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Iff'* jfH*5 jJ" 4/W 5 Wt'it fer 'h\* its-i'Vi i^tt- FM Sx$lt A w»A. i', 4 IS* i-., .• '^J.aSrr I'/? 8® A 1 m. IORS ALARMING JUST NOV. *. —. ff /ARE THE YELLOW FEVER REPORTS Vi^V !. *V2 FROM FLORIDA. I Wmmw Vnr OHM Dmltp AT Tmp»~ KwriUiliU Ii-fili' Dm to Pr*Nnt TH* DISMM TTM IprMdlif—NI 8lr*A «f Paste at AD}of Ihi Towns at Proa $ WASHINGTON, Ang. 8.—Yellow fever xaporta from Florida are more alarming. Jbar new cases have been reported at Tampa. Everything is being done to prevent the spread of the disease. There are at present no signs of a panio at any point. ... DETAILS OF THE DEAL Mvm tb« Manitoba Govarnmant and i. tha Vortharn PMIIO. WINNIPEG, Aug. 3.—The text of the agreement with the Northern Pacific as asiged by the government and railroad eqjnpany is made public. It provides for the maintenance of maximum rates from the province to Duluth on wheat and certain other classes of freight This rate, it is understood,' is considerably lower than the Canadian Pacific rate from Winnipeg to Port Arthur. The agreement also distinctly stipulates that the Northern Pacific shall not enter into any pooling arrangement with the Canadian Pacific road. It is stipulated that instead of $5,000 a mile guarantee the government is to guarantee |6,500 at 5 per cent, for twenty-five instead of twenty years the latter period being the period stipulated In the act. The gov «rnment will only have to pay.interest in the event of the road not paying more than running ex peases. All over that goes to pay inter est. The agreement is only a provis ional one. The Manitoba legislature is to be called for Aug. 28 to confirm the agreement and paaa necessary legislation. Kendrieks, chief engineer of the North «rn Pacific, and his staff will leave for Winnipeg almost immediately to com menoe operations. ST. PAUL, Aug. 8.—The Northern Pa cific officials, when questioned relative to the above, stated that some of the facts were true and some untrue. WILL VIOLATE THE LAW. lb* Milwaukee Road Will Mnw Through BatN, While Maintain!n« Iu Local Tariff. CHICAGO, Aug. ».—The Chicago, Mil waukee and St. Paul gave notice that it Jiad decided to adopt the 40 cent rate on through traffic. Chicago t© St. Paul, bet would continue to base inter mediate and local rates on the 60 cent tariff. In view of the fact that the interstate commission Is about to gin a decision on the right of the Wis consin Central and Chicago, St. Paul and Ksnsaw City roads to make such rates in violation of the fourth section of the in terstate law, the action of the 8k Paul creates general surprise. The im pression prevails tnat the Interstate commission will decide against the railroads in this matter on the ground that there lis no competition between Chi cago and St. Paul, and that the same reasons which would warrant an abroga tion of the fourth section of the law in favor of St. Paul would also apply to all ether Western points this side of the Afissourl river. THEY INVOKE DIVINE AID. Caaadlam Call on the Almighty to Sjjp laceor Them From the (iraathopper 1 -MONTREAL, Aug. 8.—In the parish of St Bartholomie, county of Berthler, •warms of ravenous grasshoppers have •at down and eaten nearly everything in the fields. The wheat and oat crop in the neighborhood has been completely destroyed. They have even eaten the IU! bark from cedar posts along the fields, fe After mass the priest spoke of the visita 3§st tton and attributed it to the wickedness of the people, and in pursuance of his suggestions the faithful assembled at the A church door and a great number of them inarched in procession through the vil lage and Invoked divine interference for &K"1 the sadly stricken parish. TERRIFIC FIRE IN CANADA. TSjfe ifeS KsteaiiTe Limber Tarda and Mill* De atrojred—Bf»«y Men Thrown' Out of Work—-Several Persona Badly Barned —-One Toaif Man Will JLose Hlf Life —Haat from the Fire Become* Almost 'I ttaboaraMfe'-'ty-y^ry-,•: OTTAWA, Ont.," Aug. 8.—The Eddy Manufacturing company's mills and lun ber yards at Birchton were totally de 1 *troyed shortly after noon, causing* a loss of over $500,000. A number of men were seriously burned, and a boy named Will iam Hobbs fatally. Three hundred men |jfj are thrown out of employment. The beat from the burning lumber waster rifle. s"''«» SITTING BULL IS BOSS. The Old Indian Seems to Bo Master of the Mtnatioo at Standing Book Agency. HCHON, Dak., Aug. 8.—Parties in the city direct from the Indian reservation eay emphatically that the commission will not secure the signature of the In dians giving their consent to the open ing of the reservation as easily as was supposed. Many of them •re willing to sign but fear that those opposed will make them trouble. If the chiefs would consent to the proposition the Indians would soon sign. Sitting Bull has little to say, hav ing avowed his Intsntfon of withholding his autograph for the present. He seems to be master of the situation. WILL HAVE TO 8IQN ONE. The Commission Will Stay by the Indlaa* Until One Payer Is Risked. 8TAHDIKQ BOCK Aenrcr, Oak., Aug. I.—The developments of Wednesday of little importsnse. The oonndl lasted less than three hours, and was chiefly devoted to asking and aaswmng •psstlons about the treaty on both sides, i|nt McLaughlin making a strong ap pssl to his subjects to sigx ths red mer, whieh Is "no, Ichis "jm." proposes to stay hWe until ttsjr git tlis Indtau to sign one pnpw or ths other, and thAlndlans.har* bssa so Informed. SLEPT WITH A SNAKE. FRAME the Might With a Soryont Cade* Uma Pillow. MONTICBUO, Ills., Aug. 8.—Mrs. Will iam Mllliganput some pillows out to sun and a large busk snake fonr feet long crawled into one., of them. ..The pillow was placsd on the bed and the woman slept all night with this horrid monster under her head. At times during the night' she felt the body of the snake touch her shoulders and arms, but sup posed it to be the arm of the child that was sleeping with her. When she went to the bed to make it up she raised the pillow and saw the large snake curled up under it. The snake was killed. The breath of these snakes is said to be deadly poison, and Mrs. Milllgan and child had a narrow escape. FORTY-NINE ROUND CONTEST. England's Boar Fsatherweight Falls to Do Up Havlin, the Tough Little Amer ican, Even After Tussellng with Him During Throe Honrs and Fifteen Min utes—The Fight Doolnred a Draw, and It Is Impossible to 8»y Which Man Was the Most Badly Used Up. NEW YORK, Aug. 8.—Jack Haviin and ITrank Murphy fought with a pair of skin gloves at Vorplank's Landing' near Peekskill, at an early hour Thursday morning. The fight lasted through forty nine rounds, when the men were so used up that it was de- Sraw ided to make a of the bat tle. The' battle lasted three hours and fifteen min utes, and was for the featherweight championship, the diamond belt, and 18,000. The decision was. con eeeded by all to be the only- one pos sible. It was difficult to say which of the men was the. most unarm. badly used up. Murphy came to America from Eng land In May. He is credited by good judges at home as being the best fighter in his class that has lived in England during the last thirty years. DAVENPORT GETS TH* CLU9- The Minneapolis Team Sold to the Iowa City—Terms of tho Sale. DAVINPORT, Iowa, Aug. 8.—The terms of agreement between the management of the Minneapolis and Davenport clubs have been settled and Manager Gooding Is expected here to close the deal. He will act as financial secretary of the new team, Lucas to be manager. The consolidated club will probably be composed of Crossley and Broughton, catchers. Wlnkleman, Small and Sow ders, pitchers Hawes, first base Mc Cabe, second base Walsh, short stop Tebeau, third base Jevne, left field, Mayer, center field Williams, right field. PRIZE FIGHT NEAR 8T. PAUL. A Conple of Lightweights Meet to See Who Is the Best Man. ST. PAUL, Aug. 8.—Charles Gleason and young Dempsey, lightweight pugil ists, met near Mendota, on the Minne sota river, about noon and engaged in an eight round fight to settle the superiority of the men. Gleason knocked out Demp sey, receiving very little punishment. Skin gloves were used, and Mafquis of Queensbury rules governed. About 200 spectators were present from St. Paul and Minneapolis. London. Bnlos Most Govern If Kllraln '0' n«hts. NEW YORK, Aug. 8.—Relative to the statement that on Aug. 10 Pat Killen will post 11,000 with a Chicago journal to fight Kilrain for the championship of America-and 1500 a side, it is given out in behalf of Kilrain that he is willing to accept if London prize ring rules are substituted for Marquis of Queensberry rules and the final stakes deposited in New York. There never has been a prize fight for the heavyweight championship according to Queensberry rules and it is doubtless if there ever-will be. Glove Fight In Very Hot Boom. ST. LOUIS, Aug. 0.—Joe Tanrey, of Tennessee, and Harry Nikirk, of Pitts burg, middle weights, fought here with skin gloves in a room in the heart of the city, in the presence of 800 people, with the thermometer registering 100 above. The fight commenced at 1 a. m. Nikirk forced the fighting from the start, Tan rey acting .on the defensive. First blood was declared for Tanrey. At 8 o'clock, in the twenty-third round, Tanrey won on a foul. Crops Are Po&r In 'Frnnee. PARIS, Aug.. tt—-The president of the French Agricultural society has made a report regarding the losses caused by the recent rains. He says the hay has been destroyed and the peasants have been compelled to kill their animals, being un able to feed them. He also says that corn cannot ripen, that potatoes are rotting and that the vintage this year will be in ferior. He estimates the loss to agricul ture at half a million francs, with pros pects of a much greater loss. Continued Their Cnsee. CHICAGO, Aug. 8—In the criminal court, before Judge Hawes, the cases against the alleged dynamiters, Sevic, Hronek, Chapekjmd Chleboun, were con tinned, by agreement of the counsel, until ths September term. Canght tho Fly Constable. CHICAGO, Aug. 8. —After three days' search the police have apprehended W. W. Smith as he was about to leave the city. Smith is partner of Constable Richardson. They are jointly charged with obtaining money under false pre tensenses by blackmailing unfortunate women. An Iowa Mnn Tnsnas In New. York. Krw YOBS, Aug. 8.—Delard DANIEL WEBSTER AND A "CUB." They Both Drink VMsa the gaate tmg. But It's a Long Tims Between Drinks. NBW YOBK, Aug. tt.—The celebrated Colt mansion at Paterson, N. J., was burglarised by four young hoodlums, of which one Paul Clews was the leader, and the rare old vlntagee from the wine cellar were carried away. They stole three demijohns, containing in all about fifteen gallons. All wsre captured, but not without a straggle. Rlehard Rosst ter, secretary of the Colt interests ap peared before the recorder and testi fied that the fifteen gallons of urine were worth f(K)U. The wine was Madeira, of the rare vintage of 1815. Offers of |50 dollars had been refused for it. One of the demijohns had been only partly used. It was served when Daniel Webster last visited the Colt mansion. The great orator was most enthuiastic in hts appreciation of it, and praised it so highly that the demi john was sealed up and ever since re mained untouched in honor of the oc casion. Daniel Webster took the last glass then, aud the* next drink was taken by this barefooted hoodlum, Paul Clew*. All youths have been held for prosecu' tlon. TWENTY ARE NOW DEAD. The Horrlblo Tenement Honse Fire In Mew York City Besulte In Fearful Losses of lifs—Besides the Score of Dead Persons Already Beportod, Many Fatally Barned Victims Are Lying In Hospitals, More Dead Than Alive. NEW YORK, Aug. tt.—The charred re mains of three more victims of the Bow ery tenement fire have been recovered from the rnlns. This makes the list of dead 90, besides the half dozen probably fatally burned men and womeq now ly ing between life and death at the hos pitals. A ramshackle affair In the rear of 197 Bowery, New York, caught fire and was wrecked. In this caged-in building lived 160 people. Each of the six floors was occu pied by a single family, the bead of which was a tailor who made clothing for the cheap wholesale clothing houses and em ployed from fifteen to twenty men, women and children, in addition to his family, in making up the clothing. They were all Polish Jews, who worked, ate and slept in the crowded rooms. The fire had, when discovered, Salready gained such headway that ft was in full possession of the stair way and escape by it seemed impossible. Many of the frightened inmates rushed down through the flames and escaped to the narrow courtyard, with clothes ablase and bands and bodies burned. Six of them were so severely burned that they may die. The flre was caused Jy the ex plosion of a kerosene oil Btove. The lat est reports of fatalities are given above. Six persons supposed to have been in the building at the time of the flre are still unaccounted for. Much indignation is expressed that men In neighboring buildings did not rescue some of those in the burning building, but the latter was such a death-trap that it would have been almost impossible. A subscription list has been started for the survivors of the flre. FOR A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. Slew York Parties Prepare for One, hut tho Polleo Show'Up and Stop the Fan. NEW YORK, Aug. tt.—A desperate at tempt at incendiarism was discovered by the police shortly after daylight. An alarm of fire called the department .to a honse occupied by J. Shafer and family on East Eleventh street. The flre was quickly extinguished, having /lone only slight damage. The police, on investi gatlag, found the furniture and floora saturated with kerosene, the rooms being filled with gunpowder, bottles of benzine and kerosene, and all kinds of inflam mable substances. On the floors of sev eral rooms were found the ashes of re cently lighted fires. Everything was prepared for a destructive flre. The oc cupants of the house were all away, hav ing ostensibly gone on an excursion for the day. MARRIED CHASKA AND CORA, And Now Has Been Cnt to Pieces by Mower—A' Minister's Horrible Fnto. BOWDLE, Dak., Aug. 6.—Rev. J. W. Hanford, who married Chaska and Cora Fellows, fell in front of a mowing ma chine on the reservation, near Bowdle, and was literally cut to pieces. THE WELLAND CANAL Unexpected Obstacles May Prevent a Con tinuance of^Improvements Under Wny. OTTAWA, Ont, Aug. 6.—The British, Dominion and Provincial governments have expended $55,000,000 on Canadian canals with a disappointing result for that enormous outlay. In the work of deepening the Welland canal to a fourteen feet draft, it has recently been discovered that between Kingston and Cornwall, a distance of 100 miles, on the St. Lawrence river, unlooked-for en gineering difficulties have appeared, which may lead to the abandonment of the deepening project Recent surveys show that to blast a fourteen-foot rock would cost four times as much as the government's estimates. The matter will be laid before parliament at the next session. Pnmplng Oil to Chlengo. LIMA, Ohio, Aug. tt.—At 1:80 p. m. the great pumps for forcing the oil into the big Chicago pipe line were put in mo tion, and the oil for the first time started on its way for Chicago. About 4:80 o'clock, however, the engine was stopped, a break or something having occurred, the oil being about five miles out. A Great Coal Maraet. WEST SUPERIOR, Wis., Aug. 6.—West Superior is becoming one of the great coal markets of the world. Out of 825, 000 tons received at the head of the lakes this season, 875,000 tons were received at the Lehigh, the St. Paul and Pacific and the Ohio Coal companies' docks at this Soubled. Granlng, a farmer of Carroll county, Iowa, who waa committed on July lor examina tion as to his sanity, has been declarsd Insane and removed to an asylum. lace. The capacity for next year will be Tklak Porter Will Be yarned. CHICAGO, Aug. C.—A special to the News from Indianapolis says: The de mand for the nomination of ex-Governor Porter as the Republican candidate for governor has become overwhelming, and tt Is the firm belief that he will be mads the candidate. "Si Didn't Want to Marry. BERLIN, Wis.. Aug. 6.—A sensation was created by the attempted suicide of George Blair, son of well-to-do parents who reside a few miles from town. Blair waa to have been married in the after noon. He will live. More liabilities Than Assets.' ALBANY, N. Y., Aug. tt.—The State In surance board has shut up the New York 8afety Reserve Fund association. The liabilities are 948,101.97, and the total assets $lii.2S. Took a Long Bicycle Bide. BOSTON. Aug. tt.—Elmer E. Jenkin, of Abilene, Kas., has arrived here, having traversed the whole distance on his bi cycle. He left Abilene May 16. The whole distance traversed was fully 3,000 miles. Petitions for Clemeney. PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. tt.—Twenty eight petitions signed by oveir 2,000 peo ple have been received by Governor Hemple, asking him to commute the death sentence of Mrs. Pyle, awaiting execution at Walla Walla, W. T. It is the first case in the history of the North ern Pacific coast where a woman has been sentenced to death. Taken Up. By L. M. Humphrey five miles north of Spiritwood, section 28-141-62, one red cow three years old. Many whose occupations are of a seden tary character, often have the feeling of being literally worn out, and are remind ed very forcibly of declining years, when if they knew what ailed them, they would find all their troubles arose from the in action of their kidneys or liver. If they would at such times take Dr. J. H. Mc Lean's Liver and Kidney Balm, would again feel the vigor and strength of maturity. Sold by Wonnenberg & Avis, Threshing Outfit for Sale. Steam threshing outfit for sale, 36 inch separator, 15 horse power, engine and boiler all in good repair. Enquire of Gray Bros., Spiritwood Lake, Dak. Noneed to take those big cathartic pills. Dr. J. H. McLean's Little Liver and Kidney Pillets are more agreeable and effective. Sold by Wonnenberg & Avis. Estray Notice. Taken up, one bay and one sorrel pony branded ~F owner can have same by call ing at my place and paying charges. GUSTAVE GUNTHKB. Sec. 12 Township 143 Bange 65, near Jim lake. Nature usually makes a 'gallant jfight against disease, and when helped by Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier will eradicate it from the system. Sold by Wonnenberg & Avis. Money To Loan. On farms, wild lands and chattels, at reasonable rates and upon favorable terms. Final proofs maae and money furnished therefor. RODERICK ROSE. For sick headache, female troubles, neuralgic pains in the head take Dr. J. H. McLean's Little Liver and Kidney Pillets. 25 cents a vial. Sold by Won nenberg & Avis. Notice to School Township Officers. The Alert has in stock all the necessary blanks for school officers' use in the com ing election. Forms are prescribed by the public instructor, and will be found correct. For rheumatic and neuralgic pains, rub in Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment, you will not suffer long, but will be gratified with a speedy and effect ive cure. Sold by Wonnenberg & Avis. Great English Remedy. Murray's Btfore Taking. GenerativeOrgansin either sex, caused by indiscretion or overexertion, and which ultimately lead*.to Premature Old Age, In sanity and Consumption. Si .00 a Tnielwti box, or six boxes for $5.00, Sent by mstil on receipt of price. Full particulars in pamphlet, sent free to every applicant. We Guarantee Six Boxes to cure any case. For every $5 order received, we send six boxes with a written guarantee to re fund the money if our Specne j. .. does not effect a cure. •*1"" Address all communications to the Sole Manu facturers, THE MURRAY MEDICINE CO.. Kansas City, MO. j5f-8old in Jamestown by WONNENBERG & AVIS. NOTICE—TIMBER CULTURE. U. S, Land Office, Fargo, D. T., July 2,1S3S. /-"•OMPLAINT having been entered at this office by Joseph A. Noel against James Mc Elroy for failure to comply with law as to timber culture entry No. 7366, dated September 8,1882, upon the southeast quarter of section 6, township 137 north, raiige 63 west, in Stutsman countv, Dakota territory, with a view to the can cellation of said entry contestant alleging that the said James McElroy has not cultivated: said tract as required by law, and that there lias not been a single acre of said tract cropped, cultiva ted, or in any manner improved, in the last two years, or since May, 1886, and that onlyten trees are now growing tnereon, and that no trees, cut tings, or seeds have been planted since June 1st, 1886 that said tract is not cultivated, seeded to trees, or plowed as required by law. The said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on Friday, tne 17th day of August, 1888, at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish testimo ny concerning said alleged failure. pies, Black-Heads, Sunburn and Tan. A few applications will render the most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and white, viol* Oream is not gists or mailed 't V1 Dr J. H. McLean's Strengthening Cord ial and Blood Purifier, by its vitalizing pro pertiee. will brighten pale cheeks, and transform a pale, haggard, dispirited woman into one of sparkling health and beauty. Sold by Wonnenberg & Avis. THE BEST SEWING MACHINE AMERICAN NO. 7. It is Noiseless. It is the Simplest! It is Light Running! It is the Most Durable! It has the Best Tensions It does the Best Work! DEFAULT Specific. A guaranteed cure for all nervous diseases, such as Weak Memory, Loss ol Brain Power, Hysteria, Headache, Pain in the Back, Ner vous pfostration. Wakefulness, Lucorrhhoea, universal Lassitude, Seminal Weakness, Impotency aiid general loss of power of the ceeding MICHAEL. F. BATTKLLE, Register. L. T. Hamilton, Attorney. First publication July 5,1888. HEBRA* PwiOLACREAM a paint or for Injg- 50 cents. Prepared by G. C. BITTNER Jfc CO, IOUDOI OUO Sold by Baldwin & Smith. It Has No "Equal!" For sale by J. JH. TKKNARY, Jamestown, Dak. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. Land Office at Fargo, D. T., July 13,1888. \T OTICE is hereby given that the-following named settler has jied notice of his inten tion to make flnal prooY in support of his-claim, and that said proof will be maae before the reg ister and receiver of the U. S. land office at Far go, D. T., on Friday, August 31st, 1888, viz: JOHN J. FEEY, Who made H. E. No. 8759, for the N: N. W. M. S. E. N. W. ii and S. W. hi N. E. section lu, township 139 north, ranee 63 west, 5tn p^lnci- Salprove meridian. He name&ne following witnesses his continuous residence upon and culti vation of said land, viz: James H. Sears, James W. Craig, Constantine Rettich and Sanies Herbert, all of Jamestown, Stutsman count}-, D. T. MICHAEL F. BATTELLE, Register. W. E. Dodge and E. W. Camp, Attorneys. First publication July 19, 1888. NOTICE—TIMBER CULTURE. U. S. Land Office, I Fargo, D. T., July 19, 1888. f9S /"•OMPLAINT having been entered at this office by William Homutta against William E. Carter for failure to comply with law as to timber culture entry No. 10,297, dated May 2nd, 1885. upon the southwest quarter section 26. township 143, range 64, in Stutsman county, Da kota territory, with a view io the cancellation of said entry: contestant alleging that William E. Carter, nor anyone else fornim, has broken, cultivated or.worked thereon that since Mav 2d, 1885, and down to July 19th, 1888. said William E. Carter haa.not broken or worked thereon, and no one else M* him that no seeds or trees have been sown or planted that said-claim is virgin prairie, except about ten acres which was broken in 1884, which has since grown to grass and weeds: that the tract is not cultivated^ or taken care of as required by law the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on Fridav, the 14th day of September. 1888, at 10 o'clock a.m., to respond and furnish testimony concerning -said alleged failure. MICHAEL F. BATTELLE, Register. Nickeus & Baldwin, Attorneys. First publication Aug. 2.1888. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. has been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage executed and delivered by Carrie E. Williams, mortgagor, to The Trav elers Insurance Company, a corporation under the laws of the state of Connecticut, and having its office in Hartford, in said state of Connecti cut, mortgagee, dated the 13th day of May, A. D. eighteen hundred and eighty-four, and recorded as a mortgage in the office of the register of deeds of the county of Stutsman, in the territo roof Dakota, on the 13th day of May, A. D. 1884, at 9:45 a.m.. in Book of Mortgages, on page 38, on whieh there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice the sum of eight hundred forty-eight ana 2-100 (§848.02) dollars, and no ac tion or proceeding has been instituted at law or inequity to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof. Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sale contained in said mortgage, aud of the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, which sale will he made at the front door of the court house in the city of Jamestown, in the county of Stutsman and territory of Dakota, at public auction, bv the Sheriff of said county, on Satur- due'on said mortgage, with the iuterest thereon, and costs and expenses of sale, and seventy-five dollars attorneys fees,as stipulated in said mort gage in (?ase of foreclosure. The premises described in said mortgage, and so to be sold, are the lot. piece or parcel of land situated in the county of Stutsman and territory of Dakota, and known and described as follows, to-wit: The southeast quarter (S. E,) of section twenty-eight (28"i in township one hundred and thirty-seven (137) north, of range sixty-four (64) west. Dated at Fargo, Dakota Territory, this 9th day of July, 1888. THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPAN OF HARTFORD, Connecticut, a Corporation, Mortgagee. Francis & Southard, Attorneys for Mortgagee, Fargo, Dakota Territory. First publication July 12,*1887. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. T-VEFAULT lias been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage executed and deliver ed by Arthur S. Huey, mortgagor, to W. B. Folds and O. ,T. Griffith, mortgagees, dated the Stutsman, in the territory of Dakota, on the 8th day of August, A. D. 1887, at 10 clock a. m.. in bookM of mortgages, on page 304, on which there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice the sum of four hundred and eight and 68-100 (§408.68) dollars, and no action or pro has been Instituted at law or in equity to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part therof. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a pow er of sale contained in said mortgage, and otthe statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, which sale will be made at the front door of the court house in the city of Jamestown, in the countv of Stutsman and territory of Dakota, at public auction, bv the sheriff of said countv, on Saturday, the 25th day of August, A. D.eighteen hundred and eigty-eigbt, at two o'clock In the af ternoon, to satlsfv the amount which shall then be due on said mortgage, with the interest there on, and costs and expenses of sale and twenty live dollars ffll tTTa entlkAMi attorneys fees, as stipulated in said mortgage in case of foreclosure. The premises described in said mortgage, and so to be sold, are the lot, piece or parcel of land situated in tne county of Stutsman and territory of Dakota, and known and described as follows, to-wit: The east half of section one, in town ship one hundred and forty north of range sixty six west (E. of sec. 1, tp. 140, r. 66), containing three hundred and five acres, more or less, sub ject to the right of way of the Northern Pacific railway, over and across the same. Dated at Fargo, Dakota Territory, this 5th day of July, 1888. w. B. Fous, and O. S. GRIFFITH, ''•I' Mortgagees, rancis & ^ttthard, and McXear & Scott, At torneys for Mortgagees. First publication Julx 12,1S88. NOTICE/OF FINAL PROOF. Land Office at Bismarck, D. T., July 10,1M8. lUrOTJCE i» hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intra* tlon to make flnal proof lnsupportof his claim, and secure final entry thereof, viz: JOHN STIRTON. H. E. No. 3196, transmuting D. S. entry No. SM, for the southeast quarter of Sec. 32, Tp. 139 n, K. 64 w., and names the following as his witnesses, viz: William Jolliffe, William Smith, John Corbet, Alexander ElUs, aliof Windsor r. O., in Stuts man county, D. T. The testimony of claimant and witnesses to be taken before the judge, or in his absence before the clerk of the district court, in the city of Jamestown, Stutsman county, D. T., on.Satur day, the 25ui day of August, A. D. 1888, at his office. JQHN A. KKA, Register. Lewis T. Hamilton, Attorney. First publication July IX, 1888. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. T~\EKAULT lias been made in the conditions J-' of a certain mortgage, executed and deliv ered by Levi Williams, mortgagor, to The Trav elers Insurance Company, a corporation under the laws of the state of Connecticut, and having its office at Hartford, in said state of Connecti cut, mortgagee, dated the 10th day of May, A. D. eigiiteeii liundred and eighty-four, and record ed as a mortgage in the office of the register of deeds of the county of Stutsman, in the territory of Dakota, on the 12th day of May, A. D. 1884, at 9 o'clock a. in., in book of mortgages, on page 37, on which there is claimed to be due at tne date of this notice the sum of nine hundred, seventy-one and 84-100 (3971.84) dollars, and no action or proceeding has been instituted at law or in equity to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a pow er of of sale contained in said mortgage, and of the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, which sale will be made at the front door of the court house the.city of Jamestown and county of' stutsman and the territory of Dakota at public auction, by the sheriff of said county, on Saturday, the 25tn day of August, A. D. eignteen hundred and eighty-eight, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, to satisfy the amount which shall then be due on said mortgage, with the in terest thereon, and costs and expenses of sale, and one hundred dollars attorneys fees, as stipu lated in said mortgage in case of foreclosure. The premises described in said mortgage^nd so to be sold, are the lot, piece or parcel of land sit uated in the county of Stutsman and territory of Dakota, and known and described as follows, to wit The southwest quarter" (S. W. Ji) of section twenty-eight (28) in township one hundred and thirty-seven (137) north, of range sixty-four (64) west. Dated at Fargo, Dakota Territory, this 9th day of July, 1888. THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, Connecticut, a Corporation. Monsace*. Francis & Soutliard^Attoraeys lor Mortgage Fargo, Dakota Territory. First publication July 12.1888. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. fiEFAULT has been made in the condi J-' tions of a certain mortgage executed and de livered by Charles Hensel aud Marion Hensel, mortgagors, to The Travelers Insurance Com pany, a corporation under the laws of the state of Connecticut, and*having its office at Hartford in said state of Connecticut, mortgagee, dated the 3d day of August, A. D. eighteen hundred and eighty-three, and recorded as a mortgage the office of the register of deeds of the count? ofSluUmau, iu the territory ot Dakota, ou the third day of August, A. D. 1883, at XI :15 o'clock a. m., in book of mortgages,on page 3, on which there is claimed to be due at the date of this no tice the sum of seven hundred seven and 30-100 ($707.30) dollars, and no action or proceeding has been instituted at law or in equity to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof. Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sale contained in said mortgage, and of the statute in such case made and Sy rovided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed a sale of the mortgaged premises therein des cribed, which sale will be made at the front door of the court house in the city of Jamestown, in the county of Stutsman and territory of Dakota, at public auction, by the sheriff of said county, on Saturday, the 18th day of August, A, D. eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, to satisfy the amount which shall then be due on said mortgage, with the interest thereon, and costs and expenses of sale, and seventv-flve dollars '.attorney's fees, as stipulated in said mortgage in case of fore closure. Dakota, and known and described as follows, to wit Lots (1), two (2) and three (3) and the north east quarter of the southeast quartet (N. E. of S. E. U) of section twelve (12), in township one hundred and forty-two (142) north of range sixty-four (64) west. Containing one hundred and seventy and 10-100 acres, more or less, ac cording to government survey thereof. Dated at Fargo, Dakota territory, this 2nd day of July, 1888. THE TRAVELRS INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, Connecticut, a Corporation, Mortgagee. Francis & (Southard, Attorneys for Mortgagee, Fargo, Dakota territory. First publication July 5,1888. NOTICE OI SALE. .dandgivenby dicial district in and for the count}- of Stutsman and territorv of Dakota, and entered and dock eted in the office of the clerk of said court in and for said county, on the 2lst day of July. 1888, iu an action wherein Arthur Wilson is plaintiff, and Sarah B. Jones and Frances E. Jones are defendants, in favor of said plaintiff and against said defendants, Sarah B. Jones and Frances E. Jones, for the siun of one thousand, eight hun dred and fiftv-niuedollars and niuetj-hve cents ($1,859.95), which judgment and decree among other things directed the sale by me of the real estate hereinafter described to satisfy tho amount of said judgment, with interest thereon, and the costs and expenses of such sale, or so much thereof as the proceeds of such sale ap plicable thereto will satisfy. And by virtue of a writ to me issued out of the office of the clerk of said court, and for said count}- of Stutsman, and under the seal of said court, directing me to sell said real property pur suant to said judgment and decree, I, A. Mc Kechnie, sheriff of said count}-, and person ap pointed by said court to make said sale, will sell the hereinafter described real estate to the high-, est bidder, for cash,at public auction, at the front door of the court house, in the city of James town, in the county of Stutsman and territory of Dakota, on the 3ist day of August, A. D. 1888, at 2 o'clock p. m. of that day, to satisfy said judg ment, with interest and costs thereon, and the costs and expenses of such sale, or so much thereof as the proceeds of such sale applicable thereto will satisfy. The premises to be sold as aforesaid pur suant to said judgment and decree and to said writ,and to this notice,are described in said judg ment, decree and writ, as follows, to-wit: All of the following described pieces or parcels of land lying and being in the county of Suutsman and territory of Dakota, to-wit: thirteen (218), two hundred and twenty (220),two hundred and twenty-one (221), two hundred and twenty-two (222), in all nine lots, and all in Jones & Vennum's addition to the city of Jamestown, Stutsman county, Dakota territory. A. MCKECHNIF., Sheriff of Stutsman county, Dakota. Nickeus & Baldwin, Attorneys for Plaintiff. First publication July 28,188S. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. Land Office at Fargo, D. T., Juiy 5,1838. NOTICE is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his inten tion to make five year final proof in support of his claim and secure final entry thereof, viz: JOHN MILSTED. H. E.No. 10441, for the S. E. of Sec. 34, Tp. 141 n, R. 65 w, and names the following as his wit nesses, viz: William H. Kelleran, John B. Mathews, Hugh Bole, Harry Cornwall, all of Eldridge, Stutsman county, D. T. The testimony to be taken before Hon. W. H. Francis, Judge, or in hts absence, before Chas. T. Hills, clerk of the district coart. at James town, Stutsman count}-, D. T., on Thursday, the 23d day of AugostA. D. 1888, at his office. MTCHAEL F. BATTKLLE, Register, A. A. Allen, Attorney. First publication July 12,1898.