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yester^tftSftX.to San Francisco,
which.wo arddue to preach tomorrow
at 6 r^|r.v The Ship is rolling a little
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Dot 8ure
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that I shall not
^GGl^eer if it contlnucs. However
I anjlost afteravery hearty dinner,
and s*) 'am fortlfledtn stand a siege
mer. The weather is de
lightful, not go hot as as Pasadena,
where we stepped a week, and where
the-thermometer reached 84o in the
shade. -There is very little wind, but
there Is Quite a swell on, the result I
i. suppose of wlnd somewhere between
here and Chlna. It seems a strange
thought to me that nothing but,ocean
iies between us and the flowery land
of the celestial..
morning as we lay at the wharf
Port Harford, we went ashore and
gathered a niimbe^ of beautiful star
itahi In trying to reach them I gut
caught two or three times by the in
rush of the Waves, and as I had gone
ashore in mysltppeis, and not caught
Up to my knees, I had a kind or a
d, #et e*perience. We found three or
jtoUf distinet kinds of star tish. It is
Hke renewing iuy boyhood
iv. .days to see all these curiosities of the
\-8clayafterliving inland for more than
thirtyjreara. Yesterday wesawsome
floe Jelly fish go drifting by, and every
i'•hpre^s,to be seen the sea-weed in
•j, Ipngijeautiful streamers. -If it does
.|Opttigec rOugh enough to make us sea
Bjc1t* it will be a most enjoyable and
I rialmorable trip, a trip I often thought
I 'lpf ^t did ttot expect I should be able
jjt to fttUze.
,'^EBe Coast line all along, consists of
loirty^hills, hot bold rocky crags, but
j|$flieB.ti*. the nature of mountainous
downs, on most of which it is possible
for cattle to graze, though in many
4 places 1It is too steep for them. There
,'ts Some grass and some sage brush,
and there appears to be a great scar
pity of. wild animal life. Not even
hawks or eagles or crows are to be
Seen. The sea gulls are iu sufficient
number however to compensate for
the:scarcitv of other birds. Wherev
er the ship stops the gulls come in
flock*, and squabble and fight over
every piece of food that is thrown
theiu from the ship.
Our steamer is the Sauta Rosa, she
between San Diego and San
Francisco. She is la rye as the C. P.
& boats on the upper lakes. We
have a pretty full complement of pass
engers, about a hundred sitting down
to the first table and I do not know
how many at the second. A few pass
engers got sea sick but all our party
fortunately escaped." The table is
pretty good
.about the same as at a
two dollar house, ana the sleeping
berth is good. It is about 400 miles
from JLos Angles to San Praucisco
aud the charge is $12 for the trip.
This is cheaper aud very much pleas
ajater than on the train. By the time
you:. paid Jpusleeps and meals «u the
^~'Jrtrfiia it would cost more than half as
lutich again as ou the ship. I shall
post this at San Francisco for you.
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H. BBEB.
Tbe School Lands Laasing.
A smail crowd attended the leasing
of school lands on Tuesday. Probably
not over thirty persons attended from
out of town, and tbe majority of
these came from St. Thomas and vi
clbity. It is further'probable that
there are hundreds of people who
wduld have been here to bid if they
had known of tbe sale.
tThere were about 125 quarter sec
ttons in tbe lisi, of which only the
following were taken. There was no
competition amounting to anything
exceut for one quarter section near
*St. Thomas. The lands remaining
unleased can be bad of the conntv au
ditor oo application to him.
F.M. King, se qr 36-161-51.. .. .$12 80
do swqr 36-161-61...... 12 80
N. P. Omberg ne qr 16-160-52.... 52 00
Jas. Littiejohn nw qr 16-160 52.. 45 00
H. C. Omberg se qr 16-160-52.... 32 00
8 H. Richardson sw 16-190-52... 44
B. Hall nw qr 16-161-52.. 28 00
!|i. fienrd neqr 16-163-52........ 3ft 00
Geo. McQuInn ne qr 36-164-52... 16 00
J. 6. Sonderman nw qr 36-164-52 16 00
W, J. Kheeshaw sw qr 36-164-52. 16 00
A. Tbexton nwqr 36-160-53 135 00
i^ 'Thds. Duffy swqr 36-160-53...... 23 00
W. B. Bride sw qr 36-160-63 24 00
Titos. Devany nw qr 86-163-54... 10 00
John Cook 8$ qr 37-163-54 24 00
Thos. Devany «w qr 36-164-54.... 32 00
,, Thos J. Beiliy sw qr 16-159-55. .. 54 00
Tbos. Skaro ne qr 16-160-55 36 00
B. W. County ne qr 36-163-55.... 55 12
do nw qr 36-163-55..... 39
«e qr 36-163-55 29
aw vr 36-163-55 22 88
4). H. Buston se qr 36-159-56.... 8 0U
"do SW 36-159 56. 9 tiO
T. ihtUdonon hr nw qr 36-161-56 60
do shfseqr36-161-56... 11 62
M, S. Bryojolfson sw 36-161-66... 32 00
J. D. Gordon he qr 16-163-56.... .19 20
jdeo. tute |iw «r 16-163-86....... 26 00
Powers
Latest V.
S. Govt Report
absolutely PURE
,Cal.,Feb. 20th, 1896.
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fLb» Angeles, which we left
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Total amountreoei ved by t^e ©own
treasurer was $913.91.
Township Caacus.
A township caucus for the nomina
tion of officers for the ensuing year
will be held at Geroux school house
on Saturday. February 29th, at one
o'clock. Per order,
It TOWNSHIP BOARD.
Annual Town Meeting.
The, annual township meeting of
Pembina, will he held on Tuesday,
March 3rd,, 1896. at the city hall,
Puinliinii, for the purpose of electing
township officers fur the ensuing year
and for such other business as may
come before the meeting.
PROF. F. W. WHITTIER,
OCULIST, OPTICIAN.
Graduate of Chicago Ophthalenic
College and Hospital will have rooms
at the Winchester Hotel, Pembina,
N. D. for one week, commencing Mon
day, March 2nd positively no longer.
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 8-p. m.
He can be consulted free of charge,
whether for spectacles or otherwise.
Don't fail to consult him about your
eyes. He is able to teil on the first
examination any ailment of your fail
ing siuht and give you glasses to suit
the dilectof tbe eye, which will aid in
restoring and strengthening the eye
sight of old and young. As errors of
refraction, defects of tbe sight of tbe
eyes arc daily assuming more import
ance and engaging more attention of
our most able and scientific oculists,
I have made the adaption of specta
cles a specialty.
Certain forms of eye trouble, which
were formerly looked npon as dis
eases of the inner covering of the eye,
are today relieved by scientific tests
of the eye, and by using such glasses
to correct the errors of refraction and
accommodation as the examination
will prove.
As many eyes on careful examina
tion, arc found to te of different fo
cus, it is found necessary that such
eyes should be fitted by a competent
optician, on examination with tbe
ophtbalaraascope, as the ordinary
tests with the optometer on test types
cannot be relied on in such cases. I
correct the most difficult cases in the
various forms of hypermetrophia, or
far sight Myopia, or near sight Dip
lopia' or double sight. Asthenopia, or
weak sight Amblyopia, or loss of ac
comodation Presbyopia, or old sight
Astigmatism, or blurred sight Stra
bismus, or cross eyes.
ARTIFICIAL ETES INSERTED
WITHOUT PAIN.
If you have lost an eye. by accident
or disease, be sure to call on me and I
will insert an artificial eve which will
move and look like tbe natural eye
and improve your looks
Local Wants.
Second-Hand Wagons. -IIa
One heavy lumber wagon, one plat
form spring dray, cheap for cash.
A. B. CORBEIL,
33tf At Short's Satisfactory Store.
Go to Murrel's for fresh bread and
oysters.- 32tf
Farm loans a.t low rates. 12-17
%YOUNG & MONNET, liatbgate,
Oysters served iu any style at Mur
rel's. 32tf
Brown aud white bread, fresh every
day, at MRS. SWING'S.
Pale, thin, bloodless peopie should
use Dr. Sawyer's Ukatlue. It Is tbe
greatest remedy iu the world for mak
ing the weak strong. Sold by T. B.
Shaw & Co.
Dentist—Dr. H. L. Enhis of Grar
ton, N. Dak, will be In towns on fol
lowing days of each week: Crystal,
Monday Cavalier, Tuesday Hamil
ton, Wednesday and Drayton, on
Fridays.
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mathitQ sluce I wni £0 yean old, but
slhco using your Family Care have
been fred from it. It also cured ray
husband of the same disease!, Mrs.
Robt Connelly, Brooklyn, Iowa. Sold
by T. R. Shaw & Co.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer. Sir: After suffer
ing for years with female weakness I
was pursuaded by a friend to try your
Pastilles, and after using them one
year* I can say I am entirely well. I
not recommend them too highly.
MM. M. S. Brook, Bronson, Belhe
Branch Co., Mich. T. B. Shaw & Co.
,, Farm Loans. 'v
Talk with A. Short & Co. when you
want to renew your loan. Plenty of
money on short notice.
tf A. SHORT & Co.
Dental Notice :'.-v
Dr. Ilose.aentist, will be
in Pembina froth the 1st
to the 12th, Warren on the 13th to
the 20th Argyle on the 21st to the
22nd Steven on the 23rd to the 24th
Hallcck on the 25th to the 31st.
This will be followed up until further
notice
Seed Flax. 1^-"?
A limited quantity of good clean
seed flax for sale by
31 tf PEMBINA GRAIN & ELY. Co.
Farm Loans.
Plenty of money to loan on Improv
ed farms. Money furnished on short
notice. A. SHORT& Co. tf
Where are They?
What? Oh, those Burlingtou read
ing notices you used to see in this pa-,
per. Send your name and address to
W. J. C. Kenyon, gen. freight and
passenger agent, the Burlington, St.
Paul, Minn., and he will send you
each mouth a sheet of good "readers."
It not only will please you, but you
will use nothing else after trying it.—
We refer to Dr.Sawver's Family Cure.
Ask vour druggist for free sample.
Sold by T. R. Shaw & Co.
All last winter Mr. Geo^A. Mills, of
Lebanon, Conn., was badly'afflicted
with rheumatism. At times it was
so severe that he could not stand up
straight, but was drawn over on one
siae. "I tried different remedies
without- receiving relief," he, says,
"until about six months ago I bought
a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
After using it for three days my rheu
matism was gone and has not return
ed since." For sale by T. R. Shaw &
Co. 31-34
Children with pale, bluish complex
ions, indicating the absence of there
puisite red globules in the blood
should take Dr. Sawyer's Ukatiiie.
Sold by T. R. Shaw &Co.
A Missouri Minister.
I)R. C. D. WARNER—Dear Sir:
This is to testily that. I have used
nearly a bottle of your White Wine of
Tar Syrup, and I can safely and con
scientiously recommend it to any per
son as the best medicine I have used
for throat and lung diseases, and if it
cost $5 a bottle I would keep it on
hand if I was able.
ELDER T. STEPHENS,
30-33 Elk Mills, Mo.
For sale by T. R. Shaw & Co. 30-33
Try a bottle of Dr. Sawyer's Family
Cure aud you will be convinced that
it will cure all Stomach, Liver, Kid
ney and Bowel difficulty. Sold by T.
K. Shaw & Co.
I mil Always Keep it in My House.
DR. WARNER—DearSir: I will say
that White Wine of Tar Syrup is one
of tbe best remedies I have ever, tried
for coughs and colds, aud will there
fore recommend it highly, aud I will
always have it in my house as a fami
in is
REV. G. G. KATTSHORN,
30-33 Stanton, Iowa.
For sale by T. R. Shaw & Co.
The Discovery Saved His Lifa.
Mr. G. Caillouttee, Druggist, Bea
versville, 111. ,says: "To Dr. King
New Discovery I owe my life. Was
taken with La Grippe and tried all
the physicians for miles about, but.of
no avail and was given up and told I
could not live. Having Dr. King's
New Discovery in my store I sent for
a bottle and began its use and from
the first dose began to get better, and
after using three bottles was up and
about again. Itisworht its weight
in gold. We won't keep store, or
bouse without it." Get a free "trial
at T. B. Shaw & Co.'s Drug Store.
To School Teaichers.
Send'your name and address to W. J.
C. Kenyon, gen. freight and passenger
agent, Burlington Boute, St. Paul,
Minn., and you will receive each
month a bit of reading that will do
you and your pupils good. 31-34
Bucklen's Arnica »a!ve.
The best salve In tbe world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions
and positively cures piles, or no pay
required. It Is guaranteed to jive per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
T. B. SHAW ft Co.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer:—Dear Sir: I have
been suffering with headache for a
long time. I used your Family Cure
and now am entirely relieved. I would
not do without your medicine. Mrs.
G. A. Miller, Mt. Mcrris, Ills. Sold
byT. B. Shaw & Co.
fjfr:
II. 0^ ffeldmah has theviq|l)rihg of
them, fresh aud nice. Ifctf
Dr. Laurence Parker's h&bs,
ine tonic, magnetic oil, lung remedy,
medicated vegetable soap to? sale at
T. E. Shaw & Co'6. These remedies
are the best and have been proved of
their value whilst- the doctor was in
your town. They are all right.
Experience and money. cannot im
prove Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure, be*
catise it radically cures Dyspepsia,
Liver complaint and kidney difficul
ty. Sold by R. Shaw & Co.
Not to be Trifled With.
From Cincinnati Gawtle
Will people ever learn that a "cold"
is an accident to be dreaded, and that
when It occurs treatment should be
promptly applied? There is no know
ing where the trouble will end and
while complete, recovery is the rule,
the exceptions are terribly frequent,
ana thousands upon thousands of fa
tal illnesses occur every year ushered
in by a little injudicious exposure and
seemingly trifling symptoms. Beyond
this, there are to-day countless inva
lids who can trace,their complaiuts
to "colds,,r which at the time of oc
currence gave no concern, and where
therefore, neglected.—When troubled
with a cold use Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It is prompt and effectual.
25and 50 cent bottles for sale by T. R.
Shaw & Co. 31-34
Notice to Creditors
NOTICE
is hereby given, to the creditors of
Thorkel Sigurd
eon, deceased, and all per«ons
having claims against tbe said deceased to exhi
bit them with the necesrarry vouchers within
four months niter the tlrst publication of this no
tice to the undersigned, at Gardar, Pembina Co.,
North Dakota.
Dated February 12th 1896.
81-84 Administrator*.
ifotlts of Final Proof.
Land Office at Grand Forks, Feb. 10th, 1806.
Notice is hereby given that, the lollowing
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make finnlproof in support of his claim, and
that said prooi will be made before the clerk of
the District Court, at Puinbina, N 1), on Satur
day, March 21st, 1886, viz: William Hartineau,
H. B. No 12074. for the southeast quarter, south
east quarter, of section fourteen, and east half
northeast quarter aud southwest quarter, north
east quarter of section twenty tnree, township
one hundred and sixty-throe.' no-th, of range
fifty-two, west, in- Pembina eounty, NortY Da
kota. And he names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous tesi..ence u«ion and culti
vation or said laud, viz: Joseph LaFonteeea.
Zephyr Trndel, Annie Deltsle, Peter Hoean ail
of Pembina, N. D.
Any person who desircs lo protest against the
allowance of such proof, or who knows of any
substantial reason, uhdenthe'law and the regu
lations of the Interior Department, why such
proof should not be allowed, will be given an
opportunity at the above mentioned time and
place to cross-examine- the witnesses of said
claimant, and to offer evidence in rebuttal of
that submitted by claimant.
OF
County of Pembina.
District Court, Seventh Judicial District.
Frank J. Kiyne, plaintiff, vs. 0. MacPherson,
defendant.
The state of North Dakoia to the above named
defendant.
You, C. MacPherson, are hereby summoned
and lequired to answer the complaint in this
action, a copy of which is hereto annexed and
served on you, and to give a copy of your an
swer to the said complaint on the subscriber,
at his office in the t»wa of Bathgate, county
Pembina, state of North Dakota, within
thirty days alter serving this summons upon
you, exclusive oi the day of such service and
if you fall to answer the said complaint with
in the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
ton will take judgment against you for one
hundred and twenty dol.ars ($120.0 and in
terest at 8 per cent from the tst day of No
vember, la94. together with the costs and dis
bursements of this action.
Dated Butbgate, December 10th, A. D. 1865.
•T. D. STACK,
Plaintiff's attorney, Bathgate. N. D.
ro above named defendant C. MacPh rson:
Take notice that the complaint in the above
entitled action was filed of record in the office
of the Clerk of the Court, in and for the coun
ty of Pembina, state of North Dakota, on the
28rd day of January. A.D. 1896.
PEMBINA
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AGRICULTURAL MACH NERY.
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P. N. BURROWS, Bathgate.
W. C. SHORT, Pembina.
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and ths Farm will Iwi Mnt you POSTPAID. Ton will And
on* Coupon iiwid* «MH a ounco tac, watt two Ooapons
laaid* eaoh 4 ouno* of
Buy a bag of this Celebrated Smoking Tobacco, and read the
coupon, which gives a list of other premiums aqd how to
get them.
is CENT STAMPS ACCEPTED.
rlent* Money
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