mamie Frondl
Willie Froiidt
Tlios Hayden
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Geo Hauly
Wahpeton Telephone Co
Peter Hingtgen
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Clms Fonfure
John Younlie
KK Williamson
Geo Hnfmeisler
lames l'urdon & Co
WH Willardt
60 James Ltehtfoot
GM Nuckolls
It Hankiusoii
Nick Warves
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John Nelson Mercantile Co...
Olaus Olson
OA Alien
Geo VanArnum
1 Brand
Will'oid PaiTher
Neil Campbell
Henry Jones
John Smith
W Hilliard
Henry Jones
Rlekert & Lynch
N Jurgenson
Anton GillesfcCo
W Cope
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Ulrich Berg
S Larson
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Jacob Schweitzer
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Geo Medwed
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GeoW Nuckolls
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Thomas Coiiden
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Wahpeton Water Co
John Weicher
Pratt & Lawrence
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Anton Mikache...:
Jens Johnson
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Matthias Butala
Ulrich Berg
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788 Win Nortliey
589 E Morrill
780 Peter Lenzen
7S1 A Marqnardt
788 0 A FOBS
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Oliver Davidson
785 Stewart
730 W Spaulding
787GF Wilson
788 LL Brusletten
789 A Springer
740 The Plaiudealer
741 Bell
748 CS Mopres
743 OK Ulsuker
744 8 8nyder
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749 Geo Barnard Co
750 W. Cope
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Belford Township that the
across th6 Wild Aice river between
section 21 and 22,131, 50, known as
the "Klawetter1' bridge needs re
pairs and strengthening and that It
is the duty of the road overseer of
the district in which the bridge is
located to do such repairing and
that the Township of Belford will
be held responsible for any damages
done or accidents at said bridge.
WHAT FOIl.
Sleriirs fees
Fees on insanity commission
Just'co fees justice report
Salary
Constable feeR justice report
Klcction returns
Fees us Superintouden of schools, salary &. rent
Kent to paupers
Justice lees just We report..
Kent to pauper*
Justice foes justice report
Sherlirs fees
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Quarters salary as judge of probate
Fees on insanity commission, ain't cPm'd $75.60
do do do anrt cl'mM £Gi-G0
Services to county ]»n pers
Butter and eugs bought for county Hospital....
Services as matron of county hospital
Prepartions for burial and grave digging
Painting and lettering 50 bridge pigiis
Making and material for bridge signs, oilier w'k
Meat furnished to pauper Thompson
Boarding county pauper months
Merchandise furnished pauner Thompson...
do do do do Dolesky
Kent two and ,y mouths pauper Thomysoft
Merchandise furnished to pauper Thompson...
Colin for pauper King
Hall rent forelccliou
Merchandise furnished paupers und hospital...
Printing for county
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Com'i'8 servisos and committee work
Committee work on bridges
Merchandise to pauper l'iencu
Printing election noiice
Printing minutes of county board meeting
Meat to paupers Mrs Jentges and Heiter
Fixing up assessment books, etc
Hardware furnished county.....
Dentist work county pauper
Telephone rent for county
Furnishing milk io Mrs Heiter
Fees as register of deeds
Ice furnished county hospital
Boarding pauper lCuxenek and work for county
Watching sick pauper and boarding found, child
Seal for county
Kent for county pauper
Merchandise to pauper Mrs Keiicr
Meat to Mrs Heiter,.leulges,Thompson,Kobinsou
Work for pauper Thompson
Medical instrument furnished to county pauper
Mdse to county pauper A Miller
Mdse to paupers Mrs Annan and Kitsch
Wood, w'ter for BJrs Thompson.Golden, Vrleske
Mdse for pauper Lewis Olson
Constable fees coroner's report
Flection returns
House rent 2 fleciions
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Wood to county iiospital ". V."
Salary as county physician
Bridge rccnrilin^ as percoutraci
Mciidini jail liauimocks
Siloes to Pauper Mrs Keiter
Fees as clerk oi ciiiiil "i.
Fees on insanity comniissiou
Kiection returns
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Com itice work
Commissioners services
Deputy sheriirs fees
Water to pauper Tlioni|ison
Work l'or pauper Thompson
Salary
Kxpress charges paid
Water rent to county
Salary as janitor :.
Mediclhcs to county
Kieclion returns
Mdse to county paupers
Keeping couuty pauper BOIson
Mdse to comity
Two months salary
Seed wheat to pauper l.eineu
Keeping pauper ad (|iiarter
Fcss insanity commission
Furniture
Lumber furnished county
Two months salary and rent
On nccount of bridge contract
com'rs services
anil committee work
Committee work 011 bridges
Rent for county paupers
Committee work 011 bridges
Co com'rs services
Seed wheat to Bosofsky
Meat to hospital
Job work acd printing for county
Work for pauper Leinen
Klcction returns
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On motion it was resolved to let
the job of re-setting the bridge
across the Wild Itice river between
section 13 and 18, 134, 48, which
bridge was carried off its founda­
Tin*IsxW
Poll books
Koom rent for election
Mdse to pauper Lenten
Postage from January to July
Quarter's salary district attorney
Hardware for county
do hospital
Records for Register
do County
Stationery, records etc
Fees as clerk oi' court
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On motion the following bills
rwere allowed by the county- board:
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tion, to S. M. Ilewett, bridge build
er and
On motion Messrs. Bj. Bakken,
J. Bauer and Fritz Weasel, were ap
pointed a committee to make all
s*U
-connection with the replacing of t&e
above bridge.
On motion' it was resolved to
lllow Mrs. F. A. Abbott, matron of
the hospital the Bum of $7.50 per
week for all work, including wash
ing to be done in the county hos
pital.
Bill No. 633, C. S. Comstock,
painting and lettering 50 bridge
signs, $137.50, and bill No. 634,
Jacob Schweitzer,making and mater
ial on 50 bridge signs, $96.25.
P. S. Larson, voting ye?.
J. Bauer, voting yes.
Jlj. Bakken, voting no.
l'eter Xraeiner, voting no.
Chairman, voting yes.
On motion the board adjourned
until 2 o'clock p. 111.
Two o'clock p. m.—Members pres
ent as before, called to order by the
chairman.
The county board continued to
allow bills against the county.
On motion the following bills
were rejected:
Hammer & Clark, $32.45.
Gertrude Weber, $45.70.
Geo. W. Nuckolls, $15.00.
On motion tho following appor
tionments of jurors for the next
session of the District court as
made by the county auditor
confirmed:
Township
Kagle
Walcott
Wnlcolt
Colfax
Barrio
Helendale
Sheyeuiie
West Knd
Grafton
Altercrombie
Uwiftiit
Center
Dnntou
Dexter
Belford
Uranderliurg
St) in mitt
Fairiuoiint'
Fairniouiit Village
DeVillo Township
Briglitwood'
Klma
Park
Wniijieton City
Jurors.
Village
Township
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3
13
Total
LIST OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
Taxes Cancelled.
Abraliamson, Ingel
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Adams,
Adams.
Aim,
Adams, John
Andrews, HK
Anderson, Krick
do John
do do
do Ingehright
do Holvor
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do Andrew
do do
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do MT
do Fred
Anderson & Howlnml
Amundson, Fingar
do AM
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Austin, MB ..."
do do
Ayers, Hary
Anthony, Geo W
Braford, James
Bartli, W
Hraaten, Kiting E
Habcock. W
Barrth, HK
B.ins, S
Brandon,
Brundeii, Anton
Beirens, Barney
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Bengeland,
Berg, Carl
Berg. Carl
Benner, Anton [.
do do
Bredeseu, Conrad
Beaker
Bukorst, John
Ureding, Ole iJ!...
Brigham,S
do do
do do
Brigg, E
Borgiin, Wm
Bondill, Ole
do do
Bronken, Anrew
do do
do do
do do
Bodke. John
Bosiwick,DN
do do
do do
Blirke. Tlirond
Kl a nil, Stephen
do Math
Bowden, John
Bloom, August
Bill-bank,
do do
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Burliank and C. -B. Failey
Burterlck, Oeo
do Kicliard
Brugtsen, Asleg
Beinse, Frederick
uter, CJ & Co
Brun, Knute O
Brun,01e0
Burgess, Chas
Buscli,Lola
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Burnt, Chas
(Jlaxton, II
Ca in bell, W
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Crafts, Mrs
Cam hell,
Chase, John
Ciiumberlin & Kamy
C'linse lit Gelwicks
Canada, Christen
Craford, Wm
Cannon, Hans
Caspar
Canion, O
Clemmer, Geo
Christ inn sou, Knos
Clinton, Jos
Conger, N
do do
Curtis,
Curtis & C'o
Curtis, W
Davitt, Joliu
Dalilgmst,
do do
do do
do do
Danielson, Miclmel
do do
Davidson, Win
Draka, A
Dodge, AT
Davenport, Jos
•do do
Ueiiliani, I,
Deva r,
Denton,G II
Delimits, Gilbert
Dielel, S
do do
do do
do do
do do
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Dolicliy, Albeit
do do
do
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Douoldson, Alikkel
do do
Dunham, S
do I,
do
do Stephen
Gaston, Ole
Kaston,
von son,
K1) r, John |..
Kbr, Teker
Kvan, Nicholas
do do
Kcker, John
Kmery,
do do
Khr, John Peter
Pdo sdo
Ellle, Albert
do do
KspedokkeK, Helye O
KstiH«, Victor
Kspeland,
Krust, Ann back
Ericksou, Thomas
do Kda
do do
do Krick
do John Nord
do Nils
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do Gustave
do Oliver A
do do
Flannery, E
Francis,C
1881 $2 50
1882 3 04
tm 2 27
1884 48 9G
1683 2 50
1884 2 50
1881 7 72
1881 12 00
1881 11 04
1882 2 50
188£ 2 80
1882 5 84
1883 7 33
1884 8 21
1882 5 34
1882 2 70
188:) 5 22
1882 3 18
1883 10 60
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Fyrabn, Peter
Gardner, Leonard
Gebhardt. Mrs Mollie
Greigfc Glazier
Grieg ft Gunn
Gwig, John
Qilbertson, Gilbert
Gnffln, AS
do do
do do
Griffith it Bennett
Gilbertson, A
Uriggs, James
Gilford
do do
do do
Grimshaw,
Gorman,
Golden, James
do do
do do
do do
Glock, Geo
do do
Golberg, W
Glass.
Gottwell, Frank
Gooch, Wllllg
Gulllckson, Jens
do do
Hanson, Elmy
Haug, Peter
Hanson, Kvan
do Hans
do do
Hnuge, Ole
Hanson, Ede
Hanktnson, Nils
Hanson, Lara
Harvey, Robert
Hatch,
Hanson, Holsten
Hnsnel,
Hunsou, Christian
do
do Joshue
Herrlg. Thoe
Handy, William
Hatton, Lewis
Hackett,
do do
Hansa ft Swenson
Harvey, James
Hansou, Otto
Hard', Mrs
Hogen, Andrew
Hoguson, Nils
Hardy, Joe
Halley,
Hellem, Geo
Herrow, David
Hendrickson, Halvor
Haleson, Halvor
Herrick. Stephen
Herman. Andrew
do do
do do
do do
Heveland.C W
do da
Heglie, O
do do
Herlg, Theo
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Heiter, August
Hewet, Frank
Helbukke,
Helium, Mary
Herman. Fred
Hegman.iMath
Hingst,
Hisler, Jos
Hill, James
Highem, John O
Howe, Washington
Hory, Arne Olson
Holden,
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Hogen, Hans A..
Holgeson,
Holm«n, Haus
Hottord,S
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Howe, DL
Horntted, Oskar
Hullen, George
Hurlbert, A
Hubbard, Cassius
Inglehouse, A
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Jarvis, Kll
do do
do Stephen
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Jonson, W
Jacobson, Claus
do do
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James, Thomas
Jalleu, Peter O
Jarvis. Sten
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Jacobson, Samuel
Jenner, Dau
Jentges Henry
do do
Johnson, W
do Miss Annie
do Paul
do Ole
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do do
do do
do do
do
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do Martin
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do do
Jones, Stephen
Johnson, Miss
do Nele
do do
do John
do Louis
do Oscar
do Johnanna
do George
do Bright
do do
do Ed
do Christ
Joslin, Fred A
Johnson,
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Jones, Samuel
Johnson, John
Johnson, HTIi Co
Jury, Stephen
Judd, NS.
Kaspar, Frank
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do Jos
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Krake, John
Kaslier, Frank
Kaspar, W
Kjare, Christ
KasHsky, Nick
Kennedy, John
Klee, Mieliael
Klee,
Kelly, Peter
do do
do
Kemery, Thomas
do do
Kline. John
do do
Keller & Goodhue
do do
do do
Kjos, Johannes
Kotschiver, Matt
Kjos, John 8
Kobet, Mike
Kobetlch, Matt
Koch, Albert
Kopschever, Autery...
Kubila, Albert
Knuppenberg, John
Kubila. Jos
Liirkln,
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Leses, Jacob
Lefevkr, Jacob
Lewis,
Leighton,
Dewis Bros
Leighton, S
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Lindbomn, Alfi
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Lindstrom, Andrew
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Lind.O W
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Lindgen, John
Lemmuu.Ole
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Loll'erty, Jathes
Lock, Edwin
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Ludwig, Joseph
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Lysne, Thomas
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On motion the board adjourned
until September 3, 1888, 9 a. m.
FRITZ WESSEL,
Attested by Chairman.
A. E. SUNDERHAUF, Co. Auditor.
WARNING—Notice
is hereby given to every
person or corporation owning or occupy
ing lands within tae boundories or the township
of Abercrotnbie, to destroy all noxious weeds
growing on said lands, known as Canada Thistle,
Cockle, Burr and Mustard, by pulling and burn
ing the sume between June 12th and July 15th,
1888. ir the above noiice is not fully compliei
within the above stated time, Section
2409
of
Article io, Political Code will he strictly eu
forced.
Abercrombie, June 12th, 1888.
By order of Town Supervisors.
M. BHAKKK, Town Clerk,
(First publication June
14,3t1
OF SALE—Notice is hereby given
that virtue or judgment and decree in
foreclosure rendered and given by the district
court of the third judicial district, in and l'or the
connty of Kichlaml nnd territory of Dakota, and
entered and docketed in the office of the clerk or
said court in and for said couuty, on the 3d day
or May, 1888, in an action wherein
J. C. Kaston was plaintifl, and Hannah S. Hen
vis, Joseph C. Henvls, T. K. Penney, tho McCor
mick Harvesting Machine Company, (a corpora
tion), were defendants. In favor of siild plaintifl'
and against the said defendants Hannah S Hen
vis and Joseph C. Henvls lor the sum of sixteen
hundred ninety-four dollars and eighty-three
cents ($1694.83) which judgment and decree
among other things directed the sale
by me of the real estate hereinafter
described, to satisfy the amount of said
judgment, with interest thereon and tho costs
und expenses of such sale, or so much tliereol as
the proceeds of such sale applicable thereto
will satisfy. And by virtue of a writ to me
issued out of the office of the clerk of said
court in and lor said county or Richland and
under the seal or said court, directing me to sell
said real property pursuant to said judgment
and decree, I, J. H. Miller, slier ill' of
said couuty and person appointed by
said court to make said sale, will sell
the hereinafter described real estate to the
highest bidder, for cash, at public auction, at
the front door of the court house in the city of
Wahpeton, in the county or Richland i-nd terri
tory of Dakota, on the 23rd day or AUGUST,
1888, at ten o'clock, a.m. or that day, to satisty
said judgment, with interest aud costs thereon,
und the costs and expenses or such sale, or so
much thereof as the proceeds or such sale appli
cable thereto will satisfy. The premises lo be
sold as aforesaid pursuant to said judgment
and decree, and to said writ, and to this notice,
are described in said judgment, decree und writ
as follows, to-wit: the northwest quarter uw )or
section twenty-one (81) In township one hun
dred and thirty (180) north or rnuge
forty-seven
west, lying and being in the county ol Rich,
land and territory of Dakota.
J. H. MILLER,
Sherill or Richland County, Dakota Territory
TWOMBT It BKMIS,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Fargo, D. T.
First pub. July 12,1888.
SHERIFF'S
SALE—By virtue or an execution
issued out or und under the seal of the Dis
trict court, in and for the connty of Richland
and territory of Dakota, upon a judgment ren
dered and docketed in the said conn, on the 5tli
2. t'A"9
,n Rn
lic'i°nwherein
Sa
SALE—whereas,
been made
Which said mortgage was duly assigned by an
instrument thereof, duly executed and delivered
by the said Frederick J.Stevens, to Curts Woo.
Sihlfi °r 'h® mortgaged premises therein de.
scribed which sale will be made at the front
do«[„of
the court house in the city of Wahpeton,
in the county of Richland and territory or Da
kota, at public aucUon, by the sherill' or said
u°i" nlv°r iw
The qndjeraigneti has, one Singer
and one American sewing machine
which he Waht^jko exchange for po
tatoes or butter and eggs. The ma
chines will be sold cheap and will
allow market price for the products.
For detailed information,lowest current rates,
•berths, etc., via this rcute, to any point in the
south or east, aqply to nearest tickct agent, or
address
WW. S. MULLEN, JAMES BARKER,
Gen'l Manager, Gen Pus & Ticket Agt.
Milwaukee.
F. H. ANSON, Northwestern Passenger Agent
No. 19 Nicollet House Block, Minneapolis, Minn'
THE ST. PAUL,
MINNEAPOLIS &
ttjLTurwjirr
Ileuclies ail principal points in
NOItTIIEN AND CENTHAL
MINNESOTA mil DAKOTA.
TUE SHORT I.tJTE TO
St. Cloud, Fergus Falls,
Moorhcad, Fargo,
Grand Forks, C.isselton,
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m-
uel Aspinwal was plaliitill, and Michael
Dohm was defendant,in ra vor of the said pluintill'
and against the said defendant, lor the sum oi
349 dollars, which execution was directed
and delivered to me as sheriff in and for the said
couuty of Richland, I have this 23d day or May
A. D. 1888, levied upon all the right, title and
interest or the said defendant, Michael Dohm
in and to the following described personal prop,
erty, to-wit: One piece belting, 1 piece 3 in. iron
pipe, 1 bent iron bar, 1 pipe irou vice, 1 piece
gas pipe, 1 neck yoke 1 double tree, 2 single
trees, 1 pick axe, 1 2j in. drill with bar stem, 1
horse power, 8 pieces 1* in. rope, 4-horse
mounted power complete, 3 drill stems, 8 pieces
chain, 5 reel long, 2 drive plugs, 4 in. Jennie
excavator, 8 well augurs, 1 2* in. jar 3J reel
long, 1 4 in. jar 81 'jeet long, 1 4 in. drill, 1 well
augur with bxr, 8 3 in. drills.
8 pole wrenches, 1
pair jacK*, pair chain tongs, excavator,
pip?* palter, 1 6 in. drill, 6 old well tools and
.pieces of pipe, horse power.
Notice is hereby given, that I, the undersigned
as sheriff as aforesaid, will sell the above de.
scribed personal property to the lugnesi bidder
for cash at public auction, at the rear ot
Hanly's Drug Store In the city of Wahpe.
ton, iu the county of-Richland and territory of
on Saturday, the 88th day or July. A. D.
1888, at 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, t» satisfy
the said execution, together with the interest
and costs thereon.
Dated Wahpetou, July9, A. D. 1888.
J. MILLER,
°r R'ch
land County, Dakota Territory.
W. 8. LAUDER, Plaintiff's Attorney.
(First publication July 18
Lv. Breckinridge..
Ar
Wahpeton
F.n'I
Default has
in the couditions of a cer.
lain mortgage, executed aud delivered by
Harry Van Horn, mortgagor, to Fred
erick J. Stevens, mortgagee, dated the
ttrst day of June A. D. eighteen hundred and
eighty-two, and recorded as a mortgage in
tlie office or the register oi deeds of the county
or Richland and the territory or Dakota, on the
10th day oT June A. D. 1889. at two o'clock in
the afternoon in book I of mortgages, on
pages 24 and 25 on which there is claimed to be
duo, at tlM date or this notice, the amount of
six hundred and torty dollars and thirty
cents ($640.30), and no action or proceeding has
been instituted at law or in equity to recover
the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part
mere or:
Is
dated the 11th day ol June A. D. 1888, and re^
SSr5?di.!l
sald
"m«e of the register of deeds or
Richlahdcounty, D. T., on tlie 16th day or June,
A, D. 1888, at 8 o'clock p. m. in book of mort.
gages, on page 42.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby tfven, that by
Irtue or a power or sale contained iu said mort.
gage, and or the statute in such case made and
provided,the said mortgage will be foreclosed b»
on
8a,
Saturday the
1st DAY OF SEPTEMBER A. D. eighteen
hundred and eighty-eight, at ten o'clock
5 lift "S1"?"1' satisfy the amount which
shall then be due on said mortgage, with the in.
terest thereon, and cost and expenses of sale,
the sums paid by said Curtis Woods for
taxes, and Blty dollars attorney's fees, as stip.
2?
mortgage In case of foreclosure,
in Prem'*f8 described in said mortgage, and
9 36 "W to be sold, are the piece or parcel of land
19 80
6 18
6 78
560
3 19
17 10
846
^V«BWaras5aass:
one (181) ra.ige tlfty.two (52).
Dated at Wahpeton, Dak. July 11, A. D.
1888,
... CURTIS WOODS,
»v Assignee or Mortgagee,
for Assignee of Mortgagee.
(First publication July
12,
1888.)
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