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Ji»r NATIONAL
IPBHB1NA, DAKOTA.
I.. E. BOuKBR,
IUD80N LaMOURE,
Q.W. RYAN,
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President
Vice President
Cashier.
Capital $50,000
Surplus $7,000
Truwt a general banking business. Boy
tod fell foreign exchange.
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
'ORRESPONDENCE:-Tbe National German
A is
.rican Bank, St. Paul. First National Bank,
Chicago. American Exchange National Bant,
Sew York and the Imperial Bank of Canada, at
Wluulpeg.
School, Township and C'onntv Bonds
Nought and Sold, Long time Mortgage
Loans Negotiated.
Heating Stoves.
Tinware and
Sheet Iron
Worka
Specialty.
Cuvileer Street, PEMBINA.
CITY DRAY LINE
Contracts for large lots taken
and goods delivered
011
sliort no
tice. Orders can be left at the
Pioneer Bakery.
Ice delivered to all parts of the
WILLIAM FOWLER, Prop.
Furniture and
Upholstery.
Mr. J. 11. Preston wishes to an
nounce that he lias opened a *hop
opposite Chapman House, Pembina
for the sale and renair of furniture.
Mr. Preston is a Hrst Class work
man, and any job entrusted to him
will be turnci out as good as new
for Roid Trip.
16
RAND
*y
WINTER
EXCURSIONS
From Pembina to Montreal and all
points west in Ontario, via
THE
Northern Pacific
RAILROAD.
I'lie only 'lining car line between Ua
kota by way of Minneapolis, St. I'nul
and Chicago. Kxmirsicm tickets will lie
sold Nov. lltli, IStli, -"itli, Dec. I'm!, Utli
ami daily Dev. IGtli to -Mril. and .latiun
r.v Utli to Stli, all inclusive. Limit of tick
"'tis. 'JO days, with stop-ovei privileges.
i'tod Koing and returning 13 days. Kin
11I limit of tickets extended 15 days for ¥0
and :0 days for $40.
for full particulars an lo time. rate*, address,
CIIAS. 8. tEE, F. J.CUNNINGHAM,
Oen.l'ass. Aitt.St. Panl. Agent.Pembina.
TIME SCHEDULE
NORTH, (li It AND FOHKS AN1 WINNIPEG)
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Witiuipeg
Morris
Pembina
.foiictte
llowepmont
I'ittrtburL'
Drayton
UruTton
Gruiid Porks
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Winnipeg Junction
9:40 pm
MRS. C. O'HARA,
DRESS MAKER,
Begftto thank hernuinerouBcustomerEol
tlie Four Corners tor their past pat
ronage, and to iuform them that
she is still prepared to do
everything in tlie line of
Dressmaking,Mantlemaking,Ac
Trimmingi, Patterns.
&c., always on hand.
Ladies are invited to call any time.
Pembina. Dakota.
E. A. Armstrong, judge of probate, has
power under land ollice rulings to take
«inal proofs. 17-tf
See UU. Andrews.
I" or Ileal Estate and Chattel Loans
l'"oi' sill kinds of Insurance.
For Collections.
For Conveyancing.
For Having and Selling Farms.
For School Furniture, Apparatus
and District Supplies.
See UU. Andrews.
C. W. ANDREWS,
Notary Public.
WALitALLA. .NORTH DAKOTA.
MARSHALL COUNTY
NURSERIES.
Northern grown Fruit and For
est Trees, Shrubbery, Evergreens,
and ornamental goods. Tree seeds
and timber claim stock a specialty.
Try the
UAUDY RUSSIAN WILLOW,
tor wind breaks on prairie lands.
Address, .Marshall County Nurser
ies, Ingalls, Minn.
JT. G. flimftfH'iiiH i».
Merchant
Tailor,
A KEA AK1E1YOFSAMPLKSIK
Amerioan,
Ennliih and
French Strlen,
•in Jjsiud to eelectfrom. A neat fit and
good workmanship guaranteed
CLEANING AND MENDING DONE
WITH PROMPTNESS.
te?4MKLEGG3
It beat* them all. No
book like it. Everybody
wants it, 200illustrations.
Humorous, Pathetic.Fas
cinating, Hundred! of
dollar* to bustlers. Old
and ypung buy also
thousands of G. A. R.
and Sons of Veterans.
agent has ordered
ever 700 book". Aaoth/e
made*83 in 4 days, an
other took borders in .30
nun. ml G. A. R. Post.
Choose territory at once.
*14
i-v
attractive illustrations
4%4$ian«(t[gx|irei$
ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.
OFFICIAL
PAPKlt OF
THE CITY.
P. A. \VAR»»WJILII. ({.THOMPSON.
WAKUWELL & THOMPSON.
TERMS, ts.00 PER YEAR
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21), ISS'.t.
POTATO STARCH FACTORY.
Starch factories are so thickly
settled throughout Aroostook,
Maine, and the industry has be
come so thoroughly a matter of our
'everyday life, that we seldom think
of it as a matter of interest, except
in a general way, and pass the
cheap, unpainted buildings, with
a glance perhaps, but hardly
thought, but half an hour of close
observation may well be spent in
one, and if we keep our eyes open
may atford much interest and some
instruction.
Potato starch, tho'igh made up
of much coarser grains and conse
quently of much less value than
other kinds, is more easily separat
ed than any other, the potatoes be
ing over
JtO
per cent, starch and
water. The machinery for separ
ating it is all simple, taking ad
vantage of the fact that it is iiist
luble in cold water and
heavier.
mua'
Let us go to the steep platform
that leads to the front door and we
find ourselves on the scales where
the loads are weighed and record
ed as they coine in, and in a room
sonic forty or fifty feet square,
with several traps in the floor
where the potatoes are dumped in
to the bins below. If we come in
the busy season, we often find
them ten feet or more deep the
whole size of the buildiug. We
pass through here and down a flight
of stairs to the grater room. Here
we find a man shoveling the tubers
into the washer, which is shaped
like a long bath-tub with a round
bottom and has at the top, a shaft
running length wise, and revolving
slowly.
The shaft has anus projecting
from it which reach nearly to the
bottom and sides of the tubs, and
these us it revolves, stir the pota
toes in the water which is con
stantly running through the tub,
and at the same time gradually
force them around towards the
other end, where a large, flat arm,
at every revolution, throws some
of them, now thoroughly clean,
over the side into a kind of hop
per. Here they fall against a grater
which is precisely like the round
potato grater we have all seen, ex
cept that it is as large as a barrel
and about four feet long. This is
revolving rapidly, and the pota
toes melt away before it as fast as
man can shovel them in at the
other end of the washer,
Here we lose sight of them, but
passing around the machine we find
the pulp has dropped from the
grater
011
the upper end of large
wire screen or sieve, some six or
seven feet long and made of brass
wire cloth as fine as that used in
milk strainers. This screen is not
level, but the end where the pulp
first falls is a little higher than the
other and is kept shaking endwise
so that the pulp gradually works
down and off at the lower end, but
as it passes along it is washed by
hundreds of fine streams of water
falling on it from above, and this
water washes out the starch and
carries it through the screen where
it falls on a tight floor and runs
down into the spout which we see
coining from under the lower end
of the machine.
The pulp drops from the lower
end of the screen and is thrown
away, as it is here considered
worthless, though in Germany and
the older countries it is used for
pig feed and as a fertilizer. Hav
ing gotten so far, we come to the
open spout which carries away the
starch mixed with a good deal of
water. This spout branches a lit
tle way from the inacliinc and
leads to the settling vats, four or
five in number, and each one as
large as a good si/.e dining room.
Here, the starch being much heavi
er than the water, settles and forms
a deposit some six or eight inches
deep and is hard enough for a man
to walk on, though it is easily
broken up with shovels.
The starch here is quite impure
and in settling has taken with it
some dirt and some of the coloring
mutter of the potatoes which must
be washed out. To do this it is
shoveled into the stirrers, smaller
vats with upright shafts having a
cross piece at the bottom, which
being constantly turned by power
thoroughly mixes it with clean
water, alter which it is allowed to
settle.
As we come along tlie water has
been drawn otl troiu the stirring
\ats and men are hoisting the
starch, which is now perfectly
white, and looks as it is shoveled
up, like densely packcd snow, in
baskets to the floor above, where
it is loaded
011
Kff
"^4S^|fk|» T)M
free wall circular, and terms. Write
Publishers,
barrows or trucks
and wheeled over a long bridge to
the dry house.
Following the trucks, we enter
the dry house
011
the upper fioor,
which all except a few feet around
the side, is made of slats ail inch
or more apart over which the
starch is spread.
Through this immense register
pours the heated air from four reg
isters which are kept roaring hot
all the time. The starch as it
dries here, crumbles up and drops
through the ^vacks to another
rack or register below and from
that to another, some three or four
in number till it reaches a tight
platform about three feet from the
floor.
Below, the racks and furnaces
are walled in from floor to ceiling
leaving a passageway or corridor
six or eight inches wide around the
building. At the ends the furnac
es are fired, and along each side is
a trough extending the whole
length, into which the starch is
drawn when dry. with long sera
pers. From these it is shoveled
into casks, weighed, marked and
ready to be shipped.—W. G., in
Presque fsle Star.
A BAD CASE.
There is a little thin man over
in Hamilton who publishes a big
fat newspaper in that burg, snp
posed to be democratic in its ten
dencies, who is very desirous to
have people know that he opposed
the poor farm project, and iu or
der that he may have the notoriety
he seeks, we will gather up his rea
sons as repeated in two editions of
his paper, and give him the benefit.
1st, The amount to be voted on
was inadequate.
2nd, It was to be a Pembina
steal.
3rd, I'enibina lias too much now.
4th, I'enibina people buy tax
titles and get thirty per cent, in
•st.
titd,
The commissioners are boo-
dlers.
6th, A candidate for the treas
urership 111 1886, said he had clean
hands and was beaten by 1,200
(1,700) majority.
7th, We are passing through a
wonderful crisis 111 this county.
8th, The republican organs sang
like "kiotes"' for the scheme.
Otli, They pretended not to care
whether it carried or not.
10th, The people voted it down
because the organs did not cry
loud enough.
11th, liecanse this institution
wasn't liM'iited anywhere ill the
call, it was located at Pembina,
12th, One of the editors of the
organs has the "big head."
13th,—But we spare our readers,
when they get through digesting
these great big chunks of logic, we
will give them as much more as
they ask for—as there seems to be
an inexhaustible supply.
We commend this unfortunate
edit or's case to the nearest doctor's
care. He will probably diagnose it
as a harmless, but discussing case
of Peiiibiuaphobia and will always
find it. worse when there is a north
east wind blowing at the time of
the full moon.
TOE VERDICT.
The jury in the Cronin case
brought in the verdict
011
Monday
aiternoon. Coughlin, Uurk and
O'Sullivan guilty of murder, and
sentence fixed by the jury to im
prisonment for life .,K|U)ze guilty
of manslaughter anil -given three
years and Beggs, not guilty.
The verdict seems to give pretty
tail* satisfaction to the general pub
lic, except that the punishment
should have been execution instead
of iniDrisonnient. The evidence
though purely circumstantial was
very conclusive, still, as circum
stntial evidence always leaves room
for doubt and the judge's charge
while verv lair, yet gave especial
emphasis
011
the probabilities of
doubt, the effect has been a sort of
compromise verdict.
The moral effect
011
such society
as the Clan-na-Gael will doubtless
be bencficial. While we sympath
tliies with Ireland, it is not an
archy, mob law or rebellion, that
we believe will remedy, her wrongs
much less the robbti'y of the poor
and patriotic sous and daughters ot
the green Isle, for the personal ag
grandizement of designing leaders
and the verdict of the jury is, prac
tically, that Dr. Cronin was mur
dered because he sought to expose
the villianies of such leaders.
''Our Jud" has created a big sen
sation in Bismarck by roasting Ex
governor Ord way in a speech in the
senate. The prime cause was that
Ord way sent some copies of his
1881 message to legislators in which
Mr. LaMoure was mentioned un
favorably A correspondent of the
Argus, in speaking of the speech,
insinuates, that somebody wrote it
for Jud, but Jud has all the talent,
language and sarcasm necessary to
make that kind of a speech, when
he is angry, and we know that he
has but few superiors in that liue,
for we liaye heard him do it right
at home.
Some papers are making the
statement that Fargo has offered
Sullivan and Jackson $40,000 to
have their fight come off there.
Don't you believe it Fargo has
better talent right at home—daily,
at five cents per copy.
Christmas and New Year Excursion..
l-'or the Holiday season. Excursion
rates will be in effect 011 tlie St Paul,
Minneapolis and Mauitoba Railway to
and from all points 011 its Hue.
Tickets will be sold on the following
dates —December 24th, 25th and !il*t,
188'J and January 1st, 1890, at one and
ouc third fare for the round trip, except
points in Dakota and Montana, where
the rate will be one and one fifth fare for
tlie round tri|. Tickets will be good lor
return passage up to and include Janua
ry :ird, 18'J0.
Apply for futlier information to agent
of tlie St. P. M. & M. Ry., or write F. J.
Whitney ,11. p. and T. A. St. Paul. Miuu.
Holiday Excursions.
The -Northern Pacific publish rates of
one and one-fifth fare to all jioiiitsiii Da
kota aud Montana and to points in Min
nesota at one and one-third fare for the
round trip. Tickets on sale Dec. 24th.
25th and 31st, and January 1st, 1880.
Good to return until January 3rd. 1800.
Consumption Cured.
An old physician, retired from prac
tice, having had placed in hi* hauls by
an East India missionary the formula of
simple vegetable remedy foi the
speedy and permanent care ofoonaump
tion, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma and all
throat and lung affections, also a posi
tive and radical cure for nervous debili
ty and nervous complaint, after having
tested its wonderful curative power in
thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to
make it known to his suffering fellows.
Actuated by this motive and desire to
relieve human auffering, I will send
free of charge, to all who desire it, this
receipt, in German. French and English,
with full directions for preparing and
using. Sent by mail by addressing with
stamp, naming this paper.
24-eow \V. A. Novas,
148, Power's bl'k., Rochester, N. Y.
Real Estate Transfers.
The following is a list of real e«tate
transfers for the week ending Dec. 20th
18Sl», furnished by Mr. O. M. O'Reilly, ot
the register of deeds office, Pembina:
llosmer to W Home, nel, 21
100-51, f800.
A A Anderson to Childerhose, url,
14-159 53, f2,730.
McDonald to Agnes Walson, sw}
ofse|-18and wj of nej and se} of nr|,
19-102-53, $3,500,
Wm and Elizabeth Nichols to Henry
Lynn, Be J, 11-159-54, $2,000.
Muir to Muir, tie) of ne|, 24-161
51.
Lallelle to Harmon, net, 3-162
54, $1,870.
Tl orliett to A Corbett, ei of nw|
and e} »»•}, 1-103-53, $1,500.
Ritchie and wife to Thomas and
11 Frazer, w} of se}, 34-159-54, $725.
Carrie and Cliaa Severtson to Edward
Thompson, lota 1, S, 3, and 1, sec 9-150
52. $500.
Suinpter and wife to Gavin, sw}
of Hwt-8, ge| of 8e|-7, n«{ of nej-18, and
nwj of nwt, 17-161-56, $1,5(10.
W Campbell toW Fillett, swj, 3-163
52, $800.
Ilall and wife to tlie Uank of Hamil
ton, 11} of sej and 11} of swl, 33 159-56,
$182.
Sarah R. Hartsou aud husband to
Clemcuts, sw} 28-162 51, $2,000,
Xattie A Lutes to Salem Lutes, nej, 31
-HiO-54, $2,500.
Wm Laney and wife toE Breunan, nt
of sw |, 7-102-52, $500.
Nelson Hurley and wife to John
Huffman, nel, 34-164 56. $2,300
John Knill and wife to Juiues Green
wood, liw}, :i5-lti0-55, $1,900.
Ilamies Siiobjoriison to Yigfus Snod
jornson, se of ne}, and no ofgeJ31-l«0-5G,
$600.
Benjamin 1* Nelson to Johanna Nelson,
se) 20-159-54, $2,000.
Matthew Asseltine to Bertha A
Asseltine, nw|, 27-162-51, $500.
Jacob Empy and wife to William
Burns, sej, 7-161-52, $900.
E Clifford to Harmon, net, 3-162'
54, $50.
David Uoople and wife to Moore,
sw'l sec 30. and 11} of nwj 31-159-54,
$3,000.
E Storms and wife to lv A Taylor,
Lots 3,4,8 and 5, blk 6, St. Thomas,
$2,000.
Armstrong to S Witnev & Jas
Derby, lots 8 and 9, blk 28, Bathgate,
$5,000.
Alexander Defo to Louisa Defo, the
nwl and si of naj and sel of net, 80-ltK
52, $1,500.
William Stewart to William Ann
strong, ne}, 0-161-56, $900.
Jas Derbin Jr and wife to James Drr
bin Sr. nej of net and s} of nel, 23-120-51
$1,000.
Robt II Pattison and wife to Robert,
Pattison 14-159-54, $1,500.
Jas Devlin Sr and wife to Jas Devlin
Jr, sej, 15-150-51, $1,000.
Peter W Wildt and wife toO E Sauter,
sj of sec, 22-159-53, (3,150.
OE Sauter and wife to Thomas
Thompson sj, 22-159-53, $5,000.
David Hoople aud wife to St &
Ry, right of way across sw), 31-159-54
$100.
Elmer E Fisher and wife to W
Bretts, lots 13 and 14, blk 35, also lot 22,
blk 39, Hamilton. $500.
E W Comny and wife to Sarah Hall
son, swj, 28-164-52 $1.
Angus McDonald to John McDonald,
net, 35-159-55. $3,000.
George W Sumter and wife to A
Brandvold, gj of net rod nw) of ne} and
set of nwl. 20-161-50, $2,000.
•100 Reward $100.
The readers of the
Address, F. J.
Pile.! Pile.! IteklnK Pile*.
Symptom.—Mol.tnte, IntcnM Itching and
.tinging. niot .1 night, worm by KratchniK. II
.Unwed to continue tumor, form, wbicb ofter
ble«l and ulcerate. Incoming very .ore
Sua vn» Ointment .top. the itcbfnc andf bland
ing, heal, ulceration,«nd in mo.t
Clubbing Rates.
The foU&wing is our revised
cash clubbing rates for the rear
1890. 1
In order to reach a large num
ber of snbteribers in arrear we have
placed the figures so low that they
can only b* reached thiough club
bing, and in order to treat all
alike, new subscribers will enjoy
the same privilege.
The PIOKBER EXPRESS and the
North-Western Farmer one year
for *2.00.
The PIONRER EXPRESS and St.
Paul Pioneer Press one year for
•8.60.
The PIOKKKB EXPRESS, North
western Farmer and the Pioneer
Press one year 12.75.
The PIONBKB EXPRESSandScrib
ners Magazine ono year for |4.00.
The PIONEER EXPRESS and the
North Dakota Farmer one yearfoi
12.00.
PIONEER EXPRESS and Dakota
Ruralist, (weekly,) and Webster's
bandy dictionary containing over
25.000 words, (or instead of the
dictionary, the American Swine
herd,) one year for $2.75.
PIONEKB EXPRESS and House
keeper one year for 2.$5.
TUB PIOKBKB
KK !Lof
PIOKKKB
CUM
Exrasss and American
Agriculturist (in English or German) one
year for $2.75.
Subscribers sending iu money
for clubbing will be sure to state
which papers are wanted.
Mortgage Sale.
r\EFAL'LT ba been made In tbe enndiliont
Uot
a certain uortpwe executed and deliver
ed by William Cameron,
aincle mau, moringur to
J. I. Tnubolme, mor.Ragee, dated iheistndayor
May, A. D-1889, and recorded a. a mortpgv in
tbe MBoe of tbe rrglater of deed, of Pembina
eounfy, Slal. of Noitfa Dakota, ou the g].i d.y of
"*7, A. D. MM, at o'clock p. m. ir. book IU of
rtnc?. on
P«(e188S,on
which there is claim-
ion. due at toe dale of this notice the siiu
three handled twenty dollar, and liny «ut»
and.no action or proceeding ha. te-n
timwaal law or in equ,
ty to lecoier the debt
ttiCQied by Mid mortgage or any part tbetwjt.
by the naaon of Mich u.faull and the non-in.l. tu
Unu of action,
UM
power tell the pmperty de­
scribed In nid mortgage ha* become and i. oper
alive, and Under the power olaale in nld mort
gage contained, «be Mid mortgagee elect, to de
clare and claim, thai the whole aum mciired by
raid mortgage and now unpaid I. due and paya
ble.
The said mortgage wa» dnely amigneit by au
iu.trumeni thereof, duly executed by tbe raid
J. p. Trenlioliae, mortgagee, to Minnie Tren
holme, dated the !4th day ol December,
1«||, and
recorded In ilieoBice of the reglnter of deed., ou
the lfiih day of' Uecemlwr, at 4:110 o'clock
m. in b«ok44 of mortgage..
Notice I. hereby siren, tuat by virtue of the
iwer ol tale contained sa*d mortgage, and of
if ataiuteiu such caaemadeand provided, tlie
..id mortgage Will be rortllowtU by a win ol the
premiK. dimcribed in aud covered by said mort
gage, which sale will bu made at the iront door
ol the coutt liouee in ibe ty of Pembina, in the
countyof Pembina aud State of North llakuta, ut
public aut-Uon bythe sheriff of .aid county or
Hi* deputv. duly appointed, on Saturday, the Int
day or February, le».i, at 3 o'clock p. in. to Kuiisfs
the amount winch .liall Uiau be due on nld
mortgage, wlUi the interest Uiereon, and coils
and expenses or sale, and liny dullar. attorney's
tee. as .tipulated in and by .aid mortgage in
uaei] of foreclosure.
The premises dewribed in eaiil mortgage and
nolo be .old are Uie lot, piece or parcel .f land
•dtuetedintheeounty of Pembina and state ot
North Dakota, knowit. aud^il.ejcrjlKd iw ful.owa
'o-wlt: The Kuth-west qunrter (s« of .tctimi
twenty-six. iM) and the nouth-eaei quai ter (scj
section twenty-Heveu, («l all in township ..tie
hundred aud aixty-one. (Ifll)norlh or range IMv
three, (M) west of the 6th P. M. containing thr.
hundred and twenty acre, of land according t.i
the l.
8. government survey iher»f,
"«'!igete, N. D. Dec. 18th. 1889,
J. D.
JaE.Mfoi.MC,
MINNIETKSNHOLHK,
Attorney for mortgagee. Mortgagee.
•N-3S Bathgate, N.
D.
Sheriff's Sale.
TEHHITIIKT
or
DAKOTA, I
County of Pembina,
...Pv
1
'Dlc.k administrator of the estate of
deceased, plaintiff, vs. Danici Mar.
tel. pjiie Mariel and McCormlck Harvesting
Machine Company, defendant*.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue ofan exe
cution to me directed and delivered, and now In
mv pands. Issued out ofihe clerk's office, of the
Siiii judicial dlttrlci court. Dakota Territory, in
aud for til. county of Pembina, upon a judgment
and decree in foreclosure, rendered in mid nn.t
ill favor of David I) ck a« administrator of the
n' i®, M4!' 'V'e deceased, and again.
Daniel Martel. Olive Manel and McCormlck Har
vesting MachineCompany,and dnckeied in the
office of the clerk of nlil rourt. In and for mi id
county, on the Msl day of Oetober, 1H89. for the
sum of Kven hundred aud nineteen dollar, ami
seventy cen!».($71». with Interest from 0.to
her. i-Hth,
imo
and costs of sale, aid by virtue
MHIIof
I
uS?re,l?,*ndtwenty-eight,ito]
Exi-aass
will be pleased to learn that there is
at least one dreaded disease that science
has been able to cure in all its stages,
and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
iB the only positive cure now known to
medical fraternity, Catarrh being a con
stitutional disease, requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surface ot the system, there
by destroying the foundation ot the dis
ease, and giving the patieut strength by
building up the constitution and assist
ing nature in doing its work. The pro
prietors have so much fuith in its cura
tive powers, that they offer One Hundred
Dollars for any case that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials.
hlH-
CHENEY
& Co., Toledo,
O. Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Representative Watt of Pembina coun
ty is as genteel and proper a member as
occupies a seat in the legislature, but
this is not sufficient proof of the state
ment that he is a lineal decendaut of
Isaac Watts, the immortal hyinn writer.
However this may be, the preposessing
representative from Pembina has won
many friends in tlie house, and with his
persuasive silence keeps in the front
of tlie procession. Helissa good run
in" mate in the young and frolicsome
Richardson, the gay ex-member of the
constitutional convention.—Bismarck
Tribune.
remove,
the tumor.. At druc|!l.t, oT by mail, forK
cent.. I»r. Swayne Son Pelade!
V. Qiiackenbusli, ofNeclie, has bar
rels of money to lend on security at rea
sonable terms. Call on him before you
make arrangements with others, lltf
Save one Night
By purchasing your tickets over The
Burlington from St. Paul to Chicago
wheu going east. The fair will be very
low on certain dates, end The Burling
ton (C. B. & N. R. R.) is a day line from
St. Paul, saving you one night's ride and
avoiding detention on the way.
Eatray.
A large bay mare, with one white foot
aged, came to my place about Nov. 20th.
Owner please call and prove property,
pay charges and take the same away.
19-21 E,
CHASE.
»l*«y-Utree, range lll.y-two
[52] lt Pembina county and state ol North Dakota
containing one hundred and sixty acres accord
ingtolhe c. s. government surv-y
W.J
KK.J..UW,
WM.Jthereof.
AMES,
Plajntirs Attorney Sheriff of Pembina Co.
Dated Pembina, Nov. 6Ut, 18SK. 16-go
aiHl|«|. Sale.
\1SFAULT ha. been made in the conditions of
Lfa certain mongage exocuted and delivered
by W illian Laney and Anuie Laney, In. wile,
mortgagor., to Elica Jane Neilmn, inortKairee.
dated the l'JIli day of November, 1887,
aud record
ed as a mortgage in the offlce of the register of
deeds, of the county of Pembina, in tbe Slate ol
w.talk A*. .1... iv.L a
due at the dato of thin notice the sum of three
hundred and eleven dollars. ($*u and in action
P®* 5®?? inmitated at law or iu equity to recover
the debt wcared by imid mortgage or iiuy purt
By reawm of Hitch default and the non-
Institution of action, the power to sell the nro
perty described in ttaid mortgage litis become
and Is operative, and uuder the power of sule tr
said mortgage contained, the said mortgagee
electetp declare and c!aim| that the whole
and paya&e
North Dakota.
said county
bin., ini said comity and State of North Dakota.
J! "j10 sherifl of said countv
or by hi. deputy, on Saturday, the glith day of
IsmiBiy.
A.
u. 1890. at 2o'clock in tlie afternoon
to satisfy the amount which shall then lie due
wi,h
'merest thereon, taxes
and costs id expenses of tnlc.and flfty lioilari
case of foredosure_a
,m (I
««id mortgage in
The preintBcs described iu said mortguue and
tbe pieco or partel of laud mt
uated in the countv of 1'embina aud Stnu ot
North Dakota, and known and described as fol
lows, to-wit: Lot number thirty, (:]0 iu block
ifl ,bo
gi Pen point..
For
'or Instance
the St. Paul.
Minneapolis &
Manitoba Rail
way ha. over
MM miles of
road msgnifl.
cently equipped
and managed,
it is one of the
greatest railway sys
tems of this country
tor thesame reasons it
istne traveler's tav.r
ite to all point, in Mlnne
aota. North and Soiith
n.kota and Montana.
It is the only line to Great
Falls. Ihc future manufact
uring center of the northwest
'he ftrtite free lands
of the Milk
Itiver Valley and offers a choice uf
three notes to the Coast. SUI it
Is the shortest line between St. Paul.
Minneapolis. Fargo, Winnipeg. Crooks
lou,Moorhead, CSsselton, Ulyndon,
Uraft n, Fergus Falls, Wahnetou. Devila
Lake, and Butte City. It is tbe best
route to Alaska, Cbltia and Japan aud the
journey to the Paciflc C-oast, Vancouver, Ta-
Seattle, Portland and Sanlmic sco
will be remembered as the delight ol a
life-Umc one. made through the won
derful scenere of tbe Manitoba
I'acittc Home. To u«h and hunt
to view .the magnificence of
nature to revive tbe spirit res
tore the body to realise the
dream of the home-seaker, the
gold-m alter, the loUer or the
capitalist, visit tbe country
rsachad by the St. Paul,
.lis Maul
way. Write
tn F.I.
WHITNEY,U.
P.&T.A..SI Paul
Minn., for maps,
books and guides.
Ifyonwantafree
farm in a love
ly land, write
tor the-Oreat
Reservation"
read It aud
resolve to
accept
li
oi-
Joliette Station.
Etna., Itchy, Scaly. Skin Iwtinm.
The nitnple application of "8wayne** Ointment
withnnt any interna! medicine will cure any caae
of Titter
.Salt ftlteum, Ringworm, l*j)ee, Itcb.
Pimples Kczema. all Scaly, Itchy Skin Eruption*,
no matter how obstinate or long standing. Ills
potent, effective, and contn but a trifle'
Music letsoua twice a week in Pembina.
Address, Miss
SVMS,
Emerson. 17tf
Hand
of
Fortune!
Canadians,
visit the old home this winter, aud when
yon buy your ticket, be sure they read
over The Jiurlington from St. Paul to
Ch train.
Legal_Blanks
.f^.te-{oJ!oPiosaaa
*»"Kbtal,lL,w,Ub0 found it
stock a* the Exnam office, and
will be sent to any address at the follow-
JU8TICE COURT.
4S2#*|J i°r
DISTRICT COURT.
Affidavit for publication of summons tiT fore*
closure—resideuee unkuowo
Affidavit for publication of summous in fore*
closure—resldeuce known
Affidavit and tic^ In claim and delivery
Affidavit of merits by party aud by attorn
Affidavit for attachment
Affidavit and notice in replevin
Affidavit aud order for publication of aum*
Assignment ot judgment. ."7
Coiiiplaiuton promissory note
Complaint on jiromi»sory note by indorsee-...
Complaint in foreclosure
Commission ot Judgment.
Execution fur delivery of real property
Exccutiou for money
Execution on transcript from justice court
Execution
In
replevin
Deed of Executor aud Administrator,' piiiiiio
Sale
Final decree .......'.'*...'., 7
Guardinu's bonds
luventory of Personal Property Allotted to
Family
Inventory aud Approvement '.'.V.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.!'.'.
luventory and appraisement. (Uuardiau.)
Letters ofguardiaushlp of lusane person or
npeudthrilt
Letters of admiuintration
letters of guardianship
Letters of tertameutarv
Letters of administration with will annexed
Notice to cr dltors
Notice of application for letters of ^ministra
tion
Notice of Taxation of Costs
Order (imitiug time for creditors to present
claims
Or«brapiM)iuting appraisers
Order of license to ^eil personal proper.y
Order of license to sell r« al estate....!!?...*
Order for setting apart homestead for use of
family
Order confirming sale of rt ai estate at private
sab*.,....M
Order admitting foreign will to probate...!..!.. 86
Order allowing liialaccount
Order allowing guardian's account «5
Order allowing se|tarute inventory 35
Order appointing administrator *6
Order appointing guardiaus *5
Order approving bond and to i*»ue letter 86
Order confirming *ale of real estate 95
retltion of minor forappolntuient of
guardian
(over 14 years.) 35
Petition forallowauce of executor's and ad
miuistrator's accounts #5
!!t'!l!!on !?r "ppointment of guardian 35
I etitlon for •lecree-settlng apart homestiad 3»
I et jtion for extension of time to settle **state 86
PetHon
fyr
Dakota, in one parcel, the
premises and real estate described iu the Jitdg
meat and decree, to-wit: tlie south half of tlie
""Vi.1,*.* luortfr- 1
*ec. twenty-one, fan
and the north half of tbe northwest quarter rnit
nw^ aecbon psj iu township
l.-tters ofadmlulstratloa 36
'Kf0,1 f'r
lcel,Me
personal prot«rty 86
J]hiou t« sell real estate........... 35
Petition of executor premsutlug will for pro*
bate «t
Petition to Mmit foreign will to probate"'.'..!!'. 85
Proof of will
.Separate inventory .....V.'....".. S
SheriiTs' Certificate of Mortgage Sale.....*.'!!!!!!'" 86
TOWNSHIP BLANKS.
Annual Township Meeting
Justice i|iiarterly jjort !.!!!!!!!
Notice of tneeting of Township Muitervlsors
Notice 10 district clerk of election of justice
Notice of election or apiiointmeut
Notice to district clerk of election of constable
Uood Petitions
Keleoheol Damage '.!*.
Su^^s Account of Aimuai 'TowuMiii»
Township tiudp....,....^
Verified account !!!.'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!'"
of
a writ to me issued nut of the office of the clerk of
said court, in and fnr said connty of Pembina
and state of North Dakota, I. the Sheriff of mid
Pembina county. wiU seU at public auc
!SU.£A' Wdd.r for cash, on Saturday,
the Mth day at Dtcember, 188a, at two o'clock p.
m. of said day. at the fn ut door of the cur
bouM, in the clty Pembina, county ofPrmblua
and state of
SHERIFF'S BLANKS!
Sheriffs' returns
SherifTs certificate of redemption
^herffTH certificate on forechisure by adver*.
tiseiuent
Sherjfl's Deed—foreeioHure by acti/»n!.,!V.V.'.'.'.'.7
Sherllrs ilted on retlemption by creditor for
mortgage sale by action qa
SheriftV deed on a demption by creditor from
execution nate
Sheriff's deed executiou sale. !'".!!!!!!!!!"'!!!!'
deed-foreclosure by advertisement'
SlierinV returns
Sheriff's sale .7.7.7.7.7
Sheriffs or referee's rejiort of saie'in folios
ure
Shaft's or refereeV notice of sale iu fo wlos!
011
execution,.!
blierifrs affidavit of mortgage sale
Slter Ws or refere* 's certificate of Kale
blierilrs affidavit of mortgage sale
Sheriffs certificate of redemption by debtor
foreclosure by action
REAL ESTATE.
Assignment of chattel mortgage
Affidavit to extend lien of chattel mortgage
Bond for deed
Long form chattel mortgage .7!!!.7
Mortgage deed
Mortgage note,(coupou.)
Notice of chattel mortgage sale
Notice of real etdate mortgage sait
mm
mor,*aBe anl
now unpaid is due
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that bj
virtue of the power of sale contained in said
mortgage, and pursuant to the statute in nuch
case made and provided, the said mortgage wlj.
beforeclosed by assleof the mortgaged premise*
be made at Hi.
front door of the couit house in th« city of I»em-
v*7
MB. bos
a
as
«tUchmcot
AJW**H for claim and deUverv
Criminal Complaint
Commitment
primlnal Warrant
Criminal Subpiena
Complaint for good, sold I"
Notice of appeal from Justice court
IJi-tice for taking dennaltlou
Sa"u^iri'm""f
Aft
tt
O
40
as
st
86
86
85
86
as
as
86
th'' ,u"Uce
0,,h,
gummons—geiiewTfrtrm""!!l!!!.V!!!!!",r"'"4'MM
Summntis f«.r money
Transcript and turu «.n appeal .VZ.V.V.'.'.'.VZ
Ti-aniK!ript f«r change of venue
Tranmsrlpt for Judgment
Undertaking for attachment .V.
Venue
86
86
as
furor's certificate.
Notice of issue
Notice of appearance.
Notice to take deposition
Notice to juror*—for service
Notice of lis pendens
Naturalisation papers—secoud papers and
proof ZZ,,
Summons—relief—complaiut tiled
Summons—money demand, complaint Hied
Summons—money demand, complaint served 86
Satisfaction of judgment as
Uudertakingforattachment 86
Undertaking on discharging attachment 86
Undertaking In replevin 95
Undertaking by defeudantlu replevin 86
Warrant of attachment. as
PROBATE COURT.
Account of Administrator
Account of Guardian and Petition for Settle
ment
Affidavit of Pofting Notice
Appraisal, before sale of lauds at private sale
Certificate ot Judge to Transcript
Certificate of Probate of copy of Foreign Will 85
Certificate of Probate of Will. S
Citation
Complaint for Goods Sold
Deed of Executor under Power of Will
Detdof Executor and Administrator, Private
!..'"
Quit-claim deed ,T
•^atistactinn of Mortage (chattel!)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!'"
jatisfaction of Slortgage. (real estate)
Short form chattel mortgage
Warranty deed
Tenement Lease
I-ease
LAND OFFICE BLANKS.
Homest-ud No. 1
Homestead affidavit
lloiuest ad proof.
Notice for publcction
Pre-emption—No. 2
Pre-emption proof...
Kefidence affidavit ....!...!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"!!
MISCELLANEOUS.
Affidavit and Order for Publication of Sum
inons
Animiil Liens
Bill of Sale
md
Declaration of lute ttion and Cl'erk's Certili
Executiou
vn
original town oi
Bathgate, according to the recorded plat 01
15 rfJXS'V'l,n \v
,he
°®ce of the reginter
of deeds in and for said county and state.
188®1 Bathgate, N. D. this 4th duy of Dec.
B- Ti«Mtoi.*E, ELIKAJASR XKILHOX,
Attorney for Moituagee. Moitgugee.
Bathgate, North Dakota. i!l-27
A
I HowGaatlie Long
be tbe Short
line
be a
long one
andyetbe
tbe short
est between
Replevin" .' ..
I. quor Bond
MecltanluV L'eu
Marriage Cert licatf!
Official Bund and Oath
Power of Attorney
SubpiensM
Teacher's Contract
Under'ak-ng ou Discharging Attachment
erificat:on by Attorney
Warrants of Arrest. lndictabl*ffeme ....7.
The undersigned desires to call
the attention ot the tarmers 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 BARLEY
Taken in exchange, or for cash, at
the highest market price.
Store on corner Stutsman and
Second streets Pembina.
n. C. FELDMAN,
Proprietor.
PEMBINA
Lumber Yard
FULL SUPPLY OF
Bulletins* Material
Doors,
Windows,
BnildingPaper
Agent for tbe latest improved
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY.^
E. M. NIXON.
Ux'ov*Slid.1E"llHAND
K0RK8'
Notiee is hereby fiven that the following-nam
ed settler has Hied notice of hi. intention lo make
nnai proof is support of his claim and that said
proof will lie inndo before tlie judge of the pro
bate rourt in anil sor l'emhiua county. N. D.. at
Pcmbiua. on Deceiniier umh. issa, vlx- John
twp'Sftj
II VM'W'
l,roo' 'or the sw
K,sec
21,
Wller. to prove hi'
continuous resldeuce upon and rultivattm of
H8!,"avii English. Frank Chase,
,1 •!1"c
,nd
ai. Storms, all of Joliette, N. O.
J. M. I'OBMI, Kegiiter.
*, V*.
move.
*aw*#*" ^r**» &W
Christmas comes
but oncc a year,
than why not
come to us now,
and make your
friends happy, by
selecting from
our well assorted
stocks
We can supply
your wants in
every 1 in e—a
slamming "big

stock, with pric­
es that are sure
to make things
We now offer
800 pair of chil­
dren's, boys* and
me n's genuine
moose moccasins
worth 8175 for
75 ceiits.
Come for bar­
gains every­
thing.
Yours,
Shaw & Charlton.
MeMgaiefale.
WaSyr*ft
kinmniy* BIIADE in Ibe oontf IIIOM ERA EAR.
tftrSBC'Jif*.!?*1* ••J. ^'ljrered by hg)
SuJrA^terJibi.id'
fMNkOBfiftMa.
nSna.m^£iiaM
_AIIO
19 0
a'n'
"hook 1, ol SDH-
the Amertoaa Freehold
»,otorit?*%
THOMA
'he S2nd day orMarch,
WMMM
con.aned, ha. d.clandi!!i
doeaherebydeolare ibe wboiesum of«oS.E.
™«dhrt»bydue
and payable. aad^ST«!iM
ihere is claimed to be due atthadatenr
Uff
Lw
hundred dollar.(9300)Drln^*.
gSs3F®^"^««S
SS-eSSt»
,n
county of Pembina.'
ty
or his depuiy. on Saturday, the Shday^f Jan'
uarir, A. D. im at two o'clock p. m. to aatu."
fy die amount which shall thSfi be due ontsiui
"ongM .and ihecostaaudexprnmols5ISJ
Lu £e* as (Updated
lif?!* 5"" The DKtniM. dMcrftM In
said mortgagt- and ao to be sold, are the certain
wpaittlofreatestate, situated in ihsocmn.
Jy jf l^mbina and 8 ate of North Dakota. flbmSt.
ly Terrliory of Dakota ]detcr.bed as SifowTt£
number one. (I) two,
[41 and three.' tsi
aud the souih-easi quarter,
[.e^ of the north.
M5tToi5)2SiS.*,,00Uta,l,u,,0De
4-
hUB4wa
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Mortgage ftale.
^ne°*»fcli'!andl'0i.tlnl*CliSll
default has leen made In tlie conditions of a cer*
H^»TTft,w"e.cu,!d •n.d delivered by ^loha
Mortgagor, to the New England
Mortgage Security Company, Mortgagee* dated
day of March,
A. U., 1864,
deeds in and
anddnly re*
office of irgister of
faf
ihe county of Pembina, Dakota
•vw», nwreae ujr irirao oi saia defaultand nv
virtue of the power in said mortgage contained
lit!
£JSle,,un,,°imoS,yA.
""OMd thereby was on
D,,
SK®ii.?i,2f"«.iwhlcS
18SB, dne and pay-
lhel®"claimed
to be dne at
the date of this notice, the sum of MOO, prlneinal
®i** due and unpaid, and th.:fnrlhersum of %7b
interest now due and unpaM maWng the fiiU
dM syfhti""11,?1•5?8 elaUhed to be due attho
date of this notice, and.no action or proceeding
at law or in equity has been instituted to recover
the same or any part thereof.
Now therefore, notice is hereby given that by
virtue of the power of rale contained in and re
corded with tho said, mortgage and of the sta
tutes in such cam made and provided, the said
mortgage will be foreclosed liy a sale of the
mortgaged premises therein described at the
tront door of th. court boose in the citv of Pem
-m.. i— —^--^blns, D.T.. at public
-yd county Of 1'embina,
..w. ^y nildspeteronSaturday, the80thday
oi November,
A.
n., IWI.at 9 o'clock in the after
noea, to satisfy the amontit which will then be
doe
TO
,wd mortgage, and the costs and expens*
ei
fS0attorney*s fees as stl-
puis ted fi^Ua"nortgage. The premises de
scribed in said mortgage and so to Ins sold are
the certain tract or parcel of real estate situated
in the county of Pembina and Territory of Da*
kola, descrflied as follows, to-wit: The east
hslf of the northeast qnarter and the east half of
the southeast quarter ol section twentv-sexen (37)
township one hundred and sixty eno(16l)range
I
wet,,» cont*'nlng
Baaos,
FISK
one hundred and
sixtyclOO)acres.
Dated. Grand Forks, D.
T..
Oct. Wth, 18«l.
TUB NKWENULAKO MORTOAOESBCI^RITT CO.
A
J.
P. Dosil, Mortgagee.
J?"18 Attorneys for Mortgagee.
The above and fo-egoitig sale is hereby ad
i- urned tint 1 Saturday the 21st day of Decetn
tier, A. D. 1M89 at So'clock In the afternoon at
same place mentioned in above notice.
Ihe New Engluud Mortgage Security Co..
BANCS,FISK A J. P.
Dostt, Attorneys.***
U^ov.iino,1889.
1
N. LAND OFFICE, Orsnd Forks, Dakota,
Notice is hereby giveu that lite following-nam
ed settler has died notice of hi. intention tn mak.
nuai proof in support ofhla claim, and that said.
Eate
roof will be made before the judge of the pro
cnurtof Pembina Co., N. D. In Pembina. N.
K-S,nISS^1«,'.IS»-v|i: Joseph Martineau. lt.
E. No. lOnH and D. 8. No. 10101, for the eK nw
aud lots 1 and 2. sec. 81,1 ICS n. rlHw.
He names tbe following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
saiil land, viz: Antoine Lonetemp, Hlchard De
marries, Levi Demarries, of Mcl'onnell and Wm
Beating of Tyner.
loai
J.M.COBBKT,
Nonxu
Register.
Sheriff,
STATIOF
DAKOTA,kale.I
County of Pembina.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue ofan ex
ecution to me directed and delivered, and now iu
my hands, issued out of the clerk's ollice of thc
KlrstJudicialD.strictI'ouri,Stale ot NorthDa
kola, in and for tlie Couuty of Pembina, upon a
judgment and decree loreclusitre rendered In
nld court in favor oi David Dick as administra
tor of the estate of David Ogllvie, deceased, and
Uelnst Lou-s Mimn, Kvarlste Mlron, William
Deerltw ft Co. John II. tVatt, Winona Wagon
Co. and George F. McKlnney, and docketed In
the office of the clef of said court, iu and for
said county on the 4th day of Derembrr, )$0 for
*—r tinnlrf syd .aiMi Mun dollars
and aeverity-seVeif iftta^tSBST) with interest
from Dewmber-tlb, 1889 ao4CT,Uiofsife..ndby
vlrtne of a writ of execution to be issued cut of
the oSce of the clerk otsald court, iu and for the
«mu(y of ftemb.na aad .tate of Nor- Dakota.
I. the
sheriff of said Pembina county, will sell
at public auction to the lilgbe*. bidder for cash,
on Saturday, th. lltli day ot January,
4
lhW.
at a
clock p. m. of said day, at the front door of the
court house. in the ci.y of Pembina, county of
Pcmbitia and slate of North Dakota, in one par
el. the prem sea and real estate discr but ln the
Judgment and dicree to-wit: Tbt'sbnthwcst
quarter of seciion No. twenty-three
(SS)
W. J.
in town­
ship No. one hundred and aiXty-tl.ree(W8) north
of range No. iifiy-three(S8) west oftheStli p. m.
in Pembina county and state of North Dakota,
and cnniam ng one hundred and sixty acres ac
cording tithe government thereof.
MSKSIIAW,survey
ialiiiiirs A-torney,
M.JKames.
MierlfT, Peml, na lounty.
Dated at Pemb na, December 4th J8o». jO-i.
Chattel Mortgage Milr.
VXTIIEREAS, one W, Billyard did, on ttfe Hth
VV day of Anrli, 1889 make his certain chattel
mortgoge of the following described chattle*. to
wtt: One red cow seven years, one bi indie cow
£/n* ®DU yearling colt, sorel color, to
Frank Chlttick to secure the payment ol the sum
of seventy-nine dollars, and there is now actually
doe on said note and mortgage the sum of eigh
ty-live dol.ars and forty. Ave cento, at the date of
this nonce, together with an attorney's feeof five
dollars as provided by lnw, and said note and
mortgage was. prior to the maturity thereof, du*
I) assigned, endorsed and transferred to Joseph
Chapman who is now the owner and holder theie*
And whereas, default ban betn made In the
terms of said mortgage in that said note was not
pHid n°r uny part thereof when the name fell due
and thatdemhud of performance has duty been
made o. Billiard, moit^Ni or.
Now therefore, notice is hereby given" that
v*ru»#.-» -a nmrri'ftL'f «TI| order
Coapmau, ihc present ownor thereof, I will sell
«»*scr beu ciitt..,er it. .beir»iii door
nJaut
l'*
ci
jrilifi"1 personal estate In the hand, of
said administrator to pay said debts, and that it is
necessary in order to pay the same, to sell all if
sain rea estate.
It Is therefore ordered, that all persons inter*
!£.??# appear before the judgeof this
T? IBQI
??iar.dfyVthe
nth
jjtt" J?™.10
bTATE
I
,k-
-v Pembina.
county, N. D, on the .5
ber, 1880,at timk ,m.
IthAday^of
-.
Probate
STATK
or
NOHTUDAKOTA,Motlee.
I
Countyof Pembina. I" County Court.
Special term held Dec. 16th.
1889.
In the matter of the estate ol Alvah p. Webster
deceased.
„0n„r«"ding and Wing Ibe peiitlon of Benjamin
H. Webeier. sett ng forth the amount of
perMinal estate that iias como to his hands, and
the disposition thereol the amount of debts out
stnndlng against said deceased, and a descrip
tion of ailjue realty of which said deceased died
seized, and the condliion and value ol the re
spective port onsthereof and nrnylng that li
cenw be to him granted, to sell ail ol said real
V2b'a!3it."rmH*
b,5'™'d
petition that there
ir
»D!«I JOS.by
BT.Decern*
Agen. tor Jos. Chapmr a •"»rtga-
gei®
ii am W.J.KSEEfllUW,
P» O. Address. Pembina .Dagee.
January. A.
u. 4 dock a.m. at the court house in
•4?,"idcounty then and there to show
license should not be
granted to said administrator to sell said real es-
&inf,Ph*r
,hat fc
copy of this
pubj|g|ied for four ouccessivs
dAv
of
JS?^
he«*riug in the Pio*
J*?11 newspaper, printed
a|,P*i»biofl,
in said couuiy. and
Ber,i5« ODi
1,1
persons interested in
j1 "y1^ county, at least four*
before said day of hearing, and upon
nS^r V^nonrintertnt6. according to law.
DaM at Pembina, this 18th day of Dec.
By the coun. E.
A. ARMSTEO.NO.i860.
»-~*6 (Seal.) Jud^e of Coun.y c» urt.
Police orsale of Rral Catate.
OK NOHTU DAKOTA, ,,NNTL.M
Countyof Pembina, IROBATL COL'Rf.
order and
of the couuty
court of Pembina county. State of North Dakota,
ww 5 PfcM'oa of the undersigned. (*eorge
Sw* 5
li,r#*nr
of tbc
of Rebecca
reafesta^r'ihJ?«i2I1J"der°£,lcen" 'o «»the
terni A (IMO deceused. at the special
!i-« A- "sfd court, to-wit: on the 7th
dav If iillJl!!!' iVtiP'J8
9,
heshal],octhe SHlU
T«^mler',8W' between tbe hours of ten
clock in the orenoon aud four o'clock In th
aiternoon of said day, to*wit: at two n'rlack
S! fS«e d5r 5 tfi
court house, in the city of Pembina, Pembina
wit? %hSe.ie*L®8toie ®e,,crlbed follows, to
?hih tl*a?**1A,l,rter' 'o«n
SHiti.
W'*n£
foUr
•rr®8 south-west
..e wuth-catt quarter, sect on 88,
!?^n The abort qnarter sec
tion of land will be sold subject to a certain
mortgage, said land is all situated iu Pembina
county. State of North Dakota, and will be sold
for canh to the highest bidder.
Dated this ?th day of Dec. 188?.
deMtJe'd''1™10'
thC
'e,:"c
of
l'il
U.NovA8^SHCli'G1,AND fOKKS, D.,T
Notiee is hereby given that tbe folio*in*
namedsetilerhaslllef notice of his intention tS
make fUial prcsifin supimrt of his claim, and tliw
said proof will be made before the Judce and ex-
rtMei'i'.we'st.'' "IL'nei "w- 'M.twp.tes.n.
following ui'lui s^es to nrcveh's
SIw'mV"
ejr
1"!*
^^"l^VlTrrSISau'
1
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