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HHlf, '4.t: 11 utrfi -m IN fc "is ^w •Hto--*-n&*nn** ****»:•».*•-.•• .M* ,*»vn«..... ••.-,«.«, COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE PIPESTONE ITEMS. This oold weuther interferes with the pleasures of onr young people, who are compelled to keep indoors. We hope it will not last Jong. Parties have been quite numerous in this vioimty this winter. Miss C. L. Barrett closed a three months term of school in the Buchauun district last week. Quite a number are reported on the sick list we hope for their speedy re covery. It is understood that, there is to be a masquerade ball in this neighborhood in the near future. This will be quite tt noveltv. and some of our old maids and bachelors are looking forward to it with the liveliest anticipation. A party of merry young people sur prised Miss Corneille Barrett at her home last week. Dancing was indulged in, after which nn excellent lunch was served. All had a good time. The Star Literary society is growing in proportions and we still hope for an increase of active members. For a paper BO recently established as the "Pipestone Lyre" (liar), it has been attended with marked success and we hope it will steadily gain in public favor. Contribu tions will be gratefally received and ac cepted at the discretion of the editors. A. PABROT. MONTPEL.1ER. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dongh erty a few days ago, a son. Prosper Naze has been eDjoying a short visit of the mumps. The children of Jule Naze are also afflicted with them. Fish have been caught, quite easily from this river, at the springs along the banks and it is said some of our citi zens are so eager for them that they even go in with both feet for them and, as soon as they get in, they begin to holler "pull 'em out." John says the water is a little chilly and quite deep, ,but he can touch bottom all right. Frank LaDieux and Will Wilm&rt made a business trip to Jamestown the first of the week. Emile VVilmart has been heard from again. He writes he expects to start on bis return trip early in March and will bring several families with him to settle in this vicinity, and expects they will be able to build a Catholic church at this place in the near future. One of Miss Emma Cro&set's cows took quite a tumble the other morning. After taking her morning drink she seemed impressed that it would be more com fortable on the sunny srde of the house and proceeded to take her stand on the outside oellar door, and had no more than got nicely located than she found herself on her back in the cellar. Very fortunately she managed to get on her feet and with a little assistance climbed out without a scratch. Mr. Jacob Smith now drives a fly team, having traded one of his work horses with O. W. Ingraham for bis little roans. SPIRITWOOD. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Orange returned from their visit east Thursday morning. They report having a good time. Franois Gleason, who sprained h» ankle wrestling with R. Gaineforth, is able to attend to his duties in the store. A number of farmers of this vicinity talk of sowing flax in the spring. The winter term of school has been extended to the first of April, The hour of church has been changed from 7 o'clock to 3 in the afternoon. Nearly all the farmers have plenty of feed to run them through till spring. The winter being open the cattle have been able to run on the prairie. The Mann boys of Clark City were visiting in this town last week. Effie Sackrider entertained a large party of her friends Tuesday evening. Games were played till the wee sma' hours of the morning, when tbe party dispersed to their homes well pleased with the entertainment. Henry Hambly made a Hying call on this town last week. E. K. Hambly spent a few days in the city and returned home Monday. Jack rabbits are plentiful this winter, and are easily trapped around stacks. Frank Squires, who was visiting friends south of town, returned last week. Miss Palmer entertained a party of young people Friday evening with great success. Frank Bronson, George Bronson and Belle Hambly were in Jamestowrr Wed nesday. E. K. February 10th. CACTUS LEGISLATION. Views ot a Stutsman County Farmer In Regard to Eradicating the Weed. Editor Alert: The recent cuctus meeting held at Bismarck brings to mind the fact our legislators are considering the much needed cuctus legislation. It also brings out the thought that as usual somebody is on hand for a "pull" on tbe treasury. This time it is a man with a machine for eradicating the pest, who only wants the modest sum of 930,000. This scheme seems to originate in LaMoure county, and if we use tbe claims of the originators in regard to tbe extent of the pest, and tbe work that the machine will do in the way of exter mination, it can be readily seen that the above amount expended for machines for tbe whole state would compare farorably with trying to bale out the ocean with a quart dipper. Now let us figure a little. One machine they claim will oost $150 and will clear off aoras per day. Allowing thirty toe bad weather and acoidents, one section of land will FEINCVI' if *vy^--• Highest of all ia Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE be all the machine can cover during the month of August, which is the only time tbut it would be advisable to nsa it. At that rate of progress it will require over 1,000 machines for LaMoure county alone und will cost @150,000 to wbioh must be added at least us much more for labor to operate the machines. It can be readily seen that by the time all the state—or even the infested por tions—is provided with machines that the sum expended will amount to quite an "ocean" of money. Considering the financial condition of our state treasury, all Bcbemes for state aid for eradicating should b^ viewed with distrust and none but disinterested advice should be allowed to obtain. In considering this caotus question nearly everybody arrives at the conclusion that they must be eradicated by public aid and muin strength, but fail lo investi gate the habits of the pest which, if they would do, would lead to the conclusion that what is necessary is to stop them from rolling, and then the rest can be done individually, except so far as highways are concerned. Nobody will dispute that if North Dakota was fenced off like the state of Wisconsin, the cactus would never got a start. If we are to have state money expended for cactus purposes let us have it invested in away that will be permanent and not for machines that will have to be operated indefintely against a never ceasing wind that will keep the cactus ever rolling and re-seeding. The material to build a four-barb wire, iron post, fence around every section in LaMoure county will cost less than 9100,000, and the balance of what tbe machines would cost would more than pay the labor, and then individual effort would do the rest. Tbe public would then have value received, something per manent and a beauty to look upon, some, thing to be proud of for years to come and something that would make the county richer to the amount of the cost of the fence. But it will be said the ex pense will be too great the state or county can never stand that. Yet all concede that "something must be done." Something else must be done but, to be effectual, it must certainly be done along this line. Sunflower belts are men tioned, but it requires an immense amount of patient nursing when small to get them to start. A strip of four or six rows of 6ome largo variety of corn would be more effectual, and would be easier and surer to start, and the work could all be done with a horee except planting, which could be done with a planter, or one man can drop corn in a furrow as fa6t as another man with two horses can plow the land. These kinds of brakes would of course have to be re newed each year, but the corn would no doubt pay the expense for the labor after tbe land is broke. It is to be hoped that our legislators in choosing a method for dealing with this pest will not jump at something be cause it's olaimed that it will do business in a wolesale fashion—as all Dakota farming is done—and[investigate the mat ter thoroughly, as it's dangerous to play with fire on these Dakota prairies, that in the end they may not find that they have gotten an elephant on the hands of the public. Then again it a change in our noxious weed law is to be enacted, let the officers whose duty it will be to carry out tbe provisions ot the law be placed under bonds and made accountable in such a manner that the public will receive some benefit for the money expended. Judg ing from the way our present law is en forced a change of that character is sadly needed. As an illustration one of our road supervisors in this vicinity let the caotus in his district stand until the last week in October and then employed men—at a time when they had nothing else to do—to go over bis district and gather them on the highway and vacant lands and destroy them. At that time the cactus were rolling so bad that force would have been far mora efficient if mounted on horseback. As no one was responsible for the faithful perform ance of the work it was done in this manner, and right in the midst of this job are fields of stubble that still have the caotus standing where they grew The only thing looked out for thorough ly was to secure tbe pay from the county regardless of whether the public were benefitted or not. This could also be prevented by making county commissioners responsi ble for all money thus needlessly squandered. '•MK- F. A. CARLEY. Choice "Buchan" seed wheat to sell W. B. S. Trimble. uind for Settlement. PIERRE, S. D., Feb. 13.—Four million acres of Sioux Indian reservation land axe now open for settlement by pur chase at 50 cents an acre. This is under an act passed in 1889. Many intending settlers have filed claims and a great rush is looked for when spring opens. Read Minn»*nta TtesolnMoiiM. WASHINGTON, Feb. J3.—Tli,v joint res olution of the Minnas' a legislature against the Patterson puoi.u 11 juidin favor of the election rf s.aiii'ors by di rect vote of the peopln, w:c presented by Seuasor Davis and r«a. I as iS-..gth in the senate. Confess man ju v.iey presented them in the iion.se. low JSilitor Demi. DUBUQUE, Feb. 12.—l-a:WJ W. Bald win, editor ol the Cascade Pioneer, state senator fo.* Dubuque county, died Saturday, aged 60. He had been for several years prominent in Iowa politics. Loulfiville arelioune Burned. LOUISVILLE, Feb. 12.—Fire completely gutted the Crescent tobacco warehouse owned by Ray & Co., and Myer, Bridges & Co., woodenware. The total loss is est.mated at $175,000. MR. BALDWIN'S UNDECIDED. Two Place* Offered the Congressman—May Accept One. WASHINGTON, Feb. 13.—Congressman Baldwin said that lie had not as yet made up his mind whether ho would ac cept the chairmanship of the Chip pewa commission offered him by Secre tary Smith. "About a mouth ago," said he, "tha secretary sent for me and offered me my choice of two places. One I could not accept under the couditious imposed, and I told him that of the two, if I should cou clude to take either, I would prefer the chairmanship, and that I would let him know my deeisiou before March 4. I have some time left yet before making up my mind. If I take the place it will bo with tho idea of closing up the work now in hand, as soon as it can possibly be done. I understand, however, that the department is plan ning to put upon the commission a good deal of work not contemplated in the Nelson act that would keep it in exist ence for some time." GROSS EARNINGS. Several [Minnesota ltoatls File Statements With the Auditor. ST. PAUL, Feb. 13.—Reports of gross earnings were filed with the state audi tor by the following different roads for the six months ending Dec. 31, 1894: Grantsburg, Rush City and St. Cloud, earnings, $1,370.10, tax, $41.28 Taylors Falls and Lake Superior, earnings, $8,960.93, tax, $268.83 Minneapolis and Duluth, earnings, $89,798.19 tax, $1,163.94 St. Paul and Duluth earnings, $756,499.12, tax, $22,694.98. This is a decrease compared with the preceding six months of $69,314.76 in earnings and $2,064.50 in the tax Minneapolis West ern one year, earnings, $45,019, tax, $450.19 increase over preceding year, earnings, $13,939, tax, $139.34 Milwau kee, one year, earnings, $5,133,246.54, tax, $153,487.07, decrease from preced ing year, earnings, $1,152,927.71, tax $34,579. NORTHERN PACIFIC EXPRESS. Receivers Negotiating For the Sale of the Company. MILWAUKEE, Feb. 13.—Receivers of the Northern Pacific railroad are nego tiating for the complete sale of the Northern Pacific Express company. Bids have been received from the American, the Adams and the United States Ex press companies. The bid made by the American is the highest, and the deal with that company may shortly be closed with the consent of the court. Receiver Payne said no definite arrange ments had been made. The amount of fered by the American cannot now be learned. The value of the express de partment for collateral is over $300,000. Judge Jenkins has given consent to a plan of the Northern Pacific receivers to enlarge the company's facilities for the handling and shipping of coal from the port of Tacoma, Wash. SUDDEN REAPPEARANCE. A •''''. -j-—-—--— -, rmrii w- "ii—fniflti^r 5 Been Wisconsin Man Supposed to Have Killed Comes Home. MENOMONIE, Wis., Feb. 13.—Julius Blake, Who so suddenly disappeared from here four years ago last July, and who was supposed to have been killed and thrown into a well and the well filled up, as suddenly appeared at home again last week. He gave no reason for going away except that as he was a minor (about 18 years old) his father collected his wages, and he wanted to be his own boss, and as he had become of age he thought he would come home again. He had been at work in Minnesota and Dakota during the summer and went to Eau Claire in the fall every year and worked in the woods every winter, passing through this city every trip east and west. Lumber Cut of a Year. CUMBERLAND, Wis., Feb. 13.—Follow ing is the lumber cut of the Beaver Dam Lumber company for 1894: Lumber, 11,102,484 feet lath, 3,545,500 shingles, 11,801,250. Stock on hand April 1, 1894: Lumber, 2,686,779 feet lath, 1,207,250 shingles, 7,006,500. Stock on hand Nov. 15, 1894: Lumber, 4,452,301 feet lath, 2,508,000 shingles, 13,000,000. Logs to be be put in season of 1894 and 1895, 8,000,000. The company will op erate its mill next season to its full ca pacity. Sequel to the Clement Case. WINONA, Minn., Feb. 13.—The sum mons and complaint in a $25,000 dam age case brought by George E. Clement against Seymour W. Brown have been filed. The ground of the claim for dam ages is alienation of his wife's affections, and is the outcome of the notorious breach of promise suit for $25,000 brought one year ago by Lilla J. Clem ent. Brown is now in Mexico on a pleasure trip. Bomey Keats Kiisy. WASHINGTON, Feb. 13.—General Cyrns Bussey, formerly assistant secretary of the interior, who was seriously injured in a runaway accident, passed a very good night, and is reported to be resting easily. He is still at the Emergency hos pital, where he will remain for several days. Desha a Collector. LEXINGTON, Ky., Feb. 13.—Desha Breckinridge, son of Congressman W. C. P. Breckinridge, has been appointed income tax collector of this district by Collector Shelby, father of Colonel Breckinridge's law partner. Peace Commissioners Ordered Home. SHANGHAI, Feb. 13.—A local paper publishes a telegram from Pekin stating that the Tung Li Yamen, after a consul tation with the foreign ministers, tele graphed the Chinese peace envoys at Nagasaki ordering them to return to China. Japan's National liank. The yj i. Bank of Japan has 000,000 yen. a capital of 80,- Tho value of tbe yen Is about the same as that of the sliver dollar. u- What a Woman Can Do. I want my lady friends to know of the new field now open for them. In the past six months we have made a profit of $907.02 after paying all expenses, All our sales have been made at home, not bavins canvassed any. My official duties calling me away most of time, I lef« the dish washer business in my wife's con trol with the above results. The busi ness is rapidly increasing, and will continue to grow until every family has a Climax Dish Washer. Not a day passes but what we sell one or two, and nnm« days fifteen or twenty dish washers. It's easy selling what every body wantH t.o buy. You can wash and dry the dishes perfectly in two minutes. For full particulars, address tbe Climax Manufacturing Co., Columbus, Ohio. G*t sMinple washer and you can't help hut make money. They only cost $5. You may jnst as well be making 85 a day as to be doing nothing. Will Develop Vene/.uelaii lioHoimv.-i. FAIUBAUI.T. Minn., l1'eb. 13. Mayor Donald Grant, tho well known contractor, litis j. oao to Now York, where he will take a steamer to Vem-an ola to look lip a land grant that has buen confirmed by the Crespo government. This grant is millions of acres in extent, and contains vast quantities of rose wood and other tropical woods of value. If he finds affairs tiiere as represented he will proceed at once to develop the numerous resources. Must U«e Typewriters. ST. PAUL, Feb. 13.—The Western Union Telegraph company has posted a notice requiring all operators to use typewriting machines in receiving mes sages. The machines are to be fur nished at the expense of the operator. There is likely to be some trouble in enforcing the order. Sawed and Split the Wood. ST. PAUL, Feb. 13.—Large crowds wit nessed the attempt of Alderman Kartak to saw, split and pile a cord of oak wood in eight hours. The feat was at tempted on a wager of $30, the sum to be devoted to charity. Kartak won easily, completing the task in 6 hours and 49 minutes. Nearly $1,000 in side bets changed hands on the result. A jinrlfclsha man in Japan has been known to pull a passenger 75 miles in a day. It will pay you to take Hood's Sarsa parilla. With pure blood you need not fear the grip, pneumonia, diphtheria or fevers. Hood's Sarsaparilla will make you strong and healthy. Hood's pills are purely vege table, care fully prepared from the beet ingredients 25c. When Baby vras sick, -c. gave her Castorla. When sho was a Child, sho cried for Castoria. When she became Iliss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gavo them Castoria. Thursday's Markets. Wheat: No. 1 bard, per bu 80 43 -No. 1 northern 42 No. 2 northern 37 No. 3 northern 35 Rejected 32 Flax I 06 Oats 25 Barley 30 to 35 Ground feed, per ton 20 00 Shorts, per ton 12 00 Bran, per ton 10 00 Loose hay, per ton 83.50 to 4 00 Baled bay, 5 00 Coal, lignite, per ton 3 00 soft, 7 50 hard 8 50 "Belle" flour, per 100 lbs 1 75 "Entire wheat flour," per 100 lbs... 1 75 "Golden Northwest," per 100 lbs... 1J25 Butter, per pound, good demand.. 20 Eggs, per dozen, good demand 20 Dr. Price's Cream Caklnr Powdei World's Fair Highest Medal anil Diploma. MORTGAGE SALE. Whereas, default lias been made in the con ditions of a mortgage executed by .Samuel Lilley widower, and John 1). Liliuv, unmarried, to the Western Farm Mortgage company, a corpora tion, of Aberdeen, South Dakota, dated August lltli, 1S8S, niortgairint,' the southeast quarter and tho southwest (iiiiirter of section twenty-two (3«) in township one hundred and forty-three (143) north, of range sixty-two (63) west of the Fifth principal meridian in Stutsman county, North Dakota which said mortgage has been duly recrrded, and was. on the day of —, 18—, duly assigned to tiniest K. Crenin, which said assignment has been duly recorded in Stutsman county. North Dakota, on .Iannary 19th, 1895 and whereas, the amount claimed to be due on said mortgage at this date is twelve hundred twenty-eight and 1'2-lCO dollars. Notice is hereby given that said mortgage will he foreclosed by a public sale of said premises or so much thereof as may be necessary, on the 30th day of March. 1895, at 2 o'clock p. ill., at the front door of tho court house in Jamestown, Stutsman county. North Dakota. Dated at Aberdeen, S. D., this l?tli day of February, ]R«5. ERNEST E. CREI'IN, TK?*!* UFTTAW,' M* M'' V(W "trniihiiiili^i^^iiiAifciiiiiii '^Lkfartr' 11 iJ-j •.!' I m'$T T?v":'Trs '""!'17 V"7':" NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. Notice Is hereby given that the following Is complete list of all lots, parts ot lots and parcels of hind assessed as benefitted specially by the work under that certain contract dated the 27th day of June, A. 1). 1804, between the cltyof lamvstown, North Dakota, party of the first part, and Anton Klaus, party of the second part being a contract for the construction of a sewer In Fifth avenuo, In said city the said list sets forth the several tracts so assessed, and the amount assessed against each tract, and the size of each tract. And uotlce Is hereby given that the Special Sewerage Assessment Committee have complied with the laws as to their duty and have tiled with the city clerk of said city their assessment list, given below, and all persons interested therein will take notice, that at the next regular meeting of the city council, after the expliatfon of the pub lication of this notice for three successive weeks, any person aggrieved by the determination of said conunitiee in regard lo their assessment and who appeared before said committee, and all non-resident owners of any property so as sessed, may ap|iear before said eity council at the lime above set forth and present any reasons whv the action of said committee should not be iittlrmed, and that said city council will at said mrcting take such steps as the city charter gives them power to do, in regard to said report at that time. Dated February 18th, 1895. GEO. 0. EAGER, City Clerk of Jamestown, N. I). Original 1'lat of Jamestown, N. Dak. Description. 25x180 E.corner of lot 12, block 24, original plat of James to N Dak. thence south along east line of said lot 13, 29 feet 7 in ches thence west 53 feet thence north 29 feet 7 I thence east 53 feet to place of be ginning The east. 3 feet of the north 15 feet & 5 in. The north 15 feet & 5 inch's The north 15 feet &5 inch's The south half The north half All All AH All All All All All AU The west 140 feet of that portion of the North ern Pacific a a right of way situate at Jamestown. N. Dak. and bounded as I follows: on 1 the west by the east side of 5tfi aven ue on the east by the west side of 4th avenue on the north by the south side ofFront I street and on the south by the north side of Main street .1 The west 140 feet of that portion of the North ern Pacific a 1 a light of way situate at Jamestown. N. Dak..and bounded as follows: On the west by the east side of 6th aven ue on the east by the west side of 5th avenue on the north by the south side ofFront street, and on thesouth by the north side of Main street The north feet The north feet The north lest The north feet The south feet The south 50 feet The south r0 feet The south 50 feet The west feet of north half Tbe west its feet of south half The east 42 feet The north half The south half All The south 2T feet The south 25 feet The south t'5 feet The south un feet Commenc in on the east line of lot 1, block 33, Jamestown N. Dak., at a point 55 feet south of the N. E. corner of said lot 1 thence west 100 feet to a point on west line of I lot 4, block 83: I 55 feet south of I the N. W. cor-1 ner of said lot Assignee of Mortgagee. Morris II. Kelly, Attorney. First Pub. Feb. 14.1893. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE SALE. Default has been made in the conditions ef a mortgage containing power of sale dated April 10.1888, duly recorded in the oflice of the register of deeds of Stutsman county, then territory of Dakota, now state of North Dakota. April XI, 1888, in book of mortgages, page 5D7 to 659, whereby Kber K. Church and Elsia A. Church, Ills wife, mortgageors, mortgaged to the Middle sex Banking Company, mortgagee, the north west quarter ot section ten (10), township one hundred forty-three (143), range sixty four (64) In said Stutsman county, by which default the power of sale lias become operative and no action or proceeding at law has been Instituted to recover the debt remaining secured thereby, or any part thereof, and there .Is claimed to be due on said mortgage at the date hereof. 8MM.15, to which amount should be added the faxes on said property paid by said mortgagee, amount ing, with interest as provided in said mortgage, to 916.63, making the total amount claimed to De due at the date hereof on said mortgage $510.78. Now notice is hereby given that by virtue of said power said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premises sold at public auction, by the sheriff of said county or ills deputy. Saturday. March 90,1895, at ten o'clock a. m., at the front door of the court house in Jamestown, In said county, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees and disbursements allowed by law. Dated February 11th, 1805. THE MIDDLESKX BANKING COMPANY, [Seal. By ltobt. N. Jackson, President, Commend ft on the east line of lot l, block as, Jamestown N. Dak., at a point 25 feet south of the N. E. corner of said tot 1 thence west 100 feet to a point on west line of lot 4, block S3. 25 feet south of N. W. corner of said lot 4 thence south 25 feet along west line of said lot 4 thence east| feet to a .9 93 80 10 11 121 84 01 10 34 23x45 I 25x85 88 05 4 45 11 34 25x85 00 67 3 03 13 24 25X85 60 C7 10) 11 24 12 3 03 29 ft 7 in.x53 $44 77 92 24 34 15 ft 5 in.xSS 9 33 34 $1 17 25x140 SSx^ 00x140 50X140 25X130 25x130 25x130 25x180 50x140 50x140 50x140 $100 00 100 00 200 00 200 00 92 80 92 80 93 80 93 80 200 00 200 00 200 00 $ 5 09 5 00 10 00 10 00 4 64 4 64 4 64 4 64 10 00 10 00 KLAVS' 210x140 §950 00 $47 50 I 80 80 80 80 50 S 8$ south 50 feet I along west line of said lot 4: thence east 100 I feet to a point I on east line of said lot thence north CO feet to place of beginning Commenc in on the east line of lot 1, block 83,James town, N. Dak., at a point 50 feet south of the N. E. cor ner of said lot 1 thence west 100 feet to a point on west line of lot 4, block 88. 2nd KLAUS' 9 83 25x80 957 10 $3 85 10 32 25X80 57 10 2 86 11 83 25x80 57 10 2 85 13 33 35x80 57 10 2 86 9 83 25x59 35 70 1 78 10 33 35x50 85 70 1 79 11 82 25X50 35 70 1 78 13 33 25x50 85 70 1 79 18 32 25x98 70 00 3 50 13 33 25x98 70 CO 3 50 13 82 43x50 60 00 3 00 14 32 35x1-10 100 00 5 00 1+ 82 25x140 100 00 5 00 15 32 50x140 300 00 10 00 11 3 3 33 35*100 71 40 8 57 4 83 50x100 $142 70 $ 7 14 4 I SO B0 feet Rolnt Mortgagee. H. C. Gilbert & Co., Attorneys. St. Paul, Minn. First Pob. Feb. 14,1895. 83 5x100 9 14 south of N. W. corner of said lot 4 thence south 5 feet along the west line of said lot 4 thence east 100 feet to a on east ne of said lot 1 thence north 5 feet to place of beginning. 3rd 340x140 §950 00 947 50 "•.'*• JM.if H-rlrfML ^Mwu 2 (. W. 4j! vt "^RFW? ,*-* 1 ti 8 100 point on east line of said lot 1: thence north 35 feet to place of beginning. The north 25 feet The north 86 feet The north 25 feet The east 6 feet of the north 25 feet The west 2o feet of the north 35 ft 4 33 20x25 9 14 All All The south half The north half All All The south half The north half The south half The north half The south half The north hall' All All All The north half The south half The north half The south half The north half The south half The north half The south half The north half The south half The north half The south half All a a gs •2 55 All All, except east 8 feet ot north 4! feet All, except north 4S feet A north 45 feet Commencing' at a point 15 feet 5 indies south of N. 9 S VI VI ADDITION, 9 72 T-SjfS 88 25x100 $71 40 8 57 tt, a 83 85x80 957 10. 9 3 84 10 83 50x140 17 88 50x140 18 83 V5x 140 18 33 35x140 8 88 8S.8X140 9 38 f0xl40 10 88 25x140 10 88 25x140 11 88 25x140 11 88 35X140 13 88 25x140 13 38 25x140 13 38 50x140 14 38 50x140 1 89 50x140 180 00 •i 89 25x140 85 00 3 39 25x140 3 39 35x140 8 89 25x140 4 89 25x140 4 39 25X140 5 39 25X140 5 39 35x140 v"- 9 78 200 00 300 00 100 00 10 00 10 00 00 00 4 64 4 50 2 25 2 35 3 00 8 00 8 100 00 92 50 00 45 00 45 00 «0 00 60 00 60 00 00 HO 00 3 00 8 50 9 00 9 00 4 25 4 35 170 00 180 00 85 00 60 00 60 00 60 00 60 00 45 00 45 00 45 00 45 00 30 50 80 50 ADDITION, 10 0« 8 00 8 00 3 00 3 00 2 35 3 25 2 35 3 25 1 52 1 53 1 6ft A 39 25x146 0 89 35x140 7 39 25X140 7 39 25x140 8 39 35.1X140 33 70 KIAUS' ADDITION. All All All All All All All All All All AU AU All AI1 AU All Ali AI1 AU Ali All All All All A 1 Ali Jamestown, N. Dak. 9100 1 1 46 81 5X140 920 00 3 46 50x140 32 00 3 46 50x140 32 00 4 46 50x140 32 00 46 50x140 33 00 46 50x140 32 00 7 46 50x140 33 00 8 47 50x140 33 00 9 47 50x140 32 00 10 47 50x140 32 09 11 47 50x140 33 00 13 47 50x140 83 00 13 47 50x140 33 00 14 47 33.4x140 30 00 7 52 B0X140 33 00 8 52 50X140 32 00 9 53 50X140 33 00 10 52 50x140 32 00 11 52 50x140 32 n0 13 52 50x140 32 00 1 53 50X140 32 00 2 53 50x140 32 00 3 53 50x140 32 00 4 53 50x140 32 00 5 53 50x140 32 00 6 53 50x140 33 00 60 1 60 1 60 1 60 1 60 1 HO 1 00 1 60 1 60 1 60 1 60 1 60 ro IS? 160 1 60 1 60 1 60 1 60 1 60 1 60 160 1 60 1 60 Jamestown, N. Dak. All 3 60 50x140 82 00 1 60 All 3 60 50x140 82 00 1 60 The north half 4 60 25x140 1C 00 80 The south half 4 CO 25x140 1C 00 80 All 5 CO 50X140 32 00 1 60 All 6 60 50x140 82 00 1 60 All 7 61 50x140 33 00 1 60 All 8 61 50x140 33 00 1 60 All 9 61 BOX140 33 00 1 60 All 10 61 50x140 82 00 1 60 All 11 (il 50x140 33 00 1 60 All 12 61 50X140 33 00 1 60 All 7 66 50x1 iO 32 00 1 60 All 8 66 50X140 32 00 1 6fr AU il 66 50x140 33 00 1 60 All 10 66 50X140 82 00 1 CO All 11 66 50x140 32 00 1 60 All 12 60 50x140 82 00 1 60 All 1 67 50x140 83 00 1 60 All 2 07 50x140 33 00 1 6» All 3 67 50x140 32 00 1 60 All 4 67 60x140 32 00 1 60 All 5 67 50x140 83 00 1 60 All 6 67 50x110 32 00 1 60- Jamestown, N. Dak. All 2 74 50x143 18 00 HO All 8 74 50x140 18 00 90 All 4 74 50x140 18 00 90 All S 74 50x140 18 00 90' All 6 74 50X140 18 00 90 All 75 50x140 18 00 SO All 8 75 50x140 18 00 90 All 9 75 50X140 18 P0 90 All 10 75 50x140 18 00 90 All 11 75 50x140 18 00 90 AU 12 75 50x140 18 00 90 All 7 80 50x140 6 00 80 All 8 80 50x140 00 80 All 9 80 50x140 6 00 80 All 10 80 59x140 6 00 30 All 11 89 50X140 6 00 30 All 18 80 50X140 A 00 Sum Total Wanted—Bids for cropping 300 aores Cash work. W. B. S. Trimble. Minnie If. 1leyter Pataskala, Ohio. Consumption Checked Obstinate Case of Catarrh Local Applications Failed—Hood's Sarsaparilla Cured. MC. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "Gentlemen:—I ought to make known my •xperitnea with Hood's Sarsaparilla, so that others afflicted may learn where to find a rem edy tor that serious and obstinate disease, catarrh. It troubled me seriously. I had a dull aching sensation in the top ot my head, and the usual discharge from the nose. I became so bad that mornings I could do nothing but hawk and spit. My lungs were also being rapidly af fected, and nad It not been for Hood's Barsapa* rUls, I would have filled A Oonsunrtptlve's Crave long ago. I hare taken about ton bottle* ol Hood's Sarsaparilla, which have effectually cured me. Before resorting to this medicine, I used all the catarrh remedies. Inhalants and local application, 1 heard of. None seemed to Hood's 5 fir ao- All 1 81 50X140 6 03 30 All 81 50x140 6 00 30 All 3 81 50x140 6 00 80 All 4 81 50x140 6 00 30 All 5 81 53x140 6 00 30 All 6 81 50x140 6 00 30 99,875 00 9468 75- Cures reach tbe seat of the disease. Ia fact I grew worse while using them. I owe my eure to the blood purifying powers of Hood's 8ars» yartlla." MIXKIKM.KKYSEB,Pataskala,Ohio. Hood's PHIs cure all llTer ills, biliousness^ teundlce, Indigestion, sick headache. Me. CANCER DOOT11 Warrant to cure any case or DO pay. PROSPER NAZE. Refer to John Bellivou.