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AJ IjOW -lr 4 """fljs COAIi HATKM AT ltMilrmuln in North Dakota Give the 1'coplo a Lower Coal Hate lhan wai Ever Made Before. Railroad Commissioner Underbill hue been ftt St. Paul for ueveral dnya inter viewing the officials of Iho Northern Pa cific and Maitoba railroads ou the sub ject of still lower freight rates for native coal. He has succeeded beyond expec tation in semiring the greatest conces sion made by the railway companies in this matter. The following schedule is for the Northern Pacific main line and branches, and the commissioner states that the Manitoba road authorises him to announce that the company will du plicate the Northern Pacific rate to the patrons along its line. The rate named is as follows, from the mines at Sims: To Jamestown 11'- miles—i?t 75 per tun To nanltorn 1«W .... PR To Valley City ........ 177 ....2 00 To Tower City If:! .... 'J 00 To Buffalo lM ....2 00 To Casselton -1" To Fargo 1K5 ~r To Cooperstown 202 ....""O To Grand Rapids 183 ....'-JOi) To LaMoure 1!)1 0° ToOakes I'll ....2 15 Taken together with the whole sched ule, this is practically one cent per ton per mile after the first 100 miles. For all points east of Crystal Springs an additional charge of 25 cents per ton from Dickinson is made, and 40 cents differential from Mandan to Crystal Springs. Dickinson is 70 miles west of Sims hence the differential in favor of Sims. At a meeting held today the rail road commissioners unanimously ap proved the rates above named. This coal is mined at Sims and sold on board the oars at a cost of $1.25 per ton in small lots. It is claimed that it can be sold for $1.10, and even as low as $1 per ton. For the present, however, its cost must be placed at SI.25. Add to this the rate to Jamestown, $1.75, and the cost in the yards in this city should be, $3.00 per ton. Twenty-five cents a ton is said to be a fair price for delivery, and it is claimed that dealers can sell and make a profit at $3.25 per ton. It is be lieved hat the great difference between the cost of this fuel and eastern coal will, under this last reduction, increase the consumption largely. Farmers and others should take notice. 1'iililiv School Report. At the last examination held in the schools, the following pnoils were high est in scholarship in their several de partments. South School—l3t grade—A class, Archie Dunstan, 98 Hattie McLean, 02 II class, Bena White, 96 Willie David son, 90 Ralph Merry, 96 Eddie Voigt, 91 Frankie Galvin 91. 2nd grade—Mary Brastrup, 99 Eva Dunstan, 98.7. 3rd grade—Julia Werner, 97.5 Annie Anderson, 95. 4th grade—Howard Smith, 97 Nell Wallace. 94. 5th grade—Eugene Biglow, 96.3 Maud Roper, 93.8. 6th grade—Belle Tilden, 97.1 Millie Nashold, 95 May Miller, 94. 7th grade—Louisa Brastrup, 91.3 Clemma Buck, 89.9. 8th grade—Carrie Bronson, 92.8 Laura Larson, 88. 9th grade—Chester Hodge, 94.8: Cor nelia Barrett, 94. High School—10th grade—Annie Melvin, 98 Charles Atkim-on, 92.3. 11th grade— Rae Bigelow, 89.9 Maud Bronson, 80.9. 12th grade—Lizzie Nickeus, 92.7 Ralph Roper, 92.7. S|ecial class—Effie Pratt, 97.5 Edith Atkinson, 94.3. North School—1st grade—A class. Jasper Whitcomb, 97.3 Edith Karcher, 97 Mabel Tauker, 9(5. class—Harold French, 98 Charlie Ytterdahl, 95.5 An nie Ytterdahl, 95. 2nd grade—A class—Maggie O'Brien, 97 Mary O'Brien, 96. class—Lilly Hensel, 97 Maggie Guler, 95. 3rd grade—Julia Dearborn, 97.2 Bob bie French, 96.9. 4th grade—Katie Driscoll, 93.4 Clatie Kulewatz, 90.3. The following pupils, who were neither tardy nor absent, were omitted in the last report: Carl, Cook, Thomas Fergus, Albert DeNault, Robbie French, Otto Schwab, Herman Wolf. Parents will please notice that ou Febuary 1st, school will begin at 9 a. m. O. T. DENNY, Supt., Schools. The Wisconsin CeVitral "j LAST, »A WOUD ,l ToCarringtou 18i ....SOO To New Rock ford 203 2 00 To Minnewaukan 232 2 --'"i licaxe. The Railroad Record and Investor's Guide of Philadelphia, the reputed olii cial organ of the Northern Pacific road, in speaking of the recent lease of the Wisconsin Central, says: 'J?he Northern Pacific Railroad company through the energetic work of its^managers now extends from the Pa. ci lie ocean direct to Chicago, and it is the only transcontinental company that consols under one management such an extent of road—unless indeed the North western—the Union Pacific agreement might perhaps be considered of a similar character. The Northern pacific has leased the Wisconsin Central railroad upon a basis of thirty-five per cent of the gross earnings, which was the agreement in the coutract. The lease is for 999years, and the Wisconsin Central is expected to meet out of this thirty-live per cent the interest on its bonds. The Wisconsin Central is capitalized as follows: $12,000,000 first mortgage 5 per cent bonds. $9,000,000 5 per cent income bonds. $3,000,000 (J per cent preforred stock. $12,000,000 common stock. The gross earnings for the six months of the fiscal year beginning July 1,1889, were $2,479,391 35 per cent of this amount would be $868,000. The charges down to common stock for the six months are abont §710,000, which would leave 8153.(100 applicablo to dividends on the common stock. The Northern Pacific road has been worked most of the year below 55 percent and certainly the Wisconsin Central ought to. be "run" as cheaply. TO NORTH DAKOTA.' An Insurance Journal ha» Several Word* to May Megarlng Some Pending lienlMlation. The following from the Investigator, he insurance companies' organ, publish ed at Chicago, will bo of interest to the general public and especially to the legislators, even if for no other reason than that it is an intelligent exposition, from a partisan stand point, of the subject treated of. But aside from this, it contains some facts and points that are worth considering. The Investigator says: Thero are at leust three reasons why senate bill No 113 should not become law in North Dakota, and the legislature makes a serious mistake if it passes it in its present shape. No state ought to as sess or levy a tax on gross life insurance premiums. Policy holders in that state can not afford to pay a tax on their life insurance. The people are too poor, and then it is great wronft to make those who have the forethought to provide for their dependent ones and keep them from becoming a charge upon the state in case of death, pay a tax on the money thus saved by self-denials and many sacrifices. Let it be remembered the life compa nies will not pay this tax. They cannot afford to do it, and it' would be a great injustice to the policyholders of other states if they should. It must come out of the pockets of the North Dakota policyholders. In the next place, tlie standard proposed for valuation of poli cies ought to be either the American ex perience table of mortality and interest at 41-2 per centum, or the Actuaries and 4 per centum, otherwise the companies will have to make a separate and inde pendent calculation for NortL Dakota, which would be a useless expenditure and waste of policyholders' money. In the third place, the provision mak ing it the "imperative duty of the com missioner of insurance to examine into the affairs of nil insurance companies of whatsoever kind doing business in this state," is an insult to all the other states. Th« most charitable view to take of that clause in the bill is that those who inserted it did not know what they were doing. To illustrate: If .the Mutual Life of New York applies to the insur ance commissioner of North Dakota for admission to that state, he must first examine the company. What does that mean The last time the Mutual Life was examined, the work was done by the New York insurance department. About 70 persons were engaged in it. and they were about six months in completing it. The cost was a great many thousand dollars. This examination was then only a partial one, and the company was less than two-thirds its present size. Then, there is not a man in the state who has the requisite knowledge or technical training necessary for such an undertak ing. We are not under-estimating the character and ability of those sturdy western men, for many of the best and ablest men of the country are to be found there, but their ability doe* not lie in the direction of examiners of life insurance companies. It requires spec ially trained men for the work and such are found only where their services are required in the eastern states. J? North Dakota wants an insurance department, and desires to pass a law which ahnll do justice to both their peo au.l the O' mpames, the legislature can not do belter than to take the law enact ed by the New York legislature, and follow that so far as its conditions will appl£ to their needs. Experts framed that law, and the dignity of North Dako ta solons will not be lowered in the least by taking for their guidance the com bined wisdom of the Empire State. A Musical Muss. Some days since The Alert mentioned the fact that several of the musical or ganizations of North Dakota were con testing for the honor of playing at the chanty ball to be given at Bismarck by the members of the legislature. Among other things it was stated that the Fargo orchestra wanted to be paid for its services—if such it can be termed while the others were willing to do the act for the expenses of the trip only .Now comes a letter from Lon Rupert, leader of Rupert's orchestra, Fargo, concerning the item. Just what idea Mr. Rupert is endeavoring to work through his system is not very clear. Here is the central thought and main paragraph of the let ter: '*1 wish to say that I will challenge any orchestra of 8 pieces west of Minne apolis on concert or dance work and further, will challenge any orchestra of 8 pieces in North or South Dakota or Minnesota, including St. Paul or Minne apolis, on ball room work. The fact that orchestras employ outside talent'to assist them in earning merit is by no means a credit to any place. Get and earn your merit on your home orchestras as we boys do at Fargo and don't be ashamed to recognize the fact." Tracy's Home and Family limited. ST. PAUI,, Feb. 3.- [Special. A Wash ington dispatch says Secretary Tracy's home burned early this morning, and his wife and daughter and one servant were burned to death. One report says that thesecretary was also fatally burned another says he is not seriously in jured. Till', AMOVE CONFIRMED. ST. PAUL, Feb. 3.—[Special.]—The re port of the burning of Secretary Tracy's house, wife and daughter is confirmed. Secretary Tracy himself was not seri ously injured. Dead In Bed. BISMARCK, February 1.—[Special]— This morning a traveling man named Cummings, who represented a St. Paul boot and shoo house, was found dead in his bed at the Sheridan liouse. The cause of his sudden death has not been made public. He leaves a wife and several children, who live in Fargo. Commendable. All claims not consistent with the high character of Syrup of Figs are purposely avoided by the Cal. Fig Syrup Company. Its acts gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing the system effectually, but it is no® a cure-all and makes no pretensions that every bottle will not substantiate. --!iti',:,ifiii it•iiiiiii'ii.i'^iv 1 ii.iiini vpiwsiWv, SIGHT OF THE END. Tim LLLG llutury I'iuw OH th« Onlrii Pa cific Given Out After fifteen Maya Steady Work. SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. !J0.—The rotary plow, which has been making a big fight in the Sierras toward raising the block ade on the Central Pacific road, broke down in the final drift remaining near Cascade. The plow had been working for fifteen days continually and it was thought the big machine would hold to gether until the road was cleared, but the strain was too much and it was com pletely disabled when only 200 yards of snow bank remained. An army of shovelers remained at work all night to clear away the remaining snow obstruct ing five cars of delayed mail which were sent West from Reno Tuesday night and wliich will bo the first train through. John Coughlin, telegraph operator at Cisco, died at his lonely station four days ago of pneumonia. Three men, including a doctor went to his assistance on snow shoes, but arrived too late to save his life and he was buried in a snow drift. His body was removed to Sacremento Tuesday. Mrs. McVean, wife of Surgeon A. C. Vean of Jefferson barracks, died at Truckee Monday of diphtheria, while on one of the West bound trains. Tuesday Lucia Searette, the Mexican midget, said to be the smallest human being in the world, a passenger on the same train, died at Truckee from gas tric fever. AID FOR THE CRIPPLES. OIl OIHoerD of tlie Three Hanks l'ledge Tlieni»elve» to I* lit Them on Their Fctt Again. NEW YORK, Feb. 1.—The outlook at present is that the depositors of the Sixth National, the Lenox Hill and the Equitable banks will shortly receive in full the money due them. It will not, however, be due to any efforts of the syndicate of financial Napoleons who originated the gigantic scheme to wreck these institutions. Two or three wealthy business men, including President Le land, who have been deceived into al lowing these schemers to get control of the banks in question have pledged themselves to make good any deficiency in the money due the denositors. At 10 o'clock a. m. a small card was placed on the front door of the Equitable bank bearing the announcement: "This bank is temporarily closed. ASSAULTED BY LABORERS. A Kansas Hank President Severely Iteaten by nu Infuriated Mob. WICHITA, Kan., Feb. 1.—President Armstrong, of the Conway County Sav ings bank, Conway Springs, twenty miles southwestof this city, was assaulted by an infuriated mob of laborers and beaten so severely that the attending physicians hold ont only slight hopes for his recovery. President Armstrong is also the chief of a company operating a sugar manufacturing plant and employ ing about 100 men, with whom a new agreement had recently been made. The employes insisted that under the new scale they were being defrauded out of a portion of their wages and about sev enty-five of them went to the office of President Armstrong in the bank. Be fore the conference had proceeded very far Mr. Armstrong grew furious and ordered the men to leave his office and bank. The maddened laborers then seized him and bore him to the street and beat him almost to insensibility. The sheriff was a witness to the scene but was powerless to interfere. No ar rests were made. TO DEFEAT STRIKERS. A Scheme on Foot In Kniglaiul to Kstiiblioli a Company Which Will Furnish Any (/law* of Men Desirtnl. LONDON, Feb. i.—The recent strikes conducted by labor organizations have led to a movement in behalf of employ ers to establish a "Labor Supply Com pany," the function of which is to fur nish men of any calling desired to take places of men on strike. The announce ment of the prjposed formation of this company, which has the support of all employers of considerable number of men, has caused more or less perturba tion in the ranks of the trades unions despite their assertions to the contrary, ana there is much curiosity on both sides to observe how the scheme will work. BECOMING UNEASY. Mtiwn. lark and MaRinni* in Constant Con«ultation with the Democratic Seum tor» in Washington. WASHINGTON, Feb. 1.—Messrs. Clarke and Maginnis, of Montana, are in con stant consultation with the Democratic senators and are presenting their case before its actual presentation to the com mittee and the senate. It is generally understood that they are loading the orators of the Democratic side with facts and points about the Tunnel precinct which will be fired off when the Mon tana case comes up for discussion. Both Clarke and Maginnis have been some what uneasy since the recent supreme court decision in Montana, and they are trying to convince their Democratic friends that it cuts no figure in settling the contest. The Republicans are anx ious to see the text of the decision, as Representative «. 'nrter claims it will clear up and help solve the problem. LA GRIPPE IN PARIS. A St. Paul Citizen Tells What He Saw of It in tlio French Capital Seveuty-tive Thousand Dentils. ST. PAUL, Feb. 1.—Mr. G. V. Bacon has just returned from a trip to Europe. Speaking of his experiences in Paris, he said: On this«ide of the Atlantic we do not know what la grippe is. Why, in Paris alone there were 75,000 deaths from the disease. At a hotel where 1 was stopping the dead body of a lady lay for five days before a hearse could beseemed to carry it to the grave. Paris was al most deserted bv travelers, in some of the largest hotels thare being only five or six guests., Tlie I'omisy 1 vania's New I'oiil urc. PHILADELPHIA. Feb. 1.—The Pennsyl vania Railroad company lias originated on its limited a feature absolutely novel and entirely unique. Stenographers and typewriters will be placed on the lim ited between New York anil Pittsburg to take the dictated correspondence of busi ness men, transcribe and dispatch the same from the train. No regular railway train in the world affords any parallel to the completeness of the limited :'-l: .. An Acroatic. 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MII'MAKI. r. iS.UTKl.l.K. Kojdster. .1. S. Watson, Attorney. I'irst publication .Ian. .'«, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. l.and Office at Fargo, O., .Jan. in, ltflo. "Vr0'1'1*'1- is hercbv driven that the following I named settler'has filed notice of his in tention to make final five year proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Hon. Roderick Rose, judge, or in his absence before T. F. Urancli, clerk, at Jamestown, X. 1., on Thursday. March t. 1890, viz: CLAIiK TITMAX. H. K. Xo. for the northwest quarter of section It, township l.:9 n. range t'3 w. lie names the. following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon andcultivation of said land, viz: J.Kddv. (Jeorire .McCregor, Charles k. Mc Klroy and Arthur Dewey, all of Jamestown, Stutsman county, X. D. MK IIAI::. F. MATTKI.I.K, Register. S. i„ (ilaspell, Attorney. First publication .Ian. 21, 1MW. How to Cure all SUin Disea^eH." Simply apply Swayne's Ointment." 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House Renting, Steamboat Tickets, Farms Managed. Taxes paid for non-residents Established 1879, ALLEN & TRIMBLE. NOTICE OF HOMESTEAD FINAL NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. PROOF. l-ancl Office at Bismarck. N. D., January 22, 1890. is hereby given tliat the following named settler has filed notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support, of his claim and that said proof will be hiade before the judge, or in his absence, the clerk of the district court, at his office iu Jamestown, X. 1., on March 3, 1590. viz: OSCAR E. KKA, ttegister Kirst publication, Jan. 1890. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Fargo, X. 1)., January 10, 1890. •XT OTIt'E is hereby given that the following 1^1 named settler lias tiled notice of hid inten tion to make live vear final proof in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof, and that said proof will be uiade before Hon. li*l eriek Hose, judge,or iu his-absince, before Theo dore K. Hraneh. clerk of the district court, at Jamestown, Stutsman county, X. I)., on Thurs day. February 27th. 1890, viz: HUGH McCRIMMOX. H. K. Xo. 12,863. for tlie southwest quarter of section 0, township 138, north of range 04 west. He names tlie following witnesses to prove liis continuous residence ujwn and cultivation of said land, viz: Richard Hall, William .lenkin, Kichard l'en dray William P. Lenton, all of Jamestown, Stutsman county, X. D. MICHAEL F. HATTKULK, Register. W. I!, S. Trimble, agent. First publication Jan. 1«. 1S89. NOTICE OF SALE. N iy OTIt'E is hereby given, That by virtue of a judgment and decree in foreclosure, render ed and given bv the district.court of the Fifth Judicial district.'in and for the county of Stuts man and state of Xorth Dakota, and entered and docketed in the office of the clerk of said court, ill and for said county, on the 27th day of January. I8!»i, in an action wherein Mary M. Fav was plaiutitf and John li. Mathews, Mar garet 1. Mathews. James R. Winslow, and .lames R. Winslow trustee for the (Hill River Lumber companv and James River Lumber company, defendants, in favor of the said plain tiff and against the said defendants, John B. Mathews "and Margaret D. Mathews, for the sum of nine hundred thirty dollars and seventy four cents, which judgment and decree, among other tilings, directed the sale by me of the real estate hereinafter described, to satisfy the amount ot said judgment, with interest thereon and the cots aiid expenses of such sale, or so much thereof as th.* proceeds ol such sale ap plicable thereto will satisfy. And by virtue of a writ to me issued out of the-otliee of the clerk of said court iu and for said county of Stutsman, ai.d under the seal of said court, directing me to sell said real property pur suant to saiil judgment, and decree, 1. 31 i eliael ll.Sehmi'tz. slierilf of said county, and person appointed by said court to make said sale, will sell the hereinafter described real estate to the highest bidder for cash at public auction, at the front door of the court nouse in the city of Jamestown in the county of Stutsman and state of Xorth Dakota, oii the 8th tliiv of March. A. 1). 1890, at 'J o,clock, p. in., of that dav, to satisfy said judgment, with interest anil costs The northwest quarter 'X. W of section numbered twelve (lit in township numbered one hundred and forty t40 north of range numbered sixty-live .') wesi, containing one hundred and sixty tMO' acres, according to the government survey thereof. SKI AUCIIAKI. 1! SCHMITZ, Slierilf 1''Stutsman county. State of Xorth Dakota. si- & I.T., Attorneys for l'iaintiti. Fargo. Xorth Dakota. First publication Jan. M(. IS'.K-. «|t »Doors,| i^nid Office at Fargo, Xorth Dakota, January 21,1890. NOTICE is hereby given tiiat the following named settler has tiled notice of her inten tion to make live year final proof in support ol her claim, and secure final entry thereof, and that said proof will be made before Hon. Rod erick Rose, judge of the district court in and for Stutsman county. Xorth Dakota, and in case of his absence, before Theodore F. Branch, clerk of said court, at Jamestown, Stutsman county, Xorth Dakota, on Friday,March 14,1890. viz: ALICE J. Bit AD LEY. Widow of Theodore F. Bradley, deceastd. H. E. Xo. 12,073, for the northeast quar ter of section 28, in township 141, north of range 62 west. She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: August Klose, Anton Loren/., I.eo I'fefterly. John' F. Lueek. all of Jamestown. Stutsman county, Xorth Dakota. $33 I MICHAKI. F. RATTKM.K, liey'gter. McMillan & Frye. Attorneys. First nublieation Jail. 30. l.SJIO. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. WHEREAS Henry liroekmeier. unmarried, mortgagor, on January •.% 1884, duly exe cuteU ami delivered to Clara 15. Morgan, mortgagee, his indenture of mortgage bearing date January 18,1884, mortgaging all the following described land situated in Stutsman county, state of Xorth Dakota Chen Territory of Dakota), viz: The south half of Section nine teen, in township one hundred and forty-two ilia), north of range number sixty-two' («2i west. And whereas, said mortgage is duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds for Stuts man county, North Dakota, in nook of mort gages, page 93. And whereas, there is claimed to be due and is due upon said mortgage at the date of this lio ree the sum of live hundred dollars principal, and eighty-three dollars accrued and past due interest ui all i«i88. beside the attorney's fee. stipulated in said mortgage to lie paid in ease of foreclosure thereof and default lias been made in the terms of said mortgage by failure to pay the principal thereby secured, when due. anil interest thereon, and by failure to pay the taxes levied upon said land I'orthe yearslW and 188S. Xow, therefore, notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of a power of sale therein contained said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of said premises at public auction, lobe made bv the sheriff of said county of Stutsman, or his deputy, to the highest bidder for rash, at the front door of the court house iu the citv of Jamestown, iu said county and slate,at 10 c'lock a. in. on Saturdav. tlie l.'itli dav of February. A D. 1S1J0. Dated Januan lsyo. CLARA i: MoliOAX. Mortgagee. J. S. Watson, Attorney lor Mortgagee. First publication Jan. i'. 1S9U. ALIAS NOTICE TIMRF.K TUEE. Co.M thereon, and tlie 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 pursuant to said judgment and decree, and to said writ, and to this notice, are described in said judgment, decree and writ, as follows, to wit: seeds. I I? m- 4 ITL 1'. S. Land Office. Fargo X. D. January mil, issio. l'LA I XT having been entered at tlusolliev by Albert W. Wedemau against the heirs of (ieorge O. Thompson (deceased for failure to comply with law as to limber culture entry Xo. DM', dated May Jstli, is&>, upon the S. li. v, Section 12, Township H0, n. Range 05 w, Stutsman county. Xorth DakMa. with a view to the cancellation of said entry: contestant alleging that the said Ceorire ). Thompson, (deceased i. did not, during his lifetime, plow or break the five acres during the first year of tils said 1'iiiry, as required by law. That since said time no one has cultivated said traei, or any paft thereof to trees. Thai lliere is not now growing upon said tract ten acres ol trees as required by law That at no time has more than live acres been planted to trees, either by settings or by •i That no pari of the ten acres has been cultivated in auv manner lor over one year, last past, and thr.t there are now v.-w. no trees growing upon said tract, as reqini ed b\ law tlie said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office ou Tuesday. I he 4tli das of March. ls:Ki. at to o'clock, a. m.". to respond and furnish test imony concerning said alleged laiV ure. MlCllAKl. F. R.ATTl',I.I.K. Register. McMillan Frye, Attorneys. First publication Jan It'.. ltS9. 4 1 ii*' Pi ff If PI!