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\?i i: tit IT'S A GO. The Semite l'iissos may ('ope'x ltcso- liition by ai Vote of 1I to lrt. Governor Iturke Selects Trustees tor Tli fee State Kriueutiotuil Institution*. Some Dismission Provoked in the House Upon the Subject of Silver. BISMAKOK, 4 p. m.—Special.—itesub mission passed the senate, 1G to 15. The qneetiou is now settled as far ns this legislature is concerned. There was a sharp parliamentary tight, the pro hibitionists playing obstructionists. BISMAKOK, Feb. lit.—[Special]—Gov ernor Burke today sent to the senate his first batch of appointments. The offi oers named were tho trustees of the Fargo Agricultural college, the Valley City and Mayville Normal schools. The appointments were confirmed. The men named were: Agricultural college—O. W. Francis, H. F. Miller, J. Lowell, Jr., Peter MoKeuna, Fargo, four years J. B. Power, Helendale James Deshones, Grafton It. 0. Cooper, Cooperstown, two years. Valley City Normal school C. E*. Heidel, F. P. Wright, George Ka nouse, Valley City T. M. Elliott, Elliott William Goodrich, Jamestown. May ville Normal school—L. B. Gibbs, E. Paulson, Mayville C. A. Bigelow, Rugby O. Sevungard, Devils Lake G. E. Bow ers, Hillsboro. The moie important appointments like public examimer and oil inspector, will not, it is believed, be made before the last week of the session. The only thing in either house today in the nature of a bomb was Burton's reso lution instructing the North Dakota del egation in congress to endeavor to defeat the free coinage bill. There was quite a little discussion over the matter. The resolution was first laid upon the table. Then Oliver rallied the republicans to the party platform and succeeded in having the resolution taken from the ta ble and referred to the committee on banking, of which he is chairman. He said the republicans had voted with the democrats on resubmission, and pro tested against their doing so again. Oliver will see that it is never reported from the committee. Half a dozen members made short speeches on the resolution, and Representative Lutz, in replying to the remarks of Messrs. Oliver and Bur ton, said: To the gentleman from Hansom I would reply that neither he nor any other politician will be able to prevent a free manifestation of the will of the peo ple when the time comes. The reason why the republican party was defeated last fall is that they did not heed the wieaes of the people. The gentleman from Grand Forks is mistaken when he thinks that the silver bill contemplates the conversion of 80 •cents into one dollar. The value of sil ver depends upon demand and supply as much as the value of wheat or any other commodity. Silver may rise in value and undoubtedly must rise. Free coin age of silver, however, was tried in other countries before it was suggested in this country. If the gentleman is acquainted with the compact of the Latin monetary union he must know that anyone could take his silver to the mints of France, Belgium and Italy and have them coined into 5franc pieces, end these countries have thereby certainly not been ruined. This silver bill will not bo nn eternal iaw and should congress discover in two or three years that its continued oper ation work injury to our finance, it may suspend or repeal the law. I do not believe in dealing with a sub ject of so great importance by means of a resolution launched at this hour with out notice. The senate passed the bill appropri ating $60,000 for the Grand Forks uni versity the bill fixing the minimum time for which a person can be sentenced to the penitentiary and the deaf and dumb asylum bill, appropriating 816,500 for the institution. The bill fixing the salary of superintendents of schools was again the subject of considerable discussion. The mileage consideration was fixed at 7 cents and the bill passed. Senator Fuller presented two peti tions from Jamestown. One protested against resubmission and the other asked for it. The pretest was beaded I Mrs. I. C. Wado. Half the signers were women. The house passed a number of comparatively unimportant bills. Among them were the bill prohibiting the mortgaging of real and personal property in the same instrument and Senator Worst's parole prisoner bill. The bouse committee on railroads re ported adversely tbe bill to compel rail roads to equip all cars and engines with safety brakes and couplers. Oliver's bill fixing the maximum rate for the trans portation of passengers in the state at 3 cents per mile was reported with an amendment catting the figure down to two and one-half cents. (n the house Yegen introduced a bill tooompel county physicians to visit siok when requested. White, to provide for the erection and operation of normal schools. Burton, cieate a sheep indem nity fund oat of the dog tax. Gill, to provide for the appointment of a com mission of five to supervise the compila tion and publication of the laws of the state. Lutz, to provide for the publica tion of supreme court decisions and an other bill relating to the probate and r& cording of foreign wills. In the senate, the committee on stock introduced a bill the object of wbioh is to prevent the spread of contairious disease. Little, to give Louis Von Linde mann of Bismarck, 9150 for horses killed to arrest the spread of glanders. Bisbee, relative to the payment of county salarieh- how it shall be done. Patch, to compel clerks of court to index court records. The committee on appropria tions, to appropriate $25,000 for the North Dakota display at the Worlds fair exposition. Svensrud, to appropriate 930,OUO to be expended in the purchase of seed grain for destitute farmers. Tom Gleason and Ike Hayes reached an understanding today and have enter ed into an agreement to light 25 rounds in this city, Thursday, Feb. 26, for a purse of 8300, the winner to take 65 per cent of the gate recipts. A forfeit of $25 aside will be posted tomorrow. BISMARCK, Feb. 12.—[Special]—Today's session in both houses of the legislature has been uneventful. As usual the house proceedings were the liveliest. The capital removal matter came up again on a resolution introduced by Richie, but was disposed of by post ponement until next Wednesday when Axvig's proposiMon to amend the consti tution will be considered. Richie's reso lution reads: Resolved, That there be a committee of seven appointed, four from the house of represeniatives, appointed by the speaker of the house, and three from the senate, appointed by the president of the senate, to take into consideration the practicability and advisability of moving the capital from Bismarck to some other more convenient and accessible point in the state, to receive propositions of do nations of either money or site, or both from different cities or towns who desire the same (if any there be,) to inquire into the de sirability of accepting any or either of them and to take into consideration tbe whole subject matter of continuing or discontinuing the capital at Bismarck and to report to the next session of the legislative assembly of this state. Lamb introduced a memorial to con gress for a reasonable appropriation to successfully irrigate by means of artesian wells or other practical methods, the set tled parts of tbe arid and sub-arid h.nds of North Dakota and for the passage of such laws as may be necessary to settle all interstate irrigation questions. The memorial was adopted. It recites that the government sold the land to settlers for arable land and that it is nothing more than right that a portion of the purchase price should be set aside to make the land what it was sold for. The house passed a number of bills, but none of them of any particular im portance. Among them were house bill 33, relating to the state board of can vessers 8, an amendment to the justice code the bill to legalize the state tax levy the Pembina county blind asylum bill and the senate bill giving county commissioners the oo«er to dispose of property bid in at tax sale. Cope introduced a bill appropriating $6,000 to pav the bounty offered for the manufacture of potatoe starch. Erick son, one to repeal the law prohibiting of ficials from speculating in their offices. Foss, a railroad taxation measure. It provides that railroads shall be taxed on tbe basis of an assessment of their whole property made by the state board of equalization. White introduced a bill prepared by Gov. Burke appropriating §1,6"0 to meet expenses incurred by the executive during the recent threatened Indian outbreak. The senate appropriation committee recommended that the bill making an appropriation for a dormitory and boiler house for the Grand Forks university be indefinitely postponed. They also cut down the maintenance bill of that insti tution from $79,600 to 860,700. The drawing for terms was again post poned. The committee reported and the matter was postponed until Satur day. Mr. Kearney'* resolution instructing the asylum board to bring suit against the bondsmen of Gray Bros., was adopt ed in the senate. Among the senate bills introduced were these: By Haggart, relating to the execution of bonds and undertakings by guaranty companies. By Bjorgo, to fix the compensation of clerks of court. By Little, fixing the penalty for neglect of officials to make required report. By Miller, requiring return to be made of births and marriages. By Almen, to prohibit the mortgaging of homesteads and other exempt property. Several petitions were presented ask ing for an extension of the time at which taxes become due, and Senator Haggart presented one from a Baptist Sunday school at Fargo declaring against resub- Nothing was done in the matter of re submission today. The senate adjourned before the resolution was messaged up from the house. The resubmissionists assert, and tbe prohibs deny, that the proposition will go through the senate. According to the latest, each side claims to have the senate, 16 to 15. It is bard to determine which claim is well founded, but the general opinion is that tbe prop osition iB all right. The capital removal matter is likely to interfere with the progress of the resolution. The removal scheme was sprung yesterday by the pro hibitionists, it is claimed, as a punish ment for the slope men who were almost a unit for resubmission. Now the slope men are demanding of the resubmission ists that the capital removal question be disposed of before the Cope resolu tion reaches a final vote. It is claimed that there are several senators who will not vote for resubmission until tbe re moval scheme is sat upon. TAKING THE Bii/iCK VEIL. Kate Drexel Dedicates Her Iife to Religion and Charity. A number of people remember the visit of tiie Drexel sisters to the North Dakota Indians several years ago, under the guidance of Father Stephen. They were in Jamestown a short time, and went from this place north to the Turtle Mountain reservation. The girls are heiresses to large fortunes, and naturally are of a deeply religious turn of mind. They have been the object of unremit ting attentions on the part of fortune hunters, but all haye successfully re sisted this species of attaok but one, who bus been recently, and it is said, happily married. Much has been writteu about the Drexel girls, their education, posi tion and wealth bringing them frequent ly before the public. The latest gossip is contained in the following dispatch from Pittsburg: Miss Kate Drexel, or Sister Catherine, made her final religious profession and took the black veil of tbe new Roman Catholic order of the blessed sacrament, at 7 o'clock Thursday morning in the chapel of Mercy convent. As stated in these dispatches last night, the ceremony was a very private one, witn only her brother-in-law, W. H. Smith, the church dignitaries, sisters of mercy and novices of the new order present. Archbishop Uyan of Philadelphia, interrogated and received the vows of Sister Catharine, and Bishop Phelan celebrated mass. After Sister Catharine completed the re cital of the formula of the vows, she re ceived holy communion and tbe veil and ring of the new order, given by Arch bishop Ryan, of whose diocese Sister Catharine was a member. At the con clusion of the ceremony a repast of dry bread and black coffee was served, of which all partook quite freelv. Sister Catharine has been in a retreat in the convent for the past ten days, preparing for the serious step she took today. Her priucipal convent at Andalusia, near Philadelphia, will not be ready for some time yet. It may be six months before Miss Drexel issues forth with her little band of workers. According to Mother Neri, of Mercy convent, Sister Catharine as superior of tbe new order, will retain control of her immense income, which she will in reality hold in trust for the benefit of the order. The garb to be worn differs slightly from the habit adopted by the sisters of mercy. Northwestern Notes. Four offenders against the prohibition law were sentenced by Judge Templeton, at Grafton, yesterday. They were August Nordus, Andrew Thompson and Theo dore Henkerode of Park River, and Ole Walden of Voss. Each got ninety days in jail, and from ten to thirty days ad ditional in case fines averaging $500 are not paid. Tbe district attorney was in structed to foreclose liens upon the property where the liquor was sold in order to collect the fines. Judge Tem pleton told the accused that it. was no pleasure for him to pass sentence upon them, but that it was his duty. He was, however, as lenient as possible. Fergus Fall? Journal: M. H. Scbuss ler wants to get married to his first cousin, Louisa Schussler. Tbey both live in South Dakota, seventy-five miles southwest of Wahpeton. First cousins cannot marry in Dakota and they wrote to the clerk of court here. He wrote them they could get married here, and they came up for that purpose. When they arrived, however, it was found the young man was under age, that his par ents live in Pennsylvania and that he had not obtained their consent. Thus the cup of joy was snatched from the lips of the young couple almost at the altar. They went away disconsolate. Bishop Shanley's Sentiments. Biship Shanley has been interviewed at Chicago on tbe Indian situation in tbe northwest. He said the government is responsible for the recent outbreak and charges the Indian bosses with gross mismanagement. He does not condemn individuals, but condemns the system which places almost unlimited power in tho hands of persons who know little or nothing about the aborigines, their habits and customs, than what is gleaned from books written on the subject. Speaking of Sitting Bull's death, the bishop said: "There is but one word that will convey my view of that affair, and that word is 'slaughter'. Sitting Bull was not killed legitimately, as tbe word is understoood in warfare he was unnecessarily butchered. I am satisfied that he could have been brought in by the soldiers and the police, who are most ly half-breeds, but it is known how the killing was done. And this act served to exasperate the Indians." Not One in Ten Of the people you meet from day to day baa perfectly pure, healthy blood. The hereditary scrofulous taint afflicts the large majority of people, while many others acquit diseases from impure air, improper food and wrong indulgences. Hence the imperative necessity for a re liable blood purifier like Hood's Sarsa parilla, which eradicates every impuritv, and gives to the blood vitality and health. It cures scrofula, salt rheum, humors, boils, pimples, and all other affections caused by impurities or poisonous germs in tbe blood. All that is asked for Hood's Sarsaparilla is that it be given a fair trial, ,v': Htute Summary Oakes Republican: Agent Bunco in forms us that there is a little movement among the Soo officials which would in dicate that preparations are making to push work on the extension as soon as spring opens. It is learned that the carpenter crew have orders to put iu temporary coal platforiuB at Hankinson and Boynton and that a car of bridge material arrived at the former place this week. Bismarck Tribune* While the outside world is snowed under and the telegraph daily brings news of storms and disaster, the North Dakota hen goes bravely on Judge Winchester has a hen that on Tuesday last hatched a fine brood of chickens. The hen stole her nest and set in a box on the south side of the barn, outside. All the eggs did not hatch out, but. a large portion of them did. This may seem a little "fishy," but if you wish more proof, the Judge will be pleas ed to swear, under his official seal, that these statements are true and also to show the little chickens, which he has in a warm place. Little did Mr. W. C. Holden think when he issued a check for sixty-fivedol lars on the bank of Grand Forks in the year of our Lord 1878, in favor of a gen tleman by the name of Earl, that the latter woulJ manifest the tenacity that be has shown in keeping the check aloof from the world these many years. Not until yesterday did Mr. Earl, who is now a resident of Omaha. Neb., think it worth while to present tbe check for payment. The check was received yes terday by Mr. Beecher of the Union Na tional bank for collection—but of course is valueless. The bank of Grand Forks, upon which the chesk is drawn, has long since pulled dowu its shingle and gone to nap. The payor, Mr. Holden's, name does not appear upon the directory, and the chances are he has gone to render up his checks elsewhere. The thing is a curiosity and shows how foolish a man is to deposit a check in his bootleg, for so long a period at least. Death of* Admiral Porter. WASHINGTON, Feb. 13.—Special—Ad miral Porter died here this morning, after a brief illness. Admiral David D. Porter was a son of Commodore David Porter who com manded the Essex frigate in the war of 1812, and was born at Philadelphia in 1805. At the commencement of the war of 1861 he was appointed, with the rank of commander, to the steam sloop-of-war Powhatan distinguished himself at later periods in the capture of New Orleans, and in the attack upon Vicksburg. He was made vice admiral in 1866, and in 1870 became dmiral of the United States navy. ON® ENJOYS Both the method and result* when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels oolds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. 8vrup of Figs is the on!y remedy or its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy ana agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 60c and $1 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro iure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAM FRANCISCO, CAU TOUMNIE, *r. MEW ROUT, U.R A I it l\| O and School Districts, and highest prices paid therefor WANTED. School Bonds a Specialty. Full Information relative to recent laws furn ished free. The only exclusive Bond House northwest of St. I'aul. F. It. FULTON & CO., I:AND FORKS, NOKTH DAKOTA. orrnoi °h( 4kh* win.'* N O W E S E N ObliUvl GROWN HKEDS A-e without e«iual. Send address for copy of new CATALOGUE, which Is packed full of good things both old and new. I offer nothing utwlwt I have THOROUGHLY TESTED in this LATITIT DE. My tests the past season con sistedof nearly 300 varieties of VEGETABLES and GRAINS. 1 have FIELD CORN that ma tures In SEVENTY DAYS. Native forest trees any size desired. Address, OSCAR WILL, Bismarck, N. Dak. fa rnuii THIV THE BEST. D. M. Fsasv ft Co a Illustrated, Deicriptiv* and Priced SEED ANNUAL] [For 1801 will be mailed FREE uo all applicants, and to lastieaton'ij cuitomen. It it better than svsr. Every penon using Garden, Flower or Field Stab, should send for it. Address O. M. FCRRV a CO. DETROIT, MICH. Largest Seedsmen in the world r,v* f' NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. DEFAULT having been made in tlif condi tions of a certain mortgage executed and delivered by Deforest C. HUCK and Flora W. Muck, his fe. mortgagors, to E. H. Ituud. mort gagee, tinted the 27th lav of March, lOHG.aud re corded as a moi tgage In theoincivof the Reg ister of Deeds of the county of Stutsman. In the Territory of Dakota, now State of North Dakota, on the aotlt (lay of March. 188«, at o'clock 90 niimitesa. m., in book "O" of mortgagees on page ItiU, duly assigned by E. It, Reed to F. It. Bassett which assignment was tiled In the office of the Itegisterof Deeds aforesaid and recorded in book "Q" of mortgages ou page *0, after wards duly assigned by It, Raggett to Mary A. Throckmorton, which assignment was tiled in the office of the Register of Deeds aforesaid and recorded in book "It" of mortgages on pa -,e 17#, on which there Is claimed tube due at the date of this notice the amount of seven hundred six and Ao-iooth, (£7o0.ru) dollars, and no action or proceedings has been instituted at law or In equity to recover the debt secured by said mort gage, or any part thereof. Notice is given, that by virtue of a power of Hale contained in said mortgage and of the statute in such cane made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, which sale will lie made at the front door of the court house iu Jamestown in the county of Stutsman, stiltc of North Dakota, at public auction by the sheriff of said county on Saturday, the 21st day of March. 1891. at 8 o'clock p. m., to the highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy the amount which shall then be due on said mortgage, with the in terest thereon, with costs and expenses of sale, taxes and seventy-live (37.V01)dollars,attorneys fees, as stipulated in said mortgage in case of foreclosure. The premises described in sakl mortgage, and so to be sold, arc the tract or parcel ofland situ ated in tho county of Stutsman and state of North Dakota, and known and described as fol lows, towlt The northwest quarter (N. W. X) of section numbered twenty-two in township num bered one bund ed thirty-iilne (139) north, of ran/e numbered sixtv-flve (6ft) west of the tiftli principal meredian. according to the govern ment surv thereof. Dated January 15th, 1M»I. MAltY A. THROCKMORTON, Assignee of Assignee of Mortgagee, li. A. llill, Attorney for assignee of assignee of mortgagee. Jamestown, North Dakota. (First publication January 20,1891.) NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. DEFAULT having been made in the (mil lions of a certain mortgage ex cuted and delivered hv J- hn W. Hover (unmarried) mort gagor, to Edwin II. Cay ley. trustee for lleald & oinpany. mortgagee, dated the 27th day of October, t8Ht, and recorded as a mortgage in the office of the register of deeds of the county of Stutsman. In the territory of Dakota, (now state of North Dakota) on the wth day of November, 1886, at 9 o'clock a. m. in book of mortgages on page 2HI, and afterwards duly assigned to John C.Yeatman, which assignment was duly re corded in the office of the registerof deeds snore said on the 1st day of December, 1WX, in book V" of mortgages on page *10, on which tnere is claimed to be due at the date of this notice the amount of live hundred and eighty-three dollars, and no action or proceedings has been instituted at law or in equity to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof. Notice is given, that by virtue of a power of sale contained in said mortgage, and of the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, which sale will be inade at the front door of the court house in the city ofJainestowu.Stutsman county, state of North Dakota, at public auction by the sheriff of said county on Saturday the 21st (lav of March A. D, 18»1. at 2 o'clock p. to the high est bidder for cash, to satisfy the amount which shall then be due on said mortgage, with the in terest thereon, with co ts and expenses of sale, taxes and fifty ($50) dollars attorneys fees, as stipulated in said mortgage in case of fore closure. The premises described in said mortgage, and so to be sold, are the tract or parcel of land situated in the county of Stutsman, and St%te ot North Dakota and known and described as fol lows. to-wit The southeast quarter (S. E. X) of section numbered ten (10) in township numbered oue hundred and thirty-eight (188) north of range numbered sixt -four ((H), west of the fifth prin ciple meredian, contain ng one hundred and fifty-five acres more or less, accordimr to the government survey thereof, not including one acre heretofore sold to Ueaver school township. Dated January inth 181. JOHN C. YEATMAN, Assignee of Mortgagee. It. A. Bill, attorney for assignee cf mortgagee, Jamestown, North Dakota. First rublk'.ition Jan. Si). 1891. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. DEFAULT having been made in the condi tions of a certain mortgage executed and delivered by Bert Manck (unmarried) mortgagor to Margaret L. Yeatman mortgagee, dated the 7tli day of Febrtianr, 18H1. ana recorded as a mortgage in the office of the register of deeds of the county of Stutsman, in the territory of Dakota, (now state of North Dakota) on the 8th day of February, 1884, at I o'clock p. in. in book "U" of mortgages on page 54, on which there is ciaimed to be due at the date ot this notice the amount of seven hundred and forty-two (742) dollars, and no action or proceeding* has been instituted at law or in equity to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof. Notice Is given, that by virtue of a power of sale contained in said mortgage, and of the statute In such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, which sale I lie be made at the front door of the court home In the city of Jamestown. Stutsman county, state of North Dakota, at public auction by the sheriff of said county on Saturday the Si 1st day of March, A. 1). 1891. at 2 o'clock p. ni., to the liignest bidder, for cash, to satisfy the amount which shall then be due on raid mort gage, with the interest thereon, with costs and expenses of sale, taxes and sixty (960) dollars attorneys fees, as stipulated in said mortgage in case of foreclosure. The premises described in said mortgage, and so to be sold, are the tract or parcel of land situ ated in the county ot Stutsman, and state of North Dakc ta aim known and described as fol lows, to-wit:— The northwest quarter (N. W. 'j) of section numbered twenty (20) in township numbered one hundred and thirty-seven (187), north of range numbered sixtv-two (62). west of the fifth prin cipal meredian, containing one hundred and sixty acres more or less, according to the gov ernment survey thereof. Dated January loth, l&H MARGARET L. YEATMAN, Mortgagee. It. A Bill, attorney for mortgagee,.Jamestown, Noith Dakota (First publication Jan. 89, 1891 NOTICE. State or North Dakota,) District court KiMi County of Stutsman, Judicial District. Johnson Nickeus and Fredrus B. Baldwin vs. DanielII. Pierce. The State of North Dakota, to the above named defendant: You are hereby summoned and required lo answer the complaint of the plaintiff In the above entitled action, of which a copy is hereto annexed and herewith served upon you, and to serve a cony of vour answer to the said com plaint on the subscriber at his office in the city of Jamestown, in Nald couuty and state, within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you. exclusive of the day of such service and if vou fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid the plaintiffs in this action will take judgment against you for the *um of one hundred and thirty-five dollars and fifteen cents, with interest at the rate of seven per cent, per annum from the 8d day of Feb ruary, 1891. together with the costs and dis bursements of this action. Dated 2nd Feb., 1891. Fredrus Baldwin Plaintiff's Attorney, Jamestown. X.' D. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OKKICR AT FAHCIO, N. D, February 9th, 1891. Nnamed OTICK IS hereby given that the following settler has filed notice of his intentlou to make five year final proof in support of his claim and secure final entnr thereof and that said proof will be made before Theodore F. Branch.clerk ot the Distrletcon't, at Jamestown, Stutsman county, N. D., on Wednesday, March 25,1891, Viz: JOHN ALEXANDER, H. K. No. lift!!! fir the north-east qnartcr of sec tion 12, township 137, north of range 66 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, fiuid land, viz: Archibald Mclntyre, William K. 1/wton, M. S|Nrry, Timothy A. Williams, all of Jamestown, Stutsman county, N. D. \VAU0 M. I'OTTEK, Register, W. II. S.Trimble, Agent. [Kirst publication Feb. IS, 1891.] T\BFAULT has been made in the condition# of a mortgage containing power of saw dated September 10th, 1887, duly recorded Iu the office of the Register of Deeds of Stutsman county, then Territory of Dakota, now State of North Dakota, September Hth, 1887, in book of mortgages, page 30B, whereby Lucius Wright and Mary B. Wright, hla wife, mortgageors, mortgaged to The Middle sex Banking (Company, mortgagee, the south west quarter of section twelve (18), in town anip one hundred and forty-one (141), ot range sixty-four (64.), In said Stutsman county, by which default the power of sale has become operative and no action or proceeding at law has been instituted to recover the debt remaining secured thereby, or any part thereof, and there is claimed to be due on sold mortgage at the date hereof, $34.7.34., to whicb amount should be added the taxes on said property paid by said mortgagccj amounting, with interest as provided in sain mortgage,to 930.08, making the total amount claimed to be due at the date hereof on sain mortgage $377.42. Now notice la hereby given that by virtue of said power said mort gage will be foreclosed and said premises soin at public auction, by the sheriff of said county or his deputy, on March 7tH, 1891, at 1(1 o'clock A. M., at the front door of the court honse In Jamestown, in said county, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees and dis bursements allowed by law. Dated January lOth, 1891. TUB MIDOLRSKX BANKINO COMPANY. [Seal.J By Robt. N. Jackson, President, Mortgagee. Henry C. Gilbert & Co., Attorneys. 1AEFAT7LT has been made in the condition* iJ of mortgage containing power pl sslc dated March 3rd, 1887, duly recorded in the office of the Register of Iccd» of Stutsman county, then Territory of Dakota, now State of North Dakota, March 3rd, 1887, in book of mortgages, page 100, whereby Patrick 8ullivan, an unmarried man, mortgager, mortgaged to The Middlesex Banking Company, mortgagee, the northwest quarter of section ten (10), in township one hundrea and thirty-eight (138), of range sixty-three (63), in said 8tutsman county, by whidi default tbe power of sale has become operative and no nction or proceeding at taw has been in stituted to recover the debt remaining securcn thereby, or any part thereof, and there In claimed.to be due on said mortgage at the date hereof, $546.51. to which amount shouM be diled the tnxea on said property paid by saia mortgagee, amounting, with interest an provided in said mortgage, to$25.79. making the total amount claimed to be due at the date hereof on said mortgage $572.30. Now notice Is hereby given that by virtue of said power said mortgage will le foreclosed and said premises sold at public auction, by the sheriff of said county or hit. deputy, on March 7th, 1891, at lO o'clocfi A. M., at the frost door ol the court house in Jamestown, in sain county, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees and disbursements allowed by law. Dated January lOth, 1891. THE MINIIMISKX BANKINO COMPANY,[Seal.]r.._ By Robt. N. Jackson, President, DEFAULT has been made in the conditions of a mortgage containing power of sale dated April 2nd, 1887, duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Stutsman county, then Territory of Dakota, now State of North Dakota, May 4th, 1887. in book R. of mortgages, page 166, whereby James A. Atkinson and Sophia Atkinson, his wife, mort gageors, mortgaged to The Middlesex Bank ing Company, mortgagee, the north half of the northwest quarter, the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter and the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section thirty (30), in township one hundred and thirty-nine (1 .'!9), of range sixth-four (64), in said Stutsman county, by which default the power of sale has become operative and no action or proceeding at law has been instituted to recovtr the debt remaining secur ed thereby, or any part thereof, and there fe claimed to be due on said mortgage at the date hereof, $874.36, to which amount should be added the taxes on said pro|ierty paid by said mortgagee, amounting, with interest as provided in said mortgage, to $48.49, mak ing the total amount claimed to bedue at the date hereof on said mortgage $9212.85. Now notice is hereby given that by virtue of said power said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premises sold at public auction, ly the sheriff of said county or his deputy, on March 7th, 1891, at ten o'clock x. si., at the front door of the court house in Jamestown, in said county, to pay said debt, interest, attor ney's fees and disbursements allowed by lanr. Dated January lOth, 1891. THE MIDDLESEX BANKING COMPANY, [Seal*] By Robt. N.Jackson, President, I Mortgagee. Henry C. Gilbert & Co., Attorneys. Mortgagee. Henry C. Gilbert & Co., Attorneys. DEFAULT has been made in the conditions of a mortgage containing power of sale dhted April 11th, 1887, duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Stutsman count v, then Territory of Dakota, now State of North Dakota. April 11th, 1887, in book 9 of mortgages, page 581, whereby George Spanglcr and Maggie Spangler, his wile, mortgageors, mortgaged to The Middlesex Banking Company, mortgagee, the southwest quarter of section thirty two (32), in township one hundred and thirty-nine (139), of range sixty-five (65). in said Stutsman county, by which default the power of sale has become operative and no action or proceeding at law has been instituted to recover the debt remaining secured thereby, or any part thereof, ana there is claimed to be due on said mortgage nt the date hereof, $1029.50, to which amount should be added the taxes oft said property paid by said mortgagee., amounting, with interest as provided in said mortgage, to $30.60. making the total amount claimed to he due at the date hereof on said mortgage $1060.10. Now notice is hereby given that by virtue of said power said mortgage will be foreclosed ana said premises sold at public auction, by the sheriff of said county Jrhis deputy, on March 7th, 1891, nt 10 o'clock A. M.. at the front door of the court house in Jamestown, in said county, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees and disbursements allowed by law. Dated January 10th, 1891. THE MIDDLESEX BANKING COMPANY, [Seal.3 By Robt. N. Jackson, President, Mortgagee. Henry C. Gilbert & Cx, Attorneys. DEFAULT has been made in the conditions of a mortgage containing power of sale dated July 18th, 1887, duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Stutsman county, then Territory of Dakota, now State of North Dakota. July 20th, 1887, in book of mortgages, page 246, whereby Maurice B. Barrett aud Mary A. Barrett, his wife, mortgageors, mortgaged to The Middlesex Banking Company, mortgagee, the south west quarter of section eighteen (18), and the south half of the north half of section eighteen (18), in township one hundred and thirty-nine (139), of range sixty-two (62). and lot three (3) of blockthirty-one(31), City of Jamestown, all in said Stutsman county, by which dcfaultthiepower ofsalehas become operative and no action or proceeding at law has been instituted to recover the debt re maining secured, thereby, or any part thereof: and there Is claimed to be due on said mort gage at the date hereof $16&7.96, to whicb amount should be added the taxes on said kite tuAcn UK BI&UX property paid by said mortgagee, amount ing, with interest as provided in said mort gage, to $33.00, making the total amount claimed to be due at the date hereof oa said mortgage, $1670.96. Now noticc is hereby given that by virtue of said power said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premises sold nt public auction by the sheriff of said county or his deputy, on March 7th 1891, nt ten o'clock A. M., at the front door of the court house in Jamestown, in said county, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees and disbursements allowed by law. Dated January 10th, 1891, TUB MIDDLESEX BANKINO COMPANY. [Seal.) By Robt. N. Jackson, President, Henry C. Gilbert & Co., Attorney^*****®*" NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. OKKICK AT FAiKio, NOKTH DAKOTA, January J^OTICK 8th, 1891. Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make5 year flnal proof in support of his claim anrtthat said proof will be made before the Hon. InM JadRe of the district court, and in his absence before T. F. Branch clerk 3 itahl court at Jamestown, North Dakota, on 1 hursday, February 2B. 1891, vl/.- 1 HKNRY'S. ISROUOHTO II. h. No. 14223 for the northeast quarter N on 2 I N ii He names the following witnesses to prove tiU ^id !!fndISVi': Ile'' U,M"' anrt I, cl"«v»»lo« of" Henry Alattison. Aden I. Warren, Oeorce Warren and Thomas Stei.hi ns all Hplritwood Stutsman county, North Dakota. WAt. 1(0 M. POTTKIt. Register. 1" Irst Publication Jan is, issu.