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peton.
N. DAKOTA.
Cj 8. SNTOBBi
ATTOHNEY AT LAWj
Holier to Lout on Beal
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battel
Betaurlty. OfBco in Mich's Block
WABPEXON,
N. DAKOTA.
J^JOCCMBBK BOG
ART,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS:
AT LAW.
peolal attention
{riven to Collections.'
WAUPETOM, ... N. DAKOTA.
B. EVERDELL,
ATTORNEY AT ftAW,
.VAHPETON, DAKOTA, AND BRECKEKRIDQB,
MINNESOTA.
Wahpeton office with Adolpb Bessie.
J^^ttA U. VAjUENTlME,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Real Estate Exchanged and Money to Loan
Office In Wilkin county Hank building.
BRKOKENRIDOP,, MINNESOTA.
V. QUICK, M.D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Diseases of Children a Specialty.
Office in I'eirce's Uloelc.
WAnriSTON, N.
Dakota.
rp O'BRIEN, M. n. C. M.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, ACCOUCHEUR,
AND OCULIST.
Graduate of McGill University, Montreal
Canada. Oftico over Hanl.v'a Drus: Store.
WAHPETON, ... N. DAKOTA.
N. TRIPLETT, M. !.,
PHYSICIAN AND SCltGEOX.
Calls attended to day and night
over Nelson's Store
Office
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WAHPETON. X. DAKOTA.
JOHN M. RUGGLES,
REGISTER OK DEEDS.
Titles to lands invoBtlprated anil abstracts
urnlahed.
WAHPKTON. X. DAKOTA.
A. FRANKLIN, Pli. B., M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
(Successor to Dr. Rockwell.)
Office in Bee Hive Block. Residence.
Eighth St., (Dr. Reno's housoi. Telephone
81. OUiec hours—!) to 11 a m. and a to 1 p. m.
^PALDINU & TEMPLETON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Negotiators of first mortgage loans on Red
River valley lands. Corner JJroudwav and
Second avenue.
FA O N DAKOTA.
H.
S. SOWLRS,
DKNTIST.
Office up stairs in Bee Hive Block.
E0. M. HANLY,
SURGEON DENTIST.
Oflice over Ilanly's Drtifr Store.
WAHPETON, N. DAKOTA.
N
OTICE TO CREDITORS.
In tlic matter
deceased.
of the ef-Utf of John O Wilier
All persons having claims agaiiKl said John
O Wilier deceased are required to exibit tho
same, wltn the necessary vourliers, to the
nmlerslgue.l ndininislraturix of said estate, at
her resideaco in the towiiseip of Alicicrombie,
ill the county of Richlnn i. stme ol Noi'lii Da
kota, and thai tour months have been limited
as the time for ere litors to present their claims
against Siiid estate.
Dated the fifteenth 'lay of February. 18fl0.
I IN.V '.VILLKK, A 'I
r.i mist r.itonw
BCS Mvhaii. tt'.r tor Adminixtraturlx.
[t'"iist pub Keb
20 1800]
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"VIOT1CK-TIMHKK CULTURK-U. S. LAND
i*
Otliceat
Watertown, S. D., .Ian. !I0. ISM.
Complaint having heen eiitoieil it this ollice
by John Hurt of White Rock, S Dak against
John Mayer, for tailure to comply with
law as to Timbor Culture entry :\o. 126W
Watertown sens, dated December 1st,, 18S7,
npou the wj of mvH and \vj of sw.V section 3«,
.township 129, range 'IT, in lticlilaud
county, North Dakota, with a view
to the cancelation of said entry contestant al
leging that the said John Mayer failed 10 break
or plow or cause to bo broken or plowed live
(5) acres of said tract of land jhe lirst year,
or to break or plow tlvo acres and cultivate
tho second year, and that the delect still exists.
The said partio are hereby summoned to
appear at this oflioc on tlie IWili da.v of March,
1WW, at 1 o'clock p. in. to respond and iurnish
testimony concerning said alleged failure.
C. U. WII.I.IAAIS, Register.
R. li. RAHPEXTKK. Receiver.
(First publication Keby l.'itli, IrtW.)
CITY ORDERS CALLER
Notico is hereby given that on and
after March 20, 1890 I will pay the
following orders and tliafc interest
on same stops on that date
1008
981
995
1009
1007
979
1006
1010
992
985
964
986
908
1028
1036
1031'
1027
1019
1022
1020
1039 998 94 1004 1092
563 1038 1013 1053 1101
848 1014 1023 1088 1131
252 1011 1046 1080 1132
1021 1042 1082 1089 1110
1041 515 1015 1085 1104
1018 1050 1054 1086 1103
1017 1044 1056 1077 1105
1034 1051 1055 1078 1107
1026 1030 1058 1067 1112
1040 1016 1075 1079 1117
1024 92 1069 1045 1111
1025 1047 1065 1035 1094
989 1043 1087 1090 1109
929 561 1063 1049 1095
978 844 1061 771 1126
966 1052 1059 1091 1106
967 1048 1062 1083 930
1033 1029 1060 1081 1114
847 1032 1057 1093 1108
1116
Dated Feb. 20,1890.
R. W. BEATTY,
46-4t City Treasurer.
County Warrants Called.
STATIC or NOKTH DAKOTA,
Connty of Richland,
Office of County Treasurer.
Notice is hereby given that the following out
standing county warrants drawn against the
connty general revenne fund and registered from
October lltli, 1889 to December
1st,
1889, tire
hereby called In lor payment and th.it the in
terest thereon will stop from the date of this
notice, viz
105a 1219
Dated this 30th day of February, ]890
Vu AKEH, Co. Treasurer
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LOCAL NEWS.
Mrs.
A girl was born to Mr. and
Charlie Mayer, Tuesday.
Chas. E. Hinraan's case has
postponed for fltfr present.
been
Johnnie Sehoenborn and Henry
Deitz went to Duluth last week.
Attorney Wolfe of Milnor, in tho
city looking after business before
the court, paid THE TIMES a pleas
ant call yesterday.
Mr. J. P. Wilkes and Miss
Mahala Royer were married at the
residence of the bride's parents by
Rev. «T. H. Keeley, Wednesday.
The ladies of the W. C, T. U. are
preparing to give an entertaiment,
members of the' Loyal Temperance
Legion taking part in the proceed
ings.
Judge Tenipleton is a rusher, and
with all is decidedly a good judge.
He is by long odds the quickest man
that ever sat on the bench in this
district.
Mrs. A. M. Wilcox, state superin
tendent of the Juvenile, work of the
W. C. T. U. is making arrange
ments to travel Ihe presnnt season
in the interest of the work.
The ladies of the Congregational
society will give a social at the re
sidence of Mrs. John Ink, Tuesday
evening of next twek, March 18lli.
All are covdiiilly.invited to attend.
A hotel keepe
1
named McCtilloch
of Campbell, Minnesota, in* town
drunk this week, raised distur
bance at Eugene liisehard's store
itid being locked up was subse
quently taken before a,justice and
lined, costs and all amounting to
some .$30.
Clark Comstrock is in bed wjlh a
relapse of the grip, and is quite ill.
There is no two ways about tho
grip, if one gets it in good shape he
should by till means remain, quiet
in the house till strong and q'uite
over it. We hope and expect Clark
will be out in a few weeks.
The following marriages were
solemnized by Justice Bessie March
5,1890, Chas. Zimmerman and Tillie
Erickson, bo of Wahpeton.
March 8, 1890. Spencer L. Sanders
and Carrie Madsen, both of liattle
Lake, Minn. March 12, 1890, John
Sherman and Emma Voeltz, both of
Wahpeton.
Geo. IS. Moody, the horse doctor,
can always be found at Michael
Schmitt's hotel, the Commercial.
Doc." has made many friends
among the horsemen and farmers
of this section and is considered a
fust class judge of horses generally.
He has decided to locate here per
manently, as his «ad' in another
column will show.
A large number of ladies and
gentlemen of St. John's church,
gathered at the parochial residence,
Monday evening, and presented
Father Albreclil with a very hand
some china dinner set, consisting
of one hundred pieces. It was an
enjoyable presentation, and in re
turn as Father Albrecht never fails
to entertain Ins guests after the
the most approved fashion, the
evening was most profitably spent.
Valentine Deitz had the misfort
une to fall from Mayer Bros, ice
house, Tuesday, and broke his right
leg between the tinkle and knee and
bruised the ankle joints veryseverly.
Dr. Quick was called and setting the
leg, thinks the patient will get on
and come out sound in a few weeks.
Valentine struck squarely upon his
feet, and then fell over backward.
His many friends hope for his s'peedy
recovery. He fell twelve feet.
The bill locating a school of
science at Wahpeton, having passed
both houses, it nowremains with
Governor Miller as to whether Re
presentatives Hankinson and Ink
shall develop into full-fledged astron
omers, geologists and meteorologists,
or remain in the field of politics.
Representative Ink is said to be so
confident of the governor's approval
of the bill that he has purchased a
pair of gold-rimmed eyeglasses and
is practicing the German professor's
pose.
William McGeorge, Jr., writes
about "Western Mortgages," in
Lippincott's Magazine for March.
He flrst indicates what constitutes
a sale mortgage, and then goes on
to show the safety and value of
Western mortgages, and the bene
fits that have accrued from them.
"A Hint to Novelists," by the well
known English novelist, W.H. Stac
poole, points out in an amusing
manner how old material might be
worKed up into new books. Anne
il. Wharton has an interesting
paper upon "The Brownings in
Italy," and Felix L. Oswald has a
brief article upon "Weather
Prophets."
Mrs. Joseph Graber died Friday
of last week and was buried Sunday
afternoon, the Rev. Mr. Keeley con
tlucting the funeral exercises. Mrs.
Graber was some forty years of age
and leaves a husband, two daugh
ters and three sons to mourn her
death,—one of the daughters being
married and residing in Colorado.
Kind friends provided the obsequies
with beautiful flowers and other
wise did all possible to lighten the
harden of the stricken family, tho
remains being laid at rest in River
side cemetery. And in this connec
at the request of members of the
family THE TIMES would tender
their thanks to* the kind friends
who assisted them in their hour of
affliction.
An Absurd Proposition.
It is bftt fair to all parties con
cerned or interested to state that
the Ladies Aid Society of the M. £.
Church did not receive any proceeds
from the play "My Awful Dad,"
given at the opera house, March 4,
though it was so advertised and
further, that as a society they never
entertained any proposition to re
ceive those proceeds. I say this at
tho request of thq society.
J. H. KEELEY.
Connty Court.
Proceedings of the county court
before Judge Orcutt, for tho
month ending March 1st, 1890.
John O. Wilier estate.—Adminis
trator appointed February 15.
William M. Hancock estate.—
Pinal settlement and final distribu
tion February 15.
Dennis Gleeson estate.—Pinal
settlement and final distribution
February 16.
Lambert Lenz estate.—Hearing
for appointment of administrator
February 20, case continued on
account of sickness to March 14. '90.
William G. Fargo estate.—Hear
ing pi oof foreign will February 21.
Peder E. Lykken estate.—Hear
ing had for sale of real and personal
property. Petition for sale of per
sonal property granted February 21.
Petition for sale of real estate post
poned for further consideration.
The Commissioner Indictments.
The indictments against the coun
ty commissioners are now being
considered before Judge Temple
ton. The offense preferred is that
the commissioners have been charg
ing $3.00 per day for team hire in
stead of five cents per mile, as pro
vided by law. In the case of Mr.
Larson, who charged the usual way,
but happened to lump the amount
instead of itenizing it, the jury ac
quitted him. The next man tried
was Mr. Bauer. Well, there was no
question about the matter, it had
been the custom the past five years
to charge 83.00 per day, instead of
five cents per mile tor team hire,
under the express sanction and ap
proval of District-Attorney Lauder,
contrary to the wording of the law,
there it was, itemized, dated and
all, clearly contrary to the wording
of the law, hence the jury felt in
duty bound to observe the law and
bring in a conviction. The fact of
the matter is, there would not, ordi
narily, be a great deal of difference
whether comissioners charged mil
eage or by the day in the long run,
and we presume that fact had much
to do with the advice of Mr. Lauder.
The latter's testimony is clear on
*Jio point that he so advised then.
But of course it is not law. Mr.
Myhra's case is now under consider
ation, which will qf course come out
the same, as his hills were itemized
and dated. The court might as
well impose its fine and save the
farce and expense of a trial by jury
in the matter. We understand,
however, that part of the commis
sioners propose to take the case to
the supreme court with a view to
break tho indictments, while others
may pay the fine, which will un
doubtedly be nominal, and drop the
matter.
Should Hold His Stomach.
It is entirely in keeping with the
Glob's nature and sense cf duty to
ridicule, belittle and demean Mayor
Miksche and the German people—
ilways and purely for political
effect. The truth of the matter is,
Mayor Miksche has fully demon
strated that if his appointment shall
be endorsed by the citizens at the
pulls in the coming election, he will,
as chief executive of the city, do his
duty as such. He is committed to a
preservation of the morals of the
city to as great an extent as could
be asked or expected of any execu
tive. He is not committed to the
Globe's prohibitory-free-rum-policy,
not by any means. The Globe and
its little gang of drinking-make
believes ought to be loath to tender
that policy to Mayor Miksche, a
thing they themselves have tho dis
tinction of representing. It is true,
however, that Mayor Miksche has,
in his short service, taken the first
ind only step ever seen here toward
closing out places of social evil—
and these are now banished, which,
together with other work performed
and^prornised, should be guarantee
enough that Mr. Miksche is com
mitted to a good and honorable
policy, which means that he would,
as far as possible, execute the laws
as he finds them. His opportuni
ties and disposition for good under
our coming fanatical law would, we
think, be acceptable to most of our
people. Not because he is not a
fanatic so much as because he
would take pride in acting the part
of a painstaking citizen and official.
And then this chronic and habit
ual organ of wisdom and refinement
is troubled about the school hoard
It would have a board of education
composed entirely of as great men
tal capacity and profound know
ledge as illuminates the editor of
this chronic and habitual organ of
wisdom and refinement, itself, even
though it had to go down into
swampy Egypt, Suckerdom, to get
them. German descendants would
not do. But then let it try and con
tain its great moral force and wis
dom in patience, let its sour stomach
not effervesce wastefully, as it were,
and yet not explode!
The board will try and worry
along.
•4,
\K"W^
Vol. 11. Wahpeton, Richland Co. North Dakota, Thursday, March 13, 1890.
Go to Graham's for your spring
suit. 49
A nice line of spring suitings and
pantings at Graham's. 49
Graham, the tailor, has had a good
deal of experience as an auctioneer
and farmers and others having sales
w'ould do well to see him. 49
Doctor Quick has been appointed
pension examiner for this the Fourth
judicial district. The cripples may
at once come to the centre, the doc
tor well cheerfully help Benny to
unload the surplus.
REDUCTION IN BRAN.
Bran at the New Star Roller Mills
at $10 per ton or 50c per cwt. 46
SEED WHEAT.
The undersigned has a large
amount of the finest and cleanest
sort of Blue Stem seed wheat for
sale. Resides on Bois des Sioux
river three miles south of Wahpeton.
49 W. MIKESOII.
LOST.
A horse and buggy, Sunday even
ing, March 9th, "1890. The itaarc
was chestnut colored, 11 hiinds
high, shod in front, with scar uflder
left shoulder and is about live years
old. The above described animal
was hitched to a Tipton tpring
buggy when she got away from the
owner, 8. E. Tyson, who resides in
town 129, range 49, section —, liich
land county, North Dakota, post
oflice, Hankinson. Anybody return
ing said property or furnishing in
formation to the owner as to its
whereabouts will be rewarded.
48 S. E. TYSON.
Teachers' Association.
The following is the program for
the meeting of the Richland County
Teachers' Association, to bo held at
Wahpeton, Saturday, March 29th,
1890:
Quotations by the members'.
Opening address by the president.
Paper on History Mr. Vivian Morgan
Drawing Miss Edith Hutchinson
Geography Mr Geo Gates
Number Miss Honaker
Topics of the Day Mr Ira Koadman
Debate.—Resolved, that Free Trade is more
beneficial to the United States than High Pro.
tection—Affirmative. Ira Koadman and A
Tyson Negativo. John VaiiAruain, and Vivian
Morgan.
Essay—Woman's Suffrage A Tyson
Paper on Reading Miss Nettie MoKean
The session will open at nine
o'clock at the High School building.
Let us have a good attendance and
every one be ready to promptly per
form his duty. W. H. FORT,
KITTIE GRIGGS, President.
Secretary.
The City Schools.
The following is the monthly re
port of the public schools of Wah
peton, for the month ending March
7th, 1890.
Present enrollment..
ST
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5
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47 l)H
74 son
Average dally attendance'^
Percentage of attendance
No. neither absent nor tardy...
No. pupils absent
No. pupils tardy
No. of cases of tardiness
Percen age of punctuality
Number of visitors
No of days teacher was present. !i0 20! 2(1
44:3K 31 r»2. it
29 47 lr.'j
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RAXKINR PlIKIl.s
High School.—
Class A.—Bertha
Leorra Ruggles.
Bauer. Jesse 11 llawkes.
Class B.—First Division.—Ratio Aspinwall,
ftowena Baker, Rowotia Baker, Mary Uallnp.
May House, Augusta Olein, pease.
Class B.—Second division.—Samuel Croft.
First Intermediate Department.—
Class A.—Madec Farnsworth, l.illie Patterson
Anna LitteI,"Maud Perry. Minnie Ric Kinier
Myhra.
Class B.—Percy Shippam, Willie Uiekford,
Amy Hickok.
Class C.—Maud McMichael. Maud Propiier,
Oscar Otterson, Kstella Kitzsimmons. Frank
McKean.
Grammar Department.—
Class A.—Arthur McKean. Thomas Drew,
Eygji Herring, Minnie Weidman, Anna Hlngt
gen, Inga Herring. Bert Norrhey.
Class B.—Charles Benesli, George Beiiesh,
Charles McKean, Harry Damerel. Martin Karlv,
Mamie Keith,"Matilda James.
See nd Intermediate-
Class A.—Eddie Wrahlstad. Cora Nelson, Josie
Nelson, Anna Marse, Jessie Nims.
Class B.-Charlie French, Home* Rico, Carl
Stovicli, Amy Miller, Lessing Mehl.
Primary Department.—
Class A.—Hattle VauDerreer, Mary Marse
John Longnecker.
Class B.—Mike Pet ika, Anna Wegener, Jimmy
Bcikl'ord, Lonzy Rice, Arthur Purdon.
Class C.—Allle Harris, Alice Albrecht, Willie
Graham.
Class D.—Lonis Tonn, Sallie Drew. Katie
Hammering, Glen French.
Respectfully submitted,
W. H. FORT, Principal.
Geo. E. Moody,
THE HORSE DOCTOR,
Will make Wahpeton his home here
after and can be found at
Michael Schmitt's Hotel,
(THE COMMERCIAL.)
He will treat all Diseases
and Cattle and make a Sj
Castrating, Dentistry,
tie Dehorning and
WAHPETON, 48
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ATTENTION.
Farmers, you all know that the
Havana Press Drill is the best in
the market. Leave your orders at
Schuler Bros., Wahpeton N. Dak.,
before March 10th and take advan
tage of the discount on carloard
rates. 47
NOTICE TO
Agents
Horses
Surgical Operations.
DAKOTA
FARMERS.
Having sold my farm, I will sell,
on or about the 15th, of March,
1890, twenty head of brood mares
and work horses, on eight months
time. S. C. IIOI.TSLANDER,
39wl0 Dwight, N. I).
FA RM¥US LOOK AT THIS.
I wish to buy 200 head of eood
3tock steers, to bo deliverea in
Wahpeton, May 8th, 1890. Will
pay half the value or more if so
desired at time of contracting.
650 lbs to 750 lbs 81 60
750 850 1 80
850 950 or 11101-5 2 00
1000 1100 2 25
Correspondence answered promptly.
WM. NORTHEY, The Butcher.*
Assets,
Liabiliti?s, 4 per of.
re
Address him \t
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Life Assurance Society of the
I' F.
1.1M N AltY ST ATE MENT.
.5105,000,000
82,000,000
Surplus, $22, r,00,000
For particulars and other information apply to
W W I N S I
JOHN DANIELS,
PRACTICAL—
WELL DRILLER.
Mr. Daniels ha« purchased a new well drilling outfit nnd is ready to contract to put down wells.
HP is also able to furnish any sort of
WI3ST3D
Ofiice with S. II. Sim.'er, over Stern's Clothing Store, Wahpeton.
C. S. COMSTOCK,
Painter & Decorator,
And Dealer in
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Glass,
Varnishes, Artist's Supplies, Etc.
AIJENT FOB THE
GENUINE SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
And the .1. O. Kearlmir, Story & Camp and other Standard Organs and Pianos, sold on Installment
plan without interest
DAKBELLAY BLOCK. WAHPETON. DAKOTA.
Farm Loans.
TEN PER CENT. STRAIGHT.
When
you pay interest you
can make
a
mortgage
payment on your
if
Wou Wish,
interest payable in the Fall.
do not send your applica
tion East and keep you wait
Ingr for yoar money.
I Loan on City Property.
.1.
Transacts a General
MONEY
I.oan Broker.
K. KE.VASTO.V. Pres'l. H. THORSON, Vice Pres't. DOS n. DAVIDSON, Cashier.
A. 1). DAVIDSON. Second Vice Pres't.
Citizens Bank of Wahpeton,
TO LOA.3ST
Ou Personal and F.irm Security. We make a Specialty of DISCOUNTING GOOD PAPER. School
Township and Municipal Bonds Wanted.
Collections will receive attention by Special Collector.
for*faLine of First-Class Insurance and Steamship
Companies.
WAHPETON, NORTH DAKOTA.
C3-et ITooar Feed. ITcvw.
-JUST OPENED
FLOUR and FEED STORE
Next door to the Magnet on Dakota avenue, where may he found
Ground Feed of Every Description
at Moderate Prions. "Will keep also OATS and CORN.
Give me a Call. JOHN STANTON.
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CARPETS FOR EVERYBODY.
Carpets at from 35c to 75c per
yard, all made for use at D. E. Rice's
undertaking rooms. 49
Itooni No. 5, Banning1 Block.
Mail addressed to Room No. 5,
Banning Block, Dulutli, will reach
Dr. Swaine and ha verbis attention.
Orders Called.
Orders against the town of Belford nos. 13 and'
16, issued in 1884, are hereby called for payment.
Interest will be stopped from date hereof.
Dated Belford March 5th, 1800.
CHAS. WOIWODK, NICE BLONIQEK,
Clerk. Chairman.
(First publication March 6tb 1890.)
Equitable Statement.
The Equitable Life, referred to in
another column paid death claims
in January amounting to over
$800,000. Among these were the
following large claims
Daniel Hlllman, Reding, Ala 153,790
Stephen O. Kaguet. Philadelphia 51,000
Franklin B. Gowen, 90,000
One hundred and seventeen claims
in all. Who says genuine assurance
does not pay
U. S.
Income, $30,000,000
New Assurance, $175,000,000
Outstanding Assur'nce, $625,000,000
Special Agent, Wahpeton, North Dakota.
Ollice over John Nelsou's Store.
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Walipeton, 48 North Dakota.
Loans and Real Estate.
I have Facilities for making LOANS ou APPROVED REAL
ESTATE on the 31
Best of Terms and Ihe Very Lowest Rates.
Partias wishing money \rill consult their interest by calling oil me.
T. EE. FERGUSON,
Sewihg
"ssass?^
No other award! w«r» a«
Machlnei, aadth*
gold are ni"
READ WHAT THE
For simplicity of eo
parte, adaptability of
quiet running, we
machine company,
MACHINE for family
Walipeton,
sum®#*,
iQMM «Il
$1,000.00™.*
We offer to donate OMtbOMMd
charitable Institute lm Dako a it
meats are not honesL atrailtt forward
deniable facts.
HENRY MILLER,
Agent for Richland Co.,
N.D.WUktBCo„Mla9.
H. 6. ALBRECHT,
Ma nufflclnrer ot.and Dealer In
"5
HARNE8
or all kinds
Light and Heavy,
=5'
Collars, Blankets, Whips, Fly
Nets, JLap Robes, Turf
Goods.
In fact a fall supply of everything to that UM
North
Dakota.
M. T. Stevens,
Dealer In
GENERAL HARDWARE
STOVES, TINWARE, IRON AND 8TEXL,
STEAM FITTINGS, PUMP8,
PIPES, ETC.
Wahpeton, Dakota.
ABAVS It WSSTLAS1XOVABOH 8X0711.
The Best Gasoline Stove 1
^•"Cali and See Them Before Baylsc.
NORTHERN PACIFIC
—RAILROAD—
The direct line between
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, OR DULUTM
And all points in
Minnesota, Dakota, Montana, Idaho,
Washington Territory,
OREGON,
British Columbia, Paget Sound
and ALASKA.
Express trains daily to which attached
Pullman Palace Sleepers and Ele
gant Dining Cprs.
No
ChangeopCARS
PETWEEN
St.Paul & Portland
on any class or ticket.
EMIGRANT SLEEPERS FREE
The only All Rail Line to the
YELLOWSTONE PARK.
Kor lull information as to time, rates, etc.
Address,
CHA8. 8.
V.
FBI
Ceneral Passenger Agent,
St. Pant, Minn.
Local Time.
Passenger from east arrives 8:30
and cheapest route
having
a
*.01. Goine
ist, leaves 6:10 p. m., dally. Freight colas
west arrives 7:00 a. m., departs 8«B
Sunday. This line makes close
FebruaryfThe st. Paul,
a. m.
Going east arrives 5:40 p. m. dally,
except
connection*
at Wadena, with trains on the
main UM to
and from the twin cities and Dnlath. Throofh
Pullman sleepers from Wahpeton to St Pan!.
ED. ONAN.
Agent, Wahpeton.
Minneapolis and
I Manitoba Railway and all Its
1st- 1890 I Branches became the
Great Northern Bailvir Uu
With 3,300 miles of steel track it runs
throofh
62 connties in Minnesota, North
and ton
Dakota and Montana, reaching
all principal
points from St. Paul, Minneapolis,
perior and Dnlath.
It lamishes through close
West m.
connections, the best
to all pointa In Idallo,
Utah, California, Oregon,
Washington, British
Columbia, Alaska, the
Canadian Northmet
and Manitoba.
It is the only American
line west of Chicago
track laid with
75 pound steel raOs
and owning its entire
magnlgcent eqaipsaeet
ol elegant dining and
day coaches and
sleeping can, baaasoui
free colonist *loeners.
It is the only line
running through the great
Milk River Reservation,
23
without change
with solid tratao
to Chinook, Benton, HMt
Falls, Helena and
Batte.
It reaches more points in
the IhtiKu mad Mia.
nswta than any other liae.
It Is the shortest route by 48
Wahpeton and Minneapolis, St. Paal and tie
east.
It is the only short route front Wi
Fargo, Moorhead, Grand Folks,
Mayviile, Larlmore, Hope, Devils Lake,
ton and all points in the Northwest.
Itisthe best line to EUendal^Batlaad,4KM«
deen, Morris, Benson, Watertown, RMM,
Willmar, 81OOIFalls and all points la lows.
Nebraska, Kansas and the Soathwest.
For rates, tickets,
93
maps and guide*, apply to
H. ST. JOHN,
if
or write to F.I.WHlTNn?Q*a?fM*^a&
Ticket Agent, Great Northern Railway,tt. PaaL
Minnesota.
Express from the east, 6 a. m. and 6 D. a
Kxpress to the east, |:S0a. a. U«I:«|.V
Moorhead accommodation, Tniidsu 'niaii
days and Saturdays, arrive II •». Mk
8dip. m. v"
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