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Us 7: ll It} 1 It r. v4 '*3 'J- I si* svrf H- I *U I* 1*• 4 5. ip Ji£ fj*V i4#^ sfciiyi fc f| !'', ll :.-iJ Sk •i t'b''rCh" $'. Ssk\" 1* St t'* 4t-V 4 *t in ft [if. •fOU. WE/OW7V, ERFEGT Its superior excellence proven in millions of •omen for mure ta ni a |iuurei- of a century. It Is used the raited Sfcwes guveraiucut. En dorsed by tin heads oi the (Jroat Universities as ®te Stronjtftut, Purest, a nil most Healthful. Dr. Prix's Cream liakhur Powder (loos not contain iCtuniouia, Lime, or Alum. Sold only in Cans. PBICE BAKING POWDER CO.<p></p>IAMESTOWN NEW YORK. CHICAGO. .ST. LOUTS. POPULATION 3.500 CITY JVEWS. Froin Thursday'? Daily. A gentleman in town has received a letter from "Bob Burdette" highly rec ommending Miss Miller who will conduct ser rices next week at the Baptist church. Jamestown appears to bo getting a fa vorite place for aspirants to matrimony. A couple from Dickey were married here last week and another from Oakes yes terday. The ice palace at Montreal was to have been stormed last night by the fire king but a blinding blizzard caino on and his fcrees bad to beat an ignominious rt tr?nt. Tho storming is postponed. \Y. H. Beadle of Yankton was at the Gladstone last night on his way to Bis marck. Ha was territorial superintend ent of public instruction some years ago. and is one of the most popular and ac complished educators in the territory. A severs epidemic of matrimony ap pears to have broken out among the Sioux Falls newspaper men. Three of the victims are announced as»having suc cumbed to taa ravages of the fell diseas within as many wee Resolutions of ^Hindolence are expected to be offered the next meeting of the Aberdeen press club. Yesterday the first of the vestibuled trains on the Northern Pacific railroad passed through Grand Forks on the way to Winnipeg. As soon as sufficient of the new cars are received from the works the service will be inaugurated on the main line. It will take eignt complete trains to put the service in operation and they will not commence to run until the whole outfit is delivered. A careless guest of the Gladstone left a pocket book under his pillow the other morning, which contained nearly 81.000 in money and checks. After searching all over the office, going through clothes, valises etc., one of the bell boys found the lost book under the pillow just where the man had left it. Ail that Johnny received for returning the man's money was "thank you,'" which he says he has in his pocket yet. A visit to the county jaii shows that under the management of Sheriff Schmitz everything is kept neat and clean. At present there is only one prisoner,con fined, Ed Callaghan. who is awaiting trial at the next term of the district court for bnrglarv of the Northern Pacific ticket t^e The boys turned out well, thirty-seven being present for duty, and they were put through Ti.e ted I &£' 5 ,1 complicated evolutions by Carr.. I-Vo in good stvfc?. After the para srui.ssed a bushiest m-jfting was he.ti aw« awie mioor d^ai!« arrang ed for tin p\-:.nd c.n Washing!on'-i birthdr.v. Quite a numoer of i'fiend- si'V-nd'.-.i thi faaeral of Mr?. Sam-mth 1'elisai^r at ih farm of Jon After brie' f? all danger of infection is over. Owing to the splendid situation and the eareful workmanship employed in its construction, the Jamestown college has so far been free from any case of this typo of infections disease. Mr. and Mis. Oakes of Windsor, were in Jamestown today. They have a lino farm in the northern part of the connty, and are determined to make a winning -*u- out of Dakota yet. Stutsman county is fortunate in claiming as residents such bright and plucky people as Mr. and Mrs. Oakes. General Allen was a passenger to Bis marck today. He expressed sympathy with Gen. Ward, and could hardly be lieve that all the newspaper reports about the gentleman wero true. It was too bad, if so. N. J. Olsen the jolly Northern Pacific elevator superintendent, took a hand in the usual six hand euchre party in the Gladstono parlors last night. its a great game. Croupy suffocation?, night coughs and ail the common affections of the throat rad lung's quickly relieved by Dr. J. H. McLean's Tar Wine Lung Balm. For *ile by Woniienbo."'' & Avis. From Kridav'.s lailv. J. P. Kidder of Melville, is registered at the Capital house. Albert Noe, A. L. Loomis and II. E. Milton of Fargo, are at the Gladstone. Miss Lillian Curtis, a student at the college, is cultivating au acquaintance with the mumps. The Mitchell Republican says that A. J. Feezer was visiting his sister Mrs. L. McCurdy, in that city last Sunday. Stephen Graves, of Carriugton, who has been east for the winter, came in last night and wont north tbia morning. For some unexplained reason there was a large gathering of Jamestown's eligible bachelors to see the train pull out this afternoon. Probably most of them had letters to post. A wheat thief is said to have been mak ing his presence felt near Melville of late, and the losers of some grain there are about settled as to who the party is. It won't do to steal wheat, in Dakota this year. M. D. Parker who has been with Good man for a number of years lias engaged his services to a Butte City clothing house, md will leave with his family for that place soon. Mr. Parker is a No. 1 salesman. The project of sending the Light Guards to represent Jamestown at the inauguration is meeting with great favor. Arrangements are not yet completed, but if the citizens will chip" in and do their part it can probably be managed. An agent of an eastern line was in Jamestown yesterday, talking with solne of the militia men about the Washington tnp. Jamestown's representatives should be seen and heard at the inauguration, -nd our people ought to see that the metropolis of the James Hiver valley is there in creditable style. R. C. L'javitt of Minneapolis, uiau:i: -r of the big Gull River Lumber company, was looking over business matters today with C. E. Blackwell, who has some live or six yards in Dakota under supervision. The Gull River company is oilicered by first class men. Mr. Leavitt has been a spectator at the capital for a day or two. Mrs. W. H. Peterson, who has been in Jamestown several weeks loo Icing -after business affairs connected with the large farm in the southern part of the county, returned to Philadelphia today. Tlie farm will be more exieneively cultivated this year than ever. Mrs. Peterson is not only a charming lady, but possesses bus iness talents not granted to many of the opposite sex. While trapping for Mink on the Pipe stem some days ago, II. E. Sunday of Melville, caught a large black eagle by one toe, and secured the bird alive and still hungry. Mr. Sunday would like to sell his capti%"e. A tame eagle is an in structive bird to have around. He takes care of himself, is tough as a knot, and only needs a little raw meat for his day board. Bismarck Tribune: It is currently ported that Dr. Drake, who has been prosecuting the disgraceful war against Superintendent Archibald of the James town asylum, made what is known in the classics as ,la evl'Jence IV :i. •ind'ic- JV til ca ied and pro re: ,eterv. ^here vilace. Mr. ioe_rnphed for from flora. reach here in time. Ho mestown for the last week returned a day or two b?- cid w Highland termer ,. who was was unab had been in a and had on! fore the sad event. tt in kier. The trustees of the university of North Dakota at Grand Forks, have decided to close the institution for a%few weeks on account of the breaking out of diphtheria among the students. The plumbing is to be thoroughly overhauled and the: buildings will be disinfected by fumiga tion from top to bottom. The two cases of the disease have been quarantined and trains stuck in drifts for eighteen hours. the rest of the students have left for \r„ Their homes. They will be recalled by a Baldwin, of Jamestown, circular from the board of regents when taken before office. He seems comfortable and con- puttee, as it is understood that Drake is perfectly unconscious of any strangeness tented, and hist Sunday the sheriff took 'n ''hard lines ar.d he may desire to do Inm down to attend mass at the Catholic better in the future. ging in her "dhudeen." Avery The merry notes of the bugle rang out given last night by some of the college last night uion the still air to call the I students to Park Roper who is intending members of Co. H, Dakota National to leave shortly. Considerable maneuv- ere was another heavy train for the Guards, to attend drill at the drill hall, ering was necessary to induce the uncon-1 -uf5"rnioleven coaches, raid ciou.i recipient of the benefit to abandon his usual evening engagement and re main at honK1, but about fight o'clock the merry party which had previously met- at. the McGinnis block, arrived at the ifmilv residence and were made hr-ar'.i.y welcome. The evening i/uickly p.'u^- ti in X\ Rose, Cornelia Smith. Frank Fanninc.! .... Miss Mudgc-t, Parker Roper, Edie Sharp. Old people suffer much from disorders of the urinary organs, and are always gratified at the wonderful effects of Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm in banishing their troubles. $1.00 per bottles. For sale by Wonnenberg & Avis. Kinm Saturdays Daily. Big waaln storm in Canada all day vesterJay, Carrington over Sunday,the guest of Mrs. James Wyard. At the prayer meeting Jast Wednesday evening, the members of the Baptist church voted to hold meetings each even ing next week. Everybody invited to be present. There will be a special meeting of the Order of the Elastern Star Monday even ing, Feb. 11. A fall attendance is re- mm.' •lkmSmmSm': rt holy show" of himself be fore the investigating committee last evening. The Tribune will not now pub the com- quired for initiation ceremonies, der of Worthy Matron. Phil ln Pleasant surprise party was From MonrfV* nuilv. games and other a must meats, after ^hich a light sn .v,.r wu3 sorred :i"'i liie party !voki r.p about half an hour aftor mideigh Following is tho •i^t of t! c* couples present: Frank T^dUv. I eihe Ko-e, Po:Kddy. Lola LaFollet. I. .»!. V\ anner, Sadie J'.liioLt. Wm. Wan ner. Motta Sperrv, Krnest W inner. Cora and Carrie Pe'ty. J. A. l^r], Myra Por ter. in. V. Wells. Lena Flint, Carl Ben nett. Edic Wanner, Harry FJmt, Grac« A"en. -Tn°a Ed?"in By or- McHugh, the well-known and talented traveling man who died of diphtheria suddenly, leaves a wife daughter of Landlord Bingrose of Aber deen. and two children. L. G. Johnson of Aberdeen, D. R. Bailey of Sioux Falls, and J. A. Ford of Madison,fonned a group of distinguished politicians who came up from the south last night, on their way to the capital. There will be another club dance in the Metropolitan tonight. These dances so far have mot with good patronage and ail those who attend can count on having a good time. Tonight, from 8 o'clock to I ho alley City Times Record says that the Rev. Wm. Ewiug of Jamestown, was in the city Sunday, and occupied the pulpit at the Congtegational church and preadhed a very able sermon both morning and evening. At the Fargo land office during Janu ary there were 22 pre-emption filings, 28 homestead, 27 timber culture, 16 pre emption proofs, homestead commuted, an final homesteads. The new filings cover 12,0(3-4 acres final proofs, 17,20 acres. Valley City Alliance: It is told that at a dance not more than a thousand miles Irom alley City, after the tloor manager had "irrigated" to a degree sufficienTto warrant it, in announcing a quadrille, he called out: "Trot out your fillies for the next heat.'" And they trotted. The ladies of Eldridge do not mean to let the grass grow under their feet. The \\. C. T. U. has arranged for an enter tainment to be given next Friday week, Feb. 22d, at 7 o'clock. Dialogues, tab leaux and prohibition addresses will be given, and a good time is guaranteed to all, whether in favor of prohibition or not. Admittance, 15 cents. The following "chestnut'' is going the rounds of the territorial press: "Should you agree to give your wife a cent on the first day of January, two on the second day, four on the third, and so on, doub ling the amount each day, on the thirty first day of the month—provided you kept your agreement and wasn't a liar— von would haje to give her the pleasant sum of $10,737,418.24! It's a great story —but figures prove it. Quite a number accepted Mr. Hepper diezel's kind invitation to visit his pleas ant parlors this afternoon and learn bv ocular demonstration the way in which sugar and butter are combined" with other ingredients to form his famous candy. The process was gone through from the beginning, the weighing of the sugar, boiling in a copper pan, clarifying, straining, Uavoring, molding, etc., until the finished product was exhibited in "linked sweetness long drawn out." A telegram from Winnipeg states that Mrs. A. B. Ward was iu the city yester day. but would not consent to be inter viewed. It seems probable that she got letters from her husband at tho post office, and that she knows where b« is. It is generally supposed that "fft'e "general" passed through Winnipeg without stopping,and that he is now hid ing in Lower Canada with tho view of again losing his identity and appearing in afresh place under another name. Yesterday being Miss Grace Barrett's birthday, a number of young people gathered together and gave her a call in the shape of a surprise party at the home of D. H. Barrett, Sr. Card playing and dancing were indulged in freely until about half past twelve when refreshments were_ served in great style everyone ap pearing to enjoy themselves immensely. After which the fun was resumed and kept up until early this morning when •all retired, expressing themselves as hav ing enjoyed themselves to the utmost. An interesting object was perched upon the rear platform of the smoker on the train for the west this morning,which at first sight looked like an emigrant's bundle of clothes, but on examination proved to be an old, old Irishwoman, withered and wrinkled like Gagool in "King Solomon's Mines," who was quiet ly enjoying her matudinal pipe to "settle herself'" after breakfast. She was on her way west to join her son, and appeared 4, the position she had chosen for indul- Have you bought your valentines vet Miss Agnes Iiukke of Cooper&town is visiting her chums at the Jamestown college this week. Coopers town Courier: Alfred Dickey, the popular candidate for Gov. Church's seat, vvns in toe metropolis of Griggs cm Tuesday. Mrs. Jnlict Shoemaker. .VHs.s Bertha Kinney and Fred Clipper!, all of whom are well known in Jamestown, spent Sun day in the city. Judge Rose, Senator Glaspeil, Dr. Ar chibald, John W igh and A. C. McMil lan came home from Bismarck for Sun- 1 day, and returned this morning. There was a small but merry gathering at the club dance held at tho Metropoli tan last Saturday night, and the couples threaded the mazy dance until close on Sunday morning. Col. Plnmmer, the radoubtablo cham pion of womans' suffrage, was in town last night. He will bring an action for libel against the man who drew his por trait in Saturday's Globe. There was quite a crowd of colored gentlemen of assorted sizes and styles of architecture on the train for the west this morning. Some of them are bonnd for the coast, but most are going out to the mines. Valley City Democrat- Hon. Alfred Dickey, Jamestown's popular candidate for Gov. Chnrch's gubernatorial shoes, came down on Tuesday evening's train, and received quite an ovation at the Kin dred, tendered by his friends. Ed Lathrop, the efficient night police- ZSJ&mSl£» man, received a telegram yesterday that his father was seriously ill, and left this morning for Rochester, Minn. The old gentleman, who is eigty-two years of age, is well knawn to many Jamestown peo ple, having spent the winter here with his son in 1882 The joint investigating committee of two members from the council and three fiom the house which has been hearing evidence at Bismarck this week, will ar rive at Jamestown on the afternoon train tomorrow and examine witnesses at the asylum. Their time for reporting expires next 1* riday, but will probablv be extend ed. Why does I. C. Wade tfear that broad, decolletto smile did you say? Well the Colonel has got two fine boys, but he wanted a girl, and now ho is the happiest man in town since yesterday morning. I he lames all say it is the very image of its father, so it is needless to sav it is a very b.ndsome baby. At the latest ac counts both mother and child weredoinsr well. At a meeting of tho financial commit tee of tho city council held in the mayor's day time, and ho also sent his brother Ed along to take care of him. He is get 'ing along as well as could be expected He suffers a great deal of pain, from his crushed arm and the contusions on his side. aril Ilopor lei't this morning for the west he will first g« to Seattle and Ta coma and the other towns on the Sound, and will then go south to Santa Anna, Cal., where his uncle, Horace H. Koper. hay been in the stationery business for the last twenty-eight years. Park will take a position in the store and will nrob ably remain if he likes the country/ Mr. Steele, ior whom he has been working I for some time past was very sorry to lose out ark decided to accept his nn boiler of a situation, made when he was here last year. Park will be quite a loss to Jamestown society, and he will be especially missed among the young peo ple at the college, in whose doings he al ways took a prominent part. hin ds', Judge Rose came home to spend Sun day in Jamestown and returned to his duties in the supreme court, at Bismarck last night. The judge is looking rather worn and it is to be feared is working too hard. In order to keep up with his work he has been hearing cases at night after sitting in the A dance is announced at Eldridge to night. M. D. Williams, of V'psilanti, is regis tered at the Capital house. D. Butterfield, of Esler, took supper at the Capital house Jast night. J. R. Egan, and J. J. Dwyer of Spirit wood, were in town yesterday. N. E. Farnesworth and O. C. Christo ferson of Rio, are in the city today. H. B. Chess and C. V. Brown of Sykes ton, were down from the north last night, M. W. Sheaf of Watertown, srd J. W. Daniels of Aberdeen, were ai the Glad stone last night. H. B. Wood, the popular furniture dealer of tho JimRiver rnetcopolis.is with tho delegation irom hero at ihe capital. .'ie Asylum invcsi.igat ing' committee arrived from Bismarck on this afternoon's tram and were driven at once To the asy lum, whore they will examine the res'/of the witnesses and the ings and the financial will probably last several in was suddenly removed by death vester day while feeding her chickens. She had lived in this country some time, having come hero from Chicago five years ago. She had reached the ripe old age of sev enty-five years, so that death although sudden, was not altogether unexpected. The funeral will take plfTae tomorrow. ia U.t .1 jl Mr. John Nichols has received a letter from the father of Burt Booth who sud denly disappeared from Jamestown six weeks ago in rather a sensational way. It appears that when he sobered up after his drank he was in one of the towns out west, and being ashamed to come back he boarded a train and is now in Mon tana. His father was very glad to hear from him as they bad supposed he was dead, and wishes to thank the railroad boys for the trouble they took to find his son. When Charley, the thirteen year old son of E. L. Wells, went to the office this office thi3 morning at 10 o'clock, tho fol- !i .u lowing bids were rt-nnivAri fv.r +.1,^ -.ono I sl?oper for the next two hours, if he sits straight and is respectful to the conduc iowing bids were received for the ijo.OOO worth of bonds to be issued by the city James River National bank, ©5,07 N. W. Harris, Chicago. $5.0(39 S. A. Keau, Chicago, £5,031. The bid of the James River National bank being the highest was accepted. ihere was a largo attendance yesterday morning at the Baptist church to hear Miss Emma Miller speak upon the sub ject of "Womens Home Missions." The speaker gave au iutvresting outline of the methods adopted in carrying out this line of work in Chicago and other cities, and of the success it had met with in building up the church, since its fi'-st in auguration eleven years ago. Miss Mil ler will conduct meetings at tho Baptist I and Harry Hogue of Melville, w"ere"down' church every evening this week to which and took in Ole Olsen last night all are invited. m, ,, A. D. Bingham, the brakemnn who were presented by Sheriff Schmitz was hurt on Saturday morning by being a lino thoroughbred St. Bernard pup. knocked ol£ a car at Cleveland, did Although it is only two mouths old, it leave for Brainerd in the afternoon as he iraldavs. S i! morning to get the mail he was handed "dainty little envelope addressed Chas. Wells in a delicate ladies hand-writing. Charley of course lost no time in break ing the seal supposing that one of his valentines had come a little ahead of time, but was badly paralyzed when he read at the top of the sheet "My Dear Hubby" followed by some allusions to two canton flannel shirts and ending with a dozen kisses and half a dozen hugs. The regiRter at the Gladstone shows the name of Chus. Wells as one of t,!ireti ils sleeper, so as to arriAe at Brainerd iu the nioiher is Countess Vida 75^7, so that it supreme court all day, ,• which is too much of a task for any man. In the five months since fiis appointment j.i he has only had two weeks rest at home the and it is to be feared he mav break down irortiTAri* t« I with overwork. In his consciencious de sire to do justice to everybody and get to the bottom of a matter, the judge does a good deal of the work in the wav of look ing up authorities that should be done by the attorneys. From Tuesday's Daily. Olsen company, so if you want to see "Dear Hubby" you had better boat the rmk tonight. Jamestown people going to Bismarck on the 12:50 a. m. train should beware of the sleeping car fraud, if they should da sire to take a b°rth. Tho sleeper stops at Mandan and the unaccommodating porter rousts out all sleeping passengers as soon as it is daylight or 7 a. m. Tho train crossing back for Bismarck is not due until 9:20 a. m. This disturbance of nassengers is done for no other reason than to let Uie porter sweep out and ap parently to inconvenience the patrons of the sleeper who retiro late, as much as possible. After a person is once dragged out of his berth, he can remain in the tor and his colored accomplice. Passen gers should beware of this imposition. Prom W'ecenesday'eOaHj. The college literary society has decided to give asocial at the college on Friday evening, Feb. 22nd. Judge Francis, who threw up the pros ecution of the asylum investigation last night,, roturned to Bismarck this morn r»« Judge Cleary of New Iiockford, Tom and A. C. Ware and F. Malioney, of Min newaukan Don Smith of Carringtou, Ihis morning Mayor Allen children aU'eady had intended. Superintendent McCabe "rown be a splendid specimen of thought it would be more comfort bie this noble animal. Its father is regis for him leave in the night and take the weigli3 30 pounds, and when full Donatello A. K. 18G01, and "its is of aristocratic descent on both siaes of the house. It is needless to say that the children are delighted with their new playmate. One of tho biggest crowds of the sea son turned out last night to hear "Dear Hubby" and Ole Olson, at tho Opera house. While the artistic merit of the piece is not of a particularly high order, it i3 brimming over with fan and seemed to be thoroughly appreciated by tho au dience. There is more laughter to til'? squiite inch in Ola Olsen than iu any other piece that has appeared hero this winter, and the lo^al allusions, v.hilo not, particularly witty, appeared to tickle tho audience immensely. James Sholdon, one of the oldest and best known bankers in Michigan, was visiting friends at the Albion colony yes terday. County Commissioner Eddv waa an old neighbor. Mr. Sheldon has been iu vesting in tho timber hinds of Oregon. He is deservedly proud of his banking record, having occupied one room in Albion, as a bank, for over for ty-nine years, and having had threa floors worn out by the feet of customers during that time. He has investments in Dakota and is couiiug back this sum mer to look up others. Ho is satisfied tho tjvo new states will receive a lar lmmi-ratl0n shortly It would be a serious misfortune for the Deputy Shoriff W. R. Seaver and un people of this district if the legislature other man came in from Cummings this should fool away their time in squabbles clclusion contracted that he is liable to be lynch- Komo ,*ai,,clcd Ho seemed fjnicu enouirh, i,1ia a quiet enough, but while the sheriff was registering at the Commercial hotel, he slipped to the door and was off down the street like a ilasti. After along chase he was caught by M*. MoCov near the north side brewery, but had to" bo handcuffed iu order to get him into Mr.Shain's hack, which took him to tho asylum. The Xew Year Dawns Very Auspic iously. As usual the 224th grand monthly drawing of the Louisiana State Lottery company took place at noon on Tuesday Jan. loth, 1889 at New Orleans, La., un '\er the sole superintendence of Gen'Is G. P. Beauregard of La., and Jubal A. Early of A a. No. 5,882 drew the first capital prize of §3.000. It was sold in fractional 20ths at 81 each sent to M. A. Daunhin, New Orleans, La. One to Geo T* Davis, Detroit. Mich. one to J. H. Dick son, Detroit, Mich. one toC. M. McT.aia Colorado Springs, Co!. one to W Greshnm. IndianoJa, Miss. oneUCtr man at 1 bank. Denver. Col. oa.-i 'i-l to Second bank. Bay Civ v. MiViV one to W. i-Jalderman, Philadelphia, la.: one pRiil ton depositor Hirorurii YvVt-?' rargo .t Co.'s bank San FnineiY.co. Cah' etc., eli-. «\iu. 40,7 9 drew the s-e capital lira of tfxoO.OOO it I in fractional twentieths at CI went to Moo. W. two to Is.it'l Boston, •xnuiiiii.' me rest of! state of the build- Dibbfe°Mirl «5T°' ^neo. W. Fricke, No. The aged mother of Martin Jaskowski Baltimore, Md. one to a depositor Branch the Polish settlement north uptown, State Nat'l bank. New Orleans, La. pne tO Mrs. lit. rid .s ai mj ,! .•ach. Two bewail. Chicago Bank of Coramonw, tii. Mass. two to Hamil i-.«-i-,* nr record. Their stav Withers °'o?': °n?Jo ---.af two to 1 0U'' oAp':tiMto 1 W' J' le"-: to 2i-i So Broa lwnv M, •JoIlXlSO!). Alhinv XT *V -Johnson, Albany, N. Y. one to Iirst National bank, Taylor Tex one to a depositor through Union Natl bank, Vw Orleans, La. one to Isaac Williamsonx North Front St.. Phila ?hiPithirdi v!?' a' *,tCr No"$50,000. drew the capital pme of also sold in twentieth parts ono paid to Chi cago Nat 1 bank, 111. one to C. C. Dild lne fe C/o., St. Joseph. Mo. one to Nafl German Americjin bank of St. Paul Minn. one to Merchants Nat'l bank.' Louisvi e.Ky. ono to City Nat'l hank. vt-Ji1!0' °!)0 a depositor, through VVells, lar^o A: Co., San Fraueisco, Oal one to J. M. Martin, Ambia, Tex. etc etc. Ibe next event of a similar linport ance will be on Tuesday, March 12,188[. All information about it may be obtained ma- Da°i""°' Taken Up. January 26, one spotted boar pig, abou I months old, at the Capital barn. M-antitiioouH 25 rents. POWDER Absolutely Pure. miirvel or purilj Mort- economical This Powder never vanes. MroncUi jind than the ordinary kinds, ami c&nrot be solil ia corapetil on witn trie multitude of low test shon weight ttlnm or phosphcto powders. Sold only eaus.J Every flight 1 Scratched in as a 3 5 with scales like xpot* of mortar.--Cured ly the Cutic-urit Itcmcdlm. ), urn to tell you of ttif euraordin-irir cwi.-e your (VTiccitA llKMK„rK"performed on me. About tlie l.st of April la«VI t:\i' snotletl tHKilCS. 1 Ciuniofc fvnr.wt in a ii to I or ha ii Inive.heen to inc. 1 HCYAL BAKING POWDER CO 1(« Wall street. N. Y. Corrine Cullings. The snow storm found everyoue pre pared fonts arrival, and after giving peo plea long needed excuse for staying in doors on account of the weather, it be took itself to the south, leaving one of those clear, beautiful, sunny days behind it peculiar to our western plains, whose intense blue brightness of sky overhead, with tho glistening billowy snow waves hava a ch •rar the eastern winters never know. The g,, iiering at Mr. J. Reed's was a very pleasant one, Miss Annie Matisou of Spiritwood assisting Mrs. Reed in en tertaining the company and adding to the pleasure of tho evening. Among those present were tho fa miles of J. Mc Gibbon, G. Wright, C. A. Sandford, Mrs. Josephine Lowe, V. C. Kribbs and wife, Miss Anna Tucker, Andrew Wliitbeck, Ohvo Langworthy, and others too nu merous to mention. The favorite senti ment with the young folks seemed to be "I won't go homo 'til morning," hutthev were overruled slightly before that time by their hardhearted elders. Isn't it about time some one got up a sleighing party? Such nights as these ui the east would never bo allowed to pass without being taken advantage of. -ocanse we have so many is no reason why they should not be enjoyed. Advertised L-ettars. List of uncalled for letters the post office at amestown, Dakota, for the week ending February 11, 188!). LAIMHS: Doughtv, Miss Bessie Saffar, Mrs. Tillio ^,rs- Thompson, Annie Williams, Mrs. Christofcrson, Miss Jp.lia Fleischhacker, Miss Eliza GENTtiKMEX. Bowman. Fred Davis, Samuel McPhersou, W. Man lev, Chas. McCleland, Wm. Price, N. C. MsKv K- Roulston. Frank Sutherland. D. W. Young, Elmer If not called for within 80 days, will be sent to the dead letter office, in cal ling for these letters, pleaso say adver tised and give date. A. Klaus, P. M. Hilisboro Press: The churches of this city are now holding revival meetings. One of the deacons who failed to con vince his wife of the .truth of his doc trines, awoke her Monday night out of a sweet slumber, exclaiming: "Arise wifp I hear the chariot wheels of God"' "Lio still,yon old fool," said the practical wife, -the Loru wouldn't be 'round here on wheels such a blizzard! You must be in the soup!" notleerl Mime rei pimples h!e comitr'- out nil o?«r mv ",ty, hut iltei.'Klit noUiiiijr of it ,uitii lai.-r on. when it i,eKin. to look s,k°s of 1. ti I'.M I-*!*T1'S. i!lit! pitiviwset! U,«J. i.jn my ret-oniinemieti fie f'ntirunt iWjni' ... i.iy w, ant,v, »nd I know of great huve taken tll'on, sfi.tl'.ank me" for era who tiieir head!* v'"- alu-1 My body Ueiiietlies vviw eovered \vit,l scale's, antl I was an nv,"'JV' Now TO skin is as nice Sept. 21, lgS7. Feb. 7. oase from my wire. qeo. rni JCV. iSsrttea: iSnrs1",.,1'' •SOAl', an exquisite Skin ^t'Tlfa.RA ro.a ?t, and I'Wwed Wood l'nrilier. ,tre held ffiue 'UKms.Jn.Vf t'01he'U,(\ue''ofe p..«es, W llln strations! and U« And SerJl,,e a"«l new !^Sn^ 'ssf4V'« tn-'kming'piiLster kM.