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fibeitetnarcli tribune.
The Contract Awarded.
Xi. N. Griffin awarded the contract for
"the construction of bis new brick block on
the O. F. G. lot, Fourth street to Megan & Kelly
Monday. Hesm. Megan & Kelly were the low­
est bidden, their bid being $8,500. This, of
course is for the bare walls, or building enclosed.
Mr. Griffin will furnish the building in the most
elegant style, and furnish it without regard to
-expense. When furnished the building will
have cost about $15,000 Thus the work goes
on.
A Meat Present.
Mr. John Little received a very beautiful and
novel present from his father in Dayton, Ohio,
last Sundsy mornin^. It is a G. A. R. hand­
kerchief containing the regular badge of the
order and all the corps badges of the war. It
was evidently the intention of the doner that
the token of affection should reach Bismarck
-on decoration day, in which event the recipe int
would have displayed it to good advantage, as
he is a member of the 9. A. B. post of this
city. AB it is he appreciates it, and says it
recalls many of the scenes of the rebellion, and
brings to memory all the old comrades of the
war.
Illustrated Bismarck.
Col. E. V. Smalley, editor of the Northwest,
an illustrated magazine published at St. Paul,
in the interest of the Northern Pacific coun­
try, is in the city and will look Bisma* ck over
with a view to publishing an illustrated article
in relation to Buinarok at an early day. Illus­
trations will be published showing the capitol
building as it is, the bridge, the penitentiary,
-court house, high school building, the bank
blocks and some of the finer residences. The
Northwest circulates among the leading finan­
cial men of the country, and an article of the
kind mentioned would be of untold value.
Col. Smalley is one of the best known and best
esteemed newspaper correspondents.
Almost Fatal.
Mrs. Liddell, wife of Foreman Liddell, who
superintended a great portion of the work on
.the capitol, met with a very serions accident at
Sims Sunday afternoon while riding in a car
riage behind one of G. W. Thompson's teams.
While crossing a small bridge the horse became
frightened and ran away, throwing Mrs. Liddell
from the buggy with terrific force. The lady
was knocked insensible. She was carefully
wrapped and broughtto this city cnastretchcr in
Snndayevening's passengr train. She was given
the best of care and is in a fair way of recovery.
The team that caused the trouble is the same
that indulged in a lively runaway in Bismarck
few weeks since.
The Northwest.
Mr. Martland IS. Graves, representing "Tbe
Northwest," the headquarters of which publica­
tion was recently removed from New York to
St. Paul, is in (be city, in the interests of his
papfr and the country. As the name implies,
"Ths Northwest" is published in the interest of
all the great country for which it was named,
and has already done a large amount of good is
tbe way of encouraging emigration, and pub­
lishing to the world the advantages and resour­
ces of the states and territories through which
the Northern Paoific road passes. Mr. E.
Smalley. the well known journalist, is at the
helm, and is ably assisted by Mr. Graves The
publication is distributed, not only in ever}
state and territory in the Union, but thousands
of copies go to Europe, where its iufluence on
immigration is felt.
Our Strategists.
J. H. Haverly's Comedy company, properly
termed the "modern comedy of errors," are
coming and will appear in the Atheneum next
Monday and Tuesday evenings in their new and
special comedy, "Our Strategists." Mr. Haverty
has never been guilty of putting a poor com­
pany on the road, and his name is enough to fill
the large ball to overflowing. "Our Strategists"
is one of tbe funniest and most thoroughly
comical comedies ever brought before the public
and it is advertised in four acts and a thousand
laughs. The press notices from such papers as
the Chicago Tribune, the Brooklyn Eagle, New
York Herald and Philadelphia Times are the
most flattering. Next Monday and Tuesday
evenings you may sew on all your buttons with
telegraph wire and proceed to the Atheneum
with the as urance that laughter, bubbling
laughter, will flow spontaneous from yonr stores
of mirth. The advance a^ent, Mr. E. M. Gott
hold, has very reluctantly reduced the price of
reserved seats to 75 cents, for which price they
can be secured at Frisby's drug store.
THE PAPEB.
The paper—lithographs, pamphlets and stand
sheets used 1 this company is by far the hand­
somest ever displayed in Bismarck, and is
printed especially for the combination. Alt
who look at the bill board on Main street will
bear the TBIBTJNE out in this statement.
Croup, whooping cough and bronchitis imme­
diately relieved hy Shiloh's cure. Sold by
Frank Frisby.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholesomeness. More economi­
cal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold
in competition with the multitude of low test,
•rt
FACTS AND FIGURES.
Truth Stronger Than Slander.
Record of the Past Year.
The
A partial list of th^prizes above One Thous­
and Dollars, paid by the Louisiana State Lot­
tery Company during the year ending May, 1884,
together with the name's and addresses given to
the company by the holders, omitting those who
requested it.
Receipts for the amounts are on file at the
offices of the company.
DRAWING OF June 12,1883.
James Demoruelle, Treme st., New Or­
leans. La
Gustave Rosenthal, Fayetteville, St., Ra­
leigh, N.
Paid L. F. Servarv, bookkeep' State Na­
tional Bank, New Orleans, for account
Bank
15,000
of Commerce. Memphis, Tenn.... 10,000
Frank Rrown, Eastport, N. 10,000
W. B. Hutchinson, 12 Old Slip. New York. 10,000
H. N. Pleasance, Cleveland, Ohio 5,000
James J. Walsli, 189 Varick St., New York 5,000
F. M. Ward. Pasadena. Cal., collected
through Wells, Fargo & Co., 8an Fran­
cisco. Cal 2,000
G. T. Kimberlin, Texas, Washington Co.,
Ky collected through First National
Bank, Springfield, Ky 1,000
DRAWING OF JULT 10,1884.
Lieut. Josiali Chance,
17th Infantry, Fort
Lincoln, Dakota 30,000
Gus Botto, Opera saloon. Cairo, Ills., and
A. B. Gibson, conductor Cairo Division
Wabash. St. Louis & Pacific R. R.
Cat mi, Ills 15,000
Chas. Thompson, 32E. I4tli st., N. Y.. 10,000
A. T. DeBaun, Cairo 111 15,000
Jlieodore Volet, 25 Avery st., Boston,
Mass 5,000
J. T. Moore. Burgin. Mercer Co., Ky. 5.000
K. R. Hamilton, Toronto, Ont 5,000
S. T. Bartlett, Gainesville, Tex 5,000
H. Evart, 433 N. ('lark st., Chicago, Ills.. 1,200
E. P. Lobach, 416 N. 7th st., Pliila., Pa.... 1.200
M. Ditrichstein, 3 Chambers st.,New ork
city, co.lected through Germania Bank,
New York L200
DRAWING OF AUGUST 14,1884.
Silverman, 93 Dearborn st.,Chicago, 111.$15,000
W. T, Mus*, Rocky Mount, N. 15,000
Rev. Moses Zerovich, 544y2 S. Canal st.,
Chicago, 111 15,000
Jack Graves, Stockxvell Engine No. 4,
Nashville, Tenn i0-000
Gustave Bauman, Preble Machine Works,
38 & 40 W. Monroest., Chicago, Ills 5,COO
Messrs, Sam Selig and J. M. Littlehale,
Selma.Ala 5,030
Win. E. Oates, C. Willis, A. A. Prescott
and Rob't Payne, collected through
Vicksburg BanK. of Mississippi 2.4C0
I. Y. Vondersmith, 2 029 Locust st, l'liila.,
Pa 1.200
Michael Daly, Canton, Miss 1,200
BJKAWING OF SEPTEMBER 11,1884.
Mrs, Martha Livingston, Morgan City, La.$15,000
J. W.Rabe.cor. JYlarigny &Claiboinests.
New Orleans, La 15,000
Chas. L. &ayer, care Hirsh, Mayer & Co.,
100 Market St., Chicago, Ills 2,400
W. C. Merrill, Albert Lea, Minn 2,000
A. Mil'er, 721 Tremont St., Boston Mass... 2,000
C. F. Wildesmn. Round Valley, Cal 1, 00
DRAWING OF OCTOBER 9,1883.
L. A. Hayer for Mrs. M. i\ H«yer, New
York city $15,000
Thomas Matterface, New York City l^ooo
H. C. Richardson, collected through J, R.
Dick & Co., Meadville, Pa 5,00
Mr.«. Woolery, Philadelphia, Pa 5,ooo
M. C. Mitchell, 3108 Mst., N. W. Wash­
ington, D. 5,0C0
E. m. Flack, Hopkinsville, Ky 2,000
»Wm. Lowery, 124 W. Madison St., Chicago,
Ills 2,000
J. J. Meding. Washington, D. 2,.00
J. G. Turner, cor Common & Baron ne sts.
New «»rleans, La 1,201
Wm. H. Ford, 296 Dryades st., New Or­
leans, La lt200
DRAWING OB1 NOVEMBER 13, 1883.
M. A. Sarcerdote 50 St. Louis St., New Or­
leans, La $15,000
N. B. Phelps, 145 Berlin St., (6tli Dist)
Nf\v Orleans, La 15,000
C. N. Co eman, Cliarlestown. W. Va 5,000
Paid Bank o/Madison, Jackson, Tenn 5,000
Paid Jules Cassard. New Orleans National
Bank, New Orleans, La 4,000
Paid Wm. S. Moore, New Orleans Na­
tional Bank, New Orleans, La 2,400
Robert Alexandria, through Lockwood&
Co San Antonio, Texas 1,200
C. C. Fant, Madison, C. Va., collected
through tate Bank of Richmond, Va... 1,200
DRAWING OF DECEMBER 18, 1884.
John Keyes Paige, care L. G. Alexandre
&Co 7 Nassau street, New York $25,000
T. McAulifte, Savannah, Ga 1,000
DRAWING OF JANUARY 15, 1584.
Henry Munk, 276 Gratiot ave., Detroit,
Mich $2,000
Sam Levy, Detroit Mich 2,000
W. M. Lakey, Bells, Grayson & Co Tex— 1
,iOC
Cohn Feibehuan, 102 uravier st., New
Orleans, La 1,200
DRAWING OF FEBRUARY 12, 1884.
Frank Faciolle, 23 Pine st., Jacksonville,
Fla $15,000
Herman Kircliner, Crystal hotel, coiner
4th and Berry sts San Francisco, Cal.. 15,000
Horace N. Hatch, los 1st., Boston, viass.. 15,ooo
J. A. Solari,I64 Royal st. New Orleans, La. 6,000
H. Aicks, Morgantown, N. C.,collected
through Bank of Ashvi le, Ashville,
N. 5,000
R. Frank Dodge, P. O. Box 385. Beverly,
SS 2,000
DRAWING OF MARCH 11, 1884.
Henry Rivers, Foreman West Milwaukee
Shops, St. Paul It. R., Milwaukee Wis..$15,000
Willie Trost,1' Columbus. Miss 15,000
John Martelie, 723
Sacramento sl„ George
Bumm, care Barry Baird it Co., C. P.
Bobbins. 512 Leavenworth st. San Fran­
cisco, Cal 10,000
August Froebel, corner Broadway and
Walnut sts., St. Louis, Mo 5,000
James Wentzelj Pottsviile, Va 5,000
C. W. McCormick,Charleston,Ark 5,000
B. Speckels, Baldwins, Jickson Co., Iowa, 1,200
Frederick Masten, 429 Franklin St., Buf­
falo, N. 1,200
DRAWING OF APRIL 8, 1884.
Elbei S. Montgomery, Mount Olivet, Ky. $15,000
J. O'Brien, Kichmoud, Va, collected
through Lancaster & Lucke 15,000
Homer L. Bishop, San Francisco, Cal 5,000
Isadore Isaacs, Modesto, Cal £5,000
R. Hendrickson, 319 North Water St.,
Philadelphia, Pa 2,000
Norman Saunders, Washington, D. 2,000
Oscar Swenson, New York 1,200
Pobt J. Walker, Washington, D. 1,200
Byron T. Holmes, Fort Wayne, Ind 1, 00
C. T. Deshields, Sherman, Tex 1,200
H. G. Tremborg, 538 N. 3d ave., New York 1,200
DRAWING OF MAY 13,1884.
Isaac Haines, engineer Memrhis &
Charleston R. R., collected through W.
R. Rison & Co., Huntsville, Ala $15,000
B. J. Dorsey, 33 Jackson st. Memphis,
Tenn 15,000
H. C. Drinkle, Lancaster. Ohio 5,0(0
T. S. Ashby, Sherman,
Grant Co.. Ky 5,000
Paid First National Bank, Columbus, Ind. l,2po
S. Newman, 150 Henry St., New York l,2bo
For full particulars of the Grand Semi-Annual
Drawing of the 17th inst. see scheme in another
column of this paper to-day.
LAND SCRIP.
We deal in nil t.ho issues of Government Land
Scrip, which includes
Sioar Half Breed Scrip,
Valentine Certificates,
Porterfleld Warrants
Additional Homestead Claims.
OAHIf||IC We receive tbe accounts of Banks
DHIIItimia Bankers, and others, and attend
to all business connected with regular Banking.
PRESTON, KEAN & CO.,
Bankers, Chicago.
DBBlI.EPY!g'°«^
JralcSrenredbytiieCIVIALEMETHOD. Adoptealnall
UM HOSPITALS OF FRANCE. Prompt return of VIGOR.
BimDle
iliSii
CHEAP SEAL ESTATE.
100 of the best lots in Fisher's addition for sale
at $100 per lot.
140 lots in Sturgis' addition, from $150 to $350
a
Fine farm, twenty-five acres in wheat and
oats. Hay and spring water in abundance.
Harvester, hay rake, mower, and $400 improve­
ments for $1
,«00,
We have farm lands north, east and south of
Bismarck, and city inls on the original plat and
all the valualle additions to the city lor sale
cheap.
We are the Bismarck agents for city lots in Le
Beau, situated
0.1
CHAS. L. COL Y,
Land Commissioner, S"
1-43
First publication May 30.
Notice of Final Proof.
NITED STATFS LAND OFFICE, BIS
marck, D. T.. May 20,1884.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed his inten ion to make
final proof in support uf his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Register and Re­
ceiver at Bismarck, D. T., on July 9, 1884, viz:
Frank Miliar,
for the southwest quarter of section 10, town­
ship 140, north of range 80 west. He names the
following witnesses to prove his continuous res­
idence upon and (ulslvation of said land, viz:
Kdward 'Brien. Robert O'Brien, MatheCv
O'Brien and George Joy, all of BismarcK, D. T.
52 5pd J. A. REA, Register.
First Publication May 16.
Slot ice of Final Proof.
LAND
OFFICE AT BISMARCK, D. T.,
May 10,1884
Notice is hereby given that the follojving
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of hi. claim, and
that said proof will be made before the register
and receiver at smarck,
011
June, at three o'clock p. m., 1884, viz:
Henry ."•uttle.
for the south one-half of tliemv or of sec. 10, tp
138 n, 80 w. He names the following wit
nessesto prove his contin us residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: R. Macnider,
F.
Donnelly, J.
II.
OFFICE AT BISMARCK, D. T..
May 15,1884.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler lias hied notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the register
and receiver, at Bismarck,
1884, viz:
l~„
THE BISMARCR WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
the Missouri river in Wal­
worth county. Prices low and from first hands.
Elegant two-story brick residence, 28x38 feet—
coutains parlor, dining room, kitchen, pantry,
china closets, four fine bed rooms, plenty of
closets and spacious halls with a cemented base­
ment extending the whole length and breadth of
the house. Lot 50x150 feet—large stable, car­
riage house and excellent well on the premises.
The house and stable could not be built for less
than $5,500. Will be sold for $4,700 if taken in­
side of thirty d»s. Terms easv.
Fine stock farm of 480 acres, ten miles from
Bismarck. $12 per acre.
140 lots in Sturgis' addition, from $100 to $350.
Emmons county deeded land at $4 per acre,
half cash.
FOR RENT.
One business house and several dwelling
houses centrally located, at from six to thirty
live dollars per month.
Call on or address
E. C. FORD & CO.,
Room 141st National Bank Block.
HARVEY HARRIS,
Real Estate,
AND LOAN BROKER.
Bismarck City Property a Specialty. Settlers
loeated on Government Land. Money leaned
for non-residents on First Mortgage in name of
investor. Rents collected. Taxes paid. r-'
respondence solicited.
References First National Bank and Mer
chants Nationai Bank, of Bismarck.
Room 17, First National Bank Block, Bis
marck, Dakota.
500,000 Acres
OF FERTILE
Timbered Farming Lands
In NORTHERN WISCONSIN,
For sale on liberal terms to actual
settlers. Full particulars with good
map sent free. Address
Marshal, John Yegen, all of
Bismarck, Dakota territory.
50 3 JOHN A. REA, Register.
First Publication May 16.1884.
Notice of Final Proof.
LAND
D. T.,
on June 21.
William I. Smith,
For the mv qr, se qr, ne qr, sw qr, one half sw
qr of sec. 20, tp 138 north, range 79 west. He
names the fol owing witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, apd cultivation of
said land, viz: John Whittier. of Bismarck,
D.
T.
Washington, D. 2,ooo
Jay A. Bates, of Bismarck.
Spraeue. of Bismarck,
HAIGHT & LITTLE JOHN A. REA,
50-3 Attorneys for Claimant. Register.
[First Publication May 23,1884.
Notice of Final Proof.
LAND
OFFICE AT BISMARCK, D. T..
May 21,1884.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the register
and receiver of the land office at Bismarck, on
June 27th. 1884, at 11 o'clock, a. m., viz:
Charles K. Meserve.
Fqr the nw J4 of sec. 14, tl38n, 78 w. He
names the following witnesses to prove his con­
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of SHid
land, viz: Geo. H. Glass, R. Hamilton,
C.
Hinckley, L.
C.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made betore the register
and receiver at Bismarck, D. T., on June 13,
1884, at two o'clock p. m., viz:
Frank Plummer,
for the sw. sec. 22, town. 139 n., range 75 w.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: W. W. Wiilcox, Wm. Price, W.
H. Thursto and Albert House, all of Driscoll,
D. T. JOHN A. REA, Register.
Frank M. Hosier, Attorney. 48-53pd
(First publication April 4.)
Notice of Final Proof,
NITED STATES Land Office, Bismarck, D.
T. March 31 1884.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Register
and Receiver at Bismarck, D. T., on May 14,
1884, at 10 o'clock, a, m, viz.:
louden E. McKay.
For the southwest one quarter of section 20,
township 139, range 79, and names the following
as his witnesses to prove his continuous resi­
dence upon and cultivation of said tract, viz:
Geo.
G.
Dodge Scrip
Land Warrants, Etc,
First Publication May 16,1884.
Sheriff's Male.
TERRITORY
OF
DAKOTA
Burleigh.
twenty [20], twenty-one [81]. twenty-two [2
twenty-tnree [23] and twenty-fclur [24], in br
fifty-tnree |53| lots thirteen, [13], fourteen,
teen nineteen [19], twenty I
[18"]. nineteen [19], twenty [20], twenty
21], in block fifty-nine [59] in lots nine [9], ten
[10], eleven [11], twelve [121, xteen [16[, seven­
teen [17], eighteen [18], nineteen 19, twenty 20,
twenty-one 21, twenty-two 22, twenty-three 23,
and twenty-four 24, in block fifty seven 57 lots
nineteen 19, twenty 20, twent)-one 21. twenty
two 22, twenty-three 23 ani tweuty-foi 24.
block 55 in the city of Hismarck. according to
the original plot thereof now on file in the office
of the register of deeds, for said county of Bur­
leigh, Dakota territory. And that shall, on
Thursday, the I9tb day of June, A. D. 1884, at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.of said day, at the
front door of the court house in the city of Bis­
marck, in said county and territory, proceed to
sel! all the right, title and interest of the above
named George W. Sweet, in and to the above
described property to satisfy said judgment
and costs, amounting to one hundred and thirty
five (S835) dollars and forty-six cents, together
with all accruing costs of sale, and interest on
the same from the tenth day of May, 1884. at the
rate of seven per cent, per annum, at public
auction, to the highest bidder for cash.
fifteen [15], sixteen' [16], seventeen [17],
ALEXANDER MC ENZIE,
Sheriff of Burleigh County, D. T.
DAVID STEWART, By E. 8. NEAT-,
Plaintiff's Attorney. Deputy heriff.
Dated at Bismarck, D. T., May 10,1884. 50-2
First Publication May 16,1884.
(Sheriff's Sale.
TERRITORY
E.
OF DA HOT
A, COUNTY
of Burleigh, District Court, Third Judicial
District.
L. Faunce, Plaintiff.
vs.
William A. Hollembaek, defendant.
Notise is hereby given that bv virtue of an
execution to me directed and delivered, and now
11 my hands issued out of the clerk's office of th
district court, in and for the county of Burleigh,
in the territory of Dakota, upon judgment for
money rendered in said court in tlie above ac­
tion, in favor of
E.
L. Faunce, said plaintiff an
agiinst said defendant, Wm.
A.
A.
Hollembaek, in and to the
above described property tocatisfv oaid judg
me and costs, amounting to §50.60, and all
accruing costs of said sale.
1 ALEXANDER MCKENZIE,
Sheriff of Burleigh County, D.
WEBSTER & JAMISON,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Dated at Bismarck, D.
49-3 [No. 3,169.1
the 24lli day of
CARLT. PETE US I IN, Probate Judge.
GEO. P. FLANN"RY, Att'y for Petitioner.
Dated May 17, 1884. W51-2
First publication May 30.
Probate Notice.
TERRITORYinOF
D. T.
B. L.
D. T.
marck,
D. T.
P. B. Webb, of Bis­
DAKOTA,
111.,
Gibbf, A. McCaskel, H. McCarthy and
J. Baker, all of Burleigh county Postoffice ad­
dress Bismarck. W H. FRANCIS, Receiver.
C. N. Hunt, Attorney. 47-52
[First publication May 2.]
Notice of Contest.
LAND
OFFICE AT BISMARCK. D. T.
April 11, 1884.
Complaint havin*r been entered at this office
by Joseph Brown against Anders J. Bergguist
for abandoning bis homestcad entry No.
2,087, dated Juoe 11,1883, upon the se. ne.
lots 1,2 and 3, sec. 4, town. 142. r. 81, In Bur-
appear
day of May, 1884, at 10 o'clock a. m.. to respond
ana
Severe ones. S8 to fix. Pamphfatftt*
ISO roltoa
St., Hew Yoifc
furnish testimony concerning said alleged
abandonment.
48-51 JOHN
A. REA, Register.
O. F. Davis, Attorney for contestant.
®^®®iisS^tl
COUNTY OF
Wmfred Nicholls. Plaintiff.
vs.
George W. Sweet, defendant.
Notice is hereby given, that by vir ue of an
execution to me directed and delivered, and
now in my hands, issued out of the clerk's office
of the third judicial dis 1 rict court, territory of
Dakota, in and for the county ot Burleigh, upon
a judgment duly rendered in said court in favor
of Winfred Nicholls, plaintiff, and against George
W. Sweet, defend nt. I have levied upou the fol­
lowing described real property of said defen­
dant, to-wit: Lots seventeen (17) and eighteen
(18), in block forty seven [47] lots nineteen [19j,
•lock
Hollembaek. 1
have levied uuon the fol'owing described real
estate, to-wjt: Lot number nine. 9, in bl« ck
thirty 30, in the city of Bismarck, Dakota erri
1 ory and that I shall on Friday, the 27 day of
June, 1884, at the hour of loin the forenoon of
said day, at the front door of the court house in
said city, county and territory, proceed to sell at
public auc
1 ion, to the highest bidder for cash,
all the righ'. title and interest of the above
named William
T.
T.,
May 9, 1884. 50-2
TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
OFFICE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,
Washington, April 28, 1884
WHEREAS,to
By satisfactory evidence pre­
sented the undersigned, it has been
made to appear that "The Merchants National
Bank of Bismarck," in the city of Bismar k.
llie count', of Burleigh, and territory of Dako a,
has complied with all the provisions of the Re­
vises Statutes of the Uitited States required to
be complied with before an association shall be
authorized to commence the business of hank­
ing
Now THEREFORE, I. John JAY Knox, Comp­
troller of the Currency, do hereby certify ihat
"The Merchants National Bank of Bismarck,"
in the city of Bismarck, in the county of Bur­
leigh, and the territory of Dakota, is author­
ized to commence the business of banking as
provided in section 5,169 of ilie Revised Statutes
of the United States.
In testimony whereof witness my hand and
seal of office this 28tli day of April, 1884.
[Seal.] JOHN JAY KNOX,
Comptroller of the Currency.
[First publication May 23,1884.]
Probate Notice.
Territory of Dakota, County of Bur eigh—In
Probate Couri Carl T. Peterson, Judge.
In the matter of the estate of Jean Garnies, de­
ceased
Notice is hereby given that John Robedon has
filed with the judge of this court a petition,
praying lor letters of administration the
estate of Jean Garnies deceased, and that Sat
urlay, the l4thdayof June, 1884, at 11 o'clock
a. m. of said day, being a day of a regular term
of this court, to-wit: of the June te 111, 1884, at
the office of the judge of probate, in the city o.
Bismarck, county or Burleigh, lias been set for
hearing said petition, when and where any per­
son interested may appear and show cause why
the said petition should not be granted.
COUNTY OF
Burleigh, Probate Court, Carl
T.
Peter­
son, Jndge.
In the matter of the guardianship of Alma
Olson.
Notice is hereby given that Carolina Olsou,
mother of Alma Olson, has this twelfth day of
May. 1884 fil- with the judge of this court a pe­
tition oraying that A. A. Komstron be appointed
guardian of said Alma Olson, who is under
fourteen years old.
And that Saturday, the 21
st day of June, 1884,
is set aside for the hearing of said petition.
Dated Bismarck, May 12,1884.
By the court, CARL
T.
IJAND
A.
Gould, all of Menoken.
51-4 JOHN A. RKA, Register.
[First publication May 2, 1884.]
Notice of Final Proof.
PETERSON,
52-3 Judge.
[First publication May 23,1884.]
Notice of Contest,
OFFICE AT BISMARCK, D. T.,
May 16. 1884.
Complaint having been entered at this office
by Charles Gaskill against Mark E Thraves, for
abandoning his homestead entry number 1,581,
dated April 11, 1883, upon the so dhwest quarter
of section 32, township 138 north' range 76 west,
in Kutleigh county, uakota territory, with a
view to the cancellation of said entry the said
parties are hereby summoned to appear at this
office on the 2lst day of June, 1884, at 11 o'clock
a. m.. to respond and furnish testimony concern­
ing said alleged abandonment.
JOHN A. BEA. gister.
FRANK M. HOSIER, Att'y for Contestant. 51-3
[First publication May 2.]
Notice of Contest.
LAND
OFFICE AT BISMARCK, D. T.,
May 1,1884.
Complaint having been entered at this office
by Calvin
E.
Colby against Willard W. Freeman
for ab indoning hts homestead entry No. 2,086,
dated June 11, 1883, upon the ne. a sec. 8, town.
13911, 76 w, in Burleigh county, Daxota, with a
view to the cancellation of said entry the said
pariies are hereby summoned to appearmt this
office on the loth day of June, 1884, at 10 o*clock
a.
to respond and furnish testimony con­
cerning said alleged abandonment.
48-52pd W. H. FRANCIS Receiver.
[First publication May 2, 1884.]
Notice of Contest.
UNITED
48-52pd Register.
O. F.
Davis, Attorney for contestant.
[First publication May 23, 1884.]
Notice of Contest.
LAND
OFFICE AT BISMARCK, D. T..
May 19, 1884.
Complaint having been entered at this office
by William P. Sims against Timothy O'Leary for
abandoning his homestead entry No. 1,874, dated
May 15, 1883. for lot 6 township 137 north range
79 west, Burleigh county, DaKota Territory
with a view to the cancellation of s»id entry the
said parties are hereby summoned to appear at
this office on the 19th day of June, 1884, at 3
o'clock p. m., to respond and furnish testimony
concerning said alleged abandonment.
JOHN A. REA, Register.
SSffiliia 4 J.I SM ffcS'-JL rS1"
\_?-t' ,tfr T^«v8f!JI
FRANK DONNELLY.
Default
JOSEPH HAKE & CO.,
DEALERS IN
Agricultural Implements!
Sleighs, Buggies, Wagons,
Sewing achines & Garden Tools
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MINNESOTA CHIEF THRASHING MACHINE & LITTLE GIANT ENGINE
THE RUSHFORD WAGONS
DEERING HARVESTER & MOWER GILPIN SULKY PLOW
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BATES, PHELPS & CO.'S SPRING TOOTH HARROW BOSS HARROW CO.
HOUSEHOLD SEWING MACHINES BUCKEYE SFEDERS & DRILLS.
A full line of Extras furnished for the above goods. The best quality of Marino
Oils always kept on hand.
Light Sing Harness and Double Harness
CON8TAFTLY ON HAND.
Motto: tQuicli Sales and (Small Profits.
First Publication May 16,1884.
Mortgage Sale.
having been made in the payment
of the sum of sixtj-nine and 30
100 (ft 9.30), which is claimed to be
due at the date of this notice upon a
certain mortgage, duly executed and de­
livered by Magnolia Michaels to Austin N. Mc
Gindley, bearing date the 16th day of October,
A. 1883, and duly recorded in the office of
Register of Deeds and for the county of Bur­
leigh, and territory of Dakota, on the 18th day of
October, A D. 1883, at 11:45 a. m., in bojk "B"
of mortgages, on page 136, and afterwards dulv
assiemed to William A. Hollembaek by an as­
signment dated January 22, 1884, and recorded
in the office of the Register of Deeds in Burleigh
county, Dakota territory, on the 24th day of
January, 1884, in book
"E"
of mortgages and on
puge 187, and afterwards duly assigned by en­
dorsement and assignment of the note secured
by said mortgage, for valuable consideration to
George T. Webster, and no action or proceedings
at law or otherwise have been instituted to re­
cover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any
part thereof. Now, therefore, notice is hereby
given, thafby virtue of a power of sale con­
tained in said mortgage, and pursuant to the
statute in such case made and provided, the
said mor.gage will be foreclosed, and the prem­
ises described
111
and covered by said mortgage,
viz: Lots numbered four (4) and five (5)
in block numbered flify-three (53), in the city of
BismarcK, according to the certified plot thereof
recorded in the office of the register of dteds of
said county and territory, with the heredita­
ments and appurtenances, will be sold at public
auction, to the highest bidder for cash, to pay
said debt and interest, and the taxes, if any, on
said premises, and thirty dollars (S30.00) attor­
ney's fee, as stipulated in and by said mortgage
in case of foreclosure, and the disbursements al­
lowed by law which sale will be made by the
sheriff of said Burleigh county, at the front door
of the court house, in the city of Bismarck, in
said countv and territory.
011
the 27th day of
June, A. D.1884, at ten o'c ock a. 111 of that day,
subject to redemption nt any time within one
year from the day of sale, as provided by law.
I JDated May 6,1884.
O. P. M. JAMISON, GEOKGE T.WEBSTEK,
Attorney for Assignee. Asssignee of Mortgage.
50-4
First Publication May 30.
Mortgage Sale.
W1
HEREAS, default has been made in the
payment of the principal and interest,
amounting to the sum of four hun­
dred and tlr.rty dollars and forty cents
(.$430.40), due upou a certain promis­
sory note bearing date October 6, 1883,
given by John E, Weber to Thomas Mellon, in
the suni of four hundred dollars (§400), and se­
cured by a certain mortgag bearing date the
6th day of October, 1883, made 1 Hani ah T.
Weber and John E. Weber, of ilie city of Bis­
marck, in the county of Burleigh and territory
Dakota, to said Thomas Mellon, of the city of
Pittsburg, in the state of Pennsylvania, in the
sum of tweive hundred dollars ($1 200), which
mor gage was given to secure said note as
aforesaid, and al-o two other notes, each bear­
ing date October 6, 1883, in the sum of four hun­
dred dollars ($400), with interest, and due July
6.' 1884, and October 6,1884, which said mortgage
is recorded in the office of the register of deeds
of said Burleigh county, in book 2 of mortgage
deeds, page 125, at 11 o'clock a. m.
Whereas, By the terms and conditions of said
mortgage it was agreed that in case default was
made in the payment of sai 1 sum of money, or
interesf, or any part thereof at the time and in
the manner therein specified for the payment
thereof, then and
111
that case the party of the
second part, his executors, administrators or
assigns, might sell said hereby granted prem­
ises at public auction and convey the same to
the purchaser in fee simple, and out of the mon­
eys arising from such sale, to pay the prin­
cipal and interest then due on said notes, to­
gether with all costs and charges.
Whereas, The amount claimed to be due
011
said mortgHge at the date ol' the first publication
of this notice is the sum of twelve hundred and
ninety-one dollars and twenty cents ($1,291 20),
namely: twelve hundred dollars ($1,200) for
princpal.and ninety one dollars Mid twenty
cents (.$91.20) for interest, and that said sum is
the whole amount of said mortgage, principal
and interest remaining unpaid, anil
110
nor proceedinc at law or otherwise having been
inst tuted to recover said debt, secured bv said
mortgage or any part thereof.
Now, therefore, notice i- hereby given ihat by
virtue of a power of sale contained in said mort­
gage, and pur.-uant to the statute in such case
made and provided, the said mortgage will te
foreclosed, and the premises escribed in and
covered by said mortgage, namely: lots num­
bers eleven (11) and twelve (12) in block number
forty-one (41) in the Northern Pacific second ad­
dition to the city of Bismarck, according to the
pat thereof in the office of the register of deeds
of Burleigh county, situate in the city of Bis­
marck, Burleign county, Dakota territory, with
the hereditaments and appurtenances, «viil be
sod at auction to the highest bidder tor cash, to
pay said debt and interest and the taxes, if any.
on said premises, and seventy-five dol ars ($75)
attorneys' fee as stipulated in and by said
mortgage in case of foreclosure, and disbut se
ments as allowed by law, which sale will be
made
STATES LAND OFFICE, BIS-
marck D. T„ April 28, 1884.
Complaint having been entered at this office by
Thomas Brown against Michael Morris for aban­
doning his homestead entry No. 2,059. dated
June 7,1883, upou tbe se. sec. 6, town.
140, 78,
in Burleigh county, Dakota, with the view to the
cancellation said entry the said parties are
hereby summoned to ppear at this office on the
a:
by the sheriff of said county of -rleigh,
or his deputv, at the front door of the court
house in the city of Hismarck, in said countv
and territory, on Friday, the 11th day of July,
A. D. 1884, at 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, sub­
ject to redemption at any time within one year
of the day of sale as provided by law.
Dated at Hismarck, Burleigh county. D, T.,
May 28, A. D.1884.
THOMAS MELLON. Mortgagee.
Allen & Barnes, Att'ys of Mortgagee. 52-6
[First publication May 23, 1884]
Notice of Contest.
S. LAND OFFICE AT BISMARCK, D. T.,
Mav 23, 1884.
Complaint having been entered at this office
by Henry Mayer again-t Elmer J. LaRue. for
abandoning his homestead entry No. 2,447. dated
October 25,1883, upon the ne of section 26,
township 139 north, range 77 west, In Burleigh
county, Dakota, with a view to the cancellation
of said entry the said parties are hereby m
monedto appear before Oscar Ball, a notary
Btakotaat
ublic, his office in Sterling, Burleigh county,
territory, on the 21st day of June. 1884,
I/itlVUba kmv vuuv« iooi|
at It o'clock a. m. to respond and furnish tes­
timony concerning said alleged abandonment.
Such
testimony to be considered at a hearing
before the register and receiver, to beheld
June 27,1884, at 2 o'clock p. m.
FBANK M. HOSIER, JOHN
,?6 4"*? •$
JOSEPH HARE.
First Publication May 23.1884.
Mortgage Hale.
DEFAULT
lriving been made in the
payment of the sum of five thousand four
hundred *nd sixteen dollars and sixty-six cents
wnich is claimed to be due at the date of this
notice upon a certain mortgage, dulv executed
and delivered by John A. Rea, mortglgor to
George H. Fairchild, mortgagee, bearing elate the
10th day of September, A. D. 1883, and duly re­
corded 111 the office of the register of deeds in
and for the county of Burleigli, and territory of
Dakota, on the 14th day of September, A
1883, at 12:30 clock p. in., in book "E" of mort­
gages, on page 68. which said mortgage was
duly assigned by said George H. Fairchild
morteage to the National Bank of the
city of Bismarck, Di,' ita territory, by an in­
strument 111 writing bearing date tlie loth to
°f May, .1884, wh'cff .said asfignment vas dull
recorded 111 the office of the register of deeds in
and for the county of Burleigh. and Territory of
Dakota, on the 17th day of Afay. 1884 at 5*50
o'clock p. m., in book "E" of mortgages, on pa'|e
32o, and no action or proceeding at law or other­
wise having been instituted to recovt rthe^ debt
secured by said mortgage or anv Dart iberenf
Now therefore, nor ice is hereby i?S Sby
virtue of a power of sale contained in said mort­
gage and pursuant to the statute in such case
made and provided, the said mortgage will be
foreclosed, and the premises described in and
covered by said mortgage, viz: The undivided
nnLtlie
f°!l0WI"S
described tract of land.
at the southwest corner of
SSSfViS Uve"ty"^h 28, township one hundred
fifth rn nmi f'
a?i
ral,ge
III nf'.Hm'
eiShty
run.l.lln8
west of the
thence east on the south
line of said section, seventy-five 75 rods thence
north one hundred and sixty 160 rods' to the
north line ot the southwest quarter of said sec-
ei?i t'lence
east along tlie line be-
nfcSin
ve?t (lu.?rter
and the sou hwest
?i(rhV -a iIOIV
5
rods*thence
north
se\enty-i ight 18 rods, thence west to the west
the\dsippn tliences to
the place beginning, containing one hundred
a!
j0llrte?n
ac,r
niore or leis: also the undi-
vi' ed one-fourth of the southeast quarter of
section twenty-eight 28, township one hundred
In £n'i®'
ra,,ge
eiShty80
L'n t^ if'81
west Of fifth
C0l,'"ty'
an(l
tilb
territory of Ia-
hereditaments and appurten-
lliBbest iat* l)ublic auction, to the
terest and ?hp £v«=Sl-''t0
1)iiV said de!)t a,ut
teresc, duel tliet»ixes, a,nv, on suid nremis^s
ulaid'fn1^?^1
d-,Hars
Forney's fee. as stfp-
mortSagein
case of fore­
closure, and the disbursements allowed bv law
Hi.'rul'i.rhll"1!
be
ofHipmnrfh
,n?ade by the sheriff of said
0r
-ls
at
dtteputByriH^
S
the
rront
door
Pfjtlie court house, the citv of Bismarck, in
Ink A i^isSi territ-ry.onth -sev nth day of
at 11
clock a. m. of that day,
ve^frnm «SeiInDtl?lla,tany
time
J,
within one
Slile,as
provided by law.
Dated May 20, A. D. 1884.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
GEOKGE P. FLANNERV, Assignee.
Attorney for Assignee. 51-5
First Publication May 23,1884.
Mortgage Sale.
def*}iilt
has been made in the
conditions of a certain mortgage e\ecu
lv i»aild dehyered to Thomas Mellon by E
IAIW the8tli day of December A D"
1883, and recorded in tlie office of the register of
the iotbrdav nf
cou,nty'
Dakota
temStoryfon-IKAatn
tlie 10th day ot ecember, A D. 1883
"V.1'} 'i?ok "'P 2" mortgage deeds, pace 196* 011
ih- there is claimed to be due at tlie date' of
rhom eC8et. d2vh"^,red dollarwith iifterest
rate of twelve'™rLV?Ceniber'
A" 1883,
at the
'£££?tng%: SSSS
nor°procefdhi^a!g?^ to $210 87, and no action
nor proceeding has been instituted at, law nr
SoranvTrT^
that by Virtue of power'of sai^grante'd
made'andnrovide'? =f 'lje
8tatute
in such cases
c"osed and tbP mnr ^aidJniortg?gewi11
action
be
fore"
cribld'wi ^l hptnVrt ^"gaged premises therein des
BurleirfiVonnfv nVe„fore ",e .court house
door of
8 a
P. T»
a id or a
TI! and expense of advertising
gage and sotoh 28-es,ileseribed
Dated May 22, 1884.
AT
FW
in said
DV«A
Iceasedinatter
and a11
aK
A.
REA, 51-3
Attorney. Register.
mort-
THOMAS MELLON,
ALLEN & BARNES, Mortgagee
Attorneys for Mortgagee. 51-5
First Publication May 16.
Probate Notice.
son, Judge. ireier
the estate of
Mary
Reardon,
On reading and filing the petition of James F.
Reardon, administrator of the estate of Marv
Rearaon, deceased, representing among other
things, that said deceased died seized of certafn
real estate therein described, and that itis nee
essary to sell the sam- to pay the debts, expen
ses and charges of administration anil debts
outstanding against the decedent, and prayine
fora license to sell the same Itisordcied thai
said petition be heard at a special term of said
court, to be held in and for said county, at the
office of the judge of probate, in the c4y of Bis­
marck, on the -.xith day of June, A. I. 1884. at 10
clock a. m. of that day. Itis further ordered
that notice be given to the next of kin and heirs
apparent or representatives of said deceased,
by publication of this order at least four suc
cessive weeks before
the day of such hearing.
In
li ftk6 Weekly Tribune,
a newspaper pub­
lished at the city of Bismarck, in this county, or
byservicepf acopy ofthis Older personally on
foil
persons interested in the
estate at least ten days before the day fixed for
hearing of the petitition, and the next of kin and
alt persons Interested In said estate, are ordered
jPR.681" time and year'above mentioned
show cause, if any there be, why an order
Dated M^f W84fdtorthesale
ofsaid estate
CARL T. PETERSON,
50"1
Probate Judge.

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