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Honey Stringency by tlic I'm chase of Silver. Retirement of National ltank Noies and Issue of Silver Certificates Provided For. Bill for a §100,000 Public liuildin? at Fargo Passed—Doings of Congress. WASHINGTON, DOC. Hi.—Tho commit appointed by the Republican senate caucus to devise some measure to re relieve tho stringency of the money market has agreed to report to the cau cus a hill t'iv the purchase of 12,000,000 ounces of ,-ilver and the issue of treasury certificates for it monthly hereafter to take the place of all national liank notes hereafter retired, and for the issue of bonds to an amount of $100,000,000 bear ing 2 per cent, interest, to be used in retiring outstanding bonds. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. Senate. WASHINUTON, Dec. 1(5.—When the senate wa^ called to order at 12 o'clock not more than a dozen senators were present. The judiciary committee was granted leave to sit during the sessions of the senate. The presiding ofiicer stated that the regular order of business was the consideration of the calendar. House bill was passed for the erection of a public building at Fargo. N.%).. at a cost of $100,000 Bill was also passed appropriating $10,000 for the repair of Fort Marion, St. Augustine, i-'la. The bill subjecting oleomargarine to the op eration of state laws, and the Paddock pure food bill and the Conger pure lard bill having come up in their order were laid aside without prejudice at the re quest of ill. Farwell. The house bill was passed the erection of a public building at Camden, Ark., at a cost of $25,000. The senate then proceeded to tho consideration of the electh iw bill, Mr. Colquitt, of Louisiana taking the floor. Tlio House. James W. Hathaway, of Montana, took the oath of office as postmaster of the house. Mr. MeKiniey reported and the house adopted resolutions calling on the sec retary of the treasury for the names and localities of the hanks in w/iich the public money is depo-ited. the date of such dep.'--its. the reasons therefor and the rate of interest pai.l by Mich deposi tories for! he use ot'ihe public funds: also for ijifvrniation as to authority and the law n.ider which such deposits were made. The rules were then suspended and the house passed the bill for the adjustment and payment of claims arising from Indian depredations. (The bill provides for the appointment by the president of three judges, to constitute a court to be known as the court of Indian depreda tion claims, and to inquire into and ad judicate all claims for property of citi zens taken by Indians without just cause. SPOONER IS CONSIDERING. The Wisconsin Senator Said t» Have Keen Ofl'ereii Justice Mil In-'* Kobe. WASHINGTON-, Dec. 16. —Senator John C. Spooner. of Wisconsin, is considering a tender of the supreme court vacancy. The failure to send in the nomination of Attorney General Miller is said to be due to the president's change of inind in desiring to have Senator Spooner on the bench if possible. So much objection within the party was raised that the ad visability of taking some one outside the cabinet was again discussed. Senator Spooner went up to the White House to talk with Judge Gresham and was made aware that President Harrison wanted him on the bench. He will give his auwser by Monday. His Wis consin friends say he is likely to decline. BESIEGED BY SMALL POX. The Republic of Guatemala Reported to Be One Vast l'litiefying Contagion. SAN Fuvxcrscu, Dec. 16.—Among the arrivals on the steamer San Juan Sat urday was Josepii McGullin, a news paper man from New York. The Re public of Guatemala, he said, is be sieged by smallpox. He says that in seven weeks there were 1.200 deaths throughout the country, and the death rate at last accounts was on the in crease. Few sanitary precautions were taken when the disease first appeared, and the result was that the people have been mowed down by the hundreds. The hospitals are crowded and the phy sicians are not numerous enough to at tend to all the cases. There is no chol era in Guatemala, as has been reported. A BOY BEHEADED. Terrible Accident Which Occurred on a St. Paul Street Car Line. ST. PAUL. Dec. 16.—Sunday evening while some boys were stealing a ride on a bob tail car one of the lads, Joseph Bracken, aged seven, lost his balance and fell in such a way that his neck struck the track just in front of one of the wheels. The driver, noticing some thing wrong, ran back and found that the little fellow's head had been com pletely severed from his body. Left Hi* Cards a* Security. YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio, Dec. 16.—Mrs. Thomas Jacobs went to a neigbors, leaving some pies on the table. On re turning she found that one of them had disappeared, and on a greasy pack of cards was the following note: "My Dear Lady—I came here a stranger and found nobody at home. I waa hungry and took a pie and will pay yon some day. Keep the cards till I return.—A Tramp." An Iowa Libel Suit Dismiitaeti. LEMARS, Iowa, Dec. 16.—The $20,000 libel suit against State Printer Bags dale, of the Lemars Sentinel, haa been dismissed at the plaintiff's cost. The suit was brought by Jim Hopkins, ex aheriff, about five years ago, on account of articles published against him in the Sentinel while Hopkins was under ar rest for forgery and indictment for arson. iL!' SORGHUM SUGAR. 'fill* Chrniicui Department Discover* ail TxnnnmIml Mollioil of Mumil'ttutuvp* WASHINGTON, Dec. Tiio animal report of the chief of the chemical di vision, department of agriculture, con tains an account of the process recently perfected as tho result of experiment in the chemical laboratory of the depart ment which must be of the greatest in terest to rorghum growers and to the people generally. "The recent discoveries made with reference to the manufacture of sorghum sugar by Dr. Wiley and his assistants." Secretary Rusk says, "seem to practi cally solve the question of the feasibility of the profitable manufacture of sorg hum sugar in this country. The de partment chemists claim substantially an increase the yield of sugar per thousand gallons of juice of from an average of about 10.000 pounds to an average of over 21.il!)". at an increase of cost of production of $S-! for the alcohol which enters into tho new process. Ac cording to their figures, and estimating the sugar at 4 cents per pound, we have a gain in profit of $o!)o. which is Ncsr!%v U)!l Tci' Cent. Increase per thousand gallons of juice.-' The re port states that in order that this method of production of sugar may be come possible, it will be necessary for the ic\ time laws to be so modified as to allow the preparation of the alcohol used in the process to be carried on without tax, the alcohol to be made un der bond given by the manufacturer that it should be used only in the work of manufacturing and should in no case enter commerce for any purpose what ever. Attention is called to the fact that this process having been discovered and operated by the chemical division of this department, it is unpafentable, ex cept by ihe department for the common use of the people. Dr. Wiley earnestly urges that ilk? department should at lea.-t be permitted to itseif carry on ex periment: on small scale with this method in the experimental stations for the improvement ot sorghum cane and The mamii'act diet herefrom. To carry on these experiments in :t practical way he estimates that a grant of £-0.000 would be entirely sufticient. Secretary Rusk cordially endorses this recommendation, arguing that the magnitude of the in dt'-try involved is such that it does not seem po-si'i le that any objection could be i..' to this prarticai method of demonstrating the value the process ami Ihe feasibility of its practical ap plication to purposes of sugar manu facture. CATHOLIC MUTUAL REVISION. I iivi]«,y:«fs of Separate li^neficiaries Abolished. BUFFALO, X. Y., Dec. 16.—The work of revision of the Catholic ^Mutual Ben efit institution was completed Snlurday by the committee of the supreme coun cil. The amendments to the constitution made at the Niagara Falls convention laft summer were forty. A member of the committee said that the principal amendment was the abolishment of the clause referring to a separate beueft ^eiency. Heretofore when a council numbered 2,000 members it was allowed to maintain a separate beneficiary fund at the expense of the remaining mem bers of the order. Canadian branches had begun to desire this also and it was judged best to stamp out the privilege before it had gained further ground. Fatal I-'all from a Window. NEW YORK, Dec. 16.—Miss Francis Rhind, who lived in the Hotel Albert, Eleventh street and University place, was killed by falling from a fourth story window, of the hotel. The woman was still alive and was taken to a hospital where she died shortly after she was ad mitted. Miss Rhind, who was 40 years old, has lived with her father and mother at the Albert hotel for the past fourteen weeks. The family came from Boston, and it is said they are related to Commodore Rhind, U. S. N. The father and mother are both prostrated at their daughter's untimely end. Met a Terrible Deatli. BUFFALO. N. Y., Dec. 16.—Fire from a furnace at tho Barber Asphalt com pany's works at East Buffalo communi cated with oil used as fuel and caused a terrible explosion and fire at 2:10 a. m. which resulted in the death of Watch man Neil Campbell. The man was frightfully burned about the face, hands and body. The flames attacked the engine room and commuuicated with the machine shop, both of which were destroyed. The loss is about #15,000. Turn Killedat a Crowing. SOUTH BEND. Inch, Dec. 10.—While Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Shafer, aged Ger mans, were crossing the Lake (Shore and Michigan Southern railroad tracks their wagon was struck by a train and both were instantly killed. The horses were thrown some distance and was cut to pieces. Smothered iu Salt. W'AUSAW, X. Y., Dec. 16.—A huge bank of salt fell on a young man named Robert Hoy at the Bradley salt works Saturday night, while he was shoveling it Into cars and smothered out his life. Day'* vents in TJiiu and Neighboring States. Henry M. Stanley will lecture in Min neapolis, Dec. 20. Col. John H. Stephens was elected president of the Minnesota State Dairy association. Dr. C. P. Bissell, of Valley Springs, S. D.. was indicted for manslaughter in the second degree. The St. Paul curlers will build an i|8,000 structure at St. Paul in which to hold winter games. Fire at Lennox, Iowa, Thursday, de stroyed the remaining four frame busi ness houses left by a previous fire. Loss #10,000. The Northern Dakota elevator at Elli ott, N. D., was burned Thursday to gether with 10,000 bushels of wheat contained therein. By the falling of a scaffold at New Duluth, Minn., Thursday, four work men (carpenters) were precipitated a dis tance of thirty feet and all seriously in jured. Rochester, Minn., is to have free mail deliveiy. Four carriers have been ap pointed, the houses are being numbered, and it is expected that mail will be de livered about Jan 15. WAR BEACONS BLAZDNL Signals Lighted by Reds Winch Are Interpreted as* a Ih-i-lnrution •)f Hostilities. Troops ruder (Jen. Carr Ordered to Disarm the Hostile** at All llHznrris. No News Yet "reeked at Headquar ters IN1 lie Hat ties in til.' .. ilids. PINE RIUCE ACFACY, S. D., via Rnsli ville, Dec. 1(5.—About 9 o'clock Saturday night a great light suddenly blazed up in the northwest, in the direction of the Bad Lands. The light faded to a sullen glow and then rapidly spread along tho sky for a distance of a couple of miles. Men posted iu Indian signals in the camp said this meant that the Indians in the Bad Lands had uetennined to fight. It is thought that the conflict between the Indians and cowboys on Battle creek in which three of the former were killed, lias inlliimed the Indians. The Indians in the camp of the friendlies, on being asked what the signal meant, declined at first to talk but, being pressed, finally said it meant that their brothers in the Bad Lands would be on the war path within one sun, and that all In dians who did not join them would be dogs and enemies forever. The friend lies, however, disclaimed any intention of obeying the signal. INDIAN SCARE NEWS. Gen. Carr Ordered to Disarm Host leg t%t All Hnr/irds—Troops on lh« 31:ireii. OMAIIA, i\reb., Dec. 10.—A sppcial from Rapid City, S. D., says a battery of Hotchkiss guns has been sent from Fort Meade to that poiut to reinforce Gen. Carr's command at the mouth of Rapid creek. A number of straggling parties of Indians have been seen going north. They are under command of Short Bull and Kicking Bear and say the}* will not surrender. (.Ten. Carr has orders to intercept and disarm the In dians at all hazards, and it is expected a collision will occur in the vicinity of the mouth of Spring creek or Rapid creek. Dr. McGillicuddy, surgeon general of the South Dakota mifitia has been or dered to join Col. Day's command at the front. A special from Pine Jiidge says part of the Seventh cavalry has or ders to march at midnight. Shot the Peace V\lo Pieees. PiNEllmiiE, S. D., Dec. 1(5.—The In dians sent out by Gen. Brooke io bring the hostites in were roughly treated and their peace pipe shot to pieces. The Seventh and Eighth cavalry are prepar ing to start for the Bad Lands at day break to bring in the liostiles. The Sixth and Eighth cavalry from the Black Hills are advancing from the West. I'rolmbl)' Wt'ic I'alccs. WASHINGTON, Dec. 16.—The war de partment has received no information of conflicts between Indians near the Bad Lands, nor of a light between the In dians and military in Arizona. FATAL B!FH HDAY CELEBRATION. Several Young Laillci Badly Iturnod at Akron, Olilo, Some of Tliem Fatally. PITTSBR KG, Dec. 16.—A special from Akron. Ohio, says: "At a birthday cel ebration in the Buchtel college thirty ladv students were gathered in society's library building. They were enter tained by eight, who wore masks and flowing garments, with high hats, also covered with cotton. The hat of Miss Au relia Steigmier, of Utica, N. Y., caught fire, communicating to the entire party. Miss Mary Stevens, of Clifton Springs, N. Y., had every particle of clothing burned from her body and rolled over and over in the center of the room, where a little group tried to extinguish the flames. Miss Steigmeir was burned from head to foot, and both will proba bly die. The others injured are: Miss Mary Baker, of Fort Plain, N. Y.,ueck, face and chest charred to a cinder: Au relia Warwick, Storm Lake, Iowa, se verely burned also Diana Haynes, Abe line, Kan. Myrtle Baker, Peru, Ohio: Eva Dean. Storm Lake, Iowa Addie Buchtel, Columbia, Kan., niece of John R. Buchtel, of this city, founder of the college: Estelle Mason, Magadore, Ohio, and Dora Merrill, Williamsport, Pa. FOUL PLAY ARGUED. An Ion-a Man 11«11 on Account of the Mysteriou* Disnpnf aruncc of Hi* Wife. OTTLMWA, Iowa, Dec. 1*5.—Mrs. Ma rion Irwin, of Kirkville, mysteriously disappeared Thursday evening, and no trace of her has since been discovered. Her husband Thursday night told his children to go to a neighbor's to play a while, and on their return told them their mother had gone away, he knew not where. Search was immediately commenced for the missing woman, and not being successful, the neighbors caused the arrest of Irwin. The belief is that there has been fonl play, and that the dead body of his wife was secreted in some abandoned mine near by. When searched by the police he had $1,100 hidden in his boot, $800 of it being $100 bills, which he strenuously objected to giving up. He has been very abusive to his wife and this fur nished the basis for the supposition of foul play. _____ SYSTEMATIC THEM a. Trainmen Accused of Arranging Wrecks to Corer l)i»hon*Nty. LOUISVILLE, Ky., Dec. 16.—W. J. Lacy, a freight conductor on the Louis ville and Nashville railroad, was ar rested Sunday night. His arrest, it is alleged, is the first of a wholesale prose cutions to begin at once against the trainmen on the road. They are accused of systematically breaking into and robbing freight cars, and it is even charged that wrecks have been arranged in advance to cover evidence of whole sale thefts. These thefts, it is stated, are part of a conspiracy against the road which has existed ever since the strike of three months ago. FACTS TERSELY TOLD. CntulvtiMul Item* of Now* From All Sec tiotin—The Nor (Invent. Senator l'arrott has begun issuing weekly paper at Waterloo, Iowa,devoted to the farm and home. The Haiteberg Veneer company, with capital st'ick if cjrjo.ooi) has been or ganized in Marshtieid, Wis. Olif Anderson, working in the woods for Dan McLeod, near Hayward, Wis., was killed Saturday by a limb striking him oil the head. A bridge being built across Rock river at Alton, Wis., was partially wroeked by an ice lield. The l'also wood work of two sp:in:« was destroyed, and three men were dragged into the water and nearly drowned. Plaitnian & Son, editors of The Waterloo, Iowa, Courier, have begun issuing daily paper. Several attempts to sustain a local daily in Waterloo have failed, but the present company expect, to establish a permanent journal. While Christ Iveepke. engineer of the Western Indurated Fiber company's factory, at SVinona, Minn., was oiling, his clothing was caught by the main shaft and lie was whipped to death. Every bone in his body was broken. Specimens taken from near Mellin, Wis., have been assayed and found to be rich in nickel, There have been several transfers of land made recently, which look as if further explorations are to be carried on. Efforts have been made to keep the matter quiet. The body of Martin Henner was found on the ice in the river, opposite Twenty seventh avenue north, at Minneapolis, Sunday afternoon. There were no marks of violence about the body to indicate the cause of death, which the coroner declared to have been convulsions. In Oetiernl. The lumber cut. at Cheboygan, Mich., sawmills for the season just* closed was over liiO.OOO.OUO feet, an increase of 17, 000,000 feet over last year. The grip and lung and throat troubles aio said to be taking hold of the Indian ghost dancers, owing to the exposure and hardship endured during the per formance. The Baron de Cedarkrantz who was recently appointed chief justice of Samoa sailed Sunday on the ateamer Almeda from San Francisco for Apia to assume the duties of his office. A party of Mexicans have arrived at Kansas City to study pork packing and cognate manufactures, intending laier on to engage in those industries in their own country. There was a disastrous wreck on a branch line of the Danville road, near Laurenselles, N. C., Saturday night. A construction train jumped the track and piled up alongside the track. Four men were killed. Four others were badly injured. Foreign. The masons of Lippe, to the number of 12,000, will strike in a fortnight for an increase of wages. The National League branch at Ar magli has repudiated Parneli as the the leader of the Irish party. Two sons of the czar of Russia, Nich olas Alexandrovitch and George Alex androvitch, will come to America next spring. Owing to the influx of Poles into Westphalia since the miners' strikes be gan, a Polish newspaper is about to be started there. It is reported at Zanzibar that the sultan of Vitu and his followers have destroyed an English mission station on the Tana river. Several native Chris tians were killed by the sultan's people. The Liberal newspapers criticise Mr. Parnell's Kilkenny speeches as a mass of self flattery and whining over his own illness. They declare that Parneli is nearly at the end of his rope and that the sentiment of the people is growing stronger against him. The Empeior William has dismissed Herr Otto Devrient, director of the Royal theatre. The emperor has been for a long time displeased with the ad ministration of the theatre, and failed to give an opportunity for improvement, meantime attending private tlieatres. The distrust of Dr. Koch's remedy deepens at Paris. Patients of the Lacroix will not consent to an innocula tion with the lymph. The general opin ion of the French medical profession is that the scientific tests applied have not yet proved the efficacy or the safety of the new treatment. The question of inimijfration is excit ing lively interest in England, whither large numbers of Jews are flocking from Russia by way of Germany. The British government has instructed its consuls on the continent to discourage such immigration and to warn passen gers not to rely upon assurances of find ing employment in Great Britain. It is not thought that the great meet ing in the Guild hall, London, Wednes day night will produce much influence upon the czar, who has since answered it by a decree increasing the severity of the anti-Semitic laws, and who is be lieved to be personally determined to break the race down in" Russia. Chief Rabbi Adler has stated that it is the greatest trial of the Jews since Esther, as the number of victims placed this far above the cruel persecutions under Fer dinand and Isabella, and other poten tates of a former age. At the annual dinner of the Conser vative association, of Wadsworth, Sir Edward Clarke, M. P., gave some ex pressions of interest as to the prospects and purposes of the government. The government, he said aid not propose, so long as they had control, to take the ad vice of their enemies, and ask the country to go into the throes of a gen eral election. The government had im portant measures on hand for the benefit of the working classes, and if the Glad stonians should come in, these would have to give way to Irish home rule. Nobody could say when a dissolution might come. In the ordinary course of things there would be do dissolution for at least two years. Dr. Koch's famous cure for consumption has been declared a specific for lupus also. Lupus is a non-contagious skin disease, and most commonly attacks the face. It first appears in the form of one or more reddish brown or reddish yellow blotches. These may vary in size from a pin's head to a split pea. In time these spots spread until their edges touch, and several of them become aggregated into a patch. The dis ease is v«y slow in developing, and a patch the size of a twenty-five cent piece may take years to form. It is chronic and hard to sre", rid of. iV4.-1-i-r .1„ Doer Hunters in tlic HIIIN, A party of four Now Roekford hunteis have spent the past eight or ten dn.\H in tho hills some twenty-five miles north of Dawson tleer hunting. William Riley of Jamestown, WHS with tho party and vo porii that twelve doer was tho result of tin rip. Mr. liiley got livo as tii« pro due of his Winchester. Tho boys otitn li eu nut. They found good tracking snow and plenty of tracks indicating mi.ny deer. Few antelope were soon and none killed. The coteaux have been mostly burned over and floor are found iu the grass strips which are not over four or five miloa wide. A party from Melville was met in the 1 on tho name sport inlcnt and Ivile a pretty good story of lio'.v one of tlu ... run led a long ways and shot, a deor lying down, that had been killed tho day previous and placed in that position a nailing the team to take the carcass into camp. There were no settlers nearer than lit'Leon miles and tho country hunted over is very hilly and stony, hei.ig full of ravines, sloughs, littlo lakes and high grass. Notice of Kvpir:i!ii)n of ltodo»ipt lou. Oi rii'K or COUNTY Arni roK, Stutsman County, North Dakota. To,). A. Ncu-1: You are hereby notified tlint the lami heroin lesei ilied, the S. K. '.t See. U2, T|i. 1!!7, II. I'M, as M'SM'II in your name, was sold for taxes on the Uril day of1 tMolier, IHST, as provided by law, and that the time of demotion from said sale, allowed by law, will expire oil the seventh day 1 February, ts'.it, or within sixty days atter publication of thisnotiee. Iu aild'Uiuu lo the amount herein stated, s-Hi.iHi. us necessary to re deem from said (•ale, the cost of publication of this notice must be paid, together with such In terest as may acorn from ami after Ibis dale. In witness whereof, I ha\e hereunto set lay hand and seal, at Jamestown, in said County of Stutsman, this eighth ria of HccembiT, Jsiio." (SEAL.i \vw. w. VKS. County Auditor Stutsman t'mintv. North Da Kola. I First publication I)ce. !i o!i'e of K.vpiral ion of K.'!elii lio:i. (IKHI'h or orvrv Arnrroi:, Stutsman County, North Dakota. To I'nUnown: You are horehv notified that Hie laud herein described, the N'. K. '-i Sec. 1,'i'p. 1-Ni. 's se.ssed in your name, was sold lor taxes on tho :.rd day oi' let., Iss7, as provided by law, and that liie time redemption l'roiu said mle. allowed by law, will expire on the 7th day of February", ls'.it, or within sixty days after publi cation of this notice, in addition'to the amount herein stated, as necessary to redeem from said sale, tin cost of publie'alion of this notice must lie. paid, together with such interest as may acrue from and after tl is dale. In witness whereof, 1 have hereunto sot my hand and seal, at Jamestown, iu said County o'l Stutsman, Ibis eighth day of In-cembor, I^'.HI." (Seal,) W.M. V'. CIJAYFS, County Auditor Stutsman County, North Da kota. (First publication Dec. 0.) Notiee ol'lixpirutioii of Kedeniplion. OI-TICK or Cocvr\ AUDITOI:. I Stutsman Comity, North Dakota, To Unknown: You are hereby notified tlint tho land herein described, the \v. ,'s anil N. K. Sec. !i, Tp. 142, it. iw, assessed in your name, was sold for taxes on the 3rd day of October, 1SS", as provided by law. and that the time of redemption from sait'l sale, allowed by law. will expire on the seventh dav of February. IKUl, or within sixty days after publication of this notice. Iu addition to the amount heroin stated, ifafl 70, as ees«ary to redeem from said sale, the cost of publication of this notice must ho paid, together with such in terest. as may accrue from and after this date. In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my hand and seal, at.lamestown, in said County of Stutsman, this eighth day of December, 1H!W. (Seal.) W.M. \V. CICAVKK, County Auditor Stutsman ounty. North Da kota. (First publication Dec. !). Notice of K\|iritti»n of Itedomptioii. OKI-ICK OK Cor.vrv Arnrroi!, Stutsman County, North Dakota. I To Unknown: You are hereby notilied that the lain! herein described, the N. li. of N. \Y. a See. 5, Tp. 149, It. Ot, assessed iu your name, was sold for taxes on the trd day of Oetober, 1887, as pro vided by law, and that, the time of redemption from said sale, allowed by law, will expire on the seventh day of February, isfll, or within sixty days after publiea'ion of this notice, In addition to the amount herein stated. $8.tiS, as necessary to redeem from said sale, the cost of publication of this notice must bo paid, together with such interest as may accrue from and after this date, In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand anil seal, at .lamestown, in said County of Stutsman, this eiuhth day of December, 18110. (Seal.) WM. \V. GRAVES, County Auditor Stutsman County, North Da kota. First publication Doe. !l) Notice uf Expiration of l(cdoi»]tion. OFI'ICK or Cor.vrv AI KITOH, I Stutsman County, North Dakota. To !•:. M. Sanford: You are hereby notified that the laud herein described, LotH, Block H, Lloyd's ','ntl addition to Jamestown, assessed in your name, was sold for taxes on tlie 2nd day of letober, |ISK7, as provided by law, and that the time of redemption from said sale, al lwwed by law, will expire on the seventh day of February, 18VU, or within sixty days after publi cation of this notice, in addftion to the amount herein stated, S:s.rs, as necessary to redeem from said sale, the cost of publication of this no tice must be paid, together with such interest as may accrue from amf after tliis date. In witness whereof. 1 have hereunto set my hand and seal, at Jamestown, iu said County of Stutsman, this eighth day of December, IB!*). (Seal.) \VM \V. ttKAVKS. County Auditor Stutsman Comity, North Da kota. (First publication Doc. (l.'i Notice of Kx]iiratl»n "of lteil«ii)|tiou. Omit, or COL'.NTV Arurroit, .Stutsman County, North 'Dakota, To H. .M. Sanford You are liorebv notified that the land herein described, I/»t fi, Block 8, l.loyd's 2nd addition to Jamestown, assessed in your name, was sold tor taxes on the 2nd day of October, ]£87, as provided by law, and that the time of rcdemntion from said sale, al lowed by law. will expire on the seventh day of February, 1891, or witliin sixty days after publi cation of this notice. In addition to the amount herein stated. J3.58, as necessary to redeem from said sale, the cost of publication of this noticc must be paid, together witli such interest as may accrue from ami after this date. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal, at Jamestown, in said County of Stutsman, this eighth day of December, 18'JO. (Seal.) WM. W. OltAVKS, County Auditor Stutsman Comity, North Da kola. (l'irat publication Dec. !l Notice of Expiration of fte«lein]ti»ii. OKFICK OK COI NTV AUOITOU, Stutsman County. North Dakota. To W. 11. Bingham: You are hereby notified that the bind heroin described, the S'. \V. Sec. 14, Tp. 188, It. B, assessed in vour ame, was sold for taxes on the 3rd day of October, 18H7, as provided by law, and that the time of re demption from said sale, allowed by law, will expire on the seventh day of February, 1891, or witIuii sixty days after publication of this no tice. Iu audition to theamount herein stated, $52.St. as necessary to redeem from said sale, the cost of publication of this notice limit lie paid, together with sucli interest as may accrue from and after this date. In witness whereof, have hereunto set my hand and seal, at Jamestown, iu said County of Stutsman, this eighth day of December, 18B0. (Seal.) WM. W. OKAVKS. County Auditor Stutsman County, North Da kota. (First publication Dec. lri A O I it DU l\l L/ O ami School Districts, and highest prices paid therefor WANTHI). School Bonds a Specialty. Pull Information relative to recent laws furn ished free. The onlv exclusive Bond House northwest of St. Paul. r. i?. ruLTON & co., C.ltAND FOUKS. NOiiTU DAKOTA. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I,AM) Orni'K AT FAIUIO, N. 1. I Nov. 2 i, l.H'.W. Notice is hereby given that the following named sdtlcr lias tiled noliee ot' Ills Intention to make llmil live years proof iu support of Ills claim, and that said proof will be made before lion. Roderick Kmc. judge of the district court, or in case of his absence before T. F. Branch, olerk ol sai court at Jamestown, Stuts man county, N, D., on Monday, January IS'.H, viz,: OOTTLIHB SCIIOI.Z. II. K. No. i:u:ti) to the N. 10. oe. Twp. Ml N. lianiro 'ill \V. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said laud, viz: 1'eter Wo/.icl James Kennedy, Loranz .loos. I'eter Fried, all of Jamestown. Stutsman Coun ty, N. I). W.V 1.1)0 J], I'OTTKlt, Itogister. Fredrlis Baldwin, Attorney. First Publication Dec. J, SUMMONS FOK RELIEF. State of North Dakota,' District court Fifth County of Stutsman. Judicial District. IDA J. i:m/r, I riaintitV. I vs. /i uciiiiiAU) i. lioi/r. Deteiidant. I The Slate of North Dakota, lo tho above need defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to a iswer tlic complaint ol (lie plaiiililV ill the a ove entitled notion, which is lilod in lie ofliee ii the clerk of the district court of the Fiftii idieial district, in ami for the comity of Stuts man and State of North Dakota, and to serve a coi iv of your answer to 'he said complaint on the'suhs'crlbor at his oilice in amostoun in said county and state, within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you. exclusive ol' liie day of such service and if von fail to answer Ihe said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintitV in this action will apply to tho court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated, Jamestown, Nov. 7. Isim Gi:o li. i'l iiciiASic. I'laintiit's Attorney, Jamestown, N. D. PROBATE NOTICE. S 'ATI'. OF NOIITIl DAKOTA, rul'X'I'V IIKSTI TSJ1AN, 1 1 County Court, 'I homas llayes County Judge. in tho' matter of the estate of Adam C. 1\ dd doeeased. Noiice is hereliy given that at a special term of the county court to tie held in and for said county at tho court house in tiie it of Jidnestown, iu said county and stale on, Saturday ihe 27th, dav of December A. lit IHDO. at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon e'yjiiat day. the following matter will be heard «u I consiilered: t-tho petition and application of Lizzie Ktjd, of the City, Count.v and State of New YJrk. to have tie duly authenticated eopv of tlfe last will and testament of Adam C. Kidd, late of the City. County ami Slate of New York, deceased, and the probate thereof, allowed and recorded in the county court of said Stu'snian county, and for letters testamentary thereon issued to her. Dated at .Jamestown. North Dakota, this Itli day ot December, A. D, 1(W. Seal By the court THOMAS HAVES. County Judge. McMillan iV Frye, Attorneys for Petitioner, Jamestown, N, D.' First Publication Dec. 4. 1S90. PROBATE NOTICE. S'l'ATi: OF NOltTH DAKOTA, COUNT!" or STrrSMAN, Iu County Court, Thomas Hayes. County udge. In the matter of the estate of Charles M. Wheeler, deceased. Noticc is hereby given that Harriet A. Wheeler, executrix of the last will and testa ment of Charles M. YVIieeler. deceased, has ren dered and presented for filial settlement and tiled in this court her llnal account of lier ad ministration of said estate that said estate is ready for distribution, and that Monday, the 2*.*11 day ot December, A. D. 18 90, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court house, iii the city of Jamestown, in said county of Stutsman. I as been appointed bv the judge of said court for the final .settlement of said llnal account and the distribution of the residue of said estate, at wliicli time and place, any person interested iu the said estate may appear and liie his or her exceptions. In writing, to the said Hiial account or to the distribution of said es tate and contest the same. Dated at Jamestown, North Dakota, this 8th day of December, A. I). 1890. 1 Seal.) Bv the court, 1 HOfoAS HAYES, DKFAULT County Judge. .McMillan & Frye, Attorneys for the ov er ut rix. (First publication Dee. 11.1 NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE SALE. has been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage executed and delivered bv Abraham Plowe and Jane l'lowc, his wife, of nngree, Stutsman county, Dakota territory,now state of North Dakota, mortgagors to John (iray of Belvidere, Boone county, state of Illinois, mortgagee, dated on the 31st day of December, A. 1). 18S7, and duly recorded as a mortgage in the otllee of the register of deeds of the county of Stutsman and territory of Dakota, now state of North Dakota, on the 23rd day of January A. D. 1S88. at 1 :'Jb o'clock p. in., ill book N of iiortgagcs, 011 page 211, on which there is claim ed lo lie due, and is due, at the date of this noiice the sum of Two Hundred and thirty-eight ami i):M(Ki dollars (S238.t3), and the sum of for tixes paid by the assignee of the mortgagee, with interest thereon at the rate of twelve per cent |ier annum, from the 7th day of Noveuiber, A. I). 18U0. and no action or proceeding lias been insti tuted at law or in equity to recover the debt se cured by said mortgage orany part thereof. The said mortgage wae duly assigueil by an in strument iu writing, duly executed and delivered by the said John IS ray to William Dec-ring and Company, a cor|Hnil ion under the laws ol the state of Illinois, dated the Hth day of Oetolier, A. 1). 18fi0, and recorded in said office of register of deeds on the 7th day of November. A. D.lHlK), al 10:20 o'clock a 111., in book of mortgages 011 pages 183 am' Iss. Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a ]Hwer of sale contained in said mortgage and of the statute in such case made and provided, tile said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, wliick side will be made at the front door of the court lMuse In the city of Jamestown, county of Stuts lUan ami state of North Dakota, at public auction tO the highest bidder by the she/'ilf of said coun ty or bv his duly uuthori/.cd deputy, on Saturday toe 3rd day of January, A. 1). 181)1, at Ihe hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to satisfy the amount, which shall then lie due on said mort gage, with interest thereon, and costs and ex penses of sale, and flfty dollars attorney's fee*, as stipulated in said mortgage in case of fore closure, and the sum of 9ail.9l for taxes paid by the assignee of the mortgage with interest there on at tho rate of twelve icr cent per annum from the7th day of November, A. I. 1890, as stipula ted in sain mortgage. The premises described in said mortgage, and so to be sold, are all that lot, piece or parcel of land situated in the county of Stutsman and state of North Dakota, and known and described as follows, to-wlt: The southeast quarter, (S. F.14) of section twenty-six (20) iu township one hundred forty three, (143) N. of range sixty-live, (B5) west, con taining one hundred and sixty acrts, more or less, according to the United States government survey thereof. Dated at Jamestown, North Dakota, this 17th day of Novemtier, A. 1).. 1890. WILLIAM DKEUING& CO., Assignee of Mortgagee, Chicago, Illinois. McMillan & Frye, Attorneys for Assignee of Mortgagee, Jamestown, North Dakota. First Publication Nov. 'JO, IKK). Are you married? If not, send your address to the American Correepondin Club, P. O. Box 613, Clarksburg, W. Va.