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I.DITF.P BT WM. HENRY WOOD, THURSDAY. MAY 3,18 ti 0. By Day Light This is considered rather a free coun try. A man can do about as he pleases, provided he does not infringe on his neighbor’s rights. Especially in poli tics and religion the gag is not quite in order. Differences of opinion will hap pen in the best of parties, a 3 in th* best of families. Editors are entitled to their views quite as much as other peo ple, and they may express them as in dependently. If any body chooses to look glum in consequence, we don’t see that that is any reason why they should buy padlocks and wear them. VVe shall not do it at any rate. We shall say just about what we please of men and measures, politically, without admitting that any other body can have the right to call us to an account for it. The political ground-rnole nibbling in the dark, is found in every party. He swears there is no light except where he is, and, in his little eyes, everybody outside must be enemies to truth and very pestilent fel lows generally. He erects a god and wor ships it, and thinks all the world is go ing to perdition that don’t bow down and worship it also. Every dogma . but his, is the dogma of the devil. He carries a foot-rule in his pocket, and crawls through life with it, measuring as he goes. He is like the blind horse on tho cider mill-sweep, going round and round, and is filled with amazement and indignation, that all the world don’t go round with him. He rants and foams about the magnificence and splen dor of his gyrations, and turns up his pug nose to everybody, not in the har ness with himeself. He is a politician whose vast comprehension, unfathomed sagacity, amazing correctness and pre cision on all branches of political eeon emv and party policy, are never to be disputed. Now we have no sort of objection to such going along and doing their pleas ure, provided they let us alone. We have never yet made the name of Parly our Shibboleth. It is now too late. Wo have hitherto generally act ed independently ; advocating such moaaures as we believed were right, and supporting such men ns we believed honest and capable: and shall probably go along in this way the rest ot our days. We are informed that our political course in relation to Gov. SewarJ nr.d Jud Q c Bates is being watched Very well. That’s right, 'We like the idea Wo we may be read. We write nothing and belivo nothing in the dark. The JVew Era is published by day-light. We trust there is no difficulty in find ing our whereabouts. We are for Ed ward Bates for the Presidency in prefer ence to Mr. Seward all the time. As Mr. Seward has never been a political god in our collection, we must be per mitted to believe that there are others as able, as available, and as worthy of adoration. If he is the only man we aro allowed to esteem and support, the Republican party it must be admitted docs not furnish a very wide choice for the citizen who may think he is intitled lo the privilege of esteeming, advocat ing and supporting for the Presidency whom ho pleases. We beg to assure all our dear friends that we shall steadily pursue the the even tenor of our wav; •mml that no long faces or short ones can divert us. North Side Again—South Side Called on to Surrender. Mr. Editor:— Your correspondent, I “South Side,” has found a very sum mary manner of disposing of witnesses, that have been brought up to prove the fallacy of his position. When Repub lican evidence is introduced, through his clenched teeth we hear the hissin" word“ Purjurer.” When Democrats are put upon the stand--men too who stand as pure and unspotted as any belonging to the party: I might say to any party—he listens until the evidence is recorded, and if he does not like the facts adduced, and sees no way of getting round them, he disposes of them by crying “Trai tor. But this kind of argument seems to be much in vogue with the present administration, from the President down. “The only witnesses introduced have •traitor’ branded upon their forehead.,, find the mark of the switch upon lus back tamely submitted to.” If South Side will correct his grammar bo as to make sens® out of this sentence, I may have something to say about that ‘,switch.” But he loves the Irish, he says. Well it does seem to me that I have heard something before about this Democratic love for the Irish. I am extremely obliged lo ‘‘South Side” for introducing this subject into the debate, as I desire to detect this love, and find out what the nature of it is. It is extremely etherial, because it can only be discovered just upon the eve of an Election, when it immediately disappears, not to be seen or heard of again until about the ap proach of another occasion of the kind. I have been diligently looking for it these hist d<>zcn years with a good-sized telescope, and thus far I have been un able to obtain the slightest glimpse of it, except at the time mentioned; and even then it is but the ghost of a lo e, so that were it not for the frequent and renewed assurance of its presence from the Dem ocratic orators on the stump, I should even then he inclined to doubt my vis ion. But this love is not even general at the best of times, because it only ex tends to th*.t part of tho Irish who are ever ready to follow wheresoever those demogngucs choo-e to lead; but when they find those of them who have the courage to think for themselves, and have stopped voting for ‘‘General Jack son”—those of them “who know the right and knowing dare maintain,”— they say “ you cannot siiare our love,” and they are ever ready to cast low insinuations at their naiional character, even at the expense of those too, whom they manage to dupe. That love was not strong enough during the contest for Speaker last winter to pre vent nearly every Democratic member in the House of Representatives Iroir. voting for Mr. Smith of North Carolina, a Know-Nothing; a'mun who .vas elect ed by the Know-Nothing party on a Know-Nothing platform But that was jnst after the election, and that love had disappeared then; and many of those same Democrats had, perhaps, forgot ten that they owed their seats in the House to those very adopted citizens whose interests they had so suddenly overlooked. See the Homestead Bill now in dis cussion in Congress. In the Republi can branch we find the bill passed giv th<* privileges of the Homstead measure to those who have declared their inten tions to become citizens. In the Sen ate, the Democratic branch, we find the bill opposed on these very grounds, and another one introduced denying the benefits to any but actual citizens. 11. .A. Wise did fight manfully to kill “Sam,” but remember, Wise was run ning fir Governor at the time, und against this very “Sam;” and Wise got elected, —and I was glad of it—and lie might have remained Governor all the days of bis life, and I would not have said a word about him, but when bo was trotted out on the Presiden tial course, I though all were at liberty to examine bis “fine points.” Here let me show up it little of this Democratic love for t!id foreigner. 1 quote Mr. Garnett of Virginia, in the debate on the admission of Kansas in the House on the llth of.Apiil lie says, “Go to Minnesota and you find nearly half of her population was composed of foreigners hilt lately landed upon these shores; and even men who have not been naturalized are permitted to vote after they have declared theie inten tions to become citizens; men who arc unused to our institutions— men, the larg r portion of them, have emigrated from Ihe pressure of penury and want nl home, and who for ilie most part, of late yars, have belonged in their own country to the more ignorant class of society . 1 speak plainly, because I speak what 1 think. [ Apendix to Goiigressional Globe, page ‘i3o.] This Mr. Smith is a simon-pure, dyed in-tho-wool, H. A. VVise-Democrat—-No “traitor” about him,—-oh, no! But perhaps South Side will call this “fun for facts, wit for ar gument’' How will the adopted citi zens of Stearns County relish this bit of love for the foreigners? These very men who are thus Upduced have made that country one of the most prosperous in the State. And if lam not much mis taken, they will ere long show thatfpur ty that they have the courage to resent an insult. This Democratic love for the foreigner rather savors of antiquity.~ Bah ! ‘ J “.Vo more of that as thou lovest me, Hal.” South Side, I presume, by this time, is satisfied that his candidate cannot get the Charleston nomination, and conse quently the original issue between us is dead. Iftliere is any other game he can play at let him come on. If he wishes to surrender, let him do so and not leave the issue and run offto Kng lnnd and Ireland to avoid the blows, for I do not wish to strike a foe who is re treating. On any fair issue lam pre pared to meet him, but when he de cends into cess-pools to throw dirt, he must excuse me, as I cannot condescend to follow. North Sids. THE NEW ERA, LOCAL. THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1860. CHARLES CRAWFORD, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST. St. Anthony, Minnesota. - WM. H. WOOD, WILL PAY TAXES In ths Counties of Benton ami Morrison tfSgf 5 * Mari.att St Simms advertise an extensive stock in to-day’s paper. — Drugs, medicines, oils, burning fluid, painter’s materials, etc. Their assort ment cannot he surpassed either in quantity or quality in the whole upper country. They are selling white lead very cheap. The new firm are hound to do an extensive business. There are some very beautiful dress g ods at Bradf rd’s, St. Cloud; Silks, lawns, delaines, Inilliants, ging hams, etc , etc. and selling at low prices. Ladies Gaiters. 81) cts., Gents Congress do., $2.25. You will Hud a general assortment of Heady made Clothing, latest styles. Mr. Bradford informs us that he has ten tons of new goods coming. Tenvoohde, St. Cloud, is re plenishing his Store with goods. He informs us that he is selling prints—fast colors—at twelve-and-a-half cents per yard. You will find a general assort ment of Hard ware, Tinware, etc, etc. Give the Pioneer Store a call. Rev. Mr. Haul’s tilth number in the series entitled, “Missionary Life in the Northwest,” will appear next week. We invite attention to these interesting papers. The author was among the first settlers on the shores of Lake Su perior thirty years ago. Combining accurate scholarship with so thorough an acquaintance with his subject these reminiscences from his nen will be read with unusual interest Broker is going to erect, this spring and summer, a new brick Store, three stories high—ground size to cor respond. The contract has already been let to Messrs. Freeman &. Co Broker is an enterprising merchant of St. Cloud. jOur fiieud Russell of the Empo rium, opposite the JYno Em building, is having a thriving trade. They say lie has forgotten the old prices of the Sauk Rapids out-fit, and sells sugar, coffee, fish, herring,tea,calicoes, etc.,as cheap as anybody hereabouts. Up country folks please call. The Ttcnmseh fit raid lias cop ied into its editorial columns two editori al items of ours, without giving the „V« w Era credit for them. One headed “ Spring,"and the other “ JVhat the Lun i/nii Times lliinks. ” We don't like if, Levi. We admire your taste, and are grateful for your appreciation, but if you don’t want a difficulty, you must apologize, and that immediately, print g-pj send a marked copy to this cilice Two charming letters, one firm New Yoik, the other from New Hamp. shire, written by two charming ladies, will be found <>n mr first page. Bel Forrester anti Gillimenc St. Aik, are admirable correspondents, both. NVe fmey the fo-tner knows a good deal about New Yoik politics, and a letter Irom her to our page would be r.c knowlegcd by our best bow. Gov. Ramsey has left the State temporarily. During his absence Ex- Gov. Donnelly acts as Governor ad interim*. ‘ North Side” this week. He is dignified and plucky; prepared for anything but shotted rifles the advertisement ofN.W. Kittson, and also that of Cathcart and Co., St. Paul. Vide next page. Jgp*’ The House of Representatives voted to admit Kansas as a State by 61 majority. Senator Wilson has introduced a bill for the suppression of the Slave trade.-' Blakeman’s new advertisement came too late for this week. He keeps the Jewelry Store, St. Anthony Wheat is selling at St. Cloud at 66 cts Farmers who wish to buy garden, field, and grass seeds, will do well to call at George Pomeroy’s, St. Anthony, when they go below'. We invite attention to the Card of N. Richardson, Little Falls. Mr. Richardson is a prompt business man. Benton County Tax Sale. Notice is hereby given that so much of each of the following described tracts or parcels of land as may l;e necessary t' pay tile taxes thereon for the year 1650, and to pay the costs of sale, will he sold accordion to law', onthe 4th dav of June, a. d. 1860, and on the next succeeding days, at the Court House in the Town of Sauk Rapids, in the Coun ty of Benton and State of Minnesota C. A. GILMAN. Auditor of said County. T<ncn 36, Range 26. Description, Sec. chf fjr, nw qr se qr anil ne qr rw qr 6 smi'hese-t quarter and west half south ivcit qr 8 *«>uih'i* - M quarter 9 i\e-t half iiiulhire»t quieter,& soulheaet qr nw qr 17 mirlheaet quarter and west hf se qr and siv qr 18 uortheaM quarter 19 northeast quarter 20 north half 21 northwest quarter mv qr and urst half siv qr 22 tie qr lie qi, n hf mv qr and siv qr nw qr 28 lie qr tie qr, iv hf siv qr end m? qr siv qr 28 ne qr, u hf nw qr and *e qr northwest quarter 29 ea-t half gout heart quarter 29 smithimst quarter 31 ii h( »e qr. e hf iiw qr ami eonthweet qr nw qr 32 8. >iu It halt hull heart quarter and noitll hfsiv qr 32 mu tint erl qu.uter, n hf mv qr and siv qr m qr 83 ue»t bull gutitlnvert quarter 34 7’< l on 36, Range 27. s .ntheael quarter 10 cast hall 14 east half 15 ur.-l half unrth'aM quarter and cast half nw qr 25 ihh ill half northeart quarter and northwest qr 26 cum half nut llieart quuraer 27 T> mi 36, Ratine 29. Sec w hf se qr 26 e lif nw qr and sw qr nw qr 28 ne qr 29 se qr 30 ne qr 34 ne qr 35 Toicn 36. Ranze 3D. Sec n hf ne qr at d siv qr ne qr I nw qr and ?e qr 1 n lif sw qr and se qr sw qr 1 ne qr and nw qr 2 n hf se qr and sw qr se qr 2 iv hf sw qr and se qr sw qr 2 s hf ne qr and s hf 3 w hf nw qr and se qrnw qr 3 e hf ne qr and siv qr ne qr 4 se qr nw qr and s hf 4 n hf se qr and w hf 5 All of f 6 ne qr and e hf nw qr and s hf 7 All of 8 Aii of 9 n lif and sw qr and \v hf se qr 10 w hf ne qr and se qr 1 I e lif sw qr d<> ne qr and e Itf nw qr and se qr 12 t; hf sw qr and sw qr sw qr 12 All of 13 n lif and se qr and s hf sw qr 14 e lif ue qr and w hf nw qr 15 ne qr s ■ qr and sw qr 15 sw qr r.e qr 15 n lif ’ 17 se qr se qr and sw qr sw qr 17 it hf ne qr and sw qr tie qr 18 iv hf nw qr and sw qr 18 w hfse qr anil sc qr se qr 18 ne qr se qrand w hf sw qr 19 w hf se qr 20 n Id' 21 e lif ne qr and nw qr 22 ne qr siv qr 22 se qr 23 ne qr 24 n lif 25 ne qr se qr and e lif siv qr 25 ne qr and sw qr 26 \v lif tie qr 27 n lif se qr and sc qr sc qr 27 lot no. 1 27 ne qr and s lif 28 ne qr se qr and siv qr se qr 29 sw qr 29 e lif se qr 30 se qr ne qr and se qr 31 n hf nw qr and se qr niv qr 32 e Itf siv qr and siv qr siv qr 32 All of . 33 « lif ne qr and sw qr nc qr 34 sw qr anti !■’* no. I s lif tie qr and n'V qr 35 siv qr nw qr 4 se qr tn? qr and se qr se qr 20 e hf ne qr 29 w hfse qr and c hf sw qr 30 Town 33, Range 31. south half nc qr, u hfnw t|r and se qr mv qr south h i If 1 nmt'i half northeast qr. northwest qr ami a hall 2 ne.*i half northeart quarter, nw qr and s half 3 lots mis. 3 and 4 4 lots nos. 12 3 and 4 9 northeast qr and ii lif mv qr and siv qr mv qr 10 west half se q. and se qr se qr and siv quaite ’ 10 northeast quarter and n lif mv qr and siv qr ~iv qr 11 southeast quarter and cast half so th w est qr 11 all of seel ion 12 northeast quarter, and iv hf se qr an I siv quarter 13 smithenrt i|ii n ier and ii hf siv qr and se qr siv qr 14 northeast quarter 15 north half southeast quarter 15 lot no 3 22 J. Rolreti’s Island in Mississippi River con taining 15 and 7 100 acres northeast quarter, and n lif r.w qr and ne qr se qr 23 west half northwest quarter, and sunthivest quar. 21 northeast quarter, and n hf mv qr anil se qr nw qr 25 no'th half southeast quarter and southwest quar. 25 north half northeast quarter 26 undivided half snothea>t quarter northeast quarter 26 29 acres of northeast quarter soritheit-1 qua iter 26 (••eiirjthe patt not hid out in lots; 26 acres of southeast quarter southeast quarter 26 (Ireinj; the pait not laid out in lots.) lots nos. 1, 2. and 3 35 northeast q tarter northeast quarter 35 T>wn 37, Range 25. southeast qr, s hf siv qr ami mv qr siv qr 6 n hf ne qr ami s>v qr ne qr anil northwest qr 7 se qr and e hf siv qr uud siv qr siv quarter 7 nnith east quartpr 17 s hf se qrand w hf sw qr and s; qr sw qr 17 Ail of section ]g north half and southeast quarter 19 ne qr sw qr and southwest quarter southwest qr 19 •All of section 24 ninth half northeast quarter and siv qr ne qr 21 northwest quarter and smith half 21 south half.southivesl quarter 52 north half nor theast qr and northwest quarter 27 undivided quaiter. south half northeast quarter 27 undivide Iqr northwest quarter south caM quar 27 nodi verier! qr noith half southwest qn.irter 27 north-nsf quarter sotilheast qr anti sw qr se qr 27 north hall anti southwest quarter southwest quar. 28 west h ill southeast quarter and se qr sc quarter 28 undivided quarter north half southwest quarter 28 undivided qr northeast quarter southeast qr 28 ndivided qr smith half mwtheat quar 29 ndivided qr southeast quarter northwest quarter 29 orth ball northeast quuttcr and south half 29 I orth ha f northwest quarter and sw qr nw qr 29 t «>rt beast quarter and east halt uorthwest quarter 30 outb half southeast quarter 30, 1 individod quarter north half southeast quarter 30 ' individeil qr east hall southwest quar 20 rurtheast quarter and sc qr and ehf nw quarter 31 oulhwest quarter 31 1 rorth hall northeast quarter and sw qr ne quarter 32 . 101 th west qr and southwest qr and e half se qr 32 rndiviiled quarter west half southeast quarter S 2 ■ndivided qj southeast quarter southeast quar 33 1 lorth half and southwest quarter and iv hfse qr do •vest half northeast qr and iv hf se qr and whi 34 Town 37, Range 29. northeast quarter and southwest qr 5 east half northea-t qr and siv quarter 7 northwest quarter 8 Town 37, Range 30. north halt noitheast qr and west hf 1 south lit northeast qr and shfnw qr 2 southwest quarter 2 s hf ne qr and s hi niv qr and s hf 3 south hall ne qr and se qr niv qr 4 northwest qr, ne qr, and south half 5 north half nw qr and se qr nw qr 5 south half 5 north half nc qr, and niv qr and s hf C north half and northwest qr sw qr 7 north half and southeast qr 8 niv qr niv qr and s hfnw quarter 9 southwest quarter 9 east half northeast quarter and shf 10 s lif ne qr, nw qr niv qr and s lif iiw qr 1 1 se qr, and ne qr sw qr, and a hf sw qr 1 I s hfnw qr, and n hf se qr 12 northwest quarter southwest qr 12 All of section 13 n hf ne qr and 6e qr ne qr 14 ivest half 14 north half ]£ tie qr and w hf sw qr 11 e hfnw qr and se qr and e hfsw qr It All of section Iti n lif ne qr and n hf nw qr 2( siv qr r.w qr and siv qr 20 eas’ half northwest quarter 21 s hf se qr and ne qr siv qr dc south half southwest quarter dc south half 2' All of section 2-1 Ail of section 2-: south half 20 west half southwest quarter 21 west half northeast quarter 2; se qr nw qr and s half dt east half nw qr and n hf sc qr 20 siv qr se qr anti sw qr 20 iv hf ne qr and e hf uiv qr 30 nw qr nw qr d> n hf ne qr and ne qr nw qr 3i e hfse qr and sw qr se qr d' All of section 3; e hf ne qr and n lif r.w qr 3i sw qr, nw qr and se qr dt se qr sw qr dc nmth half and southwest q.miter 31 All of section 3-1 Town 37, Range 31. All 1 lots nos 1 2 3 and 4 2 se q ne qr and iv hf tie qr 3 niv qr and se qr and siv qr 3 n hf ne qr and e hfnw qr 4 u hfse qr and lots nos 2 and 3 4 n hf ne qr and lots nos. 1 and 2 5 lots nos. 1 2 and 3 6 e hi mv qr and sw qr niv qr !i s hf and lot no. I 0, iv hf se qr and w hf 1(J 1 >ts nos. 3 4 arid 5 dc n hf ne qr and se qr 1 I iv hf niv qr and n hfse qr 12 southwest quarter cb north half and sw qr 13 n hfse qr and siv qr se qr 13 s hfnw qr, and siv qr « 14 iv hfse qr and se qr se qr c.e west-half . 15 lot no. 1 1 7 ne qr ne qr 21 lots no 12 3 and 4 21 n hf ne qr and sw qr no qr 22 n lif mv qr, a;:d lots nos 1 3 and 4 22 n lif nw qr and sw qr and e hf 23 e hf ne qr and iv hf 24 n lif se qr and se qr se qr do nw qr and s hf 25 ne qr and niv qr sc qr 26 e hf.sw qr and sw qr sw qr do ne qr ne qr and s hfse qr 27 sw qr and lots nos. i 2 and 3 do lot no 1 26 lot no l 33 ne qr ne qr and e hf nw qr 34 ne qr siv qr 34 that part of lots nos. I and 2 not in Town of Watab 34 lot no 3 «lc nw qr nw qr and e half 3£ n hf sw qr and se qr sw qr 3c Town 38, Range 27. ivest half northeast qr, southeast quarter and iv hf 1 all nf section ! smith half nc qr, shfnw qr and nw quarter nw qr * south half cast half northeast quarter and southwest qrne qr ; south half northwest quarter and south hall ! south half northeast quarter, s hfniv qr and shi I northeast quarter and south half north half northwest quarter and se qr mv quarter ’ north half northeast quarter and siv qr ne quarter ! west half southeast quarter and west half all of section ! south halt southwest quarter and nw qr sw qr 11 north half and southeast quaiter 1( north half ne qr, ami sw qr ne qr, and nw qr 1 northwest quarter southeast quarter and siv qr 1 ive-l half northeast qr and w hfse qrand w half 1-1 all of section 1- smith half northeast quarter, nw qr and 6 half 1' all of section south half northeast quai ter and niv qr ne qr east hall northwest tjr and south half 1! all of section 2( north h >lt northwest qr and snuthiiesf qr mv qr 2' southeast quarter, and north half southwest qr 2 all »l section 21 east half and southwest quarter 5: northwest quarter ami south half 2< all of section 2' northeast quaiter and south half 2) south half northwest qr, ami nc qr nw quarter 2‘ northeast quarter northeast qr and shf nc quar. 2! northwest quarter and smith half 2i onith h;tlf northeast qr, and se qr ne quart* r 31 n > th half n nth west qr and sw qr nw < tuner ® south hell southeast qr ami nr qr, se quarter t( south half southwest qr ami mv qr sw quarter 3t all of section 31 northeast quarter and south half 35 west half nmlheast qr amt niv qr and se quarter 35 northeast qr, niv qr mv qr amt *hi nw quarter 31 north half se qr and sw qr se qr and sw qu.ii ter 34 ail of sec: ion 3! 1 ■ « . , ■ I II Ml , Town 38, Range 30, Sec. orth west quarter 1 w qr nw qr 2 hi ne qr and sw qr ne qr 3 test half southeast qr 3 hf sw qr and se qr siv qr 3 hf ne qr and w hf 4 hf ne qr and sw qr ne qr 5 e qr nw qr and sw qr se qr 5 hf nw qr and ehfsw qr and ehf 6 hfnw qr, and sw qr and e hf 7 i hf ne qr 8 i hf se qr and se qr se qr ,8 nv qr siv qr 8 le qr sw qr and e half 9 i hf mv qr and sw qr nw qr 9 torth hf 10 t hf ne qr 12 ihf se qr and se qr sw qr 13 le qr and e hf nw qr and s hf 14 i hf and se qr and n hf sw qr 15 All of section 17 All of section 18 All of section * 19 e lif and mv qr 20 se qr sw qr do siv qr se qr and s hf sw qr 21 ne qr and s hf niv qr and s hf 22 nw qr and sw qr 24 c hfse qr and sw qr se qr 24 e hf ne qr and iv hfniv qr 25 siv qr se qr do w hf sw qr and sc qr siv qr do e hf se qr and siv qr so qr 26 southwest quarter do niv qr and s hfse qr 27 se qr siv qr 27 north half and southwest quarter 28 n hf ne qr and se qr se qr 29 west half southwest quarter do siv qr ne qr and mv qr 30 northwest quarter southeast quar, do n iif sw qr and siv qr sw qr do west half nortmvest quarter 31 s lif mv qr and n hf sw qr 32 southeast quarter 32 n lif nw qr and se qr nw qr 33 s hfse qr and e hfsw qr 33 north half 34 i?ast half southwest qr and e hf 35 northeast qr southwest quarter 35 Town 36 Range 31 Sec. s lif mv qr and e hf 1 iv hi ne qr and se qr ne qr 2 e hf mv qr and sw qr nw qr 2 iv lif se qr and s hf sw qr 2 se qr ne qr and n hfniv qr 3 m? qr se qr and sw qr se qr 3 iv hfsw qr and sc qr siv qr 3 ii lit in? qr and mv qr tie qr 4 mv qr anti s hf 4 All of section 5 e hf ne qr and siv qr ne qr 6 s hf niv qr and s lif 6 sw qr tie qr and mv qr and s hf 7 All of 8 j AII of 9 All of 10 w lif ne qr and se qr ne qr 1 1 ii lit se qr and iv lit do north halt 12 sw qr se qr and e lif siv qr do niv q r 13 mv qr and ne qr sw qr 14 All of 15 ne q? and nc qr nivqr and s hf 17 n lif nc qr 18 e lifse qr and sw qr se qr 18 e hf lie qr and sw qr ne qr 19 ii lif niv qr and sw qr mv qr 19 se qr and w hfsw qr 19 in* qrand n hfse qrand w hf 20 n lif and se qr 21 e hf ne qr and sw qr ne qr 22 nw qr at tl se qr do n lit sw qr and sw qr sw qr do tie qr and nw qr and e hfse qr 23 nottli half 24 All of 25 All of 26 r. lif and e hf se qr 27 All of 28 nw qr and s hf 29 n lif ue qr and s lif 30 e hfnw qr and siv qr niv qr do n lif 31 n hf se qr and sw qr so qr do lots nos. 1 and 2 31 All of 32 All of 33 iv hf 34 nc qr ne qr 35 lots nos 2 and 3 35 Town 38, Range, 32. Sec n hf nc qr and sw qr ne qr 1 nw qr 1 w hfse qr and se qr se qr 1 e lif sw qr and sw qr sw qr 1 n hf and sc qr se qr 2 ne qr and n lif nw qr 3 se qr and s hfsw qr 8 n lif and lots nog J and 2 4 lots nos. 1 and 2 5 lots nos. I 2 and 3 9 n hf ne qr and sc qr ne qr 10 lot no 1 10 nw qr se qr and se qr se qr 11 sw qr Il e lif niv qr and e hf 12 e hfsw qr 12 ne qr and s hf nw qr 13 ii hf sw qr and se qr sw qr 13 lot no. 1 13 nc qr and lots nos. 3 and 4 14 lot no. 3 15 lot no 12 3 and 4 25 sw qr sir qr 25 T ten of Sauk Rapi/ls. Blk Hamlin. St< dnrd, C-lhy ft others— Undivided two-lhitds of Lots 1. 2. 3. 4 5. and 6 2 lots 1 2 and 3. and 10 to 19 inclusive 13 lots I to 16, inclusive 5 fall of 7 Jots 1 to 10 inclusive 8 lots 1, 10. 11 , and 12 9 hits ] to 12, inclusive 33 lots I to 40. inclusive 39 lots I to 40, inclusive 41 lots 1 to 40. inclusive 42 lots nos. I 8 and 25 to 30 inclusive 43 lots nos 9 to 23 inclusive 44 lots not. 1 to 40 inclusive 68