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MORTGAGE SALE. DEFAULT has been made In the conditions of mortgage, containing power of sale, dated the 15th day or November, 1880, duly re corded in the otllcc of the register of deeds, Stutsman county, territory of Dakota, Novem ber 24.1880, at 4 o'clock p. in., In book It of mortgages, pages 14 and in, whereby Edith C. Helvidgo and Clarence Selvldge, her husband, mortgagors, mortgaged to J. W. Smith, mort gagee, the northeast quarter (N. E. 54) of sec tion twenty-two («2), township one hundred and forty (1I0, range sixty-three Stutsman county, territory of Dakota (now stato of North Dakota), containing one hundred and sixty (160) acres, more or less, according to the government survey thereof, by which default the power of sale lias become operative, and no action or pro ceeding at law, or otherwise, has been instituted to recover the debt secured thereby, or any part thereof, and there is claimed to be due on said mortgage at die date hereof the sum of eightv-tlireo dollars and ninety-three cents ($8.1)3). Now notice is hereby given that by virtue of said power, and the statute in such case made and provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed, and said premises sold at public auction to the highest bidder, by tne sheriff of said county, or Ills deputv, Monday, the 14th day of July. 1890, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the front door of the court house, in the city of Jamestown, Stutsman county, North Dakota, to pay said debt,1 interest, costs, and expenses of sale, and twenty-live (25) dollars attorney's fee, as stipu lated in said mortgage in ease of foreclosure. Dated Fargo, N. D., May 27,1800. J. W. SMITH. Mortgagee. John J). Farraml. Attorney, Fargo, N. D. First publication May 29,1890. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. Ddelivered EFAULT has been made in the conditions of that certain mortgage made, executed and bv .John H. Homey and Clara E. Homey, his wife, of Stutsman county, territory of Dakota (now state of North Dakota), mort gagors. to H. \V. Child, of Berlin, state of Wis consin. mortgagee, bearing date the S2d day of February, A. D. 1880. and duly recorded in the office of register of deeds in and for the county of Stutsman, territory of Dakota (now state of North Dakota) on the S3d day of February A. D. 1836, at the liour*of nine o'clock forty-live min utes a. in., in book of mortgages, on page 109. And by reason of such default there is claimed to be due,and there is due and payable on said mort gage at the date of this notice the sum of eight hundred and twenty-two and no-icn dollars (SK'22.50), and 110 action or proceedings at law or otherwise have been instituted to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale contained in saiil mortgage, and by virtue of the statute in such case' made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed, and the premises described in and conveyed thereby, viz: The southeast quarter (S. E. of section number twenty two (22). in township number one hun dred and l'orty-l'our (144) north, of range number sixty-five (65) west of the fifth principal meri dian, according to the United States government survey thereof, lying and being in the county of Stutsman, territory of Dakota (now state of North Dakota), together with the hereditaments and appurtenances, will be sold at public auc tion to the highest bidder for cash to pay said debt, and fifty dollars attorney's fees, stipulated in said mortgage, to be paid in case of foreclo sure. and the disbursements allowed by law which sale will be made at the front door of the court house, in the city of Jamestown, in the county of Stutsman and state of North Dakota, by the sheriff of said county of Stutsman at the hour of two o'clock p. m.. on the 12tli day of July, A. D. 1890, subject to redemption at any time within one year, in manner provided by law. Dated at Jamestown. Stutsnian county, North Dakota, this29tli day of May, A. D., 1890. H. W. CHILD, OTICE Mortgagee. McMillan & Frye, Attorneys for Mortgagee, Jamestown, N. D. First publication May 29, 1890. NOTICE 0$ SALE. is hereby given that by virtue of a .131.. judgment and decree in foreclosure, rend ered and given by the district court of the Fifth judicial district, in and for the county of Stuts man and state of North Dal? ta, and entered and docketed in the office of the clerk of said court in and for said county, on the -itU day of May, 1H90, in an action wherein Andrew J. Fee zer"was plaintiff and Sarah B. Jones, Francis E. E. Jones, Arthur NVillsou and A.J. Harris were defendants, in favor of the said plaintiff and against the said defendants, Sarali 11. Jones and Francis .Tones, for the sum of seven hundred and six dollars and seventy-one cents, which judgment and decree among other things direct ed the sale by me of the real estate hereinafter described, to satisfy the amount of said judg ment, with interest thereon and the costs and expenses of such sale, or so much tlie/eof as the proceeds of such sale applicable thereto will satistv. And by virtue of a writ to me issued out of the oflice of the clerk of said court in and for said county of Stutsman, and under the seal of said court, directing me to sell said real prop erty pursuant to said judgment and decree, I. Michael H. Sclimitz, sheriff of said county, and person appointed bv said court to make said sale, will sell the hereinafter described real es tate to the highest bidder for cash, at public auction, at the front door of the court house in the city of .Jamestown, in the county of Stuts inau and state of North Dakota, on the 12th dav of July, A. D. 1899, at 2 o'clock p. of that day, to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs thereon, and the costs and expenses of such sale, or so much thereof as the proceeds of such sale applicable thereto will satisfy. The premises to be sold as aforesaid pursuant to said judgment and decree, and to said writ, and to this notice, sire described in said judgment, de cree and writ, as follows, to-wit: All of lots number fifty-seven (57), one hun dred and ten (110), one hundred and eleven (111), one hundred and twelve (113), one hundred and thirteen (US), one hundred and fourteen (114), two hundred and ninety-one (291), two hundred and ninety-four (294), and two hundred and ninety-three: (293), all in Jones & Vennunrs ad dition to Jamestown, Dakota, (now North Da kota), according to the recorded plat thereof in the oflice of the register of deeds in and for Stutsnian county, N. D. MICHAKI. H. SCHJIITZ, Sheriff of Stutsman Co., State of North Dakota. McMillan & Fvye, Attorneys for Plaintiff' Jamestown, N. D. First publication May 29,1690. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage, containing power of sale, dated the first dav of November 1880, duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds, Stutsman county, territory of Dakota, November 9th 18Sti, at tl o'clock a. in in Book of mortgages, pages 358 and 854, whereby Frank Genzel and Victoria Genzel, his wife, mortgagors, mortgaged to J. W. Smith, mortgagee, the south half (SX) of the northwest quarter (N. W. U), and the north half (N,'0 of the southwest (S. \V.^) of section tweu ty-two (22), townsihpone hundred and forty-two (142), range sixty-two (&.') Stutsman county Territory of Dakota, now State of North Dakota, containing one hundred and sixty (1«0) acres, more or less, according to the government survey thereof, by which default the power of sale has become operative, uud no action or proceeding at law, or otherwise, has been instituted to re cover the debt secured thereby, or any part thereof, and there is claimed to be due on said mortgage at the date hereof, the sum of thirty three dollars and thirty cents ($33.30). Now, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of said power, and the statute in such case made and provided, said mortgage will lie foreclosed and said premises sold at public auction to the highest bidder, by the sheriff of said county, or his deputy, Monday the 29th day of July 1890, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the front door of the court house In the city of Jamestown, Stuts man county, North Dakota, to pay said debt. Interest, costs and expenses of sale, and twenty five (925) dollars attorney's fee. as stipulated in said mortgage In case of foreclosure. Dated Fargo, North Dakota, June 10th 1890. ,J. W. SMITH, Mortgagee. Jno. D. Farrand. Attorney, Fargo, N. D. First publication June 12. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE WEEKLY ALERT. NOTICE OF SALE. Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a ludg melit and decree In foreclosure, rendered and given by the district court of the Fifth Judi cial district, in and for the county of Stutsman and State of North Dakota ami entered and docketed in the olllce of the clerk of said court In and for said county, on the loth day of June 1890, In an action wherein Winchester and Partridge Manufacturing Company, plaintiff, and John W. Goodrich.Frederick 11. Fanclier, J. I. Case Implement Company, a corporation, and W. J. Dean, C. C. Webber, S H. Velle, and C. H. Deere, as partners under tlie tlrni name of Deere and Companv defendants, In favor of the said plaintiff and against the said defendant John \V. Goodrich for the sum of 8879 dollars and 29 cents which judgment and decree among other things directed the sale by me of the real estate herein after described, to satisfy the amouut of said judgment, with interest thereon and the costs and expenses of such sale, or so much thereof as the proceeds of such sale applicable thereto will satisfy. And by virtue of a writ issued to me out of tlie olllce of the clerk of said court in and for said county of Stutsnian and under the seal ot said court, directing me to sell said real property pursuant to said judgment and decree, I, Michael H. Sclimitz, sheriff of said county, and, and per son appointed by said court to maxe 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 house iu the city of Jamestown in the county of Stutsman and State of North Dakota, on the I9tli day of July, A. D. 1S90, at 2 o'clock p. m. of that day, to sat isfy said Judgment, with interest and costs there on, and tne costs and expenses of such sale, or so much thereof as the proceeds of such sale ap plicable 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: Lot number ten (10) in block number eleven (11) in Lloyd's addition to Jamestown, Stutsman county. North Dakota, according to the plat of the audition duly tiled and recorded, together with all the hereditaments and appurtenances thereto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated June 12th l«w. MICHAKI, 11. SCMMITZ, Sheriff of Stutsnian County. CURES PERMANENTLY RHEUMATISM. Suffered for OF THE Loteria de laBeneficenciaPublica OK THE STATE OP ZACATECAS, MEXICO A syndicate of capitalists having secured the concession for operating this LOTTBBT, and will extend its business througliut the Vnited States and British Columbia. Below will be found a list of tlie prizes which will be drawn oil JUNE 27, 1890, AT ZACATECAS. MEXICO. and continued monthly thereafter. CPKIZE,L ^TfTS' '.T.* '4* V? State of North Dakota. George K. Andrus, Valley Cltv, N. D. E. AV. Camp, Jamestown, N. 1). Attorneys for Plaintiff. First publication .rune 12th. 5UACOBS OIL Nearly 30 Years. 187 N. Chester St., Baltimore, Md. For nearly SO years I suffered with rheuma tism in ana and shoulder could not Hit my arm. Less than two bottles of St. Jacobs Oil cured me. W. H. HEESON. Of Many Yeats' Standing. Gadsden, Crockett Co., Tcnn. My case was rheumatism of many yean' •tanding, contracted during tbo war tried most everything without relief. St. Jacobs Oil finally cured me. FRED. ROGGK. AT DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS. THE CHARLES A. V0GEIER CO.. Baltimor*. MC A Lawsuit Over a Hen. Two rather queer cases have been tried in a Columbus justice court. The first was a possessory warrant case and the property involved was one hen. The contestants were negroes, and each em ployed an attorney. After much wran gling by the attorneys the magistrate made his decision. The defeated party is displeased with the result and will certiorari to the superior court. The other case involves the title to a cooking stove. Much time and good temper we*e wasted over these two little matters.— Savannah News. Piles! I'iles! Itching Piles. SYMPTOMS—Moisture intense itching and stinging most at night worse by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form, which often bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore, Swavtie's Ointment stop. the itching and bleed ing,1ieals ulceration, and in most eases removes the tumors. At druggists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. Swavne & Son, Philadelphia. GRAND DRAWING $150,000.00. 100,000 Tickets at 810.00 Halves, §5,00 Tenths, $1.00 American Currency. LIST OP PRIZES: $150,000 is.... 50,000 is i!5.000 is 10,000 are.... 5,000 are.... 2,C00 are.... 1,000 are.... 500 are.... sou are 150 are 1 Prize of. 1 Prize of 1 l'rize of 3 Prizes of 2 Prizes of 5 Prizes of 10 Prizes of 20 Prizes of 200 Prizes of 800 Prizes of 500 Prizes of 9150,000 50,000 85,000 30,000 10,000 10,000 10.000 lo.ooo 40,000 45,000 50,000 100 are.... AtTKOXIMATIOJT MUZKS. 150 Prizes of $150 are 150 Prizes of K0 are 150 Prizes of 50 are Terminal Prizes of 50 are §22,500 15,000 7.500 59,950 219-2 5584,950 CLUB RATES: 6 Tickets for $50. Special Rates Itraagid with Agents. AGENTS WANTED firKlS the United States ami Hritish America. The payment of Prizes Is guaranteed by a special deposit of live hundred thousand dollar-, (§500,000) Willi the state government, and ap proved by Jesus Arechiga, governor. Drawings under the personal supervision of Lie. Herininio Arteaga. who is appointed by the government as interventor. "I certify th.it with the State Treasurer all necessary guarantees are deposited, assuring full payment of all prizes of this drawing. HKRMINIO AKTEACSA, Interventor." IMPORTANT. Remittances must be either by New York Draft. Express or Registered Letter. American money. Collections can be made by Express companies or banks. Tickets sent direct to management will he paid bv drafts on New York, Montreal, St. Paul, Chicago, Sail Fran cisco or City of Mexico. For further information address JUAN PIEDAD, Manager, Zacatecas, Mexico. A partado 43. EDGAR W. CAMP, ATTORNEY, -AKD- Counsellor-at-Law. Office in Doolittle Block, JAMESTOWN. N. D. 'l "Y' MIWLI 1 TRUST. Minneapolis Miller's Convention Votes to Curtail tlie Output for 1890. A Ro-Eiiumeratlon of the Flour City's Population Said to Be Prob able. Dcs Moines River Settlers Give Up the Fight for Their Homes-Dip Wis consin Land Suits. MINNEAPOLIS, June 31.—The most im portant action taken by the miller's con vention was left for the closing hours. Just before the final adjournment Dele gate Freeman presented the following resolution: Whereas, There is in this country an immense overproduction of flour and a consequent pressing necessity for a reasonable curtailment of output by united action therefore be it Resolved, By the Millers' National as sociation that the executive committee be authorized to take action in the mat ter by way of signature consents to limit production to the extent of one-fourth or one-third for the crop year beginning Sept. 1, 1890 nothing to be binding un less the largest firms or corporations join in the movement, and not to be come operative until not less than 80 per cent of the capacity of the merchant millers represented by members of the association should be signed. Resolved further, That the basis of curtailing production shall be the shut ting down of each mill not less than one half the time suggested during the first half of the crop year, or the whole of such period of shut down to be during the first half, the same to be at the op tion of the proprietor. Heavy bonds to be given in all cases for a faithful per formance of the agreement. In support of his resolution, Mr. Free man said the Hungarian millers had adopted such a plan and the results had been most gratifying. While he did not believe in trusts, he thought the output should be controlled in an intelligent businesslike way. The resolution was adopted by a vote of 12 yeas to 4 nays. MAY BE COUNTED AGAIN. Census of Minneapolis Will Probably Be Ketaken. WASHINGTON. June 21.—Nothing defi nite can be gathered at the census office as to what steps will be taken by the de partment relative to Minneapolis affairs. No one seems to know much about them, or if they do, have no desire to give what they do know to the public. Superin tendent Porter is rarely at his office, and never there to correspondents who call to ascertain the latest about the Minne apolis muddle. Of course, rumors of what is going to be done are thicker than flies among the subordinate offi cials, from all of which may be gleaned a strong impression that after a weeding out of some of the enumerators takes place and changes are made in the plans and methods of operations the citizens of Minneapolis will be given another count. LAWING FOR MILLIONS. A Case Involving Much Valuable Land Begun in tlie United States Court at Madison. MADISON, Wis., June 21.—There has been begun in the United States circuit court here three test cases on the out come of which hinges the ownership of 22,000 acres of land, chiefly lying in Ashland county, the aggregate value of which exceeds $3,000,000. Justice Har lan, of the supreme court, came out from Washington to sit with District Judge Bunn during this important liti gation. What are known as the Omaha and Wisconsin Central land grants in tersect in Ashland county. The 22,000 acres involved in this litigation lie within the "place" limits of the Central company and the "limits" of the Omaha grant. Some time ago the question arose as to which company owned them and the secretary of the interior ruled that they did not belong to the Omaha company because that company's grant had been satisfied without them. Farmers Give Up the Fight. FORT DODGE, Iowa, June 21.—Present indications are that Judge Shiras' decis ion in the river land case will stand un questioned, and that the case will not be appealed to the United States supreme court. A member of the settlers' union stated that that organization would give up the fight for title, and devote all its efforts to securing indemnity for the set tlers. A bill asking for indemnity for settlers who are to be dispossessed of their lands will be introduced iu congress this session if possible. The general opinion is that such a measure would pass. L£ADLY DISEASE IN HONDURAS. A Scourge Resembling Yellow Fever Rag ing in Central America. NEW YORK, June 21.—The Herald's correspondent at Belise, British Hondu ras, under date of June 18. writes as follows: "For some months past the colony of British Honduras, and the neighboring republics have been under the ban of a disease which, while it is said by some experts not to be yellow fever, is so terrible in its character as to KILL WITHOUT A SINGLE EXCEPTION every one whom it attacks. Every one who can do so is leaving Honduras for either England or the United States. New Orleans is closed against British and Spanish Honduras, and, if an out' break of the disease occurs, there will be no possible means of getting out of the country, except by the way of Mex ico, which means a long tedious and ex pensive trip. At the Cayo, seventy-five northwest of Belise, it is reported that the people are dying like rotten sheep, lloth llurned with Their Residence. NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y., June 21.—The Russell homestead, on Main street, wai burncyl. Mr. and Mrs. Delaney, wlic were in the house, were badly burned when rescued by neighbors. Mrs. De laney died a few hours after, and Mr. Delaney will not live more than twenty four hours. Tlie fire was caused by an exploding lamp. i"«iu '"f LOOKING FOR THE DEAD. Picked Men Doing Their Utmost to Get to the Dunbar Victim*. PITTSBURG, The victims will possibly be reached during the night. A feeling of horror possesses the people here, and interest is now centered at the mouth of the Ma honing mines. The relatives and friends of the entombed miners seem to grow more anxious every hour during the day and night, and with their increased burdens have abandoned hope. There is no sleep or rest for them. They seem bound to the pit's mouth by some invisi ble power, and in their misery they stand sadly subdued and mute in their horror snd pain, swaying in constant harmony with the pitiable surroundings. They will remain there until the Bull Farm mine gives up its untimely dead The coroner has empanelled a jury and examined the bodies of Daniel Sliieran and David Hayes, two victims taken out, and will return herein the morning when he thinks the other bodies will have been taken out. FATAL WASHOUT. Five Lives Lost by a Disaster on the Canadian Pacific Railway. TORONTO Ont., June 19.—A terrible accident occurred on the Canadian Pa cific railroad, between Claremont and Myrtle, by which five residents of this city lost their lives. A washout was re ported on the road, and alight engine was sent out to repair the damage. There were on board John Wanless, Jr., bridge inspector, of Parkdale James Alton, engineer F. Oliver, fireman, and Sectionmen Lott and Moviarity. The engine, while running at a moderate rate of speed, came unexpectedly on a washout and without warnine, plunged into the break caused by the flood. All on board were drowned. The evening and night trains to and from the east, did not get through, and passengers are being transferred at the gap. The body of Wanless has been found. He was married, with three children. BY A CLOUD BURST. A Score of Dwellings Demolished—Two Lives Lost—Other Damage. EKLAND, Pa., June 19.—Two clouds, meeting, broke over Osceola, causing the waters of Holden brook to rise to an un precedented height. Mrs. Tripp and Miss Mary Thompson were drowned. Their bodies have not been recovered. Nearly twenty buildings were blown from their foundations, and a frightful jam was formed at the trestle of the Fall Brook road. The trestle of the Ad dison and Pennsylvania railroad is gone. One horse was drowned and the tanner ies are ruined. Many people were res cued from houses at great risk. Only one bridge remains an Holden brook and the scene is appalling. KAUKAUNA DAM DEMOLISHED. Six Men Percipttated Into the Torrent One of Them Drowned. KAUKAUNA, Wis., June 19.—A portion of the dam at the combined locks went out at 10 o'clock a. m., and six men who were at work on it went down with it. Five of them were saved, two of them floating down tlie river a mile before they were rescued. Joe Servats is miss ing and was probably drowned. De fects in the construction of the work caused the so-called earthquake of last year. There was much excitement here for some time, but fears of trouble to mills and dams have now subsided. The Deadly Original Package. INDEPENDENCE, Iowa, June 18.—The remains of C. B. Spragg, alias Clarence Butler, and a whisky package, were strewn along the track of the Illinois Central Tuesday. The body was liter ally ground to pieces and strewn for several rods along the track. He passed as a single man here, but letters found on his body prove that, he has a wife in Jackson county, Minn. Serious Freight Wreck in North Carolina. ASIIEVILLE, N. C., June 19.—Two freight trains were wrecked on theAshe ville and Spartanburg branch of the Western North Caroolina railroad, at Melrose station. Four men are reported killed and three badly wounded. Blsmarok's Desire*. BERLIN, June 21.—Prince Bismarck informed a deputation of citizens of Dusseldorf, who waited on him at Friederichsruhe. that his health was ex cellent. He had wished, he said, to re main in office to the end of his davs, but he was not allowed to. Now he desired privacy and hoped the people would leave him alone. A Chicago Bank Closed. CHICAGO,June 21.—The Park Nationa Bank was taken possession of by Bank Examiner J. S. Sturgess. and its doors closed. The cause of the failure is said to be the part the bank took in furnish ing funds for Williams & Co. to com- Eauk lete the Fort Sheridan contract. The is one of the smaller institutions of the city. Minnesota Second District Convention. MANKATO, June 21.—The Second dis trict committee met here and fixed the date for the next congressional conven tion for July 28, the day before the state convention. t,v" June 19.—A special to the from Dunbar, Pa., says: Mine Inspector Blick, of the Pittsburg district, and Evans, of Johnstown, arrived here on Tuesday. They went direct to the scene of the horror, where they were joined by Inspector Kelghley, of this district. 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