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A. W. Cunningham is receiving a visit from his parents. F. W. Holmes came in from Albion, Mich., on Monday and is busy shaking hands with his numerous friends. Capt. McGillivray is talking of making arrangements with the Fort Rewards of Jamestown to play with the Eldridge club in the near future. Tke Y. P. P. 0. had an ice cream and cake sociable in the school house on Sat urday night, which was largely attended and greatly enjoyed by all present. And now D. E. Buzzell from Mt. Pleasant, looms up as a probable candi date for legislative honors. The woods are full of 'em and the people will have an excellent assortment to choose from. Dave Vessey's many associates will be pleased to learn that he is rapidly recov ering from the serious injuries he receiv ed on Sunday morning from collision with a lecomotive. Henry says that he don't care anything about a few horses and buggies, but he dislikes seeing his favorite boy stretched out. The outlook for a wheat.crop in this section of the county is most encouraging and the yield and quality will be far in advance of last year. Jerry Collins who thought some three waeks ago that he would not cut a spear of grain, now as serts that he will cut between three and four hundred acres, the wheat \iill aA er ase from ten to twelve bushels per acre. Mr. Collins :s only one of the many farm ers who are similarly circumstanced. The republican voters of the Eldridge precinct caucused in the school house on Saturday evening, pursuant to call. A. "W. Cunningham was nominated and elected chairman and C. L- Holmes sec retarv. On motion Win. Hart, Thos. Pendrayand A. W. Cunningham were elected delegates by acclamation to at tend the Jamestown convention 01 Thursday August 1st. On motion the delegates were instructed to use their votes and influence to elect delegates to the state convention in Fargo favorable to JohnRon Nickeus for supreme judge and F. B. Fanclier for governor. Edmunds. H. E. Sunday made a call at .James town on Wednesday. Mrs. P. W. and C. A. Lupher returned from Jamestown Saturday. At the caucus held on the twenty seventh, H. Hewitand E. H. Sunday were chosen delegates. The recent rains have improved crops about here wonderfully. Pieces that it was thought would be hardly worth harvesting are now looking well. The ice cream social was quite a suc cess. Nearly 100 people were present. Music was furnished by home talent, assisted by Mr. Hewit of Melville. Ice cream and cake, coffee and sandwiches were served throughout the evening. All seemed to pass a pleasant evening. The proceeds were about $20. Pingree Pointers. G. M. Smith and Mrs. A. Conant drove to the city yesterday. A. J. Feezer of Jamestown, was taking in our town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Huffbaeur are happy over the arrival of a ten pound boy last week. There are two new bridges being built across the Pipestem, one.at Prices and one at Geo. Wild's crossing. Waters will ship a car load of cattle today will get them in before the western cattle crowd the market. Quite a number of our citizens took in the ice cream social at liidtnunds Inst Saturday, which was a grand success. Mrs. Buttle of New Rockford, whose family had rented Dr. Drake's farm, suffered a stroke of apoplexy while down here looking at the crops prior to their 'noving. She was taken to Mother Drake's, where she was kindly cared for. She began to improve, and it was thought she would recover,when she was sudden ly taken worse and died. She was buried here last Tuesday. It was indeed a sad death and a hard blow for the children and father. They have the sympathy of all. Spiritwood liake. Harvest is fast approaching. The wild geese are coming in again. A new neighbor is expected this fall. The Grey Brothers are fencing in some land nerth of the lake. Ellis Boutch has just recoved from an attack of *he scarlet fever. MissKittie Tilden of Jamestown, is visiting with Miss Alma Ball this wc3 The Purchase Brothers of Albion, were making hay near the lake last week. Several farmers in this neighborhood are thinking of going into the sheep bus iness. Where were you, Billy, when the pony jumped out from under yonV On the ground, of course. Laurence Boutch is suffering from a serious knife wound on the hand, caused by shoeing a wild horse. A party of ten from Jamestown are enjoying the pleasures of camp life in the north side grove this week. Why would it not be advisable for the county to lease section 34 for the conven ience of the picnickers? It contains two of the prettiest groves on the lake, in cluding the G. A. encampment grounds. psilan 11 Inklings. The late rains have made some of the crops look better, especially oate, barley, millet and late wheat, while thejwiriy wheat has been damaged by the weeds growing faster than the wheat. Harvest will commence this week. JJer. J. D. Deets preached here yester day aad today (Moaday) at 11 oclock at the house of Louis Klein. A man and had the entire Remington school district, where, as school officers they had squandered a goodly sum of public funds to keep it sound on the goose, thoroughly canvased. And the solid delegation from that district, con sisting of the venerable veteran, Old Joe and the hired man, were duly on hand eager for the fray. The result was Frank Colbv 1G, H. E.\Viu field 14, M. D. Williams 7, T.'V. Fellows 6, L. Klein 2. The dele gation from thflfcRemington district, with the exception of the hired man, voted as a unit for Klein, which accounts for his unexpectedly large vote. Or.D Hoss. Iowa Precinct. Sheriff Mike Schmitz promises your correspondent a call shortly John Milsted was elected a delegnte Saturday night. Mesdames Beaumont and Phillips were up to see their cousin's new kid at Pin gree, last Sunday. Messrs. BeamiK.nt, Smith and Davis are helping frame the new county bridge near Piercy's. It took three women to unhitch ahorse last Tuesday night. The horse and part of the buggy are all right. Jim Miller's "go-devil" for putting lp hay is immense. Three men and one team are better than five men and two teams with wagons. They say Otto Ga sal has several "go-to-the-devils," which means they can do a little more work. Mt. Pleasant Notes. The hills are now tilled with hay out fits of all kinas. Jack Sinclair received word today that his final proof was O. K. Miss Milly Ferrier has been visiting with Miss Lucy Merry tb's last week. At our caucus the other evening, D. E. Buzzell, esq., was elected as delegate to the convention in Jamestown. Mr. Dalley is contemplating a visit to his old home in New Jersey, and it is rumored he will not reiurn alone. While digging a well last week,_ Jack Sinclair found two or three piecies of coal at a depth of about live or six feet. The largest piece weighed fifteen pounds, quality quite fair. We are all glad to welcome back, Fred Holmes, late of Eldridge but now of Joliette 111. Fred has a host of friends here who wish him success wherever he may be tempted to try his luck. Our neighbor and friend '"Rupert," has just returned from a visit to hisold home in Canada, he sa she was not home a week until he began to gaze westward and finally cried out with the poet, Oh Dakota! "with all thy faults I love thee still!" SCOTCH THISTLE. Arrow wootl. Folks say that primary was interest ing. Harry says he is oxen to vote. going to train his Mr. Martin Larson was harvesting rye on Monday. At the school board meeting on Fri day, a lew of live mills was made on district three to pay for moving the school house. The factional wound was not healed at the primary in Esler precincts on Satur day evening. On the contrary-, it was rather widened. One of the voters pres ent made a vigorous kick, stating that the primary was packed with democrats. After considerable rustling, he managed to locate one who, on being asked if he was a republican, said he had got con verted and claimed the right to be a republican if lie chose to be. After about two hours of debate the primary got down to business and elected Alex Cummings and Geo. McKenzie dele gates. Kltlridge Notes. Wednesday the rain fell here all night., putting all the low ground under water. It seems to be the fashion for the ladies to take the boys to the dances now. There have been two or three oases lately. There seeuis to be great attractions for boys on the west side of town. Dan had better be coming home or he will have a few less girls to take care of. Another Englishman in the west is rap idlv falling a victim to a widow's charms. How is it, all the young fellows go for the widows? The widows' previous ex perience must have benefitted them in the art of catching on. The dance in the granary on Tuesday Jast was well attended, about 88 being present, the dance being in honor of the Tappen ball nine. The players were ad mitted free music was furnished by Messrs. Hayes. Michael and McGilli vary. The baseball game between the Eld ridge and Tappen nines resulted in a victorv for the visitors, the score beiog 12 to i7 in favor of Tappen. The game was well played throughout, but had not Fred Warren, the Eldridge pitcher, been lame in the arm, the game would proba bly have had a different ending. Machine oils of all A- Smith's. class of about half a dozen infanta were baptized and at the river side three were^ sprink led, and one immersed the noble Jim. Presiding Elder Plannette officiated, as sisted by Rev. Mr. Deets. The result of the caucus Saturday night was a surprise to the The yonujr republicans took hold of the machine aad run it to suit themselves. The old gang had brought out their lust grades at Baldwin How Iteigart ami Simmons Struck It Rich was the remark that Dave Simmons made to a Saturday Evening Call report er. He is a hostler, alBo foreman in the round-house of the Teldo, Peoria and Western railroad company. "I have invested in the Louisiana State lottery since 1875. In 1877 drew a prize of S20. In 1881 drew $10 last March 85 and the last drawing held one-twentieth of ticket o0.416 that drew the first capital prize of $300,000 and have received the amount of 815,000. I induced Riegart to go in with me (we each held one-twentieth part of ticket No. 50,416) and expect to con tinue."-- Peorin (111.) Satnrday Eve. Call, jnne 1. Harvesting Iet. One hundred acres to cut and shook five miles northwest of Jamestown. S. L. OtASPELIi. Lowest prices on machine oils at Bald win & Smith's. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. [OFFICIAL..] Proceedings of board of county com missioners in session at 10 o'clock a. m., July 31,1889. Present, a full board, Commissioner Eddy in the chair. Minutes of last meeting read and ap proved. On motion the folloing road certifi cates and bills were allowed and war rants issued for same: Certificate No 10, district No 1, Wm O Milne 8 12 80 Certificate No 11, district No 1, John McGibbon 25 60 Certificate No 13, district No 2, John Roach 6 37 Certificate No 14, district No 2, Lupher Bros 34 30 Certificate No 6. district No 3. W A Bartholomew 4 70 Certificate No 7, district No 3, GM Smith 13 50 Certificate No 8, district No 3, Smith 28 50 Certificate No 2, district No 4J^, AW Latta 3 20 Certificate No 1, district No 5, Stephen Abert 11 20 Certificate No 2, district No 5, Urban Stamka Certificate No 3, district No 5, John Kama Certificate No 4, distri.it No 5, Henry Weber Certificate No G, district No 5, Peter Woycoick Certificate No 7, district No 5, Theodore Gospodar.... Certificate No 8, district No 5, John Woycoick Certificate No 9, district No 5, Martin Jaskowski Certifiate No 10, district No 5, 6 40 9 CO 9 60 15 90 John Mutz Certificate Nolo, Rdistrict No 5, Martin Mutz Certificate No 10, district No 5, 6 40 14 20 Peter Fried Certificate No 11, district No 5, John Wrench Certificate No —, district No 5, 10 50 11 90 Martin Mutz Certificate No 17, district No 5, .loos .......... Certificate No 18, district No o, 14 40 Markos Mutz Certificate No 4, district No 7, John Minear Certificate No 5, district No 7, Wm Scott •••_• Certificate No 6, district No i, W Dennison Certificate No 6, district No 7%, A Dewey Vn Certificate No 4, li district No 10, A Warren Certificate No 5, district No 10, Gainsford W Ingraham, boarding pauper, Sullivan Branch, clerk district court fees Geo Topliff & Co, 1 bbl cement for court house Geo Toplitf & Co, wood for poor Frank Andre, board and care of A 6 40 3 20 1 50 9 60 10 50 36 80 Eagan & Gleason .•••••• Certificate No 7, district No i/z, E Harrison 12 80 Certificate No 9, district No 1%, Jas A Morrow 30 o5 Certificate No 11. district No 8, Patrick Burke Certificate No 12, district No 8, 25 50 Willie Sturgis Certificate No 13, district No o, A Elliott •.••••••• ir "o Certificate No 14, district No 8, Isaacson CSpink 32 00 9 60 16 00 Certificate No io, district No 8, Charley Mahonev••••••. Certificate No —, district No 8, ,T Leisch Certificate No 12, district No 8%, 25 95 56 90 Elmer Wiant Certificate No 13, district No 8%, W A Phillips .-•••• Certificate No 20, district No 9'^, Certificate No 2, Rdistrict No 10, A W Dewey ••.•• Certificate No 3, district No 10, 6 40 9 60 9 60 22 40 11 25 24 75 Constant Rettich .......... Certificate No 6, district No 10, McGregor ............ Certificate No 7, district No 10, McGregor ... Certificate No 9, district No 10, Fred Winken Certificate No district iSo 10, Certificate No 4, district No 10,2 John Davidson Certificate No 5, district No 10£ Geo Dewey Certificate No 15, li district No 14, Peter Hanser Certificate No 17, district No 15. 9 60 11 65 38 45 24 00 Charles Frey vT'"-I™ Certificate No 1, district No 10% Reason Certificate No 3, district No 10J| 25 60 1 70 13 55 12 80 John W Pierson Certificate No 6, district No 10)4 A French Certificate No 9, district No 11, 6 CO 13 55 Constant Rettich Certificate No 6, district No 13, W Smith Certificate No 7, district No l., 6 00 11 10 23 10 A Mclntyre Certificate No 8, district No lo, Martin Fogarty Certificate No 9, district No 13, 22 40 Martin Fogarty •. 33 40 Certificate No 10. district No 13, James A Carter 16 60 Certificate No 11, district No 13, 47 00 James A Carter Certificate No 4, district No 14, E Colby .• Certificate No 6, district No 14, li eo 11 10 Henry A Shaver Certificate No 19, district No 15, A Carley Certificate No district No 16, N Brown Certificate No 10, district No 10, Morton W English 5 20 3 30 17 60 8 37 4 00 Board adjourned until 2 o'clock p. m. Board met at 2 o'clock p. m. Present, a full board. On motion the following bills allowed: James Winslow, lumber bridges James Winslow, bridges James Winslow, bridges Jas Winslow, freight on lumber for bridges, advanced Kirk, Allen & Hathorn. material for bridges Kirk. Allen A- Hathorn, material for bridges Kirk, Allen A Hathorn. material for bridges 64 61 James River Lumber Co. lumber for bridges 90 58 James River Lumber Co, lumber for bridges 50 04 James River Lumber Co., freight on lumber for bridges, advanc ed 49 40 were for ...376 8!) lumber for 36 80 lumber for 78 29 55 69 31 34 61 01 18 60 10 75 Barnard ifc Co, stationery A Ashley, deputy register's sal ary for July 3 20 12 00 Martin Mutz 23 2o Certificate No 13, district No 5, Gottlieb Scholtz Certificate No 14, district No 5, 11 45 6 00 6 25 18 40 Tomnier W Sheridan, wood to court house. 7 35 15 70 60 00 McGrregor, janitor and board of prisoners 66 70 Schmitz, jailer 50 00 S McGinnis, clerk's salary for July 100 00 Martin, repairs in court house and work on bridge 12 00 Churchill & Webster, provisions to poor 14 10 W Buchanan, services and mile age 15 00 The following bills were on motion laid over: The Alert, printing 882 40 Jamestown Capital, printing 29 50 Pioneer Publishing Co, printing.. 10 50 Churchill & Webster, strychnine.. 84 00 Petition for a road of James Ferguson and others was on motion received, and the following named persons appointed as road viewers: David Bottsford, James Herbert, Clarence Selvidge. Road petition of F. A. Carley and oth ers and remonstrance of M. J. Villers and others against the road were on motion laid on the table. On motion, auditor was instructed to notify all road supervisors, excepting districts -}i and 4, to stop all work in their respective districts. Board adjourned to 10 o'clock, August 15,1889. Attest: WM. W. GBAVES, County Auditor. TERSE TELEGRAMS. The reports that negroes are receiving concessions for immigration to Mexico are false. C. A. Herbert, a wife beater of Ha garstown, Md., was given forty stripes on the bare back. The difficulties between Typographical Union No. 6 and the New iorii dailies have been amicably settled. Ida Stubenrauch, a 17-year-old girl of Chicago, threw herself into the river and was drowned. It is asserted that a definite offensive and defensive alliance has been effected between France and Russia. The Western Union has protested against the postmaster general's cut of the rates to be paid by the government for telegraph service. It is reported that a syndicate of East ern ship builders is negotiating for the purchase of tiie British naval station at Esquimault, Vancouver's island. Gen. Gardner is investigating the case of four men who represented the Creek nation in the sale of Oklahoma, and wiio received $228,000 for their services. The civil service commissioner has de cided to recommend to the president that the civil service rules be so amended as to exempt from examination clerks on river steamboats, who also, at a nominal salary, act as postal clerks. Madame Diss de Bar has, for the pres ent at ,least, disappeared from public gaze, and will seeK within a convent's walls, a refuge from the cares aud troubles of a "spook" priestess" life. Cable advices from Rio de Janeiro state that the imperial government of Brazil has appointed a commission to represent that country in the inter national congress to be held at Washing ton in October next. William L. IScott, the Pennsylvania millionaire coal baron, who owns nearly all the stock of the Spring Valley (ills.) Coal Mining company, is said to be tig uring with an English syndicate for the entire Spring alley mine, including 40,000 acres of land, tor $4,000,000. Ship Building Syndicate Next. SAN FRANCISCO, July 31.—It is said that a ship building syndicate is being formed, with the Cramps at its head, for the purpose of pooling the interests of all the ship building interests of the coun try, and that the purchase of the British ship yard on Vancouver's island is con templated. It is understood that the British government is willing to sell this yard for $1,500,000. The capital of the syndicate is $4,000,000. The princi pal members are Cramp «!t Sons, of Phil adelphia, Xearie & riollingworth. of Wilmington, Del., Pusey & Jones, of Delaware, and the Union Iron works, of San Francisco. Theodore Cramp is now here and is about to take a trip to Alaska in company with John D. ^spreckels. The Vancouver yard will be inspected on their return trip. "White Ke|ublicani»m" Growing. BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. July 31.—Secretary Barber of the White Republican Protec tion Tariff league reports that thirty six clubs bave been chartered, and many other other applications for char ters are awaiting action by the executive committee. A meeting of the league is to be held in Birmingham about the middle of August, at which effort will be made to introduce the organization into every Southern state. The Grant# to Koysity. LONDON, July 31.—In the house of commons the royal grants bill passed lte first reading without a division, aara the vociferous cheers ot its supporters. Children Cry For PITCHER'S A Practically Perfect Preparation for Children's Complaints. EVOLVED BY EVARTS. The New York StiitcmuaiJ Said to Be the Author of the Williams Constitution. ST. PAUL, July 30.—A special to the Pioneer Press from Grand Forks says: William M. Evarts, of New York, was the author of the so-called Williamscon sv,itution, which was handed in for the consideration of the North Dakota con stitutional convention. West of the Missouri, in Burleigh county, are a quantity of lands owned by wealthy non residents. These parties applied to Sen ator Evarts, who, for the consideration of $500, agreed to write a model consti tution. The land owners raised the amount, and the New York senator, with the assistance of aiiother New York jurist, drew up a constitution aud sent it to Judge Williams at Bismarck. He inserted a few figures and other data, and presented the con stitution, which is a marvel of com pleteness, to the constitution. The clause which is supposed to have been inserted at the instance of the land owners is supposed to be the one allow ing an appeal from the state board of equalization to the supreme court. This would afford non-residents some pro tection, and, as one of the property owners said: "We had better put in $50 apiece and get a ttood constitution than leave it to the mercies of a lot of men who have special hobbies to look out for." The constitution was intro duced by Judge Williams, who assumed all responsibility and agreed to keap secret the authorship. To Bring Back Bnrke. CHICAGO, July 31.—Superintendent of Police Hubbard, accompanied by Lieut. Robs, has left for Winnipeg, and will personally superintend the work of bringing Burke, the Cronin suspect, and the witnesses, Carlson and Masterson, back to Chicago. So much has been said about assassinatiug the witnesses and detectives that he deems it good judgment to exercise every possible pre caution to insure their safety. Woolen Industry Dead on the Coast. SAN FRANCISCO. July 31.—It is an nounced that the Pioa^er woolen factory is for sale, there being no longer any money in manufacturing woolen goods in California, the market for thai pro duct being too limited, and high railroad rates acting as a barrier to the prolitable shipment of the goods to the East. -No •dividends have been paid by the com pany for five years. NOTICE OF CHTTEL MORTGAGE SALE. HKHKAS, default having been made the condition of a chattel mortgage, whereoy the power of sale therein contained lias become operative, made bv l_i. Juitterlicldof fcsler, Stuts man countv 1). T„ to E. Uulienstine ot Jamestown". D. T., mortgage bearing date the 14th dav of December. lSWi, and duly flied in the offie oi' the register of deeds of Stutsiuan coun tv, Dakota: said mortgage was given to secure tile pavment of one In.n.lred donai's, according to the conditions of one promissory note, paya ble to the said mortgagee, viz $11 dared De cember 14. ISsO, with interest at the rate oi per centum per annum until paid. And whereas, by the terms and conditions oij said mortgage, it was agreed tlutf in case delault was made in the pavment of any interest, or any of the notes secured by this mortgage at the times when each respectively came due. all oi said notes, both principal and interest, should become due and paid at the option of the mort gagor. And whereas, default has been made in the payment of said note, in that the same is past due and wholly unpaid, except that the sum o! Sl'_ was paid as interest on July 7th, !•«•, the said mortgagee hereby elects and declares all ol said principal, notes and inlerest to be due and payable aud on said mortgage there is claimed to "lie due at the date of this notice tlie sum ot one hundred nineteen and 50-100 dollars Now therefore notice is hereby given that by virtue of a power of sale contained in said cliiii tei mortgage a.ul pursTiaut to the statute ill such case iiiade and provided, tlie property anil chalteis described in said mortgage and covered hereby, have been seized aiid taken into pusses sion and the said mortgage will lie foreclosed and the said pmpei tv. viz: One il.i light red cow. live vt ais oh!: one '1 small red cow. four venrs old": one .' orowii cow, white lace, nine year old: one it dark red cow. broken horn.the years old, will sold to the highest bidder for cash to pay the sum of one hundred nineteen and j-vii"'dollars and interest and the disburse ments allowed bv law. together with twenty dol lars attorney's fees as provided in said mort gage. Said sale will be made at the police sta riou in tin1 cirv of .Jaiiu'sttiwii. IV I on tin* 10th day or August. ts«i. at io'elock in the aiternoon of that day. Dated at Jamestown. 1. T., July 2Sf. 1W. F,. S. I .A UBKXST1N K. Mortgagee K. D. Alexander, Attorney for Mortgagee. First publication Aug 1, 1SS'». NOTICE OF SALE. VTOT1CK is hereby givfn that by wrtue ol an execution duly issued to nie as sherifl ot Stutsman countv, Dakota, by the clerk of the district court in and for the county of (irand Forks. Dakota, m«in a judgment duly docketed in the offlce of the said clerk on the titli day of July, 18Sy, for the sum of Sl,144.fio. in favor ot Wallace D. Stevens and ajpilist Henry K. iood rich, a transcript of whien said judgment was duly filed and the said judgment duly docketed in tlie office of the district clerk in and for Stuts man countv. Dakota. oil the at NOTICE Of SALE. NOTICK is licrebv Kiveu, tli.it by virtue of a judgment and decree in foreclo sure, rendered and given by the district court of the Third judicial district, in and forthe county of Cass, and territory of Dakota, and en tered and docketed in the oflice of the clerk ot tlie court in and for Stutsman county, on the lBtii dav of June, 1HS9, in an action wherein the Oitv Bank is plaintiff and ii. L. kellv and Hattie JM. Kelly are defendants, in lavor of tlie said iilaintitl', and against the said defendants It. L. Kelly and Hattie M. Kellv, for the sum ot eight thousand four hundred and seventy dol lars and seventy cents ($*,470.70.1, which juug mentand decree among other tilings directed tlie sale by nie of the real estate hereinafter des cribed, to satisfy the amount of said ludgment, with interest thereon, aud the costs and ex penses of such sale, or so much thereof as the proceeds of such sale applicable thereto will sat isfy. And by virtue ot a writ to me issued out of the oflice of the clerk of .^aid court and lor said county of Cass, and under tlie seal ot said court, directing me to to sell said real propert mrsuant to said judgment and decree, J, Michael H. .Schmitz, she• iff ot stutsiuan county, and person appointed by said court to make said sale, will sell the hereinafter described real es tate to the highest bidder.fo'' cash, at public auc tion, at the front door of the court house ill the city of Jamestown,in the comitvof rstutsman and territorv of Dakota, on tlie li'tii day of .Septem ber, A. "D. 18"9. at IX o'clock a. m., ot that day, to satisfy said judgment, witli interest and costs thereon,' and the costs and expenses ol such sale, or so much thereof its tlie proceeds of sue It sale applicable thereto will satisfy, 'lhe prem ises to lie sold as aforesaid pursuant to said judgment and decree, and to said writ, and to this notice, arc described as follows, to-wit: All of section twenty-five (25) and all of sec tion thirty-live (itro.in township one hundred and thirty-seven 1137). north of range sixty-seven (67), Stulsmaii county, Dakota territory. MICHAEL H. SC HMITZ, Sheriff of Stutsman county. Territory of Dakota. Miller, (Ueland & Cleland, Attorneys for I'laiii tift", Fargo, D. T. First publication Aug. 1,1833. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Fargo, D. T., July £9,1889. NOTICE is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intez: tion to make filial live year proof in support of his claim, and that said" proof will be made be fore Hon. Kodei ick Kose, or in his absence lie fore T. 1*'. JJranch, clerk of the district court. Stutsman comity, D. T.. at Jamestown, I. T., on Monday, September 16th, 1889. viz: CAlili KOEU.Iili, II. K. No. 120(52, for the \V. ,u N. E. 4 and \V. 'A S. E. See. 22, Tp. Kange (i'2. He names tlis following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Charles Kreger, of Jamestown, William Far lev, Arthur C. treat, of Spirit wood, Constan tinc llettich. of Jamestown, all of Stutsman county, I). T. "Mll'HAIfl. F. IlATTKLl.K, liegister. F. D. Alexander, Attorney. First publication Aug. 1,1889 NOTICE OF FIVE YEAR FINAL PROOF. I.ana oilice at l'argo. D. T., July 29,1S-0. NOTICK T:tt11 day of July, 1SS«. i, Nl. H. Schmit/.. sheriff of Stutsman countv. Dakota, will on the IStli day of Septem ber 1889, at II o'clock ill the forenoon of said dav, the front door of the court house, in the citv ol' Jamestown. Dakota, sell at public auc tion to tlie highest bidder for cash, the following ilescrilied real estate, which said real estate lias been duly attached in this action, to-wit: Tlie west one-half of section seven and the whole of section fifteen in township 142 north of range west, situated in Stutsman county, Da kota, aud that said real estate will be sold to sat isfy the said judmnent and execution, with in terest and the costs anil expenses of the sale. Dated July -29,188fl. M- H. SCHMITZ, Sheriff o' Stutsman Co., Dakota. Bosard &. Corliss, Attorneys for l*l«intiff, irand Forks, Dakota. .First publication Aug. 1,1*89. is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his inten tion to make live year filial proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made be fore Hon. lioderick Kose, judge of the district court or in his absence, before T. F. liraiich. clerk of said court for Stutsman comity, D.ikota, at said clerk's ortice in Jamestown. Stutsman county. Dakota, on Saturday. September 14, I,s.sl, viz: Alt 1. KS A XIM E X. II. E. X. 12.X22 for the northwest iuarter of section township 138 n, range (54 «., ill Stuts man choiinty. D. 'i, He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: William T. Melvin, George Gaboon, Alphonso S, Hendricks and William Long, all of James town postotliee, Stutsman county. D. T. MII IIAEI. F. DKFAl'LT 15ATTF.1.LE, liegister. O. H. Hewit, Claimant's Attorney. First publication, Aug. 1.1889. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. lias been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage executed and delivered by Rosalia atlarena and (iuiseppe Caltarelia, her husband, mortgagors, to J. \\. Smith, mort gagee, dated the 1st day of November, ISSB, aud recorded as a mortgage in the ortice ol the reg ister of deeds of the f-ounty of Stutsiuan. terri tory of Dakota, on the '_':id day of November, 18:'i, at 2 o'clock p. ni., in book of mortgag pages *14$. Sl'.i and 3tM, on which there is claimed to be due at tin* date of this notice the sum oi nine Hundred, ninety-four and !*'-10) dollars s:i:u.9t together with tlie further sum of iweiiry-ekht and 45-.W dollars (SL\S.45 for taxes on the property hereinafter described for the years tssT and lSS-«, which the undersigned, assignee of said niortgnjje, was obliged to. and did pay. on May li th. issy, with interest thereon from said date of payment at the rate ol twelve per cent per annum, and no action or pro ceding has been instituted at law. oi in eipiity. to recover the debr secured by said mortgoge.'or any part thereof Tiie said mortgage was duly assigned by an in strument in writing duly executed ana delivered bv tlie said J. W. Smith toX. H. (Jaluslia.dated the 7th day ol January, 1SST, and returned in the oltice"of the register of deeds in and for Stutmaii conntv, Dakota territory, on the 10th dav of January, 1^-7. at lOo'clock a. in., ill book It."page 4^ Notice is hereby given, that b\ virtue of a power of sale contain'd in said mortgage, which said power iia.s become operative by reasli of the default aforesaid, and of the 'statute in such .•ase made ami provided. tl said mortgage will be l'oi—closed by a sale of the mortgaged prem ises therein described, with- sale will be made at the front door of the court house ill the city of Jamestown, in the countv of Stutsman and territory of Dakota, at public auction, to tlie highest hidHer by the sherifl if said county, or bv his deputy, on*Monday, the 16th day of Sep tember, lfMt, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, to satisfy the amount which shall then be due nil said mortgage, with the interest thereon, and costs ami ex)eiises of sale, and eighty dollars (•SJOI attorney's fees, as stipulated in said mort gage in case of foreclosure. The premises described in said mortgage and so to be sold are the lot. piece or parcel of land and premises situated in the county ®f Stuts man. territory of Dakota, know* and described as follows, to-wit: Lots four (4), live (5) and six iG. the south half is. of the southwest |ii .rter (S. W. !»). aud the northwest ijuaner N W. of the southwest inarter *s. W. ii oi section twenty nine 3Ai, township ore hundred and forty-three (143), range sixty-lour itvl', containing two hun dred and forty-one 1241' acres, more or less, ac cording to the governmen' survey thereof. Dated Fargo, Dak., July SI, 1889. N. II. CAI.l'KHA. Assigr.ee of Mortgagee. no. D. Farrand, Fargo, Dak.. Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee. First puMicatio.i Aug. 1, 18?'.