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Th. following lndlo*t«i Uic aUte of th. J.- trVlcloi or product named below FrwU butler, pet pound Frwli e*g«, per dojcn Poultry, per pound Ontotw, pur buehel 11 PeUtoee per bualiel Heef. pound perk per pound .... Ottaperbuahel Hw, per ton OtMperbuahel 1 Ray, per ton Dry oek wood per cord Jt Oreen oak wood, per cord 8 loll wood per «ord I 0 Barley, per bushel I Wheat No. I hard per buttael Q* A. R« WARDEN POST NO. M. Recular meetlnnerery eecondandfoutthMon lay jf each month. ^JSuXfrmt. A. R. *•«. A PEMBINA LODGE HO. 10. Regular meeting* In the evenlnge of •rat and hlrd Frld day of every month. KABKRilAUI.l. FCMtBCI,*.*' Secretary. DR.J.J. I. O. O. Ft -j Recular meetlnga erery Wednesday evuiilnR. All Brethren In good •land agaro cordially Invited. IIUSIJiEM CAll OS. sjxajLZ*. F. D. HAIITHOJI. Attornc?-iii-t«a\v l«and nttd Loan b|eat Of* let In Welmti-r building, itotoue street, PEXIUXA. DAKOTA. Gr. A. tlrl'IIRA. SOTARY PUBLIC, DllA Y.TOX, DAKOTA U. J. It «!»«, ATTOKSKY AT l.AW, PEN BIS A. DAKOTA. w. KNBgtHAW, Lawyers. Will practice in Court* of Dakota, Minnesota, and before United Slates Laud oOce. Mouey to Lout* nnd Collections made. PEMBIXA, DAKOTA. T,W.«ArKMF.Y, XJJ^l W BATIfOA 'ilu DAKOTA, FIZ73XCXJLXT9. C, HAS. N. IIAIIIIIS, M. D. Physician anil Surgeon, round it al) hours «li«o not iir"fvssio»ttlfy engaged at 9liort Bros.' jr It I.. i.*'tvUa drui stores at day time and at Uapt. Jack'* imiMing, Cavilecr Street st night. A~ REII.I.V. H. B. 8t,nte University, Minnesota. Late of To *onto, Canada. OLQA DAKOIA 3 U. MCllt.M. !., Hamilton IXotise UAitlLTOS, DAKOTA. w. J. MlNHROre, M. D. C. !U. Physician,Surgeon and Accoucheur. Orad latc of MC(JIU College, Montreal. ft It A YTOX. DAKOTA. C.W.ANDREWS, WALIIALLA, DAKOTA. Loans, Insurance, Oonveyanoine* Farm Loans a Specially. Money to loan on Chattels. Collec tions promptly attended to. C. W. ANDREWS, Notary Public. NEW FLOUR AND FEED STORE The undersigned desires to call the attention ot the farmers and people in general to the fact that he is now prepared to supply all with Flour and Feed of all kinds. WHEAT, OATS AND BAttLEY Taken in exchange, or for cash, at the highest market price. Store on Stutsman street, one door west of W. C. Feldman's jew elry store, Pembina. II. C. FELDMAN, Proprietor. G. E. BEEMER General Auctioneer VALUATOR and APPRAISER For Pembina County, D.T. Parties intending having auction sales will do well to consult me before making arrange ments elsewliere. ADDRESS PEMBINA OR T!ATHGATB. Hair Neglected 8jpn become* lrjr, harsh, coarse, and lull of dandruff it lonea vitality and turns prematurely gray, or falls out rap idly and threatens early baldness. A careful dressing daily with Ayer** Hair Vigor—tiie best preparation for the pur pose— trill preserve the liair in all its luxuriance and beauty to a good old age. My hair was faded and dry," writes Mabel C. Hardy, of Delaware, III., "bnt after using only half a bottle of Ayer'a Hair Vigor it became black and gloasy. I cannot express the gratitude I feel." Frederick P. Coggeshall, Bookseller, SI Merrimack St., £owell, Mass., writes: Some six or seven years ago my wife had a eevsre illness, in consequence of which she became almost entirely bald and was compelled to wear a wig. A few months sines she began to apt Ayer's Hair Vigor to the scalp, and, after nsing three bottles, has a good growth of liair started all over her head. The hair is now from two to four inches long, and growing freely. The result is a most gratifying proof of the merit o: your admirable preparation.' Ayer's Hair Vigor, Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mam. 6eW b}' Sr«g|MsudftrfaMH. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY DslegatrlnCongress .Osear A.OllTord .Canton Jovernor..,..„ LouU K. Church. Bismarck. Attorney Oeneral v. T. Templeton, Fargo. KSu^••••••Csp'-M. I" HcCormick, Bismarck. Auditor .J.A.Ward,8iouxFalla. SMIJ? FI" II. Lawler, Bismarck. Chief Justice Bartlett Tripp, Yankton. '»Pt. Pub.Instruction...Eugene A. Uye, Bismarck A««.8&pt. of Publlclnstructlon, F. A. Wlllmu, Bathgate. 8urveyor-Oener*A...Corte*reesendeo, Bismarck. Judtt Ms*. Court (istdist.)...W. B. MoConnell, Fargo. •ktUt Cler: it Courts II. D, Borden, Pembina, U.S.CUSTOMS. Collector........ „..AJe1ard Guernon, Pembins, V. «. NAMRAL, Cept. DID Maraita, Bismarck. DIPOT1KI. J. S. Usggart, Fargo CMarsball, Hamilton. U.S. LAMOOPPICKe B. V. rifflwy. Grand Forks Kecelrer W.J. Anderson,Grand Forks u.s. AaxT, roar FIMBIKA. Craus M, D»LaiiT,-Oaptaln tBth Infsntrr, com* Banding post end commanding Co. B. Dr. W. K. Babln, Post Surgeon, a. A.CktaatsK.^lst Lieut., 25th Infantry, Com maadlngCo.'T' A. B. 1RawAR.—*d FIDELITY LODOB N0.41. Lieut. IStb infkntay.* ••^CHAWH.-Ist Lieut. 15th Infantry, Range L. B. Kovnist.—Snd Lieut. 15th infkntry, A.Q. M..A.O. O. and R. o. COUMTY orP^CIALS. Member of Territorial Council....Hon. P. C. Don ovan, Commissioners 1st Dlst J. LaMoure Pembina do id Diet 11. McGuIn Brnest Je td Dist...L. 8 Height, 8t. Thomas 4o 4th Dlst II.C.Arnold, Crystal do Sth list...B. H.Herctnau.Gardar Register of Deeds...W.M. Hoibrook,St. Thomas Coonly Auditor J. H.Bird, Pembina. rreasurer JT. J, Umon, Pembina. Countf Attorney G. II. Megquier, Pembina. *berlv. Wm. James, Bathgate udga of Probate K. A Armstrong, Pemblua tapt. of Schools C. R. Jackson, Pembina. Count? Surveyor F. E. Ilehert, Cavalier Coroner Dr.J.B.Muir Xlemilton THE FIONEER-EIFRESS. Rntered at the postoffice at Pembina as second class msil mstter. FRIDAY. JANUARY 27th, 1888. AROUND TOWK. WHEAT is (lown,n little at ain. 50cts. TIIK NORTHERN PACIFIC is making good time since tliu blizzard. Ku PKRKIKS Jills Ijcin Icc'tiirint in Cinuul Forks and Fargo lliis week. KKV. V. DAKOTA. I.RS.CH il.M nits M. It. C. M.. VniTersity of IrlAt^ow. L. P.P.8..L.M From Loii'lott. England. Late resident physi« clan, llnral Inrmnrr. u»row. Office In the dcrug store. U«lence on 9un street. IIA SIILTOS, DAK. II. TREOI.AWNBY will preacli next Sabbatli at 3 p. in. in school house. LOOK out for tiie evliuse iiotiirilay even ing, from liulf past live lialf past eight. THE olil xiair of nHirerx liavo iireii re elected ly llie Kir Hi National Hank of Pembina. TIIK articles of incorporation of (lie Pembina County Creamery Co. have been returned signed and sealed from Iiie inarck. WE see by the St. Vincent New Kra, Pembina is to have another law ofliue. Frank McUowan in counteniplatiiiK put ting in a branch office her*. •SOME farmer farther south has been putting up hay with self binder, lie Bay# it works'first rate and naves lots of li'lor. It lakes about two daya to cure. A coon nninber attended the Emer son masonic ball last Friday evening. They report a irood time and verv cor dial reception by our neighbors across the line. TUB crenmci'5' is to be located on lot 11 and IS in the block that the mill is on, about three lots away from it down the river. The corporation has also bought five lots adjoining it for yard pnr|«jees. ISOKN to Mrs. J. Henry Abrani!., on Fri day night, January 20th, a daughter. Mr. J. H. wag around bright and early Satur day morning with a box of cigars saying, lie proposed to buy cigars by the box after this. THE party who took a cutter run up against Cavilcer's fence iu the rear of this oflice will confer a favor by returning sains. The cutter is for sale cheap, and there is no reason for carrying it off without letting us know. Conmvoon has been a scarce article lately. The mill had to shut down lor several days last week on account of run ning out of fuel. Owners of !ry wood in the vicinity of Pembina will hardly find better markets than now. THE Pembina Cornet Hand is nuikiii}! another struggle for life. The boys met Tuesday evening and made a pretty good showing, considering the rusty condition of the instruments as well as the mem bers Next practice night is Friday. A social will he held at the residence of Mrs. Abramsthis (Fridny) evening in the interest ol the M. 10. church, by the Ladies Aid of said church. A general invitation is extended to all. Proceeds to go to the general church fund. THE chanue in the Hamilton stage route will cause delay in mails. We wish our correspondents would send iu items earlier, in order to give us an opportunity to have them published the same week. A number of correspondents have not shown up lately. Wake up ami let us hear from you! THE most beautiful and brilliant ''sun dogs" were on exhibition on Thursday at noon. A complete circle around the sky, another around tho sun and a bril liant segment immediately overhead dis played the rainbow colors of the prism, but so brightly that weak eyes could scarcely look at it. As we passed through Drayton on the I). & M. Wednesday, the atmosphere looked "smoky j" probably caused by the "diy" weather. James Hunter informed us that a warrant was out for his ariest to be seived on Thursday at 10 a. ID.. Nate I'pliam, Mr. Hunter, Mr. Peppard and one or two more, mado a kind of lialo around attorney Hughes, of Grafton who was on the train, and from all indi cations it looked like war in the usually quiet burg. Only that it was so late in the week, we would have liked to have stopped otT at the trial. LAST Monday, Jiin Sinclair made bis last trip over the Hamilton and Pembi na stage route, by the abandonment of said route by the government. Mail for Pembina from Hamilton has to go via Neche and over Mr. FelsoVs line. These local routes, one by one will have to go as the railroads are stretching through the county. We have not yet learned what will be done for the Carlisle post oflice. If tiiis short diBtunce.is to be let by ten ders, we don't think the government has made much by the change, because the carrying of llie mail will have to he paid by the mail department alone as it was before, the passenger service was suffi cient inducement for parties to carry the mail at a nominal suui. COUNTY commissioners meet next Mon day the 30th. On Tuesday the knights of Hamilton and Bathgate will hold a tournament over township division, with the Honorable Commissioners as judges. TIIK services in the M. E. church next Sabbath: II a. in.) "The Duty of the Hour 7 p. in., service of songs 7:30, "Niiaman the Leper." Special service each evening during the coming week at Ilumbolt. FRIDAY evening lust Deputy Register of Deeds Quackenbush[recei ved fifty-four deeds for record, containing about entire right of way through Pembina county, for the proposed Multiloba bransh from Grafton north-west. Whether this is a dodge to throw oil' the already commenc ed line or not remains to be found out. We are satisfied of one thing and that is Jim Hill will not build a rnilroad through a territory already under ins control, as is the western part of this county. The deeds call for right of way from Grafton north-west to within two miles east of Crystal, when it makes almost a straight line for Cavalier, thenj north-west to St. Joseph and Day Centre, traversing the townships of Elora, Lodema, Cavalier and St. Joseph. TUB mysterious departure of Mr. Gus Short last week called forth suspicion by a good many, and diligent investigations have been made to find out his^wherea bouts. It was reported that he went to join his brother at Fargo on a tour to the Pacific const. This did not seem logical, as lie went away with but little prepara tion, being equipped with nothing but ius everyday attire. He was seen We'd nesday morning in Minneapolis, and ill front of Myers & Finch's St. Paul, later in the ufternnon. Friday he was seen at the Union depot in Chicago awaiting the Grand Trunk train for Detroit and Windsor, dressed iu a Prince Albert. Sincc then lie has not been heard from. His folks here are uneasy about him, but we hope by next week to re|xirt the lost found. ]mi:rs: t!ev. Father Ivennoy was in town a couple ordays, lie is now locat ed iu Grafton, where he lias a large and prosperous church. Father Keiinev has a good number of friends in Pembina, who were pleased to see him C. W. Andrew's returned from his Winnipeg trip Monday, via lVniliiua Mvleslvl geiton, of Neche was in town Monday.... Dave. Hoggs, of the tiim of Felson Sc Hoggs, arrived iu town .Saturday with his bride, from Napanee, Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. Hoggs will make Pembina their home District attorney Megquier went to Drayton Wednesday in connec tion with the l'eppurd liquor case Titos. Wilson of the Hank of Drayton, was in town Tuesday ami Wednesday of this week Ii. G, F.ileit M. D. and family arrived in lown Saturday, assign ed for Fort Pembina, ill place of Dr. Sa bin. Dr. Kbert has a pleasant appear ance and is undoubtedly competent in his profession 11. .iruudy came over l'roni Hathgate Monday J. F. Mager came down from Wallialla on Monday, with live teams to haul back his saw mill property, purchased from the brew ing company here. Mr. Magercontinued his journey to St. Paul where he expects to purchase additional machinery for his mill 11. I). ffosldnK spent Wed nesday night iu Pembina W. F. Win ters came down from Olga .Monday de spite weather and snow— business before pleasure I. F. Peppard came down from Drayton Monday to consult with his friends with reference to the ac tion hruiiglit against hi in for selling intox icating liquors ieit Webb arrived iu town Tuesday evening, wearing a cap with the following monogram iu front: It. M. S.. Mr Webb jr. is now in the mail service, and has the run between Winnipeg .junction and here......I). Duf fy, of Pittsburgh, gave us a call on Wed nesday. ilesaysthe mail for Pittsburgh postollire has been any tiling but agree ably handled lately, letters as well as pa pers are weeks on the way George Hodgson, postmaster of .Uugfonl, was in the city on Monday. Mr. H's visits to Pembina are not very frequent, but when he conies, he manages to remember us by until Mr. Uryn.jolfson,of Moun tain, spent a few days in town this week. The new mail agents on the D. & M. are II, K. Welili, A. Gihnour and Win. St. Amotire T. Shaw went ruiind via Grafton Iu Hathgate Tuesday. T'was long, with the M. & M, train seven hours latu at Grafton Phillip White is feel ing a little better this week and got down stairs on Wednesday....Mis. 1,. J). Ward well has recovered sutiicieiitly from tier long siege ol illness to be aMe to w-.ilk out this week. Unclaimed Letters. The following letters remain unclaim ed at llie post oflice in Pembina, and un less called for ill thirty days, will he for warded to tin: dead letter otiice. Christ S. lijilde, Geo. I. liaiier, II. W. Acheson, Steve Kinney, ieorge Mack, Andeison Olson, .1. W. lloss, J, W. Thompson, Ivlwiu Warren, George Young, l.i.uis Vandelter, Moiso l.an prad. Maggie Frances, Kiigcuc Gonnetu, Noel Uoscau, John Campbell, John Clark, J. W. Close, W. Hurgess, Frances Hoi Is, C. S. Hale- Special Excursion Bates to St Paul Ice IJu.lace and Carnival, via TheN orthern Pacific R. It. Excursion tickets will be sold to St. Paul ami return for the ice palace and carnival daily, commencing January 24th until February 2nd, at greatly reduced rates tickets good to return to destina tion until Monday. February (ith. This without doubt, will he one of the grand est carnivals ever held, ami every one should avail themselves of this opportu nity to attend. For full information ap ply to your local agent. Notiea of Taking up of an Estray. A pony of which is a mixture of red and white, white on three legs and a white spot on upper lip has been taken up by Job Sigurdsoii, of Eylbrd, Pembi na county, Dakota. Given under my hand this l.Sthday of January A. D. 1SS8. Asv. Sionmsox, 21-2:1 Justice of the peace. Their Business Booming. Probably no one thing has caused such a general revival of tiade at H. L. Lewis' drugstore. Pembina, Dr. Hoylan's, Haiti tilon, and Dr. P. C. Donovan's, Neche, as their giveng away to their customers of Jso man} free trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for cosumplion. Their trade is simply enormous in this very valuable article from the fact that it al ways cures and never disappoints coughs voids, asthma, bronchitis, croup, ami al, throat and lung diseases quickly curc.l You can test it by getting a trial bottle jmlTHOMAS, Advertising 5 to 9 Randolph St., Chicago, keep tbis paper on Olo and are authorized to make contracts with ADVERTISERS. COUNTY NEWS. For the Readers of the Pioneer Ex press, by Special Reporters, ORAl'TOS. George A. McCrea ami wife are expect ed hcrelthe first ofjiext week. Egley says he never could tell the dif ference between whiskey and milk, any how, we wonder if lie couldn't. Mrs. Neil McCollum, who has been ill lor some weeks is slowly recovering and we hope to see her around again. A party of young folks drove to Nate t'pliniu's place one evening last week and were right royally entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Upliani. Constable Edwards lias given the gen eral public to understand that no man can leave his team tied to a post for hours while he is on duty. That's right Charley, stick to it! Miss Minnie Edwards entertained a few of her friends at a social hop last Wednesday evening. A very enjoyable time was spent and the unanimous ver dict was, wc all bad a good tune. Alex Uuclianaii, of St. Thomas is al wavson the lookout, for a good thing, lie has contracted with George A. McCrea for the erection of a building 24x40 and intends putting machinery at tbis point. W. J. Hughes come up from rafton on Wednesday to defend Mr. Peppard A. J. Itoss, of St. Thomas, came around by Gralton to see us Wednesday. A. is a little afraid of a railroad now, as lie was in a car that got dragged over the ties a few roils a short time since, lie says it isn't agreeable to the nerves Thomas Wilson went to the county seat this week J. F. Peppard visited the city of Pembina this week. On Monday last John Peppard, of this place, was arrested and brought up he fore Justice Mussellonachargi! of sel'ing liquor contrary to law some of the tall est swearing on record was indulged in hv several of the witnesses called, all of them having suddenly lost recollection of all their actions since Jan. 1st. The examination lasted until midnight, when the case was adjourned until Wed nesday, to give the defendant time to ob tain legal advice. Fn MMihrr The knights of the I. O. ». F. have about, completed arrangements for organ izing a lodge iu this place. We under stand about twenty members are to lie initiated the lirsl night and the ceremo nies will continue till the wee sum' hours of the inorii. A Hand of Hope was i.rganizel last week with a goodly number of hoys ami girls as charter members. It is to be hoped that all the youth of the neighbor hood will not only join the society, but keep the pledge, and practice the pre cepts therein set forth. Services of an uteresting nature were held in the M, E. church on Sunday last. In the evening llie song service drew out il full congregation. The ser vices consisted of the singing of hymns by the choir ami congregation and re sponsive readings. The colored preacher, Fremont, drew out quito an audience in MeCrea's hall Friday evening, hut on Saturday evening the people diiln'i seem to care for his style of eloquence, lie left Drayton with his pockets considerable heavier with dollars, for the edticulion of the south—let us hope. Town lots are beginning to change hands again at reasonable values. The hank has a lew desirable business sites for sale at prices to suit purchaesrs. Also residence lots iu any imrlion of the town Also a number of good improved or wild quarter sections near (he hue of railroad, at haul times prices. Call anil see. 2t Huilding operations have already be gun, even though the thermometer does register 40 cleg, below zero. Contractor Arthur has conuncnccd the erection ol'a machinery depot for II. 1'. Huchanan on the corner of Main and Almeron streets. D. J. Ilaselton has tho contract from S. U. Smith for building a flour and feed ware house fur .Moses & Wylie at the rear of their store. Drayton still continues to exist, though the Northern Pucilii: It. It. couldn't sup ply us with passengers, mail, or grub for ncailya week. Seems as though our friend Mr. Fletcher, departed, could have carried on Uncle .Sam's mail service with less confusion. Mail now comes in hunchcs, sometimes from Grafton, then again from Grand Forks and Winnipeg Junction. We hope soon to have the advent of gentle zephyrs from warmer regions, when troubles of tbis kind will he over. The excitement of tiic week is the trial of tiie territory vs..I. Peppilid, sa loon keeper, for defying the local option law. Drayton citizens made up their minds not to be trampled on, and after wailing what was considered a reasona ble length of time for Mr. Peppard to close, imidc.coniplaint on Monday, before Justice Mussell. Hearing took place iu the afternoon and evening till near mid night, several witnesses testifying to tho purchase and payment of intoxicating li quors iu the saloon alter Jan. 1st. Ml. Peppard demanded time to engage coun sel,and the case was adjouruud to Wed nesday, it. Tweedlie and N. L'pham go ing on his bond for appe.ira:icc.—Furth er particulars next week. As spring approaches, the idea of more business places ill Drayton, begins to as sume definite proportions. M. Nash, the general agent of the Piano manufact uring company, has been here to estab lish an iigencv for their machinery. M. Huchaiian has the contract for the Deer ing machines and will also carry a full line of farming implements, It is ru mored that G. Mct^uin has rented his building for a general store, and from two sources we are looking for a hard wale store, lloriocks & Edwards have about decided to put iu improved ma chinery and then turn out thcjpatcntrol er process llourso that the business nat urally tributary to Drayton will come here. We have also had a newspaper man here looking over the ground, aud if Pembina ami Grafton don't keep us properly advertised, we will mise in our might and get out a boomer that 'II down 'cm all. James Halfpenny who has been ab I sent for a few weeks on a visit to Onta I rio, is around again We regret to announce the serious illness of John 1. Wallace and members of his lamily since their arrival iu California. At last accounts they were improving and were I fuily decided to start for Drayton ug'iin as soou as health would permit Cash ier Crandatl has gone east to visit friends. He averaged ulioul sixty miles a day to St. Paul, and at the same rate of speed, he may be expected back some time in July Among the braves who came in on tho first train after the storm were, R. 11. Thompson and Tom Willson, home ward Iwtind. They had quite an experi ence in track clearing and track laying, "fissaid thoy hung on the rear iu going through snow drills, ready to light out when the train run of!. UAYAL.I I:IL. Mrs. Walter Burke lies very ill with inflammation of the bowels. Mrs. L. Wilkins expects to leave for Faribault this week on a visit to friends. Archie McBuin has returned to pri vate life and Herman Weber is left alone to feed the hungry strangers with in our gates. MClllli. James Hill, president of the St. 1*. M. & M. Ii. It. has sent bis cheque for S25 us a subscription to the M. E. church at Neche for wh:ch the trustees feel grate ful. JOI.IIII'II:. Ferguson & McAulev are running a feed mill at the residence of .1. I. Mc Auley, Joliette, and are prepared to grind feed at reasonable rates. Daaaulutiou ofCo-p irtnership. The piirlncrship heretofore existing between O. S. Ilagerniau and II. N. Joy isthis day dissolved by mutual consent. O. S. Ilngeruian retiring. All accounts due the above firm will he paid to II. N. Joy, successor to the lirm. SiL'lie.l r''•s-1'•"••raji.i.v. UL N.JOY. Farmers, pay your taxes through W. L. Alliums, at the bank of Hamilton. He has had several years experience in the treasurer's ollice, aud can save you both bother and expense of a trip to Pembina besides being sure to get tbein right for you. Kitf Cows Wanted. Wo want lo buy fresh cows. Apply at It. Ac I). D.uv.v. At late resilience of G. S. VcT yish. Wanted. 1 want all the men I can get to chop cordwood, within one mile and a half fo Pembina. Enquire at the hank. 26-28 F. M. KIM.. In cases of fever aud ague the blood is as effectually, though not so dangerously poisoned by the effluvium of the atmos phere as it could be by the deadliest poison. Dr. J. 11. McLean's Chills and Fever Cure will eradicate this poison from the system. oO cents a bottle. For sale by K. h. Lewis. 21-'.':! For sick headache, female troubles, neuralgic pains iu the head takcDi'.J. II. McLeans Little Liver and Kidney Pillets. 2") cents a vial. At it. L. Lewis'. Wiiuu you are constipated, with loss ofappclitc takconcofDr. J. II. McLean's Little Liver and Kidney Pillets. 2oc. a vial. Sold by It. L. Lewis, druggist. 21-32 Croiipv snllocations, night coughs and all the common affections of the throat aud lungs quickly relieved by Dr. J. If. McLean's Tar Wine Lung Halm. Sold It. L. Lewis. 21-32 mmsm 27-:!) Imperfect digestion and assimilation produce disordered conditions of llie system which grow ami are confirmed by neglect. Dr. J. II. McLean's Strength ening Cordial and Hlood Purifier, by its tonic pioprictics, cures indigestion aiid gives tone to the stomach. fl.Otj per bot tle. Sold by It. L. Lewis. 21-23 Notice. We are prepared to do all kinds of feed chopping, such as o.ils, barley screeniiiL'S, wheat, etc., etc. ou short no tice, iu the barn formerly uccupicd by Joseph Chapman. Pembina. -5 PRETTY & Ewixo. If you spit up phlegm and are troubled with a backing cough use Dr. J. II. Mc Lean's TarWine Lung Balm. At Lewis'. Frequently accidents occur in the household which cause burns, cuts, sprains ami bruises for use in such cases Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini ment has for many years been the con stant fayorite family remedy. Al Lewis'. The Verdict Unanimous. W. D. Suit, druggist, Hippus, Iml. testifies: I can rccomincnd Electric Hitters as the verv best remedy. Every bottle sold has given relief in every case. One man took six bottles, and was cured of rheumatism of ten years standing." Abraham Hare, druggist, Hellville, Ohio, allirms: "The best selling medicine 1 have ever handled in my 20 years' ex perience, is Electric Hitters." Thous ands of others have added their testi mony, so that the verdict is unanimous that Electric Hitlers do cure all diseases ol the liver, kidneys or hlood. Only a half dollar a bottle at It. L. Lewis' Pem bina, Dr. Hoylan's Hamilton and Dr. P. C. Donovan's, Neche. 8t. Paul lee Carnival. For the benefit ef those desiring to at tend the carnival, a rate of $15.35 has been made via the St. I'uul, Minneapo lis & Manitoba Railway, from St. Vincent to St. Paul and return. Tickets upon sale January 24th to February 2nd good for return until February 5th, inclusive. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, Fever sores,chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or inoney refunded. Price 2o cts. per box. For sale by It. L. Lewis, Pembina, Dr. Boylan, Hamilton and Dr. P. C. Donovan, Neche. Notice. Came ou the premises of the subscrib er at Smuggler's Point, one while horse about six years old. Owner can have the same by paving expenses. tf II. VII.I.KMEI VE. Important Notice. Our Cash Sale. From uuw until March lirrt, 1SSS, 1 shall run oil'the IUIIHIU'O CuHhniere, woith $l.5o now $1 00 AH wool Tricot, St) outs, for 55 IMaiil Dress Goods worth a. Old people sillier much from disorders of the urinary organs, aud are always gratified at the wonoerfiil elfects of Dr. J. 11. McLean's Liver aud Kidney Halm in banishing their troubles. Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure is sold by lis on a guarantee. It cures consumption. For sale by K. L. Lewis Pure Frosli Milk. Pure fresh milk delivered, 17 quarts for $L Skim milk 1 cents a quart. It. & D. DAIRY. At late residence of G. S. McTavish. Shiloh's Vi'.ali/.er is what you need for constipation, loss of appetite, dissincss and allsyinptomsof dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. At U. L. Lewis. Photography. Our Photograph Gallery is now open every day and we are prepared to do first class work in every particular. Call and see us. We guarantee satisfaction. 50tf SIIOBT Duos. That hacking cough can he so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. For sale bv It. L. Lewis. D-ly Dentistry, Dr. Hurritt, l!eiiti»l, of Emerson, can be found at the Winchester house every Friday, until blither notice. 27tf Will you stiflur with dyspepsia and liv er complaint? Shiloh's Vitalize! is guar anteed to cure you. For salehy It. L. Lewis. Fiotura Frames Made to order ou short notice. lOtl Siiocr BROS If you intend buying a watch, gold, stiver or nickel, call on W. C. Feldinan and examine bis stock. He is receiving new selections every week from the bust American manufacturers, and guaran ces satisfaction iu every rcspect' 18tf 'Jy ceuts for 1(J Black Cashmere worth cents foi :»2 Turkey red Cotton worth hcts. lor Ores* Goods, fancy patterns worth 15 cents lor Gents' ??hoes worth &J.75 for &J.U0 for Hoys -1.50 |«i| l/idies' shoos wotih -UKI for LV.»i) lor 4* lor -r 1 Low Shoes worth £-.-5 lor Ovcico*U worth *t.5u tor 5 2 ii") :i •J «ttl 4i 5.5n lor 'J O 'l :rm for 1 ,4 5 on |ur ll l,n!i»'s' Nrwmrii ki*t Cloaks worth nn !'ii no J,H'iit'.-' Nr A'iri.i 5 .ale.-, ,ii 111 •fs,5u f»»r 7,-, l/.idies' «'lo iLs worth $10.01Newinnrket 7 .so I.rdies' Jackcts worth l.5n for 2 75 A hiive Tah.e Lamp (c nnplcte.) worth .so cents lor 15 A oiie-hnlf gallon water Pitcher worth »55 cents IJ5 Candy worth 110 rents per ponixl, two pound* l«»r 'J5 Lnnterns worth l."0 l-r CHAS. FULL. iii.ViJisu.r:. nKFAt'LTMint iiuviiii i-coii in ilu* im-m.-ni itf »)».' 111 of Uvi l-'Ht l:«-i »i!iii ilnllnrs ..».') ttl.irli i« «'l.'i"iisi'ii in ?.r. ilif.' it 1 II.i- 1 M:•o|' iIt.r« 'i"i'r»' M|•n -i ir finn »I 1 IV \ccti!.:i! ML! .V Wi.S'nn. «.'*'!•• v»• t) t«. 1 \V' nj ij.jh if Ir. 1 ii,iv of lf ••mhiT, INN 1. nn-1 ui'li jn.uvr Ou-lt-in Cflilnini .l, ilu'y i.nje.i ill Oil1 olUi\ of 1 n-^isiiT of ilcrii* in jiml for Hw f.uiniv ot lYmliifin uimI Torntory of li.tkoin. II llie •Jlfi il.'iy of btM'i'inlHT. A. I), issj. ni 1:10 o'cl.n k. j.. m. No. |. of niormuyc il'vt!* ni pfitfi-fi jn? anil •l"S. Sui«l moMgnuc wnt uivrn to *c» nro ili« pay ment of tin* jinn of itiriM'iititii!r«'| nml fifiv ilo'l TM* TSWUHI) PNYJIME NOVCIIIIUT IIM. 1ST,. wiUi nnuiml iriKircM. at 0M- niic of hi JUT ecu! per untitim' pnynlil* nnmcOly on Uso ilr«i ilny of November of r«h tear JJJH no action or prorcrilhitvini.' ht-t'ii itiMmm.-tl. nt law or oOioivviw. in rvcoviT the «l« ht n-curt-it hv Hiii m«irtL'a«:c. or any part thereof. Now. therefore, notice is hereby jjivon. ihnt 1 virtue of the power of fnlc contained in •.an") ninrtuHL'c. !ini piliMidht L.i the Ktutitlc in MM II CHKC made nnd provided. Uic *»id niortira'c wiil he t'nrecloped hy a of tin- premises nrrdhed in imdeonveyen hyunid mort^n^e. viz: The North weti ijuarter of auction number Oiiriv-four township nuinlier «m: hundred nnd nixiy-oiie north of range tmtnhtr llftv onuwuM. n. w. section :m. townnhip tfttn, rmi^d w. continuing one hundred and xtv (if,o) ncrc-f jiecoriJifitt to the l#overnimmi Mine"? thvieof. in I'emtiina eonnty and Territory of b.-tkofa. with lifreditiimentf mid iippurtenniiees which *a!e will lie made hy the nhorilT of said Peminiui county, or one of hi* deputies, nt llie frontdoor of the court IIOIIPP. in the fuy of Pcmhinn. in «uid coioity and territory, on the Vlii dnv of Fell nuity A. 1». IHH*. NT It 1 o'clock «. in..of tiint dav, HI puldic unction, to the highe*! bidder for c»tdi*. to pny citid debt nnd ititereci. and the tnse*. if nnv. on faid premiwu*. and forty do!im1-attorney* li|iii!nti'd in and hy Ka:d tnori^nue in CUPC ot fojvcioMire. nnd the di*hnr*ein» nm allowed hv lav.' subject to redemption at nny time within one from the dav of fale a« provided l»v law. l5:iied lleccnihiTath. A. J.. W. J'.VAN, 551 -OK per buttle. Sold by It. L. Lewis, Iruggist. Qfi I- JMvjh Wool). Moritfiinee. H. 1». K.inri.rrT. Aitornuv. rflet'clton. I. "1-C7 MONEY TO LOAN. $100,000 tn lentil 011 1!p psssfssim .'J A A J. J. I» f.AAA Hook FIRS' ol my Mock ot Dry Hoods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, 15mits uixt Shoes at reduction of l!ti cents on tho dollar. $otiw goods in thiw lilies are even below L'O per cent. Here area few iteinir-ed bargains A superior piece, ah wool P»!aek A .ToS, |j. 70 The hnl:ince of our Clocks ami Crock ery at a slight advance over cost. This is a hona lide sale all must by March 1st, before 1 east after inv spring stock. This is one of the greatest chances for bargains everolfured to citi zens of Pembina and surroundings. Iflll ™,IE I1Estnte unit chattels, it low rules. A number of giiuil fauns for sale, 1)AVII DU k, Pi'mbinn. Flit ST NATIONAL 5 .A. JST 3sC. PEMB1HA, DAKOTA. L. K. ItooK KK. HHJSON i.AMoriti:. Prertidtnt Vtcfr i're.nident CiiHhi«r, Tnuwiet it uenenil but %n-l sells loreigti exchange 0 DCS S' O S* 33 5 s- CO 0 73 O Buys COI.M'XTIOXS A SPECIALTY. ".^UMKSl'ONDKN'-1':^'The Niiti^nal Herman Arr .ricun itunk, Pt. Patil. Fir-l Nuiioniil Ittuik, American Kxcluum*.* Nrttionnl linnk. New York. -School, Township iiml County lionds I Sought and SoM, Long time Mortgage Loans Negotiated. O. II. John-on, ofJtamilton.ai.fi II. L. Holmes, ol Neche, lire authorised to truiiguct builneM for the Bank, for the convenience of partien In the vicinitv ofthnxe towin. I WALL Notion DRAYTON, DAKOTA, Authorized Capital INCORPORATORS: A. S. liHOOKS.fi,.111.1 Totlis, S. 1,'. SMITH, St. Thomas, i. W. KliKKMAN, St. I'.-ml. It. H. ItlCHAKDSON, Drayton, G. I'. HKItliKN. I*r.'.'init'l. N. V. II. L. (.'KANDELL, Drayton. .1. D. WAI.LACK. Dravtnn, TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Money loaned 011 Koul Esialo ami Chattel spanrity. Tuwiielii)) bond* lionght and sold. TOWNSITE AGrEUTS. BATHGATE, Snl.K AUKNTS I'll It 1 I- J! IN A A S11 A A I.I Kit SOC.NTIKS FOR We have an ItiIiinit.d i-a|iilal and limney is always on linnd you ti.pl have In wail one day. Our rates are as low as the lowest. atul we (five a written agreement allowing the money to lie repaid at any time yon want. Those who have to renew this fall, will stive money and pet a s|iiar« deal and no deeeption liv doing business with its. •VTB CHAE&E IT© BOITTJS GO TO MOSES & WYLIE. DRAYTON, FOR FUR GOODS AT Very low prices. TOTHE FARMERS OF PEMBINA OAVILIER COUNTIES. (•F.N 1 i.i.m r.N. wouM ^nll yoiir .'lUciitiou to the fact that we own (It#» si.Ji' Iji'rjiSt' in 1 i-iiiiuiirs Cor tne JJ tan ti I'ac-1 and sale of S S a a S Litis stove was used the latter |,art of Inst winter by a [number ot farmers of Spinl I o. I iN, and was by thum deelared a success. We have made and sold several to farmers living in our vicinity, who alsc declare they e«n lie.it their houses with straw which means the sar ing of considerable money and hard work. We will guarantee that this stove wiil hold fire and heal an ordinary room, for from three tc DttiiiT mints with mice tilling. A limited number of these stoves will be sold at the low )rice ol "I".1'1', in order to introduce tlieni. For further pariiciilurs call 1.11 or address: HAGERMAN & JOY, Hamilton H. CHARLTON, L. E. BOOKER, $50,000.00 H. L. CRANDELL, Cashier. Hamilton Undertaking Establishment, LL JLXISTE OF Caskets, Collins and iiurial Cases on hand. mm*m 1 1 111 wi 1 KNKE3PV/ JWWELh, E. M. NIXON, Vice I'rosident. Secretary and Treasurer. NORTH DAKOTA Ming and Mor Co. The Keller Flouring Mill is now running, and is prepared to fill orderi for tiie trade, aud to and to Exchange the Best of Floor with Farmers. 6rades I'ttder the new management, the ^nutes of flour manufactured at this mil! are guaranteed to !.«• uniform and ot the very best quality. If our friends will In oi,r Hour they will find it second to none in the northwest, and tinder live management we hope t« picasc our patronn HIGHEST CASH I'lUCES PAIi» FOIt GRAIN.