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•r •jbeAwlul Work of Extricating the Victims of the Explo sion Continues. HARTFORD, Conn., Feb. 20.—The work of extricating bodies from tbe ruins of the Park Central botel was continued vigorously all night. Those of the vic tims who escaped instant death when the accident occurred have undoubtedly suffocated or been burned to death. All bodies taken out since 8 p. m. have abown no signs of life. Some of the bodies taken out are badly disfigured and burned, but in many casts the faces are uninjured and retain no sign of suf fering. The lower floor of Judd & Boot's wool warehouse was converted into a temporary morgue, where the coroner, medical examiner and assistant physicians cared for the victims until the dead could be itlentilied and tin* injured removed to hospitals. The oitv provided casket3 for the unclaimed bodies. Most «f the bodies bear comparatively few marks of burns. Death seems in most cases to have been due to suffocation or contusions. The register of the hotel has not been found and Night Clerk Perry is buried in the ruins, but estimates agree pretty closely that about fifty persons were in the Hotel. The authorities are overwhelmed with telegrams of inquiry from people in all parts of the country who fear that friends or relatives may have been in the hotel. When the ex plosion occurred, the whole five story brick building collapsed into a confused pile of masonry and timbers, except a part of the rear, where a row of rooms remains standing. Out of the fifty inmates of the hotel it is thought five may have escaped unhurt immediately, leaving forty-five to be oc counted for. The list of dead taken from the ruins up to 11:30 a. m. is as follows: D. H. Buell, jeweler, Hartford George Gaines, col ored porter JohnW. Housruan, traveler for Revere Rubber company, Boston J. C. Hill, Buffalo, N. ¥., commercial traveler Louis H. Bronson, secretary of of the Hartford Stove company and the young daughter of Mr. Bronson George Ketchum, brother of landlord Eddie Ketchum, aged 11, son of landlord Gerge W. Root, aged 60, of Brockport, N. Y., traveler for Waite, Williams & Co., Boston A. H. Tillotson, traveler for the Merrill Chemical company of Cin cinnati, Ohio unknown man, 40 years old, brown hair, slightly bald, heavy moustache, light eyes unknown man, 40 years oid Max Galody, proprietor of The Hartford Herald, his wife and Mrs. Andrew F. Whiting (Mrs. Whitings body is burned to a crisp) Drv L. H. Perrin and Mrs. Perrin. Two other bod ies are now in sight and are being taken out, making a total of twenty-five dead and ten injured accounted for. The finding of a large fragment of the boiler has settled a doubt entertained at first as to whether the explosion in the Park Central hotel was from the boiler or a formation of gas in the basement. The boiler was inspected last August and the assistant engineer, who was on duty Sunday night, persists that it was filled with water when he banked the fires. He is satisfied that there was only the usual head of steam, less than sixty pounds. SWEPT BI 1 CYCLONE. BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Feb 20.—The lower end of Shelby county was swept by a terrible cyclone early Monday morning. The scene of the disaster is remote from railroads and only meagre reports have been received. It is known, however, that many houses were blown down, a number of people killed and many injured. The loss to property will be very great. The cyclone trav eled in a north-easterly direction. It was only a few hundred yards in width, but its course was twenty miles or more in length, and through a thickly popu lated section of country. People were in their beds and had very little chance to escape from their houses. The most reliable report received here state that thirty to forty houses were blown down, five or six persona killed, and about thirty injured, some of them severely. Many cattle and horses were killed or crippled. Corrine Cullinsrs. George Tucker was in Jamestown last week proving up on his homestead. As he has been living on it steadily and has very valuable improvements, he will probably get through without any trouble. Owing to the Btorm and the very heavy roads the arrival o£ the mail was delayed until Monday. The road is badly drifted up, there being much more snow here than near Jamestown. There was a "sound of revelry by mght" at Waugh's ranch Tuesday, the occasion being a dance given by L. G. Heberling to a party from Corinne. They had lots of fun before they got there,the stars even being seen to twinkle as they viewed the situation. The last storm had drifted the trail over and as there was no moonlight they started on tin ex ploring expedition of their own, with the thermometer lending an arctic flavor to it. After mapping out several sloughs all the sleds made a grand charge on a huge soft snow drift in a patch of weeds. The la dies all prepared to roll out (they were bundled up so they couldn't get out any other way) as the sleds went down and the aides went up, but the gallant efforts of the gentlemen saved them from v. A a snowy burial. Tbey finally extricated themselves and made their destination, after they had been given up, through a light "hung high up in the windmill tow er" by H. G. to guide their poasiblywan dering steps. They made up for lost time by aancin? until night began to blush at rosy morning at their staying up so late going home at daylight. It is needless to say they didn follow the is neeuiwia w/ -r trail they made coming down. The affair wu a moat enjoyable one to all except the wielder of the bow, Mr. Maroney.who «ot slightly weary toward tbe last, tho he is a "stayer." A* 1 1^.^. *3A.••• 'I'KA SPIRIT WOOD. Miss Sawyer returned from Jamestown on Monday last. L. S. Wisainger, who was bittefc by a dog last August, is suffering from the effects again. Died—The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tully, Wednesday. On Saturday last three young college students got on the afternoon passenger train at Jamestown with the intention of getting off somewhere between James town and Bloom. One had several bundles, one of which consisted of eggs. Near Bloom the young man with the eggs jumped and made a figure of him self in tbe snow as well as a record of boss tumbler of tbe college, while the other two came on to our enterprising little town .covered with snow and by the looks one would think they rode on the hind trucks. After explaining to the station agent that they were "busted" and not to give them away to the con ductor, they mounted the way freight for the scene of conquest. Wanted, to know if everything was lovely when they ar rived at their destination, and if it was well to be there? Moral—Pay as you go boys if you don't lay up a cent. PINCREE. The morning tram was two hours late today, with no eastern mail. Mrs. A. Conant went to Jamestown Monday to soe the doctor about a wen that is growing on her eyelid. He thinks she can have it removed without serious injury. Miss Kate Hill, who has been with her sister Mrs. G. E. Lyman, leaves for her home in LaFayette, Ind. Dr. George Bennett of Halstad, Minn., came up last Saturday, and will visit a few days with his mother. It is reported that there is a wolf in the neighborhood. Several parties have seen it, but no one has captured it yet. A fellow by the name of Cosgrove, who has been working for Strong Bros., bor rowed a good coat and vest of Lenny Eastman to go to Jamestown a few weeks ago and has not returned, neither have the clothee. MONTPELIER MENTION. Mr. O, H. Tindall's youngest son has been very sick with inflamatory rheuma tism, but is now much better. George Shippey started for the west last week. Quite anxioas to see if he can't catch the golden bird that seeming ly is a little farther on. Mrs. W, Kahlar visited with Mr. and Mrs. Morris Orepts last week. T. D. Germain visited Jamestown yes terday. Mrs. H. T. Kennedy went last week for a short visit with her parents at Oakes. Mrs. Barbara Camber is fast improv ing. The relatives have great hopes of her recovery. The mumps scare proved to be merely severe colds affecting the teeth and mump vicinity. Mr. H. A. Shaver has three new milch cows. Mr. Lawrence, the grocery agent for Jewett & Bros, at Aberdeen, was visiting our merchants yesterday. YPSILANTI INKLINGS. The society events of the last week were asocial on Tuesday night at Mr. Fellows', which was a great disappoint ment, as towards night the wind got high, the snow did fiy, the girls did sigh, and say Oh My! but the boys thought "discretion the better part of valor." Thursday night was jnst lovely, and the beauty and chivalry of the vicinity were gathered at Wm.Shonlander's where they had a high old time. 1 am afraid our name is Dennis, as the following dispatch will indicate. BISHABCK, Feb. 16,1889. To tho president and members of the farmers' alliance of Ypsilanti, Dak. GENTLEMEN:—The bill appropriating fifty-thousand dollars to utilize the wa tors of your wonderful Ponce de Leon spring by erecting there a retreat for grass widows, is all solid in the council, for they have always had a very warm feeling for the class of persons mention ed in the bill, but owing to the bellioose condition of affairs between the execu tive and the house it stands no chance whatever in the latter unless the gover nor can be induced to antagonize it. Send your best man at once. Tours Truly. SAM Collect $5.75. Of course we sent the money, but the bill might as well be knocked out at once as passed under that name, as it never would be popular. Retreats are for old soldiers, because it is in their line of business, but good Lord! a grass wid ow would die in her tracks before she would retreat. BACHEI»OB. WINDSOR NOTES, On the morning of the 15th, astray horse was taken in and cared for by Mr. Corwin. The animal proved to belong to Mr. Woodbury of Jamestown, He says the hone was stolen from his stable on the night of the 14th. Last Sunday Mr. Woodbury came and got the horse. He thinks she is none the worse for her little drive. The thief is supposed to be a man who broke jail at Jamestown the same night Some people seem to think that raising potatoes dont pay, but Owen Hardgraves don't agree with that kind of people, and as he has had the experience he ought to know what he is talking about. He had sueh good success last year, he talks of pi«"ti«g his whole farm next spring, and says if ho does he will put them in with a Drass drill. His reason for this peonMw way o! planting is not known. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lamsoa, who are spending the winter in Battle Creek. Mich., expected to return before this, but a letter from him last week states that their children have been taken suddenly down with soarlet fever, which will delay their return for some time. Mr. Lamson's sheep are doing well this winter. Fred Beckett, the man who looking after them, says he has bad over 100 young lambs put in their appearance, the most of which are alive and hearty. This is evidence enongh that tbe sheep are being well attended too. Its pretty tough when a fellow drives 12 or 15 miles to see his best girl and gets into a row, has his life threatened, and then to complete the job his horse gets on his ear and smashes the buggy all to pieces, so that all tbe poor fellow has left when he getB back is the horse. Will not give your name this time but beware, young fellow, don't get into any more such scrapes or we will blow on you sure. It is reported that Mr. James Moon is considering very seriously, taking upon himself the dnties and responsibilities of a married man. Hope this is true, and that other bachelors around here will fol low the good example Bet gnrvev by Mr. Moon. What is the beBt remedy for fellows that are "struck"—not by lightning, or yet by a mule—but something far more powerful than either of those struck by the winning ways and pleasant smiles of a charming young widow.? We have two such cases in our town. A remedy will be highly appreciated by the vic tims. By the way others have been ex posed and an epidemic is feared. Miss Hammond is unable to hear her class on account of a severe cold. Miss Lowry accompanied by Miss Mudget made a flying visit home Sun day. The literary of next Saturday will be postponed until Saturday week. Attention! All parties owing me are requested to oall and settle their accounts at once. All parties having claims against me please present them for payment. AR W.C. COLLEGE NOTES! Everyone is invited to attend the social Thursday nigbt. Harry Vessey is recovering from the mumps. R. H. DIEZMAN. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION FOR FIVE YEARS FINAL PROOF. Land Office at Fargo, D. T., Feb. IS, 1869. VTOTICE is hereby givsn that the following named settler has filed notice of his inten tion to make llnal five years proof iu support of his claim, and that laid proof will be made be fore Hon. Roderick Hose, judge of the district court, or in case of his absenoe, then before tbe clerk of said court, at Jamtitowa, Stutsman county, I). T., on Wednesday, April 3,1889, viz: JAMES PRICE. n. £. No. 9840, for the southeast quarter sec tion 10, township 140 n, range 63 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Charles Morrow, Cornwall Sackrider, Joseph Morrow, Henry Matison, all of Spiritwood,Stuts man county, L. T. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of such proof, or who knows of any substantial reassn,under the law and tne regula tions of the interior department, why such proof should not be allowed, will be given an opportu nity at the above mentioned tune and place to cross-examine the witaesses of said claimant and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submit ted by claimant. HICHAKL F. BATT*LLB, Kegiitti. Nickeus & Baldwin. Attorneys. First publication Feb. 81. iMfl. ALIAS NOTICE -TIMBER CULTURE United States Land Office, I Fareo. D. T.. Feb. 18. «8I. UlttU 1UI laliuic iu vuiii)»j "imi law as iv wiuuvi culture entry No. 10,024, dated November 25th, 1OOI ....NN /IIINVTAN OB There are many white they ARE NOT, the genuine. Ask for cancellation of said entry contestant alleging that the said Veder Vrooman has failed to break, cultivate or plant to trees any part of said tract since lie filed 011 the same: that is to say, no land has been broken or cultivated on saia tract at any time since claimant Bled his application, to-wit: Since November 25,1881 that said laud is total ly neglected. The said parties are hereby sum moned to appear at'this office on Wednesday the 10th day of April, 1889. at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure. MICHAEL F. BATTELLE, Register. N'ickeus & Baldwin. Attorneys forContestant. Frst publication Feb. 21,1889. WHEREAS, default has leeu made in tbe con ditions ot a mortgage, containing a powerof sale, dated February lltli. A. )). 1SS4. am! duly recorded in the office of tlie Register of Deeds, of Stutsman county. Dakota Territory. February 14th. A. •». ISS4, lit 10:30 o'clock A.M., in Hook of Mortgages, page 36$, whereby Bartek Klaczny (unmarried) niortgugoor, mortgaged to I. S. I*. Johnston, Charles L. Johnston nmi Horace Hance. copart ners as 1). S. 15. Johnston, Son A Hance, mort gaireei, tho west half W'i) of thcnovtheast|uar ter(NE'/il of suction tonr 4i int.owimlilpouehnn dred fort v-two (142) ot range sixty-four Hill, containing St acres according- to the government thereof, iu Stutsmnncount.v, Dakota I»rrl torv by which default said power of sale has tie come operative, and no action or proceeding at law has been instituted to recover the debt re maining secured thereby or any port thereof, and there is claimed to le due nnd is due on said mortgage at the date hereof, $7.50. Now. notice is hereby given, that by virtue of said power said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premises sold at public auction by the shenff of said county or his deputy, as by statute pro vided, April 13th. A. D. 1889. at 2 clock p. »l.. at the front, door of the office of the register of deeds for said conut.v, at Jamestown In stUd county, to pay said debt, interest, and attorney fee of $-.m as stipulated in said mortgage, and the disburse- ^JOHNSTON. CHARI.ES L. JOHNSTON, ITOBACB HANCE, copartners as 1). S. B. JOBNSTON, SOU & H*MAN WiNTEBB^Attorney for Mortgagees. 1 Valley City. Dakota Territory. WHKBKAS default kM been mad* in th* coif dlttoaa at a mttsM*. containing a power of Mie. dated Dacanber 17th A. D. 1883. and duly recorded la tfca oln at the Register ot Deeds of Stutsman coanty, Ditotk Territory, December 2®th, A. D. ins, tt 3 o'clock P. »l. in book "K of mortgages page MB, whereby James H. Lord aad Nellie Lord. Us wife, nortgagrora, mortgaged to v. 8. B. JohastoD, Charles L. Johnston, and Horace Hance. co-partaers as I). S. B. Johnston, SOB A Hance, mortgagees, the northwest quarter (N W Vi) of section thirty (30) in township one hundred and thirty-seven (107) of range sixty four (64). containing 108 IXK.according principal to the Siverument surrey thereof, in Stutxmau county, akota Territory, by which default said power of sale has become operative, and no action or pro ceeding at law has been instituted to recover the debt remaining secured thereby or nu.v part tl^reol, and there is claimed to be due and is due on said mortgage at the date hereof IW.W. Now, notice is hereby piveii, that l\v virtue of Mid power, said raoitjrape wlli be foreclosed and •aid premises sold at public auction by theSherift of said county or his deputy as by statute pro vided. April 13th. A. It. in _• o'clock r. v.. the trout-door of the oitir*1 of Register of Iteeds for said county at Jauimtowu, in said county, to pay said debt. lntt»ieii hik! tt tommy's "f $•.,"1,110 as stipulated in said mortfriiK". and th'1 disbursements allowed by law. LI. s. R.-IOHXSTON, CHAJII.F* L. JOHNSTON. UOBAI HANCE, co-partners N» U.JS. It. Joisnos, SON HIXCE,, Mortgagees. HKRMAN WI.NTERE*. Attorney for Mortgagees. Volley City, Dakota. E needle-work and valuable embroideries are frequently ruined, or their beauty much impaired by washing them with ordinary soap, which is too rank for such delicate articles. A simple, and the proper method is to make suds of hot water and and allow to cool till lukewarm. This solution, wiiile very effective, is perfectly harmless. A WORD OF WARNING. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. DEFAULT of a certain mortgage dated August 1,1884. made, executed ana delivered by Andrew J. Grinnell and Mary Grinnell, his wife, mort gagors, to Henry Mulberger. mortgagee, and duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds of Stutsman county, Dakota territory, on the 13th day of August, 1884, at eleven o'clock a. m., in book of mortgages, on page S6 I that by reason of such default tlie wliole sum secured by said mortgage is hereby declared to be due and payable, ana there is claimed to be and is due and unpaid upon said mortgage at the date of this notice eight hundred six dollars, and no ac tion or proceeding at law or otherwise having been taken or instituted to recover the debt se cured by said mortgage or any part thereof Now therefore, notice is hereby jiven that bv virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, tne same will be foreclosed and the premises conveyed thereby and describ ed therein, to-wit The southeast quarter of sec- one hundred and sixty acres more or less, ac cording to the government survey thereof, and situate in the eounty of Stutsman aforesaid.wlll be sold at public auction by the sheriff of «ald county, or nis deputy, on tne titli day of April, 1889, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the front door of tne courthouse in the city of Jamestown, in said countv, to pay said debt, interest.attorney sfeei, and disbursements allowed by law. Dated February 11,1889. HKNBY Ml'J,BF.nGEIi, Mortgagee. John S. Watson, Attorney (or Mortgagee, Jamestown. Dak. .. First publication teb. ai, 1881*. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. DEFAULTa soaps, each represented to be "just as good as but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it. Copyright 1866, by Procter & Gamble. FINAL PROOFS. INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. Foreign Exchange, and Tickets to and from all points in Europe for sale. Taxes paid ror non-residents. References furnished when required. Established 1879, A. A. ALLEN Attorney at Law having been made in the condi tions of certain mortgage dated August llth, A. D. 1885, executed by Frederick G. Reeve and Agnes Keeve, his \vift\ mortgagors, to Gaige & Clements, mortgagees, and recorded in the office of the register of deeds for Stutsman county, Dakota territory, ini book of mortgage deeds, on page 139,on the iX)th day ot August,1885, at 10:45 oclock a. m., which said mortgage was given upon and contains tlie following described property, lying and being ~.n the county of Stuts man and territory of Dakota, to-wit: All the southeast quarter section 18, township 139. range 66, containing 160 acres more or less, and there now being due and unpaid upon said mortgage at date of this notice the sum of six hundred sixtv-eiglit and 24-100 dollars. Therefore, in accordance with tlie power of sale granted in said mortgage, notice is hereby given that the above described premises will be sold at public auction on Friday, the 5th day of April, 1889, at 10 o'clock a. m„ by the slit riff of Stutsman county, or lus deput, at the front door of tlie court house, in Jamestown, I-T to satisfy the amount due ou the notes described in said mortgage, together with -J)1 expenses attending said sale, to satisfy all taxes and tax liens either paid by us or due orl unpaid, and fifty dollars attorney's fee, as provided tor in said mortgage. Dated Jamestown, D. T., Feb. iiO, 18S'J. GAir.E &CLKMK.NTS, Mortgagees. A A. Allen, Attorney, Jamestown, D. First publication Feb. 21, 1SS9. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. DEFAULT having been made in the condi tions of a certain mortgage dated June 3d, A. D.. 1883. executed by John Martin (unmar ried), mortgagor, to II. L. Oaige, mortgagee, and recorded in the office of the register of deeds for Stutsman eounty, Dakota territoi j, in book of mortgage deeds, on page 114, on the 3d day of June, 1885, at 12 o'clock m., which saiji mortgage was given upou and_ contains the toi lowing described property, lying and benig in the county of Stutsman and territory of Dakota, to-wit: All the southwest quarter section ». township 140, range 66, containing 160 acres more or less, and there now being due and anpaul upon said mortgage Nt date of this •otice the sum ot flvw hundred seventy-four and 30-100 dollars. Therefore, in accordance with the powerof sale granted in said mortgage, notice is hereby & 4L.. KLHIM 1Q04S VV 111 I IT) Stutsman eounty, or his deputy,at the front door of the court house, in Jamestovvn.D.T., to satisb the amount due on the notes described in said mortgage, together with all costs and expenses attending safe sale, to satisfy all taxes and tax liens, either paid by us or due or unpaid, aad flftv dollars attorney's fee. as provided for in said mortgage. Dated Jamestown. 1. T., Feb. 20.1S89. 11. L. A. A. OAIC.K. Mortgagee.'# Allen, Attorney, Jamestown, D. T. First publication Fob. 81, US'. IVORY SOAP, the' Ivory* qualities cf NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. Dof having been made in the conditions EFAU.LT having been made in the payment the sum of sixteen dollars ($16.00) interest coupon note, due September 1, 18«8, there is claimed to be due at tne date of this notice upon certain mottgage the sum of four hundred thirty-one and .07-100 (*43t.07)dollars. Said mort gage was duly executed and de livered by Charles N. Evans to the trustees of Hie New Englaud Con ference of the Methodist Episcopal church, bearing date the 24th day of March, A. D. 1886, and, with a power of sale therein contained, duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds iu and for the county of Stutsman and territory of Dakota, on the 31st day of March, A. D. 1886, at 0 o'clock p. m.. in book O of mort gages, on pages 614. 015 and 616. Said mort gage has not been assigned, and no action or proceeding having been instituted, at law or oth erwise, to recover the debt secured by said mort gage, or any part thereof. Now therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, ana pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of tlie premises des cribed in and conveyed by said mortgage, viz: The northeast one quarter (X. E. a) of section thirty-two (32), township one hundred forty four (144) in range sixty-two «&), in Stutsman county and territory of Dakota, with the heredi taments and appurtenances which sale will be made by the sheriff of said Stutsman county, at the front door of the Stutsman county court house, in the city of Jamestown, in said county and territory, on Tuesday, the flth day of April, A. D. 1889, at 10 o'clock a. m. of that day. at pub lic vendue, to tlie highest bidder for cash, to pay said debt and interest, and the taxes, if any, on said premises, and thirty-five dollars, attorney's fees, as stipulated in and by said mortgage in case of foreclosure, and the disbursements al lowed by law subject to redemption at any time witliin one year from the day of sale, as provided by law. Dated February 11. A. D. 1880. THKTKUSTKKS OF THK NEW ENGLAND Coy- FKKKNCE OK THE MF.TIIOLHST EPISCOPAL CHUKCH, Mortgagees. Beujamiu P. Welch, Mayville, Traill county, Dakota, Attorney for Mortgagees. First publication Feb. 14,1SS9. WHEREAS, default has been made in tlie con ditions of a mortgage, containing a power of sale, dated October 6th, A. D. 1SS4. and dnly re corded in the office of the Resistor of Deeds of Stats man connty. Dakota Territory, October Sth. A. I). 1SW. at 6 o'cloce p. M., in book of mortgages, page 382. whereby Albert Brand nnd Bertha A. Brand, hiswife.mortgageorg.mortgaged to U.S.B. Johnston. Charles L.Johnston and Horace Hance co-partners as D. S. B. Johnston, Son & Hance, the northeast quarter [NEW] of section twelve  In township one hundred and thirty-eight-[188J range sixty-six iB8] containing 160 acres according to the government survey thereof, in Stutsman connty, Dakota Territory, by which delimit said power of sale has become operative, and no action or proceeding at law has been instituted to recover the debt remaining secured thereby or any part thereof, and there is claimed to be due and is due on said mortgage at the date hereof 911.73. Now notice is hereby given, that by virtue of said power said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premises sold at public auction by the sheriff of said county or his deputy, as by statute pro vided, April 13th, A. D. 1889, at 2 clock P. M.. at the front door of the office of Iteginterof Deeds for said connty, at Jam«etown,in said county, to pay said debt, interest and attorney's fee of $25.00. as stipulated in said mortgage, and the disburse ments allowed by law. D. S. B. JOHNSTON. CHARLES L. JOHNSTON. HORACE HAXCB, copartners as D. S. B. JOHXSTON. SOX HAHCK. Mortgagees. HKBMAK WINTERER. Attorney for Mortgagee. Valley City. Dakota. WHKIU:AS default has been made in the con dittoim of imirtirngc.containingn power ot sale dar«-) April mil. A l». l»*!. .'int '.Inly recorded in tbe otltce of tiie U^i^ter of oi Stutwui:ij county. Dakota Territory. May Ifith. A li:"0 o'clock .v. v.. iu book of Moi-ruiiiv*. jinwc :W7. wh-rcby Jin-ob S.wr (unmarried I, UKirlireli'eor. niort^niicd to I. S. It. .John.-tIr.. Charles L. Johnston, ami Horace Hance. co-jmr: liei-N as !. S. ". .lolinnon. Son A liiuim »noii frewen the Kont iiejvst i|U irter |SK I of section two |2) in township one linndred ami thirty-eiiriii OHM. of ramie ni*t.v-two iii*. eont.ai:iin*r ISO acres according t-o li.* jtovcrnmeiit snrve.v thejeiif. in Stutumnn county. Dakota Territory. I»y which liefault Knid powerof sale ha» h.voine oiiernUv.. and no nciionorproceediuif nt laiv luts Iwn in-ti tnted to recover tbe deM remaitiinp *«-curedt)i« re bv or any p.-irt thereof. an! there is laitned to '.e due and "is due on said mortgage at the date hereof f».6s. Now, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of said power said niortjrnire Trill be foreclosed anil said premiw* sold at public auction by the Sheriff of said countv or his deputy, as by statute pro vided. April 1.1th. A. D. l$v9. at 2 o'clock P. M. at the front door of the office of Register of Deeds for said county, at Jamestown, iu said county, to pay said debt, interest and attorney's feeoff2S.lX! as stipulated in said mortgage, and the disburse ments allowed by law. D. 8. B. JOHNSTON. CHARI.ES I.. JOHNSTON. HORACK HANOI, copartners as D. S. B.JOHNSTON. SON A HANCE Mortgagees. HERMAN,WIXTGBK*. Attorney tor Mortgagees, Valley City, Dakota Territory. PROBATE NOTICE. Territory of Dakota, 1 PURSUANT that at a speci: In Trobale Court. County of Stutsman.) In the matter of the estate of Urrea A. BfW, deceased: to an order of this.court made on February 8th, 1888, notice is herebv riven at a special term of this court, which is called to meet at the court house at Jamestown, I)ak., on March 9, 1889, at 10 o'clock a. m., there will be heard the petition of Lorenzo D. Curry, which was filed in the office of this court, Febni ary 8.1889, for the issuance of letters of adminis tration to him of the estate of Urrea A. Byoa, beceased, late of (Stutsman county, when and where any person interested [may appear and be heard. Dated February 8,18 9. THOS. HAYES, Judge of P.obate Court First publication Keb. ui 1889. NOTICE—TIMBEa CULTURE. U. 8. Land Office, Fargo, Dakota,I February 11 1889. COMPLAINT having been entered at this office bv Ch-is. B. Dibble against Theodore D. Eagal for failure to comply with law as to tin er culture entry No.#9 7, d'.ted May 9,1888, upo the southeast quarter section 4, township 187, range 66, in Stutsmau county, Dak., with a view to the cancellation of said entry contest ant alleging that said Theodore D. Eagal has failed to break or caused to be broken witliin six. years from tliu date of said entry five acres ot said tract. Up to the present time defendant has not broken or caused to be broken any por tion whatever of said land that defendant naa not complied with any of the provisions of the T. 0. law since making entry of said land. The said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on Friday, the nth day of April, 1889, at 10 o'clock a in., to respond ami furnish testi mony concerning said alleged failure. MICHAEL F. BATTKLLE, Register. First publication, Pb. 81 NOTICE OF HUM oibl'ii.AD PROOF. Land Office at Bismarck, D. T., NOTICE February 19/1839. 1 is hereby given that the following named ettler has filed notice of his inten tion to make iinal proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made bef re the judge, or in his absence before the clerk of the district court at. Jamestown, D. T., on April 10, 1889, viz: OTTO A. SCHWEITZElt. For the southeast quarter of section 18, tcwnsliip 139 n., range 69 w. He names the iollowmg witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation ot said land, viz: Richard Alirens, Peter Nelson, F.E. Simmers,. John Todd, all of Crystal Springs, D. T. Any person who desires to protest against tlia allowance of such proof, or who knows of any substantial reason, under the law and regula tions of tlie Interior department, why such proof should not be allowed, will be given an opportu nity at the above mentioned time and place to cross-examine the witnesses of said claimant., and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submit ted by claimant. OSCAR E. RKA, Register. First publication Feb. 21,1889. WHEREAS default has been Bade ia the« tions of a mortgage, containing a power ot aato, dated July 1st. A. D. 1884. and duly recorded to the office of the register ot deeds of Stutsman cowty, Dakota Territory, July 3rd, A. D. 1884, at Mt* o'clock A. M. in Book K" of mortgages, PAGE IX. whereby Edward E. Grundy (unmarried), aoit gageor, mortgaged to Josephine L. Hall. Mort gagee, the southeast quarter (SE44) ot secUos thirty (30) in township one hundred thirty sight. (138) of range sixty-four (04) containing 160 acres according to the government survey thereof in Stutsman county, Dakota Territory, by which de fault said power of sale has become operative, and no action or proceeding at law has been instituted to recover tbe debt remaining secured thereby or any part thereof, and there is claimed to be due and is due on said mortgage at the date hsreof $395.42. Now, notice is hereby given, that by virtae of said power said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premises sold at public auction by the Sheriff of said county or his deputy, as by statute provided, April 13th, A. D. 1889, at 2 o'clock r. u., at the frout door of tbe office of the register of deeds for said county at Jamestown In said oosn ty, to pay said debt, interest, and attorney's fw of $50.00, as stipulated in said mortgage, aad the disbursements allowed by law. JOSEPHINE L. HALU MortgsH- HERMAN WINTERER, Attorney for Mortgagee. Valley City, Dakota Territory. WHEREAS, default has been made in theeua ditions of a mortgage, containing a power ot sale, dated Jnne 19th, A. 1. 1883, and duly recorded I* the office of the Register of Deeds of Stated county, Dakota Territory, June 21st, A. D. 1883. at 10 o'clock A. M.. in book of Mortgages, pari 312. whereby George A. Coulson nmnarried) raort gageor, mortgaged to D.S. It. Johnnton, Charie* L. Johnston, Horace IIance,copartners as D.S.R. Johnston Son & Hance, mortgagees, the northeast quarter (XKVil of eectioli twenty -eight (At) Hu township one hundred thirty-nine (130). of raago sixty-two (62',, containing ici-e« :i-cording t.» the government survey thereof, in Stutsman county, Dakota Territory, by which defaultsait power of sale has become operative, mid uo action or proceeding at law has been instit it ted to recover the debt remaining secured Therwli.v or any pfti *. thereof, and there is dnimed to in* dne and i.* due on said mortgage at t.ho •l tfe hereof $l:S.5a Now, notice is here'oy given, that, by virtue if said power said mortir.ige will foreclosed an said premises sold «t public auction by the Sheriff of said county or his deputy, a* by statute pro vided. April 13th. A. I). 1HM». at 2 o'clock p. ki. at the front door of the office of the Register of Deeds for said county, at .triinest-own. In said county, to pay said debt, interest and attorney"* fee of $25.00, as stipulated iu said mortgage, an the disbursements allowed by law. I'. S. B. JOHNSTON.('IIAULES1,. JOHNSTON, Ho*AT* ITANCK, copartners as 1. S. It. JOHNSTON, SON & HANCE. Mortgagees. HKRMAN WINTKKER. Attorney for Mortgagee, Valley City. Dakota Territoqr. WHEREAS, default has been made fn the con ditions of a mortgage, containing a power ol gale, dated November 2sth. A. D.. IKSl,and dnly re corded in the office of the Hegister ot Deeda erf Stutsman countv, Dakota Territory. December 26th. A. D. 1SS4, at o'clock, A. M.. in Book Kof Mortgages, page :iS7. whereby Newton M. Brown and Alia A. Brown, his wife, mortgageors, mort gaged to l. S. It. Johnston, I'harles L. JohnstOB. Horace Hance. co-partners as D. S. B. Johnston, Son & Haucc. mortgagees, the southwest quarter (SWj») ol section ten (1(1) in township one hnn dred and thirty-seven, (137) of range sixty-five (OS), containing 160 acres, according to the gov ernment survey thereof in Stutsman county, Da kota Territory, by which lef iult saia power of sale has become operative, and no action or pro ceeding at law has been instituted to recover tbe debt remaining secured thereby or any part thereof, and there is ciaimed to be due and is due on said mortgage at the date hereof $16.86. Now. notice is hereby given, that by virtue of" said power said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premises sold at public miction by the skllH of said countv or his deputy, ns by statute pro vided. April i:stl«, A. 1- INVJ. at 2 clock I*. at the front door of the orfice oftheltegisterof Deeds for said rountv. aT Jamestown, in said connty. to pay saiU debt, interest and attorney's feeol $25.00, as stipulated in said mortgage, and th*" disbursements allowed by law. 1). S B. JOHNSTON. OIIARI.ES L. JOHNSTON, HOKAI-K HANCE, co-part tiers ns D. S. It. JOHNSTON, SO* it HANCE, Mortgagees. HERMAN WINTEUER. Attorney for Mortgagees, Valley City. Dakota Territory. WHEREAS, default has been made in tfcacon ditions of a mortgage, containing a power of sale, dated May 2nd. A. D. 1S83, and duly recorded tm the office of the Register of Deeds, of Stvtman county, Dakota Territory. May Sth, A. D. IMS.at 2:Sd o'clock p. m.. in book of mortgages.page 334, whereby John B. Denault and Charlie & Re nault. his wife, mortgageors. mortgaged to D. S. B. Johnston. Charles L. Johnston and Horw* Hance, copartners as D. S. B. Johnston, Soa A Hance. mortgagees, the southeast quarter (SK^V of section twen ty-fonr (24) in township one hundred forty-three (Itt I of ra ugesixty-four (61) containing 160acres according to government survey thereof, in stutsmau county, Dakota Territory, by which default said power of sale has become operative., and no action or proceeding at law has been insti tuted to recover thedebt remaining secured there by or any part thereof, and there is claimed ta tw daeand is due on said mortgage at the data here of. $17.64. Now, notice is hereby given, that by vjrtnacf said power said mortgage will lie foreclosid ami said premises sold at public auction by th* sheriff of said countv or his deputy, as by statute pro vided. April 13th. A. D. 18S9. at 2 o'clock p. M-.ai tb« front door of the office of the register ofdeeda for said county, at Jamestown, in said couaty.tn pay said debt, interest, and attorney's feeof S3M6, as stipulated in said mortgage, and thedisfcma* ments allowed by law. D. s. B. JOHNSTON. CHARLES L. JOHNSTOK. HOUAOK HANCE, copartners as U. 8. 8. JOHNSTON, SON HANCE. MORTWAFLSSA. Hi sv ».N AVtsTF.Br*. Attorney for Mort«afM* Valley City- Dakota Tenttor?.