Those two files represent the last two days that the full data.ldb was zipped up. Just use the most recent. FYI- These files are created automatically each night by one of the developers.
The first status number is the number of records downloaded and processed. That number should only go up. The second is the number of records downloaded, but waiting to be processed by the wallet. That number should mostly go down over time, only increasing periodically as the wallet downloads new transaction info. You are waiting for when the first number reaches (or is at least close) to the total number of records on the network. You can check the current number at most of the block explorers such as nanowat.ch.
It has been a while since I ran the fast sync procedure. So it didn’t immediately come up with a high first number after installing the updated data.ldb file?
PS- The two status number should be equal or below the current the total number of blocks in the network. Yours is considerably higher. Can you please check that?
PPS- The initial sync is painfully slow (it can take a couple of days to complete), but that first number especially shouldn’t hold still for 5 hours at a time while there are records to process.