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CITY DRAY LINE
on tracts'for' large lots taken
ai: 1 uooils delivered on short no
li-".
Orders can bo left nt the
iii'or liakerv.
WILLIAM FOWLERJProp.
G. G. BEEMER
General Auctioneer
VALUATOR and APPRAISER
Tor Pembina County, D.T.
i'iii'tios intending having auction
sales will do well to consult
me before making arrange
ments elsewhere,
AIUIHKSS 1'KMHINA OH MATURATE.
10 ACRES,
the original towjisite ct
ihv
oitv of Pembina. Also 25
well situated city lots.
PERFECT TITLE
LOUIS IX UOLETTE.
="W*We»|
nvwws,
OLOCKJS, JEWELRY
/1\1) SIIiVKin^TlRK.
rmm*
PROMPTLY DONE.
All Goods Warranted as
Reroesented.
NUcritr* Sole.
"i:
of
JMKOT\.1
wi.
1' IVjnliiua.
Wijwlii'ftiT. .pitiinmT.
•i.of lli
irif.'ii. nii'l
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tHie of Kii/.H
mlUTf, ilrfoiHl-
il:»t urni»- of nn
iiiv
!T't
t. il nnl -Iflivrri'd. nml now in
'--IN-'I of jJir d.TkK olliri- of llit
f.l .-..itri rniory of lijtUotn, in
«inn jmlmnent
fl in «i«l «oiirt in fn\rr
lin:iil:(T. nml U'.'iiinsl .'ml-
1
in it-
h, "Iff,
'"u'.'i, '1'TiTlii
nth :i
!II IM1M'(1
N". litT.
ji -t
iu .j .Ic-i-'ii W. iiit h«.'?ur. fx«.*fittor of
,MKUM.| I'll /'.'ti-rli .1 o!i K\CT
i»l:e ntjitu.n
W. J.
W •.I
•K til tl»eir
Untrd the Hotlidnv Mnv.
Tiie undersigned desires to call
tlie attention of the fanners and
people in general to the fact that
lie is now prepared to supply all
WHEAT, OATS AND BABLEY
(IUKAT FALLS,
ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MOIININU.
OFKICIA1. l'AI'Kl!OK I'KMIUNA COUNTY.
TI'AKDWKLL & THOMPSON.
TKKStS, f2.00 PER YEAR
FRIDAY .11
•NK I, 18SS.
THEN?
There seems to bo little doubt that
Grover Cleveland will be nominated
and will accept the nomination at the
^t. Louis convention. Hut the should
happen to refuse the nomination, it' he
slmuM happen to stand to the doctrine
expressed in his letter of acceptance,
what then?
Iliil has been shelved, and after
him, comes a regiment of democratic
heroes, of about equal rank in the par*
ty. Carlisle is perhaps the most
prominent. hut a little too strong a
could blot out some of his war history.
In fact there are but few of the proini
jnent leaders who would make availa
hie candidates, the most ol' them bp.
•ilia of the southern brigadier class,
,and though the ••bloody shirt" has
been howled down, (lie country is not
quite ready for a president who fought
or talked against the t'uioii.
If. as it had been said Uiat the lSlaiue
lf.fi 1,1 M-li ft ,ll"vo,m'"'' 0!1,y means Depew in the
KMiDM/ljY
i,:
JEWELER.
U!'!
hissuccesssnr
«-ii iniiiirii u« iii(' time f..r rwiiiors t». pietion of the lied Hiver A'alley rail
ttirnin*! ^aul ttnte.
'au will he it the buundai line.
1881.
K. M.
COXMY.Kxecntor.
NEW FLOUR AND FEED STORE
Proprietor.
iOBT LINE.
'h*.*a itavciiiig every one should con
v•.•'•! the rnicstions of economy,
I, and speed,
these question!
t.ue.e importanceinajournej
hour a-i in etie of several days'ride
:i ::i:ion ot tlie map will convilict
lino t.,i: is tho most direct routt
.nd •••'ai it'.i the principal points in
rt
STIPAUL
I
a tral
r/tSDNEAPOUS A
'M^ITOBAmS
1-1 RAILWAY. t».
1 'in a:.d Montana. Our epuipment
::v e::cellent. Our rates are
but this fact is something
:i::s for itself. Definite figures
1 •. au be obtained by applying tc
ai the oiniiany, or tho Gen
••.::i rcr Agent.
o. j"'!! '.ri 'f area few of tho Principal
i'oinls reached via this Line:
1 T.ORD, S VT-!CCESTUS,
1 iM'i:
10:
mi
FKROCS FALLS,
'. VixciiST, llrrcuiNsoN,
.:-.vi:.iMOKKIS,_
r\::t
AITI.ETON AND
•IN.\. \VATI:IITOIVN, ABER
j'ii.M.'.vo.w.i:, \S'.UII'I:TON, FAKGO,
'.TI'.X.? (IIIAKION, 1)I:VILS LAKE,
...oris.: .1:
A
i) ]!i r, no,
1,.
DAKOTA GLAS-
I I.'.WIN
I
l. liKLICNAl'),
JiiixTox,
ASSINXIIIOINE,
HEI.EXA
... IN:, JIO.VI-AXA
AND
WixNirico,
MA.NIIOUA,
..II ALL I'AC.'I'IE,COAST POINTS.
i'nrties sneking farms or business loca
'.tons will tind unusual opportunities for
.lii on this line in Northern Dakota and
ioutaiia.also in Minnesota where the
1 oinpany has for Bale at low prices and
•on fuvorablo terms 2,000,000
acres of ex
cellent fanning, grazing and timber lands,
i'or maps and otherinformation
address,
.1. BOOKWAI.TKR, C. II. WARREN,
Laud Cominissinncr. (jcn'l Pa®. Ag't,
ST. I'AUL, MISS.
•A. JIASVEI,,
W.
8. ALEXANDER,
OuiiM Muuai,'tr. cn* I Traffic
Mw.ger.
In All Complaints
of tlie Stomach, Bowels, Liver, ami
uilncys, Ayer's Pills are taken wiili
vxcclleut results, lieing purely vegc
till-, they leave no ill clfcets, and may
safely administered to any one, o]r,
jeiing, in need of ail aperient amt
•.(!n:irtic. Physicians, all over tlie
I.111
rv, prescribe Ayer's Pills ami
.. "iiiiiKinit them as a good Family
v.M.tiicinc.
"If pwple would use A.ver's Pills."
•ys ul. u. W. Jiozctnan, of Franklin,
I1,11 you direct, very
a a
:n lorjintHy or ilcran^euteilt of the
1 1 V,ui''lrjsi1 would
./?•
,iavf' T,K'*d
these nilln
',lU:Vr.t''r,.,[
a
eentury ami know
..t'leof 1 alaria.
el a
'!l'l'l Wn||.s Co^ivcih-SS,
i'" "l my se.leuiiiry lmhits of life
»l\ fx f. ht-ir oecasiunul use
.a?» .•jico kept me all ri^ht.*'
Pills,
r's
A
ri i'AkEi
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
ekl l.y all Dealers in Medicine.
irt'levelaml
1 won stand who is he working for as
POUKTH OP JOLY.
The preliminaries for a boom cel
ebration are prigre»sing with unwont
ed enthusiasm for even so enthusiastic
a town as l'emhiua is noted to lie.
Details are not as yet in form for pub
lication, but will be ready, in the
main, next week. There is already
S'45ii cash on hand and there is enough
more in sight to make seven or eight
hundred dollars with which to pay
expenses and pay prizes. There will
he at least S4m.i in purses for horse
racing ami there will no doubt be
some good racers on the ground.
Col. riumnier, Dakota's -old man
eloquent" is engaged as orator of the
looks like a
|day and so far every thin
I Id as on el at to
t-. i..-«is: ni, M.:iiti imif ..f tii- which I'eiuliina invites the world and
Uu- north ImH of tin ....
i»u n... cit'vi'ii (ii) 011 its vicinity to come ami participate.
ntnl
*ixty-t\\n (I»W)
(."2). Ami thnt I
1 r:I?«». t'.f iV.ti, iln'v 1 if .hine. A. 1.
U. I'. M..«f Mi/l.lJMV.
ih.- o.itrt hoiiM- in the t-iiyof! jji.
«!iiuy
iit
I if, Gueruon, collector of customs at
\'inceiit, has been dangerously ill
nml territory. proatrU ....
in nml mmn-M of tin- nhovo during the past week but we are pleus-
to
Aiin.'i (.il-firi'c MpIvimi/.U'.
:I MI-L ..UM-Intl'l
-'. in ntnl to
KS»:K-IIA\V
.IAJOHof
H'am. IS llDprOYlll.
tlie IJIIONO
.t i-' to pjtui jmisrnct'iif «f«'i Jdaujc ha.s writteji .second letter,
•utif.m: to ti\f htimlmi tmt nxtv-t»:m? .......
nrs Mi'i T'.fnty-four n-nt*. to- 'n which he distinctively declares he
iur with nil nrcfustiK ofwilc. ntnf in-. ..
-i «. ti'f-uiiie from the l*t d-iv if
11 J.
(tau.r'N 10-:
1,1
May.<p></p>oV'siAy"
,s ,,oi: a
11',[y
mtc
^UUUiaie.
is
"ot
ot a
1
......
I'lnjiitiitv
IIITONIFV.'
lYmhiiiu eoiintv.
AJ.EX MI
Ik-jiitty.
it'll tVmii:nf, li.T. MayTith, 1SHS. 45-41
Otl4'r to Ci'CllltOI'H.
JN
iiir jji.nlH if the estute of Dnniel Shny,
•vil. All iierMins' huvinu flnltnr n^nltiPt t*uul
eiiM-cl. »ru rt'uniri'tl to ex
shwv. lree
with the
iinm t-imieil «. xeeutor
:iry vouchers.
KnScl eMttle
candidate. We. hope that the
M.r 7 per ct-'iit. m-r'iimiiiin. jit politicians will take this as linal.
the hiuhfft hnfdcr for uinh.1
Our neighIjors over 011 the Manitoba
road ure enjoying the pleasure of a mixed
train service. I'ctnhinu is sorry for you
folks. We were poor tin railroads) once
ourselves.
liiifoiii: the next issue of the
Ni:i:it
K.\PI!ES~
will be printed, we are
The contract lias been let by the
'•oveninient of Manitoba for the com
pletion of the lied Hiver Valley line
from Winnipeg to l'emhiua, by the
terms of which the load will be ready
to receive cars within sixty days from
the lirst of June.
r.r.ii ," .1 ,MCA
.jabout 11 week since and came near
lie was
ii" taken
worse on Wednesday, lie is the most
prominent of the generals of the war
now living, except. Sherman.
jdyiug wllh (liseils(
Taken in exchange, or for cash, tit belter Tuesday but was
the Jiijiliest market price.
."lore mi .Stutsman street, one door
west of \V. Feldman's jew
el rv store, Pembina.
il. C. FELDMAN,
Editor llaiishorough, of the Devils
Lake Inter-Ocean, got into the com
bine at Tiimestowii and is elected as
delegate to Chicago. That is good,
lie will make a good delegate. Hut
we would caution liro. II. and some
of his "yot.ng men" that, while it is
true they laid ,Iud I.a.Moure on his
back at the late convention, that
has as many lives as a cat, and like
that feline, lie is tlie most dangerous
when 011 his back. We know where
of we speak!
The St. Vincent New Era booms its
city with tlie .sound of funeral gims
this week. Only one leaky bout be
longs to the town, two five cent vol
umes in the library. 110 temperance so
ciety, no debating club, base ball
ground seeded down to potatoes
110
con­
certs, lectures or festival for three
years, and the young unmarried men
have the dry rot. A good husky farm
er lad would stampede the whole
crowd. All this and more, und yet
beer is only live cents a glass,
We learn with regret tho decease
of W. A. Seihy. district attorney of
Grand Forks county. Mr. Selby was
a talented lawyer, and was a man
much respected by his fellow citizens
He enlisted during Hie rebellion at
the itge of fourteen years and wr.s a
prominent Grand Army mail and hud
done good service iu the Grnd Forks
post. lie was a delegate to the de
partment encampment at Kedlield and
his genial disposition ami pleasant
ways added much to the pleasure of
the trip of his fellow travellers.
We have a suggestion to make, and
have good authority to believe our sug
gestion will be endorsed by the univer
sal approval of the property
owners of J.'eiiibina. if action is taken.
are here, a city claiming over one
thousand inhabitants, without a single
protection iu case of lire why not get
together and organize a lire company,
say hook and ladder. The expense
connected with the organization is
nominal compared with the benefits
derived from it. If a protective lire
organization was formed, and upheld,
our insurance would be considerably
decreased. A year ago the city coun
cil passed a resolution authorizing the
purchase of lire apparatus if suitable
terms could be had, and good encour
agement would be given by that body
as soon as we arc ready. Afire com
pany once organized, and well equip
ped, in a growing town, is almost cer
tain to be successful, for the amuse
ments connected with it have a ten
dency to keep it together. Let us be
able to call a meeting in the next issue
through tlie solicitation of a few of
the leading citizens. .......
This Year's Campaign.
Hero is tabic of the republican and
democratic states nml those (lint may
I* fairly glassed as doubtful, with their
res|ectivo electoral votes:
Whole number ..f pl-rtoni! vnii».„ 411]
Nei i-mnry to elm .joi
UKITIJMIAN.
California
Colombo
Illi.".:,
loWa
K'tusaw
MN
IF NOT CLEVELAND, WHO
IIKMOCIMTIC.
ft'Alahatoa
3 Arkansas
25 helawtirc
1: Ploridn
Kentucky
1 I I.ott
V} Mar\ hind
Mississippi
'i'lllL'iilt
MllUH-Hiilfj
Nebraska .*
Nt.'\«d»
New Hampshire....
ohm
Ore
Miswmrl..
9 North
Conno ctictu
Indiana
CJIrnlimi
•J South Cnrolinu
'J-'-i I i-tinessce
TcX.'ls
I yn»yl\tiu'm ^irs in
Uhoik- Miimi WVst
\. rrmofn
i"cnn» Tottil
Tot.nl
011
iiii.n
ISO
DOl'ISTl'l'!..
Sou J,TH-V
l*i Xi-w Yenk
Total doubtful
There aresf»mc loot notes that should
50 wiili this table:
1. The Paeilie Mates—California, Ore
iron and Nevada—aie put down in tlio
suru lc -pu»li«,ui
free trader. Kamlall is too strong a I wit!. tlio right kind nf a candidal,--not
protectionist, Vilas has lately had nthenvi.-e.
some trouble explaining insurance af- if. Every siiiitlieni.stnleispliiceil in the
fairs, ltayanl would be the best of the sure ilciu,.emtio column. I! it with the
lot. if lie lived in some other state, and "cht kind of a r!tiii]iiiigii there may lie a
milium. The are sure
lighting i-hancc for the repnblieans to I
carry North Carolina, Tennessee and
Weft Virginia.
tiie states classed as doubtful
('onnectient, Indiana and New Jersey
went republican in tlieir latest elections,
and New York deuevratic. l!ut they!
are ail really ilniil.tful.
•1. The dcnmcrals canant i-lc.-t tins
next president without curi'viug New1
Y"ik. II they should cairy all the olhci
doubtful states and lose New York tliev
would Still lack eighteen votes of enough.!
Or, if they Miould carry New York and
losu the other doubtful .states they would
fall twelve votes short. In order to win
they must carry both New Yol and Tr..
•liana, or New York, New Jersey and
Connecticut, besides the solid smith.
i. The republicans can win by either
one of the following combinations:
Snrt: Uv|nil«.icHn ftntt.?
Imlinnu
New Jersey
Toittt
Or this:
Sun.* Ui |ialli«T.n tsiU'.-....
Intlijinn
Connecticut
Totfii
Or this:
Sure Uctuiiiiicnn fin'f«....
.New York
Tojai
Or, if the republie
lv
i:»
ins can carry North
Carolina, Tennessee and Wot Virginia,
they can allord t«# l«se all lite ii'».ilicrn 1 1 i.
leasoi, why tliev shouldn't carry them
Lvune «ot up a program of spoils for the
including inany from the American side
Pin-[of the line, amoiij the number (|uite a
ution of t'nele Sam's blue coats.
deles
informed, material for the coin-
c.lusc
„,L ,,
attord to lose New ^or New .lersev i. .1 .1
... ... .. 1.1 eM-ape before the justly indiuuaut lius
1 ounce lu. leie is
110
ll
„MlCilr,l
tlone iu tho name of
full coiimite.—1 liiladelplna all. for the development of morality': Mr.
Queen's Birthday, l-Mitor. 1 .-aid, "l.tt me cite a few eases
From the i^mersoii'i'inies we take the ^'latoccurred in Iowa." You,
following report of the celebration of the Would, hut I am afraid your valuable
tjtieeii's birthday at West l.vnne on'
sl'aee
Thursday of last, week: reader to call to mind blither illustra
ur enterprising neighbors at West
(1(
.sul,ea|
Oentlenian's I toad Kace.-S. Mcl-'ad
den's Honest John 1st, J. l.aMour's
lick, 2nd, .1. Mel'addon's Capt. iird, ,1.: j[
Dowswell's r.luenoso -It11. I'salyo'
Pony race, half utile dash, was won by
II. Vaughn's Custer. Horse race, half
mile dash, was won by II, Livingston's
Bronco.
100 yard race.—A. Parontean 1st, Ii. T.
Cowan Iind.
liiiuning High Jmup.—A..Sylvester 1st,
4fl Sin K. Cowan 1'nd, -Ift, (iin.
.Standing Jump.—It. Cowan 1st, lift
-'in A. Sylvester 2ml, lift iin.
Illuming Long Jump.—Ii. Cowan 1st,
loft Sin A. Sylvester, loft 4in.
Boys ltace—T. Wilson 1st, Jos. Molie.v
IK
2nd.
Communication,
MR. KUITOI:.—In
Jjl'J"
appcaranco. The day was auspicious! ,lalnm.ltilH1.
and the hnierson silver cornet band fur
nished enlivening music, iu the even
ing there was a well attended bail in tiie
Delaine hotel tiuildiiiL', the Kmerson
string band furiiishiu.i tho music. Fol
lowing is the result of tlie contests
011
tlie grounds:
Three Minute Trot.—Philip's Mag 1st,
Johnson's Cute '.'ml, .McDonald's I'.dna
1 We
By request of Itev. Mr. Mcl.e
publish the following letter, taken
tho JJrayton Kclio of last week:
from
my first communi­
cation 1 promised to state why 1 am so
decidedly opposed to tlie W. C. T. I".
movement. 1 now fulfill that promise.
It is because the movement is
1. Anti-Christian iu method.
Auti-Iliblieal in argument.
... Anti-Temperance iu results.
1. The movement is anti-Ciir stiau iu
method: "As Christians "the weapons ol
our warfare are not carnal,'' II Con, 10:
4. Hut the U\ C. 'J'. processing to l,e
a Christian organization, engaged in a
Christian "warfare," depend upon, and
employ, chiellv, wenpoiisthat are shame
fully carnal,—weapons that bring the
very name "Chiistiau" into contempt.
Many a husband has stilled his convic
tions
this great moral question and
voted the prohibition ticket only because
he thought it a less evil for himself to do
S itlian either "to dwell iu the wilder
ness or with a contentions anil angry
woman" at home. 1 do not wish to give
mimes but 1 know that peace loving hus
bands have been driven to the prohi
bition plank by their wives who fell
victims to the prohibition cra/.e.
The method that destroys the peace of
tlie family, that slides an honest convic
tion, or that drives the natural lawful
head if a family into an uumaulv sur
render of iiis God given right, is not
Christian.
Again, the detective system by which
criminals are pursued, captured and
brought to justice may he a legal and a
useful system, but what intelligent, what
truthful followers of "hini in whose
mouth was found no guile" will consent
to adopiltg this method, s,i fuihof decep
tion and fraud, in advancing moral virtue,
developing a Christian character? The
detective system is employed by the \V.
C. T. I'. A few days ago one, ot the de
tectives ol tlie union appeared iu Xeche,
but he left that little town after calling
for a drink, without earning money I
enough to pay for his bed and breakfast!
No one who reads the newspapers need
be told by me to what shameful ex
tiernes this system is pushed iu Iowa
und other prohibition states and terri
tories by zealots of tlu prohibition
theory. Let me, however, cite a few
cases that occurred in Iowa.
1.1 he Lacy case. The wife of Mr.
latriek Lacey, a quiet and luoM'eusive
L'jcitizen
of Des Moines, lav ujion her bed' lUtS^liver^
nursing her one dav old „he,i la-1 ,, V"'"61'
constables entered' the house with
C. ROSS,
CAHHY A FULL LINE OF
Dry goods and Groceries,
Boots, Shoes, Hats Caps,
Ready-made Clothing,
Crockery and Glassware.
WE ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Furniture, Ammunition, and other
General Goods,
Pembina, Dakota.
Kj\EEgpW BWWELL,
PEMBINA,
SOI.K AtiKSTS FOR PEM1I1XA AND CAVAUKlt COUNTIES FOR
North Dakota Loan anil Trust Company,
We have nn unlimited capital anil money is always on hand you
not have to wait one day. Our rotes are as low as the lowest,
and we give a written agreemeut allowing the mon
to be repai(^^^jM|i^c youjupit.
dealanuiio^^H^HHIH^^usinegs with us?
"STnTIE OHAEG-E 2STO EOn^TXJS
law of the Mate, to search for liquor. Mr,
.MOJ I-acy was ordered to keep his seat while
the officers of the law discharged their
tuty Having failed to iind their!
.I
.. ii temhints you and vucU of
«'I Lmi-
iiient it will banish pain and subdue in
Sold by K, L. Lewis, drug
gist. 43tf
Frequently accidents occur iu the
household which cause burns, cuts,
sprains and bruises for use in such eases
l'r. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini
ment has for nianv years been the con
stant favorite family remedy. Sold by
li. L. Lewis.
nunc exposure to cold winds, rain,
bright light or malaria, may bring on in
tlamation, and soreness of the eyes. Dr.
McLean's Strengthening Kye
will subdue the inflammation,
cool and soothe the nerves, and
strengthen weak and failing eye siitht.
2oc. a box. Sold In It. L. Lewis. -l:itf
Hull' Faro Bxcursion.
We take special pleasure in calling at
tention to the excursion to points iu
Minnesota and Dakota via the St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Manitoba liy„ from St!
l'aul or Minneapolis and points south and
east, wh'ch have been announced, leav
ing St. Paul May !lth and 2:!rd ami June
titii and —Dth, and points south one day
earlier, when tickets are to be sold at the
low rate of one fare for the round trip.
These tickets will be
days from (late of issue, good ten days
going and live for return, with stop over
within limits. This will enable friends
or intending settlers to visit this countrv
during the early spring and summer, at
a very small cost, Further particulars
can be obtained by addressing
Going West.
The general interest that has been tak
en in the cpoiiing of the Montana Indian
reservations, is shown by the large num
ber of people who have already gone to
Great falls to investigate the mineral and
agricultural resources tf that wonderful
country. The low excursion rate an
nounced by C. 11. Warren, general pas
senger agent, of the St. Paul, Minneapo
lis A Manitoba Kailsvay, makes tlie ex
pense of exploring this country merely
nominal, and will undoubtedly result in
a still larger number following 44.40
Don't Experiment.
You cannot atrord to waste time ex
perimenting when your lungs are iu dan
ger. Consumption always seems
•Renews Her YouTli.
-Mrs. l'lnehe Chester, Peterson, Clay
County, Iowa, tells the
following remark
able story, the truth of which is vouched
for by the residents of the town: 1 am
7:» years old, have been troubled with
fci lney complaint ami lameness for many
years could not dress myself without
help. -Now 1 am free from all pain and
soreness, and am able to do all my own
housework. 1 owe my thanks to icieetric
iiitters for having renewed my youth,
and removed compeltely all disease and
pain." Try a bottle, oi.ly oOcts., at R. L.
Lewis', Pembina, Dr.Boylan"s Hamilton,
and Dr. 1*. C. Donovan's, Xeche.
.Sick headache is tlio bane of inany
lives. To cure and prevent this aunoy-
StiininuiUi
TEKHITOUYor DAKOTA.\ I)i«trict
K'UDe elsewJjere in the house one of the (inoneil ami renti red to answer the eonijilH'nt in
prohibition dill's rushed to the bed. tli.mljove vnt'lt aet.o1!, coi.y of wlucli .sderu
"c l»v served upon you. and to serve a to|.v of vnur
plra^ea the Woman with her day old to thusa deompla nt on the Hutwriher,
•'S: infant to the tloor and upturned the bed. I
tiiiukin^ that surelv the ohiect id'their I «hvy -aftei^Jie •'erviw ol u.is hunnixms np-myou,
exclua vo^l thedtiy ol such
but it was not. The husband
s' ic.^ma wwiuivuiij uisiwi ^erv (!c: tni'i if you
search llHlfrt be ituhlcu lUthec'iilJd bed jfrtiltoan-\verthe«it deoinp!a'Jil\vithinthet t»e
aloresnid. the pl.iint ft th xneticm wtil upply to
rccnin
what was done, and hearing the screams
„jtr .. °f his helpless and terror stricken wife.
In "tales. ,t they can carry
nisll(
a ia and any ot these (hive they e,.n
.,
lvv( |vei m(l oM,
coUr
l.11',.cU.(1
l)f tl
„teil.
«oo' |,.1IKj eotiltl take proper aim that we ha^p
,e
,, ... drinks made responsible for one more
0.1 the whoie, the rcpuM.cans e.u, case of I'elotiv. Shame on such conduct,
face the next eiitial comcM with
illtl)Kicuti
christianitv, and
110
stlie
1
celebration of her majesty's birthday "'"-'"i millions more, want none
which were entered into with meat Itespecifuliy,
sjiirit by everybody iu the neighborhood,
..... 1 r.i lumbago, and will find a valuable remedy
1 he east side 0! the liver presen ce dtlr- 1 •.,
ing the afternoon quite a
doubt,
will not. I stop here, leaving the
anti-Christiiin character of
''K' method adojited to establish temper-
TIIAS. MACKEAN,
Persons who lead a life of exposure
are subject to rheumatism, neuralgia and
I'lHinliiVs attorney, Pembina D. T.
Henry Kuw, I'hihtu" P. ArgerjMiKer .lames
P. Aryersuiger and J. 1». Turbox&Co. defendant*
above named.
Please lake notice that the complaint in the
above entitled acuon \w\ Hied uMh Henry I,
Horden clerk of tho district court for Pembina
eouwynt it olllce .n the uri hotnic in the city
of IVnib.na. on the 17th day of Apr 1 IMS.
4-1,
at
first,
only a cold. Do not perniitauy dealer to
impose upon you .yithsome cheap imita
tion of Dr. King's New Discovery lor con
sumption, cough and colds, but be sure
you get the genuine. Because lie can
make mo.e profit he may tell you he has
something just as good, or Just the same.
1)011 he deceived, but insist upon getting
J.'r. Kings New Discovery, which is guar
anteed to give relief in all throat, lung
and chest affections, trial bottle free at
It. L.Lewis drugstore.
M.I
said bind.M/
TI,Cy
il,ul
«c','"c'
H.N.JOY
HAMILTON.
Court,
County ol i'emliinn.
8s
Thir.l jmliefnl IHst.
Cyntliiu C. Hart, plirnt ff. vs .los. ph Congdon
tuiil Mnry Coiiplon.def^tul.'ints,
The territory of Dakota to the iihove nninod «le-
VOIL.
arc hereliv sum-
KTV EC IMD
forthervl.i.'l'dumntided iuthecompiaiut
besides eo(.t!»aud disbursements.
D.iled March 17th. MS*.
W. .1. ICNKKSUAW.
I'laint irn attorney. IVuihina.
To Joseph Congdon and Marv Cungdnn, defend
/iri.'a.
l'luasetaki* mt'ee that the coniiilaint in the
ah i\v entitled ae ion wa* tiled wi.h Henry I. Hor
deti clerk of the district court for remhitu county
at hisotliee in the uri h-ni*- iu the c.tv of Pem
Ijinaon the iVth day of April IK*u.
\V. J. N KI.SII A 'A'.
o-M5 I'lauuitr* attorney.
Summon*.
TKitRirnnvop
DAKOTA, I
DMrict Court.
Ceuuty ol'rembitni. f#:ird Judicial DMrict.
Thomas 0. Shaw and Henry Chat .Ion, co-parX
ucrs as Shaw «.V ChatUou. plamtitls, vs. «leoij*e 21.
Dayicf Archibald McMil.an, Henry \V. King,
I'hiJettis 1'. .Vt'Ker.-hi.irer md .hurt'* I'. Ar^er.^jji
ger, and li. Tarbox Co. defcudnnt^
The territory ol 1'akoUi tu the above named de
fendants.
You. and each of you arc hereby Hiiminoncd
and required t" answer the complaint in the above
entitled nuiion,actipy of wiiich is herebv nerved
upon you. and to serve »vpy of your unnwer to
the said coniiilaint on th sttbtcvlhvr, ni It in otUco
in the ty ot LV'mhina iu the eountv ot Pembina
and territory aforesaid, w.tiiin thirty davs after
the servicc of this sunituuns exclusive of the lny
ot such J'ervice: and if you fail to answer tiie
rtiid complaint within the lime aformnid, the
phuutill iu ih act on will appiv to the court
t'»r the relief demanded
IL
the complaint betides
costs and dishurencnts.
Dated Vtlh day of
Mm'cIi,
A. 1.
W.J. KIS.-#,
NKUSHAW.
"\V. J. KNHKSIIAW.
Wconditions
C. 11. WAKKKX,
•Hit General-Pass-Agent, St. Paul.
Shiloh's Vitnlizer is what you need for
constipation, loss of appetite, dissiuess
and alisymptonisof dyspepsia. Price 10
and To cents per bottle. At 11. L. Lewis
Plain.ll'.s uitornev.
Summon*.
TKKBITORYOFDAKOTA,
District Court,
County of Pembina. Third Judicial Dist.
Charles lrottcr, plum tV
VK.
Allies Trotter, de­
fendant.
Territory uNMkot* to HID above lituiicd defend-
Troll,,r,
are summoned and
riuuirtd to nn.sucr the coniplu.nt in (htt above
entitled action, winch was tiled xv.th tlie clerk ot
sa:d cottit nt Iiis ollk'c the court house iu
I eiuUina, on the i-l day of February, is**, aud to
serve a copy ot your a.iswer ti tlio Htil com
phuutou lltesubscr.ber ai .^ ollice in the c.tv
ol euibitui, in tiij ci'iinty oj Pembina autl terri
tory aforesaid, w.th th.itvdavs aitertheserv.ee
ol tij summons up .n y.-n, exeJu.s ve of ihe day
ot such serv.ee and il \ou la 1 tu answer the *a
complaint unh.u the i.me aforiMi.d. th piuut il
in th.s act on wiiUpplyto the court lor the relict
demanded the complaint bes.des c-.-Kts an«i s
bari-euients.
Dated February 24th, A.l. isss.
nr..- ..t
J.
KSKKHIIAW.
!J.) 4v lamtill & Attorney, i'onb.na D. T.
UAi'r'iuth.
('"AN" 1'"0Ulis' u-T-
XdllfO IK tlurebv «iM ii ilii.i llu- fell,mini imm.
wt sultk-r linn tiled not:™ c.i Iiis iiilcniioiiiiMimkc
iliml iiroot in suppiirt „i hs 7h.„
lirwil will I jo Hindi.. I* »n u,v ,,r i„ i,:* uli
wiico Henry ll. Ilonlen. i-tei ei'iiie itinrh-i nmrl
nt Pembina. D. T.on Mm\ yr.th. isss.
vj/.
limited to thirty Arlliln M"n,V.y'-* nOo".!
oticn"'i,,""'""1
|»Hiiiel
Shannon, for the iif. s\v (jr. !•». twiVliil 51
lie name* the followim: itne.^e- tu trove iiiP
(Mniitni«)iH residence upo« and eiilnv.-uionor said
U. C. TIU'.TVV, 1'C'RISFC'R
Mwitga^e Sntiv
HEHEAS. default ban bi-tin mude in the
of a ccitijin mort^a^e. cxecuJcd
otUce ot (he Ue^isterof Deed* iuand f«»rniocoiin
!y ol Pcmbtna lit the Tcrriiorv of Dakoia. on the
•-'ith lay of April,
A
». ibS, »t o'clock
in hook 14 of mortgager on page-ts-i.
}1nd
therc'i«
liaimed to be due on *a»d niorigni eat tiiedatc ot
llns Iionte, ilm Ilia,.111,1 „f t-.Bln tniii.treil nml
ttvcmy.threedoJtar#.unci (uetHv ceiiffi
mill iionctioii ur imieeeclinK IIIIK been jnsniuleil 1,1
Inw .r 111 equity In recover I lie debt i-eeiii-eit In
sula morli-iinu. or
HIIV
ji.-trl thereof.
Now therefore, lloiiee i* herebv «iven. linn |,r
virnte of 11 power of sule ,,i said ii,,.ri
Ulliie. itml ol lllv slnllile in s:i,-li eii»,. |„,id,. „„a
pmyided, llie Haul llioriKiib'e will |.t. foreclosed tiv
Asnleoti leiiiorlgiiKedlH'oiuise.Mtiureiiidcseribed
loeh sale will lie nputu nl tlie I'reiii door of the
'"ill I house ill I III: illy of l'eiiil-iiiu ,|.0
ol l,e:iil)iuiiiitidTerriioryori)iik„n,..l,p1'||)|i(.„„ :.
lion, byihe sheriff of s,i,d eoiuilv. or liv 1
piny.,
ni luesduy the.'iih day of. tune. \. 1, isss
111 lno'etoek illllieroreu,1011. losaiisl,- tlieiiiiioiini
wtueti uliull itien hctluc on said iiiiiri.'.^". 0
tin- interest lliereou. uu,,. ,,,,,1 eosi* „,7,i".v,.,.,.,
es of sale, Ullll llriy dnitais (S5i.-.) litloi Iiev tecs,
as stipulated 111 said inornate in
lUsC-
5
sence. Henry
iorerlos.
nre. Ihe premises described in said iiior|..n»c
1111,1
so 10 l,e sold, are Ihe p.e.v or parcel orlnTui
siliinled ill tiiecoinny 01 l'e,„tmm t^rilorv 01
liaUolii.iiiid known and des,-lit,e,las follows", to
wil: 1 he iiorlb-vvest iiuailer (nwi,) of seetion
iiuml.er itiiriv
(3c)
in township nuinber one liun-
"". 'L'' ""'K1-' 'nnnlier llftv-
',1. 'niiwlrect aud aixiv
iUe(LIITI)ncreH. uioreor less.
Dated April Khh.
A
i». ifci8.
1-. W.
WlM.nn,
U.
311-45 MAIIY E. COMICUS.
Altoruey for mortK.i»ce. StortmiRce.
Mny^ls't!
5S'IC'E'
Kork'''
Notice i« hereby given that the follo\vii\Onam-
UL
settler lias tiled notice of hi*intention to muke
final
proof in support of hiHciaitu.mid that wiid
prool will be made
BEFORE
\Ue
JUDGE
or in his ab­
P.
»Vl'.ru'l!r
p.«»r«ten, clerk of the district
o:u,',1,.ul'
A
Duknia. on Juiv Hilt. I«8S
ilhani Bute, for the north
WEST
section y.l township lt
quarter ot
:J
r«n«e 51.
He names the following
\VITUFTSSON
to prove hit*
cultivation of
.!OLITI I'
AJrth.
LOU IF
illiain Cmnp..lames
Iloiivette.eefe,
all ot Pembina
P. O.
li.
C. TIKIANV.
Register.
E I N A
Lumber Yard
FU1.L SUPPLY
or
Building: Material.
Boors,
Windows.
Building Paper
fisaif Agent for the latest improved
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY.
E. M. NIXON.
NEWSPAPER
Advertising. 15to
1J Itundulpli St.,Cli!cuso, keep this paper onUto
and ore authorized to IHIlrHVIIimii
•"to contracts witb ADVERTISERS*
TO THE FARMERS OF PEMBINA COUNT/, DAKOTA.
I O W A N
First-Class Farm Machinery^
GO TO
JAMES' MACHINE DEPOT,
BATHGATE.
We handle Wm. Deering & Co. new steel twine binders, und their new
4 foot and 3 inch, and. 5, and 6 foot cut mowers, the Walter
A, YVoods twine binders and inowero, the LaBelle Na
tional stee' hollow-axle wagons, the tricycle
sulky, walking and gang plows, David
Bradleys square corner sulky
and gang plows.
MONITOR SBEilKIlTCI- PLOWS,
Ames engines und Advance separators. Also Deering'x celebrated
inanilla binding twine, buggies any style
a carload just 'received.
Machine Extras a Specialty. Iron Piping, Flues and Fixtures
of all kinds.
•W. cSs 33. TAMES.
Hamilton Undertaking Establishment,
-A. FTTLL LINE OH"
Caskets, Coffins and Burial Cases on hand.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
BARGAINS
GREAT SPECIAL SAT/Pi OF
Boots and Shoes,
ALSO
Spring Hats in all the Nobby Styles,
We have been east and secured some of the most
wonderful bargains that have ever been offered in
the above goods also in spring dress goods and
trimmings of all kinds.
EVERY THING IS
New and Nobby and Nice,
We want to sell you all your spring goods and save
you from 20 to 5 per cent, Headquar­
ters for all classes of goods.
Furniture, Harness, Fanning Mills, Etc. Etc
SHAW & CHARLTON
STOKES AT
Psmlk, Hamilton and BaHgale.
MBS. C. O'HARA,
DRESSMAKER,
Bentothnuk Iter numerouRouitomeraol
the Four Corners tor their past pat
rename, and to inform thein that
•he ia atill prepared to do
•verythingin the line
of
Dressmaking, Mantlemaking,&c
Trlmmtnf, Patterns.
Ac., alwajri on hand,
tadieaare invited to call any time.
Pembina. Dakota
J. G. Sonderman,
Merchant
Tailor,
A GREAT VARIETYOF0AMPLK81M.
A.merioan,
English and
French Style*,
On hand to selectfrom. A neat lit and
good workmanship guaranteed
CLEANING AND MENDING DONE
WITH PROMPTNESS.
D.
Heating Stoves.
Tinware and
Sheetlron
Work a
Speoialty.
CaiRi«r
Street, PEMBINA.
Sale.
WHEREASN«rt|a|«
defeuK hu beta mad* la UN
conditions of« certain mortnin ez*6nttf.
•nil delirered by William Stlnsoti and Mar
Rret Am* tttititfon, his wife, tnortcagon. to Jobs
Merrlfleld. mortgagee.dated tb« Sftrd dar ol
May, A. D. iW8,auii recorded aa a nortmn to
the office of the register of deeds In aud for the
county of l*emblna, in the Territory of Dakota,
ontheaothdayofMay,1fti2at9o*c!uck
A. M.,
Dated April 16th, A. D., 1888.
J" W. WlLDKK,
Dated 10th. A. D. 1888.
P,
la
book 2 of mortgages, on page 261, which raort*
gftgo was duly a»igneil by mortgagee to Hanni
bal Hadley, and aM'gnmeut is
recorded on page
6^,ofttook4ofmortgagci*, in the office ot toe
rcgioter of dcede
aforesaid. And, whereas, said
tlanuibul Hadley is now deceased,
and.George I.
Sellcck isduly cnnHimed as the executor or hie
last 11
and tentament. And there Is claimed to
be due ourald mortgage at the date of
this notice,
the amount of nine hundred and seventy-four
dollars aud peventy-flve cent* {t9?4.7fi,] and tto
acUou or proceeding hu been Instituted at taw
or in equity to reoofer the debt secured by said
mortgage, or
any part thereof,
Now therefore, notice is hereby given, that by
virtue of a power of sale contained In said mort
gage, and of the nUtutein such case made and
provided, lite Kaid mortgage.will be foreclosed by
a sale of mortcaged premti*es tliereln deecribea,
which sale will be made
at the front door of the
court hcuse In the City of Pembina, iu the Couu*
ty of l'emhiua aud Territory of Dakota, at public
nuctlou, by the sheriff of said count/, or by his
deputy, on Tuesday the 5th day or June, A. D.
lHttt, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, to satisfy the
amount which shall theabedue on said mort
gage, with the interest thdreon, taxes, and costa
aud expenses of sale, aud fifty dollars attorney's
fees, as stipulated in said mortgage in case of
foreclosure. The pretnlnes described in said
mortgage, and so to be sold, are
the piece or par
cel oflaud situated in the County of INmbina
nnd Territory of Dakota, and kuowaand describ
ed as follows, towit: The north-wist quarter
[uwfcj of section number three [.H] iu township
number one hundred and sixty [160J uorth of
range number tifty-one [51]
west, contaiuiug one
hundred and scventy-seveu [I77J acres, more or
less.
UEORGK
W. WApril,
ILIILU. HENRY D. IIOLTON*.Trustee,
Attorney for Assignee. Assignee of Mortal
Mortgage Sale.
^A^condilioitsof
ti curtain mortgage, executed
11EUKA8, defiult has been made iu the
and delivered by John Wilkie, a s.ngle man,
mortgagor to Dr. C. S.Blakeslm mcrtgagte dat
ed the llth day of April, A. D.. 18S8, and recorded
as a mortgage iu the offlcc or the register of
deeds in and for the comity or Puubina iu the
Territory of Dakota, on the 24th day of April, A.
D., 1H83 uttHlo o'clock
A.
Dated April 16th A. D., 1888. ^45
*•»?.
I1',ER»
1^"
E. SELLECg.
Attv for assignee. Executoiof Ast'gmeVf
80-40 Estate.
Nortgifv Sale,
Wconditions
HEHKAS, default has been mede in the
of a certain mortgage, executed
and delivered by Lyman K. Dickinson and Maria
J. his wife, mortgagors, to Dr. V. 8. Blakeslee,
mortgsgee, datrd the 17th day of March. A. D, INK
nnd recorded as mortgage in the office of the
UegiNier of Deeds in and for the county of l'em
bina in the Territory of Dakota, on the ^thday of
March. A. D. 1883 at 9:15 o'clock A. Nm iu book
9 of inr.rtgugcs. on page 85 which said mortgage
iva* duiy aligned to Henry D. llolton, trustee,
by John 11. Merritleld, executor of the last l!
and testament of Dr. C. 8. Dlukeslee, deceased
nnd usnignineutis tecordedon page 78 of book
87 of mortgages, in the office of the Register ol
Deeds aforesaid and there is claimed to be due
on said mortgage at the date of this notice, the
amount of four uttndred and sixty dollars [ttfO.uO]
and oo action or proceeding has been instituted
at law or in equity to recover the debt secured by
said mortgage, or any part thereof.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by
virtue of a power of sale contained tu said mort
gage, and of the statuto in such case mado and
Pye
rovided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed
sale of (he mortgaged premises therein de
scribed, which sale wiii be mnde at the front
door of tho court houso in the city of Pembina in
the county of Pembina and Territory of Dakota*
at public auction, by the sheriff of said c"itmv
or by his deputy, on Tuesday, the ftth day of
June, A. D. Ib8d, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, tc
satisfy the amount which shall then l.e due on
iid mortgage, with the interest thereon, (axes
°ud costs and expense*of sale, and liny dol'nrt
160.} attorney's fees, as stipulated in said mort
gage in case of foreclosure. The prcmiecs de
scribed in snid mortgage, and so to be sold, nro the
piece or parcel of laud situated in the county of
rcmhina and Territory of Dakota, aud known
and described as follows, to wit: The north-west
quurter Inw.V) of section number four. |4J in
township number one hundred aud sixty-one,
[161] north of range number tifty-six, [56J west,
containing one hundred and tifty-ceveu 1.157]
acres, more or lens.
M.iu book 0 of mot
tgag
es, ou page 100. winch na mortgage was dub
assigued to XelLe lilukeslec bv .Irhn H. Mer
niieid. executor of the last will and testament ol
there is claimed to be due on said mortgage nt
the date of this notice, the amount of two huu
dredaud cignty-eeveii dollars and llfty cents.
£SSJ8,MIIKJand no action or proceeding lias been
lnntitut-d at law or inequity to recover the debt
secured by said mortKagt! or any part tiiercof.
ow therefore, notice is hereby given, that bv
virtue of a |iower of sale coutained in said mort
gage, nnd of the Ktutute in such case made and
providi-u, the said mortgage will be foreclosed bi
sale of the luortgngcd premises therein descrih
ed, which sale will be made at the frontdoor ol
die court house in the City of Pembina in the
ounty of J'cmbina and Territory of Dakota at
public auction, by the sheriff of snid county or
by his deputy, on Tuesday the 5th day of Juue
A, D., 188«, at 10 o'clock iu the forenoon, to sutisft
the aiuouut which shall theu be due ou said
mortgage, with the interest ficrcon. taxes, and
costs and expenses ol sale, and fifty dollars at
torneyV fees, as stipulated in said mortgage In
case of foreclosure. Tlie premises described in
•aid mortgage, aud so to be sold, ure the piece or
parcel of land situated in the County of Pembina
and Territory ol Dakota, ani known and
descrlb
ed as follows, to-wit: Tlie south-east quarter,
[sc*] of section number seventeen, (17)
in town
ship uumber one hundred and sixty-two fi621
north of range uumber liny-six [sr.] west, contaiu
ing one hundred and sixty acres (iCU) acres, mora
or less.
NELLIE M. COOHLGK,
Atty. for Assignee. (nee Blakeslee.)
Assignee of Mortgage
MorlgAfts
SAI».
Wconditionsdefault
HKRKA8, lias been made in the
of a certain mortgage, executed
ann uehvereU by Samuel Uobiuson. asiugle man
mortgagor to Mary E. Kemp, morUraute. d«ied
Uie Ith day of March, A. 1)"^4 .mdrecJrded
as a niortgage in the ollice of the register of
deeds, in and lor the County of lVmbiua, in the
nt.!!Vkn^' 1U day or March,
A, D. 1884, at o:ir. o'clock
Alll«8th
gages.on page 50S,
m., in look lOofmort­
ftU
there is claimed to be due
on said mortgage at the date of this notice, the
amount of six hundred and seventy-nine dr liars
511 ,, 2 ii "1 and no action or
proceeding has beeu instituted at law or J» eouity
i»-pwuVereor
ei:ur,!d
by""W morM»oge,
or
Now thereto re. notice In hereby givi-n. that bv
eoiitntneil In faiil mort-
Ve for^«Jby
lie auction, by the sheritt of snid county, or bv
at expenses of sale, and fifty dollars attorney?
Pui.®i*ec* hi said mortgage in case of
1 premises described in
said mort*
I "V. are the
piec' or iHir6i:lof
laiut
couuty ol Pembina and Terntorv
^l"" .al"1 follO*?
F^rlrrW.gee. 31
&"v Mwtgtigec
Clubbing Bates.
our reviged
for tlie yeat
The following is
cash clubbing rates
1888.
large num.
In order to reach a large num.
ber of subscribers iu art-ear we have
placed the figures so low that they
can only be reached through club
bing, and in order to treat al'
alike, new subscribers will enjoy
the same privilege.
The PIOXIJER EXPRESS and tlu
Jsorth-Western Farmer one veai
for §2.00.
The PIOXKER EXPRESS and St.
Paul Pioneer Press one year foi
$2,50.
The PIOXEER EXPRESS, North
Western Farmer and the Pioneer
Press one year §2.75.
The PIOXEEREXPRESS aud Scrib
ners Magazine ono year for $1.00.
XTT^F ?'0XKKU EXPRESS and tlie
North Dakota Farmer one yearfoi
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