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MINNESOTA.
lied Wing.
The marriage of Miss Minnie J.
Lowater, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.
P. Lowater. and Frederick Tebben
jolianns. also of this city, will take
place next Wednesday afternoon at 4
o'clock at the home of the bride's par
ents, on -West avenue, above Fourth
street.
Cards have been received here an
nouncing the marriage of Albert Nich
ols, formerly of this city, and Miss Mary
E. Games, 'a! Morris, N. V., May 17.
Mr. and Mrs. Games will make their
home in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Gov. Hubbard leaves shortly for
the East to spend the summer at Sara
toga. She will be joined there by her
daughter, Miss Julia Hubbard, who is
at nvesent attending school in New
York.
Prof. 11. B. Wilson and granddaugh
ter, Miss May Fields, have gone to Kan
sas and Missouri on a visit of several
months* duration.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Saunders are home
from a visit at St. Anthony Park with
their daughter. Mrs. Adams.
Miss Nellie Robson is home from a
three moid lis* visit with relatives and
friends in Lower Canada.
Mrs. Capt. Ray V. Lewis, of Duluth,
formerly of this city, is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. .1. M. Belanger.
Miss Ethel M. Bruce is home from
"Winona, where she has been attending
the normal school.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. Moody, of Ellsworth,
Wis., spent Saturday with friends in
this city.
M is. liorencr Taber has gone to Grand
Forks. Dak., on a visit with her son, A.
J. Taber.
Mrs. Edwin Foote is visiting at Wi
nona with her mother, Mrs. Laura
Hoard.
Miss Belle Howard is home from a
visit at Winona, with Miss lone Fulmer.
Miss Annie Chellstroin, of Minneapo
lis, is visiting in the city.
St. Cloud.
Mr. ami Mis. F. E. Searle gave a
progressive euchre party Saturday
evening. The first prizes were won by
Miss Lucy Beebe and A. H. Warner.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.Wake
man, Misses Craig, Myers, Blanchard,
Beebe, Allen, raid, Owen, Warner,
Wilson. Angell, Hayward, Anna Grace,
Elizabeth Baldwin, Crandall Tyne and
Locke; Messrs. Lamb, Mil!*;. "Russell,
McCluro, Lowry, Hoyt, Whitney, War
ner. Todd. Boobar. Alden, Clark, Pen
ning, Wellcome, Shea and Dr. Trues
dell.
Mrs. ('. F. Macdonald entertained the
Noru**a*i graduating class Tuesday even
ing. Mrs. W. B. Mitchell entertained
the same class Thursday evening.
Mi-**- Bertha Mueller, of Stillwater,
who has been the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Dr. Fenner, has returned to her
home. ..<•/•■_ ".■
Mr. arf(C Mrs. 11. C. Remolds gave a
reception Friday evening in honor of
Mr. Remolds' thirty-first birthday.
The social club of St. John's church
was entertained Friday evening by-
Miss Alice Vandersluis.
The Episcopal church Ladies' society
met with Mr*. Frank Carrier Friday
afternoon of this week.
Mrs. William O'Brien, of Pen Van, N.
V.. is visiting Mrs. William McGregor,
of this city.
Miss Helen Smith, of Bellevne, 10., is
visiting Mrs. William Westermau.
Mrs. Hubert Hansen is entertaining
Mrs. John llogan, of St. Paul.
Miss Beatrice Green has returned to
her home at Little Falls.
Miss Ella Barker, of Monticello, is
visiting Miss Rich.
Mrs. Robert Lutz has gone to Mantor
ville.
Mankato.
Azure division U. R. K. of p. gave a
ball at Ban's hall last Friday evening.
Among the ladies were Mesdames
Truesdalc, Zimmerman, Sears, Zeigler,
Johnson, Root and Stevenson, and
Misses Robinson, Lee, Carrie Bobbins,
Williams. Hutchinson, Wise, Zimmer
man, Scoutin, Yranizan. Louise Rob
bins. Wagner, Pay, Scoutin, Lidger
wood and Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Pochler and
daughters, of Henderson, attended the
K. P. party Friday evening."
Mrs. M. J. Severance and daughter
and Miss M. Cheney were at Fairbault
last Tuesday.
Mrs. Dr. Innis, of Hamline, attended
the wedding of Miss Luella Bradley
last week.
Mrs. M. K. Jones, of Minneapolis, is
the guest of Mrs. p. Zimmerman.
Miss H. S. Shoemaker, of Hamline,
was in this city Wednesday.
Mrs. W. C. French is the guest of Mrs.
E. Wilcox at Marshall.
Mis- Mary Ring, of Minneapolis, was
in town last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster have gone to
Cedar Rapids, 10.
Mrs. M. 1). L. Collester has gone to
Duiisville, N. Y.
Miss Bertha Hartinan was in St. Paul
last week.
Miss Minnie Lee was in Minneapolis
Saturday.
Mrs. G. E. Brett has gone to Henry,
Dak.
Miss Tillie Iloltz hasgoiie toWyzetta.
Miss Etta Barnes is at Albetr Lea.
Albert Lea.
Mis. E. S. Prentice's Sunday school
class gave a strawberry Festival on
Wednesday evening. Among those
who assisted were Mrs. E. S. Prentice
and Misses Ettie Armstrong, Leila
Fobes, lVarle Day, .losie Bacheldor,
Nellie Levins, Kitten Truesdell and
Lora Bitrgins.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ilovland and Mrs.
C. T. Sardison, of Argyle, Wis., are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ilovland.
The Young Ladies* Aid society gave
a social at the residence of Mrs. Simon
son, Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Burrell, ot Monti
cello, 10.. were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Erping last week.
Mrs. <>. N. Olberg and daughters re
turned home from Waupun, Wis., last
Saturday.
Mrs. Mary A. Abbott and son, of
Gregoun, Ky., are visiting Mrs. Dr.
Wilcox.
Miss Ettie Barnes, of Colorado Springs,
visited Mi*, and Mrs. B. J. Reynolds this
week.
Mrs. John Lunn entertained James
Snow, of New York city, over Sunday."
Mrs. S. Strouse entertained Mr. 1.
Adler. of Chicago, this week.
Glencoe.
Mrs. A. Countryman, of Moorhead.
Was the guest of Mrs. Latta last Mon
day.
Miss Lillie Richardson visited her
brother in Hutchinson, last Tuesday.
Mrs. Herman Miles, of Grotou, Dak.,
visited Mrs. R. S. Miles last week.
The following ladies and gentlemen
went to Browntou to attend a social last ;
Friday: Mrs. Lester, Mrs. Snyder, Mrs.
Bagley, Mrs.' Cook, Mrs. McClelland,
Misses Emma Bender, Rosa Apfeld.
Addle Newton, Grace Prior, Nolly
Welch, and Messrs. J.W. Jones, Charles
Violet, Cash Baglev, Evret Corson and
A. J. Davis. . ■"_ ••'
; Mr*, and Mrs. Ward, :of Sumter,
were in town last Saturday.; v.; .
;'. Mrs. Greogerv has returned to her
home in San Francisco, Cal.l
Mrs. Scott, from 0., sister of Dr. R.
S. Miles,- is visiting here. . - .", . *
Miss Clara Richardson was here from
Bird Island, last week. - ' r*""--
Mrs. Cook spent the first of the week
in Stewart.
Mrs. A. S. Nobles spent Sunday iv
Sumter.
Lake City.
Mrs. Dr. B. 11. Kilbouru, of Milwau
kee; Mrs. 11. B. Shears, of Tiffin, 0.;
Mrs. M. T. Shears, of Pepin, Wis., have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Whipp.
Mrs. Thompson, of Merriam Park,
who lias been visitine Mrs. W. R. Mur
ray, returned home last week.
Mrs. J. Leonard is entertaining Mr.
ami Mrs. W. C. Stewart, of Stewart
ville, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor and
daughter, of Minneapolis, are here for
the summer.
Mrs. J. E. Stevenson and Mrs. George
Kuhn, of Maiden Rock, were in town
last week.
Miss Nettie Fordham, of Tower City,
Dak., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T.
Foley.
Mrs. 11. N. Brokaw and daughter
Florence have gone to Madison, Wis.
Mrs. Albert Jones, of Red Wing, vis
ited Mrs. 11. L. Smith, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Collins have re
turned from Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Doolittle left for
Madison, Wis., Tuesday.
Miss Lizzie Ericksou has returned
from. St. Peter, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. T. Patton visited
Winona, last week.
Mrs. J. M. Dean has joined her hus
band at St. Cloud.
Mrs. A. Dorman has returned to
Minneapolis.
Belle Carruth has returned from
Sioux Fail--.
Mrs. G. J. Allen is visiting Mrs.F. W,
Sealey.
Sank Center.
Miss C-allie Trumbull, of Morris, has
been the guest of Mrs. S. Simonton a
few days.
Miss 11. M. Jenkins, of Minneapolis,
is the guest of Mrs. James O. Wake
field. '
Mrs. Charles Tuttle, of Brownsville,
was the guest of Mrs. J. Simonton.Tues
day.
Mrs. A. E. Erwin entertained the
Episcopal society Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. George La Fond, of Little Falls,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. Pendergast.
Messrs. George A. Frendenreich and
J. Hickman have gone to Grand Forks.
Mrs. L. E. Tttbbs and daughter, Miss
Julia, spent Sunday at West Union.
Miss Goss, of St. Paul, was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Maine over Sunday.
Miss Ida Day, of Minneapolis, visited
Mrs. W. Benner the past week.
Miss Mary Apfeld is the guest of Mrs.
W. McNeice, of Little Sauk.
Miss Luella Stabler, of Alexandria,
was in town Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. White spent Sun
day in Alexandria.
Mrs. Joseph Casper, returned from
Grafton, Dak., Wednesday,
Mrs. Henry Smith was in Alexandria
the past week.
Mrs. 11. B. Hunter has benn visiting
at Ashby.
Mrs. S. M. Bruce has gone to Minne
apolis.
Mrs. J. A. Norris was in St. Paul last
week.
Mrs. John Kusta is in Indiana.
Mrs. J. Tourtelotte has gone to Little
Falls.
Mrs. T. Fladeland spent Friday in St.
Paul.
Kyota.
Mr. Markham and Miss Flora Camp
bell, of Eyota township, were married
in Rochester Saturday.
Miss Ella Kinsley entertained at tea
Tuesday evening, Miss May Mitchell
and Prof. A. Putuian.
Mrs. A. T. Stebbins, of Rochester,
visited Mrs. A. B. Blair last Thursday.
Mrs. Dr. Holmes, of Orinoco, Minn.,
is visiting her father, Wm. Eckles.
Fred F. Russell and bride returned
from Chicago last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Weston gave a
card party Tuesday evening.
Mrs. 11. E. Doty and Miss Alice James
were at Rochester last week.
"Mrs. Robert Johnson is the guest of
her mother, Mrs. It. Bear.
Mrs. Winnie and Miss Anna Barnard
were in Troy, Mich.
Mrs. Mary Shelter has returned to her
home in Glencoe.
Miss Alice James has returned
from California.
Mrs. Frank Gates spent last Wednes
day in Winona-.
Mrs. Iluntly has returned from Wis
consin. *
Pipestone.
Mr. W. W. Gray, of this county, and
Miss Mary B. Scribnei, of Montpelier,
V t.. were married last Wednesday.
Mrs. Mary Cawley, of Rudolph, Wis.,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cawley.
Mrs. James B. Close and Mrs. Hum
ble, of Chicago, have returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Robey are visit
ing at Freeport, 111., this week.
Miss Addie Smith has returned home
from Milwaukee, Wis.
Miss Mary Denhart, of Trosky, was
in town last Saturday.
Miss Myrtle Smith, of Sioux Falls, was
in town Wednesday.
IS Mrs. J. G. Crowell and family have
moved to Jasper.
Miss Georgie Wise, of Hodley, spent
Sunday in town.
Miss Carrie Wilson, of Airlie, spent
Sunday in town.
Mrs. J. L. Jones visited ot Le Sueur
tlnj past week.
Miss Lizzie Hiller was at Sioux Falls
last Saturday.
Mrs. Wheeler Nesbit has gone to
Oneida, N. Y. :-.<:. ' \ v
Miss M. E. Hopp was at Slayton last
Wednesday.
Miss Lillian Hart has returned from
! Eldora, 10.
II ast i ii<*s.
Mrs. M. E. Butturff, of Fergus Falls,
and Mrs. Robert Miller, of St. Paul,
were here this week.
Mesdames Wheeler and Slewert, of
Portland, Or., were guests of Mrs. S.
A. Stultz this week.
Mrs. J. B. McKenzie, of Leadville,
Col., is the guest of Mrs. Albert Love
joy in Ravenna.
Miss Sarah Rosenhauer, of White
Pigeon, Mich., is the guest of Mrs.
Barthel Miller.
Miss Tress McCabe, of Hazel wood, is
the guest of Miss Ella A. Casserly.
Mis. Edward Vose left Wednesday
night for Chicago and Cincinnati.
Mrs. N. F. W. Kranz has removed to
St. Paul to take up a residence.
Mrs. W. J. Pattee was here from
Minneapolis this week.
Mrs. J. W. Gilboy is here from Stev
ens Point, Wis.
Mrs. J. R. Clagett is visiting In Grand
Forks, Dak.
Miss Julia M. Herbst, of St. Caul, is
in town.
Mrs. Dell Cook has gone to Mason
City, 10.
Crookston.
Mrs. A. Wells, of Portland, Dak., was
the guest of Miss Allie Box last week.
Mrs. W. F. Arnold is entertaining her
cousin, Miss Orr, of New York City.
Miss Daisey Barteau, of Angus, spent
Thursday in the city. „
Mrs. 11. I). Pinkcrton spent the week
with Mrs. Newton.
The young ladies who took part in
tiie Mikado fan drill Friday evening
I were Mesdames Dqmpier, Sawyer,
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY" GLOBE: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1888.— TWELVE PAGES
Hitchcock; Misses Aaker, Hall, Perry,
Ayes, Towey, Race, Maggie Brown,
Nettie Brown, Carrie Mix.
. Mrs. W. S. Taylor went to Minneap
olis Saturday.
Mrs. Bends spent last week at Lake
Park. Minn.
Miss Robison went to Fargo Friday
morning.
Winona.
Herbert Norton and sister and Miss
Mary Norton left on Tuesday for the
East, where they will join a party un
der the care of Dr. Bridgman. of Ham
line university, and sail for Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morse have re
turned from their wedding trip, and
are at home at the residence of W. L.
Barnes, 4*20 Winona street.
Misses lone Pennington and Lulu
Meeds, who have been attending the
Normal school, left for Stillwater on
Thursday.
Miss Ashley has gone to Minneapo
lis to visit friends. From there she
will go to Lennox, Dak., to spend her
vacation.
Prof, and Mrs. Irwin Shepard gave a
reception to the graduates and students
of the Normal school Wednesday even
ing.
Mrs. Davis and Miss Davis, of Bloom
ington, Minn., who have been the guests
of Winona friends, went home Thurs
day.
Mrs. Woodruff, of Detroit, Mich., is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. E. W.
Williams.
Miss Genevieve Clark gave a recital at
the Dramatic club rooms Friday even
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Garland, of De
corah, 10., visited in Winona this week.
Miss McSpadden entertained a num
ber of friends on Tuesday evening.
Miss Sprague, of the Normal school
faculty, has gone to Michigan.
Miss Ethel M. Bruce left Thursday
for her home at Red Wing.
Miss Timerson has gone to Oswego,
N. V.. for the summer.
Miss Clara L. Poe went to Cannon
Falls Thursday.
Miss Bertha Comee has gone to Wa
seca.
i.
Chat-field.
Mrs. James Mitchell, who has been
visiting her parents, has gone to her
home at Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Giles, of Austin,
Minn., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Glissman.
Miss Alice Campbell, of Troy, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. Tuper last
Sunday.
Mrs. Dan McGuane, of Winona, vis
isted Mrs. James House this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bush, of Dover,
Minn., spent last Sunday in town.
Miss Nellie Uamline, of St. Charles,
was in town Sunday.
Miss Ida Banco has returned from
Chicago.
Mrs. J. O'Ferrcl has returned from the
South.
Preston.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Weybright, of Isen
ours, Minn., and Misses Adela and
Metta Pickett, of this place, spent last
Sunday in Cariinona with Mrs. J. Pick
ett.
The Presbyterian Aid 'society was
entertained Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Edmonds.
Miss Hannah Rhodes, of Harmony,
Minn., is the guest of Miss Minnie
Schoenbaum.
The Methodist Aid society was en
tertained Friday afternoon by Mrs.
Powell.
Mr. and Mrs. Butler, of Canby, Minn.,
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Utley.
Mrs. A. J. Walters has retained to
her home in Dakota.
Miss Grove has returned to her home
in Decorah, 10.
Mrs. B. S. Loomis has returned from
St. Paul.
Mrs. J. Carnagie is in Wykoff, Minn.
Owatonna.
Mr. and Mrs. Kendall arrived in this
city last Saturday from Dudley, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Kendall and daughter,
Miss Jean, have gone to Boston, Mass.
Dr. Lewis, wife and children, from
Canton, Dak., are visiting Mr. Liters.
Mrs. E. J. Ames, of Austin, was the
guest of Mrs. D. J Ames this week.
Mrs. Gibbs returned to her home at
Minneapolis last Tuesday.
Miss Cadwell has returned to her
home at Mason City, 10. s
Mrs. Shears and her sou have re
turned to Minneapolis.
Mrs. Merrill, of Rice Lake, is the
guest of Mrs. Stevens.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Roberts returned to
Minneapolis Tuesday.
Mrs. Carter, of West Union, is visit
ing Mrs. Holmes.
Mrs. Welsh went to Minneapolis
Tuesday.
Miss Emma Christie is at Kasson this
week.
Roscmount.
Miss Blanch Meeker, of Farmington,
and John Oilman were guests of "Miss
Maggie llyland Sunday.
The engagement of J. Griffin, of St.
Paul, and Miss Julia Whalen, of this
place, is announced.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dordan, of Cannon
Falls, were the guests of Mrs. M. Haley
Sunday.
Miss Blanch Meeker, of Farmington,
was a guest at the Oilman farm this
week.
Mrs. Riley, after a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. T. Hogan, has returned to St.
Paul.
Mr. and Mrs.' T. F. Martin and Miss
Mamie Kelly have returned to St. Paul.
Miss Amelia Morrison spent Saturday
in Farmington.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Davern have returned
to St. Paul.
Miss Mamie Morrison spent Friday
in St. Paul.
Wabasha.
Mrs. M. E. Netherbee gave a card
party last Saturday evening. Among
the ladies present were: Mesdames
Young, Pennock, Welman, Adelle,
Stauff, Whitmore and Jones.
Miss Emlie McNairey, of Lake City,
was the guest of Miss Dora Milligan
last week.
Miss Annie Schwirtz is vi North St.
Paul visiting Mrs. Frank Luger.
Miss Josephine Ledger, of Winona, is
the guest of friends here.
Mrs. C. Hamilton and daughter have
gone to Oshkosh, Wis.
Mrs. B. A. Sladc has returned from
Sycamore, 111.
Mrs. Edward Tupper is visiting Mrs.
I. J. Pennock.
Mrs. Cross, of Lake City, was in town
Thursday.
Mrs. S. A. Brownell left on Tuesday
for Texas.
Mrs. James Glynn, of Chippewa Falls,
is in town.
Miss Celia Mitchell went to Winona
Tuesday.
Mrs. E. J. Dugr.n is in St. Paul.
Marshall.
The ladies gave a supoer last Friday
for the benefit of the public library and
reading room. Some of those presiding
at the tables were: Mesdames J. P.
Watson, Seth Johnson, C. F. Case, N.
P. Rule, B. J. Hcagle and R. F.Web
ster.
Mrs. C. C. Whitney and children are
at home from a visit at Madison, Wis.
Mrs. James Burnhard and little sou
returned last week from Chicago.
C. W. Andrews, of Missouri, is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Howard.
Luvcme.
Misses Violet Spalding, Hattie Shoe
maker and Annie Gunderson were the
guests of Mrs. Wold, of Rock Rapids
Sunday.
Miss Maggie Devey went to Beaver
Creek Monday to visit her sister. Mrs.
Dr. Sullivan.
Miss Emma Gibson returned Monday
from a visit with relations in Beaver
Creek.
Mre. S. S. Wold, of itocl*; Island, was
the guest of Mrs. F. C. Mahony last
week; . . * ;
Mrs. 11. J. Miller and daughter Edna
started for Mitchell, Dak., Saturday.
Mrs. W. O. Crawford, of ■ Beaver
Creek, was in town over Sunday. .'
Miss Kate Brazzel returned to her
home in Rock Rapids Tuesday.
Mrs. G. A. Mead started for Wauke
sha, Wis., Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hosmer, of Adrian, were
in town Tuesday. •';..;
. ! Miss Carrie Gunderson went to Sioux
Falls Tuesday. . ■■.':- • :
Austin.
Mrs. George Baird gave a reception
last Friday evening in honor of her
son and his wife.
Miss Haley, of Clinton, 10., is the
guest of Miss Lulu Smith.
Miss Sherwood, of Albert Lea, is
visiting Miss May Dodge.
Mrs. O. L. Miller was the guest of
Mrs. Schlender this week. ' . .
Miss Case returned to her home in
St Charles Wednesday. .. ;■•..,".
Mrs. Hunter returned to her home in
Wisconsin Wednesday.
Mrs. Leland, of Owatonna, is enter
tained by Mrs. Bryon.
Miss Kittie Spillane returned Tues
day from Rochester. ! ■
Mrs. Oxley, of Grafton, is the guest
of Mrs. Chapman. '
Mrs. Joe Schwau returned from St.-
Paul Tuesday. ;
Miss Maxwell came over from Winona
last Sunday.
Mrs. Giles is visiting her parentis iii' ,
Chatfield.- ;.•'•{>••".■■•"•
Miss Webb left Tuesday for St. Paul.
Janesville.
Mrs. G. J. Enteman, of Eagle Lake,
was in town last Saturday evening.
Mrs. James Pearson, of Mankato, vis
ited Mrs. A. B. Clark this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Blakesley and family
spent last Sunday in this place.
Miss Lena Hall returned to her home
in Owatonna last Tuesday.
Mrs. L. B. V. Welch is entertaining a
sister from Wisconsin.
Mrs. Stewart is in town visiting Mrs.
J. D. Peabody.
Mrs. J. Chandler is at Pleasant Grove,
Minn.
Mrs. Mary Davidson is in town,
Miss M. A. Hall is in Winona.
Fergus Falls.
Miss Jennie Partridge has accepted a
position as teacher in the public schools
at Fargo, Dak.
Mrs. J. A. Colehourand Mrs. S. Jacob
son, of Battle Lake, were in Fergus
Monday.
Mrs. Belle Bereman, of Wadena, spent
a part of this week in town.
Mrs. C. H. Sikes has been visiting at
Lisbon, Dak.
Mrs. Hattie Huttoii has gone to St.
Paul.
Mrs. C. D. Baker left Thursday for St.
Paul.
Mrs. Lindquist, of Casselton, is in this
city.
Hutchinson.
Miss Lillie Richardson, of Glencoe,
visited Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Richardson
this week.
Mrs. J. H. Gould has returned to Min
neapolis to remain with her son, George
Gould.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. V. Lewis are en
tertaining Mrs. Lewis, of Waseca.
. Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Hunt returned
home last week from St. Paul.
Mrs. Byers is entertaining her mother
and brother, of Hastings.
Mrs. Ellen Harrington has returned
from Lake Miunetonka.
Miss Louise Kruger, of Plato, is in
Hutchinson.
Shakopee.
Miss C. S. McLeod, Mankato, spent a
week with her. sister, Mrs. James Mc-
Hale. : .'.;•;'
Mrs. C. 11. Lord, Minneapolis, spent a
few days in this city this week. j* -
Mrs. Eli Southworth spent Monday
and Tuesday in the Twin Cities.
Mrs. F. H. Potts returned Thursday
from a visit to Savannah, 111. * '
Miss Bertha Heidenreich, St. Paul, is
the guest of her parents.
Mrs. H. B. Strait visited the Twin
Cities during the week.
Mrs. Henry Schumacher, St. Paul, is
visiting relatives.
Mrs. Hubert Marx departed for St.*
Louis Tuesday.
Mrs. Julia Lord nas gone to Devil's
Lake, Dak.
Mrs. Gerhard Hilgers visited Mankato
Tuesday.
Pine Island.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sullivan and Miss
Mary O'Neill, who have been visiting
Mrs. C. A. Smith, have returned to their
home at Baraboo, Wis.
Mrs. W. AV.Cutshall and Miss Joseph
ine Smith aie attending the com
mencement at the Winona normal.
Mrs. I. F. Clark and Mrs. D. J. Saw
yer spent Sunday at Oronoco, the guests
of Mrs. Clay.
Miss Mattie Foster, of Rochester,
spent Sunday with Mrs. D. E. Sawyer.
Miss Florence Miller, of Roscoe, is
the guest of Miss Josephine Smith.
Miss Etta MacManus is visiting Miss
Hattie Blanch, at Mautorvilie.
Dodge Center.
Mrs. E. A. Parsons and Miss Hattie
Miller, of Rochester, spent last week
with Mrs. B. B. Parsons.
Misses O. Nelson a'ud Elvena Emer
son, of Rochester, were in town Tues
day.
Mrs. James Thomson has returned
from Cresco, 10.
Mrs. E. Weston has returned to Min
neapolis.
Mrs. 11. Griswold was in llayfield last
Sunday.
Mrs. E.Uewitt has gone to Neillsville,
Wis.
Little Falls.
A large number of Rev. D. Donavan's
friends gave him a surprise party
Wednesday evening.
Miss Edith Davidson, of St. Paul, vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Davidson this week.
Mrs. T. Chipperfield spent several
days last week at Gray Eagle, Minn.
Miss Maud Pendergast, of Sauk Cen
ter, is visiting Mrs. G. Lafond.
Mrs. James Stanch field has come here
from Minneapolis to live.
Waseca.
Miss Emma Goetzman has resigned
her position in the Austin school for
one in the high school in this city.
The Boys' and Girls' Mission band
gave a sociable at the home 0. D. Sawin
last Friday evening.
Mrs. Knox, of the W. C. T. U., visited
Mrs. J. L. Claghorn last week.
Miss Susie Myer, of Janesville, was in-,
town the past week.
Mrs. M. D. L. Collester has gone to
Danville, N. Y.
Mrs. Toohey has gone to Minneapolis..
Mrs. and Mr. Joe Truax are in town.
' " Z ;j
Luverne. , ,•
Miss Porter, of Adrian, was the guest
of Miss Jennie Myers last week. js n
Mrs. Charles Bushnell, of Rock.
Rapids, was in town Wednesday. - •';
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Delemater have
gone to Nora, 111., to live. ; *
Mrs. Lawrence, of Rock Rapids, was
in town Wednesday. • .. i • ... --;
Mrs. Crosby returned from Sioux
Falls Tuesday. f _
Mrs. L. S. Nelson, of Adrian, was in
town Monday. i *** 'ft
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Anoka.
Miss Ada M. Gage, accomnaiiied by
her aunt, Mrs. W. 11. Watson", left the
last of the week for Providence, R. I.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Coburn, of St.
Francis, visited Mrs. Woodruff, of
Chainplin, during the week.
Miss Dora Randolph and mother have
gone to St. Cloud for the summer.
Mrs. Henry W. Featherstone has re
turned from the South.
Miss Lottie piuyinier ettfertajned a
party of young friends ; Monday even
mg. *g**aiEß
Mrs. Edward L. Reed is in Washing -
ton, D. C.
St. Charles.
■ ■ Mrs. J. Marsden and children, of
Chicago, arc visiting relatives here.
Mrs. Ed Cutter and Mrs. M. Cutter, of
Dover, were in town Thursday.'
Miss Emma Fry,, of Winona, is visit
ing at Mrs. J. D. Zickrick's.
Mrs. I. Christie has returned, to her
home in Devils Lake, Dak.
Miss Eva Hatfield returned from Wi
nona Saturday evening.
Charles Ycrrish and wife have re
turned from California.
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Gould are visiting
herefrom Nerstrand. '* ::
Mr. and ' Mrs. Harry Avery have re
turned to Rochester.
Mrs. C. Kingsly and son, of Dover, are
visiting in the city.
Mrs. Charles Stiller . returned from
Winona Monday.
Mrs. G. 11. Yardner was in Plain
view, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Lund visited in" Wi
nona last week.
Miss Minnie Merrick returned from
Dover Monday.
Mrs. Birdge, of Dover, is visiting
friends here.
. Mrs. J. B. Soboleski, of Plainview, is
in town.
Miss Lottie Thomas is home from the
East.
Lewiston.
Miss Belle Rice and Miss Gertrude
Ramer are visiting Miss Lizzie Rice in
Winona.
Mrs. John Yackel and Miss Caroline
Yackel went to Winona Saturday.
Miss Minnie Heck and Miss Emma
Dorn are visiting in St. Charles.
Miss Mary McNutt returned from
Winona Saturday evening.
Mrs. Charles Pabst and daughter went
to Winona Saturday. .....;
Mrs. A. F. Seigler returned from
Winona Saturday.
Mrs. Carl Nceb, of Winona, is in town.
DAKOTA.
Fargo.
The following ladies are members of
the Fargo Comedy company just or
ganized: Mrs. G. A. Putnam, Mrs. M.
R. Knowles, Mrs. George Nichols, Mrs.
Mrs. W. E. Dodge, Miss Daisie Drie and
Miss Alba Flint.
Cards are out announcing the
marriage of Miss Mamie Hayden and
Lieut. C. P. Miller at the residence of
the bride's parents, Thursday, May 31. .
Thursday evening a pleasant recep
tion was given Mrs. M. Barber, wife of
the new Baptist minister, in the parlors
of the First Congregational church.
Mrs. Lieut. Steele, of Fort Worth,
Kan., will spend the summer with Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Folsome.
Mrs. J. W. Gribble and daughter Eva,
of Fort Scott, Kan., are the guests of
Mrs. W. W. Smith.
W. J. May, of this city, was married
last Sunday to Miss Ada Kerber, of
Stillwater.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Allen are enter
taining Dr. and Mrs. Jones, of Phila
delphia.
Mrs. B. Denton, nee Cora Plumley,
arrived in this city Thursday evening.
Mrs. Haskell and two daughters, of
St. Paul, are visiting Mrs. E. ii. Pray.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Wilder, of Cassel
ton, spent a day in the city this week.
Miss Jennie Crawford gave a birth
day party Tuesday evening.
Miss Jennie Clark, of Georgetown, is
visiting the Misses Parker.
Miss Lou Cochran, of Westfield, Wis.,
is visiting her brother.
Mrs. Hoisiugton and daughter Merti,
have gone to Denver.
Mrs. W. C. Jacobs has rejoined her
husband here.
Mrs. Lewis and children are visiting
Mrs. Bilbie. * ;
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Murphy have gone
to St. Paul. -
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Follett have gone
East. ;- ; ;-;'.'
Capt. and Mrs. De Mors have gone
East.
Mrs. Col. Thomas has gone East.
Grand Forks.
Rev. A. L. Gillett, for three years
past pastor of the Congregational church
of this city, with his wife, leaves next
week for Connecticut, where Mr. Gillett
has accepted a professorship in one of
the colleges.
Miss Marian Willis gave an elocu
tionary entertainment Thursday even
ing under the auspices of G. A. R. and
W. R. C.
Miss Lou Cochrane, who has been the
guest of Judge Cochrane and wife for
a month past, left last Saturday for
Fargo.
Mrs. 0. J. Warren, Misses Jennie
Aborn and Jennie Hempstead, a party
from Emerado, are guests at the In
galls. . -
Mr. and Mrs. George D. Lay and fam
ily left Wednesday for an extended trip
through Illinois and Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Burns left
Wednesday for an extended visit with
relatives and friends in lowa.
Mr. and Mrs. John Truax and family
left Thursday for their new home at
Langdon.
Mrs. 11. P. Rucker, who spent the
winter in Florida, returned home last
Monday.
Mrs. Van Alstyne, late of Albany, N."
V., has taken up a permanent residence
here.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Clifford will
be at home to their friends after June
15.
George D. Lay and wife left Wednes
day for a visit in Illinois and Michigan.
A social will be given at the residence
of Mrs. E. M. Prouty next Thursday.
George B. Clifford and Miss Minnie
Cooley were married Wednesday.
Misses Edith Strong and Kate Rielly
returned Thursday from Lakota.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Cole returned
from Minneapolis Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Labire have gone
East to spend the summer.
Mrs. J. W. B. Hunter returned
Wednesday from Ojato.
B. C. Tiffany and family will soon
go to California to live.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. McLaughlin left
Wednesday for Lakota.
Miss Hopkins, of Chicago, is visiting
Mrs. W. J. Murphy.
St. Paul's Church guild met Mrs. Dr.
S. Irwin Thursday. .
Mrs. George A. Eastman spent last
Sunday at Fargo.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Parsons returned
home Thursday. •
Dr. and Mrs. Logan spent Thursday
at Ardock. . "
Mrs. Willis Joy has gone to Maine.
Grafton.
Mrs. Thomas Burroughs and family
' and Miss Woods have goue to their fut
ure home in Montana.- :
Mrs. Mc Jen net entertained Mrs. T.
Burroughs and Miss Woods at tea Sat
urday afternoon. ;-,"v
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery, of Miuto,
were in Grafton this week.
Mrs. Mahler and son left on Monday
for Syracuse, N. Y.
Mrs. Herman eagant was in town
Saturday. ;>-•:._*... -i-";?
Mrs. Capser has returned to Sauk
Center.
Watertown.
Col. and Mrs. C. W. Ainsworth have
been entertaining Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Ives and Miss Boerster, of St. Lawrence.
i —Mrs. R. E. Carpenter has been
entertaining Misses Hattie and Jennie
Beecher, of Redfield, D. T.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Williamson are
entertaining Mr. Williamson's parents,
from Owatonna, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dodds are enter
taining Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wylie, of
Minneapolis.
is the guest ;of her brother, H. T.
Schaller.
- Mrs. A. C. Mellette has " been enter
taining Mrs. W. W. Taylor, of Redfield.
Miss Mary ScUaUer, of . Sparta, Yfif. t
Col. and Mrs. M. W. Sheafe were at
home to their friends Friday evening.
Mrs. John Kemp is entertaining Mrs.
D. D. Cheney, of Sparta, Wis. ;
Mrs. Ed Rice and son are visiting
friends in Sparta, Wis.
—Mrs. Thomas Baldwin has returned
from Marshall, Minn.
—Mrs. 11. S. Fletcher has gone to
Hammond, Wis.
—Mrs. E. H. Ulrich visited Castle
wood last week.
Mrs. T. A. Kingsbury has gone to
Sioux Falls.
Sioux Falls.
Mrs. Sherman, who has been at the
home of her son, E. A. Sherman, has re
turned to Massachusetts. /.
Mrs. Clark, who has been the guest
of Mrs. Dr. Tuff ts, has returned to her
home in Vermont.
Miss Lizzie I'ettigrew is in Washing
ton, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Noyes.
Mrs. Frank Gillett entertained a few
lady friends Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. John Hanna, of Danville, 10., is'
the guest of Mrs. J. W. Wherry.
Mrs. Bodker and children have re
turned from Chicago.
Mrs. Frank Irvine has returned from
a Wisconsin trip.
Mrs. A. G. Smith and Miss Myrtle are
at Pipestone.
Mrs. L. A. Pickett has gone to Roch
ester, N. Y.
Mrs. Dr. Merrick was at Rushmore
this week. • '■.•-*-
Mrs. Peak, of Sioux City, was in town
this week. r .- -;
Mrs. M. Bridge has got back from
Decorah.
Mrs. Auditor Ward is in* Cedar
Rapids.
Miss Emma Glick is visiting in Hart
ford.
Mrs. C. C. Carpenter is in Chicago.
Aberdeen.
In the opera "Little Tycoon," pre
sented by local talent Friday aud Satur
day evenings, the following ladies and
gentlemen took prominentlparts'Mrs. J.
T. Goodes, Mrs. J. 11. Perry. Mrs. W.D.
King, Mrs. L. C. Dennis, Mrs. W. P.
Butler, Mrs. Markham. Mrs. T. I). Gil
more, Miss Sue Smith, Miss Fannie
Reed, Miss Line, and Messrs. Charles
Brockway, Fred McArthur, Hiram
Pratt. E. D. Spear, James W. McChes
ney, Frank Thompson, George L. and
F. 11. Shoals, Frank Culver, Charles
Garland and J. H. Davis.
The Society of Christian Endeavor
tendered a recption to the Rev. Mr.
Barbour at the residence of T. 11. Paul
hamus Wednesday evening.
Deacon Ireland, of Granite Falls,
■ Minn., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John B.
Moore.
The Young Ladies' Guild met with
Miss Emily Mcßride Wednesday after
noon. ;*■•:•".•_ •-.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Trask and Miss
Florence Pratt have gone to New York.
Miss Rebecca Evans gave a progress
ive euchre party Thursday evening.
John Jewett and Effie Higgins were
married Monday evening.
Mrs. A. W. Campbell is visiting at
Viroqua, Wis. /_;";.
Mrs. B. C. Yorks has gone to New
York.
Mrs. F. P, Hasley, of Putney.is in the
city.
Huron.
Rev. G. W. Collier and wife, of Fort
Totten,the-guests of W.H. 11. Jones and
family, have returned home.
Mr. and Miss Volkmar, of Milbank,
were guests of Mrs. A. B. Melville this
week.
Mrs. C. B. McDonald, of De Smet,
visited Mrs. J. M. Snedigar this week.
Mrs. Col. Bullnrd and daughter, of
Pierre, were in the city Thursday.
Miss Maggie Thompson, of Wolsey,
visited Miss Lou Corbin this week.
Miss Kenyon is entertaining her sister
Nellie, of Rochester, Minn.
The Alpha club met with Mrs. N. T.
Smith Friday afternoon.
Miss Jennie Macdonald spent the
week near Cavour.
Miss Nellie McCulleu spent Sunday
in Wessington.
Mrs. Young, Ree Heights, was in
town Thursday.
Mrs. M. W. Sherrer has gone to Roch
ester, Minn,
Mrs. N. D. Walling has returned from
Chicago. @tfS
Mrs. George Bradley is at home from
Miller.
Mrs. J. C. Donaldson has gone to De
troit.:%B&
Mrs. A. Wardall has returned from
lowa.
Mrs. J. E. Turner has gone East.
Mrs. C. C. Huff is in Yankton.
Kedfield.
Mrs. n. Uhlefclder and daughter, and
Mrs. J. Kohlman, of Seattle, W. T., are
visiting Mrs. M. G. Myers.
The ladies of the M. E. society gave a
supper Wednesday at the residence of
Mrs. Howard.
Mrs. W. Roddle, of Brookings, was
the guest of Mrs. G. E. Watkins the
past week.
The women's relief corps met with
Mrs. A. Kemmefer Saturday evening.
Mrs. Bryden and daughters, of Wis
consin, are visiting Mrs. Dayon.
Mrs. G. Beebe has returned to her
home in Piano, 111.
C. Fribey is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.
D. Fribey.
Mrs. G. E. Watkins has gone to
Piano, 111.
Mrs. P. M. Ward has gone to Sioux
City, 10.
Mrs. J. L. Case, of nighmore.-is in
town.
Mrs. James Rowe has gone to Gary.
Webster.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hutchinson have
returned from Los Angeles, Cal.
Mrs. Era Winchell, of Cedar Rapids,
10., is the guest of Mrs. C. E. Wheeler.
Dr. and Mrs. Brooks spent Sunday
with friends at Butler.
Mrs. S. C. Button has gone to St.
Paul and other eastern points.
Mrs. Wilson, of Andover, is the guest
of Mrs. Frank Bowen.
Mrs. Elitha White, of Andover, spent
Monday here.
Mrs. C. Louis, of Bristol, was in town
Monday.
Mitchell.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hitchcock enter
tained the Chautauqua circle Monday
night.
Miss Verne Fosdick is in Canton, the
guest of Mrs. Edson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Atkins are home
from California.
Mrs. A B. Schuyler left Tuesday for
Denver, Col.
Mrs. R. J. Taylor left for Minneapolis
Wednesday.
Mrs. A.J. Edgerton has returned from
Yankton.
Miss Ollie Mix has gone to Cedar
Rapids.
Miss Mattie McDonald is in Alex
andria.
Ipswich.
Aid. A. A. Dixon, of Chicago, who
has been visiting his sister, Miss Kate
Carson, returned home Thursday.
Mrs. C. W. Starling, of Aberdeen, who
has been the guest of Mrs. C. A. Rice,
has returned to her home.
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. meet
with Mrs. A. F. Stone Thursday.
The Young Ladies guild meet this
week with Miss Tannie Brown.
Mrs. A. B. Chubbuck entertained a
number ot friends to-day.
Yankton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Van Somers have re
turned from a six months' European
wedding tour. They will make their
future home at Tyndall.
" Miss Lou Beatley, of Minneapolis,
will spend the summer with Mrs. E. G.
Edgerton. * *
Mrs. J. T. Coxhead is the guest of
Mrs. Bines, at Elk Point.
Miss Fannie Maratta has returned
from St. Paul. '•:;>*.;':-; -
Mrs. S. B. Coulsou spent the week in
Sioux City. .'V^l;
Mrs. E. G. Ledyard, of Sioux Falls, is
in the city.
WISCONSIN.
-"-" Chippewa Falls.
Mrs. William Sellers is entertaining
Mrs. S. 11. Sechler and daughters, of
Wakefield.
Mrs. O'Brien, St. Paul, and Mrs. (Ml
bert, of Cadott, are guests of Mrs. Mike
Hull.
Mrs. Henry Michaelstetter, of Sioux
City, is the guest of. Mrs. W. H. Stod
dard.
P. T. Farrel and wife returned
Wednesday from Washington territory.
Miss Fanny Ginty entertained friends
Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
Rev. W. R. Irish and wife returned
from Dakota Wednesday. ...
John McGillis and Miss Kate Walker
will be married Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs J. 11. Netzer, of Still
water, are in the city.
Mrs. F. Diel has returned to her home
in Syracuse. N. Y. . '•
Mrs. William Irvine gives a whist
party this evening, -
Miss • Ida Olson gave a reception
Thursday evening. ' \
Miss Jennie Lashnay was in Eau
Claire Thursday.
Mrs. T. W. Martin has returned from
the Pacific coast.
Mrs. A. W. Victor and daughter are
in Shellsbury.
Mrs. W. L. Seymour is in Milwau
kee.
Mrs. L. J. Rusk is in Madison.
Eau Claire.
Mrs. A. H. Gordon and Miss Gordon,
of Waupaca,on their return froth (Wash
ington Territory, are guests of Mrs. F.
11. Blackwell aud Mrs. E. J. Whereatt,
of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Balcom,of Bath.
N. V., visited Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Put
nam this week.
Mrs. Charles Porter, of Hudson, was
the guest of Mrs. W. K. Collin this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Chrissinger
contemplate removing to Minneapolis.
Mr. J. B.Wilson and Miss Nellie Will
iams were married last Monday.
Mrs. 11. M. Stocking and Mrs. D. W.
Day are in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Haggard are trav
eling in lowa.
Prescott.
Mr. August Polenska and Mrs. Elstene
Conradt, both of Washington county,
Minn., were married here Monday.
Mrs. Frank A. Ross and Miss Carrie
Newell, of West Superior, arrived in
the city Saturday.
Miss Edna Clements, of Red Wing, is
spending a few days with Miss Annie
Katzenberger.
Mrs. P. D. Freese and daughter
Maude were in St. Paul Friday.
Miss Ella Moran, of St. Paul, was in
Prescott the first of this week.
Miss Emma Wilson returned to Mill
bank,. Dak., Wednesday.
Dr. H. C. Cotton started Wednesday
evening for Bangor, Me.
Mrs. John Ives, of St. Paul, visited
here this week.
Miss Jessie Bailey returned from the
East Sunday.
Miss Mary Swanstrom is home from
St. Paul.
Mrs. James Gunn has gone to Terre
Haute.
Neillsville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sires and Mr. and
Mrs. J. 11. Sires, of Eau Claire, were in
town tins week.
Miss Lizzie Neverman entertained
Miss Lena Shafer, of Merrillan, this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dewhurst have
returned from the East. *
Mrs. R. F. Kountz is the guest of Mrs.
Hubbell, at Greenwood.
Miss Alice Gwin, of Greenwood, was
in town last week.
Mrs. I). A. Sires lias returned from
Eau Claire.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cornwell are at
Ashland.
IOWA.
Cresco.
A wedding reception for Mr. and
Mrs. E. Heinman was given Wednes
day afternoon at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Miller. Mr. and Mrs.
Heinman left Wednesday night for
Chicago.
Mrs. L. E. Smith and Miss Fanny
Noble have returned from Jennings,
La., having visited there several months
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Noble.
Misses Clarice Chapin and Josephine
Strother spent last Sunday in Chester,
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REAL ESTATE
UNDER A
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Decree in Partition !
Juliet P. Mattocks. Plaintiff, vs. John Mat
tocks, Sarah Mattocks, Brewer Mattock**
Emma Mattocks, Julia B. Northrup, Henry*
J. Northrup, Helen P. Spencer, George
Spencer. Walter H. Mattocks, James Selbji
Mattocks, Sherwood S. Mattocks, Fanny tV
Mattocks and Jessie P. Mattocks and All
Persons Unknown Having or Claiming an
Interest in the Property Described in the
Complaint in this Action, Defendants.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a
decree of the District Court of the Second
Judicial District and County of Ramsey, State
of Minnesota, rendered and made in the above
entitled-action on the 11th day of April, A.
D. 1888, whereby, among other.things, it was
decreed that the property described in the
complaint be sold by " the undersigned
referees, at public vendue to the highest
bidder for cash, that we will sell the south**
east quarter of the southwest quarter of
section twenty-four, township twenty nines
of range twenty two, lying and being in the
County of Ramsay and Stale of Minnesota, at
the front door of the Court House in St,
Paul, at the corner of Wabasha and Fifth"
streets, on Saturday, the 2d day of June,
A. P. 1883, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
to the highest bidder therefor for cash.
Ten per cent of the bid of the party to
whom said land is struck off must be paid
j down at the time and place of sale, or the un
dersigned will again at once offer the same
for sale; balance of bid must be paid upon
confirmation of sale and delivery of deed*
The tract will be cold in one parcel.
R. W. JOHNSON,
J. J. WATSON,*
W. H. II YX DM AN.
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