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Uilw.'ULFC, Shingles,
Telephone I'onnectiop.
RATS! RATS! RATS!
Who Said Rats?
Ice Water Given Away
With every sale of $10.00, at the
STAR CLOTHING HOUSE.
every
purchase of $10.00 worth of
goods at our store we will allow any person,
poor or rich, large or selall, old or young, a dis­
count of 10 per cent., and will guarantee not to
add an extra 15 per cent, for the Ice Water.
Nor will we add an extra 15 per cent, to enable
us to give presenis to one and blanks to another.
OUR GOODS ARE ALL MARKED
OUT IN PLAIN FIGURES.
Remember the discount of 10 per cent., and look
and look through our large and
elegant stock of
CLOTHING, HAT & SCAPS,
Soots dz Sixoes,
AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
M. Eppinger.
W" 1 "V I I .1 I .Ml 7 I Y.l
Farmers Attention!
J. W- GOODRICH
Is always to the front with the
latest improved
Farm Machinery
AXTD
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Farmers are requested to caJl at this well
known place of business on the corner of Front
st. and Sixth ave. and axamine his Implements
and Machinery.
READ THE FOLLOWING
Lists of the Gilpin Sulkey plow:
At Jniwstowii, Dako( i, Oct. -II11. the lollowiuji
GILPIN SULKY PLOW
ami Walking Plow, showing, as has been proved in hundreds of lieltl
ii'sls, that the (Jilpin, when properly operated, will do the same amount
of work, do it better and draw lighter, carrviiiii a man, than a] AValkin"'
I'low.
Walking Plow a furrow KixO inches, draft. 5GU pounds.
(iilpin, cutting a furrow lGxG inches, draft 50S pounds.
Difference in favor of tbe flilpin pounds
1\ FAJS'CHKK, W. KliSSKI.I,, W DENAILT,
Committee.
Munuffiuturer nml dealer in all kinds of I Repairing done promptly and reason
ah..
JT A •R.-N'ESSES.
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LIVERY AND FEED
If Firn ,lw, .t«y I
WIIN 1
lie result
blankets, cm
n,"k,! e(K"!
C""""
-A- EN" E
By J. A. MOORE.
Teams and Guides Furnished Lane Hunters
gATttaS A DTJRSTXOT,
WllOI.l.SAl.K AND RETAIL DEALE1SS-1N
SjisIi.
Building Paper.
i'AM ON vs AT Oc lt FFirE.*.TWO BLOCKS WKST OF OUAND CKN 1 lw\l.
('ill* Load fiOts 0 Spociiillj*
STABIIK.
"T?*?"-
Doors, J«iil(li»ss, ntul
OFFICIAL MltECTOltV.
TERRITORIAL OFFICERS.
Governor, N. G. Ordwav.
Secretary, J. H. Teller,"
Treasurer, Wm. II. McVey,
A alitor. Geo. L. Ordway,
Sup't of li rtion, W. II. II. lieadlr.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
Sliorif, A. McKechnie,
Clerk and Register, L. 15. MiIHT.
•Treasurer, w. IS. Mansfield.
Assessor, Thomas S. Collins.
Probate Judge. II. .T. Oti.
Coroner, J. T. Eaeer.
Surveyor,A. W. Lewis.
Sup't of Schools, P. II. Foley. I
Clerk of District Court, diaries IJ. Hills.
County Commissioners, Johnson Nic..«us,
•I. Eddy, George Woodbury.
JA.M.
A. (i. McMII.I.A.V, Secretary.
NEW
BAPTIST C'HAPEL—Cor. 3d ave and
Wisconsin St. .1. II. Ilartman .raster.
Serviree each Sabbuth at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45
t). in. S. S. 13 m. S. I. Jacobs, Sii|)erintendent.
D. C. BUCK'S
WHOLESALE and Pre Art.
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, Etc., Etc.
Groceries and Provisions by the Car Load, and
at close prices.
AMESTOWN LODGE NO. 19 A. ii
Regular communication first and thud
WedORsday evenings of each month. All Masons
in goal Manding ar« cordially invited to attend.
A. A.AI.I.EX. W. .M.
O. O. F. Jamestown Lodge, Xo.31.
Sleets every Thursday evening at 7.80 o'clock
brethrrn in good «tandin« cordially invited to
All bri
visit us.
ST.
L. B. MINEH. N.G.
L.T. HAMILTON'. U.S.
.1. I. XlRULINll, V. G.
TIORT SEWARD LODGE No. ICA.O.l'.W.
Meets every Friday evening at 7:00 p. m.in
Masonic Ilali, over First National bank. Visit­
ing brothers cordinllv invited.
F- I.. (iAZZALO. I. A. l'AUKIIVRST.
Recorder. M.W.
VlTl'S ENCAMPMENT, Ancient Order
Knights of the Red Cross, meets in Masonic
Temple. Sir Knights from other Encampments
eordlall nv'ted to visit us.
FIItST
PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCII. Oamef
town, D. T.,ltKV. N. D.FANNINO, Pastor.
Services in the new church, at 10:30 a. m.and7:£'
p.m., every Sabbath. Prayer meeting Wedne*
ity renins at 7:30.
MEtor.Coi
cnUROII.—Rev S. Gr'ffith, i«»
a
5th ave. and Pacific
ave Services or
every Sabbath, at 10.30 o'clock a. m. and7:30p.m.
nnnp Send sis cents tor postage, and re
fl|*K|/r ceive free, a costly box of goods
"ifcfc,,\vhich will hffp all, of either
sex, to more money right away than anythingelse
in this world.Fortunes awatt the workers nbso
A111 to I fUre'At once address Tiue «.' Co
ugus'a,
Maine. yJ-wly
GOING EAST
ou—
ING WEST
No matter wliteb. the
Northern Pacific RR
IS YOUR LINE,
As ii will take ynn in. either direction betweet
ST.PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS
DI7LUTII, OL^NDON,
MOOHHEAll, FAJKiO.
(ASSELTON,
VALLKY CITY, .JAMESTOWN. MIN
NEWAUKAN.
'Devil's Lake^
M1LNKK, LAMOUKE, MSMAKCK
MAN DAN, ULEND1VE,
BILLINGS,
E E N A
'ironstone National Park,
,jEEU LODGE, EUTTE CITY, MIS
SOULA, SPOKANE FALLS,
WALLA WALLA, T11E DALLES,
PORTLAND, ORE.,
OLYMPIA, NEW TACOMA. SEATTLE
VICTORIA, 1J.
Ail points in]
UKLi'lSll COLUMBIA, and ALASKA,
SALEM, ALBANY, nnl
KOSEBURG, ORE.
REMEMBEB That tbe Noft5icrn Puril.c
Railroad runs
Tin only Emigrant sleepers
The only clay conches
The only Pullman Sleepers
The only wining Cats
BETWEEN
ST. PAUL and Portland, Ore.
Full information in regard to the X«rtii«ii.
Pacific line* can eobtained FREE by addrcs
in( OHAS 3. FEE,
Manerat Pane nger Agent.
9uP*ol Mjno
th^u%. 4
CAR LOAD
oung Cows
FOR SALE.
Will be SOLD
For Casla.
or on TIMK with Good Security.
ADDRESS
HENRY YESSEY
Or call in person.
N
OTICE OE' FINAL PROOF.
The testimony to be taken before ll.J.Ott,
judge and ex ofllcio clerk of probate court in and
for Stutsmancounty,I).T.,at Jamestown,Stutsman
county, D. T„ on the 22nd day of November, A.D.
1884, at his ofttcc.
HOP.ACE ARSTIX, R?gistcr.
W.E. DODUL', Attorney.
FORECLOSURE.
rtEFAULT having been made in tho conditions
of a certain mortgage, dated July 8,1882, ex­
ecuted by Patrick Bnrk and Jane Burk. mort­
gagors, to Albert A. Allen and Willis E. Dodge,
mortgagees, upon which there Is now due and
unpaid tho sum of on« hundred and twenty-three
ana 75-100 Dollars, anil attorneys' fees, said mort­
gage will be foreclosed by virtue of tho power of
sale herein contained, by sale of the premises
therciu described, to-wit: The south-east quarter
of section thirty, in township one hundred and
forty-one, north of range sixty-four west, in
Stutsmau county, D. T., on the twenty-fourth day
of November, 1884. at 10 o'clock a. m., by tho
sheriff of said Stntsman county.
ALBERTA. ALLEN.
WILLIS E. DODGE,
Mortgagees.
Dated Jamestown, D. T., Oct. 18, 1884.
N
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land Office at Fargo. D. Oct, 10, 1884.
Notice is hereby given tliat the following named
settler has filed notice of her intention to make
tinal proof in support of her claim and secure
final jntry thereof on the 2nd day of December,
1884, viz
LIBBIE WHITE,
I). S. No. 15317 for the II. w. of sec. 4. tp. 140 n,
r. fi.1 w., and names the following as her witnes­
ses, viz
John Purchase. C. Wade, John llanley and T.
Goodrich, ail of Jamestown, Stutsman countv,
D. T.
The testimony to be taken before Charles T.
Hills, clerk of district court, at Jamestown. D.T.,
on the 29th dnv of Novembre, a. d. 1884, at his
office.
iSi"nedi HORACE AVSTIX. Register.
jyjOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
First publication Oct. 9.
2-2 'Jt
Land ofllce at Farpo.
1). T., October S4i.li 18H4.
Notice is h.'reby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim and sccitre final
entry thereof on the 18th day of Deccmbev, l.'iSI.
JOHN CORELL,
H. E. No. 11,187 for the north east quarter (nelj.)
of sec. 20, tp. Ill, n. of r. 63 w., and names the fol­
lowing as his witnesses, viz
Anton Lawrence, of Jamestown, Stutsman Co.,
0. T., T. F. Bradley, of Jamestown, Stutsman
Co., D.T., John Luck, of Spiritwood, Stutsman
Co.. D. 3'., J. J. Ncirling, of Jamestown, Stuts­
man Co., D. T.
The testimony iu the case to be taken before
Charles T. Hills, clerk of the district conrt, of
Stutsman Co., Dakota, at his office in Jamestown,
Stutsman county, D. T., on the 13th day ot De­
cember, A. D. 1884, at bis office.
HoiiAci: AUSTIN, Register.
R. Rose, Attorney.
First publication October 30th.
N
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land oilicu at Fargc, D. T., Oct.
Sill, 1S84.
Notice is hereby given that the followiag named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
tinal proof in support of his claim and secure final
entry thereof on the 20th day of November, 188*1,
*'Z CARLOS J. WARREN,
I). S. No. 10040 for the n. ii s. w. Ut s. e. .'i. s. w.
and s. w. .V s. e. )i of sec. -1, tp. 139 n., r, C-'l w.,
and names tbe following as his witnesses, viz
George McGregor, Enoch Russell. 11, Dewey
and Arthur Dewey, all of Jamestown, in Stutsman
county, D. T.
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
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10-
Land Office at Farco, D. T.. Oct. 20th, 18SM.
Notice is hereby given that the following aamed
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim and secure final entry
thereof on the 13th dav of December, 188-1. viz
HENRY M. TABER.
D. S. No. 16185, for tho eM nwV andw,'i ne^'
I of sec 14, tp 139. 64, wand names the followins as
his witnesses, viz
J. A. Atkinson, A.A.Allen, J. 11. Winslow,
Alfred Dickey, all of Stutsman County, D. T.
The testimony to be taken before Cnas. T. Hill,
Clerk of District Court at Jamestown, Stutsman
County, D. T..on the 10th day of December. A.
1884. at his office.
HORACE AUSTIN Register.
JOHN S. WASTON, Att'y.
First publication Oct.
30.18S4.
1). BALDWIN. M. D. S.. HDRAKF. M.
Physicians and Surgeons
Offlcc open day and night, over Buck A Mills
Store.
Alpo at City Drng Store, Fifth avenne sonlh.
Doctor Isaac Van Dcuseii,
(IIOMFFIPATHIC)
Physician and Surgeon.
Woman's and children's diseases a speci­
alty.
Office open day and night. 4Q Fifth
Avenue South.
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF, OTICE OP FINAL PROOF.
Land Ofllcc at Fargo, D. T., Sept. 10,1884.
Noice is hereby given that the following named
settlers have fllca notice of their intention to make
final proof in support of their respective .claims,
before Chas. T. Hills, at Ills office in Jamestown.
D. T., on the 27th day of October. 1884, viz:
MARTIN VANDERHUEVAL,
II E No. 3495H for the nwtf of sec. 88, tp 140 u,
rC4w. Witnesses: Mathlas Vogler, I.ce Verde
gam, Jonn Verocgain, A. W. Kelley, all of Stnu
man county, D. T. Viz:
MATHIAS VOGLER,
II E No. 3409, for the sw of sec. 14. tp 139 n, 64
w. Witnesses: Lee Verdeeam, John Verdegam.
John I'errant, Martin Vanderhenval, ail of Stnts
man county, D. T. Final proof at thii office Oct.
39th, 1884.
And you. Ale* Leffo, who made D. S. No. 4107,
are notified to appear and show cause why said
Mathias Vogler should not be allowed to make
proof and payment as advertised.
HonxcB AUSTIN, Register.
E. M. Sanford, Att'y.
First publication, Sept. 25.
The time for taking tbe testimony in the above
final proof is hereb vex tended to Nov. 3d 1881 be­
fore the said Chas. T. Hills and Nov. r,th 1884 at
this ofllce.
HOHACO AUSTIN Register.
ft|ORTGAGESALE.
The certain mortjra^e executed by Oeo. W. Vcn
ntim, mortgagor, to Thomas Steel, mortgagee,
of date December 4.1883, and duly recorded in the
onice of register of deeds in and for Stutsman
county, D. T„ on Dec. 7ttt, 1883, at 4:80 o'clock p.
m., in book D, of mortgages, on page 010, upon
which there is now due and unpaid the sum of ten
hundred and eighty-three and 30-1C0 dollars, and
fifty dollars attorney's fees, will be foreclosed by
virtue of the power of sale therein contained, by a
sale of the mortgaged premises to-wit. The south
one-half (h If) sec nineteen (19), tp. one hnndred
and forty-one (141), range sixty-three (03), in
Stutsman county, D. T. also lot lour (4) in block
thirty-four (34) of the original plat of the city of
Jamestown, D. T., at public auction, by the sher­
iff of said Stutsman county, or his deputy, on the
15tli day of November, 1884, at 3 o'clock, p. m.,
at the front door of the court house of said Stuts­
man county. THOMAS STEEL, Mortgagee.
Land Office at Fargo, D. T., Oct. 7th, 1881.
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 final
entry thereof, on the 17th day of November, 1884,
viz:
EDWIN COLBY.
D. S. No. '.681. for the c'S nw.1*' and ewX
of sec. 18, tp, 188 n, 62 w, and names the follow
in as his witnesses, viz:
Lewis Kline, Henry Sheffer, I. 15. Ilariis, and
Bavard Bronghton, all of Stutsman county, D. T.
Tlia testimony to be taken before Chas Hills,
clerk of the district court, at Jamestown, T,
on the 15th day of Nov. A D, 1884, at his office.
N
AT KLDULDdK,
IIor.ACK AUSTIN. Register.
John S. Watson. Attorney.
First publication Oct. 9.
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
IT. 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,
11 No 1308 for the seV of sec 4, tp 139, u,
C7, w, and names the following as her witnesses,
viz:
W Cowan, of Windsor O, T, Arthur
Wirt, Cleveland. 1) T, John liana, Cleveland.
Harney Gray. Cleveland, all of Stutsman County.
D.T.
The testimony to he taken before 11 Ott, Judge
and ex-officio clerk of probate court in unU for
Stutsman county, T. at Jamestown, Stutsman
county, T, on the 18th dnv of October, A
1884. at his oflire,
N
JOHN A. REA, Register.
W. E. Dodge, Att'y. 13-tit
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land Office at Fargo. T, Sept. 9,21884.
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 secure
final entrv thereof on the 21ft dav of Octoner,
1884, viz
CHARLES ELLIS,
S No 11333 for the neif of sec 14, tp 138, n,
65, w, and names the following as his witnesses
viz:
Frank Brown. Solomon Brown, Joseph
Donegan, N Masse?- allot Stutnnan county,
T.
The testimony to be taken before II Ott,
jndge and ex-officio clerk of probate court in and
for Stutsman county, T, at Jamestown, Stats
man county T, on the 18th day of October, A
1884, at his office.
And you,-David Carson, who inado S No.
15667, for said tract, are hereby notified to appear
at said time and place and show cause, if any
there be, why said Charles El lis should not be al­
lowed final entry of said quarter
N
HOKACK AVSTIX. Register.
W E. Dodge, Attorney. 13-6t.
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land Oflice at Fargo, D. T., Oct. 0th, 1884.
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
final entry thereof on the 17th day of November,
188-1, vi
HENRY SLEIGHT,
S No.l448*, for the neii of sec 18, tp 141 n, r63
w, and names the following as his witnesses
viz:
Peter 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 stown. D.
on the 15th day of November, A. D. 188-1, at his
office.
And you. Besseit Duffcy. who made S No.
7879, May 3d, 1881, upon said tract, are hereby
cited to appear and show cause, if any there be,
why claimant should not be allowed to make said
proof.
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land office at Fargo, D. T.. Aug. 23, 1884:
Notice is hereby given that the following named
so'tier has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim and secure final
entry thereof on the 10th day of October. 1884 viz:
AARON T. LAWRENCE
1. S. No. 9216. for the sw of sec. 24, Id 139 n,
63 w, and names the following as his witnesses:
viz:
Fred Wolver, William Clark, Mtllcr Watkins
and Bnsh, all of Jamestown, Stutsman coun­
ty. D. T.
The testimony to be taken before Chas Hills,
clerk of the district court, at Jamestown, Stut«
roan county. 1 T, on the 7tl\ day of Octobcr, A
1884, at his office.
U-6t IIottACE AVSTI N. Register.
mOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land Office at Bismarck. D. T.. Oct 25th, 1884.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
llnil proof in support of his claim and sccure final
entry thereof on the lltli day of December. 1884.
HERBERT M. LA BARRF.,
D. S. No. 1504, for the mv of sec. 2. tp 137, 67
and names the following as his witnesses, viz
Jacob Yeagcr, John Meisel, Paul Smoker, Wil­
liam Bott, all of Stutsman Conntv, D. T.
The testimony to be taken before Chas. T. Hills,
Clerk of District Court at Jamestown, Stutsman
County, D. T., on the 8th day of December. A. D.
1884, at his office.
been
seed
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IIor.ACK AUSTIN, Recister.
Jno. S. Watson, Att'y.
First publication, Oct. 9.
JOHN A. REA. Register.
First publication Oct. 80,1884.
^OTICE-TIMBER Cl'LTl'RE.
r. S. LAND OFFICE.
Fargo, Dakota Territory.''
October 14th, 1884. 3
Complaint having been entered at this office by
Charles Hirshfleld against Henry W. Phelps for
failure to complv with law as to timber cnltnre
entry No. 1780. dated October «, 1879, upon the
sontb-west quarter section 30, township 139, range
63 w., in Stutsman county, Dakota Territory, with
a view to the cancellation of said entry contest­
ant alleging that Henry W. Phelps has not at an*
time planted or sown to seed trees or cuttings
more than five acres on said tract. That said
Phelps has failed to cultivate the few treeapl ant­
ed on said tract during the years 19%, 1888 aad
1884. That is to say there has been planted to
tr-es, not morejthan five acres since Phelps' entry.
That there is now on said tract not to excced fifty
trees all told. That said trees have not been cul­
tivated by any one since 1881. That no extension
has
granted said Phelps in which to plant
trees
or cuttings. That said tract ia not cul­
tivated or seeds, timber or cwttings sown or plant­
ed as rea uired by law.
The said parties arc hereby summoned to ap­
pear at this offlc* on the 10th day of December,
1884, at 10o'clock a.m., to respond and famish
testimony concerning said alleged failure.
R.C. G*AB*T. Receiver.
Niclnu Baldwin, Attorneys. it-
11^
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
-'i
Land Ofllce at Fargo, D. T., Sept 17,1881.
Notice is hereby given that the following numi4
»ct tier has filed notice of his intention to malw
final proof in support of his claim and secure dual
entry thereof, on tbe 38th day of Octolnr 1884. vies
JOSEPH F. CANSE,
11 No. 14501 for the aw X, of sec. 3u, i|. .41
n.r05 w, and names the following a* ins w\t*
iiesses, viz:
GeorgeC. Eager. F. J. Bennett, George Hciu
nettand A. A. Allen, all of Stutsman Counr,
D. T.
The testimony to be taken before Chailes
Hills, clerk of the district court, at Jamestown. i».
T., on the 25tli day of Octobcr, A. D.. 18W, at i.
office.
Notice IH hereby given that, by virtue of powei
of sale in aaid mortgage,and of the statute in end.,
ease made and provided, the said mortgage will
be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged,
premises therein described, which »al'»
will be made at the front door of tin*
court house in the city of Jamestown, in :!i
county of Stutsman and territory of Dakota, a
pnlilic auction by the sheriff of said county, on
Saturday, the 15th day of November A 1884. at I"
o'ciock in the forenoon, to satisfy the amouri
which shall then be doe on said mortgage, t!i
interest thereon, and costs and expenses of «al-,
and one hnndred and fifty dollars ($150) attorney
fees, as stipulated in said mortgage in case
foreclosure.
The premises described in said mortgage and tu­
be sold are described therein as follows:
number ten (10) in block number thirty-one (31) .iV
the original town of Jamestown, Dakota, togcthn
with all buildings and other improvements situat
cd thereon. (Tne intention of this instrument
and the foregoing description is to convey the
store building and the appurtenances therer.r.tir
belonging, together with the lot on which ft stand*
tliat is just east and abutting npon the First Na
tional Hank bnilding, in the city of Jamestown,
Dakota.) Also a part
of lots number eleven (lt
and twelve (13) in said block number thirty-OIIK
(31) in the original town of Jamestown, Dakota
more particularly described as follows, to-wit:
Commencing at a point in the east line of Fourtn
avenue, twenty-five (25) feet south of the north­
west corner of said lot nambcr twelve (14), thence
running south twenty-five (25) fcei, thence run
ningeast fifty (50) feet, thence running north
twenty-five (35) feet, thence running west lifty (50
feet to the place of beginning. The intention of this
instrument and this latter description is to convey
the store building and the land on which it stands,
that lies just south of said First National Bank
building, and abutting thereon, together with Mu
appurtenances therennto belonging.
Dated Sept.
18 1884. FRANK M. CONEHAY.
Roderick Rose, Att'v. Mortgagor.
First publication Sent.
18.
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
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Land Office at Fargo, D. T., Sept. £j|li 1884.
Notice is hereby given that the •bllowii v.
named settler haa filed notice of his intention -n
ma kc final proof in support of hisclaim and sc­
cure final entry thereof on the 10th day of No­
vember, 1884, viz:
CHARLES O. FRANCIS,
II E No 13401 for tbe sw,V of sec 14, tp 140, u,
62, w, and names the following as his wimeso-.
viz:*
Cuylcr Adams, Henry Mattison, Joliu Fran.e
and Richard PJatt, all of Stutsman comity '!.
The testimony to be taken before Chus. '1
Hills, Clerk of the district
conrt for Stutsman co
D. T., at Jamestown on the 8th day of Novem IP:
A. 1), 1881. at his office.
Land Office at Fargo, T, Sept. •*:. ISM,
Notice is hereby given that the following naicui
wilier has filed notice of her intention to make
final proof in support of her claim and seem
final entry thereof on the 8th day ef Novembri
1884, viz:
ADRIANA nENDIUCKS,
S No. 13451, for the neii of sec. 6, tp. l'i-* i.,
64 w, and names the following as her \viinesir».
viz:
Ycrdegam, Martin Vandinhewd, John Vci
and John Severn, all of Jamestown. T.
The testimony to be taken before Chas. T. tlmv
lerk of tbe district court at Jamestown. Stuts­
man ronnty, T, on the 1st day of Nov.. A
1884, at his officc.
And you. Peter Paduli, who made S No. 90n-..
Dec. 22. 1881, and you Thomas Johnson, who
made S No. 12117, Dec. 33, 1883 and you Ai
phonzo Hendricks, who mad* S No. 11217. AUK.
10,1882.
all upon the above described land, an-
herebv notified to appear at the above mentioni-il
time and place for taking testimony, and state tea
sons, if any. why claimant should not be allowed
to make final proof.
^C1
HORACE ADSTIN, regwitei.
First publication Sept. 18.
ORTGAGE SALE.
Whereas default has been made in the coiiuif
tions of a certain mortgage executed and delivco
ed by Robert E. Wallace, mortgagor, to Frank .\l«
Conehay, mortgagee, dated January 10th. A it
1884, and recorded as a mortgage in the offiev of
tiic register of deeds, of the county of Stutsmui.
in tbe territory of Dakota, on the 10th day of Jai
nary A. D. 1884, at 4:15 p. m., in Book G, of mor
gages, on page 50, on which there is claimed to b«
due at the date oUthis notice the amoui.t of
four thousand Three hundred dollai*
($1,300) and no action or proceeuir.K*
ban been instituted at law or iu enuit
to recover the debt secured by said mortgage.
auy part thereof.
HORACE AVSTIN. Registri.
Jno. S. Watson, Attorney.
First publication October 3d.
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
N
Land Office at Fargo, T, Sept. 8, l&M.
Notice is hereby given that the following uamen
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim and secure fina.
entry thereof, on the 18tb day of October l&M, viz-
JOSEPH L. KERR,
E No. for theses, of sec. 32, tp, .ri
n, rC2w, and names the following as li* w1
nesses, viz:
Elbridge Horn, Charles Evens, John ei.
ntim, I) A Langworthy, all of Stutsman county.
DT
The testimony to be taken before Ott, Judge
of probate court, iu and for Stutsman County.
D. T.. at Jamestown, Stutsman county D. T. or.
the IStli day of Octobcr, A. D. 1884, at his office
HORACE AVSTIS, Regist.
Geo. W. Vennara, Att'y.
First publication Oct, 2.
HORACE ArsTts. Register
First publication Sept.25.
ORTG AGE FORECLOSURE SALE.
By virtue of the statute in such case made iui
provided, and of the power of sale contained in
that certain mortgage executed by David Curtui.
mortgagor, to Chester H. Davis, mortgagee, dated
March 2tith. 1881, recorded in the office of tin- re^
ister of deeds for Stutsman county, Dakota :.-rri
tory, April 3d. 1881, at thrae o'clock
the county of Suffolk and state of Masssrliu-e't.*
which satd assignment was daly recorded .tie
office of the register of deeds of Stutsmar. ountv
Dakota territory, on February 19th, 1884. a: 'o-n
o'clock, p. m., in book of mortgages, r.i. ict^e
500. on which mortgage there is claimed tw- iur.
and there is due at this date, th? »uii. .)i
three hundred and seventy-eight do,.air ami
thirtv-five cents, and no action or pruned
ing lias been had at law or in equity to reccw
the debt secured by said mortgage or nr.v v-ir
thereof notice is hereby given that said mor gaL-i
will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgagee
premises therein described, at public vendue
Sheriff of said Stutaman county. Dakota Territo
ry, at tbe front door of the court house in the city
of Jamestown, in said county mad territory, oil
Saturday, the 15ih day of November 1884 at cloven
o'clock in the forenoon, to satisfy tbe araouui
which ehall then be due on said mortage debt ami
interest thereon, and costs of sale and fifty rtolui
as attorney's fees, as stipulated to be paid in saic
mortgage in the event of a foreclosure. Tbe prem­
ises to be sold arc described as follows,towit: llir
south half of tbe south east quarter of secum,
numbered thirty one, in township numbered one
hundred and forty north, of range numbered fx'.*
three west of the fifth principal meridian, lyiiut
and being in the connty of Stntsman. and tern
tory of Dakota.
Dated September S4th. 1884
CBAKI.ES. L. FLINT
Assigaee of Mortgage.
Berryhill A Davison.
Att'ys for Assignee of Mortgage.
104, East 8d Street. St.Tan!. Mit».
FirstpnblicatiOB. Sept.
North«rm nciflc BalltoM.
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