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VI- Olerk. v-c Willptaetleeln Cou*tjo Dakota before OnltedatatesLandolBoe and Hooey to ioM andOoUMtton* PSMBIIRA, WORTH DAKOTA CViiQjPV-- ATTORNEY AT-LAW. BATPNATJ. NORTH DAKOTA A. THICKER, AUCTIONEER. Partial"1 attention to sales of Farm Property. HAMDUTOV, NORTH DAKOTA CHAB. E. H4BB.S, .M E. Physician and Bntgeon. Found at all hours when not professionally engaged engaged, at his office, on Stutsman street at day time and at iii« residence on Cavil eer street at night. PBHBXNA, NORTH DAKOTA Hi J- JAMES, M. I. Physician and Surgeon, oveuFlrst National Bank, M. Vj. oilloe and residence BATHG^TB. NORTH DAKOTA M. LOCKWOOD, M: U. Physician and Surgeon.-^Graduate of Ooilege Hlght calls at room No. 20, Winchester House. Fwrnbtna, North Dakota. PEMBINA Buildiig and Loan Association. PKMBINA, NOBTH DAKOTA. Money oan on good Bea lEstateSecnri tyany where in -ie county. What you payforrentwiil pi* the monthly dues. No other payment shave" to be male, ana in from six to elgh. ya&r* yon owatheproperty. Duesona $400 loan tie $6 per month. Address. B. D. BOOKKB, T. L. PBICB, Secretary President. E. COLLINS, V. College. S., Graduate of Toronto Veterinary Licenaed to practice Veterinary, Surgery, Medicines and Dentistry of the State Board of North Dakota. Domestic Animals by th^ latest theo ries of Veterinary science. DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY Residence and office HAMILTON N. DAK CITY DRAY LINE Contracts for large lots take and goods delivered on short no Orders can be left at the Sice. pioneer Bakery. Ice delivered to an parts of the eity. of WILLIAM FOWLER,Prop Iron Railings FOR UWNS, CEMETERY LOTS, Or Enclosures of »ny kind. At J. J. Dormer's -ViV* mn County/News. Canton. Bert Wall, our athletic city mar* sbal, made a hurried trip to Winnipeg. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Bolfeulllet of. Macon, Ga.f Hon-in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thomson, ar rived and will spend the summer here. Commissioner Ilalldorson wad in town to-day disposing of some of his surplus wheat. We do love to see Tommy's honeBt face and genial smile among us The Lodema supervisors have pur chased a New Era grader, which to gether with their road machine and scrapers fully equips them to wrestle successfully with the road question. Dr Francis has not yet put in an appearance. The last time he was seen alive he was in company with Dan Sheddy and had started for the Bed Lake Reservation. Dao came back alone, ain't that awful? Our city dads are doing the right thing laying down good, wide Bide walks, high, well-rounded grades and capacious culverts to carry off the ex cess which will come like a thief In the night Seeding'of all descriptions is dooe, and although late, the acreage is ful 1? equal to other years, while the last week of warm weather has witnessed the most rapid growth ever known to the oldest inhabitant. Rev. Mr. Mcintosh preached his farewell sermon here previous to entering upon his new work in Call* fornia. Muchregietis expressed on account of bis removal and the best wishes of bis Canton friends go with him to his new home. Wednesday and Thursday our town was almost depopulated, owing to the Crystal races. Some uncharitably disposed persons attributed the exo dus to the Rev.Mr. Mcintosh's remov al and Be v. Mr. Morrison's visit to Ireland, but of course that is foul libel ou the fair name of our esteem' ed citizens. ... Your correspondent took a fine tooth comb and a lantern the other day in order to find the "X Bays'" brother Chip, who does it up for Gil pin. I succeeded in establishing his ideutity and revealed myself unto him. He Is a nice young man, always found in the swim, hence knows what is going on. We talked and laughed and resolved, that at some remote period of time we would form a com' bine and ultimately corner everything in sight, even if yourself and Gilpin do make faces at each other every week On Monday evening a fine large moose was killed on Donald Thorn' son's farm, by a couple of our local sports. It had been in a small bluff for some time as was afterwards dis- .covered, steaks and roasts were dis- tnbuted promiscuously among our Citizens. Mr. Thomson says there are lots of moose in that bluff but has for bidden the cruel sportsmen from tres passing any further on said quarter section. Please withold the latter in formation from Jud LaMoure, F. A. Hart, 6. G. Thompson, et al, so that they may have a chance of being rop ed in, the majesty of the law vindi cated, thus striking terror unto those like-minded. Hamilton. Jerry Kercher of Cavalier was in town Monday. YV. S. Gilpin and A. M. Muir visited Gretna, Sunday, Supt. Jacksou took dinner at the Hamilton House, Monday. Hon. Thos. Dow'acelebrated speech has reached the second edition. Jack Curric of Bathgate has accept ed a position on Gilpin's X-Rays. David Page rides an elegant No. 4 Crescent, purchased from H. N. Joy. Miss Maggie Kippen has purchased an elegant new Crescent from II. N. Joy. J. L. Brown has purchased the slaughter house and the adjacent land. The grader started in road district No. 4, Tuesday, with Capt. Casper Steinberg at the helm. We understand there will be a rail road meeting Monday, June 29, at 2 o'clock p. m. in the city ball. The lawn social given at the real derice of N II. Murney, Saturday J&aofrine Shop, evening was a decided success. "vAVilfo' »^"s v,- An epidemic of caucuses has swoop ed down upon us of late, producing a crop of delegates that really causes alarm among staid conservatives, however the nation will still continue to exist. as the motives of all are as one, 'Viz: to regulate our internal af faire.* Dear me, bow patriotic we all are. JM. McArthur hM purcbafted, from H. N. Joy.'an elegant new Crescent, and of course is right In the swim. Wftlter Greet* cituie up from St. Paul, Sunday. He expects to remain about a weQk, yisiting with his par ents. The kludergarten Is progressing nlcelV under Mrs. Ben net. a talented teacher from Minneapolis* The kin dergarten fills a long felt. want. In sonle unaccountable manner Editor Gilpin allowed the X-Bays to become focused on the superior maxil lary ^portion of bis physiognomy wltb a disastrous result to his moustache. Master Willie Beld was accldently killed in the brick yard Wednesday by the sweep of the brick machine death was probably instantaneous. The funeral took place from theM. E. church Friday and was largely attend ed. Mr. and Mrs. Beid haye the sym pathy of all in their sad bereavement. ,i*i a« Walhalla. Hurrah for McKinley! Nat James of Bathgate was doing the town last week. Mrs. Mickles of Hyde Park visited Walhalla on Monday. Mrs. T. Trenbeath of Neche visit ed wltb her parents last week. A. F. Roberts, the St. Thomas hail insurance man was doing business in town this week. The Catholic church has received a 500 pound bell with which to call the parlsboners to worship, O. W. Andrews returned from bis eastern trip Saturday, accompanied by his cousin Miss Florence Baker, of Duluth. John F. Mager and H. B. Vaughn attended the picnic at Tyner Wed nesday, where they talked railroad to the picnicers Theyouag ladies of Walhalla and Ernest will entertain their masculine friends at a leap year picnic in John Mager's grove td-day. The past week of hot weather has been a boon to late sown crops, and at this writing, wheat Is growing at the rate of afoot a day. The roads out this way are an in ducement to fecorcbers to head their wheels for Walhalla. About twenty wheelmen came In on Sunday from surrounding towns. Miss Donovan will leave on Tues day for the east. She will be absent through the summer and Prof. Alns worth will have charge of the Coburn school. J. H. Abrams and family arrived on Wednesday from Minneapolis. Hank will stay here to celebrate the 4tb,the balance of the family will remain during the summer season. ... A number of W.lhaUa Woodmen and their friends attended the Wood-iUp men picnic at Olga Thursday. Aer's pleasant day and large crowd were the S*D£ principal features. Emanuel Epton has purchased two 11^ lots in town and will build a residence irn- He is a and butcher shop at once. practical butcher and bis shop will supply one of our chief necessities. John Vlnen will insure your crop against hall, in the best and only com- pany in the state that paid its losses un ln full last year. He represents the-yes Farmers Mutual Insurance Company,1 of St. Thomas. At amass meeting called for the purpose on Tuesday, a committee was appointed to solicit funds for a 4th of July celebration. Sufficient has been subscribed t.o insnre a good time on that day, and all are cordially invited to attend. The Walhalla "Rooters" went to Ernest Saturday and waltzed around the diamond twenty-nine times while the Ernest crowd cautiously found the home plate a baker's dozen. .The "Rooters" say, that with their yell they can win at any thing. It is this, "One zip! twarzip! zip! zip! zam! Wal halla Wal—hal—la don't give a—rip!" J. T. Briden, N. R. Burley and Pat. Manion attended the Crystal races last week. Mr. Briden's goer, Abner Taylor, won the 2:30. race easily, in 2:29J on a slow track. After the race some of the joshers started the report that Mr. Briden would be glad to sell Taylor, and that his price was $125. It is needless to say that Mr. Briden was thoroughly bored with offers to buy before be could town. He ear »ay lo- to ion- Jp 1116 away from get Carlisle. How is Canada Bob? Seeding is all done around here and the crops arc looking splendid. Rev. Johnston preached to a large congregation in the east school ..Sun day. Andy Argue is around insuring the farmers' crops against bail. Every farmer should insure this year. Chas. Atkinson passed through our city Saturdav en route to Pembina. Mr. Atkinson has a car of fine west ern horses in Bathgate. Chas. Cirl, Morley O'Shaughnes&y, Arthur Craig and Wm. O'Hara re turned home after a week's prospect ing tour on the mountains. They talk favorably of that country and are going back to file on land. VtSlM. AX school election on the 16th, A. J. Jones was elected as member of the board In place of Tim O'Brien. The school board has engaged Mr.' Miller from Minnesota as principal of our school, who comes highly recom meuded. Our second and also our primary teachers will retain their po sitions for another term. Mr. A. Dou ville Is lying very danger ously ill at the Papin House. He came into town on Sunday for medi cal advice, lieiug in pain was ordered at once h: bed by Dr. Gouldlng and Dr. Douovuii called In, and both doc tors are doing their utmost for the sick man. No one can denyjout that Neche is a progressive town, when they observe the large njimber bicycles that perambulate the streets, but the little nurse maids capped the climax ou Saturday evening, for they foruied in procession with no less than sixteen carriages, and each one had an occu pant, and rumor said some,had more than one. We don't need any immi gration bereau in North Dakota. On Sunday, Miss Mickel of Hyde Park took the south bound train, pre sumably'to go to Bathgate. The ped dagogue,Mr. Ilowel.of the Hyde Park school, strange to. say, took a livery rig from here for Bathgate and board ed the same train. The fair Kate did not get off at her supposed destina tion. It is reported that the happy pair entered the solemn compact at Grand Forks and are enjoying a little billing aud cooing in the city a little further east. We wish them every happiness, if they were a little pre vious. On Wednesday, T. Thompson, a lit tie boy of ten years, a son of T. Thompson, a baker, went with others to bathe in the river. The current was too strong for him and he was carried down the stream and drowned. The whole town has turned out to find the body but so far without success the river has been thoroughly dragged. Wire netting is now stretched across the river. The poor boy was one of a large family and the poor mother is almost distracted as she is in a very delicate state, only just recovering from the measles, which the whole family have suffered from. This dreadful accident was almost the means of another which might have been worse. On Thursday, the boys were still diving and swimming around, hoping to be successful in fiuding the lost one. when Ab. Gynn entered the list, swam almost acruss the river to where the current was very strong, finding he was not able to go through he tried to return when cramp or fright seized him and he called for help and sank. Young 'i 4 & A oi uaiu for other Hotels and large bullc might be swept out and dusted ii incredibly short space of time. fully managed, this air pressure rid the room of every particle of ?S5pet?: and Elora Geo.Skene Sr., who has been serious ly ill in Oregou is, we are glad to state, improving and on his way home. Miss Clark, Miss Katie Beherns and other ladies of St. Thomas passed through hereon their wheels last Sun day. The town fathers are busy just now talking grader, but Hec Falconer is more interested in the gold and silver question. The town was about depopulated Friday last, everyone attended the Crystal races, which were exception al}- good this year. We are glad to see our friend no Stafford has adapted himself to the latest fashion, and bestrides a wheel, with all the dignity and fearlessness of an expert. The school election passed off with out any great excitement. In dis trict No. 42, Ilenry Munay succeeded Jos. Stratton as director in 17, Jos. Hamilton succeeded himself likewise Paul Johnson in 35 in 59, there was a little ripple of excitement and P. P. Bissett carried the day by a majority of one vote. There is some talk of Elora cele brating the Fourth of July this year, though the committee has not as yet perfected arrangements. One or the features will be a salute of 500 guns at sunrise, but as Joe. Stratton and Andrew Gilbert are the only ones that have guns, that will go off we are afraid those figures will have to be changed. it Address all orders to .. McArthor. Mr. Volet and family of St. Thomas are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton. Mr. aud Mrs. Kraatz were visiting in Cavalier last week and returned with their daughter Annie, who was visiting hfr sister, Mrs. Unke. John Laurie and Wm. Johnston have given the Pembina Co's flat house at this pcint a coat of paint, which greatly improves the looks of the building. J.. McCuuler has put up a machine shed (50x20. Evidently iMr. McCaulev does not believe in leaving his ma chinery l*i the weather. Hcnstm and Walter Luck wood with their ladies attended ino Foresters' dance at St. Vincent on the 17lh, and roport a good time. Seeding is very near completed around here. The acreage is a great deal less than in former years aiid on this account there will be a great deal of summer fallowing to do. Poor John met with a serious acci dent which came very near marking bim for life, last week while painting the elevator he fell from the top into a can of paint and was badly disfigur ed. ii-iWi Wall Paper PER ROLL emits and upwards, 4 AT THE Drug Store. T. R. SHAW CO. Agency for Keating, Elgin, Stormer high grade Bicycles. THE NAME OF THE NEXT WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN THE IIYOI WMLY TRIBUNE OF NOVEMBER 4th 1896. 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Father's where be was attended to for a time and was afterwards taken to his father's house where he is doing well. It is now a week since poor little Thomp son was drowued and his body has nob yet been discovered. Just Hardware, Faints. Rope. Baby Carriages, Sporting G-oods Two-inch "Well Casing, Furniture, Agent for Crescent Bicycles, the best on earth. H. N. JOY, Hamilton, N. D, received, a carload of BARB WIRE and N AILS, bought before the ad vance. Intending purchasers can save money by buying from me. CofXlns and Funeral Supplies- Joliettfl. Perhaps Geo. Switzer can tell some thing about the gas. Robt. Muir and W. A. Shannon re turned from Grand Forks last week. The residents of McArthur say Messrs. Price and Tucker are becom ing pedestrians. Miss E. Emerson visited at Joliette a day last week, being on the way to Dominion City from the university. Mr. Gray, whose two years of school work is fiuished at Bowesmont, has been visiting old friends at Joliette this week. E. Peltier and family left for New Bedford, Ma«5., Wednesday, going by way of Montreal, Quebec, where they will visit relatives. Geo. Switzer and J. H. Emerson were at Minneapolis last week, the first on a wheat mission the latter with a car load of cattle.. Egg», I it ft 'A JS •V ,.-f ..i $ I '-ii •tit "'f •a if J. SULUVAN. BBIBBXB OP Bird PlyioBtt Rock and Light Brans. St. per cettine. Btoek.ftnt Clan. EMERSON, MAN.