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A DECISIVE BATTLE.
iBsnrgwnts Defeat Bnlmnceda's Forces After a Hard Fight-Great Loss on Both Sides. The City of Valparaiso Now in til* Hands of the Constitutional Party. The News Confirmed from Various Sonrees—Ual nut coda Said to lie a Fugitive. WASHINGTON, Aug. 31.—Acting Secre tary Wharton, of the state department, has received the following cablegram from United States Consul McOreary, at Valparaiso: "VALPARAISO, Aug. ^S.—Battle fought near city this moruiug. Government forces badly beaten. Heavy loss both tides. City surrendered to opposition, fiut in hands of admirals of American, German, French and English fleets for good order. No communication with Santiago. Opposition forces now enter ing the city." VALPARAISO CAPTURED. Congressional Knvoys ut Washington Notified of llalmaceda's Defeat. WASHINGTON, Aug. 31.—The following cablegram was received by the Con gressional envoys here during the even ing: "iQriQUE, Aug. 38.—Montt, Washing ton:—Balmaceda defeated for the second time today. After the victory the Con gressional forces remained outside of the city. Valparaiso was delivered up to the German admiral, who, on his side imme diately delivered it to the orders of the Congressional government. Communi cate this to the government of the United States. (Signed) ERKAZURIZ." SETTLED BEYOND DOUBT. Conflicting Reports of the Last Few Days Set at Rest by Official News* WASHINGTON, Aug. 31.—The official news of the insurgent victory in Chili cabled to the state department by the United States consul at Valparaiso set tled beyond doubt the conflicting re ports of the past few days concerning the condition of affairs at the seat of war. The receipt of dispatches from Valparaiso telling of a victory for the Balmacedists is explained by state and navy department officials as resulting from Balmaceda's control of the cable line from that city. Doubt as to the absolute authenticity of these dispatches was expressed in official circles for the reason that it is a custom in vogue here, a part of diplomatic eti quette, in fact, that when a minister re ceives an important dispatch from his home government that is given part for publication, it is sent at once to the state department for the information of this government. This was not done, and as a result, the department officials and the members of the diplomatic corps now in town discredit the stories and in clined to the belief that there was noth ing more than some skirmishing. From Consul McCreary's dispatch it would seem that this belief is correct. RECEIVING CONGRATULATIONS. Washington Headquarters of Congre*. •tonal Envoys Crowded with Callers. WASHINGTON, Aug. 81.—In the head quarters of the Chilian Congressional envoys there was a state of commotion over the news of the victory of the Con gressional forces at Valparaiso. Dom Pedro Mont, the chief representative is in Montreal, and Senor Varas in San Francisco, but Mr. Foster, the re maining envoy, was beseiged by callers to offer congratulations, and he was in a state of delighted excitement. Nu merous telegrams of congratulation were received during the evening from prominent people in Chili, who are in sympathy with the Congressional forces. When asked what the status of United States Minister Egan would be if the Congressional party took control of the government, Mr. Foster said: "He cannot remain as the United States ifiinister. We would request the United States government to recall him. We could not put up with a man who has been partial to Balmaceda, and an enemy to the Congressionalists, and one who has has always persisted that Balmaceda would not be defeated. If Balmaceda is entirely dethroned," said Mr. Foster, "he and his followers will not be pun ished. as we believe the greatest punish ment to these men, who for the first time figure in the upper strata, will be their short-lived power and the public indignation heaped upon them. Heard at San Francisco. SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 31.—The firm of John D. Spreckels & Bros., of this city, received the following cablegram direct from Valparaiso: "Opposition defeated, Valparaiso in control of the Congression alists." The cablegram comes from a source, which houses interested in the Chilian trade here state, is disinterested and authentic. Balmaceda a Fugitive. NEW YORK, Aug. 31.—The Herald's Valparaiso special confirms the defeat of Balmaceda in Friday's battle and says he is a fugitive. Judge Prats will prob ably be the head of the new govern ment A Bad Wreck. COLUMBUS, O., Aug. 31.—There was a bad wreck on the Big Four railroad near Delaware. O., during the evening. A passenger train due there at 4:02 p. m., ran into a freight at the end of the yard, telescoping the baggage car and tender of the passenger. Jimmie Brown ell, a lad beating his way, was inatantly killed. Fireman Charles Kunkle of the passenger, jumped from the cab to save himself and received serious injuries. GREATLY EXAGGERATED. Injury to the Wheat Fields of the North went less Than 10 per cent. ST. PAUL, Aug. 31.—The Pioneer Press prints the following regarding the injury to the wheat crop: "It is apiece of newspaper sensational ism pure and simple," said a well known railroad official, alluding to a St. Paul dispatch appearing in yesterday's Chica go Tribune, under flaming head lines, such as "Ice in the Wheat Fields," "Cold Weather Destroys Crops in North Da kota," "Gloomy Reports From the Nbrtliwest," etc. She railroad man went on to say: "All this is gross exag geration. The fact is the crop is a won derful one, and the serious frost damage is limited to a very few localities. The great bulk of the hard wheat belt has escaped injury, and it is a shame to put in circulation these highly-colored re ports. North Dakota has a phenomenal yield both as to quantity and quality, and after allowing for all possible de terioration as the result of frost the crop remains a magnificent one. I have paid close attention to the matter, and from the reports received from agents and grain growers and shippers I can tell you positively that the injury to the wheat is Less than lO Per Cent. of the total product—probably less than 7 per cent. Mind you, I say the injury, not the loss. It will be found that nine tenths of the wheat of Northwestern Minnesota and North Dakota has not been affected at all by frost, and with the remaining tenth it will be a ques tion of grade, not of yield. All this foolish furore about frozen wheat should be stopped. It is merely playing into the hands of the grain speculators, who will try to take advantage of it to cry down the quality and attempt to lower the grade, and the farmer will be the sufferer. What I know is that we have got our hands full to move this tremen dous wheat product, and, as I told you before, nine-tenths of it is wheat of the best quality and is above suspicion as regards frost damage." Black Hawk War Survivors. GALENA, 111., Aug. 31.—The first re union ever held of surviving soldiers of the Black hawk war of 1832, was held at Lena, the nearest village to Kellogg's Grove, where the decisive battle of the war was fought. Seventeen white haired veterans, each more than 90 years of age, registered their names at head quarters. There are 34 known survivors of the conflict living in this section. All who were not too enfeebled by age to attend were present. Addresses were made by Judge Hinds, of Lena Gen eral G. W. Jones and Congressman Hitt. A permanent organization was formed, and it was decided to hold another reunion at Galena, June 25, 1892. Peculiar and Painful Accident. GKEENSBURG, Pa., Aug. 31.—Thurs day afternoon a boy named Ray Lloyd, aged 12 years, living at Salina, met with a peculiar accident. He had a number of boxes of toy pistol caps in his pockets and started home. His mother was waiting to punish him for some act of disobedience, which she at once proceeded to do. While chastis ing him she struck him across the polket where the caps were. An explo sion followed, and when the smoke cleared away the boy stood without a stitch of clothing on him and with his hips and legs burned in a horrible man ner. Approved by Neumaun. MIDWAUKEE, Aug. 31.—The idea of having the Bayreuth opera festival in 1893, during the world's fair period re produced at Milwaukee, has received a new impetus through a dispatch by Angelo Neumann, the great impressario and founder of the Wagner theatres in Europe, who wires the Milwaukee Her old that the idea is a brilliant one, and that the plan proposed, with some slight modifications, could be carried to a successful issue. Mr. Neumann fur ther says that if called upon he would gladly take hold of the enterprise him self and introduce Bayreuth into Mil waukee. Young Blaine Will Fight. Sioux FALLS, S. D., Aug. 31.—It is now evident that James G. Blaine, Jr., will fight the divorce suit to be brought by his wife, who now resides in this city. Hon. John E. Carl and, judge of this United States district during the territorial regime, has received instruc tions from Mr. Blaine's attorneys in ^Tew York to make an appearance in the case when it was started and to deny the allegation of desertion or adultery if made. During the early part of this month a summons was served on J. G. Blaine, Jr.. at his father's home in Bar Harbor, and he immediately Accepted service. Must Have Parochial Schools. DUBUQUE, la., Aug. 31.—At the close of the retreat of the Catholic priests of the Dubuque diocese Bishop Hennessy delivered some very pointed remarks. He dwelt particularly on the puhlic school question. He deplored the spread of infidelity of the clergy in this country. To bring the nation up to the standard of Catholic countries the chief means, he claimed, was the parochial school. He insisted in the establishment of these in every parish in which they were still wanting. The Catch of Seals. SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 31.—A special from Onalaska to the Chronicle gives a list of sixty-one sealing vessels and their catch up to Aug. 10. The number of seals caught were 27,000. Twenty-four British vessels and four American ves sels had not been boarded up to the time, and their catches had not been learned. May Day Rioters Sentenced PARIS, Aug. 31.—The trial of the May Day anarchists has just concluded. Descamps has been sentenced to five years and Dardare to three years for firing at the police. Leveille was ac uuitted. ROBBER WITH NERVE. H« Threshes and Markets Another Man's Wheat Crop—This in Kansas. Taconia's Absconding Cashier Now Said to Have Gotten Away With $100,000. Georgetown, Ky., Passing Through a lieigu of Terror on Account of a Lynching. WICHITA. Kan., Aug. 31.—The boldest robbery of grain ever known in this section is reported from Kingman county. John Myrick, a farmer from the southwestern part of the county, had rented a piece of wheat land close to Norwich. After cuttiug and stack ing his crop safely, he went home. The rented land is a long way from his own place and Myrick is, therefore, unknown in the neighborhood of Norwich, so that when a stranger presented himself un der the name of Myrick, there was no question to his title to the wheat. A threshing outfit was engaged and team sters to cart the grain to Norwich, the work being done at night because of a tendency to sunstroke which prevented his working in the sun alleged by the supposed Myrick. Before morning the best part of the grain had been threshed and delivered to a buyer in Norwich, and the money for the grain was safely in the robber's pocket. By telling the threshers to be there the next night to finish up, the stranger avoided paying for the work already done but when evening came Myrick apiieared and it was ascertained that the man had left Norwich by an early morning east» bound train, taking with him the proceeds, about $1,000. MADE A LARGE HAUL. Taconia's Absconder Said to Have Taken #lOO,OOO in Securities. TACO^IA, Wash., Aug. 31.—A highly sensational .story in connection with the absconding of Teller Albertson, of the Fidelity Trust Company's bank, was told by a gentleman claiming to be con versant with the facts, and the point of his narrative is the alleged fact that Albertson got away with $100,000 in securities in addition to the $9,000 in cash. It is stated that Albertson, hav ing access to the vaults, took the $100, 000 in securities, and then, while in hid ing, notified the trust company that he would return the same provided his theft of $9,000 would be overlooked. Louis D. Cambell, attorney for and one of the most influential directors of the trust company, when asked if there was any truth in the above statement, promptly denied the whole story. It was also rumored that Albertson some time ago got away with $10,000. A REIGN OF TERROR. Georgetown Ky., is said to have one on Account of a Lynching Bee. LEXINGTON. Ky., Aug. 31.—A special from Georgetown says that place is pass ing through a reign of terror. A gang of negroes last night burned the dwell ing house of Judge Bates, also a large tobacco barn and small cottage. They are incensed because the mob hanged one of their race named Frank Dudley Friday. Ex-speaker Owens of the state legislature organized a posse to patrol the streets all night. Murderers Squire Kendall and his four boys are strongly guarded in the county jail. Great ex citement prevails and bloodshed is ex pected. A Bow at Sing Sing. SING SING, N. Y., Aug. 31.—There was a small riot in Sing Sing prison Thursday which might have developed in a serious outbreak if the convicts had taken advantage of the small force of guards on duty at the prison. The trouble grew out of a quarrel between two convicts, who finally came to blows. A keeper tried to seperate them. As he did so he was assaulted by two other convicts. Other convicts took a hand in the disturbance, but the arrival of other keepers soon quelled the row. One of the convicts had his head laid open because he would not desist. Suicided at Lake Ml line tonka. MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 31.—An extremely sad Ci?se of suicide in a prominent Min neapolis family happened at Minneton ka Beach. Mrs. George A. Camp, the wife of Major Camp, formerly connect ed in an extensive lumber business in Minneapolis with T. B. Walker, com mitted suicide by jumping into the lake in front of their pleasant summer cot tage. It happened at about 6 o'clock a. m. as far as can be ascertained. Mrs. Camp was a sufferer from nervous prostration, which is supposed to be the zause of the deed. Caught a Stingaree. PORT MONMOUTH, N. J., Aug. 31.— William Olierman, a fisherman, while drawing a pond in Raritan bay, hauled up an immense stingaree. After he had thrown the fish into the boat it made a leap and struck Oberman on the leg near the knee, nearly severing it. As yet the man is in a dangerous condition, having become unconscious from the loss of blood. For Rent. Sec. 20, Twp. 142, R. 65. Iwo hundred acres under plow. A bunch of cattle goes with farm. Running water. W. B. S. TKIMBLE. Jamestown, N. D. Estrayed. One yearling colt, black, with white stripe in face, one bind foot white. A reasonable reward will be paid for infor mation leading to recovery by George Wright, Corinne, N. D. Arillwiiiikeo Club In Morn Trouble. MILWAUKEE, Aug. 81.—The Milwau kee base ball association is in more trouble. Before it joined the associa tion it was only $0,000 behind. Now it appears to be twice that sum away from solvency. The players have not been paid, there are other liabilities brought over from the Western league and there is still said to bo $!!,0tK) due for the franchise in the higher association which nobody seems inclined to pay. If Gus Pa bst does not furnish the cash an attempt will bo made to have ten men put in $1,000 each and secure the club and its franchise for the next season. Fought Fifty-four Hounds. SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. ill.—Harry Dal ly. an Australian and John Sullivan, a San Francisco bantam, fought fifty-four rounds at the California Club for $1,000. The men were very evenly matched and little advantage was gained by either until the fifty-third tound when re peated jabbing on the throat made Sul livan sick and he wanted to quit, but his seconds put him into the ring for an other round. Dally again jabbed him in the neck and he dropped to his knees and remained until counted out. Neither man was marked much. lie-port Total Wreck. ST. Lor IS, Aug. 31.—It is reported that a wreck has occurred near Piiillips burg. Mo., on ilie 'Frisco road, and four men were killed. No oilier particulars are obtah'a!/l* ut. present. August Flower" Perhaps you do not believe these statements concerning Green's Au gust Flower. Well, we can't make you. We can't force conviction in to your head or med in in in to throat. We don't Thomas. want to. The money is yours, and the misery is yours and until you are willing to believe, and spend the one for the relief of the other, they will stay so. John H. Foster, 1122 Brown Street, Philadelphia, says: My wife is a little Scotch woman, •hirty years of age and of a naturally delicate disposition. For five or six years past she has been suffering from Dyspepsia. She Vom it became so bad at last that she could not sit Every Meal, down to a meal but she had to vomit it as soon as she had eaten it. Two bottles of your August Flower have cured her, after many doctors failed. She can now eat anything, and enjoy it and as for Dyspepsia, she does not know that she ever had it." 9 WHEREAS, default has been made in the con ditions of a mortgage, containing a power of sain, dated May 15th, A.D.1888, and duly recorded in the ofllce of the Register of Deeds of Stutsman county, then In Dakota Territory, now in State of North Dakota, July 13th, A.D. 18S8, at 10 o'clock A.M.. In book of mortgages. page 411. whereby John P. Seller (unmarried), mortgageor, mortgaged to D. S. B. Johnston Land Mortgage Company, a corporation duly organized and existing under the laws of the State of Minnesota, mortgagee, the east half of the northwest quarter (c'.j of nwHtand east half of southwest quarter (eVfcof swV4),of sec tion twelve (12). in township one hundred thirty seven (137), of range sixty-three (tt.'i). containing 160 acres, more or less, according to the govern ment survey thereof, in Stutsman county, then in Dakota Territory, now in State of North Dakota, by which default said power of sale has become operative, and no proceeding or action at law has been instituted to recover the debt remaining se cured thereby or any part thereof, and there Is claimed to be due and is due on said mortgage at the date hereof $20.70. Now, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of said power said morUrnire will be foreclosed and said premises sold at public auction, by the sher iff of said county or IIIH deputy, as by Htatute provided, October Hth. A. I). 1891, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the front door of the ottice of the Register of Deeds for paid county at James town, in said count.v, to pay said debt, interest, and attorney'h fee of $'.'5.00. as stipulated in said mortgage, and the disbursements allowed by law. D.S. li..JOHNSTON LAND MOKTCAOECO..Mortgagee. HERMAN WINTKKKK, Attorney for Mortgagee, Dated August 2rt.h, A. D. 1SD1. Valley City. N. D. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT FAROO,"N. D. I. August 23,1891. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler lias tiled notice of liis intention to make live year final proof In support of Ills claim, anil secure filial entry thereof and that said ]roof will be made before T. F. Branch, clerk of the district court at Jamestown, Stuts man county, North Dakota, on October lOtli 1891 viz: FREDRUS BALDWIN, H. E. No. 16.811 for the l"ts 5. B, and 1, Sec. £7, Twp. 140, fit in Stutsman county, N. D. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said laud, viz: John.I Nier'.ing, Herman Fowler, James I). Posey, John Y. Easterbrook, all of Jamestown, Stutsman count', N. 1). WALDO M. POTTKH, Register. F. Baldwin, Attorney in person. First publication August 27. NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF RE DEMPTION. OFFICE OF COUNTV AUDITOR, I. Stutsman County, North Dakota. To Unknown: You are herehv notified that the land describ ed as S W V.i N \V N W S WV.Sec. 7. Tp. 138, li. fit, assessed in vour name, was sold for taxes December 3d, 1888. for 1887 tax as provided bylaw, and that the time of redemption from said sale, allowed by law. will expire on the 20th day of October, 1891, or within sixty days after publica tion of tins notice. In addition to the amount S28.41. as necessary to redeem from said sale, and subsequent tax payments, the cost of pub lication of this notice must be paid, together with 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 15th day of August, 1891. W. W. GRAVES. County Auditor Stutsman County. North Dakota First publication Aug. 20,1891. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the matter of the estate 1 of Patrick McCarthy deceased,) All persons having claims against said Patrick McCarthy, deceased, are required to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers to the under signed, administrator, at his residence near Fili gree, Stutsman Co., North Dakota, and that four months alter the first publication of this notice has been limited as the time for creditors to pre sent their claims against said estate. Dated August 12tli, 1891. JOHN MCCARTHY, Administrator. First publication Aug. 18. TONGUbLbaa. SELF-GUIDIUG. NO POLE lUe conn. NO MIL 10 r~ MA'ICS, One I'linvninii wiffi instead »f Iwu. WlH'-'l gut*. ft I y.t /•. l:t. i.l lUlTOWB, |»,u\viuan Fi t-umiu o»i titn.uuoa. rca«lau'i iwtvo&i Ximlt. Our ht.oiv ii N -•SSS5S ECONOMIST PLOW CO., South Bend, Indiana. CS Til I NOTICE Oi' MORTGAGE SALE BHFAVI.T The premises described in said mortgage, and so to be sold, are the tract or parcel of land situ ated in the county of Stutsman and state of North Dakota, and known and described as fol lows, to-wit: The west one-half of the southwest quarter (W£ SWtf) of section numbered four (4) in township numbered one hundred and t!iirty-nine(l39) north, of range numbered sixty two (08) west of the fifth principal meridian, containing eighty (80) acres more or less accord ing to government survey thereof. Dated August 1st 1891. MINERVA C. ROBERTS, Mortgagee. R. A. Bill, Attorney for Mortgage, James town, N. D. First Publication August 13,1891. WHEREAS, default hna been made In the con ditions of a mortgage, con tnininK power of sale, dated February 21st A.D. 1883, nnd duly recorded in the office of the lteKister of Deeds of Stntsman county, then in Dakota Territory, now in State of North Unkotn, February 24th, A. D. 18S3. at 8:30o'clock A. M.. in book K. of Mortgages, page 6, whereby George H. Oppy and Mary E. Oppy, his wife, mortgageon*. inortica^ed to Elins 11. Reed, mortgagee, the southwest quarter (swVi) of section numbered eifrtit. (8) in township numbered one hundred thirty-nine (13!t) of range numbered sixty-two (i2), eontaininir IliO acres, according to the government survey thereof in Stutsman county, then in Dakota Territory, now in State of North Dakota, which said mortgage was there after dul.v assigned to D. S. II. Johnston Land Mortguge Company, acorporation duly organized and existing under the laws of the State of Minne sota, by assignment dated March 2rth, A. D. 188!», and recorded in the office of the Register ol Deeds in said Stutsman county on August 13th, A. D. 1891, at 1:45 o'clock 1*. M.. in book of mortgages, on page fid, by which default said power of sale hns become operative, and no proceeding or action at law has been in stituted to recover the debt remaining secured thereby or any part thereof, and there Is claimed to bedue and isdue on said mortgage at the date hereof $600.4t, nnd the further sum of $73.21, taxes on said property paid by said mortgagee, and interext on thesame, as provided insaid mort gage, in all $«73.i',5. Now, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of said power said mortgage will be foreclosed andsaid premises soldat publlcnuction by the sheriff of said conn ty or hisdepn t.y ns b.v stn t ute provided, October Hth, A. !. tsiil.at a o'clock in the afternoon at the front the office avi\i having been made in the conditions of a cei'Uin moi naue executed and delivered by Ciitliariu J. Kemp and Henry Kemp, her husband, niorur.'ijroi's, to the North Dakota Loan und Trust company mortiKixce. dateil tin: 1st (lav of .luiv, tv.s7, anil recorded in the oH'n-e of the register of deeds of the county of Stutsman in the territory of Dakota (now state of North Dikotiijou the 1st, day of July, ISST, at I o'clock p. in., in book (i of liiortjniKi's at page :nn. on which there is claimed to be due at the date ol' this notice the amount of seventy-nine and KMM itfi'.i. t'Jl dollars, and no action or proceed ing lias been instituted at law or in ei|iuty to re cover the debt, secured iy said mortgage, or any part thereof. Notice is given, that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and of the statue in such case made and provided, the said mort gage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortga ged premises therein dcscriUnnl, which sale will be made at the front door of the court house, in Jamestown, in the county of Stutsman, and State of North Dakota, sit. public auction by the sheritf of said countv, on Saturday the 12th d.iy of September. A. 1)., 1801, at 2 o'clock p. m. to the highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy the amount which shall then be due on said mort gage, with interest thereon, with costs and ex penses of sale, taxes, and twenty-live dollars attorney's fees as stipulated in said mortgage in case of foreclosure. The premises decribed in said mortgage, and so to be sold, are the tract or parcel of land situ ated in the countv of Stutsman and state of North Dakota, and known aim described as fol lows to-wit: Tie southwest quarter of section numbered thntv-two (82) in township numbered one liun dreifthirty-nine (139) north of range numbered sixty-three (03) west of the fifth principal meri dian, containing one hundred and sixty (HiO) acres, more or less, according to government survey thereof. This sale is made subject to a prior mortgage for $450. Dated July 15th, 1891. NORTH DAKOTA LOAN AND TRUST COMVAXY. Moitgagee. K. A. Bill, attorney for mortgagee, Jamestown, N D. First Publication July 30,1891. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. DEFAULT Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage executed and de livered by* John W. Pearson and Jennie M. Pearson, 'his wife, mortgagors, to Minerva C. Koberts, mortgagee, dated the first day of December, 1S86, and recorded in the oflice of the register of deeds of the county of Stutsman in the territory of Dakota, (now state of North Dakota) on the '26th day of May 1887, at 12 o'clock m. in book of mortgages at page 237, on which there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice the amount of Three hundred seventy-two and 40-100 (S372.40) dollars and no action or pioeeeding has been instituted at law or in equity to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof. Notice is given that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, which sale will be made at the front door of the court house in Jamestown, in the county of Stutsman, and state of North Dakota, at public auction by the sheriff of said county, on Saturday, the 26th d»y of September. A.D. 1891, at 3 o'clock p. in. to the highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy the amount which shall then be due on said mort gage, with interest thereon, with costs and ex penses of sale, taxes, and thirty dollars at torney's fees its stipulated In said mortgage in case of foreclosure. ot the Register of Deeds for snbi. ounty at .liiimw town, in said county, to pay sinl debt, interest, taxes nndnttorne.v'sfeeof$a5.n.«t:piilated in snid inortgnge, and t.tie disbursements allowed b.v law. D. S. II. JOHNSTON LAND MOHTUAOK CO., HERMAN AVINTF.KKH, Assignee of Mortgagee. Attorney for Assignee ot Mortgagee, Dated August 25th, A. D. 1E91. Valley City, N.D. NOTICE. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTV OF STUTSMAN rmllltv „, irt 1 court July term. 18(1. In the matter of the estate of Neuville D. Fan ning, deceased. Whereas, the petition of Neuville O. Fanning has lately been filed In this court, representing among other things, that Neuville D. Planning, late of the County of Hennepin, State of Minne sota, died on the first day of February, A. 1), 1891, at Minneapolis, Minnesota, intestate, anil petitioning this court that letters of administra tion be Issued to eaid petitioner. It Is therefore ordered, that said petition be heard before me at September term of this court, the office of the county court in James town, Stutsman county, North Dakota, on the i'2th day of September, A. D. 1891, at 10 o'clock a. in. And It is further ordered due notice thereof lie given according to law. Dated Jamestown, N. D., this 16th day of August, A. 1). 1891. By the Court. (SEAL) FREDRUS BALDWIN, Judge ol County Court. First publication Aug. 2o, 1891. WUNUtH -ON WHEELS 'even Acres a Day„rvw». Four lioines iibreiiNt—one in tliF furrow. three on the land 'out lirake prevents giing running on J-, loam, Levers within eusy reach. IK, Htnlfjlitcr Fur rows, uiiil Li^liti'r Brnft ii'mn uiiy Ouiiy in America. ji umi tin l.e narrowed or wMeneU ui will, nun converiul Imo ti single (.:iuw in lew momenta' time. Mime wiili stulilile, Sod anil Rubble, and prairie breaker bottoms, In Steel or ^'billed Metul. lti«ht or left —10,12 or 1-t inch cut. inl i'iec« mid time forlrinl given on iiiat orders 1'rum points where we have no Agents. l»Y«»e to all who mention this paper. D. E. HUGHES, Agent, Jamestown, N. D. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY ADVERTISEMENT. has been made In the conditions of a certain mortgage executed and delivered by Anna Curtin ami David Curtin, mortgagors to .lames Thompson of Davenport, Iowa, mort gagee, dated the 17 th day of June, A.D. ls-iti, and recorded as a mortgage intheollice of the register of deeds of the county of Stutsman, territory of Dakota, now state of North Dakota, on tue seventeenth day of .nine, A. D.. eighteen hundred and cigiity-six at 1:15 o'clock p. m. in book''(i"ol' mortgage deeds on page 18!!.—on which there is claimed to lie due at the dale of tins uoliee the sum of six thousand and four hundred eighty-live dollars and twenty-live cents, and no action or proceeding at law or in equity lias been instituted to recover the debt secured by paid mortgage or any part thereof. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a pow er of sale contained in said mortgage, and of the statute in suchctse made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described. Which will lie made at the front door of the court house in the city of Jamestown in the county of Stuts man. and state of North Dakota, at public auc tion by the Sheriff of said county on Saturday the nineteenth day of September, 1891 at two o'clock hi the afternoon, to satisfy the amount winch shall lie then due on said mortgage, with the interest thereon, and costs and expenses of sale. The premises described in said mortgage and so to be sold being more particularly des cribed as follows, and lying and being in the county of Stutsman state of North Dakota: The southwest quarter (sw.1!) of section No. thirty-six (3(), in township No. one hundred, and forty (140). north of range* No. 04, west of the tilth (5) principal Meridian, excepting thereout and therefrom a fraction of an acre in southwest quarter of section thirty-six, in township one hundred and fortv, north of range sixtv-four, west of lifth principal meridian,more particular ly described as follows,—comincncing at a hub on the intersection of centre line of section thirty-six and on west line of countv road.thence south fifty one degrees west one hundred and thirteen and two-tenths feet to a luib south sixty seven degrees and forty minutes west, two hun dred and fourteen and two-tenths feet to a hub —north one degree! and twelve minutes west one hundred lifty-two and six-tenths feet to a point on the James river,—north 89degrees and forty four minutes east two hundred eighty-nine arid three-tenths feet to place of beginning. Also ex cepting thereout and therefrom blocks Nos. one. two, three and four and lot No. three in Mock nine in Curtins' second addition to Jamestown, Dakota. Also the south half (S. half) of the southeast quarter (se!j) of section No. thirty six Oil) in township No. one hundred and forty (140) north of range No. sixty-four (04) west of the fifth p' ineipal meridian. Exeeptingthereout and therefrom all that part of section thirty-six township one hundred and fort north of rnnse sixty-four west of the fifth principal meridian lying south of the James river bounded on the south by south line of seetion.on every other side by centre of James river as it wound in 1883, commencing at a point in centre of James river and on said section line on south uide 285 feet west of S. E. corner of said section thence along centre of said river north thirty-two degrees and nine minutes west five hundred and eighty-nine feet, thence north fifty-four degrees and fiftv seven minutes west live hundred and forty-four feet, thence south forty- five degrees west three hundred and sixty-live and tliree-tenths feet, thence north sixty-five degrees west one hun dred thirty seven and two-tenths feet, thence south seventy-five degrees west one hundred and tweuty-eiglit feet, thence south thirteen degrees west three hundred and three and four-tenths feet, thence south twenty-eight degrees east two hundred and twenty-five feet,thence south seven ty-four degrees eastone hundred and ninety-four feet, thence north twenty-five degrees east one hundred and thirty-four ana one tenth feet, thence north seventy degrees east one hundred eiglity-two and six-tenths feet, thence south sixty-five degrees east two hundred sixty-three and eight-tenths feet, thence nineteen degrees west one hundred and five and eight-tenths feet, thence due east along south side of section line six hundred and eight and eight-tenths feet to place of beginning, (.5864 acres). Dated at Jamestown, N. this twenty-eighth dav of July, 1891 JAMES THOMPSON, Mortgagee. Edgar W. Camp, Attorney for Mortgagee. First Publicantion July 30,1891. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. TJKFAUI/1' having been made in the con ,,, ditions of a certain mortgage executed and delivered by 1 rank Eriekson,unmarried,mortga gor, to The North Dakota Dakota Loan and Trust company mortgagee, dateil the 24th day of August, 1887 and recorded in the oflice of the register of deeds of the county of Stutsman in tiie territory of Dakota, (now state of North nw!'th, Da-..A. krtt'l I ikll Mm Ol \L /(NR A l\ «NNN IV. 1 UIVIVW VMNIIUI IV UC IIUV Ut UK! date of tins notice the amount of seventy-nine and 65-100. ($79.05,) dollars, and noactionor pro ceeding lias been iustituted at law or in equity to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof. Notice is given, that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, and or the statute in such case made and provided the said mortgage will lie foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, which sale will be. made at the front door of the court house in Jamestown, in the countv of Stutsman, and state of North Dakota, at public auction, by the sheriff of said county, on Saturday, the 13th day of September, A. D. 1891, at 2 o'clock p. m., to the highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy the amount which shall then lie due on said mortgage with the Interest thereon, and costs and expenses of sale, taxes, and twenty-five dollars attorney's fees, as stipula ted in said mortgage in case oi' foreclosure. 11 he premises described in said mortgage, and soto be sold, are the traet, or parcel of land situated in the county of Stutsman and state of Aortli Dakota, and Known and described as fol lows, to-wit: The east one-half of the southwest quarter and lots numbered six (C) and seven (7) of section numbered six (fi) in township one hundred and .HiV of '"'hge sixty-live (t5) west of the fifth principal meridian, containing !,'!|ej!""(ll'ul and forty-four and 24-100 (144 and 4-i00) acres, more or less, at'cordinc to irovern ment survey thereof. This sale is made subject to a prior mortgage of StSOO. Dated July 15th, 1891. NOKTH DAKOTA LOAN AND TKUST COMPANY. Mortgagee. NJpA' attorney for mortgagee, Jamestown First Publication July 30,1891. NOTICE—TIMBER CULTURE. LAND OKFICB AT FAKOO, N. D. I August 11, 1891. Complaint having been entered at this oflice by Seaman Richards against Richard H. (ilhsoti for failure tocomply with law as to timber cul ture entry No. 9435, dated April 15,1884, upon Nty, section 12, township 139, range B6, In Stutsman county, North Dakota, with a view to the cancellation of said entry contestant alleg ing that the said Richard Gibson nor no one for him has done no work of any kind on said claim for the last four years. That 10 years were planted to trees 4 years ago since which time nothing lias been done thereon, that the land has grown up tp grass and weeds and that there •s not to exceed 1000 trees thereon which are lie I'^killed by the grass, and that down to Aug. u, 1801. The said parties are here hereby siunmou ed to appear at tills oflice oil the lKtii day of October, 1891, at 10 o'clock a. m. to respond and furnish testimony concerning anld alleged failures. NKIIEMIAH DAVIS. Fredrus Baldwin, Attorney. First publication Aug. 13.