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The pioneer express. [volume] (Pembina, Dakota [N.D.]) 1883-1928, March 01, 1889, Image 3

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Soft wood per cord «J.
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Whet No. 1 hard per bu»hel ira....—
Notice to Sutncrlbar..
Partlc. indebted to tV/'.^SSlFbVSSttS
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Walhalla C- Pi looting
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Attorney General C. F. *e,n^^?lJ5?53B"
Secretary Capt.M. L. McCormicV.Bitmarck.
Auditor.
Tr»R««jrer.. ... .fJ.A.Ward,Stew*Fjuj.
P. tawter. Bwmarc*.
Chief Jurtlce ....narHett Tripp,
5«pt.PubJu*truction.MEuwne A.Pye.BUmarcjt
AsJt.Supt. of Public Instruction, F. A. liiwu,
R^eyor-Genern«...CorteKFe88endei)
Judce UiBt. Court (8!«tdist.)...W.I. McConneu,
ClerYSiat Court II D. Borden, Pembina,
U.S.CUSTOtt*.
Collector.
w.........Adelftrd
Gucrnon, Pembina.
XT. S. MARSHAL.
Capt. Dan Maraita.
Bismarck.
DErVTIEF.
J. E.Haggart,Fnrgo CMarnliall,Hamilton.
V.S.LAKnOFPICR.
Recistar T. M. Corbet. GrnndFork*
Receiver J. J. Honors,Gmtid Forks
U.B. ARMV.FOBTPEMBINA.
II. A. Thisakeb.—Major ifith Infantry, com*
hmnp rwft.
Dr. It. CJ. Ebert Post Surtft on.
Oapt. C, McKibbcu.— Command'Hg company
I,16ui Infantry.
Capt. E. 8. Chapin,—Commanding company u.
Lieut. A. S. Rowan.—I* ©*t adjutant, octing
U&RouxnsE.*-'Snd Lieut. 1Mh infantry, A. A.
Q. M..andR. O.
COUNTY OFUCIAJ.F.
Member otTnrrltorial Council— Hon. IN ter
Cameron, Tyner.
Commissioners 1st DM J. I.nMonrc Pembina:
do 3d Dist 11.Mcduhi Ernest
do Mh Iist...J hit J« Imam. Gardar
Register ol
Dcc«1k
County Auditor John K«i« r»-«p v, Pembina.
Treasurer. Pembina
Countv Attorn* W. J. Kr.eeM.nw Pembiua.
^hcrirt". liatligate
Judge of Probate E.
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8upt. of Schools C. K. JackK.n. Pembina.
Countv Surveyor F. E. lkbcrt. av«»lier
Coroner Dr.J. B. Mnlr Hamilton
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WAIIDEN POST NO. 83.
Regular meetingsevcry secful and fourth Mou
duyofeachmruth. li. J.Stk-»n«.
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PEMB1SA, DAKOTA.
W. J* i:.V M'.MIAW.
LaM-yerf. Will practice in Courts of I«kr»lrt,
Minuerota. and before United states Land ofticc.
Money to i^onr. andCollcctio»:s made.
rEMIlIXA, DAKOTA,
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LAWTEE,
BATHGATE, DAKOTA.
IS ANCIS MACfJOWASi,
Attorney and OonntHMor nt Law. hpeciul
ill ten?
ion given tolhii'«sU n. c»«-.
sr.. rixcEA T, Vf.XA\
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VJIIAS. It. tlAKUIS, M.
Physician and Surgeon, Found at all hours
jrhen not professionally engaged at his oflilce.
on Siui^n.un $:rn-t nt dny time and at hie resi*
dtneeon Cavilcer Strei at night.
PESIB1.\A, DAKOTA.
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(*r«d:ii!Se C«lj*e, M'-n'rtisi. ODice
at tiie Wineiic^'t rlj" tel.
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DAKOT 1.
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llftr.-.ilion l!ou*c
HA MILTOS. DAKOTA.
J. UlMiliOVK.M.D. r. 31.
Physician,Surgeon and Accoucheur. Grad*
lateof'MctilllCyJlegc, Moutreal.
OKA Vrow DAKOTA.
C. W.ANDREWS,
WALHALLA, DAKOTA.
Loans.
Insurance,
Cojiveyancing.
i'aim Loans a Sj tciahy. Money
tn loan on Chattels. Collec
tions promptly attended to.
C. W. ANDREWS,
Xotarv Public.
R. AYLEN,
Pembina. Dakota.
LOANS
CONVEYANCING
INSURANCE.
Farm Loans a Specialty. Money
to loan on chattels. Oollectious
promptly attended to.
E. AYLEN
Notary Public.
Joseph LaPorte,
NOTARY PUBLIC
Neche, Dak.
Agent for Dakota Investment Co
Money to loan on farms and chat
tels also tor making final
proofs.
Collections promptly attended to.
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 maTcing arrange
ments elsewhere,
Addbess Pembina
ob
Bathgate.
The following land* are for m!«cheap,
on easy terms, or may be rented bv ap
plication to the agents or owners. When
writing be sure to give the number to the
left and description of land referred to.
B. P. GATES, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
Room 684, Bonk of Minneapolis building.
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PEMBINA LODGE NO.IO.
Regular meetings In the evening* of
first and iliirrt Frid ilny of every month.
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FIDELITY LODGE NO.41.
Regular meeting.* every
Thnrfday evening. All Brethren in good *tund*
og are cordially Invited. V.
Quackenrvsh.
Secretary.
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THE PIOKEEB-EIPBESS.
Entered at the iKKtofllce at Pembina at? pccund
clasp mail matter.
FRIDAY MARCH 1, 1880.
AROUND TOWK.
A TKitM of District court lias been or
dered for Pembina County, ooiiiiiiencina
Monday, March 2otli.
p. t.
The mail trains liave been very irregu
lar Hie rast week, caused by snow iu
the (out hern end of the line.
A ltEiii i.Aii meeting of the l'einbina
Lodge No. 10, A.F.AA.il. this (Fri
day) evening. Work ic F. degree.
A corri.E of i-leiuh loads of young folks
drove over to Lmereon Tuesday evening
and spent a pleasant time on the tobog
gan slide.
Slit. C. Thomas, of the Pembina Brew
ery is= putting up "00 tons of ice for the
coming season, A good nu.Mber of others
are piling up ice for the summer.
Jim ('i:i:]:\woui has been trying to
find out how old that little buy at his
house was, by looking atjbis teeth, Jim
and I'r. Harris agree that he must have
been born on Thursday.
Tin social at Mr. Nixon's Tuesday
evening under the auspices o! the
Episcopal church, was a pleasant gather
ing. The evening was spent in appro
priate games and ether amusements.
In
another column is a call for a cau
cus in Kittson Hall to-morrow evening,
to nominate oflicers for the township.
We hope to see a large turn out. The
hour to convene is 7:30 o'clock in the eve
ning.
Tiieim: is considerable more snow on
the level now then there was this time
last winter. With the abundance of
rain we had last fall, we have before us(
a more favorable spring and summer
than a vear ago.
Next Tuesday, the last of the series of
socials, tinder the auspices of ahe Epis
copal church will take place at the resi
dence of Mrs. W. J. Kneeshaw. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all and a
good time is assured.
Ijeoiioe
Thompson, the gr7ccr, is hav­
ing the building formerly occupied by
•dr. l,ee Sciihiier, next, door to Lewis'
drug store fitted up for a grocety store
and will mine there in a slK'it time.
While .Mr. Thompson is satisfied with
the business he has been doing on
Stutsman street, he thinks it would he
to his advantage to be mole centrailv
located.
A Dumber of larmers from
Bowesmont and other far-o/I places iu
the country have been in town this
week getting their wheat ground.
A su'osciihercame ill the other day, paid
us
sj.ijO
on subscription after having his
inferior grade ground into flour, saying
the benefit derived from a local of the
Pembina Holler Mill, was worth nunc
than the year's subscription, consequent
ly he wanted us to know it. He was
from south-western Carlisle.
Ui'iuxii our recent trip to Winnipeg we
spent a day with the brethren at Pembi
na, the extreme northeastern lodge in
the grand jurisdiction of Iakota, and
through the courtesy of lirother G. U.
Thompson, we visited Fort Pembina,
where two "companies of boys in blue"
are garrisoned, several of whom are in
terested and valuable members of the
Pembina Lodge. We are under especial
obligation to Sergeant Frederick Whyte,
who is one of the best informed, enthus
iastic and studious craftsmen we have
had the pleasure of meeting for a
time.—Master Mason.
C. A. Holhrook came down Friday
to attend the Carnival. Not proposing
to be out done by Manager Ashley, he
remained iu town until Tuesday, visiting
old friends in the mean time John U.
Campbell, of-Lanc-iisler, Out., registered
at the Winchester Monday II. F.
Kvans, of Brandon, Manitoba, called
Monday Kev. Win. Kning visited his
brothers this week. He is located in
Messrs. F'ralick and Fisk were
down from Krnest yesterday on probate
and other business N. Jacobson, of
Malison, has been iu town a couple days
looking after his property Miss Lulu
(Jadv, of Grand Forks, is visiting at Mrs.
II. It. auxin's Tlios. \V. Brown and
liobert (Jibhs drove down lroui Hamil
ton yesterday and spent a few hours in
town.
The Carnival
Friday evening, the date set for the
masquerade carnival in the skating rink
was so cold and disagreeable, Manager
Ashley thought it best to have it post
poned to Monday evonimr which was
done. Although that night was not as
fine as was wished for, the attendance
was large—fully as many as at the last
carnival. Appropriate decorations with
stars and strips were fixed along the
walls on the north side, with the word
"welcome" in large letters, greeting all
as they opened the door. Short's Quin
tette Orchestra was in good trim and
rendered excellent music.for the skaters
to keep thne to. Below we give a list of
names and characters represented, of
tliaee who complied witli our request
last week and presented cards at the
door.
T. n,
Frank Hart, Sioux Indian A. L. Akers,
belle of the rink: G. G. Thompson, Miss
Dakota Joe Bouvette, knight in full ar
mor E. K. Cavileer, prince Arthur Ho!
brook, clown Henry Feldman, clown
Gertie Kemp, America Napoleon La
Braclie, professional tramp Grace Mc
Kenzie, Italian peasant girl Mrs, Geo.
Thompson, Dakota snowbank Miss Bay
O'Hara, American girl Wallace O'Hara,
topsr Maggie Haight, crazy patch girl
Harry Treglawnv, southern lady of color!
Lottie O'Hara, music girl Roul Bran
chaiKt, jockey Charley Daniels, Ameri
ca Maude O'Hara, equestrian, Nellie
Vaughn, Minerva Mrs. W. J. Kneeshaw,
Icelandic bride Alfred Bouvette, base
ball Ernest Brauchaud, sweet XVI
Lewie Booker, eolored'field hand Pur
cie Kemp, "Mnmachcse Mayo Ash
ley, letter carrier II. Vaughn, Mother
Hubbard W. C. Short, judge of probate
Geo. Leibinger, Chinese II. E. Webb,
Oscar Wilde James Kneeshaw, Russian
drummer bov Lewie Musselinan, sailor
G. I'eterson, ghost John O'llarn, Topsy
Judsou LaMoure, Jr., graduate of the
N. 1*. K. U. shops Eddie I-aMo'urc, sail
or, Stuart Thompson, fancy clown: l!un
ny O'Hara, poor little giil Gertie M.
Jeffreys, night Maud Ahrains, Gypsy
maid A. Bjornson, Icelandic national
costume Shepley Moorhead, toboggan
suit Operator Coinstock, "Kip Van Win
kle A. llazelton, K. of L. Sergeant
Hanley, comic costume Bob. Cowan,
fancy costume
The following are the prize winners:
Nellie Vaughn most attractive lady cos
tume, Joseph Bouvette most attractive
gent costume and Frank Hart the best
comic.
uir.u.
At Pembina, Dakota, Feb. itith, ISSil,
Mary L. Ward well, wife of Uev. I.. 1).
Wardweil, aged 70 years, 3 months
and 22 days.
Mrs. Marv L. Wardweil, wife of Kev
L. I). Wardweil and mother of F. A,
Wardweil, who died on Tuesday, was
nearly seventy-one years of age and in
this country of comparatively young
people, was well advanced in years. She
was of Norman French blood and was
born on the Island of Guernsey, in the
year ISIS. Her family emigrated to Ca
nada and settled near (Quebec in which
city she spent most of her girlhood
Beaching womanhood she followed a
brother to the state of Maine, where she
met ami married L. D. Wardweil, at
Buckspert, Maine, who soon after en
tered the ministry of the M. E. church,
and for nearly forty years she did the
work mid bore the vicissitudes inci
dents to the life of an itinerant preacher's
wife. How well, hundreds of friends ill
eastern Maine would gladly testify. In
1SXI she accompanied her husband on a
visit to Dakota and finally concluded to
settle down in this city. Here she has
ad far as bodily infermatives would al
low, still taken an active part in society
and social life and made many warm
friends in all classes of society. All her
life she has been an invalid, but an in
doinhable will and a self-forgetting re
gard for others, has brought her throiigli
a long life with a record of more good
work done by her feeble hands and gen
erous iieart, than is done by many whose
years were longer and whose natural
strength was greater.
After a life of pain and labor she rests
well. Though suffering excruciatingly
until near the close of her life, at the last
she was comparatively free from pain
and her death was peaceful.
iler friends, while tliev would not call
htr back to the sufferings of her life,
find already, a great blank in their lives.
She had lived with her husband more
than forty-eight veins and to him, her
loss is the blotting out of a part of his
own existence. To the writer, sue was
more than an ordinary mother, for he
was bound to her by the double tie of
gratitude for all that he is. and by the
love of a mother of which otherwise na
ture and death bad deprived him.
The funeral took place yesterday after
noon at two o'clock, from her late resi
dence, on Cavileer street, to the JI. K.
church. Kev. II. 1'. Cooper, of Drayton,
conducted services.'
A Curd.
To those, who by kindly feelings, sym
pathetic words and generous deeds have
trieil to lighten our burden of sorrow, we
can only only return our heartfelt thanks
by simple words. May He who has pro
mised to reward such kindness remem
ber you, as you have remembered us.
L. D. W.wsiiwe
COUNTY NEWS.
For the Headers of the Pioneer Ex.
press, by Special Beportere,
WAI.IIAI.I.A.
ltoads on the prairie are not very
good just now.
T. S. Burley has put in a stock ot hard
ware and painted and rearranged the
inside of his store
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hurley and
family made a short visit to relatives in
Eruest last week.
J. F. Hensley lias a stock of hardware
also. Ho lias purchased the safe and
other things of Mr. Loring since the fire.
It is expected that a large immigra
tion will make this part of Pembina
county boom this spring.
A. D. Jinks, millwright for Kordyke &
Marmon Co., lelt Monday for Indian
apolis, Indiana.
Joseph lteid went to Pembina last
week, and Jack Frost bit his nasal ap
pendage so bad be feels as though he
had an instep on his uose.
Quite a number of transfers of proper
ty are taking place weekly. J. W.
Campbell has bought the ohl liazelwood
farm, just north of John Fisk's.
W. W. Miller took his wife down to
their home in Winona and since his re
turn has offered his horse for sale, which
looks as if lie was goingsoon'himself.
B. T. Grow received a telegram from
his wife in Michigan that his youngest
child (a Ih) had died there, and that
the little girl is not expected to recover.
Town meeting in Walhalla, Tuesday
March 5th, JSSi), to vote for the elec
tion of township officers for the ensuing
year and to vote for or against the erec
tion of a town hall in the town of Wal
halla.
Marshall Jackson, wife and family
have returned from the east. Their lit
tle hoy was sick with Ihe chicken pox
when the}' left and he has been very
sick since their return but is iimv slowly
convalescing.
A couple of blacksmiths have been
here from Manitoba, that land that
Manitoba papers claim to be flowing
with milk and honey, and one endeavor
ing to purchase the blacksmith outfit of
J. ll.Campbell.
Ou Saturday last, the infant son of O.
K. Daniels died of inflauiatioii of Ihe
lungs. Mr. Daniels was absent at the
time at Snow Flake, Cavileer county,
T., where he was detained by sick
horses. The bereaved parents have our
sympathy.
Several of our folks who enjoy doing
the light fantastic took iu the hall at
Neche, Washington's birthday uud re
port a line time. Some of the quadiilles
were danced to the key of !., two
sharps. Sam and Tom, neither Sam or
Tom 1 is the sharp that took the youii]
lady home from the donation. It was a
different sharp.
In one of your issues you state that
you never saw but one guide post in the
county. Vour memory or your eye
sight must be short for Wulhalia iias
had four (4) guide boards ami posts er
rected ever since 1885, and I am certain
you have seen them. As in everything
else, Walhalla takes the lead in guide
posts.
A Meniiouite by the name of uueer
ing came near queering T. S. Burley out
of $80 last week but Tom got wind of the
skipper and following him captured a
pair of fine ponies. The elegant stuff in
good Canadian money was put up and
the ponies returned Saturday last. Tom
says there is no use trying to shove the
"queer" oil him or attempt any queer
ing games. This is the second time an
attempt has been made and both par
ties were out—not only Ihe debt, but
hud to whack up costs as well.
CAIIMSLE.
Tod Weeks spent a few days at Milton
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sea were the
guests of James Moffatt's last Sunday.
Mrs. Carl made a flying trip to Pembi
na Tuesday, and says it was too stormy
for pleasure driving.
Mrs. Weeks, met with a serious, acci
dent, last week. We are glad to learn
that she is lecovering.
Mr. McDonald, our principal teacher,
has been ill for the past few days, hut is
again able to assume his duties at school.
Mr. Carl met with the misfortune of
losing his donkey that peculiar noise
iu the neighborhood, will he heard no
more.
Mr. and Mrs. McDowell are lo leave
Cailisle next week lor a warmer climate.
We all sincerely regret their departure
from our midst.
Kev, Barton delivered an excellent
sermon iu Ihe school house last Sunday.*
Preaching next Sunday in the afternoon
at three o'clock.
The authorities of East Carlisle antici
pate the building of to-.vn ledl. We
need it very much and hope they will,
succeed in their undertaking.
i.I..
F. A. and Winnie C. W.u
i,i.: L.
Township Caucus.
Notice is hereby given that a caucus for
Pembina township will lie held iu Kitt
son hail, Pembina, on Saturday, March
2nd at 7:30 p. 111. for the purpose of
nominating a full set of township oflicers
forthe coming election, lly order of
the township board. 1!. Aylen,
It Clerk.
Teacher Wanted.
For school district No 04, Thingvalla,
township, Pembina county, for a term
of three months. Applicant must hold
second or third class certificate. School
to commence March IStli. Call on or ap
ply to, S. Siolkdson, Clerk,'
32-34 Eyford, D.T.
long
—F. U. llartson and Harry 1).
BorJen retained from fjt. Paul Monday
A. and S. Sigurdsoii, of Eyford, were
in town several days this week Mes
dauies Fowler and Kemp returned from
their extended visit in Ontario Friday
evening, well pleased with their visit and
glad to get home A. 15. Johnson, of
liathgate, was iji town yesterday W.
II. I'onaliisun, of Kittson county, was in
town Wednesday M. J. Tyinan, of
Neche, was seen on our streets Monday
Eatray.
Two bay brcncho horses, branded on
left hip. One has alight stripe in face.
One had a halter on when left. Left
Bathgate 011 Sunday, went towards Pem
bina. S. 1). Bostwick,
31-32 Bathgate, Dak.
Teacher Wanted.
The undersigned will receive applica
tions for a male teacher holding second
class certificate aud a female teacher
hoklii'g a '.bird class certificate, for
school district, No. 2, township ol Neche.
The application to state the amount of
salary required. Said application will
be received up to the 10th day of April,
IS-y.l.
M. Gai.LOW.IY,
31-35 Clerk.
Unclaimed Ijetters.
The following letters remain unclaim
ed iu the post otlice in Pembiua, and if
not called for in thirty days, will be for
warded to the dead letter office. Please
enclose 1 cent stamp for letters forward
ed to other offices.
Smith l'utrison, A. Suinmerville, Ran
dolph Gravens. Sarah Fox, Thomas H.
Gibbons, James Johnson, William John
son.Tomis Woods.
E. K. CAVILEEB, P.M.
School clr .«ed last Friday in district
number 23, but to the amazement of the
scholars, started 011 Tuesday, for the ben
efit ol our learned students, who intend
writing at the spring examination.
Sir. John Eastman has purchased a
valuabla trotter, which he says, needs a
little training before entering 011 any
race-course. Mr. Eastman is no doubt
on the right side of the question.
The young men that took the contract
of cutting Ihe wood for the school house,
thinks there is not much money to be
made chopping wood. They are now
seeking more profitable employment for
the future.
Kev. Spicer is now agent for a steam
washer. The weather being so severe
for the past few weeks, that he has not
been able to travel much. Anyone wish
ing to purchase a washer, would do well
to call on Mr, Spicer.
ISUWES.UOST.
They toek their departure for Sloropano
Manitoba last Monday.
Miss Lilly Bituion of St Thomas, is the
guest of Sirs. H. Sholtz of this place.
Sire. A. Peterson of Grafton, was the
guest of Mrs. L. Johnston last week.
Mr. John Johnston was iu Diayton
last Tuesday, calling on dentist Barnes.
Sir. A. Bell and A. Baker of St. Thom
as were iu Bowesmont last week ou bus
iness.
Mr. H. Huffman, brothcrof Sirs. Waldo
and J. Morrison who have been attend
ing college iu Winnipeg this winter
were guests of Sirs. Waldo last week.
V. S. Waldo spent a few days visiting
friends in Winnipeg last week. The
business men 111 that city felt the effects
of the failure in wheat as well as on this
of the line.
Sir. George Patterson is shipping two
cars of wheat. There appears to he con-|across
sideiable wheat in this neighborhood
yet. Our agent Mr. J.' Conden is kept
quite busy acme days.
JOLIBTTB,
Still they come—we are to have a
blacksmith shop at the station.
Some of the parties who went from
here to Ontario laBt fall have returned.
A. Veuzies, of Juliette, last week, pur
chased a farm near Bowesiuout for $1,200
from L. E. Booker, of Pembina.
Messrs, L. Purdy and O. Bristol at
tended the-carnival at Drayton and re
port having a large time.
The last Literary was a succcss in
every respect. Attendance was large
and enthusiastic—it looks like an organ
sure.
Mr, and Mrs. Eiglimy, of Pembina,
have moved to our city and became
perininent residents. Mr. Eiglimy lias
concluded to put up a store and start
business in this place.
Next Friday's debate at the literary
promises to be a good one. Question.
Kesolved that the Indian has received
more injuries from the whites than the
negro. Affirmative, Mr. Cunningham.
Negative, Mr. Falconer.
Mr. Iiobcrt McAuley has returned
from Minnesota, where he succeeded in
purchasing a car load of young oxen
for L. E. Booker. Any farmer in need
of exen would do well to call and see
them at the bams of Mr. Booker. They
are said to the be best ever brought to
Pembina.
ilRCIIC.
Mr. Charles Murphy ot Neche who
has gone to Canada, wrote to his folks
here, saying that he has made a nice
trip and is enjoying himselt well, with
his old friends who were glad to mtet
him. Mr. Murphy found a great change
iu the capital of Canada as well as in
the suroundhig towns which have all
increased in business and wealth.
Treasurer's Beport.
Annual statement of G. W. Kyan, treas
urer of the township of Fembina, and
county of Pembiua, of the moneys re
ceived by him into the town treasury,
from the county treasurer and from all
other oflicers and persons aud also of
all moneys paid out by him as such
treasurer for the year ending Feb. 26th,
ISS'.I.
OKDKUS
ISSl-UI).
August Gerardiu .$69 85
L.Geroux 35 00
J. Hogau 7 50
Chas. Widell 0.00
Paul Norman 6 00
C. Haight 150
P. O'Hara 5 50
W. Moorhcad 50 28
Gotlieh Kain 3 00
B. Wheeler 3 00
T. Eniasou 50
M. Johnson 1 50
O. Johnson 1 50
D. Dick 7 00
A. Webster 15 00
S. Johnson 0 00
J. .1. Dormar 4 00
E. M. Nixon 18 59
J.C. Uoss 4 73
L. O. Johnson 24 25
Nick Hoffman 5 50
G. li. Winship 9 75
N. lloflman 05 25
Short Bros 5 05
L. O. Johnson 2o 00
L. O. Johnson ],400 00
First National Bank, coupon
interest 080 00
L. O. Johnson 2 00
J. Hogan 2 40
Frank Hart 4 00
J.lI.Abrams fl 00
J. Hogan 4 80
B- -Ay-Jen 49 25
L. O. Johnson 100 00
15. II. Webster 30 00
J. Kabernagle 14 00
•J. Hogan 12 00
IS. Aylen 38 75
Township Treasurer's commission-lOO 90
F. A. Wardweil 2 00
do 2 00
II. J. Jioss 12 00
II. Aylen 11 50
F. A. Wardweil 18 45
I. Dick 4 00
J. Kabernagle 22 00
II. Aylen 5 75
Italimce 011 hand 3,801 54
Cash received, $0,720.62
Balance 011 hand Feb. 28th '8S... 1,375 49
Received from Co. treasurer 5,295 13
It. Aylen, order rebate 011 elec
tion expenses 50 00
$0,720 02
ItKt'AI'ITL'l.ATION
OK
UAI.ANCK.
Sinking fund $2,106 20
Interest fund 1,239 07
General spl. fund 558 79
4 Hah
nice,
•Over draft 011 road and bridge
1
fund
$3,904.06
102.52
3,801.54
Town Moeting.
The following is a report of the town
ship board, held February 26th, 1889, at
2 p. in.
Board met as an auditing board, pres
1 cut, full board.
The report of road overseers for the
following districts read and accepted,
District No, 1 reported 203 days work
1011 roads, district No 2, 110 days work
aud district No 3, 32 days work.
Treasurer showed a balance on hand
lof $3,801.54 which, alter checking with
vouchers was found correct.
I The clerk warrant book shows orders
unpaid to date, -*32:1.1.'i, including orders
drawn at this meeting.
1ULI.S ALLOWED.
Wm.SIcCnniber, road overseer,
district No 1 .$126 85
Benj. Wheeler, road overseer,
district No. 2 18 8
N. Huffman road overseer district
No. 3 3 50
F. E. Hebert for surveying ol
of road near 11 ogan's 8 40
A.McDonald repairing grader 6 75
A. Gerardin two days work on
fort road with team 18S6 8 00
J. II. Abrams attendance at 9
meetings, mileage and inspecting
Geroux road 24 80
J. Hogau attendance at 3 meetings
mileage and ins|ecting Geroux
road 7 20
John Kabernagle attendance atl
meeting 2 00
I!. Aylen 5 meetings, posting
notice ami blanks Ac 15 10
Wardweil & Thompson, printing,
blanks, eight months office rent 48 65
The board passed the following re
commendations:
That guide posts be erected at the
various crossroads in the township that
a town hall be erected with basement
I suitable for storingthe grader and other
implements that bridge be built
the Tongue river near J. Ilogan's
that a levy of 10 mills on a value of
$200,000. be raised for sinking fund.
R.
AYLE.N, Township Clerk.
Ill* New Discovery.
You liave heard your friends and
neighbors talk about it. You may your
self be one of the many, who know from
peraonal experience just how good a
thing it is. If yon have ever tried it
you are one of its staunch friends, be
cause the wonderful thing about it is,
that when once given a trial, Dr. King's
New Discovery ever after holds a place
in the house. If you have never used it
and should be afflicted with a cough
cold or any throat, lung or chest trouble
secure a bottle at once and give it a fair
trial. It is guranteed every time, or
money refunded. Trial bottle free at R.
Lewis' drag store. 26
"Did you hear the news from Wash
ingtonT" Was asked of a South Dakota
statesman last evening.
"What news?"
"The news."
"Oh!" exclaimed the disgusted states
man, "you mean the tidings of great joy
—the glorious music of the trumpet of
liberty—the blast of the bugle of inde
pendence that shall go echoing down
the corridors of time, proclaiming to all
the nations of the earth that Dakota is
about to be admitted to the sisterhood of
states."
"Yes that's so."
"Then why iu thunder didn't you say
so."—Bismarck Tribune.
E. A. Armstrong, judge of probate, lias
power uuder land office rulings to take
final proofs. 17-tf
car
has
are
Mr. Laughlin has just received a
of line horses, amongst which he
some tine brood mares. The horss
at the Elliott stable.
Gabriel Duinoiit was the gest of
Charles Bottineau yesterday, where
everat of the French half-breed friends
of Mr. l)iiiuont8pent the evening.
Sir. Robert McFadden and family left
for Kansas, having bought a farm and he
intends going in stock raising. Although
we are sorry to part with him, We hope
he will belter himself where he goes.
Annual Town Meeting.
The citizens of the town of Pemhina,
in the County of Pembina and Territory
of Dakota, who are qualified to vole at
general elections, are hereby notified
that the annual town meeting for said
town will be held at the court house iu
said town, on Tuesday, the 5th day of
March, next, between the hours of nine
o'clock in the forenoon and live o'clock
in the afternoon of the same day, for the
following pupropses: To elect three su
pervisors, one of whom shall be desig
nated on the ballots as chairman, one
town clerk, one treasurer, one assessor,
one justice of the peace and one over
seer of highways for each road district iu
said'town, and to do any other business
proper to be done at said meeting when
convened.
Mr.
Given uuder my hand this 12th day of
February, A. D. 18S9. R. Aylen,
Town Clerk.
For Bale.
A Good house and lot on Rolette street.
Tins is a chance to buy a comfortable
bouse cheap. Apply to F. A. Wardweil
at thi8oflice. 30-if
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 Shout Bkos.
For sick headache, feuiale troubles,
neuralgic pains in the head take Dr. J.
H. McLean's Little Liver aud Kidney
Pillets, 25 cents a vial. Sold at Short
Bros. 40
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or 110 pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by R. L.
Lewis. 21*ly
For Sale.
The Southeast quarter of section 3G,
township 164, range 56, about two miles
from Ernest, (convenient to school and
church,) 104 acres broken, good house
and barn. For fuither particulars, ap
ply j. D. Gordon,
15-tf Ernest. Pembina Co., Dak.
Eczema, Itchy, Scaly, Skin Tortures.
The Pimple application of "Swavnc'K Oint
ment, without any interna! mcdicJne. will euro
any
cow
of Tetter. Salt Klienm. Mmjworm.
^I,ch' Pimple*. Eczema, all Kealr. itcliv
Skin Eruptions, no mutter how oh*iin«ne or ion
standing. It its potent, effective, ami 10*1* hut a
triue. ]«]y
For 8ale Cheap.
The house owned by John Askew,
situated at the north end of Slain street,
close by school, and just a suitable place
for a farmer to winter in Neche. Tiie
house is 22x24, two storeys high, with
stable on the premises. For full particu
lars inquire of Jos. LaPoktb. lOtf
Notice of Dissolution.
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership between F. W. Felson and
D. R. Beggs, partners as Felson & Beggs
was disolved on Nov. 21th, 188S, by mu
tual consent. All bills due said firm are
payable to F. W. Felson who assumes
the liabilities.
Signed W- t'KLsoN.
ID. li. Beuus.
The livery business will he continued
at the old stand by F. W. Felson. 2S-3I
Notice.
Fred Sargent's hardware store will now
be found next door to Webb's, where he
displays a full line of Hardware, Stoves,
Tinware, etc. at rock bottom prices. All
kind of tin and sheet-iron work prompt
ly attended to. All work warranted.
Fked Saroest.
Fllr.! I'lli-.l Itching I'ilt-a.
Symptom*—Moitfinre. intense* itc)rn« ami
(jtinKUJL'. inoft at ni^ht. worse bv 'uiij. if
a lowed to cotitimtu tumor* form, whith often
Weed and ulcerate, hefomini* verv Hore
Swayne'* Ointment hojis the itching un«l* b,••ec«l
ing. heal* ulceration, and in timet ca^ec remove*
the minora. At druirpets, or by muil
cent*. Dr. Swayne Si Son. l'hilalel|ili)a. lviy
Did you see that flax fibre ware nt
Strong's. It is the nicest tiling out fo."
water pails, slop jars or bed-room ware.
9tf.
Wien you are constipated, with loss of
appetite, headache take one of Dr. J. 11.
McLean's Little Liver and Kidney Pill
ets. They are pleasant to take and will
cure you. 25 cents a vial. Sold at Short
Bros.
Croupy suffocations, night coughs and
all the common affections of the throat
and lungs quickly releived by Dr. J. II.
SIcLean's Tar Wine Lung Balsam, sold
at Short Rros. 40
Old people suffer much from disorders
of the urinary organs, and are always
gratified at the wonderful effects of Dr.
McLean's Liver and Kiduey Balm in
banishing their troubles. $1 per bottle.
Sold at Short Bros. 40
If you spit up phlegm, and are trou
bled with a hacking cough, use Dr. J. II.
McLean's Tar Wine Lung Balsam. Sold
at Short Bros. 40
Frequently accidents occur iu the
household which cause burns, cuts,
sprains and bruises for use in such cases
Dr.J.H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini
ment has for many years been the con
stant favorite family remedv. Sold at
Short.Bros. 40
Merit Wins.
We desire to say to our citizens, that I
for years we have been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Dr.
King's New Life Pills, BucklSn's Arnica
Salve and Electric Bitters, and have
never handled remedies that sell as well
or that have given such universal satis
faction. We do not hesitate to guaran
tee thein every time, aud we stand ready
to refund the purchase price if satisfac
tory resuits do not follow their use.
These remedies have won their great
popularity purely on their merits. R. L.
Lewis, druggist. 21
Imperfect digestion and assiiniliation
produce disordered conditions of the
system which grow and are confirmed
by neglect. Dr.J. H. McLean's .Strength
ening Cordial and blood Purifier, by its
tonic properties, cures indigestion and
gives tone to the stomach. $1 per bot
tle. Sold at Short Bros, 40
Good Beport.
The following encouraging report
reaches us from Brother Treglawny.
We rejoice in his success, and iio|e for
its continuances:
Dear Brother Elder:—I have begun
a hunt for money for our beloved church
in Pembina, I cannot say what will be
the ultimate success, but I am trusting in
God for victory. Yesterday netted $20
my first appeal. If I can do as well
every Sabbath I will get some two or
three hundred dollars at the lowest.
Kindest regards to all.
Fraternally,
C. H. Tiieciai.awny
P. S.—To date, $25.61 raised.—District
Methodist.
CATARRH,
Catarrhal Daafnm and Nay Fawr.
ANEW nOME TREATMENT.
Sufferers are not generally aware that
these diseases are contagious, or that they
are due to the presence ot living parasites in
the lining membrane of the nose and eus
tachian tubes. Microscopic research, how
ever, has proved this to be a fact and the
result is that a simple remedy has been for
mulated whereby catarrh, catarrhal deafness
and hay fever are permanently cured in
from one to three simple applications made
at home by the patient mice in two weeks.
N. B.—For catarrhal discharges jieeiiliarto
females (white) this remedy is a specific.
A pamphlet explaining this new treatment
is sent on receipt of len cents by A. 11.
DIXON & SON, 804 West King St., Toronto,
Canada.—Sclcntlfic Amcricun.
Sufferers from catarrhal troubles should
read the above carefully.
To My Patrons.
I am
FULL
of goods!
SHAW
are you? Yes, I
cast my
WEBB
around trade and
beat all
PRICES.
Evaporated apples, lOcts per lb.
Dried peaches and Apricots, locts.
per lb. Assorted Preserves, very
choice, ill 5 pound pails and aliost
of goods in my line, all at reduced
prices for one month only, nt
Thompson's,
D.
Heating Stoves.
Tinware and
Sheet Iron
Work a
Specialty.
Cavileer Street, PESIB1NA.
E IN A
LnmberYard
PULLSUrrLY OF
Building Material,
^oors,
Windows.
Building Paper
Cay Agent for the latest improved
AGRICULTURAL MACIll"FRY. JBK
E. M. NIXON.
NEW FLOUR AND FEED STORE"
The undersigned desires to call
the attention ot the tanners and
people in general to the fact that
he is now prepared to supply all
witli Flour and Feed of all kinds.
WHEAT, OATS AND BARLEY
Taken in exchange, or for cash, at
the highest market price.
Store on corner St-utsnian and
Second streets, Pembina.
II. C. FELDMAN,
Proprietor.
J. G. Sonderman,
Merchant
Tailor,
A QREAT VAKIETYOFMMl'LKS IS
American,
English and
French Style*,
On hand to select from. A neat fit and
good worknianshi guaranteed
CLEANING AND MENDING DONE
WITH I'ROSIPTNESS.
Furniture and
Upholstery.
Mr. J. II. Preston wishes to an
nounce that he has opened a shop
near 0.1). Strong's hardware store
for the sale and repair of furniture.
Mr. Preston is a Hrst Class work
man, and any job entrusted to him
will be turned out as good as new.
For Sale.
My farm of 160 acres, two miles
from Pembina. Good hay mead
ow fifty acres under cultivation.
Aiso a span of fine farm horses, a
colt, well bred inure, two cows,
four calves and nine pigs. A lot
of farm machinery, sufficient to
run the farm.
Also my house and twelve lots in
the city of Pembina, well situated
for business or residence purposes.
Will sell cheap aud on easy terms.
CHAS. O'HARA,
Pembina, Dak.
IGHT
HAY
I Shun n|
P&ttorn" Kunns, mm
wtiicb boara onr remstenwl 1M«1accenthits
too blia«v The man
hire fr.thfully adhm •.
ficientiueandsucreflrfiit pattern of Kiufi-i'vi
vinedfur HAY or STRAW
in Mow,CUTTINC
WALL PAPEB.
oks, Stationery,
Notions &c
PrMciipt(Oi9
Carefully Compounded
Day or Night.
THE SULTAN.
A Sultan sit by Danube's tide
And sore distressed aloud lie cried
While like the w.itcrs to the sea
His tears ran down both fast and free
A passing stranger said: "Sly friend.
Why do those tears fast descend
ill. Imitations. ..-.I {..u'.uii.i'ii
Caw. am! time n'lmoftrtirlynf.ly,
"^starml laliel, r.nl otir lirra tr-mo -AvIJfS
ftamped in the bhK Tho in.-mufrirtnr.Ts nf this wt,». .^rTi
I(irful twl hiro fiithfully the mo.n.
fcientifio ana
sucregwfiit pattern of Kit ife rvartlp- our ,\i'» MmiKnro piumlif.-i! with tha
...„h .... .1... _«sstas»^ -^OSTIM.'ROVED HUCHINHRV
•in.1 con.-titut? ho f.nly plant In tho w«rl.|
Stack or Ilnlr. and it
GREAT POPULARITY
baa coTer waned.
Sole
a a a a a at at ad on a
The Machinery and Buildings are entirely new, and of the lat
est improved patterns.
General Merchant and Exchange bus
iness carried on.
Your patronage solicited. Liberal discount to the trade.
Liijjlish, French jiik! German spoken at the mill.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
GEO. PROCTOR,
MAN
VFACTUUEIi A
If
PAINTS,
BRUSHES,
•Wall
Paper, Etc.
rPff
lint in disgrace must move about,
lv scornful fingers pointed out."
"Not so," the noble stranger cried
"I have a piece and will divide
And from his coat-tail pocket drew
A rake and broke it fair in two.
Then rose in joy the Sultan gray,
Ar.d made that man a Turkish Bey,
Willi servants kind and Vi::icrs sage,
And liftv wives lo cheer Ins age.
1
"Alas he sobbed, "I've lost all hope
I've lost niy rake nf Ivnuv SHAP.
No more in pride thrnu^h tuwn I'll
ilh garments clean and while as snow
A WORD OK WARNING.
There are many white soaps, represented to be "just as good as the Ivory'
they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lacft the peculiar and remarkable qualities of
the genuine, Ask for "Ivory" So^ji and Insist upon gctanj it.
r.ij.yru'iit ly JV'.tt'-r iu!
altered
Tff/tle
.Var/.-.J
WotsM-lm imitntont TU
TO roi.f.uw
ci!l«tl "I.:chtr.'.nc
WE LEAD!
The
•election of
THE
Bg?QT
MATERIALS
... 1 ''rtniln «f Wi'tkniitnnhip art
matt -a 0. n?ttnt nt**ia»on: nni
_f»ur_'r» Mi«|Knro imppUvi! with tit*
,n
THE RAILROAD TO WALHALLA
IS NOT BUILT BUT
The Walhalla Roller Mill is.
th»
r.roductlon
Of HAY KfvtVfiS. fun Knifr isptwily th^rp^nM
ny f»nrhnR -u vrcrr of un orJiun.-j tirin-iMrns.
For aalo by ihe Hafdwara trade Generally.
THE HIRAM HOLT COItiPANY, East Wilton, Me.
JOHN F. MAGER.
Proprietor,
Lumber! Lumber!
The iindorcigni'il propni'tur of the Now Lumber Yard, opposite the
North Dakota Elevator, IViuhiiia, 011 tho west si
do of
the track, will give you by his
First Quality of Lumber at Low Prices, a full
Satisfaction in the Building Material.
J. O. CADOT. Pembit"
ND DEALER IN
SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS
Collars, Halters, Bridles, Saddles, Whips, Curry Combs,
Brushes, Blankets, Lap Robes, Buggy Cushions
and Washers, Harness and Machine Oil.
Every thing in tin
Harness and Saddle
rv line is made from
Repairing promptly attended to
I keep every thing
iu the line of my baa
iness.
IT HAS NO RIVAL.
THE
"Tie American No. 7
WILCOX & FLETT
NECHE, DAKOTA.
Cefflns, Caskets, Trimmings.
It is light running
It is simple.
It is durable. It is noiseleaa.
It is the best machine in the world to ba/
For sale by
SHORT BROS.

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