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P.A. WABDWBLL. S.S.TIOWIOI WARDWELl THOMPSON. TERMS. 92.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the pmt office Pembina en sec ond IMB mail matter Kepvbltean Coentr Convention, "nolSer A county oonventlon Tfln_ tatlvea of I •legated represents- he republican party will be held at St. 01/ Thomas on Thursday, Jul/Snd, 1896, at2o'clock p. m., for the republican state oonventlon to be held at Grand Forks on Wednesday, the 82nd day of July, 1886, pnrpoR •e of eelecting delegates to represent the republican! of thia county In the ts the vote oast for Hon. Romr Allin, for gover nor, in the respective townships at the general -election of ISM, giving one delegate for each fif teen republican voters, or majority fraction thereof, for the officer above named at said elec- tion, and In addition thereto, one delegate at larsn for each township. The different townships la the county will, un der each apportionment be entitled to repre ^•entation as follows: Akra 2 Avon 4 Beaulleu 8 -Bathgate 9 Carlisle 3 Cavalier Crystal Drayton Elora Cardar Hamilton Jollette..... *•...*.« Lincoln 8 Lndema 8 Liberty Midland 4 Heche 8 Park 8 Pembina 14 St. Joe 5 St. Thomas 11 Thlngvalla 4 Walhalla 2.. By order of republican county central com mittee. JUDBOM LAHOVBE, D. J. LUDIL, Chairman. Secretary. Republican Judicial Convention for the 7th Judicial JMatrlet. BTo the Republican electors of Pembina, Walsh and Cavalier counties, N. D. In accordance with the decision of the chair men of the Republican county committees of the above counties, composing the 7th Judicial district, a convention of the delegated represen tatives of the Republican party of said counties Is hereby called, and will oe held In the court house, In the city of Lanirdon, on the 18th day of ported'at the next general election. The basis of representation will be the same as the state apportionment, and as follows: Walsh 88 Pembina "'Cavalier 12 4 Total 118 It is recommended by the committee that cau cuses be held at the usual voting places, Batur day evening, June 27th, to elect delegates to the above convention. up- Total, "~78 By order of committee.' Dated this 18th day of June, 1886 P. MCHUOH, JussoN LAMOUE*, Chairman. Secretary. P. Mchugh, chairman Cavalier county repub lican committee Judson LaMoure, chairman of Pembina county republican committee B. Wea gant. chairman of wslsh county republican com mittee. FINANCIAL PANIC SURE. Two. things will almost certainly oc cur forthwith if tree silver carries Pint: The lminedlatje withdrawal 'Of one half our coinage from circula* tion. Second: A change of the monetary unit that is, Instead of reckoning value by the gold dollar, values will be expressed in silver dollars. Can two such revolutions occur.in the fi nancial world without causing a fi nancial panic? On the other hand, where will the benefit be? In gold, prices will not change. Our wheat will still be valued in Liverpool on a gold basis. We will have to pay In :gold or its equivalent In silver, for our tea, coffee, sugar and everything we buy In foreign countries, and even «mong ourselves, In our own country, a bushel of wheat will buy no more •calico than It does now. The child who receives a nickel sometimes runs *way to the store and gets the coin •changed Into penuies, and comes home with glee, and shows bis "five" pieces but he has no more than before. Only one class can have a seeming benefit by the change, the debtor. The debtor may, by the terms of his note and mortgage, be able to cancel his debt by paying one half of it, but this is at best, but a temporary and individual benefit, and what the debtor gains is somebody's loss. The final and certain result will be practically the s^me, except in degree, as if lawB were .made by which the debtor could escape the payment of the whole of bis debts. What the re sult of a wholesale repudiation of debts would be, we not specify to the intelligent reader but that financial Danic with all Its attendant evils would certainly follow even a partial repudiation, is as sure as the fact that it is the fear of non-payment of debts that causes a panic. We suppose there are people who would willingly vote to ruin thous ands of others, provided, they thought they themselves would reap some small benefit thereby. We know that there are people who will wreck a rail road train for the purpose of plunder for themselves. We know that others will fire a house for the sake of pil lage, but these are exceptional cases and such horrors are not common. We do not believe there are many of the debtor class who would willing ly bring misfortune on others to re lieve themselves of a burden, know ingly but what we fear, is that quali ty of human nature, that is so apt to •v* 1SV -v 4 argue ttaatjwhat wewlshjfor, is moral ly and legally right that what is good for us is good for everybody, instead of the real'truth, that the good of the Whole is the true benofi vlnual. I LaMoure, Kneestaaw, lace, Johnson, Halght Bride, Stewart, Wing, man, Signrdson, Shatti son,Laxdal,Truemnei, Hasmore, Watt, Roa McAdams, Gordon, THE ELECTORAL VOTE. .« The following is a 1 it of states and electoral votes. We have arranged them in three colum is, the reader can change them a wit to suit his own ideas, but we thi ik that there is much more liklihood if some of the "doubtfuls" coming ito the republi can column than the is probability of loss from the repi 3lican column. Our arrangement is lased almost en tirely on the silver estlon, wherea8 we are Inclined to tt ink that tariff and McKinlev will it considerable figure later in the c: mpaign in some of the states whicLwe have put In the doubtful column. However that fir^t column is pretty solid, we think, even on the financial issue. REPUBLIC'!! Conn DOUBTFl .J N. Y.... N.D.... Ohio... .23 Penn R. I... Wis... Vt ... 32 4 12 4 "-i Totals. 240 104 THE CHICAGO CONVENTION The Chicagc^convetion/ Is now the center of lnttireit. Not because of what it will accompllshrf:but the same *hlcfeYerjr body has whenthey se» (^impending cata strophe. Dlsra Seems almost' Certain. Free silver men have aimos two thirds of the convention, and lie other third are unalterably agaii & free silver. Nobody pretec li at this time to presage What. wH happen when the invincible meet the immoveable except that there is bound to be the largest kind of ci ejus. Boies or Blan is likely to be the choice of the free Silver men, while there is a posslbi iy of nominating Teller, and perl tps repeating the Greely campaign. WILL MEET ONE POINT. Mr. Hansbrodg will, for the time silver ideas until Tet, Hansbroudh can only expect to be elected with tb help of pop votes. "It is no farther around a hill than it is over It," and tie trouble of climb ing is saved. Pops go around one way and Mr. Hansbrough the other, and next winter & happy meeting on the other side. Whlleithe people stand in the middle and woihder how it was done. Crop Insurance. The article we co^y from "Tales" in thib issue in reference to the Farmers Mutual Insurance Company with headquarters at St. Thomas is well worthy of attention by every farmer. These things are business truths and farmers ought to be business men. First: Insurance pays. Sec ond: You cannot afford to take your own risks. Third: It pays to trade at home. Fourth: The trouble with most insurance companies is the sala ry and expense account. In many cases you pay one dollar for actual In surance and another dollai for officers' salaries. Fifth: In this company you know the men who are running it. They couldn't afford to tell you what wasn't true they have other in terests, and reputations to look after, besides insurance. Read what they say as to salary account. The reason that Workmen, Woodmen and other societies insure so cheap is because local officers do their'work free. The Farmers Mutual Insurance Co. seems to be run on*the same plan. VOL. XVILs PEMBUTA, 1ST. 3D., FRIDAY, JULY 3,1896. It to the indi- EL DELEQATE8 The following is the elected at St. Thomas represent this county can state convention: ECTED. 1st of delegates yesterday, to it the republl- Halcrow, Wal Mclntosh, Mc Balliday, Berg- ID, Thorwald Joy, Robinson, house, Graber, ger, Gill. OEM OR POP Cal.... Col.... Del.... Ken ... Md .... Mo ... Mont.. Neb ... Nev ... Ore.... S. D.. •. Tenn .. Utah .. Wash.. W. Yir. Wy .... 111... Ind.. Iowa Kan. Me .. Mich ... Minn ... N. N.J. la 6a...... 13 Miss. Tex... 103 announces that he being, lay away his le is again safely elected as U. S. Si oator. This is Just opposite to the opullstic idea they propose to lay aw iy everything else but the silver question until they are elected. That cartoon of Straub's represent ing the arrival/ home of Hon. M. N. Johnson and his baggage, was not Only artisticai as a drawing, but very sug gestive in a political way. 3 Delegates Elect. Hamilton delegates to ttie county, convention at St. Thomas yesterday were H. N. Joy, Geo. McLean, A. E. Thacker and Magnus Johnson. St. Thomas elected the following: John R. Glbbson, D. G. Mcintosh, A. Stew art, I. Thompson, Geo. Glass, N. Gil man, Jacob Hartze, M. M. Campbell, Wm. McBrlde, C. T. Rltchey, A. L. Miller. The Pembina delegates were: Judson LaMoure, Aug. Short, F. A. Wardwell, Branden Johnson, Alex. Airth, F. W. Felson, E. M. Nixon, W. J. Kneeshaw, H. A.- Murrel, Ole Paul son. Jos. Geroux, F. C. Warner, F. M. King, C.E.Jackson. General Harrison on our Finances. Ex-President Harrison will discuss our national finances in an article on "The Secretary of the Treasury," which will appear in the August issue of the Ladies' Home Journal. He will tell briefly of the origin of our finan cial system Its expansion or develop ment how the nation raises its reve nues, and disburses its moneys and detail the faults of our suystem of fi nanciering. Referring to the metb ods necessary to maintain our gold re serve General Harrison expresses him self with evident disapproval, and says that "the present situation would be absurd if it were not so serious." The increase or. the dimin ution of the gold" reserve, the ex President asserts, powerfully affects every interest, and the "mending of existing conditions will be a task for the wisest and strongest statesman ship." Workmen Picnic. The several lodges of the A. O. U. W., of Pembina county, N. D., will hold their eighth annual picnic in the "Neche Park" Neche, N. D. op the 29th day of July. Neche Lodge No. 90 has appointed a competent com mittee on general arrangements, and the seveJal lodges throughout the county will assist them in perfecting the same. The citizens of Neche have donated largely to assist in mak ing the occasion equal to anything of the kind that has yet been held' in the county. It is hoped that the several lodges throughout the adtoining counties and province of Manitoba will come in and enloy the picnic and make the acquaintance of their Pembina broth ers who have added so many links to that grand old chain "Charity, Hope and Protection." Be on the lookout forpostera announcing the program of the dav, carefully read, and wisely decide not to miss the picnic, as the occasion will be of a rare character. A complete line of bicycle repairs, including new tires, pumps, bells, and other sundries, at G. G. THOMPSON'S. School Report The following pupils of the gram mar department have been perfect in their attendance during the year, (10 months:) Annie Conmy, Allen Doug las, Cora Felson and Edith Wardwell. Lottie Hoffman missed only one day and Fred Price was present every day till he left the state. The following deserve special credit for good work, having made an aver age of over 85 per cent in examina tions and daily record throughout the year: Neil Anderson, Charlie Bride, Annie Conmy, Blaine Ewing, Katie Hoffman, Otto Trudel, Etta and Otto Weiderman, Mabel Bride, Mary and *John Conmy, Guy McKay and Lottie Hoffman. W. C. HAWTHORNE, Bicycles to rent by the hour or day, at G. G. THOMPSON'S. -i. win Summons. STATK OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Pembina. District Court, Seventh Judicial District. ^JMneeWetheru|, plaintiff, vs. New England Vai N J. SUIXtVAH. BBUDIL OF Bird PlyaoHth Rock isd Light Brims. s, $8. per setting. Stock, first Class. EMERSON. MAN. A full line of LEGAL BLANKS for sale at this office. ameewetnerup, plaintiff, vs. New England irtgage Security Company, Howard R. ughn, Henry C. Ide and Charles L. Clint, de- fend&nts. The B^ate of North Dakota to the above named defendants: You, and each of you, are hereby summoned to answer the complaint In this action, which is filed with the clerk of the district court for Pem bina county, and to serve a copy of your ans wer upon the subscriber within thirtyaays alter the service of this Miimmons upon you, ex clusive of the day of such service ana Incase of your failure to appear or answer judgment be taken against yon by default for the re lief?demaud3din the complaint. Dated this88thdayofMarch,A. D. 1696. 8-1 W.J. KMKBSHAW, Plaintiff's attorney, Pembina P. O., Pembina county, N. D. Summons. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Pembina. trist In Distrjst Court, Seventh Judtclal District. Annie Maria Boucher, plaintiff, vs. Alfred Henry Boucher, deiendant. The state of North Dakota to the above named defendant. Tou are hereby summoned to answer the com- SIwk laint in this action, which Is filed with the of the District Court for Pembina county, ana to mrve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber within thlty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service, and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded In the complaint. Dated this 11th day of June A. D. 1896, W. J. KNKKSBAW, 48-1 Plaintiff's Attorney, Pembina, N. D. Notice. STATB OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Pembina. *?. Court, Seventh, formerly First Judicial District. In the matter of the application for the par don of James Voung and Frank Clark. To the Hon. Charles F. Templeton, judge of the First Judicial District, Hon. Otto E. Banter, Judge of the Seventh Judicial District, Hon. N. C. Young, states attorney of Pembina county and to all whom It may concern: Notice is hereby given, and yon are hereby notified tttat an app:tcatlon will be made to toe Hon. Roger Ailii), Governor of the state of North Dakota, at his office at the capitol in the city of Bismarck, on Thursday, the 26th day of June, A. D, 1896 at the hour of ten o'clock in forenoon of eald day, for the pardon of James Young.w male person of the age of 27 years and Frank Clark, a male person of the age of 84 years who were on the 6th day of March A. D. 1885, convicted of the crime of robbery committ ed jointly from the person of one Leroy Harris, at a urm of the District Court, within and for Pembina County, state of North DaKota on said date, and were by the Hon. Charles F, Temple ton, presiding jndge on the 8th day of March A. D. 18U5, sentenced to imprisonment in the peni tentiary at Bismarck, county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota, for the period of their natural life. Dated thiB 18th day of May A. D. 1890. W. J. KNBBSHAW, JANES YOUNG, Attorney foi applicants. FRANK CLABK, 45-48 Applicants. Mortgage sale OTICE is hereby given that that certain mort Aigage executed and delivered by James A. Greenwood and Mary Greenwood, his wife, marigagors, to Alzlna Ayleu, mortgagee dated the 5th day of, S- April A D. 1894, and lied for rec ord in the office of the Register of Deeds of the county of Pembina, and state of North* Dakota, on the 6th day of April, A. D. 1894, and recorded in book 40 of mortgages, at page 615. will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage ana hereinafter described, at the front door of the court house, in the city of Pembina, in the countjCof Pembina, stole of North Dakota, ft the hour'of TWO o'clock r. X. on Saturday, the 15th day of August, 1896,. to satisfy the amount due upon said mortgage on the day of sale. The promises described in said mortgage and which wlll be sold to satisfy the same, are those pertain premise* situated in tbe county of Pem bina and •tate.ofNorth Dakota, and described as foUows, to-wit:' The south-west quarter of section No. 31rtownshlp No. 163, north of range No. 51 west, containing 160 acres more or less, according to the government survey thereof. There will be due on such mortgage, at the date of sale the sum of three hundred and seven dollars and ninety-eight cents, (9307.98) besides costs of foreclosure. Dated at Pembina, N. D., tl ts 2nd day of Julv lvrOtj R, AYLBK. Agent. 51-4 Dated June 89th 1896. B?" Teacher. Six weeks ago I suffered with a very severe cold was' almost unable to speak. My friends all advised me to consult a physician. Noticing Cham berlain's Cough Remedy advertised in the St. Paul Volks Zeitung I procured a bottle, and after taking it a short while was entirely well. I now most heartily recommend this remedy to anyone suffering with a cold. WM. KEIL, 678 Selby Ave., St. Paul, Minn. &1-2 For sale by T. R. Shaw & Co. ALZINA AYLKN, Morgagee. Probate Notice. STATB OF NOB*B DAKOTA, I County of Pembina. County Court. In the matter of the estate of Andinas Douvllle deceased. Notice is hereby given that Harriet Dou/llle has filed with the judge of this court, a petition, praying for letters ofadministraUonoftheos late of Andinas Donvllie, deceased, to be Issued to Herman R. Morris, and that Monday, tne 20th day of July 1896 at o'clock p. M. of said day. being a day of a regular term of this court, at the county court office, in the city of Pem Mna, county of Pembina, state of North Dako ta, haa been set for hearing said petition, when and where any person interested may appear and show cause why said petition should not be granted. B. W. COMKT, Judge of County Court nr* IXSON'S GH-ASM IS THE ONLY AGENTS: F. N. BURROWS, Bathgate. W. C. SHORT, Pembina. WANTED-AN lOEAK^S thing to patent? Protect your ideas they may bring you wealth. Write JOHNjfrKDDKR BtJKNak CO., Patent Attorneys, Washington, D. C., for their tl£W prlae offer? UMDtlMMIS, Advertlainfr.'iBto itf Randolph St., Chicago, keep thli paper on flic ADVERTISERS, 4 Ice Cream T« Make a NUMBER 51. To the Free and In- of Pembina N. D. The elections of the county may have some interest to you but nothing compared to your inter est in the low prices of summer Dress Goods at the Cheap Store. We must sell the balance of our light goods during the next few weeks and now we are placing all remnants on the counter and will run them at a bargain. Tou should call and see them. Pretty Embroidered Hankerchiefs at 5 cents each. Our men's 5-cent straw hats will soon be gone. Rush in and get 6 for 25 cents. Before we get in our new stock of shoes we will throw in a pair of black or tan hose with each lady, Miss and men's shoes for next 30 days. We still have a few boxes of tliat fam ous gunpowder tea at 25 cents. Pint, quart and gallon fruit jars on hand. ("HAS. FULL. H. A. MURREL, DEALER IN I Ms,Mectioierf, Tote an! Cigars. by the dish or bulk, at reasonable pric ,es, and of a flavor. FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES ON HAND. Bread, Gakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Every Pay. is natural to rectify it is benificial. If you have bought silverware or jewelry anywhere and got beaten, the experi ence is worth something. The satisfaction we will give you will be all the more pleasing by con trast. We have just enriched our stock by purchases of However good your taste, or moderate your purchasing ca pability, we can give you satisfaction. Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Hair Ornaments, Hat Pins, Thimbles, Silverware that is Silverware, etc. He Hi MILLER, The Jeveler*