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FRIDAY, NOV. 9,1888. It. is said that the Northern Pacific has reduced expenses enough the past few days to save £800.000 per month. There is every indication that North Dakota is to have a railroad boom next vear unparalleled in the history of the 11 the highly civilized people of Mas- f»a.'llUSettS are through with their elec- tioil it is to he hoped they will send out a burial squad aiul have the bones, skulls. I intestines and other rejes that tliey have been shymg at eachothei for some weeks decently interred, it The heavy migration from Manitoba to Dakota is attributed partially to the fact tu:it settlers on this side of the line get much better prices for their grain. The fanner in .Manitoba hauls his pro dud thirty or forty miles to his shipping point and gets nineteen cents a bushel for oats and sixty for wheat, while his neighbor on this side of the line hauls the same distance and gets from twenty' to forty cents more per bushel. This is the way it is stated. General Manager llaupt.of the North ern Pacific railroad, resigned his posi tion the 1st of November, and the duties of general manager are temporarily per formed by Vice-President Oakes. Mr. Ilaupt gives as the reason of his resign ing that the policy of radical retrench. meut adopted by the company practically tied his hands, and prevented a proper running of the road. Four hundred and sixty men were recently discharged from the shops at Brainerd, and sweeping re ductions in force have been made at all points. General Ilaupt also stated that his office force had been cut down to a point which precluded efficient work, and under the existing circumstances he preferred to leave the services of the company. North Dakota's New Bishop. Kev. William B. Walker, bishop of North Dakota, was born in New York City in 1840, and at the age of twenty one years was ordained a minister of the Episcopal church. He entered Trinity school at an early age. and graduated from there he entered Columbia college in is*). During vacation he worked a retail store in New York as a sales man in order to procure money to defray his expenses at the college and get an insight into business methods, lie re mained four years in college, and after graduated and entered the ministry. He at once received an appointment as rec of Calvary chapel, which was then a small mission church. Ilis vigorous re forms in its management soon attracted attention, and the congregation grad ually increased in numbers, lie estab lished a mission school, a reading room and an industrial school for the children I of the poor, lie finally sold the old chapel building, and erected a church at a cost of $160,000. One feature of his church was the establishment of a busi ness room in it, where he met the busi ness men of his congregation and dis cussed their business affairs with them, liishop Walker has never married and will enter upon his new tield in a few weeks, probably taking up his headquar ters at Fargo. The CENTURY PROGRAMME for I883-'8+ The programme for the fourteenth year of thic magazine, and the third under the new name, in if anything more interesting and popular than ever. With evry season, The CVntur.v shows a decided -gain in circulation. The new volume begin* Willi .November, and, whin "possible, subscriptions should gin Willi iliut issue. The following are Mime of the features of the coming year: A NEW NOVEL BY GEORGE W. CABLE, author of "Old renle Days." etc.,-entitled "Or. Sevier," ai story ol New Orleans life, the time being the eve ot ihe late Civil War. "LIFE IN THE THIRTEEN COLONIES,"by Edward EgHiesun. separate inusli-aieil papers 011 subjects connected Willi the early history of this country.! THREE STORIES BY HENRY JAMES, of varying lenyins. 10 upp.-ar uirough liie year. THE NEW ASTRONOMY, uniechnii'iil articles, by l'roi. s. 1'. Lnngley. describing Ihe most interest ing ot IVcent discoveries in Ihe sun and stars. A NOVELETTE BY H. H. BOYESEN, author of "Oiiiniar." elc. A vivid and sparkling story. THE NEW ERA IN AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE, a seru t- ot papers descriptive 01 the bestwork ot Anusican architects in 1'iiblic Huildings, City and Counirv Ileuses, etc. To Ije profusely illustrated. A NOVELETTE BY ROBERT GRANT, author of "Conn ssions 01 a Frivolous Girl," etc., entitled "All Average 'Mali,"--11 story ot New York. THE BREAD-WINNERS, one of the most remark able novels ot ihe. day. 10 be completed in January. "CHRISTIANITY AND WEALTH," with other es says. by the auihor 01 "The Clu'istiun League of Connecticut," etc.. on the application of Christian morals to the pris phas.- of modern life. COASTING ABOUT THE GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE, a SII-KS 0 eiuei mining arncles, profusely illus trated. SCENES FROM THE NOVELISTS, Hawthorne. Oeiirg'- r.not. mid (.'utile. wuli authentic drawings. ON THE TRACT OF ULYSSES, the cord ol a yaetii-criiise 1" Hie .Mediterranean, ideniitying Ihe irack of I'lvsses.on his return from IheTrojanwar. "GARFIELD IN ENGLAND," extracts from his pri vate luurnal kept during a trip to Europe in 1H07. "THESILVERADOSQUATTERS," by Hubert Louis Stevenson, auiiiorot ".\cg Arab.an Nights.'' There will be papers on outdoor England by John liurioiigiis mid others, a beautiful illustrated *:-r.cs 011 llante, a number of pap. rs by the etni jicii Flench novelist Alphorse Handed, articles on art and areliieology by Charles Dudley Warnor :iiiO others, illustrate.) papers 011 sport and adven ture. fUort stories by the leading writers, essays on tlinelv •ulijects. etc., etc. Subscription price.. S-1,03 a year: single numbers »-i.Id everyw here at B5 cents each. All dealers re ceive .sulscrip iojis, or remittance may be made tiirvct to the j.u.blislurs by postal or express order, regirteseii letter, lunik check, or draft. IA1. OFF Kits. To enable iu subscribers to begin wirli the ilrst volume und.-r Tiie Century name, we make he tolloivijig sp.-cial offers: •Sew subscribers beginir.ug with November. 1HH8 jiiiiy oblain the i!agtt/.i ie for cue year from date, unci the t)Ve.nly-four previous Dinnhers. unbound, for f-'H,iM. Ifeg.iilar price for three years. gl-J.lK). Or. if preferred, a subscriptiou anil the twenty four numbers bound in four elegant volumes will ha luinishcd for li"gular prite. §16. THE CENTUO' CO. NK V-VojtK, N. Y. Northwest. I BILLIARD PAE.L0E. IN CONNECTION. doesn't take much to st.irt a pestilence. ISPRooms Singly or Ensuite.^ ()m. Ai.ry.?°™i8_- COOPERSTOWN, DAKOTA. H. C. FITCH, Proprietor __ -P],^ house. which has lint recently been opened to the public, is nil tliat can »'S 'flit? Prospector or the Commercial Man, to whom it especially caters. No expense has been spared in equipping this veritable Palace of the prairie, which now offers the fat of the land in its din- !il"1 traction for Sportsmen or men desiring a brief respite. HAVE YOU SEIE33ST that immense display of ALL & WINTER GOODS at the general store of NELSON & IANGLIE, Uurrell Ave. COOl'ERSTOWN, D. T. Our stock in the various lines of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing, Underwear, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, Fancy Goods, Groceries, Canned Goods, Provisions, Etc., Etc., Is complete, and if prices and quality of goods are an object to the buyer they will limi it an advantage to call. goods were purchased at unusual bargains through a personal visit to the wholesale markets and our customers can receive the advantage ol' these bargains. NEW STOCK. Moderate Charges. NEW RICS. DAVIS & CO, PROPRIETORS OF THE BURKELL AVENUE FEED AND SALE STABLES. :0: We respectfully announce to the public at large the opening of our stables in Cooperstown. Driving and work horses will he constantly on hand and for sale at inside figures. OUR LIVERY DEPARTMENT Is equipped with easy vehicles and fast traveling stock, with which we wait upon the public with reasonable prices. Special attention paid to the wants of Land Lookers. The "Household" Sewing Machine is now the leading machine in the market. Buchheit Bros, have the EXCLUSIVE SALE of this machine for Cooperstown and Griggs County. Ladies should give it a trial before purchasing a Sewing Machine. Needles, Oils & Attachments kept in stock. Old Machines Repaired- DEALERS IX General Farm,' Machinery, Etc., OOOrEliSTOWN. XOUTII DAKOTA. BXJinLiIDEPIS' A W A E NEW LINE AT THE IMUMBElFi YARD BOUGHT FOR CASH. Will be sold at Sanborn prices. Strong, cheap locks (not duplicated a specialty. FAIR CHARGES. PALACE HOTEL!I «iluNEKYI le comforts of a luxurious home in its apartments. Qame abounds in the vicinity, affording special at- desired by tlio Tourist DAVIS & CO. LEX HAM ELEVATOR & LUMBER CO. HOLLIDAY BEOS., -GENERAL DEALERS IN FAEM MACHINERY Champion Binders and Mowers, Casady Sulky Plows, MOLINE WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC. Will. Holliduy, Sunburn. J. F.llolliduy, Cooperstown. MRS. H. J.CURTISS, DEAUil! IN and FANCY GOODS. SAXHORN, DAKOTA. Ladies arc cordially invited to call and examine the stock. I tf^Booms on Third Street. JOEPH OGGARTH HAS OPENED A Wages, Repair & General Jabbing Shop. All work promptly executed. A cull #olicitea. OOOPERSTOWN, DAK. COOPERSTOWN MEAT MARKET! Andrew Johnson, A Kill I l.ine of Fresh and Salt MEATS, Salt & Canned Fish, Sugar Cured Hams, PICED ROLLS, ETC., Constantly on Hand. Highest Cash Price Paid, for Live Stock. We are determined to tjive the public en tire satisfaction, to which end we re spectfully solicit all to call. 4tf ANDREW JOHNSON. J. MYERS, (J. Painter, Grainer, and PAPER HANGER, COOPERSTOWN. DAKOTA. All Work in the Line of Painting, Graining, Kalsomining, Decorating, or Paper Hanging, done Expeditiously. All Work Warranted. 5tf A rial Solicited. J. S. RICKETTS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Special Attetion given tc Business before the U. S. Land Office. SANBORN, DAK. L. C. BOYINGTON'S PATENT AUTOMATIO CABINET FOLDING BEDS The most perfectly balanced FOT.DIXG BED In the world. Substantial, yet so llcht that, a child can open and close It with ease. They combine GREAT fcTRKNUTll. BEAUTY nn.l iTTIUTV. It is ttie VERV BKST, most compact, EASIEST FOLDED PETS, keeps the HEDD1NG CLEAN FROM DOST, and Is rnpld!y superseding all other bens In the 1'iimlliesof the rich and poor alike In all sections Send for Descriptive and Illustrated Circular. ot '''Mndi'Vn BCRF.A1', BRKSSIXOrASE, CAHVNBT, BOOK-CASE, »H»*S BOARD. and»RimO-DKNK MtylM. Factory & Office, 1465 State St. Chicago. fyir. pending for circular with prices, please nam® this putter. THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD. TO THE LAND EXPLORER, TO T11K BUSINESS MAN, TO THE FARMER, TO THE MECHANIC. TO THE LABORER, TO THE SPORTSMAN. TO THE TOURIST. TO THE MINER. TO ALL CLASSES For the Raining of Wliefct! For the liaising of Stock! For Ready and Cash Markets! For a Healthy Climate! For Sure and Good Cropg 1 For remunerative Investments! For Business opportunities! For Wierd Scenery! The Northern Pacific Country has no EQUAL. SAVE MONEY-XlBSSSSS ins them before getting ot train. Round Trip Ticket* are at all Ticket Offices to ail stations, reduced rates. Coupon Ticket* urt* Hold at Sanborn to all East* cm uud Northern point*, at lowest rates. Pullman Sleeping Cars without change on all trains from St. Paul and Elegant Horton Chair Cars on day trains, between Fargo and Mandan. These curs a're scuted with new reclining cbuirs and offer special atti actions to the traveler. Superb Dining Cars. without exception the finest on the continent, are un on all trains. First class meals 75 cents. CHARLES S. FEE, NOTICKOK FINAL PROOF.—Land Office at Fargo, I). T. October IS. 1883. Notice is hereby given tnat the following named settler has tiled notice of her intention lo make linal proof in support of her claim and secure tiu.-il entry thereof on the 11th day_of December, lxss. vix: Isabella Brown, D. S. NIL. 11561 fertile of 'j W J» s'e Jj and 4 of \v ii of section Hi, township 146 n, range, hS w, and names the following as her witnesses, viz: Samuel B. Lungford. John II. Montgomery. illiam Gimblett, James Waiker. all of Coopers town. Griggs county. I). T. The testimony of claimant and witnesses to he taken liefore John N. Jorgensi-n, clerk of the district court at Coopers town, Griggs county, D. T., on th- 4th day of Dec ember, A. D. 1888 ut his office. HORACE AUSTIN, Register. Wm. Glass, Attorney. oSCnSO. NOTICE OP FINAL PROOF.—Land office at Fargo. D. T., September 1888. Notice is hereby given that, the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and secure tlnal entry thereof on tne 33th day of November, 1888, viz: Karl B. Herrigstad, S No. 14488 for the )i of section 18. township H7 n. range fiO w, and names the following as his witnesses, viz: Jens Anderson, Lars Larson, Adolf T. Ilegre, and Tobias A. Trine, nil of Coop erstown, Griggs county, I). T. The testimony to be taken before John N. Jorgensen. clerk of dis trict court, at Cooperstown, Uriggs county. D. T., on the 10th day of November, A. 1). 1888 at his' office. And you. Leonard II. Field, who filed T. (!. No. (WOO on the 13th day of July. 1888. are here- I by notified to he and appear before the 1". S. Land Office, Fargo. I). T.. on the 13th dav of November, 18H3. and show cause, if any you havv. why said Karl i'.. llerrigstail should not be allowed to' make tinal proof and payment for said land. UOIIACE AUSTIN, Register. J. N. Jorgensen, Attorney. o5n9. XIITH BOF Ft\AI. I'uoop.—l.and oliice at i-'arjio, D. T.. Cctoberl. 1HSM. Notice is hereby uiven that, til following mum settler lias tiled nolico of his intention to make linal proof in support of his i: claim and secure linal entry thereof on the tfind day_of November, 1HS3. viz": Willis K. Wilsie. I). S. No I3S70forthe southwest quarter of section IS, township 145 11. raiifie Oil w. and names til" fol lowing as his witnesses, viz: Charles Ives. Alex ander Nichols. John Hush, Frank Sullivan, all of Coaperstow 11. Origgs county, D.T. The testimony to he I akin before John N. Jorgensen. clerk of Hi'.- di^triet ciai". at Cooperstown, Grijrgs comity. I). T.. on the 14th day of November. A. L). 18Hi at his blllcu. HORACE AUSTIN, Register. Campbell, Sabin & Co., Atty's. o5n!l. NOTICE op FINAI,HHOOF.—Land Office at Fargo October. IT. 1S83. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler lias tiled notice of his intention to make tlnal proof in support of his claim and secure tinal entry thereof 011 the 7th day or December, 1883, viz: Andrew H. llerg. 1.1 S No. 14314 for the 14 ut section 6. township 14T n, range 50 w, and names the following lis his wit nesses. viz: Andrear P. Rusten, Ole C. Thingel stad, Christian Johnson, Jacob Hanson, all of Ottawa, Griggs county. D. T. The testimony to be taken before John N. Jorgensen. clerk of'dis trict court at Cooperssuwn, Griggs county, D. T., on the 1st day of Dec. A. I). 1H83 at his office. HORACE AUSTIN, Register. Jacobson & Soritingard. o2Gn3o. NOTICE OF FIXAL PBOOP.—Land Office at Fargo, D. T.. October 17, 1883. Notice in herebv given that the following named settler litis filed notice of his intention to make flnul proof in support of his claim and secure linal entrv thereof on the 18th day of Dec. 1883. viz: Ole Tande, E No. for the ii section 4 ,V of Ji of section 5, township 148 n, range 59 w. and names the following as his witnesses, viz: Fingar Larson. Ole Aslakson, Torger (). Torger son. Ole Alfson, till of Ottawa, Griggs county. D. T. The testimony to be luken before John N. HklUlllll Minneapolis and Fargo and Du!uth for beauty voted excl"«lvely to the interests of the Farmer, and comfort these cars arc unsurpassed. Asst. Supt.Passenger Traffic, St. Paul Jor- gensen, clerk of district court, at Cooperstown. Griggs county 1). T., 011 the ljth day of Dec. A. D. 1883 at his office. And you, John Murray, who tiled 1) S No. ilHWi! on the 26th day of W j. are hereby notified to he and appear before the T.T. S. Land Office at Fargo, D. T. on the 18tli day of Dec. 1883, and show cause if any you have why said Ole Tande should not le allowed to make linal proof and payment for snid land. o2ttn30. llORACE AUSTIN, Register. .1 acobson & Serumgard, Attorneys. NOTICE or FINAL PROOF.—Land Office at Fargo. D. T., October 9, 1883, Notice is herebv given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make tlnal proof in support of his claim and secure linal entry thereof on the 11th day of Dec. 1883, viz: Moses F. Carleton. D. S. No, 14669 for the 11 of section eight, township 147 n, range 59 w, and names the following as his witnesses, viz: George Batliey, Herbert Cham berlain, Ilarman Husel, Nathan Siftou. all o.' Cooperstown, Griggs county, D. T. The testi mony of claimant and witnesses to be tuken before John N. Jorgensen, clerk of the district court, at Cooperstown. Griggs county, D. T.. on the 4th day Dec. A. D. 1883 at his office. ol9nS3 HORACE AUSTIN, Register. NOTICE OP FINAL PROOF.—Land Office at Fars o. D. T.. Nov. 2, 1883, Notice is hereby given that, the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make tlnal proof in support of his claim and secure linal entry thereof on the 37th day of Dec. 1883, viz: Knud Knudson, I). S No. 11236 for the of of section 26. town ship 146 d, range 58 w, and names the following us nis witnesses, viz: Nels E. Nelson, Ole Hal verson, Elling Olson Sever Halverson. all of Mar dell, Griggs county, D. T. The tsstinionv to be taken before John N. Jorgensen. clerk of the dis trict court at Cooperstown, Griggs county, I). T., on the 23d day of December A. D. 1883 at his office. HORACE AUSTIN, Register. Jacobson & Serumgard, Atty's. nfltUl. AMERICAN FARMER TO ALL OUR SUBSCRIBERS. 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