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"P I i» Issi W**F, ••, MORTGAGE SALE. DEFAULT has been made In the conditions of a mortgage. containing power of sale, dated the 16th day of November, 1B8U, duly re corded in the ofllce of the register of deeds, Stutsman county, territory of Dakota, Novem ber lU. 1896, lit 4 o'clock p. m., in book of mortgages, pages 14 and 15, whereby KdlthC. Helvltlgo and Clarence Selvldge, her husband, mortgagors, mortgaged to J. W. Smith, mort gagor, thu northeast quarter (X. K. V4) of sec tion twenty-two (.'J2J, township one hundred and forty (110), range sixty-three (Oil), Stutsman county, territory of Dakota (now state of North Dakota), contain IUK one hundred and sixty (160) acres, more or less, according to the government survey thereof, by which default the power of sale has 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 the date hereof the sum of eighty-three dollars and ninety-three cents ($83.93). Now notice is hereby given that by virtue of said power, and the statute ill such case made and provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed, ami said premises sold at public auction to the highest bidder. by the sheriff of said county, or his deputy, Mondav, the llth day of July, 1890, at 2 o'clock in tile afternoon, at the front door of the court house, in the city of .lamestown, Stutsman county, North Dakota, to pay said debt, interest, costs, and expenses of sale, and twcntv-llve (25) dollars attorney's fee, as stipu lated in said mortgage in case of foreclosure. Dated Fargo, X. 1)., May 27,1800. ,T. W. SMITH. Mortgagee. John 1). Farrand. Attorney, Fargo, N. 1). First publication May 89,1890. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. KVAULT lias been made in the conditions of that certain mortgage made, executed and delivered by 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 22ddayof February, A. D, 1880. and duly recorded in the otllee of register of deeds in and for the county of Stutsman, territory of Dakota (now state of North Dakota) on the asd day of February A. D. 1886, at the hourlof nine o'clock forty-live min utes a. m., in book of mortgages, on iage 109. And by reason of such default there is claimed to be due,and there is clue and payable on said mort cage at the date of this notice the sum of eight hundred and twenty-two and 50-100 dollars (SS22.S0). and no 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 said mortgage, and by virtue of the statute in sueli case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed, and the premises described in and conveyed thereby, viz: Tile southeast quarter (S. E. .10 of section number twenty two (32). in township number one hun dred and forty-four (H4) north, of range number sixty-live (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 12th day of July, A. D. 1S90, sublect to redemption at any time within one year, in manner provided by law. Dated at Jamestown. Stutsman county, North Dakota, this29th day of May, A. D., 1S9U. II. W. CHILD, Mortgagee. McMillan & Frye, Attorneys for Mortgagee, Jamestown, N. D. First publication May 29, 1890. NOTICE OF SALE. XTOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of a J3I judgment and decree in foreclosure, rend ered and given bv the district court of the Fifth judicial district, and for the county of Stuts man and state of North Dak fa, and entered and docketed in the otlice of the clerk of said court in and for said county, on the -'4th day of Mav, 1890, in an action wherein Andrew J. Fee ze r'was plaintiff and Sarah 15. Jones, Francis E. Jones,ArthurWillson and A.J. Harris were defendants, in favor of the said plaintiff and against the said defendants, Sarah 11. Joues and Francis E. .Tones, for the sum of seven hundred and six dollars and seventy-one cents, which ludginent. and decree among other tilings 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 proceed* of such sale applicable thereto will satisfy. And bv virtue of a writ to me issued out of the ofllce of the clerk of said court in and for said countv 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. Schmitz, sheriff of said comity, and person Appointed by suitl court to make suid 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 countv of Stuts man and state of North Dakota, on the 12th day of July, A. D. 1890, at 2 o'clock p. in of that dav, 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 ludginent and decree, and to said writ, and to this notice, are described in said judgment, de cree and writ, as follows, to-wit: All of lots number lifty-seven (57), one hun dred and ten (110). one hundred and eleven (111), one hundred and twelve (IIS), one hundred and thirteen (113), one hundred and fourteen (114), two hundred and ninety-one (291), two hundred and ninetv-four (394), and two hundred and ninety-three (293). all in Jones & Vennum's ad dition to Jamestown, Dakota, (now North Da kota), according to the recorded plat thereof in the otlice of the register of deeds in and for Stutsman county, N. D. Htory v'farWdSW1 4 MICHAEL H. SCHMITZ, Sheriff of Stutsman Co., State of North Dakota. McMillan & Frye, Attorneys for Plaintiff* Jamestown, N. D. First publication May 29,1890. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. icfault ba9 been made in the conditions ot a J^inortgace, containing power of sale, dated the first dav of November I8J)G. duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds. Stutsman county, territory of Dakota, November 9tli 1880, at 11 o'clock ii. in Book of mortgages, pages 353 and 854, whereby Frank Genzel and ictoria Gen/el. his wife, mortgagors, mortgaged to J. W. Smith, mortgagee, the south half (S%) of the northwest iiuarter (N. W ii), and the north half (N') of the southwest (S. AV.X) of section tweu (22), townsihpone hundrednnd forty-two range sixty-two (OS) Stutsman county of Dakota, now State of North Dakota, containing one hundred aud sixty (160) acres, more or less, according to the government survey thereof, bv which default the power of sale lias become operative, and 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 be foreclosed and "aid premises sold at public auction to the highest bidder, by the sheriff of said county, or his deputy, Monday the 28th 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 comity, North Dakota, to pay said debt. Interest, costs aud expenses of sale, and twenty live ($25) dollars attorney's fee. as stipulated in said mortgage In case of foreclosure. Dated Fargo, North Dakota, .Tunes lOtli11890. J. V, SMllrl, Mortgagee. Jno. I). Farrand. Attorney, Fargo, N. 1). First publication June 12. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE WEEKLY ALERT. I 1 c» __ 1 NOTICE OF SALE. Notice Is hereby given, tiint by virtue of Judg ment and decree In foreclosure, rendered and given by the district court of the Fifth Judi cial district, iu and for the county of Stutsman State of North Dakota ami entered nud docketed 111 the ofllce of the clerk of said court in and for said county, on the lutli day of June 1890, In an action wherein Winchester and 1'nrtridge Manufacturing Company, plaintltf, and John AV. Goodrich, Frederick 11. Fancher, J. I. Case Implement Company, a corporation, and W.J. Dean, C. C. Webber, 8 H. Velie, and C. H. Deere, as partners under the llrm name of Deere and Company defendants, iu favor of the said (luintift and against the said defendant John W. Joodrlch for the sum of $871) dollars and 20 cents which judgment and decree among other things directed the sale by me of tlio real estate herein after described, to satisfy the amount of said judgment, with interest thereon and the costs and expenses of such sale, or so much thereof as the proceeds of such sale applicable thereto will satisfy. And by virtue of a writ issued tome out or the olllee of the clerk of said court in and lor said county of Stutsman and under the seal of said court, directing me to sell saiil real property pursuant to said judgment and decree, I, Michael If. Schmitz, sheriff of said county, and, and per son appointed by said court to nuiKe said sale, will sell tlie hereinafter described real estate to the highest bidder, for cash, at public auction, at tile front door of the court house in the city of Jamestown in the county of Stutsman and State of North Dakota, on the ltttli day of July, A. D. 1S90, at 2 o'clock p. in. of that day, to sat isfy said judgment, with interest and costs there on, and the 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) First publication June 12tli. A LUCKY MAN. T. F. holloway Draws $7,500 in tbc Denver State Lottery. Mr. T. F. Holloway, who is owner of ti newspaper stand at the southeast corner of Second and Walnut streets, has sud denly come into considerable wealth, be cause he was fortunate enough to hold ticket 45350, which drew the first cap ital prize of S7,500 in the Denver State Lottery. Mr. Holloway has invested in other lotteries before, but this is his first trial in the Denver lottery. A week before the monthly drawing of the Denver State Lottery, he invested 50 cents for a whole ticket, and on the 14th of this month received notice that he had won the first prize. A few days after this Mr. Holloway re ceived 375 twenty-dollar gold pieces by the Welle, Fargo express company. Mr. Holloway is greatly elated over his good fortune, bnt is as yet undecided in what manner he will dispose of it. The Denver state lottery is compara tively anew institution in this city, but has shown its integrity aud its fair method of doing business by the prompt manner in which the claim of Mr. Hollo way was met. The claim of Mr. David Oliver, of 1723 Charlotte street, Kansas City, Mo., who held ticket 35287 and drew SI,250 as the third capital prize, has also been prompt ly met. The tickets are in wholes and halves and are sold at fifty cents and twenty five cents. Mr. B. F. Rhodus, Denver, Colo., is the resident agent of the com pany at the headquarters.—Philadelphia Item, May 28,1890. JACOBS OIL CURES PERMANENTLY BRUISES and WOUNP8. Fell From a Telegraph Pol*. nary, Dak., Sept. 26,1888. I was badly bruised and strained by a fall from telegraph pole couldn't turn in bed. Doctors did no gotd. Tried St. Jacobs Oil 1 Statistics Cities in block number eleven (11) in Lloyd's addition to Jamestown, Stutsman county, Nortli Dakota, according to the plat of the addition duly tiled and recorded, together with all the hereditaments and appurtenances thereto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated June 12th 1S90. MICHAEL H. SCHMITZ, Sheriff of Stutsman County, State of North Dakota.. George K. Andrus, Valley City, N. D. E. \Y. Camp, Jamestown, N. D. Attorneys for l'laintilf. it cured me. VI. H. SCANNELL. The Kicker Outwitted. Merced, Cal., Sept. 29,1888. I was kicked by a mule on right knee and could not walk lor three day Weeks, but St. Jacobs Gil cured me com suffered two pletely. L. LANGDON. AT DBUGGISTS AND DEALERS. VMS CNABIES A. VOGELER CO.. Baltlaan, ML A Popular Hail Insurance Company. PijANKirrroN, S. D., June 14th, 1890. I hereby certify that the Dakota Hail Association, of Flankinton, South Dako ta, has filed to date in this office 159 chattel mortgages covering 10,809 acres. The same being a greater amount of acres covered by insurance than the combined filings of all other hail insur ance companies doing business in Auro ra county for the year 1890 to date. Dated June 14th, 1890. (Seal.) S. E. DBAKE, Register of Deeds. J. T. EAGER, Agent, Jamestown. H. M. COWAN, Sub Agent, Windsor. HAYllTALE. have for sale the Hay on the following described lands for 1890 viz: STUTSMAN COUNTY. N. E., N. W. and Wi Sec. 13139-63,120 acres. 25-139-63, 160 acres. All, except Cleveland town site, 3-139-674 480 acres. Any of the above described lands for sale on reasonable terms. For terms on either hay or land —or both—address, Wm.<p></p>3H Craswell, Valley City, N. At 10.OO PLATFORM SCALE FOR $3.00. Steel BenringH. Hrnx* Scoop and itauin. Fin BONDS Hotels, Offices or Stores Caimcity, 210 llw. QUAit ASTBF.D. A Sewing JUrliir.c, MXHb. Plat form Sralt, KJ A S Ton Wason Smle, 40 & ton Scale 4- Stock Rack, 75 A $75 Horse Power, 40 Price Lint Free. Write fi^JKM^JUutagjlU Issued by Counties, Cities liiul School Districts, and highest prices paid therefor WANTED. School Bonds a S]H?clalty. Full information relative to recent liiws furn ished free. The only exclusive Bond House northwest of St. l'aul. F. R. FULTON & CO., GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA. i,:,.- i," sv .\ .'V. •'.I: •'..' nmtinoi Ficiim Regardlag the Given Out fron Official Sources. Principal Half Mew York, of Course, Heads the List, Chicago Second, Philadelphia Third, Brooklyn Fourth. The Four Cities Aggregate Nearly 5,000,000 in Population—Size of the Twin Cities. WASHINGTON, July 1.—The returns from the following cities have been an nounced in a semi-official way thus far: Brooklyn .. .930,670 Baltimore. .500,000 Boston. 417,720 Cincinnati.. 806,000 Columbus. ..114,000 Des Moines.. 53,000 Davenport.. 80,000 Indianapolis 125,000 Lincoln,Neb. 53,000 Milwaukee.. 200,000 New York,1,027,000 Phila'phia, 1,040,450 St. Louis 440,000 Sioux City.. 35.000 Stockton.... 12,700 Chicago.. 1,100,000 Buffalo.... 250,000 Cleveland. .248,000 Detroit 197,000 Dubuque... 40,000 Gr'd Rapids 95,000 Louisville. .180,000 Los Angeles,50,000 Minn'apolis 185,000 NewOrl'ns. .246,000 Pittsburg. .250,000 St. Paul.... 138,000 Sacramento 26,500 Washin'ton,230,000 Population of Texas Towns. SAN ANTONIO, Tex., June SO.—The of ficial census of the leading cities of Texas discloses the following figures, ap proximately: Dallas, 39,300: San An tonio, 38,900 Galveston, 35,000 Fort Worth, 31,000 Houston, 36,000 Waco, 20,000 Austin, 10,200. The city census of San Antonio, taken as a check to the federal census, gives a population of 55, 000, an increase of 3,500 since 1880. PYIEXICAN TROOPS ROUTED. Seven Killed and a Number Wounded In a Figlit with Filibusters. SAN ANTONIO, Tex., July 1.—News reached here of a bloody battle on the Mexican side of the Rio Grande last Thursday. Col. Nicano Valdez started from his headquarters at San Juan Sabinas, with two troops of cavalry to intercept a band of filibusters who were making for the interior of Mexico from the Rio Grande. He came upon the Bandits in Ambush a few miles west of Polafox. In the fight which ensued Col. Valdez' troops were put to rout after losing seven men killed and a number wounded. The filibusters escaped to the other side of the river with no loss. Original Packages in Illinois. COLCHESTER, Ills., July 1.— Aborig inal package house has been opened up in Colchester on the lines of the recent supreme court decision, and all sorts of liquors are retailed in all sizes of bottles, each and every bottle Ifeing regarded as an original package. It is reported that wholesale liquor houses have offered §100 a month and guaran teed immunity to any man who will open an original package establishment in Macomb. A former saloonkeeper of Keokuk, backed by a St. Louis liquor house, is preparing to open original pack age houses in interior Illinois towns. St. Louis Strikers Hold Out. ST. LOUIS, July 1.—The striking East St. Louis freight handlers held a meeting Sunday afternoon and decided not to accept the terms offered by the railroads and to remain out until the roads acceded to their demands. It is stated that should the roade not grant the strikers' demands the transfer driv ers and other members of the American Federation of Labor, who are immedi ately concerned in the freight handlers movement, would join the strikers. New Yorkers Won Prizes. BERLIN, June 30.—In the rifle shoot ing in honor of the visiting Americans, which took place at Hanover, the fol lowing New Yorkers were successful in winning prizes: Field target (Germany): Zimmermann, second prize. Rifle tar get (Hanover): Waltner, first prize Zimmermann, second. Hunting target: Stein, first prize Zimmermann and Stein won stars, and Krause, Busse, Walther, Zimmermann, Simon, Sieburg, Stein and Scyroeder won cups. Financial Crash in Argentine. LONDON, July 1.—A Buenos Ayres dispatch to The Times says that the National Bank suspended on Saturday. Shares fell from 108 to 100, finally clos ing at 118. As a consequence the Bourse became panicky and a feeling of mis trust pervaded financial and commercial circles. The gold premium is 14S. Have Not Suspended. A dispatch from Buenos Ayres says! that the national bank has not sus pended. It has, however, suspended the payment of dividends. Silver Conference Delayed. WASHINGTON, July 1.—At present the Farmers' Fatal Fight. -jpyy?Wfr probabilities are that there will be no conference on the silver bill until Wednesday. The delay is caused by the absence of Representative Walker, pr0p0sed"shall be made at the re-inter of Massachusetts, one of the Republican conferees of the house. Mr. Walker was appointed while away and has been requested to return as soon as possible, as both sides are anxious to dispose of the measure as soon as possible. Sweetwater Has a Cyclone. RAKENNA, Neb., June 34.—Sweet-! water, a little town six miles west of here, was struck by a cyclone about 2 o'clock in the afternoon. A large roller mill, erected at a cost of $25,000, was completely wrecked, as was the resi dence of Mrs. James L. Graff, and the two stores in the village. A man named Thomas and his son were injured. ment DANVILLE, Ills., June 24.—During a _____ quarrel between J. P. Cook and Albert men Blakeney, well-known farmers of this county, Blakeney struck Cook. The latter drew a knife and plunged it into Blakeney struck Cook. The latter drew a knife and plunged it into Blekeney, inflicting fatal wounds. Cook has so far eluded arrest. 'tlm 1 Two Live* Loil bjr the Caballing of Boat on Lake Xlchlgau. CHICAGO, July 1.—Michael Sheehan, a blacksmith of 248 Forty-third street, and his wife were drowned by their boat capsizing a mile off Jackson Park. Sheehan and his wife and two young men named Oanty and Kelley hired a row boat shortly before noon and pushed away from the shore. In attempting to change positions the little craft was up set and the occupants were thrown into the water. Oanty and Kelly, who were expert swimmers, soon righted the boat and then turned their attention to Shee han and wife, neither of whom could swim. Despite their efforts to save them Sheehan and his wife were drowned. ON A SHARP CURVE. A Miisourl Pacific Train Hurled Down an Embankment—Two Killed and Twenty Seven Kndly Hurt. NEVADA. Mo., July 1.—The Missouri Pacific passenger train was wrecked five miles from here at 5 o'clock by th spreading of the rails on a sharp curve. Three of the coaches were precipitated down an embankment, and two people fatally nnd tweuty-seveo more or less dangerously hurt. A special train bear ing surgeons went to their relief. Those fatally hurt were conductor Sam Jones and a child of W. H. Marvins, both of Kansas City. ON A RAILROAD CROSSING. Two Ladles Killed and Two Others Badly Injured by a Train at I'te Pass, Colo. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., July 1.— Mrs. CoBgrove, of Chicago, and Mrs. Wolf, of Newark, N. J., were killed, and Mrs. Gill, of Chicago, had both legs broken and Mrs. Wilson, of Chicago, was severely bruised, the carriage in which they were riding being struok a Midland train at Ute Pass. The driri and a young companion of the lady es caped injury. Tbe ladles were meinberB of a travelers' protective association who are touring the state. Tropical in Cincinnati CINCINNATI, Ohio, July 1.—The tor rid weather continues with the mercury at 90. At this hour there is a gentle breeze from the west with indications of rain. Cases of sunstroke are reported, two of which were fatal. George Wirch expired at the corner of Gest and Berlin streets at half past eight o'clock and Clinton Seymour was found dead in his room at 37 Elm street. Seymour had apparently been dead several hours when discovered as his skin was begin ning to peel off. Lightning Burned the College. OATLETTSBURO, Ky., July 1.—A ter rific storm passed over this section of the country, lightning and fire doing con siderable damage. It set fire to the East Kentucky normal college, and it was destroyed with all its contents. Loss $14,000 to $16,000 insurance ^l.XMjO. Three young ladies were shocked by the lightning, and one of them, Miss Calla May, partially paralyzed. A Stage Slanager Overcome. BCBLINGTON, Iowa, Juljr 1.—W. -y*"""lHI!'""' ''"'"'*"w? 'f .' 4'J PLEASURE SEEKERS DROWNED. "**v' at Collins, stage manager of Rice's "Eva: geline" company which is playing at the opera house here, was overcome by heat Saturday night and i? in a critical condition. SOLONS WILL CELEBRATE. Appropriation und Election Bills Will Occupy the Time of Congress Till Thurs day—After Thnt the Fourth. WASHINGTON, July 1.—The appro priation bill will occupy most, if not all of the time of the senate during the week. The Indian, District of Colum bia and legislative appropriation bills will be discussed, and there is a prob ability that the Idaho statehood bill will come up. The senate will probably ad journ on Thursday over the Fourth Monday. until In the house the first three days of the week will be devoted to the considera tion of the election bill, which will be placed on its passage on Wednesday No programme for the remainder of the week has been arranged, but Thursday will probably be set aside for the con sideration of the national bankruptcy bill, or possibly the compound lard bill, and an adjournment will probably" taken on Thursday over the Fourth til the Monday follcrwiug. be un- Mordered by His Own Daughter. MILWAUKEE, Wis., July 1.—John Goodrick, aged 50 years, was shot and fatally wounded by his daughter Lizzie, aged 20, at the family home, just outside the city limits. The girl says her father came home drunk and began flourishing a revolver, and that in a struggle to get possession of the weapon he was shot. The location of the wound, which is in the back, just above the hips, is not favorable to her story, and the young woman was placed under arrest. Czartoryski Business. PARIS, July 1.—At the ceremony of removing the ashes of the Polish poet. Mickiewiez, from Montmorency to Crackow, the oration was delivered by M. Renan. Ozartoryski und a number of other distinguished Poles were pres ent. Copies of the speeches, which it is have been ordered to be submit- inent, have been ordered to be submit ted to the Austrian government three days before the date set for the cere mony. NAMHOWLY ESCAPED Eighteen Men Nearly Suffocated in Illinois Mine on Account of a Fire. MONMOUTH. Ills., July 1.—The build ings of the Monmouth Sewer Pipe com pany were destroyed by fire Saturday The fire originated at the bottom of shaft 100 feet deep. The flames in stantly flew up the walls and ignited the building covering the shaft. Three dynamite torpedoes then exploded throwing the fire over a large barn that was filled with hay The heat was so intense that the fire _p: led to the mines Delow, where eighteen men were imprisoned. Nearly twe hours transpired before the men could be reached. They were prostrated when brought up, but a dash of water and fresh air soon revived them. The men only saved themselves by lying down and holding their faces to the ground. could noFappreach the shaft which and all points in New England ahd Canada. The New Short Line VIA TH TO GrandRapids, Saginaw, Detroit NIAGARA FALLS, Buffalo and New York, And all Points in Michigan and the East. KATES ALWAYS THE LOWEST. New and Elegant Wagner Vestibuled Buffet Sleeping Cars on Through Trains. For tickets, time tables and general .infor mation, call on or write to W. B. S. TRIMBLE. Jamestown, Nortli Dakota. T. H. LAKE, Commercial Agent, 3iT West Superior street, Duiutli, Minn. 1' FLAT LEY. General Western A.uent, 291 Jackson street, St. l'aul. Minn. W. F. FITCH. C. B. HIBRAKD. CJen'l Manager. O. 1*. & T. A. Marquette, Mich. SHEEP FOR SALE. We will have 8,000 head of ewes and lambs for sale here between the 15tli and 20tli of July. Terms cash or on time. LLOYD & HAMILTON, Jamestown, N. D. Capital House, JAMKSTOWN. The traveling public will find good accommodations and prices reasonable. Good Sale and Peed Stable in Connection. Attentive Hostler day and night. G. W. Inoraham, Proiu KM 1 1 SHAW & CO. Leader* iu Lowest Prices l'or Reliable Dry Goods. PLAIN, STRAIGHT TALK! Right from the start of the season we have been offering goods at prices that other houses have in vain endeavored to duplicate. THB SECKET Of making money lies in the solution of the problem of judicious buying. The desirability of saving money is pretty widely appreciated, but where and how to save may not be quite so well or widely understood. There is but one Dry Goods store in Jamestown where lowest prices for relia ble Dry Goods rule, and that store is, as the majority of the people know, S23LA.T77" SS CO.'S Were we to charter the entire space of this paper, it would be insuf ficient for us to enumerate the countless and exceptional bargains we are offering in Dry Goods and Notions. FANS! FANS! FANS! At one-half the prices asked elsewhere. We have twice the stock, much the nicest and by far the lowest prices. Butterick's Patterns. SHAW & CO., JAMESTOWN RUSSELL, MILLER MILLlNB COMPANY, Preprlslors Manufacturers of FLOUR AND FEED. THE CELEBRATED BRANDS: iiftlic »f Jamestown, "A" Patent. Golden Northwest I ~n'iiTiirmrimiirmiiiirsiimi iiimi MI HBMIWI •IMW——J—JUILLM—U—• GULL RIVER LUMBER CO., MANUFACTURERS AND DEALFRS IN Lath, Lumber, Shingles, Doors, COAL, WOOD, LIME, BRICK, ETC. Mills at Gull River, Minnesota. Office and Yard—North Siie, near the N. Elevator Co. Duluth South Shore & Atlantic RAILWAY. OVER 100 M3LES SHORTER LAW. FINAL PROOFS. LOANS. COLLECTIONS Real Estate. Insurance. House Renting, Steamboat Tickets, Farms Managed, Taxes paid for non-residents Established 1879 ALLEN & TRIMBLE. THAN ANY OTHER LINE BETWEEN The Great Northwest -•*AND*~ BOSTON, MONTREAL, QUEBEC TORNADO INSURANCE. Indemnity for loss by Tor nadoes, Cyclones and Wnid Storms, at a cost for fiveyears on dwelling house property of $1 for every 8100 insurance, i] Policies written in the most responsi ble of insurance companies ALFRED STEEL. AGENT. GRAND DRAWING OF THE Loteria de laBeneficenciaPublica OF THE STATE OF ZACATECAS, MEXICO. A syndicate of capitalists having secured the concession for operating this and will extend its business tliroughut tlie United States and British Columbia. Below will be found a list of the prizes whicli will be drawn on JULY 27, 1890, AT ZACATECAS. MEXICO. and continued monthly thereafter. CPKIZE,L $150,000.00. 100,000 Tickets at S10.00 Halves, S5.C0J Tenths, §1.00 American Currency. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 Prize of tflSU.UH) Is .. §150,000 1 Prize of .... SO.OOO is 50,COO 1 Prize of 25.000 is .. 25,COO 3 Prizes of 10,1'dii are 3U.UOO Prizes of 5,uoo are 10,000 5 Prizes of "tn.1 are .. 10,000 in Prizes of l,ui'0 are.... 10,000 20 Prizes of nifi are lO.OCO 200 Prizes ot AO are .. 40,000 300 Prizes of 150 an* .. 45,000 500 Prizes of li i.i are .. 50,tOO "J •j .. 50,tOO Al-PKOXIMATIOX ntlZES. 150 Prizes of Sl5u are .. 822,500 ISO Prizes of iro are 15,000 150 Prizes of 50 are 7,500 999 Terminal Prizes of 50 are .. 59,950 249S ...8534,960 CLUB RATES: 6 Tickets for $50. Special Rates Arranged with Agents. AGENTS WANTED !n rvtown .ery city and in the I'tilted States and BnliMi America. Tlie payment of Prizes is uaraiitceil bv a special deposit of five hundred thousand dollars with the state government, and ap proved by Jesus Arochijru, governor. Drawings under the personal supervision of Lie. Herniinio Arteaua. who is appointed bvtlie government as interventor. "1 certify that with the State Treasur -r all necessary guarantees are deposited, assuring full payment of all prizes of this drawing. HKUMIXIO AKTEAr.A, Interventor.'' IMPORTANT. ltemittanees must be either by New York Draft. Express or Registered J.etier. American money, t'olleetions can be made ly Express companies or hanks. Tickets si-nt "direct to management will he paid bv drafts on New York, Unntr-.-al, St. l'aul, Chicago. San Fran cisco or City of Mexio. For lurtlier information address JUAN PIEDAD, Manager. Zacatecas, Mexico. A partado43. •, •imm .i-,.