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MBMBHK or OOKOnijIS.
"W. Washburn, Minneapolis
Pi*rieW,4go, O. P. Steams, Dnlnth.
Aadrew MeCrea, Feirh&no.
jL C. Comstoek, Moorliead.
kWr Salopian. Crookston.
7rhate Jdre, ioha W. Sleo.
^Register f Deeis, Titos. Cregg.
Auditor, O. Taylor.
Treaanrer, J. B.. Titus,
ilheriff, W. T. Lackey.
Attorney, A. E. .Flint
i*kool SVptrlSteader.t, J. M. Brown.
Crnr, Win, Carrot,
Smrreyt-r, J. P. Nelson,
IstDiatricWA/P* Melhtyre, W*rrsn.
*t Diitrietrrrr. D,. keys, Jxruisa.
*4 DistrictA, Diatneni, Btephsa.
Religious service* ifr tk* school hoHie every
t t 10,10 1,, y
Temytranef Society organization meet every
IfrUtay evening at tk school hoiiat.
Pays Taxes fog Non-residents.
J- Pa Nelson.
#$a/ $fofe. Pays Taxes.
JOHN W, SLEE,
Abstract and Land Examiner,
AgeitFerK. It.- Li* I* JfoLK, MAX-
IliM A* KltTaOJt COBKTIII-
^Special attention to locating GOT
ernment and R. R. Lands.
A. E. Johnson & Co.,
P. A. DUFOFB,
(Counselor and Attorney at Law
1VM. BOX, Pfoprietdr.
^Headquarters for Marshall County
BUSIH SSS Pi RECTORY.
W. J. Mclatyre.
Sk*s*., Alls* AC*., M. P. Qilkert, A Co]
TarrtB A Daiy.
at W. Rtssaaaa, Joaaaoa, Allan A C.
H. C. Meatier
WAOX MAKJCR AMD J01IXR.
""Warre* Xtase. Mark Stephens, Manager.
M. McCai, C. L. Wehar.
TIM AHD HARDWARX.
Ktya, A. D6 Verhoaetmr.
atolcomb A level.
Cktffge W. Holcomi).
Ti D.- Keya.
JtiTICJB OT THR PlACl
ipHTWCUK A*D DRUdii
Dr. J'. L*Tul:
R. Xiral, t. C#*fr.-
Whe^t SO cents.
Friday, Feb. 25th.
Almost every day' there
one or more carloads of
bound for Winnipeg
$ X. 1, NO, 13, ?WABSEN, MARSHAL COUNTY, MINNESOTA, FEBRUARYS
Where will the nest sociable be
The last one at the Warren House,
money enough was grren to pay off
the indebtedness on the orfja-n.
Wc had a pleasant call iroai Mr.
U. L. Craig, of Middle Riyer, last
evening. He reports everything do^
ing nicely considering the weather, i
etc., in his neighborhood.
As we are going to have a drug
store, why don't we have a good
physician and sugeon also. There
is an opening for some enterprising
young man in this viciuity.
Entertainment, Friday evening.
mi i 11 *r i
The little blow of
caused a blockade on the railroad,'
iew hours late.
both north and south of us, yester- v. i
i. A T- being cleared,four dancing
day, but both tramsb got through a ^i-i i i
passed through on last Thursday's
train. They report having very successful trip. Thishad week|
they will be in Fargo and vicinity.
The St. Paul and Minneapolisceed*
tourists are passing through town
almost every day. Last week H.
L. Pitts, the hardware traveler, and
McManus' confectionery and cigar
man, stifed ovr one day, and to
day we noticed the Minneapolispantomine,
spice and tea man, Mr. ShattUck,
interviewing our merchants.
Go early and avoid the rush,
Friday Feb. 25th.
The person who borrowed John
son, Allen & Co*fi ax, last etening
between the hours of 9 and 10 p.m.
without asking, will please return
the same and save trouble, as theReaper
party is known, and the habit
Letters remaining uncalled for
in the Warron P. 0., Feb. 1,
Atkinson, Rev. Lewis
Dew, Mrs. C. J.
In calling for the above letters
please say ''advertised."
ETHAN ALLEK, P. M.
One of the mUctl needed additions
to our Huiiness community, is a
good boot and shoe maker. Dur
ing the early part of the wiuter a
party was ifl town looking for a
location, but not being able to find
a building or even a room to rent,
left town again. Let some man
put up few small buildings here for
rent, they would &wl a troublein
always having them dddnpied.
The lumber for the sale-stable of
Mr. F. Murry, arrived on Monday,
and is being drawn to the building
place. J. C. Mclntyre has tlife con
tract for the carpenter work, and
will commence work upon thdi
building immediately. The staW|
will be located Oh the' lots directly* i
in the rear of M I*. Gilbert & Co's.-1
The building will bf 2^i40 feet^
About April 1st Messrs. Titus &
Whitney will open up a stock of
Drugs and Notion's, in the building
between M. P. Gilbert & (Jo's.,
general store and the Senate saloon.
We are pleased to learn that
these enterprising gentlemen are
intending open one of the most
needed line of goods in this coun
try and we wish them great suc
cess in their undertaking.
See elsewhere for the programme
pf the entertainment on Friday.
It eomo Qff, on last Wednesday
riight. That long looked for social
hop, at the ^arren House. The
I musicians arriving rather late he
report was circulated that there"
would-not be a dance, and quite a
number did not prepare for it,:
night, & Mr
as it was there were some 15 or 18
couples present, they danced until
12 o'clock, when an elegant repast
had one ofihos supperfell-tooh9&it wJiie
Chanson know so
1 well how to prepare. The rom
The Bryton-Carver combination,
be permitted tod attend n-
bo long, an anyway to
house, about April 1st. Spaces will
not permit us to describe the toilets
of those present. Everyone enjoy-
Mrs. C., on their retiring from the
We understand that there i* to td themselves immencely. We
be a dance given in the building, cannot help but praise the dancing
lately bought by Messrs. Titus and
Whitney. It will probably take
place within the next twor. Greeks,
as they expect to have their drug
stock here by the fifteenth of next
of a young married lady, it wap ex
The following is the programe
an entertainment which will be
given at the Warren House, on Fri
day evening, Feb. 25th. The pro
of which are to be donated
to the Venefit of the church. The
entertainment will .consist pf
plays, tableau's, songs, readings
and instrumental music. Follow
ing is the caste of the first peice, a
ROSETTE on THE SILKIN PUKIE,
Villaree, Sailor, Fob, Servant, Mt'Sic
MT, Ray Palmer and Othera,
LittleJack Hornerj Sculptor Boy Matrimony
Faith Cow Slip.
So.vo, Mr. II. G. Stebbin?.
and Flower?} Cottnty Courtahip Sun
rise Noon afld Midnight Music, Song
SONO, Mr. Kay Piimcer.
Ceries arid the Seaaofl Flower of the -Fahiily
Shcild ofInnocence Magic Mirror.
Reading, Mr Geo. IL McCreai
Kock of Aget BBAfftioXy being led to frison
the Nuns Inshnad,l
J. P. NELSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Waffeh, Marshall Co., Minn.
NOTA*T PUILIC, C0i*TT SlT*TlTQX
XiSs)u.rsi9 aixadL Xtakl Xtt.
DEEDED LANDS FOR SALE.
PRAIRIZ AND WOO0 LANDS.
Choiee Lands Selected aid
SHSAV aad the Piouwr
Farmera daairiRg aTnumpk Ssedar for 1*11,
can bay* tfca aaaaa of W. H. Gilkrt at Warraa.
Triffctas. 3fi1tlcc of Chsxttl* ?Iorti Aso
elmuvre and. Sale.
Parting ball to Mr. and
SONG, Mr. KaJ Palmer
Adults, 25cts. Chitdren, 15 cts.
Doors ..open at 7, pefformanca
commences promptly at 7:30.
Name ofMortgagor, X. A. Holilier.
N'anfe of Mtrtgjsee, P. T. Bonjea.
Dal of Mortgage, .M.nj 2S, U80.
Mortgaa-e ri*ordel the 2th dsy of May 1S.R0
la tho ofii-e of tin" owti i firk in and for tlia
town of Tamarao, Maraliull County, State of
Minnesota, at 7 o'clock p. in.
Dlserjption of jnorttage.l property onr ofr-1
tail) lra,mii bullJing built by M. A. llolthtroi
nc sections, Town 157, Kauge 4* jMarahal]
The amount i Uime:l to bf due upon said I
debt stcured by said niortjias a at th* dat? of
tbis notice i 1be sum of two hundred and 6o
^nty-aeret) dollars and fifty-two cents (S277.W)
and no procacdintr by Jiw or otherwise Una
been iuatitutfd for the rtcot cry of *aid mort
jra^ed debt or any part thercof"xnddtfai.n hav
ing been mada in the payment of paid a.um of
mnney claimed to be dii ^s ^foreiaid,
Notice h'-rcby given that the Raid chattfe
mortgage will be foreclosed and that tho .ud
mortgaged property will by yirtufe of power
of sale in said chatile mortgage contained and
,t*ereih recorded, and pursuant to the provision
%f the statute in such case made and provided
be soli at public vendue by the ehf riff o,f Mar
ahall county or hia deputy at the front door of
tat section houae at Stephen atation in Mar
ahall county 8tate of Minneiola on tha
tittU ayflllareh 18Sl,
*t 1 o'clock r- m to aatiafy and pay lh%
amount then due on aaid mortgaga debt to
gether with, coata and dijburementa of said
together with $10. stipulated in Raid chat-
tT niiortgagc to be paid out of the proceeds of
eiic^fii-sale to mortgagee in cuae of a foreclosure
of said chattle mortgage as and for Attorney'*!
12-16 P."J, BOWLEG,
ILKVIJ, & HOLCOMB, M0rtgn|e*,
Attoraey* for Mortgagee.
Crookston, Mint. Feb. 9, 1SSL
Complaint having been entered at this offlce
by Edward Laberge against Charfes Larne for
abandoning hie horoestaad entry No.- 2U-S
6t*ed May S, 1870 upon the sw* aefb 157,
Ii4?* in Marshal! county Minn, wit* view to
the cancellation of aaid eatry tljff mid prirtie*'
are hereby summened-to appear at thU ef^ce
on the 17th day of March 1W1, H0 o'efock t.
TO. to respond and furnish testimony coacern
ing said alleged a.1)andoriment-
THO?. C. SHAPLJtiftir, Register.
12-iGpd P. C. 8I.XTTK?,-, KcceiVer.
Crookstom, Minn. Feb, 9,1SS1.
Complaint having len entered at tiii* office
by Irene Hoyoxagainet fofui M. Heir* for
abandoning his homestead entry No. 15ft4
dated August 1U 187S, upon the nw sec
2, 157, R4S,i Marshall county Minn.- with
a view to the cancellation of sa'td tt'rtry tfce
:iid parties are hereby summoned f^apnrar a
this office on the 17th day of Mareft lSlf
10 o'clock a. m. to retivond *.nd fSrhiah teat
mony concerning said alleged abaudonm*tt.-
TKOS. C. SK*M.IO, Regisser.-
12-16pd P. C. SLUTTKX, Receiver.
Crookston, Minn.- Feb. 21,156L
Compfaint having been entered at tHJs office
by (feorgeDarveaux acain.-t Andrew Setter
holm for abandoning his homesteadfcjtryNo.
ffJ2fi datei M^y 1-t, 1.V7' upon the nw.^sec ^0.
15K, R4S, in M*r-'.lu!l county Minn, with a
view to the citnccll.itioii ofsaid etitry the aaid
parties are herein- nvimmorted appear at this
office on the 25th day of flarch 18M at 10
o'clock a.- m. to respond'and ftffhish testimony
concerning said allcired abandonment.
13-I7pdi Tab?. C. SiiAPiMoti, liegister.
THE SHEA F,
Onttha East sids, of Hailros.d Track, yoawill. xlv-yi
find TI roady to glio^r you
yon-prices* *nd to sll you asy
thing yon vaat in
SASH, DOOR S AH BUILSIM PA.PI8.
'Croclierr, Slasswsrc mi lamp, Paiafs.
Bocti and Slioss,
I Ila,t and Csip*,
Pry Q-oodt and Itotion*,
Cottier 1st and Johnson Avenue,
Rallroftd Tlrrta Ta*Si#
St. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani
We have a Tin Shop in eonnsctioa with ur Store. Aay&iag m.
the Tinware line made and repairing done neatly asd warranted.
Don't forget the Plate:'
J. B. Titna, Station Aget.
Leave South. Ltav ?forth.
Pas**ger, S.-30 M. Pteteager, 1.S5 p. m.
FreigSt,- ilap. a. Freight, 11.00 a. m.
Leave o*th. I^ave North.
Pf(8fljger, 9.57 p. m. Passenger, *.00 p. nt.
Freight, 1S.0O Freight, 1S 00 ua.
.Henry Lane, Ctatioa Ageiitj
Leave South. Lave North.
PasstBger, 8.50 p. m., Passmger', S.S0 p. m.
Freight, 11.SO a. aa. Freight, 1.00 p. m.
General Dialer in
dtovoc, Bar Iron*
Steel and Builders' Material.
Ageiil f&r the
CLJB*ATK* MONITOR PLOWS.
.00 PES IIAS.
J*-_ Buffalo Coat, leo-, efeo^
WE HAVE THE GEXUINE SCRE W BOOT S AND mOM
CAL AND EIAMINX THEM..
Fine Watch Repairiftg Care*
fully Done and Guaranteed,
The Famous Rockford' Mortnitnt
'our tsptcial Stock.
This ia the cuiaitttio* f Keehasioal In-
geHMity ia Watches
They are cheaper, better Ue* more acw
rate ahd drabie that asy ther yet inventai/.
Alarg* end well seSectcs) stock ef
Clock* from *2 up to fancy prices.
A practical Watchaaksryself Igmraniae
all isaUrial sold as rtprssanittj. And ii wrk
uodartaksa j*trfet ra I* dour.
Watekts or foda fr rapalr CM be iaft at
tka Sasuf Oataa Warrea.
H. C. MENTEBR
jXTerythifi* ifi Tin, Iron or Brass, McConfiick Twine and Wir$
Ornamifetal or Practical, usu-
ally* iept by the Trade.
Deere & Monitor Plows,
Binders, Harvesters and
I. Case Engines and