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MAKQUETT, Mich., Oct. 21—Word comes from Grand Marias today that a fire occurred there Sunday morning. A. hotel, one dwelling aii'l two stores vera burned. Two lives wore lost in the hotel, names not learned. Henry Gamble, a prominent citizen, was shot at while the fire was burning but not hit. Loss not ascertained. Grand Manas is a lumber ing village on the lake shore half way be tween here aa^i Bault Ste Marie. SALT LAKE, Utah, Oct. 21—The judge charged the jury in the Clawson poligamy •case at 10 this morning. Jury still (8 p. im ,) out. CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Oct. 21—A mob last night hanged J. li. Dorsey, post mas er, at Alpine, Ga., a man aged 75, and Jane Wate, a prostitute, of Post Co., to the same limb and by the same rope for he murder of Mrs. Davis and her guest, C. C. Jones, near Alpine three weeks ago. MILWAUKEE, Wis.,Oct. 21—The repub lican state central committee announce tbi9 evening that Saturday Mr. Blaine will leave Chicago by special train at 9:30 :a. m., and make brief stops at Waukegan Kenosha and Racine, and arrive at Mil waukee at 1:30, where he will address the people, at the exposition building. CHICAGO, Oct. 21—Journal's Viroquat Wis., special: John Huschka, the Ger-, man farmer who murdered his aged wife Sunday, was found in the woods yester day his night clothes nearly froze to death and a raving maniac. He was placed in jail and when apparently ra t'tonal he told of the crime. During the night he committed suicide by hanging. OT. PAUL, Oct., 21—Late yesterday af ter aoon H.#B. Wilson, president of the stat normal board, submitted his bien nial report to the governor. Tutal en rolln tent in the different normal schools: Wino na 503, Mankato 502, St. Clout 1 370, givinf a total of 1,375. Total number ot gradua.tes to date 1,053. Winona asks for inc.'eased aid of $3,0^0, Mnnkato $4, 5)00, St. Cloud $3,300. CHICAGO, Oct. 21 Officials of the freight department on the Northwestern road say the management of that road will not submit to being ignored in the tripartite pool and will, if neccessary, go into the courts to enforce the fulfillment of the contract under which the pool was formed The Illinois Central and Michigan Cen tral have given up the fight for possession of three blocks on the lake front for depot purposes and will rebuild on the sight of the old depot at the foot of Lake street, whose ruined walls have been standing ever since the Are of 1871. PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Oct. 21—This evening fire in the storcage warehouse of Crew,Levick & Co., manufacturers of neats foot and lard oils destroyed the place. Loss not ascertained. ALBANY, N.Y., Oct. 21—Samuel Boone, •Gov. Cleveland's assailant, in an inter view today says he is a member of a (Catholic family and a thorough prohi bitionist. Justice Guttmann today ap pointed Drs. VanDoron & O'Lsary to ex amine Boone as to sanity. A Serious Fire. PnoviDENca, noon K. I., Oct. 21—This fore fire was discovered in the planing •mil, lumber and coal yard of J. F. Cot trel at Pawtucket. The yard was full of wood, the buildings full of al and the shefull of dry lumber. Aid was asked for and sent from this city and Central rails. The air was filed with glowing cinders which a still breeze blew over the Kwn and many buildings vere on fire before the alarm finished sounding. The buildings of the Pawtucket Coal Co. in the yard adjoining Cottrell also took fire, endangering many other buildings. Reynolds, a fireman, was knocked into the tire and seriously burned. Cottrel's I^Q ia anil ..ilipr losses bring the total up to $100,000. MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 21— The Pillsbury •A" mill made during the pist 24 hours 6,197 barrels of flour. The mill lias been making only 5,000 barrels daily for some weeks past and never before ha? been crowded to full capaciu. The flour made 51 car loads, the largest output ever made in the same time by any mill in the world- ST. PAUL. Oct. 21—W. H. Cas? plead ed not guilty tn the district court tins forenoon to the charge of stealing tern tickets from the auditors' office of the N. P. K. It. He was arrested in St. Louis and brought here for trial. He remained in the court room until everybody was leaving when he took a notion to leave alsoanrl has not since been found. STEELE* D. T., Oct. 21—The weather heie has been chilly and cloudy all day, having the appearance of snow, but the "heavy wind,from the northwest thi* afier ttoon droye the clouds away. lake, died this evening. didates for the legislature, and Hon. Alex Hughes, Dakota's Attorney General and other prominent gentlemen spoke. Ma jor A. E. Bovay, father of the republican party, the man who suggested the name of republican for the new party at a meet ing with Horace Greely in Racine, Wis., in March 1854, presided. All the speeches were enlogies of the national republican standard bearers and the patriotic senten ces were received with cheer after cheer amid playing of bands and waving of flags. At least forty thousand majority is expected for our delegate in congress and at least Are thousand for our legisla tive ticket. Northern Pacific OAalala. MILES CITY, Oct. 20—Northern Pacific officials passed here going west today. Mr. Oakes stated that he was well pleased with the stock and wheat freightage of the company. It fully equalled the esti mates of last fall and all the freight cars of the road are needed. The stock ship ments east will be fully 75,000 head this fall. One hundred thousand head have been brought here by the Northern Pa cific this season and probably 150,000 head have come over the trail to northern Montana. Cattle going east are in excel lent condition. Mr. Hannaford stated that six miles wide on each side of Beaver Creek will be reserved from sale in order to insure a good cattle drive toMcGinnis ville. Tlie same policy will be pursued on other streams. FARGO, Oct. 20—The weather baa been cold and threatening all day. No SBOW Skj still overcast. UTICA, N. 7., Oct. 29—The most dis astrous tire that ever visited aorthern New York broke out at Carthage at 11 a. m. te day and burned all the afternoon The fire began fr»m as ties thrown from Beadle's tannery which set Ire to Cot ton's planing mills. The flames spread rapidly to Ross' furniture manufactoiv, crossed the river to East Carthage catch ing upon Ginsts planing mill totally des troying factories and buildings. Esti mated loss a million dollars. Theie are not sufficient dwellings left to shelter the inhabitants. Sugar In Mexico. Sugar-cane was unknown to the An* cient Mexicans, who made syrup from honey and maguey juice, and sugar from cornstalks—much after the man ner so extensively experimented upon of late in the United States. Sugar-cane was introduced by the Spaniards from the Canary Islands—first to Santa Do« minigo, thence to Cuba, and soon after, by natural sequence, to Mexico. The lirst sugar-canes were planted in this country in 1520 by Don Pedro de Atienza. The first cylinders were con structed by Gonzalo de Velosa. The first sugar-mills, used at that time by the Spaniards, were worked by hy draulic wheels, and not as now, 6y horses. Baron ITumhoi/H in"l the will of Cortex, tells us that the conqueror left several flourishing sugar plantations near Cuyoacan, in the valley of Mexico, where now (owing, it is sup posed, to the cutting down of the trees) the cold is too great for one to grow. The hacienda of Atlacamulco, like many others, in Mexico, is a little king ilomwithin itself, quite independent of all the world. Its fort-like walls are sirong enough to stand sieges, and within them are buildings enough to form a respectable village. Beside the usual number, the liacicnda adds a house for boiling sugar, whose furnaces blaze night and day a house with ma chinery for extracting the juice of the cane, refining rooms, drying sheds, etc., all on the largest ancl most generous scale. This being also a coflee planta tion, there is a great mill for separating the beans from the chaff, sheds in w'nicB the coffee is drieil and assorted, and a distillerv where aguardiente (rum) is made from the refuse of the sugar mills. Men, peons and horses are counted by the hundreds here, and the owner is ab solute monarch of all he surveys. Be sides fields of sugar-cane stretching away as far as the eye can reach, are coffee groves containing fifty thousand voung and vigorous plants plains upon which unnumbered horses and cattle beside miles of uncultivated land quail and other small game hunting ground." About eighteen miles from Cwruavala are the telrnplc and fortress of Xochicaleo, one of the most remarkable ruins in Mexico. range, beside where deer, qn find a "happy The physicians fouud it necessaiy to amputate the limb todny as the only means of saving life and the mult piovcd fatal. He was a member of J. S. Killing's lumber compa ny, and a tan that stood high among business men. TKENTON, Ont., Oct. 21— The post of fice, telegraph office, New Cambridge taottl, Orange hall and ten stores in tbc village of Frankford were burned today. Loss not ascertained The Republic in Bally at Steel*. STKKIE, D. T., Oct. 21—A grand re publican ratification meeting was held here today at which Hon. O. S. Grifford, candidate for delegate to congress, Hon. Johnson Nickeus and W. Steele, can They lie upon a rocky eminence almost a league in circumference, which is cut into regular terraces faced with stone. The temple on its summit is seventy-five bv sixty-three feet in area, of hewn granite, beautifully sculptured, and was constructed in the usual pyramidal-ter raced form. But, sad to say, this tcni' pie of unknown gods, where pagan priests performed their sacrifices, has been desecrated by modern vandals, and is used as a sugar factory. In this fa vored region everybody's thoughts turn to sugar-making, as naturally as spoolw fly upward. It is asserted that here crops may be reaped within a year after the cuttings are planted.—Cor. fiineer-Press. SQblished, Fugh & Butterworth, Piummers & Tinsmiths, Manufacturer* and dealers in Tin, Sheet Iron and Copptr Waie, Stoves, Pumps, Sinks, Lead and Iron Pipe, Globe and Check Valves, Steam and Water Gauges and all kiuds of Brass and Iron Fittings. Hot air and steam heating a specialty. Orders from a distance will receive prompt attention. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA JAHESTOWN UABKETS. WHEAT. No. 1 hard per bu 55 HROVISIONS. Granulated sugar 10 lbs for $1 00 A sugar 10X 100 0 suaar ll 00 Rio coffee Fapan tea Kirk's i-oap Flour per 100 lbs Potatoes, per btisbel Host butter per lb Eggs, per dozen GOING EAST OA D" St. Paut A Care for Drunkenness. There is a prescription in use in En gland for the cure of drunkenness by wHich thousands are said to have been enabled to recover themselves. The recipe came into notoriety by the efforts of Mr. John Vine Hall, commander of tlte Great Eastern steamship. Ho had fallen into such habitual drunkenness that his most earnest efforts to reclaim himself proved unavailing. At last he sought the advice of an eminent physi cian, which he followed faithfully for sdveral months, that at the end of that time he had lost all desire for liquor, although he had been for many years led captive by a most debasing appe tite. The recipe which he afterwards and by which so many other runkards have been assisted to reform, is as follows: Sulphate of iron, twenty grains magnesia, forty grains pepper mint, forty-four drams spirits of nut meg, four drams. Dose, one table spoonful twice a day.—Toledo Olobt. -OK- D. C. BUCK'S WHOLESALE and BEAU. Where can be found the largest and best se lectsd stocks of General Merchandise between Fargo and Bismarck. Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes, Crockery and Glassware, IStc., Etc. Groceries and Provisions by the Car Load, and at close prices. 1 ....6 1 00 ...40 to 75cper lb 13 bars for 1 00 3 00 80 25 to 3 25 MEATS. Roast lb to 18 boil io to 12 Pork GOING WEST No matter which, the Northern Pacific IS T0UB LINE, As it will take yon In either direction botwrai ST.PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH, GLYNDON, MOOKHEAD, FAKliO, CASSELTONs VALLEY CITY, JAMESTOWN, M1N NEW A UK AN, (Devil's Lake.) MILNElt, LAMOU11E, BISMAKCK MANDAN, GLEND1VE, BILLINGS, E E N A Yellowstone National Park, DEER LODGE, BUTTE CITY, MIS SOULA, SPOKANE FALLS. WALLA WALLA, THE DALLES, PORTLAND, ORE., OLYMPIA, NEW TACOMA, SEATTLK The only day coaches The only Pullman Sleepers The only wining Cars BETWEEN ST. PAUL and Portland, OreJ Full information in regard to the .«vtue( Pacific line* can obtained FREE by ad1rc« ing CHAS. S. FEEt General Passenger Aeeiu.l St. Fan! Mjiin jyj" E CHURCH.—Rev. 8. N. Griffith, p* tor"Cot 5th ave. andPaciflcave Service* every Sabbath, at 10.30 o'clock a. tn. and7-.39p.ri HIGHLAND HOME CEMETERY. North A ST town. Office on Fifth avenue, sacs. Superintendent. OFFICIAL DLKECTORY. TERRITORIAL- OFFICERS. Governor, N. G. Ordwav.. Kecntary, J. H. Teller, Troaiurer, Wm, H.McV y, AnJItor. Geo. L. Ordwaj Sup'lof Ii ction, W. H. H. Beadle. COUNTY OF FICERS. SUariT, A. McKechnie, Clcfk and Register, L. B. 1 *iner. Treasurer, WT E. Manuflel. i. Assessor, Thoman s. Collii is. Probite Judge. H. J. Ott. Conner, J. T. Ease?. Surviyor.A. W. Lewis. Suj'lof Schools, P. H. Fi iley. Clef kof District Court, hades D. Hills. Coiny Commissioner*, hnson Nic^euf Eqd', Georue Woodbury. 15 to 20 Veal 20 to 23 Hams. Lard LUMBER. Common boards per $16 to Common dimension 18 to Fencing 20 to p~L£i3ing...• •:."•••••••••-•- "—-2U Shingles Dnluth Shingles Lath Brick Mine per bbl AMESTOWN 1.0) )GE No. ST. 22 22 40 94 00 3 50 8 50 12 00 1 75 ay evetOK at 7:30. CARLOS J. WARREN, D. S. X10040 for the n. e. w. X, ®. c. H- w. and nr. s. e. of sec. 4, tp. 139 n., r. w., and nans the following as his witnesses, viz Geor McGregor, Eno« Russell. H, Dewey and Arwr Dewey, all of Jamestown, in Stutsman sonatr,. T. Thrf jtimony bo taken before II. J. Ott, judjfj ad ex officio clerk of probate court in and for Sptnan coanty,D.T.,at Jamestown,Stutsman connr.i.T.. on the 22nd day of November, A.D. 1884,Itisofflcc. 1 HOBACE AUSTIN, ll sister. W. Kj 1D««, Attorney. 'W81 *81 "130 ''JJ "(I •n.nouaun.'ppaiBa imh apa -r smii 3iv "v isaaav N 19 A. & A.M. Regular commni lication first and thira edieiday evenings of eaci month. All Masonr in gorastanding ara cordial) invited to attend. I I i. A.ALLEN, W. M. A.jB. MCMILLAN, Secreta ry. XfpV BAPTIST CIIAP3 Sl^-Cor. 3d »ve and _i3l Visconsin St. J. II- Hurtman Pastor. Services each Sabbath at 10 '^Cu &. ra. and 7:45 p.m.8 8.14m. 8. B. JaCob a,-Superintendent. IO.O.everyJamestownev F. I odfie, No.31. |Iets Thursday eoine ,at 7.30 o'clock AH brehern in good standint cordially invited to visit us L. B. MINEE, N. G. FOR? L.T. MAKILTOX, R.S. J. J. Kierixno, V. G. SEWARD LODGE Mots every Friday So. 30 A- O.U.W. ven iHg at .7:00 p. m. in Masoni Hali, over First Nat ionsl baal c. Visit ing broiers cordially uvited F-r.. A i'AlRKiX URST. Itecorder. M.W. tTf& KNCAMPME NT, Ancien/ Order Eights of the Red Cross,, meets in It (asonic Temple Sir Knights from thcr Eocami ments cordialr nvited to visit nn. JJOTCE OF FINAL PROOF. Lad office at Fargt, D. T., Oct. 9th, 1884. Notir is hereby given that the following named settler as filed notice of his intention to make final prrf in snpportof hi* claim and secure final entry tereof on the 56th day ot November, 1884, viz AJUU03 U8 tnSJBJS P!B« JO JLJOTJS 1 3(30(3,0 oi 'W81 'iaqraa.u 'K Jit-AjaaMj aqj no oqi Xsp ot pu I5J ,-x a '•ijunou n«ui situs aAuno -ijxi» »3asa jo quou 'aao- tjjo aj[Ut( ooo diqsUAVot uj 'XjJtqj uotjs Hr jo ib 8»-qjnos aqj, 'psquDssp'ma laqt i9a«»aoq jo 3[Tli iq -pauiBjuoj uiajaq 9[Bs jo fftooqi jo anjjt.v £q pasopajo aq" him 8«3 pi 'saa .siaajojjB pus '«4S[[oa O0l-si I uv pus pajpanq euo joiutisom pisa an ftnpftoa si ai»q qsiqM uodn -saa3sdjji tn 'a '«!U!A1 uajiV 'V 5Jnq(V oj'SJOS I-Jjia 8U*f pus J(JUH J13IJIBJ iq pojn, •SS8I8 -Iif pai*p'aSBSjJotu uiBwoatijo Iipuj oqj ut aputn uaaqSuiABq iiaVdat 'annsoTaaaoj TIE OF FINAL PROOF. Itnd Office at Fargo, D. T., Oct, 16,1884. Iticas hereby given that the following named pr hs filed notice of her intention to make I prof in support of her claim and secure hnty thereof on the 2nd day of December, I viz: LIBBIE WHITE, Nc. 15817 for the n. w. of sec. 4. tp. 140 n, w., ind names the following as her witnes dz Purchase. C. Wade, John Hanley and T. Irich, ail of Jamestown, Stntsman county, |.e tertisony to be taken before Charles T. h, clerk of diatrict court, at Jamestown. D.T., he 29thday of Novcmbre.a. d. 1884, at his I VICTORIA, B. C. All points in] BRITISH COLUMBIA, and ALASKA,] SALEM, ALBANY, and ROSEBURG, ORE REMEMBEB That the Northern Pacititj Railroad runs Th® only Emigrant sleepers [Signed HORACE AUSTIN, Register. 19- IOTICE—TIMBER CULTURE. 3. LAND OFFICE. 3 Ro, Dakcta Territory, ")ctoberl4th, 1884. bmplaint having been entered at this office by Mes Uinhfield against Henry W. Phelps for re to comply with law as to timber cnltnre Iy No. ISO. dated Ortober 24, 1878, upon the lb-west quarter section 30, township 139, range f., in Stutsman county, Dakota Territory, with pw to the cancellation of said entry contest allegingthat Henry W. Phelps has not atanv plantec or (own to seed trees or cuttings than fire acres on said tract. That said lips has bailed to cultivate the few trees plant on said tract during the years 1883, 1883 and That to say there has been planted to Js, not m»re|than five acres since Phelps' entry, (t there if now on said tract not to exceed fifty all told. That said trees have not becncul Jted by aiy one since 1881. That no extension •been granted said Phelps in which to plant trees or cuttings. That said tract ia not cul tted or seids, timber or cuttings sown or plant Is reonmd by law. lie said pirties are hereby summoned to ap at thii office on the 10th day of December, ,atlOo')ock a.m., to respond and furnish Imony concerning said alleged failure, E.C. GSAB*T, Receiver. Ickeus Jt Baldwin, Attorneys. 19- BALDWIN, M. D. S.. HDRAKfc'. M. lysidans and Surgeons Dee openday and night, over Buck A Mil' a lAlao at City Drag Store. Fifth avenae soot ft. OTICE OF FINAL PROOF. Land Ofilce ut Fargo, I). T., Sept. 10, IKS'). Noice is hereby given tiiut the following named settlers have tiled notice of their intention to make final proof in Kupport of their respective claims, before Chae. T. Hills, at bis office 111 Jameft \vn. D. T., on the 27th day of October, 188-1, viz: MARTIN VANOERHENVAL, E No. 2495% for the nwX of sec. 28, tp 140 i:. r64w. Witnesses: Mathias Vogler, Lee Verrle gam, Jonn Veroegam. A. W. Kelley. all of Stuts man coanty, I). T. Viz: MATHIAS VOGLER, E No. 8409, for the sw of sec. 14. tp 139 n, 64 w. Witnesses: Lee Verdegam, John Verdegam. John Perrant, Martin Vanderhenval, all of Stuts man county, li. T. Final proof at this office Oct. 29th,1884. And you, Alex Lcffo, who made D. S. No. 4107. are notified to appear and show canse why paid Mathias Vogler should not be allowed to hi proof and payment as advertised. E. M. San ford, Att'y. First pubiicaUon, Sept. 35. JJJORTGAGE SALE. The certain mortgage executed by Geo. W. Vun ®°rtgagor, to Thomas Steel, morgagec, of date December 4.1883, and duly .recorded scc JJOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. HORACE AUSTIN, Register. John S. Watson, Attorney. First publication Oct. 9. JJOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. U. S. Land Office, Bismarck, D. T., Sept. 10, 1884. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in support of her claim and secure final entry thereof on the 22d day of Oct., 1884, viz: NETTIE M. WARREN, E No 1308 for the sejf of sec 4, tp 139, u, 67, w, and name* the lollowing as her witnesses, viz: W Cowan, of Windsor O, T, Arthur Wirt, Cleveland. I) T, John liana, Cievelana. Barney Gray, Cleveland, all of Stutsman County, D.T. The testimony to be taken before Ott, Judge ana es-omciu «ierk of probate court in ana tui Stutsman county, T, at Jamestown, Stutsman county, T, on the 18th day of October, A I) 1884. at hie office, JOUN A. RBA, Register. W. £. Dodge, Att'y. 13 Ot N OTICE OF FINAL PROOF. Land Office at Fargo, I) T, Sept. 9,*1884. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice ot his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and seenre final entry thereof on the 21st day of Octouer, 1884, viz: CHARLES ELLIS, S No 11333 for the neX of sec 14, tp 138, n, 65, w, and names the following as his witnesses viz: Frank Brown, Solomon Brown, Joseph Donegan, N Massey, all of Stutsman countv, T. The testimony to be taken before II Ott. jndjzft Andex-officio viertc*rr ~proHBte court in SUIT n,..» II *t JMIH—IOBfU. &UHs e»nntr T, on the 18th day of October, A 1884, ut his officc. yon, David Carton, who made S No 15667, for said tract, arc hereby notified to appear at «aid time and place and show caose, if any there be, why said Charles SJ lie eboaJd not be al lowed final entry of said quarter. HORACE AUSTIK, |^|OTICE OF FINAL PROOF. Register. W.E. Dodge, Attorney. 3a-Ct. Land Office at Fargo, D. T., Oct. Gth, 1884. Notice is hereby given that the following ni med settler has filed notice of his intention to nn ive Cnal proof in support of his claim and secure fin al entry thereof on the 17th day of November, 188 l.vii-: HENRY SLEIGHT, I) S No. 14486, for the nejf of sec 18, tp 141 n. 63 w, and names the following as his witnesses viz: Pe. ter Fried. Joseph Stine, William Diggins and John Stariba, all of Stutsman county, D.T The testimony to be taken before Chas. T. Hills. Clerk of the district court at Jame vtown. D. on the loth day of November, A. D. 1884, at his ofilce. And von. Besseit Dufley, who made S No. 7879, Mi iy 3d, 1881, upon said tract, are hereby cited to appear and show cause, if any there be, why cla imant should not be allowed to make said roof. IIoitACE AUSTIN*. Register. Jno. S. Watson, Att'y, First pub hcation, Oct. 0. J^OTICE OF FINAL PROOF. Land ofilce at Fargo, D. T., Aug. 23, 1884: Notice is hereby given that the following named se' tier has tiled notice of his intention io make final proof i.i support of his claim and secure final entry thereof on the 10th day of October, 1834 viz: A A HON T. LAWRENCE V. 9. No. 9316, i"or the swX of sec. 24. td 139 n, 03 w, and names the following as his witnesses: viz: Fred Wolver. Will/am Clark, Miller Watkins and Bush, all of Jjimestown, Stutsman coun ty. D. T. "The testimony to beta£en before Chas Hills, «ilerk of the district COHIX at Jamestown, Stut snn.il county, T, on the 7i.' day of October, A 3884, at his office. ai-6t HOBAQP ,AUSTIN", register. EPPINGER'S oste-W I3L0THIG HOUSE! Has received his new stock of Ll'THING, HATS. CAPS. BOOTS. SHOES, iENTS' FURN'G GOODS. TRUN KS & VALISES, nrhich wr.C be 'Id lower than the lowest, o* a tr. al and be convinced. APRIZE. JJOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. the office of register of deeds in and for Stutsman county, D. T., on Dec. 7tn, 1883, at 4:80 o'clock p. m.,.in book B, of mortgages, on page 610, upon which there is now due and unpaid the sum of ten hundred and eighty-three and 30-100 dollars, and fifty dollars attorney's fees, will be foreclosed by virtue of the power of sale therein contained, by sale of the mortgaged premises to-wit. The 6ouih onj nineteen (19), tp. one hundred and forty-one (141), range sixty-three (63), in otutsman county, I). T. also lot lour (4) in block thirty-four (34) of the original plat of the city of Jamestown, I). T., at public auction, by the slier of said Stutsman county, or his deputy, on the .i. November, 1884, at 2 o'clock, p. m., at the front door of the court house of said Stuts man county. THOMAS STEEL, Mortgagee. First publication Oct. 9. Land Office at Fargo, D. T., Oct. 7th, 1884. rlotice is hereby given that the following named settler hat filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and secure final entry thereof, on ihe 17th day of November, 18H4, EDWIN COLBY, No. 9381. for the e% nwii and eX ewli of sec. 18, tp, 138 n, 62 w, and names the follow in as his witnesses, viz: Lewis Kline, Ilenry Sheffer, J. B. Hartis, and ilayard iJ rough ton, all of Stutsman county, D. T. Give M.EPPINGER Grand Central Block, opposite Freight Depot. Send six cents for postage, and re ceirefree. a costly box of goods •which wii'l help all, of either •ex, to more mcney right a-way than anythingelm io Ifcia world Fortunes await the workers abso Alutetj sore-At once address True A Co ngn«t^Main«. t#-wly Land Office at Fargo, D. T., June26,1684. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to maUo final proof in support of his claim and secure linai entry thereof, on the 28th day of Octolier 1884. vt/.' JOSEPH F. CANSE, E No. 14501 for the sw X, ot tec. 30, J4i n,r65 w, and names the following as hit- \vn nesses, viz: George C. Eager. F. J. Bennett, George Ben nettand A. A. Allen, all of Stutsman "County D. T. The testimony to be taken before Charier Hills, clerk of the district court, at Jamestown, T., on the 25th day of October, office. HORACE ACSTIN, Register. A. First publication Sept. 18. 111 D., 1884, tit J.t» HORACE AUSTIN, registei. Abstracts. I have at great laoor and expense pre pared abstracts of all lands in Stutsu.au County, and have nearly completed ab stracts of all townsites and additionx Connected with these books is a Grant e' Iudvx, something heretofore unknown ,*i this County. I shal be pleased to show these books to, and search for any tiran tee's name for any resident of btuttiiiiHn County free of charge. L. B. MINER, 163-lm-wktf Register of Deeds ORTGAGESALE. Whereas default has been made in the conai tions of a certain mortgage executed and deliver ed by Robert E. Wallace, mortgagor, to Frank M. Conehay, mortgagee, dated January lOili, A it 1884, and reeoraea as a mortgage in the office of the register of deeds, of the county of Stutsmai. in the territory of Dakota, on the 10th day of at. uary A. D. 18&4, at 4:15 p. m., in Book G, of mori gages, on page 50, on which there is claimed to Ix due at the date of this notice the amour.t of four thousand three hnndred dollate ($4,300) and no action or proceedings has been instituted at law or in equity to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, o,' any part thereof. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage, and of the statute in tncli case made and provided, the said mortgage wt!l be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, which Mile will be made at the front door of the court honse in the city of Jamestown, ir. the county of Stutsman and territory of Dakota, at public auction by the sheriff of said county, on Saturday, the 15th day of November A 1884. at 1" clock in the forenoon, to satisfy the aironrt which sha'l then be due on said mortgage, w'.th interest thereon, and costs and expenses of pale, and one hundred and fifty dollars ($150) atiorr.ey' f*es, as stipulated in said mortgage in cast* cf foreclosure. The premises described in said mortgage and to be sold are described therein as follows: Lo" number ten (10) in block number thirty-one (31) the original town of Jamestown, Dakota, togetli'i with all buildings and other improvements sittnt ed thereon. (The intention or this instrument and the foregoing description is to convey the store building and the appurtenances therecnto belonging, together with the lot on which it stand* that is just east and abutting upon the First Na tional bank building, in the city of Jamestown. Dakota.) Also a part "f lots number eleven (11) and twelve (12) in said block number thirty-one (31) in the original town of Jamestown, Dakota more particularly described as follow*, lo-wit: Commencing ac a point in the east line of Fourth avenue, twenty-five (25) feet south of the north west eorner of eaid lot number twelve (12), thence running south twenty-five (25) feet, thence run ning east fifty (50) feet, thence running north twenty-five (25) feet, thence running westfiftv (50) feet to the place of beginning. The intention of thu instrument and this latter description is to convey.' the Btere building and the land cm which it stands' that lies just south of said First National Bank: building, and abutting thereon, together with rho appurtenances thereunto belonging. Dated Sept. 18 1884. FRASK M. CONEHAY Roderick Rose, Att'v. First publication Sent. 18. Mortgagee.. OTICE OF FINAL PROOF. Land Office at Fargo, D. T., Sept 27th 1S84. Notice is hereby given that the followtr.it named settler has filed notice of hi* intentini, ro» make final proof in support of hi"claim and *o enre final entry thereof on the 10th day of No« vemher. 1884, via: CHARLES O. FRANCIS. HE No IMOl for the swff or sec 14, tp 14Va» w» ®nd names the following as his wltneflNi Cnyler Adams, Henry Mattison, John FraiW and Richard Piatt, all of Stutsman county XL Z- be taken be,ore Jno. S. watson. Attorney. First publication October 2d. J^OTICE OF FINAL PROOF. Chas. -JT. Hills, Clerk of the district court Tor Stutsman oo I' TT"%51 ame«t°wn on the 8th day of November, A. D, 1884. at his office. HOBACE AUSTIN, Register. XT faPd °®ce »t Fargo, T, 8«pt. 8,18S4. Notice is hereby given that the following namef settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his clsim and secure fina. entry thereof, on the 18tb day of October 1884. vir JOSEPH L. KERR, II E No. for these V, of sec. 32, tp, .it n, r68w, and names the following as his wit nesses, viz: Elbridge Horn, Charles Evens, John Vei. nnm, A Langworthy, all of Stutsman county The testimony to bo taken before Ott, Judgo °f probate court, in ana for Stutsman County. D. T., at Jamestown, Stntsman county D. T. or the ISth day of October, A. D. 1884, at his office. HOBACE AUSTIN, Regist.-r. Geo. W. Vennum, Att'y. First publication Oct, 2. OTICE OF FINAL PROOF. N Land Office at Fareo, T. Sept. 22,18b4, Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in support of her claim and securu final entry thereof on the 8th day of Novcmbei. 1S84, viz: ADRIANA HENDRICKS, S No. 13481, for the nej of sec. 6, tp. 13s c. 64 w, and names the following as her witnesses, viz: Verdegam, Martin Vandinhewd, John Dea and John Severn, all of Jamestown. T. The testimony to be taken before Chas. T. Eilis, :lerk of the district court at Jamestown, Stnts man county, T, on the 1st day of NOT., A 1 1884, at his oflice. And you. Peter Paduii, who made S No. 909i, Dec. 22. 1881, and you Thomas Johnson, who made S No. 12117, Dec. 23, 1882 and you Ai phonzo Hendricks, who made S No. 11217, Aug 10. 1882. all upon the above described land, are hereby notified to appear at the above mentioned time and place for taking testimony, hnd state rea sons, if any, why claimant should not be allowed lo make final proof. HORACE AUSTIN. Registei First publication Sept. 25. JJJORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE. By virtue of the statute in snch case made and provided, and of the power of sale contained in that certain mortgage executed by David Cnrtig, mortgagor, to Chester H. Davis, mortgagee, dated March 26th. 1881, recorded in the office of the rec ister of deeds for Stutsman county, Dakota tem tory. April 2d, 1881, at three o'clock p. m., in book A of mortgage deeds, pages S64 and 865. which said mortgage was assigned October 21«tl 18S2, by Chester H. Davis to Charles L.Flint, of the county of Suffolk and state of Massachusetts, which said assignment was dulv recorded in the office of the register of deeds of Stntsman county Dakota territory, on February 39th. 1884, at font o'clock, p. m.. in book of mortgages, on page 500. on which mortgage there is claimed to be due and there is due at this date, the sum cf three hundred and seventy-eight dollars and thirty-five cents, and no action or proceed ing has been had at law or in equity to recovc the debt secured by said mortgage or any «hr. thereof notice is hereby given that said mortsTaci will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, at public vendue b» Sheriff of said S'utsman county. Dakota Territo ry, at the front door of the court house in the city of Jamestown, in said county and territory on Saturday, the 15ib day of November 1884 at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, to satisfy the amount which shall then be due on said mortage debt ant! interest thereon, and costs of sale and fifty d^lif r as attorney's fees, as stipulated to be paid in sain mortgage in the event of a foreclosure. The prem ises to be sold are described as foliows,towit: be south half of the couth east quarter of st ction numbered thirty one, in township numbered one hundred and forty north, of range numbered sixty three west of the fifth principal meridian, lying and being in the county of Stutsman, and trm tory of Dakota. Dated September 24th, 3884 CHABLKS. I,. FLIRT, Assignee of Mortgage. Berryhill A Davison. Att'ys for Assignee of Mortgage. 104, East 3d Street. StPaul. Mian Firatpoblication. Sept. 25.