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GOT. Mellette brs been at Indian
apolis since' election bothering
President-elect Harrison about the
Dakota question, and being unable
to persuade 1ilm to make any rash
^promises, now gives out that the
general is ho fool, but that he thinks
fr Dakota's future was never so bright
as it is now. Those meddlesome and
'impudent south Dakota "State"
officers make a man tired.
Mr. Donnelly was defeated for
representative by 34 votes of which
fact the local paper, The Tribune,
Ijsays: "Mr. Donnelly was beaten
simply because he dared go out into
the state and advocate the election
of Mr.Merriam as governor. Had he
stayed at home and made an active
canvass in his own behalf he would
have been elected but he sacrificed
himself to save the state ticket,
and it is beyond a question that his
efforts did save it. And while he
was doing this, alleged Republicans
at home were stabbing him in the
back."
Grovert New Job.
WASHINGTON, NOV. 16.—The
latest effort of political gossips to
dispose of President Cleveland's
future was made public yesterday
by the publication of a story to the
effect that Senator Gorman's fre
quent visits to the White House
since the election were for the pur
pose of inducing President Cleve
land to become president of the B. &
O. railroad after March 4. The
story as published says Mr. Cleve
land has accepted, and that a meet
ing of directors will be held Dec. 15,
when the President will be formally
chosen.
It is Adjutant General Harden.
Bismark Tribune: Governor
Church has appointed J. W. Harden,
the democratic candidate for con
gress, to the office of adjutant gen
eral of the territorial milita. This
is a recognition of Mr. Harden
which will be appreciated ly the
democrats who know how faithfully
he carried the banner of democracy
against overwhelming and certain
defeate. General Harden succeeds
General Jenkins who recently dierl
in New York. The new adjutant
general is a veteran of the late war,
having served under Sheriden dur
ing that great commander's inteest
mg campaign.
H. L. Loucks, president
NORTHERN PACIFIC
-RAILROAD--
The direct line between
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, OR DULUTH
And all points in
Minnesota, Dakota, Montana, Idaho,
Washington Territory,
OREGON,
British Columbia, Pnget Sound
and ALASKA.
Express trains dally to which are attached
Pullman Palace Sleepers and Ele
gant Dining Cars.
No
CHANGE OF CARS
PETWEEN
St.Paul & Portland
On an/ class of ticket.
EMGEANT LEEPERSFREE
The only AI1 Rail Line to the
YELLOWSTONE PARK.
For fail Information as to time, rates, etc.
Address,
CHA8. 8. FEB
Ceneral Passenger Agent, 8t. Pnnl, Minn.
Local Time.
Passenger going west arrives 8:03 a.m. Go
east. arrives 7:80 p. in., daily except Sunday.
Freight going west arrives 3:00 p. in. Going
east arrives 8:95 a. m. daily, except Sunday.
This line makes close connections with
trains at Wadena, on the main line from the
twin cities.
NOTICE
a
7 SO 700
805 735
of
the
Dakota Farmers Alliance, has issued
a circular which says: The next an
nual session of the Dakota Farmers
Alliance, will be held in Jamestown,
commencing at2o'clock p. m.,Tues
day, December 11th, 1888. The
work
accomplished this year lias been
progressive and highly satisfactory
in all branches. The importance
of the work makes it more than ever
necessary that every Alliance should
be represented by one or more of its
ablest members. Come prepared
to remain three or four days if
necessary. Fiist class arrangements
will be made for your comfort and
convenience. Reduced railroad and
hotel rates are promised. Local Alli
ances should meet not later than
December 1st, to elect delegates,
formnlate plans and pass such
resolutions as you deem best and
proper, Instrnct your delegates to
present them at our meeting and
they will receive consideration.
Delegates should ask for return cer
tificates in buying their going
tickets.
THOB. KITZSIMMONS
Agent, Wahpeton.
FOR PUBLICATION—Land omce a
Fargo, D.T., Oct. 19,1888—Notice is hereby
given that the following named settler has
filed notice of his intention to make live year
Unal proof in support of Ms claim, and secure
final entry thereof, viz: OleO Tew, H. E. No.
9354 for the hwX of section 84, township 183
north, range 48 west, and names the follow
ing as his witnesses, vis: Charles Johnson, Nils
Thompson, Alfred Coppln, Andrew simonson
all of Wahpeton P. O., Richland county, D. T.
The testimony will be taken before J. R.
Boston, Judge of tbe Probata Court of Rlchinnd
county, at Ma offlce in Wahpeton, D. T., on
FRIDAY, the 7th day of Decmftber. 1888.
MICHAEL F. BATTKLLE, Register.
Firstp4 Oct.es 1888
THANS-CONTINEXTAL KOUTE
onle 6h?p.
-2
fl.
A
THE ST. PAUL,,
MINNEAPOLIS &
tim
IR-AJZLTW-AJY*
Reaches all principal points in
NORTHEN AND CENTRAL
MNESOTAjJi DMA.
THE SHORT LUTE TO
St. Cloud, Fergus Falls,
Moorhead, Fargo,
Grand Forks, Casselton,
Morris, Aberdeen
and EUendale.
SLEEPING CAB SERVICE UNSURPASSED.
DAY COACHES LIGHT, CHEERY AND COM
FORTABLE.
SOLID TRAINS
To MINOT, DAK., and WINNIPEG, MANITOBA.
MANITOBA-PACIFIC ROUTE
soma WEST
STATIONS.
oontasAa*
Lv....St.Paul....Ar
Minneapolis....
12 15 11 35
a
1 80 1 05
4 50 445
5 00 552
6 30
am p.m.
890 700
7 8t CIS
Willmar..
S 13
4 00 845
—Benson
Ar Morris....Lv
888 1 90
125 18 90
..Breckinridge....
...Wahpeton
Ar. Barnesville...Lv
500
5 07
5 22
600
6 18
643
700
7 11
7 28
7 40
7 65
pm
10 50 9 45
10 40 9 8.1
9 10
Lv. Breckinridge..
Ar
Wahpeton
10 00
983
908
888
8 10
745
781
788
7 10
655
6 10
18 80 a
11 8(1 p.m.
11 10
Dwight
Collar
Walcott
Kindred
Davenport
Addison
.Durbiu
Everest
Ar....Casselton...
.Lv
2 55
3 55
4 13
4 25
4 37
4 53
5 10
5 20
5 84
5 46
6 00
6 09
t! 26
6 44
7 02
7 21
7 40
7 59
8 15
8 40
9 10
Wahpeton
...Tintnh Junction..
I Trent
Berlin
.m.
Sonora
Hankinson
Stiles
Lidgerwood
10 58
10 45
10 80
10 14
10 OS
9 50
9 88
9 85
9 1C
858
84C
882
80S
745
786
7 1(1
6 45
Geneseo
Seneca
Rutland
....Sprague Lake....
Webber
Kidddr
Bnrch
Amherst
Clairmont
Hufllon
Putney
Hartley
W.
1 6 15!
For full particulars apply to
H. H. ST.JOHK,
Local Agt, Wahpetou.
C. H. WARHEN.Uen Pass. Agt.,St. Paul, Minn.
A. AIANVEI.,
Geiil Managvr.
ALEXANDER.
General Traffic Manager.
SO OTHER RAILWAY II THE NORTHWEST
has in so short« period gained the reputation
and popularity enjoyed by the WISCONSIN
CENTRAL LINK. From a comparatively un
known ractor in the commercial world, it has
been transformed to an independent, influential
grand THROUGH ROUTE, with magnilicent de
pots, superb equipment and unsurpassed ter
minal facilities. Through careful catering 10
details, it lias won for itself a reputation for
itself a reputation for soldity, safety, conven
ience and attention to its pntrous, second to no
railroad in the country- Pullman sleepers
models of palatigl comfort, dining oars in which
the cuisine and general appointments are np to
the highest standard, and coaches especially
built lor this route, are among the chief ele
ments which have contributed towards catering
snccessfylly to a discriminating public. Lo
cuted directly on its line between MINNEAPO
LIS and ST. PAUL, and MILWAUKEE and CHI
CAOO, and DLI.L'IH and MILWAUKEE and
HURLEY, WIS., IRONWOOD. MICH., BESSE
MER, MICH., STEVENS POINT, NEENAH,
MEN'ASHA. OSHKOSH, FOND DU LAC, WAU
KISHA anil BURLINGTON. WIS.
For detailed information,lowest current rates,
berths, etc., via this rcute, to any point in the
south or east, sujpl.v to nearest tickct agent, or
address
«'M. S. MELLEN. JAMES BARKER,
Gon'l Manager, Gen Pas fc Ticket Agt.
Milwaukee.
F. H. ANSON, Northwestern Passenger Agent,
No. lfl Nicollet House Block, Minneapolis, Minn
Jouu*
milWAOh
g'Stmuil
between Chi.
Coast. and the Pacific
GREAT RATIONAL KOUTE between Cliic.ieo
Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo.
»oPPMilwaukee
i1Ii
1
OF *OAD reaching all principal
Minnesota, Iowa,
S
pa a a
"&St.
earest
station agent
oitne Chicago, Paul Railway
or to any Railroad agent anywhere in the world
R. MILLER, A.
V. H.
Genera] Manager.
CARPENTER.
uen'l
Pass and Tkt. Agt
MILWUKEE, WISCONSIN.
ttp-For information in reference to lands an
Raiiw-iv Coimvf
C1'lciS.
m' SMIne'i:ly-
Milwakee it Si
ir? Company, write to
H.
G.
HAUOAK
i-aiid Commissioner. Milwaukee, Wis.
Fargo Southern.
Passenger going south 8-10 a in
"... norrth 6:36.
Local !•l'cight going south 10:85, a",
Passenger ior Abeadee'n anil' points ontl.'k D.
dnision west of Ortonviile can take either pas
senger or freight south and arrive at Aberdeen
84 80
Distance 181 miles. Fare
The Peoples' Line.
FARGO & SOUTHERN R'y.
Between
Fargo and Ortonviile.
Is prepared to handle both
FREIGHT and PASSENGER TRAFFIC
,, With Promptness and Safety.
Connecting at Ortonviile with tbe Chicago Mil
Pjnl system, the Fargo It
Southern thus makes another
E A N I N E
To all Eastern and Southern States
The Peoples' Line is soperb in ail its annnint
ments, steel rails, elegant coaches, and its rates
ulrfes
aS
Hmeas quick as jther
THROUGH VASSENGER TRAINS
l/aily each way between Fargo and St. Pan
without change, connecting at Union
depot, St. Paul, with all east,
and Southern lines.
When you GO EAST or COME WEST try
Fargo feSeu them.
1'"8
'ea*® Fargo for Minneapolis, St. Paul
and intermediate stations, at 7:30 a. m. Arrive
at8-15p!m
S'° P',U' ilr"'
Minneapolis
D.?i.'iCkMt..1^LS!l'^iat,2L1. Princilal stations for St.
Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago and all eastern and
sourhern states.
For further information address
A. V. H. CARPENTER,
Gen. Pass. Agent, Milwukee, Wis
STOVES FOR SALE.
Eugene Richard has two heaters
for sale, cheap. One is a parlor
stove and the other is suitable for a
store or office. 30
I Will Have a Store for Rent
by the 1st of December
40 teet long, Living
Room Extra.
Also Sell Tickets for the Union
Star Line.
GO TO THE
0. I. CLOTHING HOUSE
For Bargains."
My stock is large and varied,
comprising all kinds of goods,
from the cheapest to the best,
and by inspection you will find the
goods first class and prices and as
low, if not
Lower than any House in the
Country.
Bear this in mind when you come
to the O. K. Clothing House:
Square Dealing is given every
body, no sidewalk clothing busi­
ness done. All goods exchanged,
or money refunded if not satis
factory. I have capital enough
in business to liny every dollar'*
worth for cash, carrying in stock
the finest clothing made. 1 am a
tailor, knowing the quality of
goods and can
Criiarantee (2oot Satisfaction
to customers. 1 can show you
BETTER MADE and BETTER
TRIMMED garments than can
be found elsewhere. Hereafter 1
will keep a larger and more de­
sirable assortment, from whicli
you can make selection, than any
other clothing house in 'the city.
I offer my
Clothing and Gents Furnish
in* Goods, Mats, Caps.
Trunks and falisea
Tailor Made Suits or Over
coatt Made to Order and
for 1
e6s*inoney than they can be
Itought from any other store or
tailor shop in the country. Cut­
ting done by the best system
known. Clothing neatly repaired.
Clothing renewed by. STEAM
DYEING.
Buehshin Underwear Made
to Order.
TAK.fl JTOTICE.
Buckskin underwear is acknow­
ledged by all who have worn it
and by the Medical Faculty of
the Northwest to be a great pre­
server of health, a preventive and
cure for Rheumatism, as well as
many ills caused by colds. It,
should never be worn next to the
akin, bnt over a suit of medium
weight flannel, or of sufficient
weight to absorb perspiration.
Being worn over flannel and un
der other garments, they ean be
worn throughout the season with
out cleansing. Cleanse with a
flannel cloth, saturated with
Itenzine.
Fur
4
Coats
of any kind this year at tlio
Clothing House from THREE
to FIVE DOLLARS Less thaw
anr store in the County, having
the coats on commission 1 can sell
to suit the buyer.
I hare Tieo Heating Stores
for Sale Cheap.
E. RISCHARD,
The Tailor and Clothier,
Wahpeton, Dakota.
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THE ZLi-AJBOZR/ aJLTrXETO-
Clothes Line Clutch
Patent Applied For
The Housewife's Pride. This clutch is hereafter to take the place at
your homes of the old rusty nails, hooks and other clumsy fastenings by-,
which heretofore you fastened your clothes lines. No more defacing of
walls, fences or posts no more knotting of your lines less labor for the J"'
housewife More pleasant faces for the husband arid a graceful smile of
your washerwoman. In fact, rejoicing all around. Any child can span 't
yoor clothes lines. FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. Ask your
hardware dealer for it. PRICE 25 CENTS.
The Benesh Manufacturing Comp'y,
Of Walipeton, Dakota.
IRON TUBE WELL DRILLER
Of Walipeton, Dakota,
Has the KXCLUSIY RIGHT in Richland County, Dakota, and In Ten townships, bordering on
the Red :md Hoi* le.« Sioux Rivers In
WILKIN COUNTY, MINNESOTA,
—lo una the
HYDRAULIC OR HYDRAULIC JETTING PROCESS
ot' putting ill Iron Tulie Wells, iind lie will from thi# day
SUE ANY WELL DRILLER FOR DAMAGES.
and Collect Royalty ti nni :my man who may have a well drilled by thin process,(or oil her of them,
ft. I. Wmghm 41 On.
are agents for
Walter A. Woods Harvesting Ma
chines Russell & Co's Threshers
and Engines, Price, Condit Fence
Co's Combination Fences.
—and dealers in-
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS., I'UMP, WELL MA
CHINERY. BREAKING PLOW ar, Prices that Defy
Competition,
Sulky and Gang Plows, Cultivators Etc.
BEST QUALITY MACHINE OILS.
WAHPETON", DAKOTA
THE LIGHTNING JETTING
ARTESIAN WELL MACHINE
Is the best thing in the business, and the only one in the county
is owned by
ECE33NTST ttot
Mr.<p></p>PHELPS
BUILDERS, ATTENTION.
ALLEN & PAXTON
Pll
Fargo, Dakota.
General Agents fortlie
Ilol/hauer is also agent for
THE WIND MILL,
One of the best Mills of this kind manufactured.
Address lain at Hankinson, Dakota.
I
Parties contemplating building
will find it Jto tlieirj interest to'see
Schuler before] letting their job*.
All lepairing] done with neatness
and dispatch. Oflicr: and shops at
Schuler & Maokie's old stand on
Fifth street. 27
phsilil. to
shippam's
REAL ESTATE HART.
Fais for Si.
—BUY NOW.™
I l.'ichland County Real Estate is at
lied Hock: it will never be so
low again, and is bound to
jump 50 to 100per cent
after the great
cro]s of 1888 are gathered.
lioad the following murderous prices
of a few sample farms.
N I'. section .It. Tp litl, 52. Price 8011
S 28, 130. 52, 600
S W i-J, 180, 52, 800
N 2, 130, 51, 700
All 81. 132, 49, $8 p«r
acre
AM. TIMBKK KAKM on Sbeyenne Rirer ad
joining the Hclenitale Stock Farm, 160 acraa
splendid timber. Cash price $1100. The tim
ber on this will pny for the land 4 or 5 times
over.
S W ot Section S6, Ton-light:
uiljuininK Dwight larm, well cul'tlval
flood buildings, only about seven mltai ftrom
county seat. Price $4100. Busy terms.
All Section 11, Township
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Hot Water Heater
Correspondence Solicited.
mm
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grocer
or
4
A. HOM*:L.
,!7TT A TTT=IT?.
And is acknowledged to be the best machine made for soil such as is found
in the Red Itiver Valley. Tt will sink a two inch pipe 312 feet in
ten hours. As men who are willing to testify to the above facts I
would respectfully refer the public to
11. R. HANKINSON, Tlie DULUTH ULEVATOR COMPANY at
Warner Station, AUGUST HOEFK, HERMAN STUUBEL and
FRED NEWMAN.
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:14s
53.
{4 per
acre. Easy terms.
N E i, Section 32, Township 131, Ranee ,51.
Cheap, #900.
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•S E a 8#etion 29, Township 131, Range 51. J90
acre* cultivated. Price $1400. Esty terms.
NW a Section], Township 190,Range 53. 40
acres caltivnted and In crop. Price with
crop, $1800. Without crop, $1000. Buy
terms.
Section
U,
Township
131,
I ha.ve'some cheaper Harms Tanging from
write to JOHN
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Range
52.
Price $6JOO
I per acre.
N IS Section 34. Township 131, Range 48. Good
bnildlngs, painted and in good order and 75
acres in crop. Price, $1500.
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to $5.00 per acre. Alao hooies and Ms and
vacant lots in the city. Call and at*

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SHIPRAM,
Nest Door to PoM-oBee. WabpMoa, J). T.
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