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VOL. 1. NO. IT.
MKMSXX PF CONGRESS,
W. 9. Washburn, Miuneapotfa
pwtrict JMdjte, O. V. Stearns, Dulutli.
Asdrew MeCrea,, Perh-ini.
O. Conutock, Jtfoorliead,
robate Judfje, John W.-Sice.
JUgiattr of Deads, Thus.- Gregg/
Treaanrer, -J. B..Titus,
Sheriff, IT. T, Lacker
Attorney, A. E. Flint.
'ichol Superintendent, J. M". Brown.
War Wm. Carre'se.
?mrvcyr, J. P. Nelson.
1st DistrictA. P. Mclntyre, ..Warren.
Hd DistrictF. D. Keve, Louisa.
Hi DistrictA. Diamond, Stephen.
Religions services the school house every
Sunday at 10.30 a. ra.
Teaperaues Society organization meet every
Fri (ay evening at the school house,
Pays Taxes for Non-residents.
J. P. Nelson,
rT rtiv JS
ft$al Estate. Pay$ Taxes.
JOHN W. SLEE,
JUDGE OF pjROBATJJ
Jurisdiction In ItOMJiSfEADanclFI^AL
Special attention to locating Gov
ernment and R. II. Lands.
A. E. Johnson & Co.,
P. A. DUFOtJR,
Counselor and Attorney at Law
WM. BOX, Proprietor.
MtmdquavUrx for Marshall County
W. J. Mclstrre.
S. W. Kossinaa, 'Johasoa, Alku & Co.
H. C. k*iitzer
VASON MAKXI'V AND JOBBER
R. C. Snyder.
Warrea SHS S, Mark Stephens, Manager.
T. S: Davit
U. lieC*, C. L. Weber:
TIN AND HARDWARE
Kje, A. D. Verboaeswr.
tleorje W. Holcoaab.
T. D. Keye.
iCiTICI OF THE PIACB
fcjmiciAH AND Dxuas,
Dr. t. LaTaai.
JL JCiTel, I. Caaer.
Wheat SO cents,
The bootblack is a man of polish
yet unwelcome in good society.
Spirit photographthat of a dis
W. A,v Wallace received a car of
lumber and will soon erect a barn
on his place near town.
Mr. Wm. Gamble goes around
on crutches now. The effect of
having a crooked handle in an ax.
B. L. Griffith, brother=inlaw of
E. W. Rossrnan our lumber dealar, tV*" jj" A/^!T"
returned home Tuesday from,
Kissing'is-some what like seven
up. If lis be|s and she thinks she
can make points in the game, si
will give him one.
J. B. Titus, our County Treas
urer came home Saturday from a
dying trip to Milwaukee and Fond
duLac'Wia., and St. Paul Minn.
The programme for the Temper
ance meeting Friday euening, will
be, General spaaking, and an Old
fashioned spelling school.
Again wheat is booming down
east. It ought to bring 90 cents
per bushel here... And it would
could the combinations sharks be
No better opportunity for estab
lishing a .profitable brick manufac
tory can be jfonnd than right here.
Brick is the building material OJ
Why is it that &o many of tli
settlers are shipping lumber int*.
this country? You can buy lum
ber eheaper from our dealers thai
you can to send below.
Notices have been posted for
meeting, at the .office of P. Nel
son for the purpose of organizing
a eamctary association. This is
more in the right-direction, anr1
something fjreatly needed.
Ed. Slee, of Kenyon, Minn., ha--
the lumber on the"gr'6*und and wi
soon have his store erected. W
understand it is to be %lx60 with
hall over heail. His brother J. W.
Slee is "boss" of" th6 carpenter
Some enterpising mail with frorr
$10,000 to $20,000, can build
flouring mill in Warren and walk
of with fifty dollars clear profit
daily. This is no visionary state
ment, *we can prove it by indisput
able facts and figures.
Auditor Taylor is as constant and
regular in attendance at his office
as was "Gfand-f&ther's clock."
He says the county finances are in
a prosperous condition and may
show up favorably when compared
with neighboring counties.
Mr. Mentzer se^tiori arrived yes
terday to take his place as a per
manent citii-sn. lid brOight
some fine horses, which he otTer!
for sale. Parties looking for profit
able investment can catch on to i
veral handsome bonanza's right! ai? 32 and 3M. j,
A vprbfll ppijio
Good stock in considerable niiih
bers have been .brought to this
The emigrant train tvliieh OUE
town people have expected for aev
i country for breeding purposes. The
eral days past, is snow bound Oast ci
ct -n i iastesi r.ddition is by\TT Wm Stephen
of bt. Paul. i. j.- i i
Lsq., of Stephen station, who has
Our public school closes Friday purchased in Canada and brought '^'^ionev
next, at which time Prof, and Mrs.
Brown will return to their home.! thorough bred Clyde mares, and a and milage, as-(Jo. Com'r.
on Tamaf-ac. Norman horse. Marsh al countv- Wm Carrese assessing 2d
WARREN, MARSHALL COUNTY. MINNESOTA, ^ARCH^V 1881.
AH persona interested in havingj across Snake River oil'section line
a competing railroad, via, Label of sections 29-30 town 155 range -JO,
Park to Crookgton, are invited tc4reje:te/i.'/
attend a railroad meeting to be| Petition for a baidge across south
held at Crookston on Saturday
at 1 o'clock p. m. 7
Specisi Xlocting of tlni SioarA to?
We furnish our readers this
week with the published laws pass
ed by the last legislature. It will
be noticed th the time for hold
ing courts in the Eleventh Judicial
district has been changed. The
first tcym of court of Marshall
county will be held on the lastlyJVVPeacHy. iraa appointed to
Monday but one May, which|^^
would be May 23d. Polk county
has two terms they are held on the
of June and the1
second Monday in December,
March, 15, 1881.
Present A. P. Mclntyre, F. D.
Keys and A. Diamond.
For ft road beginning at Red Ri
v-er on township line between town
155 and 150 range 50 east, on the
raid line between sections 32-5, 33-
t, 34-3, 35-2, 36M, and into range
19, on said town lisie between sec
tions 31-0, 32-5, thence south into
town 155 in said range on section
between sections 4, 5 and 0.
section line between sec. Id-i6, 22-
31, 27-28, and entering into the
own road at the section post be
tween sections 34 and 33 of said
town and range, and also to a bridge
across Snake River en the above
described road. 5 Jf
The descriptions of the land over
which said new road pa-sses- are as
above and the names of the owners
of the land that arc known are as
follows: Christ JErlanson, 0. Oseth,
Geo. Land, Math-. Swenson, 8wan-
To organize a school district to
bfc composed of the following de
scribed territory, beginning at the
south-west corner of section 31
thence east to the nortli-east cor
then e-ist on section line between
sections 9-16, 10-15, 11-14, 12-13,
then entering into range 48 in said
town on the line between sections orders on this county, registered
7-18, 8-17, 9-16, then south on the} before Dec. 24, 1879, will be paid
on presentation at the County
Treasurer's office No interest will
.ier of section 21, thence south to
the south-east corner of section 33,
then- weat to the plaee of beginning.
Ths same district being three miles
square, ^embracing all of th follow-
sections 19, 20, 2130,
of Snake Hirer, on the
line between section 33 of Thn "Farmfrsf
iJ 1K" '-r
Sftld town 15o. range 46 and section
1 town 151 range 1(, veiccted. 7ar,"
T -v- I
the District Court, approved.
i Adjourned to 9 o'clock,* Marc
March, 16, 1881.l
Met pursuant to adjournment
No. 2 A. M. Brown, No, 3,
W.: T. Lacker,
g^i-v^iy: BILLS. ALLOWED.
his-far near that station, forty A'Taimon 3 days services -Marshall assessing
can fully comp*to with any of
much older counties.
While the states of lowa,^Yiscon
sin, Michigan and still south, have
been buried in an unprecedented
fall of snow, with all the sudden
life distroying changes of that ter
rible climate, wo have been favored i
as usual, with clear cloudless skier, a*it,h, $D
a cold bracing atmosphere where ^Adjourned to 10 o'clock March
the most sensitive lungs gather} \h
strength, and .the physical powers March IT, lfc81.
reach perfection. Throw away our i Meeting called to order pursuant
unequakd soil, stir and excitement adjournment.
of our business life, it would yet be
the sanitenum of the contincnty
glory eiibugh of itself.
Pioneer Press Co. blanks
SHEAF county printing
\v Slee express and posta
I) Keye 3 daj-s services and
milage as Co. Com.
A Mclntyre 3 days services
and milage as county com-
com r. District
\v Slee 3 months services
as Judge of Probate. 25
4*Resolved That the Co. Treasurer
abate the special tax to the follow
ing named persons, ths same being
a clerical error in assessment: E.
K. Ross, $8.00 L. W. Ross 3.25
N. D. Ross, $1.75, and Warren
F. D. Keye was authorized tc
rchase fixtures for a pile driver.
Met pursuant to adjournment,
O. Taylor, County Auditor's new
bond approved, provided the cleri
cal error is corrected and referred
to the County Attorney*
A. P. MCINTYRS,
Chairman Board Co* CornV.
0. TAYLOR, Clerk.
Four hundred acres of first
class land, ready for seeding, will
be let for cultivation on shares by
Chicago parties. Apply to the un
dersigned at Warren.
J. P. NELSON.
Notice is hereby given that' all
be allowed on such orders after this
date, March 23, 1881,
J. B. TITUS,
Warren, Marshall County, Minn.
'T* the Pttblia.
The racent appointmont bf a
Clerk of the District Cotrt, for Mar
shall county, gives pre-emptors
and homesteaders locfcl facilities for
son-Malborg, Skay and Dahlqmat. securing homesteads and making
F. D. Keye, A. P. Melntvro and final proofs. Hereafter, J. P. Nel-
M. Swanson are appointed to ,vie7M son, the clerk of the district Court
for this cchuty, by authority ves
ted in his office, can take applica
tions for or final proofs in home
stead and pre-empti'oh claims, at
his office in this place, excepting
town ISS range 46, thence north to' when the District Court is in ses-
the north-West corner of section 19, sion, when the presiding judge will
in open court, take final proofs.
Aliens who wish to become citi
zens of the United States, as th'ey
must before taking government
land, will gd before the sam* offi
cial, take the oath of allagie&ee
aiid receine naturalisation papers.
Hs alone can issue Carriage li-
p^n^e for ihh zy,v\t\--,
tVMy Mi A's-ti
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