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ATTV, AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Collections a specialty. OIBoe 'over Tho
,ir National Bank of Wahpeton.
^-S-iH/i Wahtooh,
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H. 8NVDEB,
I~MtANK
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N. DAKOTA.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Money to Loan on Beat Estate Chattel
Security. Office in Rich's Block.
WAHPKTON,
jyjcClTMBEK & BOGART,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSRLOUS
AT LAW.
Special attention given to Collections.
WAIIHETON, N. DAKOTA.
B. EVERDKLL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WAHPRTON, DAKOTA, AND HHKCKHNHIIIGU,
MINNESOTA.
W.uhpeton office with Geo. T. Propper, over
the Postofllce.
J£ZKA G. VALENTINE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Real Estate Exchanged and Money to Loan.
OIHce in Wilkin county Bank building.
llltKOKENItllMlK, MINNESOTA.
GRAY,
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Room 1, Globe Block, Wahpeton, N. 1).
V. QPICK, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Diseases of Children a Specialty.
Office in Pcircc's Block.
WAHPETON, ... N. DAKOTA.
rp O'BRIEN, M. D. C. M.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, ACCOUCHED It,
AND OCULIST.
Graduate of McGill University, Montreal
Canada. Office over llee Hive Store.
WAHPKTON, N. DAKOTA.
jyjlsvrniPi.ETT, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls attended to day and nijrht. Olllce
over Nelson's Store. 4«
N. DAKOTA.
WAIII'KTON,
JOHN M. RUGGLES,
REGISTER OP DEEDS.
Titles to lands Investigated and abstracts
liiinislied.
WAHPETON. N. DAKOTA.
A. FRANKLIN, Ph. It., M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
(Successor to Dr. Rockwell.)
Office In Bee Hive Block. Residence.
Eighth St., Dr. Reno's house), telephone
01. Office hours—9 to 11 a in. and S to 4 p. 111.
j^PALDING & TEMPLETON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Negotiators of flrst mortKatre loans 011 Itcil
River valley lands. Corner Broadway and
Second avenue.
A do N DAKOTA.
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S. SOWLKS,
DKNTIST.
office up stairs in Bee llive Block.
QKO. M. HANLY,
SURGEON DENTIST.
Office over Smith & Moore's Drugstore.
WAHPKTON, N. DAKOTA.
'MILWAUKEEI,
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FAST MAIL LINK with Vestlbuled Trains liu
tweeu Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul ami Min
liea polls.
TRANS-nO.VTINKNTAL ROUTE between CJn
cago, Council Blurt's, Oinaliu anil the Pacillc
Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE between Chicago,
Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo.
B70IJ MILKS OK KOAD reaching all principal
points In Illinois, Wisconsin, Stiniiesota, Iowa,
Missouri anil Dakota.
For maps, tune tables, rates of passage ami
height, etc., apply to the nearest station alien I
fit the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
or to any Railroad agent anywhere in the world
R. MILLKR, A. V. H. CARPENTER.
General Manager. Gen'l Pass ami Tkt. Act
MII.WUKEE, WISCONSIN.
OS?"For information in reference to lands a-d
towns owned by the Chicago, Milwukee & s
Puul Railway Company, write to H. G. II AIMAN
Laud Commissioner. Milwaukee, Wis.
Fargo Southern.
(IOINO SOUTH.
Lv Fargo 7 00 a
Ar Wahp'ton 10 00 a
Ar Wiieaton. 12 on
Ar Ortoiiville 3 45p
Ar Mllhaiik. 4 OA
Ar Aberdeen 7
Vol. 12.
GOING NORTH.
Lv Aberdeen, 10 00 urn
in Lv Milbank.. ft 80
45
N.F
111
ni Lv Ortoiiville 8 55 a
ill Ar v\ lieatoii.12 05 111
in Ar Wahpeton 2 08 in
111 Ar Fargo.... 5 OOp
MKl.l.K.V, l.ocal Agent
NORTHERN PACIFIC
—RAILROAD—
The direct line between
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, OR DUtUTH
And ail poiuts in
Minnesota, Dakota, Montana, Idaho,
Washington Territory,
OREGON,
British Columbia, Puget Sound
and ALAKA.
Express trains dally to which are nttuched
Pullman Palace Sleepers and Ele
gant Dining Cm.
No Change
Cars
ok
PETWEEN
St.Paul & Portland
On any class or ticket.
EMIGRANT SLEEPERS FREE
The only All Rail Liue to the
YELLOWSTONE PARK.
For lull Information as to time, rates, etc.
Address,
CHA8. 8. PEE
Cenerol Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
Local Time.
EXPRESS.
WKST BOUND.
.•r
Lv St Paul 8:00p
Minneapolis....8:85p at
Wadena 3:46 a
Battle Lake 5:m,a
Fergus Fulls...6:09 a
Breckenridge...7:05 a
Ar Wahpeton..7.15 a
NOTICE
Ilfli
F-\
KAST BOUND.
Lv Wahpeton .8:00 111
Breckenridge. .8:05
Fergus Kails .9:11 in
Battle Lake.. 10:00p
Wadena 13:03 a 111
Minneapolis...6:35 11
Ar St Paul ....7:05 am
Above Is a Dally Tram.
MIXED TRAIN
WKST BOUND. I KAST BOUND.
Lv Wal.-peton.. .2:20p miLv Mllnor.. .12:301) 111
Ar Mllnor 6:00 m'Ar Wahpeton.8:30» 111
Above train Dally excepfSulidiiy.
Pullman Sleepers are run dally between Wall,
peton auil St. Paul. E. M. ONAN, Agent.
FOR PUBLICATION-Land Ofllce at
Fargo, August 18tli, 1890.—Notice IR here
by given that the following named settler lias
llleil notice of bis intention to make ll'nul pre
emption proof In support of Ids claim, and that
said proof will be made before John 8hipp.nu,
clerk of the District Court, at his ottlce in Wall,
tou, N. D„ ou Monday, the 80th day of October,
1890, vizi John Brendel who made D. 8. No.
19,101 for the ej self section 88, Town 131 north,
grange 4ft west. He names the following witnes
ses to prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, via: Ferdinand Ham.
mermelsler, Edward Loll, Emll ponalli, Martin
Kobatakjr, all or tireat Bend. Richland county,
N o. WALDO M. P6TTKR, Register,
W. E.
PuaocLL,
Attorney for claimant.
[Firit publication Aug 8)st, MOO]
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LOCAL MAHKET.
Wheat. 87c outs, i?()c barley,
iiijc potatoes, new. SI.0(1 butter,
10c eggs, 12ic good hettf cows, 2&e
steers, 2 {c pol k, ,'Je slieep,
calves—good, 3c hides—good, 3J-c.
Mails Close.
SI Paul ami Morris
Fargo mill Ortoiiville, sonilt
Breckenridge ami Aberdeen
Kerens anil Milnoi
Fargo and Oitonville, north
Wniientt und Fergus l'alls. tust
S'. Pnul and Umtmlui-y I,inc. east....
»run 1 ire anil Brcckenriilgu, -sl..
"St Paul anil Boundary l.ine, north..
'.1:0(1 a in
11:40 a
1:30
7:30 pin
8:00
C. A.McKKAN.
The convention yeslijrday some
what interfered with the attend
ance at the fair grounds.
Miss Willis gave some lair read
ings to a small house, Monday even
ing, in the M. E. church.
Mr. E. li. Woodward is in the
city for a few days looking after his
interests hereand attending the fair.
Farmers are very busy now,
threshing and plowing, and are re
luctant to leave their work even to
attend the fair.
Urandenburg township and Rich
land county lost a splendid eiti'/eii
and good Democrat through the
death of William Weiss.
The fjcrman Evangelic congrega
tion of Wahpeton has secured a lot
and will put up a church edifice near
the public school building.
The Grand hotel, at Fergus Falls,
with its contents and the ground on
which it stands was sold yesterday
to Dawson lSell for 815,000.
l'rof. M. II. Kobinson, the new
principal arrived in the city this
morning accompanied by his wife,
and is registered at the Merchants.
Agent Onan tells us that the X.
1'. trains for the west will be held
here during the. fair until p. m.
to accomodate those wishing to go
west.
Hon. John D. ISeiuon and M. X.
Johnson last night agreed upon a
series of joint, debates throughout
Xortli Dakota, the principal matter
to be discussed being the tariff.
A. K. Tweto of Eagle, has been
put upon the ticket, instead ol
August Nelson, for constable. Mr.
Tweto is a bright, and pushing young
farmer and would make a capital
ollicer.
F. 15. Iloit of Aberdeen, an old
friend of Wright Orcutt was in the
of days this week with
horses,awaiting a train
to carry them to l'embina, where
he expects to sell tliein.
city eonjUp
a carload
J5. F. Oowl, who the citizens
thought would receive the appoint
ment as agent of the Great "Xort.ii
ern depot, has been promoted to
the agency ar. Watertown,
S.
D.
We congratulate hint on his suc
cess.
0. L. Mayer was in l'arl: and
IJriglitwood
3'e.'iterd.,iy
and says
there is a. dearth of Republicans,
there, 'in l'ark he says there were
not Republicans enough to sent! in
as delegates to the Republican con
vention.
Dr. M. X. Triplett, of Wahpeton
is one of the three examiners re
cently appointed for North Dakota
by President Harrison. Doc seems
to be looming up in politics, and
his Kidder county friends are de
lighted to obesrve it.—Steele Ozone.
VMr. Joseph Patterson, brother of
lianker Patterson is in the city,
llis home is in Hillsboro and lie is
now returning from Iowa, where he
has been visiting. Mr. Patterson
is favorably impressed with our city
and thinks strongly of locating here.
We hope he will for we are always
gHd to welcome new comers.
That was a close call for a serious
accident, yesterday, in the third
heat of the trotting race, but it was
happily averted. Lily liysdick soon
after the start broke and'Spike Sage,
driving Breckenridge, ran into
Lilly's sulky, spilling her driver on
the track, both horses got away but
were stopped without serious con
sequences.
Prof. Brann's silver- cornet band
of this citv furnishes the music
at the fair ground. The band is
composed of lifteen members and
discourses some very pleasing mu
sic. They tire very prompt to lill in
the time between the races with
some very line, selections. The
band gives open air concerts every
evening on the corner near Smith
& Moore's store.
The Dwight Farm and Land Co
made a large sale of blooded and
grade cattle on Saturday last to
Messrs. listes & Arthur of Webster
City, Iowa. The herd consisted of
about 100 and sold for about $20
apiece. Its a little out of the ordi
nary for Dakota to furnish Iowa
with cattle, but if farmers here
would raise more stock it would bo
better for them and the country.
There is no better state for raising
stock than North Dakota.
Our reporter found last night at
12 o'clock that the excitement inci
dent to the debate upon the tariff
had not yet subsided. Groups of ex
cited citizens were standing oil the
street corners discussing this sub
ject, and from the way tho Scandi
navian farmers took part in this
kind of outside debate it was very
evident that Col.-Benton had given
thein something to think about.
the farmers did their duty Richland
would go Democratic by a big ma.
jority.
Supt. House has application for
three (list grade teachers for schools
of this county. Forty dollars per
month is offered.
Graham says pool selling yester
day was good, considering it was
the first day of the Expo. Graham
Is a dandy in the pool box.
The Silver company moved out to
the fair grounds yesterday and will
give entertainments during the
three days of the fair.
It will be noticed that Thomas
Connoly, of Summit, lias been put
upon the Democratic ticket in the
place of Capt. Roberts, who is go
ing to Superior.
A. K.Tweto of Eagle has been put
upon the Democratic ticket instead
of August Nelson. Mr. Tweto is a
rustling young man and would
make a capital otlicial.
E. B. Winship, manager in the
Dakotas for the Great Equitable
Life Co., is in the city, taking in
the fair and attending to the in
terests of his company.
Wahpeton has the finest race
course in North Dakota. It is a
hull'-mile track and graded up in
such a manner that it is very easy
for a horse to trot over.
Oh, my country for a nominat ion,
was the dying gasp of some of the
would-be ollice holders yesterday.
But boys you know there are not
places enough to go around.
Politics are not. always a source
of comfort to those who have ambi
tions unrealized. Conventions
sometimes make a man wish "when
he wasshooted and when he was die"
It seems as though the original
package business is to nourish
again, as per Judge McConnell's re
cent decision. The legislature last
winter at. Bismarck did not enact
many laws that were worth much
to the average citizen but they did
not fail to draw their full salary for
vacation and all. Let us vote for
men who have brains enough to
enact laws of some practical value
and not. spend their time in fanati
cal balderdash.
$25.OO ICcwanl.
1 will pay the above reward for
positive information that will lead
to the identification of the party
who wrote ma a threatening letter
signed "Freedom"' and mailed in
th(! Wrhpeloti postofiico on Sunday,
Sept. 11, iX'.m. C. N.
WOOD.
Look Out. for I'ic-kpockets.
Policeman Howard Rice arrested
a pickpocket at the fair grounds
yesterday afternoon, who was caught
in the act of picking the pocket of a
lady. The thief dropped the pocket
book on the ground, but was nabbed
and hustled oil" to the lock-up.
On examination before Judge
Dow he was lined :!0 days and 6100,
or in default of latter, 7"H per day
till served out.
At the Fair.
The running race at the fair
grounds yesterday was entered by:
Hurry Morgan, $si*:iy irclliii£, owner \V. II.
Mor^ui, Wyinlmoro.
Ni'llio Cleveland, liny ni:irt\ owner Honmn
Perrunjf.
Maul of the West, l:iy inaiv, owner W.l*.
Knrly, ol* Summit.
and the result, with the riders, is as
follows:
Harry Morgan, Karnsworth
Mai«I of the West, IM Truax
Xullie Cleveland, I'errung :J 3
Time, I'M.
Premiums First, senond, third, §S.
The class, trotting race, purse
of $150, one mile heats, best three
in five to harness, was entered by:
Oi*pli iii Hoy, liay stallion, (J. U. Mathews,
l-Vnjus Kails
Hurry U„ :iy ueMin}.', W. H. Wooilwanl,
Mnorliusul.
•Mason, hay stallion, li.'T. Kingman, Hills
horn.
I.illy llysjirk, roan man-, li.C. dearies, Hills-
horo.
Urcckcnriilge. hay stallion, I'ele Hanson,
Uruckunriil^u.
The result—
AarryG 1
(M-])lian Hoy a
Lilly ttysilic-k 4 :i
Hioi:keun'ilf!e 3
5
Mason I 0
Time, 2:W, 2:40, it'll.
Premiums—Kirsl, STA seiioml, ,r,0 tliinl,
f-J-'.M) fonrtli, $15.
The following gentlemen acUM as judgus: .1.
II. Heals, .1. S. Peterson, }'. W. Unlilln^s, S. II.
Snyiler.
WEI»N USD A V, SlOI'T. 17.
Three minute class, open to all,
purse $150, one mile heats, best in
5 to harness, first to take $75, second
$:J7.50, third $22.
Maud Ari-liihalil
liiiekshol
•lulien
Urie Kins
1 1 3 1 1
5 :J 1 1
2 ii
1 4
•I'ime, ii:45, UH I, :JMtli,
.'MS.
The fourth heat was given to
Buckshot on a foul, but the little
Jamestown mare, under Spike Sage's
guidance, was landed safely in the
fifth heat for first place, ISuckshot
evidently being tired out.
Pony running race, $25 purse,
half mile heats, best 2 in .'J:
Itirtiu Colby, riih-r li. Colhy 3 3 3
Spotted Ka-,'le, rider Iteedy a 1 1
Snow Bull, rider Sanborn 1
'J
Prince. 4 4 4
Open to all running race, $100
purse, one-fourth mile heats, bast 2
in 3:
Hurry Morjjan, rider Karnswortli 1 1
Ulioyeniio, joe Solley
Maid of the West, Kil Truax 3 3
Mi-Ointy, Thompson 4
Hurry Morgtm look first money, $50. Cliey
enne seeontl, $80 Maid ol the West third, f®i.
The following gentlemen acted as
judges: J. li. Power, C. li. Ilill, A.
W. Harwood.
Tuners: John W. Dwight, E. E.
Cole.
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Wahpeton, Richland Co. North Dakota, Thursday) September 18, 1890. No. 24.
People Talked About.
Amli-ow Fossmn, of Wolcotl, was in town on
Ills way to the twin cities.
Hall says Pncccll docs ml know why the
horse did not win the race.
The Hon A lleitlie und his In-other were
greeted by their friends in Wahpeton.
Miss Uriggs has moved in her new builditls:
and has limits nicely arranged there.
Mr. and Mrs. Aim, of Hankinson, are viniling
lit Mr. John Shippan's diirin.!{ the lair.
Mr. Don J. Clark and wife, of Aberci-omble,
have taken a vacation and come to the lair.
The Hon. S. K. Stebbins, the popular cantli
ite for the .state senate, is taking in the expo
sllion.
Uov. Miller, and Mr. John Dwight, of the
Dwight Kami, were among the visitors yester
day.
Mr. K. (i. Kyle and wife, front Hankinson, are
I the it attending the fair, gnosis of Judge
cntt.
A. I,. Moe, of Collax township, was one of the
roiiiinenl delegates attending tho county con
dition.
Ol
Henry Jones and I.ars J.Johnson, of West
iinl. were greeting friends dining their stay in
the city.
Schreihor, 1 lie jeweler, says chicken shooting
no goad this year, hut he can get there if any
onecaii.
A. Lawrence is gradually convalescing and
llis friends hope to soon see Iiftn in his place of
business again. I
Itev. Win. Kdwurds. of Ahercronihie, is one
ot the many who are taking in the lair and vis
iting old friends.
Mr. It. I,. Kingman, the hunanza farmer of
1 rai 11 comity, is here alti-nding the exposition.
He bus bis It-otters here and i- computing for
lirst place.
Mr. D. Hell, of I-'ergtis Tails, wiio was until
recently one of our citizens, is here Inking in
the expo. Mr. iit'll is not taking any interest,
however, in '-the trot."
Dr. Hol'toe, of Abercrotiibie, came down to
look over the line dispiav at tin-lair and see
thai Ilie convention was coinlurted on the
square.
Mr. Henry Connolly has resigned his position
us wheat, buyer at Tyler slati and gentle
man from Winona, Minn., has been appointed
as Ins successor.
II oil..I. U. Power says thai lie coiilil not bring
his slock to the fail* this year on account til the
way trains now run on llie road, li would
take him about three days to get bis stock here,
which makes it very inconvenient.
IIOTHI. AltUIVAl.S.
MERCHANTS, Tuesday. IC- (. I, Howard. St
'uul: I, lute l.ow Codlin, Minneapolis Tbos
I Pbeips, A llelgcsou, Krvm Wing, Milnor, i\
I) Dr A Heuecin-1, l.idgerwoiid, .N I) Wm
lKssle, John Hess, rurgo W S New
ark John Dwight, Dwight: A (i Devitt. Moore.
Ion Krank Heals, Jamestown II II Stork, l-'or
man John Myhra. Dwight: A II Mathews,
lireekeiiriilge liov Mohn Miller, Dwight: (i
Mathews, .1 A Mi-Kaukey. Fergus Kails:
loues, llankinson I W Cranmcr, tjeo Carraci.
Chicago Turner, Duliith: Hilly IJolile, W I.
S S I a a A ix I
Kowle, Kargo A ti Anderson, While llock Clias
I'. (Jlazier and wife, Adams Centre: I". .1 Shields.
Campbell, Moorheail Porter Smith, liarric:
A fipauldiug, K.-iii-riiotinl.
WAHPKTON IIOTKI.-K L.atidniurke, I, llite,
Paul Kniiert, W Cidihy, S Smith. Kdward Hor
wick, W Stickney, ,\ V'aucory. (jeo Holmes.
ST. Jamkn—Uotit Wilcox, 1. .Morun. Itiver
Kalls, Wis I' Kenneally, t.arinioie Sam Smith,
l.ake C'ity, .Minn Bert Aldielt, Head, IIS
Say lor, Chas l-| unl, l.owry. Minneapolis
A McCorrun, liorlton, S I): A Koss, Sivert
Sivertsou, O Melby, .1 Stensand. l.isbonS
Miss Hena Kaulbaber, Paul .lohnsen, Taylor.
Ilow-urd 'I'aylor, Kairmonut
COM.MKKCIAI. Ilo-tia,—I! It Ctirkiy. Minne
apolis Lewis Krickson, II l-'reekeksoii,
II eg lie mill sun, A I leg
lie, John ti limn.
Jens lliig-en, llnlve Miig-en, S Hi-llin ., .Mai-ius
lliiiisen, II Kutlsuid, liugeii. Andrew
Jet-sen. A Peterson. Christ l-'loskrud,
l'eter Time. Halver listkke, A Poriie, Ktuite
Iver.son, I' Iterg-. A Steellijiininer. Woitult
A Spauliling, l-'airiuoiint [, Severtson,
Christine Uriek ^tal'ne, .1 tl111 Wold, II tap
per, .1 1' Kmiilestvcilt, l-'red I'.lier. Alierernni
liie Joe Solley, Miinor (i Ki listiieli and
wife, Wiiionn John l,inu, I. A Moe. II fi
ver. Christine N Wight, Center l-'red (ie
oi'o, l'l-iitik livets, Sliiniek, Ceorge tintn
liart, .Minneapolis .loliu Velat, S l-'rieiliiuin,
St Paul Mr Eviins and wife, Mr Me.Noen,
llelfnril John (i Mihelitcli, l.iilgerwoinl
.lolin Koteliean, Moiireton l'eter Anderson,
Watertown Haaval Olson, ISarrie .1 A l-'ni
ler. Kindred Peter Selimiilt, liarrie LA
Tyson, Hankinson Brick Lee, Vangs
ness. Kiliilreil Thus Olson, llnrrie: Wrig ht,
l-'urgo Glen 13 Morris, l{ Carpenler, Au
gusta: A Ciuey, Albert Nelson, Mieliae
Johusnn, Dexter A Siiellinglon, Milnor
FA Tliumiisoti, Wj-iKlmei-e I. Joliusou
llenr.v Jones, West
.End.
ABEHCROMUIE ITEMS.
To the 1-Mitor ol The Times.
llrakke says the Farmer's store
is doing a wholesale business.
Alike Wieklien the proprietor of
the Merchants notel. has bought 110
acres of land adjoining town on the
west side for $20 per acre.
George A. Hammer returned
Monday morning front a trip to St.
I'aul. George says the Dakota girl
got out ahead and that she is a
dandy too.
T. F. Ilealy has purchased the old
store building of E.G. Uarneby and
he intends to lill it up with ma
chinery. Tom is a good business
business man and is a rustler.
Mons Osterhein is the new clerk
in the Farmer' store. Mons is a
bright and prosperous young man,
courteous to everybody and there is
no known reason why he should
not make a good clerk."
JOTICK—TIMBKH CULTURIO-U. S. LAND
(Hlleo at K:il'£!o. N li Inomd f'.lli
THE
I'resci-iptioiis a SpeeiaKy.
CITY
WAHPETON,
Goods First-Class
1
Wild
entry ....
1SS-J upon the nwii section5, township 1-Jtl. r.-tii^
•IS,Richland comity, North Dakota, witli a view
to the eiiueoliatlou of maid entry contestant al
loitluix that the said William Tanner failed to
break or causeto he broken 5 acres of said tract
•luring the first, sccoml, third, fourth, tilth and
sixth years of saiu entry, and failed lo plant any
of said tract dtiriiigsaid time to
trees, tree seeds
or cutting!!, and that said failure still cxittls.
The said parties are hereby summoned to
appear at tliis office 011 the tbih (lav of October,
ltd*), at 10o'clock a. m. to respond and Iiirnish
testimony concerning said alleged failure.
WALDO M. POTTKIi, Kegister.
W. E. PUBCBLI.. Attorney.
(First publication Ang. Mth, 1890.)
1- JJSVS
yw-'v?.
You Ought
Leather. Xo Cheap John Goods in Stock. A FAIR TICKET
GIVKN with every pair of shoes that cost. $2.00 or over.
HUNT, THE SHOE MAN, Wahpeton, N, D.
IE3I^.asrij-2"'s O
Raisins. Nuts, Figs, Dates, Plums,
O S E S
Malaga, Concord and Delaware G-rap
AT WIIOI.KSAI.I-: AND IIIOTAII,,
Hang Him! Lynch Him!
He Sells Too Cheap!
Who?
GEORGE,
The Footwear Man.
His cninjiotiiiirs suy ho is the Meanest Man in town.
Itemise lie wont ask Two Prices for a mean shoe made
mean man. See his new price sheet.
FAIR WEEK will be
BARGAIN WEEK
AT
LOUNSBURY'S
Furniture Rooms.
Tho Greatest Assorted sloe
vicinity is now on tap Don't neglect calling when in
town and looking ns over.
AND
R. LOUXSJSULTY,
C.
s.
to be Clubbed
II Vau Don't call on
and see the most complete stock of
Ladies, Gents and Childrens Boots and Shoes
Ever Shown in Wahpeton.
The liest $ !.((» Shoe in the Market .... p0r Ladies
The lJest SH.OI) Shoe in the Market por Gents
The liest 82.00 Shoe in the Market For Boys and Misses
Also a full line of Childrens'Shoes. All goods warranted to be Solid
N
SHOE MAN
LID
S
SNYMTH &C MOORE,
Rice,the Fruit Man.
Wholesale and Hetail Dealer in
FRUITS ai CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO CIGARS,
-ANO PUOHHIKTOK OF-
IV'KKIN COSTA,\T1.V IN THKIK UIVSI'KCTH I-: SKAXON'S
Apples, Peaches, Pears, Bananas,
WATERMELONS,
Oranges, Lemons, and Pineapples
VEGETABLES,
M.
TAI:TID.
I S S
l'aient Medicines, Chemicals. Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery and
WALL PAPE12,
Walipeten, X. |.
NORTH DAKOTA.
Why
l»y a
ever displayed to Wahpeton and
No Trouble to Show Goods.
Our Prices are the Lowest.
Our Styles are the Latest.
Thoroughly Warranted.
WAHPETON, N. D.
COMSTOCK,
aiatei*! & Declarator,
And Dealer in
And the J. ti. Ke.-irliull', Slory & Camp and other Standard
plan without In*—
Paper Paints, (Oils, Glass,
M6B 8EV 1 UCBDIE.
DABBELLAY BLOCS. W,
7
iiift and Pianos, sold on lustsllment
f. DAKOTA.
'Hi?-®
HSWT
'j
T. StereiMiS
D*lw
,n
GENERAL HARDWARE
Wahpeton, Dakot*.
ABAX8 ft WI8TUXIM0MAB08
STOyn.
The Beat Onsollne Stove Made.
^TCall and See Them Before Baying.
While at the Fair
Have Your
Watches CM &Sep8iral
Albert Schreiber,
Shop in Lawrence's Drug Storo.
-HEADQUARTERS—
SCHOOLBOOKS
and School Supplies.
Wholesales Retail
Only Large and Complete StO"k in Comity.
OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST.
Orders fn.ni Country Stores and Teachers solid
led and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Respectfully
HENRY MILLER,
DRUliUIST AND BOOKSELLER.
E 6. ALBRECHT,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
HARNESS
of all kinds
Light and Heavy,
Collars, Blankets, Whips, Ply
Nets, Laj) itobes, Turf
liooris.
In Tact a full supply of cverytliin« in that liue
Walipetou, North Dakota.
Februaryfl'be St. Hani, Minneapolis and
lot Ban I J,""1"''1'" mid a I In
1 Sf.i 1 nHn I Hl'illlcllfk! IRailway«liu
iMMiiiiu
ith100 miles steel track it runs tlu-oiurh
W counties in Minnesota. North and South
Dakota anil Montana, reaching all urinciDul
points from St. Paul, Minneapolis, West Su.
jierlor und Duluth.
It turnislies through close connections, the test
and cheapest route to all points in Idaho.
UluU, Cnliioriiiti, Oregon, Washington, British
Coiumbuj, Alaska, the Canudiaii Nonhwest
mid Manitoba.
It Is the only American line west ot Chicago
having a track laid with 75 pound steel raus
and owning its entire magnigcent equipment
ot elegant dining anil sleeping cars, liunilsonie
day coaches and Iree colonist sleepers.
Miiilie„?"1J' 'j"6 'uniiiiig through the great
Milk River Heserv.-iticn. with solid trains
without change to Chinook, Benton, Ureat
Falls, Helena and Butte.
U.i?
ilie.
short1st.
fil
1
It reaches more points in the Dakotas and Min
nesota tliau any other iine.
route
east Pe
'»y 48 miles between
M"uie:,Polls
St. Paul aud the
It is the only short route from Wahpeton to
Fargo, Moorheail, arand Forks, Cisselton.
May\ille, I.ariinore, Hope, Devils Lake. Grul
ton and all points in the Northwest
It is the best line to Kllendale, Rutland. Aber
deeii, Morris, Benson, Watertown, Huron,
illmar, hioux alls and all points in lon-u,
Nebraska, Kansas and the Southwest.
Ijocal Time,
I WAHPETON Arrive.
St Paul Mail, except
Sundays, for Morris,
Benson, Willmar, St.
....Cloud,St. Paul
Night Express, daily,
lor Morris, Benson,
Huron, Watertown,
Willmar, Sioux Falls,
...St. Cloud,St.Paul...
Night, Express, daily,
for Fargo, Winnipeg,
Devils Lake Butte and
IS it. Ill.
10M8 p. m.
5:10ii. m.
310 a. m.
Pacitic coast
:l:10a. til.
Dak jta Express, exc'pt
Sundays, for Casselton,
Hope, Lariinore
Aberdeen Accommoda
tion, except Sunday, for
Hankinson, Ellendale,
a. 111.
10:18 p. m.
!):33 p. m.
p.m. Aberdeen
12:10 o. m.
For rates, tickets, maps and guides, apply to
M. MUNSON, Local Agent.
or write to F. I. WHITNEY, Gen1: Pass, end
ricketAgeiit, Great Northern Railway, St. Paul.
Minnesota.
"VfOTICE OF SALE.—Notice is hereby given
that by virtue of a judgment rendered aud
given by the district court of the fourth judicial
district in and for the county of Richland aud
state ol North Dakota, anil entered and docket
ed in the ofllce of the clerk of said court in and
lor said county, on the 18th day of July, 1890 in
an action wherein W Scliouweiler and A
Schouweiler, partners trading as W and A
Scliouweiler are plaintiffs and Mary Keller
Bitrrer i.- defendant, in favor of the said plain
ill's und against the said defendant Mary Keller
Burger, for the sum of one hundred and sixty
nine dollars aud sixty cents, which judgment
among other things directed the vile by me of
the real estate hereinafter described, to satlsfy
the amount of said judgment, with interest
thereon and the costs and expenses or such sale.
or so much thereof as the proceeds of such sale
applicable thereto will satisfy. And by virtue
'l a writ to me issued out or the ofllce of the
Clerk of said Court iu and for said County of
Richland and under the seal or said Court.
directing me to sell said rea 1 property pttrvwant
Judgment anil decree, I. Miller.
Sheritt or said County, aud person appointed by
said Court to make said sale, will sell the here.
ilia Iter described real estate to the highest bid
der, for cash, at public auction, at the front
door of the conrt house in the City or Wahoeton
in the County ol Richland and state of North
Dakota, on the 30th day of September A. D.
1890, at 10 o'clock A. M. ol that day, to satisfy
said judgment, with interest and costs thereon.
and the costs and expenses of such sale, or so
much thereor ns the proceeds of such sale snniw
cable thereto will satisfy. The premises to be
sold as aloresaid pursuant to said judgement
and decree, and to said writ, and to this notice,
are described in satd jnbgment, decree and writ
as follows, to-wit:
The north liair(nj) of south half (si) oHecUoii
twenty-rour (34) township one nundred and
thirty (130) north Range fSrly-elght^ wJ* I
Richland County, North Dakotafthe same
the real estate attached by me on Aprils—
by virtue of a warrant of attachment la
of satd court in said action ou Apnl 85.
A
M-
West
S3-
J. H. MILLKR n®
FRANK GRAY, Sherlfl Rlchland County,'N. D.
Attorney for Plaiutitts, Wahpeton N
(First publication August
V,
1800.)
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