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it Furniture, 1 You Ever Consider that a firm's ability to make low prices depends prin cipally on their expense acount. Business is rushing with us. WhyP Because we sell Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, Etc., at prices which more pretentious firms are unable to give. Every day we sell to customers who have looked all over town. They are satisfied. So are we. If vou need anything in our line call in. It won't cost you anything to look and it may save you considerable money. Enterprise Hardware, Mathisen & McQuarrie, Props. EVERYONE WANTING A PIAN 03=0RGAN Or.Any Musical Instrument, SHOULD WRITE AT ONCE TO W. J. DYER & BRO., MJ^andMB^^ae^Thlfc^Street, ST. PAUL. BQ9 and Bll Nicollet Avenue. ''i^'^The Oldest/Largest (and'Most'Reliable Music House IN jTHE NORTHWE8T. [DEAER IN] OsnabiHPck, ABENCKfrn **faa»Uon nUb-i totoOMkmifMim Do* ton kOttiia I a a a wmm an MINNEAPOLIS. Mew Upright Pianos, $225 to $1,000. New Parlor Organs, $60 to $150. Ott MSY INSTALMENT PAYMENTS. GTE IN WAY, CHICKERING. GABLER AND OTHER CELEBRATED PIAN08, WILCOX A WHITE DYER PROS. ORGANS. Muaio and Musical Goods of Every Description in Tmm«n«« Variety. SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES. PRICES. ETC* FREE. We Guarantee Lowest Prices, Best Goods and Perfect Satisfaction CHAS. CHISHOLM Undertaking. Parlor and Bed Room Suits, Spring Mattresses, Tables, Chairs, Etc. JOHN BIDLAKE HARDWARE --AND-- MACHINERY, JT. D. Newspaper Law. Any person who has taken a paper regularly from the postoffice—whether directed to his name or another's, or whether he has subscribed or not—is responsible for the payment. The coarts have decided that refus ing to take newspapers or periodicals from the postoffice, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, prima facia evidence of intentional fraud. If any person orders his paper dis continued he must pay all arrearages, at the publishers may continue to send it until payment is made, and collect the whole amounts whether the paper is taken from the office or not. .-:vs 1 .- A PETERTOWN PROP] It Took Some Time, but «Hi There at but r Miss Susie Tansy—Do you what time it is, Honk Stoner,? Got OW /'-i Hank Stoner—No, nor I dottH care. ••Oh, you don't? Well, it's time all good little boys were at. home bed-" ft ., ••You don't sayP" "Yes, I do, smarty and you'd better be going." "I'll go when I git ready."* "Sasts box." "Say, Susie." "Say it yourself, while your mouth's open." "Pshaw, now, Susie I'm in 'earn est" "Well, what am I doing?" "You know what you know I've been going with you a long time, Suse." "Pugh! what if you have? Guess I never asked you to go with me, and— 11 o'clock! you going to stay here all night?" "Pshaw, Suse! you're tickled enough to have me stay, and you know it!" "A-a-a-w, Hank Stoner! As though I cared whether you go or stay— Pugh!" ••Oh, I guess I an't such a fool as I look. But say, Susie?" ••Well, say it, then, you ninny! My land o' rest, I an't hinderin' you." ••You are, too." ••Tee, hee. hee, hee!" "Honest Injun now, Suse I'm in dead earnest. I an't been your shad der six months for nothin'." "Myshadder! La, Hank!" "You know I an't" "How should I know? I an't a witch." "You act like one." "You're polite, I must say!" ••I meant it as a compliment." "Smart compliment" 'I think the world and all of you, Susie." "La, Hank!" "I an't foolin'." "Tee, hee, hee, hee!" 'Did you ever happen to think that you and me was old enough to git married?" '•P-o-o-h, Hank!1' "We air. I an't thought of much else of late." "You redickerlus thing!" "Well, I iin't. You like me purty well, don't you?" 'I'd be smart to say so if I did." 'Well, you might when we're going to git married." "Who said we were going to git married? It takes two to make a bar gain. Mr. Smarty." "But you will, won't you, Susie?" "I'll think about it." "Pshaw, Susie why can't you say •yes' right out?" "Oh, you're too anxious, and—let go my hand!" "I shan't do it, and you can't make me, either." "You mean thine! I've a notion to —the idea of you pr.l lln your arm around my waist like that and—now, you dare to kiss me again! What if pa and ma should come in?" "Pooh! They're in bed, where they ought to be!" 'Nice way to talk about my pa and ma. It's a good thing for you they are in bed!" "Yes, I think so myself. I'd rattier have 'em there than here." "Tee, hee, hee! you mean thing!" "Come, now, Susie, say yes. I love you like all possessed!" "Aw, Hank! Take your mouth away from my cheek—g'way!" "I won't do it unless you say 'ves' first" "Well—if I must—yes." "Hooray!" 'Shut up! Good heavens! You want to raise the deadP" "I'm so happy, Suse!" "Well don't go crazy if you goose!"—Munsey's Weekly. LIGHT TO TELL THE TIME. One May Kead the Hour In a Pitch-Dark Room. Some English electricians have in troduced an electric light apparatus for illuminating the face of a watch at any hour of the night. It is made of a small divided case, with a minute incandescent lamp and reflector fixed in the rim and made hollow so that the watch may be laid inside this case, and upon pressing a small stud the face of the watch is brilliantly illumi nated. The electricity is supplied by a small dry battery, which may be at tached to any part of bed or in any part of room, and connected with the watch-case by a flexible cord. Properly made, there is no reason why the watch-case could not be car ried in one's vest pocket and the bat tery in nmther pocket, the watch chain •'i a connecting cord. The Pulpit and the Stage. Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United Brethern church, Blue Mound, Kan., says: "I feel it my duty to tell what wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has done for me. My lungs were badly diseased, and my parishioners thought I could live only a few weeks. I took five bottles of Dr. Kings New Dis covery and am sound and well, gaining 26 lbs. in weight." Arthur Love, Manager Love's Funny Folks Combination, writes: "After a thorough trial and convincing evidence I am confident Dr. King's New Dis covery for consumption, beats 'em all, and cures when everything else fails. The greatest kindness I can do my many thousand friends is to urge them to try it." Free trial bottle at Dr. Donovan's drag store. Begular sizes 50c. and Sl.OO. Wanted. At the Columbia hotel immediately One good laundry girl. Good wages paid to experiepced person. T. E. BUBKB, Prop. The Harvest Is Past, but the summer is not yet ended, and is the time for building and repairing. The farmer will know by this time the extend of the damage done by frost and will have a fair idea of the amount of improvements he can afford in- the way of building and repairing. Almost every man in the county will have to something in this line this season. We would be pleased to meet each and every one of you and talk with you about lumber. We would be more than pleased to sell you your building material. We have a good dry stock of all that is needed for building and re pairing. We will not be undersold and will try to make all our dealings pleas ant and profitable for you. We will buy barley this year, and will take all kinds of grain in exchange for lumber or accounts and will pay one cent above market price for same. MAHON & ROBINSON. Notice- Tenders will be received by the board of commissioners of Cavalier county, N. D., up to noon of October 5th, 1891, for seven suitable rooms to be used as county offices for a term of three years, said tenders must specify the location and size of rooms and amount of year ly rent asked for said tenders must further specify the number, size and kind of vaults in connection with rooms if any. The board reserves the right to re ject any or all bids. Dated at Langdon, N. D., this 9th day of September, 1891. II. D. ALLERT, 5-7 County Auditor. City Auditor's Report. To the Hon. Mayor and City Council of the City of Langdon. I have the honor to submit herewith my semi-annual report showing the financial condition of the city of Lang don, for the six months ending Sept. 1, 1891. GENERAL FUND. Cash on hand March 1st..£456 01 Received taxes, 1890 390 00 $846 01 By light, fuel and repairs $152 68 Election expenses 34 00 Printing and advertising 15 50 Street labor 4 00 Miscellaneous expenses 100 77 Apportionment to salary fund 400 00 interest 87 65 Cash on hand 61 41 dog $846 01 SALARY FUND. Cash on hand March lst...$ 45 45 Apportionment 400 00 $445 45 Paid officers' salaries $340 80 Cash on hand 104 65 $445 45 INTEREST FUND. To apportionment $87 65 By paid interest on city bonds with exchange $87 65 Respectfully submitted, O. C. WENTWORTH, City Auditor County Treasurer's Statement. September 1,1891. State fund 8 224 49 County general fund 451 54 Interest fund 29 41 Stock fUnd 82 General school and school poll fund 147 20 Register deeds salary fund 143 98 Institute .fund 1 55 Road and bridge fund 103 51 Alma Township fnnd 168 22 4 82 1 00 167 84 2 40 82 81 1 00 16 85 7 29 1 00 82 88 2 86 9 28 61 59 10 46 18 54 17 46 480 44 12 96 68 29 96 Cypress Fremont Harvey Hope Langdon Langdon Langdon city Linden Township Linden dog Loam Moscow Milton town Montrose township Osnabrock Olga Perry Alma School District Fund Cypress Fremont Harvey Hops Langdon Tp Langdon city school Linden school district Loam Moscow Milton Montrose Osnabrock Olga Perry Interest and penalty fund Permanent school fund Sinking fond State tuition fond 28 51 15 00 4 60 117 88 4 76 15 18 192 27 22 64 56 00 17 94 475 74 27 56 459 51 8 92 Total $8,575 84 FDKDB DEPOSITED AS FOLLOWS: Deposited in Bank oi Langdon 4)1,178 29 Deposited in State Bank of Milton 1,885 88 Cash on hand 1,011 67 Total $3,575 84 STATE or Noam DAKOTA 1 County of Cavalier, I, D. H. McMillan, treasurer of Cavalier coun ty, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief as ?peara from the books of this office. orrect attest. D. H. MCMILLAN, D. ALLEBT. County Treasurer. OountyAnditor. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of September, 1891. l5 I. DAWSON, (Seal) Notary Public. Are you married? if not send your address to the Amercan Corresponding Club, F. O. Box 643, Clarksburg, W.Ya. Take Notice. All accounts due the Columbia hotel since November 6,1890, and up to and including July 1st 1891, will be paid to the undersigned. WE ARE ST* 501 DAVID HAYWARD, for the sw \4, se sw and sw J4 se Vff, sec. 85, twp 162 n, range 60 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: Herman Dolimau. Anton Mnhs, John Gagan, Jopeph^ liftman all of Langdoit Joseph Cavalier countv, N. D. 5-10 First publication Sept. 17,1891. Notice of mortgage Sale. Default existing in a mortgage dated July 24th, A. D. 188'J, recorded in Cavalier county. Territory of Dakota, (now State of North Daitota,) on the 27th day of July, A. T. 1889, nt 1:15 o'clock p. m., in bcok 16 of mortgages, on pnge 10, whereby George liiedhummer, mortgagor, mortgaged to Farmers' Trust Company as mortgagee, tlie East one-hnlf of the North East quarter (e y. of lie 4) and the East one-hail of the South Ea« quarter (e ]4 of se !A) Notice To Creditors. In the matter of the estate of Michael Laugan, late of the town of Osnabrock, county of Cava lier, State of North Dakota, deceased. All persons having claims against said Michael Langan, deceased, are required to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers to the under signed duly appointed and qualified guardian of said estate, atner residence In the town of Osua brock, county of Cavalier, state of North Dakota, and that four months after the first publication of this notice has been limited as the time for creditors to present and prove their claims against said estate. Dated the 8th day of September, 1891. SARAH LANGAN, Guardian of the estate of said deceased. By H. A. BUSSIERES, FOR HARDWARE.,, Having completed our Fall Stock or Hardware we are now prepared to furnish goods at prices that defy competition. Builders, Farmers aid Threshers will do well to call and examine our goods and.get prices. We carry the Largest and Most Re plete Stock of Hardware in Cavalier County. Having carefully watched the wants of our customers we feel confi dent that you will not be disappointed in coming to us for any thing you need in our line. Plummer &McNiv en U. S. Land Ofiice, Grand Forks, N. D.. Sept. 12,1891. Notice is hereby given that the following nam ed settler has filed notice ofhis intention to make final live year proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will lie made before the clerk of district court of Cavalier county. North Dakota, at Lungdon, N. D., on November 2,1891, viz: JAS. ELTON, Register. of section eighteen (18) in township one hundred sixty-three (163) north of Range sixty (60) west. Notice, That under the power of sale contained therein and by virtue of said default, no action having been instituted at law or otherwise to re cover the debt secured by said mortgage or any pnrt thereof, the said mortgage will be foreclosed hiid the snid premises sold at public auction to the highest bidder by tho Sheriff of Cavalier county, on Saturday the 7th day of November, A. D. 1891, at 10 o'clock a. ni. to pay the amount of fifty-five dollars (855), being the interest due and unpaid upon the principal note securcd by said mortgage tip to July 1st. 1891. which is claimed to be due at this date, and costs, and $50 attorney fee as stipulated in said mortgage. Dated Grand Forks, N. D. Sept, 13, A. D. 1891. FARMERS' TRUST COMPANY, BURKE CORBET, Attorney. 5-11 Mortgagee. First publication Sept. 17,1891. Notioe of mortgage Sale. Default existing in mortgage dated May 21st, A. D. 1891, recorded in Cavalier county, Territory of Dakota, (now State of North Dakota,) on the 24tli day of May, A. D. 1889, at 2:30 o'clock p. in., in book 18 of mortgages on page 387, whereby Charles B. Wrightson and Hannah, his wife, mortgagors, mortgaged to Farmers' Trust Com pany as mortgagee, the West one-half of tho South West quarter (w 'A of sw 20 and the North East quarter ol the South West quarter (ne W of sw of section three (8) in town&hip one hundred sixty (160) north of range fifty-nine (59) west Notice, That under the power of sale contained therein and by virtue of said default, no action having been instituted at law or otherwise to re cover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof, the said mortgage will be foreclosed and,'the said premises sold at public auction to the highest bidder by the Sheriff of said county on Saturday the 7th day of November, A. D. 1891, at 10 o'clock a. m. to pay the amount of thirty-four dollars ($84), being the defaulted interest upon said mortgage up the 1st day of June. A. D. 1891, and claimed to be due at this date and costs, and $50 attorney fee as stipulated in said mortgage. Dated Grand Forks, N. D.,Sept. 12, A. D. 1891. FARMERS' TRUST COMPANY, BURKE CORBET, Attorney. 5-11 Mortgagee. Attorney for Guardian, 3-# Langdon, N. Dakotc Arrilla Normal and Classical Academy —AND— North Dakota Conservatory of Music. A tehool which offers superior advantages in all departments of study—Combining thorough work uith the culture and care of a refined home. FALL TERM BEGIN8 OCT. 18, 1891. For particulars address, BET. J. A. BBOWN, A. Jt. MISB s. II. BBOWN, M. Mus. Principals. ARVILLA, NORTH DAKOTA. Rand, McNally & Co., PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS. Chicago, May 28,1890. Me6sss. Dean & Payne, General Agents. Gentlemen: Enclosed I hand you check for $1,157.80 in payment of premium on my last policy of $20, 000 in your company. I have car ried insurance in the Northwestern Mutual Life of Milwaukee for over 20 years as well as in some other companies. Within the past two years I increased my line in your company to $50,000, the full limit which is more than I carry in any other one company. I am ac quainted with some of your officers and have great confidence in the company's management. Very Truly Yours, ANDREW MCNALLY. J. D. MXLLS, State Agent, "Northwestern," Grand Forks, N.D. Job work of all kinds turned out on shortest notice at the DEMOCRAT Bee. Prices that always suit. .Y."-. •»,. S. LAND OFFICE. Grand Forks. Dak.. August 24,1801. Notice is hereby given that the following-nam ed settler has filed notice of his intenUon to matte final five year proof in support of his claim, and that snid proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court for Cavalier County.* N. D., at Langdon, N. D., on Octnher 8, 1891, viz: ANDREW PORTER, E 10654 tor the neX, sec32, twp 164 n. range 62 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: II. D. Allert. Samuel Hines, John Hannah, David Hannah til of Hannah P. O., Cavalier county, N. D. 8-7 JAS. ELTON. Regis'.er. U. S. Land Office, Grand Forks, Jf. ft., August S5,189!. Notice is hereby given that the following nam ed settler has filed notice ofhis intention to make final Ave year proof in support ofhis claim, and that said proof will be made before the clerk of the district court of Cavalier eountv, sta'e of North Dukotu at Langdon, on October 19, 1991, viz: JAMES O'GKADY. for tho nc ec It), twp lfil n. range 59 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continnous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: James Lindsay, James Oeherg, Daniel Horgan, Michael Horgan all of Langdon, Cavalier coun ty, N. D. 2-7 AS ELTON, Register. (First publication August 61 1891.) Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale. Default having been made in the condition of aceitain mortgage executed and delivered by Susan Martel, an nnmarried woman, mortgagor, to the Dakota Mortgage Loan Corporation, a cor poration duly established and having its princi pal place of business in Boston in the county of Suffolk and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, mortgagee—the name of which said corporation, said mortgagee, having been since the execution of said mortgageand to wit: on the twenty-fifth day of May A. D. 1888, by act of the legislature of said commonwealth, of Massachusetts, ap proved ou said day. changed to Globe Now thereiori!. notice is hereby given that by virtue of such power of sale and of the statute in such case made and provided, the said mort gaee will be foreclosed by sale of the premises described in said mortgage, which sale will be made at the Iront door of the courthouse or building used as the court house in Langdon, in the said County of Cavalier in the State of North Dakota, at public auction by the sheriff of said last named county, or his deputy, on Saturday the nineteenth dnyof September A. D. 1891, at two o'clock in the afternoon, to satisfy the amount which shall then be due on said mort gage, with the interest thereon and the costs and expenses of sale, as stipulated in said mortgage in case of foreclosure. The premises described in said mortgage and so to be sold are situated in tho said county of Cavalier and described as follows, to wit: The Southwest quarter of section eighteen (If in township one hundred and sixty-thn .(163) north, range fifty-eight (58) west of the fifth principal meridian. And said premises will be sold subject to redemption at any time within one year from the date oi sale, as provided by law. Dated at Fargo, North Dakota, this sixteenth day of July A. D. 1891. CHARLOTTE A. JOHNSON, 88cti°n iSi of numbered eighteen (18) and the 2.u. ,er ,he m- istfif itSSt! 9:» Investment Company,—said mortgage being dated the tenth day of August A.D. 1885, and recorded as a mortgnce in the registry of deeds in the county of Cavalier and Territory of Dakota (now state of North Dakota) on the fourteenth day of August A. D. 1885 in book 9 of mortgages on page 5. And whereas the Said mortgage was assigned by the said The Dakota Mortgage Loan Corpora tion to Charlotte A. Johnson by an assignment duly recorded in said, registry of deeds on the 21st day of September A. D. 1885 in book Oof Mortgage Deeds on page 5 and whereas said mortgage was afterward furthei1 assigned by the"' said Globe Investment Company (formerly the: Dakota Mortgage Loan Corporation) to said Charlotte A. Johnson by an assignment dated the 21th day of April A. D. 1891 and duly recorded in thesaid registry of deeds on the 1st day of July A. D. 1891 in book 14 of mortgageson 'page I91 And whereas there is claimed to be due on said mortgage at the date of this notice the sum of Six Hundred Sixty-two and 5-100 dollars «P62.05) in cluding taxes and interest, penalty and costs accrued thereon paid on said land after default in the payment thereof by the said mortgagor, and interest on all thereof in accordance with the terms and conditions of said mortgage, and no action or proceeding at law or otherwise hav ing been instituted to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof and where as the power of sale contained in and recorded with said mortgage has become and is operative: fj :7 ft I Assignee of Mortgagee. Albert W. Casey, Fargo, N. Dakota, attorney for assignee of mortgagee. First publication Aug, 27",'1891. Notice of Sale. —2-8 WHEREAS, default hae been made in tho con ditionsi of a mortgage, containing a power of sale dated January 24th, A. D. 1888, and duly recorded In the ofiice of the Register of Deeds of Cavalier county,ihen in Dakota Territory, now in 8tat» J"0™1 Dakota, Jannary 80th, A. D. 1888, at 1 °l 4.80 clock p. u. in book 8 of mortgagee, pun 483. whereby Daniel Jerome and Mary Jerome, (his S wife), mortgagors, mortgaged to D. S. B. John ston Land Mortgage Company, a corporation duly organised and existing under the laws of Hie state of Minnesota, mortgagee, the east half» of the southwest quarter (eH of swVi), and the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter (swH northwest quarter 9' ,#ctlon nineteen (10), in town- •hip one hundred sixty-two(162)o! rang*fifty-seven 157), containing 160 acres,more or lees, according to thereof. 1 Cavalier county., then in Dakota Territory, now in State o! Norn w5.lch defaolt said power of sale has proceeding? or action at i" "«n instituted to recover the debt re-' thereof, and raew is claimed to be dne ana is doe on said mortgage at the date hereof tlt.it. hereby given, that by virtue of •aid power said mortgage will be foreclosed and auction by the sheriff i• by statnts pro *®»1 *t o'clock la the Start?!?? 'l0Ilt d.°°r of the offlee of the £5?^ I-uwdon. Issddconn w^ddebuSg^^fS mortgage. stipulated in said ffa 4h?^''bu"e?eot« allowed by law. w°* W MOBTOAOECO....Mortgagee.Mortgagee.OC°«OAOEM Bnoklan's Arnioa^alwe. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevei sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains corns, and all skin eruptions, and pos ltiyely cures piles, or no pay required. guaranteed to give perfect satis raction, ormqnev refunded. Pric 26c per box. For sale by IS. I. Donovan. f-'