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VOL. XV.—NO. 5.
BUSINESS CARDS.
w. H. MEBBIOK,
LAWYER,
Blehards' Blook, Austin, Minn. 40-1
QBMANZO ALLBN,
JUDQB OP PROBATE,
»D(1 Agent. Collec-
w«l T£fLM,«1™e*.***•
Offl0®
,n
^^MoDONALD, M. D., O. M..
of
Baaford's
nlook, Austin, Minnesota. 39.1
McOill Medical college. MntreaL
has located in Austin for the yaipcw of practicing
his profession. Office it Rev. g. W. Day's rest?
8l"*re' where all day and
•ight calls will be promptly responded to.
W. L. HOLLISfKB, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Corner of Main and Winona Street*, Austin, Min­
nesota. No card*. jnnao
M. QBEENMAN,
ATTORSBY AT LAW.
Will practice in the courts of record, and the U. S
®.fflcd
lu
Schleuder's block, Main street,
Austin, Minn. 40 ly
D. B. JOHNSON, J*.,
ATTORNBY AT LAW,
Austin, Minn. Pi aotices in all the courts of the
mate. Prompt attention giveu to Oollectincr. Of­
fice over the Mower County Bank. juo20
RAILWAY HOUSE,
HALL HA
Proprietor!. Bates, $2.00 per day. Good 8amale
Booms up town. OuesU carried to and from the
city free of charge. Up town connect by tele
phone at Olemmer fc Pooler's. Austin, Minn.
"^TINDSOB HOUSE,
GBRMAtN,
Proprietor. Newly fitted and refurnished through­
out. Terms reasonable. 'Boa to and from all
rams. Telephone connection with depot.
JJKD CEDAB MTT.TJi,
J. GREGSOS,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in the beat
brands of Orecers' and Bakers' Flo ir. Also all
kinds of Mill Feed for sale at his store on Vain
*nd
lhe
•outn of the city.
BS. U. L. AMES,
Mill, two miles
(Or bitter known as MBS. TOPUFF.) is back to
Austin, to attend to all calls aa MID-WIFE, day or
night. She la the right woman in the right place.
Boom over Sweningson & lohuon'i store. P. O
Box 371.
W. M. HOWE,
LATB REGISTER OF DEEDS,
Has a complete Abstract of title to »Uthe Real Es
(ate in Mower cjunty. Will et*min li Ins, piv
taxes for non-residents, etc. Office in Dunclcel
Ban's blook. junao
N. WHEAT, M. D.,
HOMQSOPA TBIC PHYSICIAN JC SURGEON.
Office and residence corner St. Paul and Mill Sts.,
Austin, Minn. jtin3
y^AFAYETTE FBENOH,
ATTORNBY AT LA W,
Austin, Minn. Collections and other busia 84 at­
tended to earefnliyand promptly. Agent oi the
£tna and other Fire Iusnraace companies office
Bank block. juntti
A. BATES,
•URuncTCBn mo sum
LIGHT AND HE A VY CARRIAGES,
Makes these goods to order in a ip- top, satisfactory
manner. Dexter and side bir baggie specialtj.
Fac'ory northeast corner of public square, Au-tin,
Minnesota. 40-ly
E. B. CRANE,
ATTORNBY AT LA W,
Seal Estate and Collection Agent. Taxes paid f«r
aon-residents. l-w Office, 3d floor of Dnnkehnan's
new block, Main street. l#.if
•pULLOCK PIEBCE,
BARBBRS HAIR DRBSSBRS.
Booms under Mower County Bank, Mtin street,
Austin, Minn. Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay.
All branches of the busintss conducted the most
approved style. BrBatha—plonge or shower, hot
or cold—attached.
M. OAMEBON,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
And Beal Estate Agent. Collections made and
taxes paid. Office, north side Public Square, in
brick building, Austin, Minn.
~P|" A. A VERY,
DENTIST,
insrii, mi.
Office over Dona
VOID'SDrug store
BROWNSDALE.
"yyZISEB ft SHOBTT,
REAL BSTA
TB COLLECTION A
GENTS,
Conveyancers and Notaries Public, Brownsdale,
Minn. Improved and wild lands for sale in Mower
and Dodge counties. Titles examined and taxes
paid for non-residents. JnnSO
SOCIETIES.
JjTIDELITT LOIOE, No. M, A. ¥. A. M.
A The regular communications of this lodge
_Ar«r« held la Masonic Hall, third story Bis
XX ford's block, Auitln, Minnee la. on the firat
and third Wednesday evenings of each
month. O. L. WEST, W. M.
L. a,BA8FOBD, Secretary.
gOTAL ABOH CHAPTER, No. 14.
4 The stated convocations of this Ohap er ar»
jQhrld in Masonic Hall, Ans la, Minnesota, on
^T^he
second
and fourth Friday veuings of ich
month. 0. WK'iT, B. P.
F. I. OiMi, Secretary.
gT. BKBNABD COMMANDERY, K.'. T.v No. 3.
IOI Meets 1
^Lmonth at
•O* C. H.
Meats aeoond Monday evening of iach
Masonic aU.
D. B. SMITH. IT. C.
Divnsox, Recorder-
O O.F.
The regular meetings of Austin
-Lodge, No. 30, are held lu their hall
-every Tuesday evening. Odd Fellows
from other Jurisdictions, whose busi­
ness may lead them to Austin, are invi-ed
to visit us. W. H. BULLOCK, N. O.
A. DEXXSLBAOB, Secretary.
JEWELRY.
"DON'T YOU FORUtT IT!"
Gk Sch.leiad.er
IS AUSTIN'S
PIONEER
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
SILVER-PLATED
WARB, ETC
VCall on him, and look over bis elegant stock
sin street.
^LYOIi&HKALV
IMt A lawM HkiCktaM.
MOWER
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
Showing Receipts and Expenditures of
MOWER COUNTY,
For the Year Unfling
FEBRUARY 28TH, 1882.
COUNTY PROPERTY.
Court house, jail and lots $5,000 00
Fixtures in court house and jail 500 00
N SI, 103 18, poor farm 4,000 00
Live stock on poor farm 341 50
Farm machinery 322 15
Household furniture, bedding, etc 167 45
Seed grain on hand 200 00
Block (13), city of Austin 8,000 00
Court house foundation, not complete... 4,000 00
Total value of county property $22,531 10
CountyAindson hand March 1,1881....918.395 11
County tax collected from March 1,1881.
to June 1.1881
Penalty and interest from March 1,1881,
to June 1, 1881 747 35
Probate fees from March 1,1881, to June
1, 1881
D. M. Thompson, for coal, from Match 1,
1881, to June 1.1881
District treasurer, for text books, from
March 1,1881, to June 1,1881
Interest on deposits from March 1,1881,
to June 1,1881
County tax collected from Junel, 1881,
to October 1,1881
Dist treasurer, for textbooks, from June
1,1881, to October 1, 1881
Penalty and interest from June 1,1881,
to October 1,1881
Interest on deposits from June 1,1881, to
October 1,1881
Produce from poor farm from June 1,
1881, to October 1,1881
County tax collected from October, 1,
1881, to March 1,1882
Penalty and interest from October
1,1881,
to March 1,1882
Interest on deposits from October 1,1881,
to March 1,1882
Dist. treasurer, for text books from Oc­
tober 1,1881, to March 1,1882
Produce from poor farm from October 1,
1881, to March 1, 1882
Jury fees from October 1,1881, to March
I 1882
Probate fees from October i, 1881, to
March 1, 1882
Total
County fund on hand March 1,1882.
Grand Total
March 45 00
25, P. T. Mclntyre, salary, Co. treas­
urer, for March 125 00
30, H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for,April 125 00
30, H. G. Griswold, salary, auditor's
clerk, for April 58 34
May 2, Ormanzo Allen, salary, judge pro­
bate, for April 75 00
4,0. Finhart, salary, jailer, for
April 45 00
5, G. r.Goodwin, salary, Co. att'y,
for April 66 66
23, P. T. Mclntyre, salary, Co. treas­
urer, for April 125 00
April 5, A. H. Tuttle, salary, Co. supt for
March 106 00
30, A. H. Tuttle, salary, Co. supt. for
April 100 00
June 1, A. H. Tuttle, salary, Co. supt. for
May 100 00
1, H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for May 135 00
1, H. G. Griswold, salary, auditor's
clerk, for May 58 34
1, P. T. Mclntyre, salary, co. treas­
urer, for May 125 00
2, Ormanzo Allen, salary, judge pro­
bate, for May 75 00
4, O. Finhart, Jr., salary, jailer, for
May 45 00
13, G. F. Brand, salary, overseer poor,
for March, April and May 91 25
14, G. F. Goodwin, salary, Co. att'y,
for May 66 66
29, G. F. Goodwin, salary, Co. att'y,
for June 66 66
30, H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for June 125 00
30, H. ,G. Griswold, salary, auditor's
clerk, for June 58 34
July 1, Ormanzo Allen, salary, judge pro­
bate, for June 75 00
2, A. H. Tuttle, salary, Co. supt. for
June a 100 00
5, O. Finhart, salary, jailer, for June 45 00
30, A. H. Tuttle, salary, Co. supt for
July 100 00
30, H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for July.... 125 00
30, H. G. Griswold, salary, auditor's
clerk, for July 58 34
14, Dr. G. M. AlsdurS, salary,Co.phy­
sician, March, April, May and
June 30 00
14, P. T. Mclntyre, salary, Co. treas­
urer, for June 125 00
Aug. 3. P. T. Mclntyre, salary, Co. treas­
urer, for July 125 00
6, O. Finhart, salary, jailer, for July 45 00
2, Ormanzo Allen, salary, judge pro­
bate, for July 75 00
31, H. G. Griswold, salary, auditor's
clerk, for August 58 34
31. H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for August. 125 00
31, G. F. Brand, salary,overseer poor,
for July 30 42
July 19, G. F. Brand, salary, overseer poor,
for Jnne 30 42
Sept. 2, Ormanzo Allen, salary, judge pro­
bate, for August 75 00
5, P. T. Mclntyre, salary, Co. treas­
urer, for August 125 00
14, G. F. Brand, salary, overseer poor,
for August 30 42
10, O. Finhart, Jr., salary, jailer, for
August 45 00
30, H. G. Griswold, salary, auditor's
clerk, for September 58 34
30, P. T. Mclntyre, salary, Co. treas­
urer, for September end 26th.. 108 42
30, H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for September 125 00
Aug. 31, A. H. Tuttle, salary, Co. supt. for
August 100 00
24, G. F. Goodwin, salary, Co. att'y,
for July and August 133 32
Oct. U, Ormanzo Allen, salary, judge pro­
bate, for September 75 00
7, G. F. Goodwin, salary, Co. att'y,
for September 66 66
3, A. H. Tuttle, salary, Co. supt for
September 100 00
31, H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for October 125 00
31. H. G. Griswold, salary, auditor's
clerk, for October 58 34
Nov. 7, O. Finhart, Jr., salary, jailer, for
September 45 00
8,0. Finhart, Jr., salary, jailer1, for
October 45 00
25, H. G. Griswold, salary, auditor's
clerk to November 25th 47 13
80, H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,.
for November 125 00
80, H. W. Elms, salary, balance clerk
hire, for November 11 21
1, A. H. Tuttle, salary, Co. supt. for
October 100 00
1, G. L. Case salary. Co. treasurer,
for October 104 00
1, Ormanzo Allen, salary, judge pro­
bate, for October 75 00
Dec. 1, OrmanzoAUen, salary, judge pro­
bate, for November 75 00
1, G. L. Case, salary, Co. treasurer,
for November 125 00
20, G. F. Goodwin, salary, Co. att'y,
for October and November 133 32
12, G. F. Brand,
salary, overseer poor,
for quarter ending Dee. a .... 91 25
6,0. Finnart, salary, jailer, for Nov. 45 00
31,1. Patchin, salary,
auditor's clerk,
for December 58 38
31, C. D. Belden, salary, Co. supt for
December 100 00
SI, H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for December 125-00
SI, G. L. Case, salary, Co. treasurer,
for December 126 00
6, A. H. Tuttle, salary, Oo. supt. for
November
1882.
Jan. 9, O. Finhart, salary, jailer, for Dec.
8, Ormanzo Allen, Mary,
Feb.
9,373 82
85 00
51 6$
254 06
220 16
3,689 22
93 11
2,572 40
286 91
267 00
10.021 02
2,371 17
407 76
94 90
316 20
71 43
70 00
Grand total.. 849,388 28
EXPENDITURES FOB YEAR ENDING FEBRUARY
28TH, 1882.
Salaries of county oftcers $ 7,803 34
Poor farm expenses 924 48
New court house expenses 5,566 76
Court house and general expenses 1,489 65
Sheriff and deputy sheriff fees 1,884 23
Commissioners' fees 714 20
Witness fees
Stationery and printing
Jury fees
Jail expenses
Express and freight
Constable fees
Justice fees
Clerk court, fees
Refunded tax
Poor expenses
Election returns
Return of births and deaths
Court expenses
State text books
1,725 88
2,027 57
3,747 39
483 40
12 45
289 06
118 52
1,092 54
2,358 82
1,078 46
61 35
146 25
756 41
186 41
...832,467 17
... 16,921 11
.$49,388 28
SALARIES OF COUNTY OFFICERS.
1881.
Feb. 28, W. K. Porter, salary, auditor's
clerk for Feb 192 98
March 3, P. T. Mclntyre, salary, Co. treas­
urer for Feb 125 00
4, O. Finhart, Jr., salary, jailer, for
Feb 45 00
14, G. F. Brand, salary, overseer poor
balance year ending March 11, 100 00
23, G. F. Goodwin, salary, Co. att'y,
for January 66 67
26, G. F. Goodwin, salary, Co. att'y,
for February 66 67
April, 1, H. G. Griswold, salary, auditor's
clerk for March 58 33
1, Ormanzo Allen, salary, judge pro­
bate, quarter ending April 1 .. 225 00
2, n. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor
for March 125 00
2, G. F. Goodwin, salary, co. att'y,
for March 66 66
i, O. Finhart, salary, jailer, for
Judge pro-
bat^forDeoember........—
4, G. F. Goodwin, salary, Oo. atfy
for December
»wr
31, H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for January 125 00
31,1. Patchin, salary, auditor's clerk,
for January 58 34
1, 6. L. Case, salary, Co. treasurer,
for January 125 00
1. Onmanso Allen, salary, judge pro­
bate, for January 79 17
6, C. D. Belden, salary, Co. supt for
January 100 00
6, O. Finhart, Jr., salary, jailer, for
January 45 00
28, H. W. Elms, salary. Co. auditor,
for February 125 00
28, C. D. Belden, salary, Co. supt. for
February .• 100 00
28, G. L. Case, salary, Co. treasurer,
for February 125 00
28,1. Patchin, salary, auditor's clerk,
for February 58 34
Total officer's salaries .... $7,803 34
POOR FABX EXPENSES.
1881.
Mch 30, A. C. Bisbee, 5
cows for poor form, 132 50
Jany 5, GE.Wilbour, clothing lor pauper, 5 90
5, Solner, goods for poor firm 21 05
March 1, Ira Jones, goods for poor farm... 9 30
1, Solner, ... 15 75
1, D. M. Thompson, coal for poor
fiwm 95 33
1, Dugan & Co., blacksmithing ... 16 00
2, Calos Fenton, taking pauper to
poor form 1 50
Jany 5, E. B. Williams, cheese for poor
fiurm 5 09
July 7, Kent&Woodwaxd, machine extras, 3 00
7, Taylor & Ball, goods for poor farm, 46 53
8, Brand, cash paid for labor .. 41 00
7, E Door, goods for poor form... 3 79
8, H. Slocum, wood for poor farm 18 50
7, P. H. Mahoney, machine for poor
form 34 00
8, Dugan & Kornberg, blacksmith­
ing for iNXr farm 4 25
8, Crane & Patterson, hardware for
poor farm 16 50
7, Ira Jones, hardware for poor form, 7 15
Aug. 23, C. A GlUett, work on poor form .. 70 00
22, J. S. Furtney, work on poor form, 35 00
Oct 12, J. Solner, goods for poor farm ... 12 92
July 7, J. Solner, ... 19 80
A»g- 22, Taylor & Ball, goods for poor form, 23 50
Jny 6, J. Solner, goods for poor farm ... 13 46
6, C. A. Gillett, work on poor form, 31 05
6, Jas. Murphy, threshing on poor
form 51 62
6, Thos. Murphy, work on poorform, 1 25
6, M. C. Haney, 40 00
6, Frank Haney, 35 00
6, G. Kearns, wood for poor farm.. 18 00
6, Jonas Haney, work on poor form, 13 75
6, Ball & Griswold, goods for poor
form 7 55
6, Ira Jones, hardware for poor form, 6 55
6, J. J. Kornberg, blacksmithing for
poorform 12 85
4, Dorr & Wold, goods for poorform, 9 84
6, C. W. Taylor. 45 20
Total poor farm expenses $924 48
NEW COURT HOUSE EXPENSES.
1881.
July 29, Mower County Bank Deed to
7, Smith & Yates, rent register deed
office
Aug. 30, Jaa. Konkle,'conveying John Gaf
ferty to insane hospital
July 26, G. F. Goodwin, court house sub­
committee
8, A. H. Tuttle, postage
Mch 31, J. Adams, work on court room...
1, Fernald & Kimball, table for sher­
iff.
1, W. T. Wilkins, repairing register
deeds office 55 10
2, W. T. Wilkins, rent register deeds
office
31, D. M. Thompson, coal for court
house
30, J. Woodward, 1 cord of wood...
Aug. 22, Y.T.Cameron, building sidewalk,
July 7, Wm. Adams, repairing court house.
7, P. C. Sullivan, chimneys,
17, J. S. Cox, repairing courthouse.
8, D. M. Thompson, coal for court
house
Oct. 7, Frank Zoeller, notary fee 3 54
7, W. R. Bames, 5
Jny 6, R. Griffith, order vacating public
square
Oct 6, F. I. Crane, lumber for county.
12, O. C. LaBar, court house supt, 4
days
Nov. 4, H. B. Corey, conveying Insane
man to hospital
Oct 6, H. W. Elms, postage
Aug. 23, O. C. LaBar, courtnousesupt ..
23, O. C. LaBar, court house supt, 4
days
23,0. C. LaBar, court house supt., 4
days
Dec. 27, Mrs. P. T. Mclntyre, error on tax
receipt...
Aug. 22, R. B. Whiting, examining title..
1882.
Jny
?7S?»
July 7, H. B, Corey, sheriff
7
J* 41 II
II II II
37 50
56 18
8 00
6 50
1 25
6 88
1 25
1 75
7' II II
j' II 1 II
7', J. McCloskey, deputy sheriff....
25, M. B. Johnson,
25,
Sept. 24, T. G. Ray, special deputy
24, M. B. Johnson,"
Oct 8, W. F. Day,
8, M. B. Johnson, deputy sheriff...
8, H. B. Corey, sheriff
7 1 1 4
it
1882.
Jan.
1881.
Oct.
1882.
Jan.
Public Square 81,925 00
Nov. 10, D. J. Tubbs, part payment on
foundation 952 87
Oct 21, D. J. Tubbs, part payment on
foundation 878 40
8, D. J. Tubbs, part payment on
foundation
1882.
Jny 5, D. J. Tubbs, part payment on
foundation
Feby 24, D. J. Tubbs, part payment on
foundation
800 00
W
2 00
22 95
20 00
30 50
3 00
22 90
20 00
20 00
4 00
1 00
10, Dr. G. M. Alsdurff, salary county
physician, to Jan. l, 1882
4, O. LaBar, court house supt, 4
days 20 00
4, O. C. LaBar, court house supt, 4
days and telegraphing
6, Crane & Patterson, hardware for
court house
6, N. K. Noble, canvassing election
returns
4, O. C. LaBar, court house supt, 4
days
4. O. C. LaBar, court house supt, 4
days
4,0. C. LaBar, court house supt., 4
days
4, Lafoyette French, insurance on
court house and jail
6, Ira Jones, stove for treas. office ..
4. H. W. Elms, 4 days on auditing
board and postage.....
61 H. Slocum, coal for court house
and poor form
45 00
21 45
7 90
3 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
S3 75
84 15
20 86
1881.
Aug. 22, M.M. Trowbridge, recording deeds,
Jny 4, W. B. Mitson, 4 days on andlting
board
6, J. E. Canevan, work on court
house
Total court house and general ex­
penses fl.489 65
SHKSirr AND DEPUTY SHERIFF FEES.
1881.
Mrch 90, T. J. Shehan, Riley case 33 00
80, M. B. Johnson, deputy sheriff... 18 90
31, H. B. Corey, ... 34 00
2010
88 60
17 90
16 90
28 80
28 80
42 00
28 80
23 60
24 80
20 SO
19 80
2210
24 60
7 60
60 00
10 00
260
10 00
600
40 00
2 60
28 80
8910
25 00
12 50
600
9 60
47 80
31, D. H. Stimson,
31, H. B. Corey,
81, D. H. Stimson,
31,
31, ...
31, H. B. Corey,
31, ...
80, ...
30, ...
3 0
30, D. H. 8timson, ...
30, ...
80, ..,
30, H. B. Corey, ...
April 6, D. H. Stimson, ..
9, A. 8. Hunt, special deputy
Mrch 26) M. B. Johnson',"
26, J. McCloskey,"
26, A. S. Hunt,
April 1, D. H. Stimson,"
U, J. McCloskey
100 00
46 00
Mrch 81, Sven Anderson, deputy sheriff...
2,T. J. Shehan, sheriff, Riley case..
24, S. E. Boyes, special deputy......
April 15, J. V.Owens, A *......
March 2 H. B. Corey,
Jaa. 6, Wi w. Sweet deputy
A*rill2, J. McCloskey, special .......
20 00
25 00
88 00
19 10
24 60
90 15
18 25
965
7 05
12 50
12 50
12 50
24 80
24 60
25 00
22 00
25 00
10 00
2 50
25 00
12 40
25 00
24 00
24 70
23 60
13 00
21 50
25 00
24 00
14
Dec.
Oct
32, M. B. Johnson, special deputy...
22,OleFinhart,Jr., ...
6, D. H. Stimson, deputy sheriff....
11 11 11 11
6,
6
11 44
6i
0 i« i« 11 11
6,'
6, H.B.Corey, ....
««. II
6, M. B. Johnson,
6, H. B. Corey, sheriff. 24 60
6, 19 50
6. 88 60
6, 34 50
7, 25 00
«. 24 62
6. 23 40
J. 25 00
6, 36 00
6, M. B. Johnson, deputy sheriff.... 20 00
8, D. H. Stimson, special deputy... 20 00
7, M. B. Johnson, ..... 12 50
4, Jas. McCloskey, deputy sheriff.. 10 45
4, .. 190
6, D. H. Stimson, .. 8 68
6, W. W. Sweet, 8 05
4, H. B. Corey, sheriff 15 00
4, 8513
Total Sheriff and Deputy Sheriff fees 91884 23
COMMISSIONER'S FEES.
1881.
Mrch31, H. C. Anderson 8 12 00
31, O. C. LaBar 11 00
31, Oscar Ayers 9 20
Jany 8, W. B. Mitson 15 20
8, W. B. Mitson 27 60
8, R. A. Donaldson 20 40
Mrch 31, W. B. Mitson 13 80
2, B. A. Donaldson 14 40
2, H. C. Anderson 12 00
2, O. C. LaBar, February session 11 00
2, O. C. LaBar, equalizing board... 14 00
2, O. C. LaBar, January session .... 11 00
2, Oscar Ayers 15 40
2, H. C. Anderson 12 00
2, W. B. Mitson 13 80
2, W. B. Mitson 13 80
Jany 8, O. C. LaBar 17 00
July 8, O. C. LaBar 11 00
28, R. A. Donaldson 17 40
28, R. A. Donaldson 14 40
28, O. C. LaBar 14 00
.. 16 80
.. 13 80
9 00
.. 20 40
9 00
... 12 00
.. 13 80
900
12 00
.. 24 60
.. 14 40
4 50
6 00
9 00
900
16 00
11 00
.. 14 40
1140
.. 17 50
800
600
6 00
9 00
.. 11 40
12 00
18 00
.. 17 00
.. 16 20
500
9 90
2040
.. 21 30
28, W. B. Mitson...
28, W. B. Mitson.:
26, H. C. Anderson
8, R. A. Donaldson
8, O. Ayeis
8, H. C. Andereon
8, W. B. Mitson
Aug. 24, H. C. Anderson
21,
24, \V. B. Mitson
Mrch 31, R. A. Donaldson
Oct. 12,0. Ayers
12,
7, H. C. Anderson
7 11 11
7,' T. K. Dahle...... !..
Aug. 24,
24, R. A. Donaldson
24,
Oct. 12, W. B. Mitson
Aug. 23, O. C. LaBar
July 28, Oscar Ayers
Aug. 23,
24,
7, R. A. Donaldson
410 49
600 00
Total new court house expenses 85,566 76
COURT HOUSE AND GENERAL EXPENSES.
1881.
March 2, J. M. Wyckoff, postage 8 4 00
31, O. C. LaBar, 4 days on auditing
board ". 12 00
30, H. W. Elms, one day on auditing
board and postage 5 50
30, J. M. Wyckoff, 3 days on audit­
ing board 9 00
30, T. J. Van Mackelenberg, physi­
cian for pauper 17 00
July 25, T. A. Hotson, bounty for tree
planting 20 00
7, H. Curtis, drayage 5 50
26, O. C. LaBar, 3 days on equalizing
board 11 00
26, O. C. LaBar, 4 days on auditing
board 12 00
26, H. C. Anderson, 2 days on equal­
izing board 900
25, H. W. Elms, 4 days auditing
board and postage 15 00
Aug. 22, H. W. Elms, postage 2 50
July 8, O.C.LaBar.court house committee, 2190
8, O. C. LaBar, 18 45
8, O. C. LaBar, 13 00
8, O. C. LaBar. 9 00
Sept 15, Dr. W. L. Hollister, examining
insane person 3 15
2, Jas. Konkle, conveying J. Gaffer
ty to insane hospital 17 45
July 7, H. w. Elms, postage April, May
and June 7 50
8, Oscar Ayeis, court house com­
mittee 1310
8, Oscar Ayeis, court house com­
mittee 23 20
8, Oscar Ayeis, court house com­
mittee 39 95
8, W. B. Mitson, court house com­
mittee 14 10
8, W. B. Mitson, court house com­
mittee 6 80
8, W. B. Mitson, court house com­
mittee 26 00
8, W. B. Mitson, court house com­
mittee 20 40
8, W. B. Mitson, court house com­
mittee 22 55
8, W. B. Mitson, court house com­
mittee 4 30
7, Ira Jones, hall for March term
court 25 00
7, M. M. Trowbridge, recording offi­
cers bonds 2 68
7, M. M. Trowbridge, list of mort
40 00
37 50
12 00
16 35
45 12
9 86
7 50
Oct
1882.
Jany 4, H. C. Anderson
7 44
7! J. B. Graves ..."..V.V..V.V
7, Oscar Ayers
4, T. K. Dahle
6, R. A. Donaldson
7 11 11
i, W. B. Mitson..
Total commissioners fees. $714 20
WITNESS FEES.
1881.
Jany 5, H. F. Hickok 2 44
May 14, L. Nugent 112
16, Jake Fisher 112
16, A. E. Cox 10 36
16, M. O. Brian 1 12
9, E. F. Burnett 1 10
April 27, J. Adams 110
May 4, Eugene Wood 2 22
AprU 28, G. w. Clough 1 48
28, C. L. West 10
28, L. J. Brockway 110
28, Geo Morris 2 12
11, L. G. Wheeler 3 24
11, W Hunkins 9 36
12, A. H. HU1 10 36
12, H. A. Fairbanks 5 12
12, T. J. Shehan 14 00
Mrch 17, T. Lukens 5 72
17, Jo MUler 18 56
17, ChasBeU 7 08
April 20, N. K. Noble 112
26, W. L. Hollister 110
Mrch 11, Brockway 6 24
April 6, Jo Miller 18 68
6, John Rustad 4 12
7, A. McNeil 6 00
7, John Nugent 1024
9, Nellie Monahan 95 10
9, Pat. Carr 105 80
9, D. GUes 6650
9, Jas. McEwin 90 45
9, W.H.Clay •». 72 65
9, Arthur Wood 257 60
9, W. W. Keyser 7 60
9, J. P. Green 9 00
9. Walter Burk 14 00
9, J. P. Williams 6 12
9, H. J. Miner 6 12
9, J. S. Cox 6 12
9, A. Young 2 44
11, Calos Fenton 7 24
11, D. J. Tubbs 3 12
1, L. French 2 12
MrchSO, John Walsh.. 112
30, Wm. Hay 2 12
30,Gunder Nelson 2 12
30, L. Dettlebach 2 12
31, L. H. Brockway 4 12
31, J. H. Mansfield 112
31, A. M. Fleck 2 12
31, A. Hall 2 12
31, A. Wiley 8 00
22, Geo. Young 3 04
22, Wm. Young 3 04
22, O. Severson 3 40
22, J. H. Johnson 3 40
22, Gulick Johnson 3 40
22, A. N. Kloster 2 86
22, A. Wiley 1 72
22, T. Engelsted 3 40
22, P. Gilfigan 3 28
22, P. Gerwin 3 40
22, John Thompson 3 40
22, IP. Gerheart 2 80
21, John Rustad 4 12
22, Thos. Madden 3 40
21, P. E. Jace 3 72
22, N. Thompson 3 04
21, J. F. Adams 3 12
19, Clyde GUbert 5 76
19, A. AxteU 5 76
19, Elmer Ross 5 76
28, A. Young 2 44
28, William Young 2 44
25, J. H. Mansfield 12
25, H. J. Miner 4 12
29, Gulick Olson 3 52
29, Nels. Thompson 3 52
29, T. Madden .V. 3 64
April 18, J. Raney 25 20
Mrch29, F. Gerheart ... 4 12
29, A. N. Kloster 2 92
28, John Carr, Jr 3 40
28, J. P. WUUuns 2 12
29, John H. Johnson 3 40
28, W. E. Barker 8 76
April 1, Thos. Riley 4 48
«.Oeo.topp 94 20
May 3, C. H. Coats 110
2, J. Cota 1 12
April27, F. Cooper... 224
27, Thos. Dugan 2 12
27, Wm. Hayes
27, T. Mccormick
27, T. Meany
27, Geo. Gibson
25, Silas Dutcher
27, Chas. RUey, Jr
27, D. W. Gibson
27, N. KoUe
27, William Carter
27, W. 8. Repass
22,0. W. Shaw
22, Birdie Smith
20, Jas McGrath
20, D. J. Lyke
20, Wm. MTaddock.,
20, D. A. McFadden v....
22, Fred Ford
18, F. A. Engle
May 28,0. F. MMer
30, Addle MUler
80, W. H. Hyland
27, C. R. nidelfoid.....
14, James TruesdeU
21, Mrs. C. R. Padelford
4, Ira Jones....
24, Balm...'.
23, M. B. Johnson
April 15, Ci B. Staples
15,0.0. Finhait.. ... .........
15, Frank Blley...
15, Calos Fenton
15, F. D. Beeeher.
15, Chas. RflCT,Jr
15, John Lambert
is, Peter Idler.
13, Ole Benson
13, OariSachsie
15, Thos. RUey.....:.
15,0. N. JMbag. .............
15, F. Hay v!-v.,-..
16, W.H. Sutton
16, a N.Bceieker.
16, C. T. Golp..... .......
.•! 16, S. A. Gorton .—............
16,8. F. Gibbons... ...:
Mrch 19, P. Zdter .......
19, W.R.KeUoa..............
30, Arthur WooT.
80, J.McEwln.......
18,C. W. Austin
l7,G$o.Rapp.
306 57
5 72
12 00
8 00
!?£t^-
»-",
v')'--»vg^i5.*^,Sisr^'%.-f*^
29, T. G. Olson 3 52
Jnly 7, Mrs. C. R. Padelford 4 92
7, C. R. Padelford 4 92
7, Addle L. Miller 4 92
Sept 21, J. Weisman '.5 96
21, John Leary 5 96
21, John Frank 5 96
July 7,0. Finhart, Jr 2 12
7, Fanny Hickok 2 08
23, C. H. Davidson 1 10
8, C. Fenton 1 -to
Sept. 16, John Osboim 1 72
22.L.O. Hofto 500
22, L. EUingson 5 00
26,3. F. Trask ."i::.::.::: 7 60
21, P. O. Peterson 4 00
22, M.Shaffer 3 40
2% Qhas. Maudler 3 40
22, T. G. Olson 3 40
22, E. J. Vestram 3 40
22, John EUingson 3 40
22,1. E. Erickson 3 40
ZL, O. O. Clve 8 40
22,1. N. Thompson 3 40
22, A. Jameson 3 40
22, E. Jenson 3 40
22, G.Olson 3 40
22,0. P. Shaw 2 68
Peter Johnson 4 40
24, W. Andrew
23, D. H. Stimson
'S: 24, J. H. Johnson
24, J. H. Winslow
24, Wm. Meyers
24, John Wold
23, Calos Fenton
24, R. E. Crane
Oct 7, A. Loucks
6, Mrs. C. Gulickson
6, M. N. Thompson
,15. White
15, R. Maxfield
15, John Armstrong
15, J. M. Maxfield
5, A. Davis
5, Sarah Davis
5, Wm. Davis
20, L. E. Day
No*. 16, H. W. Page
Dec. 22, J. Murphy
Oct 6, John Ellingson
Dec. 3, A. O. Tuft
Oct. 6,0. P. Shaw
Dec. 14, J. P. Symins
Nov. 80, John Machlin
18, P. O Gredy
Oct 6, E. J. Westover
6, C. Maxfield
6,1. EUingson
26, T. Riley
Oct 5 7, A. AxteU
7, Elmer Ross
July: 25, J. C. Kaiser
Oct 7, W. B. Mitson
5, Jas. Davis
7, K. O. Wold
7, Elling Erickson
7, A. Gilbert
Dec. 26, H. A. Fairbanks
Oct. 7, E. D. Stoddard
1882.
Jan.
3, Wm. Cooper
3, P. J. Hawkinson..
3, S. Harlson
1881.
Total witnesses fees 81,7251
STATIONERY AND PRINTING.
Mrch30, H. O. Basford, printing
1, Pioneer Pros, Co. books for sher­
iff
2, PioneerPress Co., blanks for Reg.
2, C. H. Davidson, printing
31, H. O. Basford, printing statement
tax 1880
31, H. O. Basford, blanks for cierk
court
2, H. O. Basford, blanks for register
of deeds
2, H. O. Basford, blanks for superin­
tendent of schools
2, H. O. Basford, blanks for treasurer,
2, blanks for auditor,
2, blanks for judge pro­
bate
2, H. O. Basford, blanks for county
treasurer
Jany 5, Palmer & WinaU, books for regis­
ter of deeds
5, Palmer & WinaU, books for regis­
ter of deeds
1880.
May 27, Cameron, Amberg & Co., ink for
register of deeds
Jany 7, Dorr & Wold, stationery for offi-
Cgg.
it ti
7,
14 41
7',
Pioneer PressCo., blanks for audi­
tor
7, Pioneer Press Co., tax judgment
books 19 00
7, Pioneer Press .Co., dally register
for treasurer 15 00
7, PioneerPress Co., assessor's book
and blanks 68 00
28, Pioneer Press Co., tax lists and
blanks
25, Pioneer PressCo., books & blanks,
7, West Publishing Co, 2 copies of
Young's statutes
's^*
y-'V**?
AUSTIN, MOWER COUNTY, MINN., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26,1882. TERMS: Two Dollars Per Annum,in Advance.
112
1 12
3 40
1 12
112
1 12
2 12
1 12
2 24
3 20
3 20
11 72
584
11 72
11 60
5 84
5 84
5 84
1*12
1 12
1 12
1 84
•3 40
1 96
1 12
2 24
3 40
1 96
2 72
1 96
3 24
12 96
15 12
1 12
12 20
6 32
1 12
3 40
20 20
1 12
7 20
560
4 60
5 60
9 47
2 25
15 50
23 25
24 00
10 00
6 50
8 50
7 30
7 50
11 85
7 50
25 50
88 00
3 50
25 39
8 68
24 36
23 40
24 60
24 48
21 24
24 36
19 00
24 84
24 72
24 48
21 96
24 26
10 32
24 60
23 52
239 60
127 30
92 20
7 13
6 83
2 37
10 09
5 42
10 04
900
March 2, Dorr & Wold, stationery for offi
July H. O. Basford, advertising delin­
quent tax, 1880
8, H. O. Basford, advertising delin­
quent tax, 1880
8, H. O. Basford, advertising delin­
quent tax, 1880
8, H. O. Basford, advertising delin­
quent tax, 1880
5, H. O. BasfonUadvertiSing delin­
quent tax, 1880
8, H. O. Basford, advertising delin­
quent tax, 1880
8, H. O. Basford, advertising delin­
quent tax, 1880
8, H. O. Basford, advertising delin­
quent tax, 1880
8, H. O. Basford. advertising delin­
quent tax, 1880
8, H. O. Basford, advertising delin­
quent tax, 1880
8, H. O. Basford, advertising delin­
quent tax, 1860
8, H. O. Basford, advertising delin­
quent tax, 1880
8, H. O. Basford, advertising delin­
quent tax, 1880
8, H. O. Basford, advertising delin­
quent tax, 1880
8. H. O. Basford, advertising delin­
quent tax, 1880
July 7, C. H. Davidson, publishing finan­
cial statement
8, C. H. Davidson, stationery and
printing
25, C. H. Davidson, stationery and.
printing
7, E. C. Dorr, stationery
7,
7,
7 4
47 50
88 50
7, Cameron, Amberg & Co., books
for register deeds
Aug. 24, F. E. Langworthy, printing
Oct. 6, H. O. Basford, printing
12,
6,
Oct. 8, Pioneer Press
Nov. 28, books for clerk ....
28, printing
17, C. H. Davidson, printing
Oct. 28, H. O. Basford,
Nov. 1, Palmer & WinaU, binding books
for register of deeds ....
11, H. O. Basford, printing
1882.
Jany 20, H. O. Basford, publishing delin­
quent tax, 1879
20, H. O. Basford, printing
Feb. 6,
1881.
Dec. 7, Parrott & Garton, books lor clerk
court
1882.
Feb. 11, Pioneer Press, tax receipts 60 00
14, C. H. Davidson, printing 74 10
17, R. R. Marsh,
4, John D. Metz, ledger for auditor,
4, Dorr & Woold, stationery register
of deeds
4, Dorr & Wold, stationery Co. supt.,
12 00
12 00
500
12 50
8 00
9 50
12 00
38 00
20 00
137 95
6 00
11 15
14 00
122 85
3 00
22 15
12 00
2 45
14 20
2 57
2 96
sheriff.,
auditor,
treasurer
clerk ..
14 42
3 12
10 61
3 02
6 32
13 39
4, Widman & Sanford, books for
register of deeds 36 50
'Total stationery and printing $2,027 57
112 JURY FEES.
110 1881.
110 Mrch 24, R. Eckford 26 40
1 10 24, W. F. Dutton 28 69
1 12 28, W. Vandergrift 4 00
1 72 April 13, M. B. Slocum 3 80
3 12 13, C. Deremer 54 00
110 July 4, B. Packard 50
1 10 4, Warren Walker 50
1 10 April 16, W. H. White 3 20
2 12 12, T. Stewart 51 00
110 Mrch 19, J. F. Carson 4 00
110 19, J. A. Thatcher 10 40
110 19, Smith Pnrdy 4 00
110 19, John Vanhouse 4 00
110 April 4, E. H. Gerard 36 20
110 4, George King 38 00
112 4,1. C. Thatcher 28 00
8 96 4, L. Thompson 87 60
8 96 4, J. E. Enseals 36 20
5 96 4, John Mahoney 1100
8 96 4, J. F. Tompkins 88 00
112 Mrch30,B.Packard 2 00
8 96 30, J. Van House 4 00
1 10 30, 2 00
2 12 29, J. Blelark 4 00
6 44 29, E. D. Fenton 2 00.
8 68 July 7, Fleck & Hay, board lor jury 16 02
119 Sept.
i,E.
P. VanValkenbeig. 3 15
110 July 7, H. W. BuUls, dinner Tor jury .... 4 55
110 sept 21,C. Lewis 10 00
110 24, Adam GoodseU 1180
1 84 24, J. Elchstad 19 00
112 24, Krebsbach 14 00
6 12 24, C. C. Can 18 00
27 50 24, E. H. Bedford ..... 18 60
10 44 24, O. K. StorUe 19 20
1 10 24, C. J. Higbee *. 17 60
47 60 24, Thos. Richardson 12 40
1 10 24,8. Wlllson.. 1860
10 12 24, V. M. Little... 1120
1 24, G. K. WUbotur 10 20
8 80 24, A. Hangen... 10 00
,110 24, John Hubbard 15 80
2 12 24, D.B. Vaughn 1120
2 12 24,B. F/Btoon 12 20
1.12 Jnne 15, H. Lyons 2 80
44 25 Mrch 31, A 1C Fleck, supper for jury..... 4 29
26 45! Oct 7,8. Swenningson 20 20
12 20«" 'i 7, J. RidUngton 90 09
17 20,. A.
7, J. Van House 4 00
7, A. Kiefiaer 4 00
8, Geo. Felt 18 50
8, J. RidUngton 25 80
8, J. Otter 87 00
8, A. Benson 22 40
15,8. Swenningson 10 00
5, W. V. Lobb 2 00
5, J. Van House 2 00
5, G. W. Beed 2 00
Sept 26, N. C. Markham 8 00
Octl 8, S. Bostwick 9 80
8, A. H. Smith 40 80
8, L. Smith 4 00
8, H. Lyons 33 40
8, P. Barrett 30 20
8, H. H, Kent 30 20
3, E. P. Van Valkenberg 28 20
8, L. D. Carter. 36 00
8, H. Weisel 30 20
13, J. Gregson 10 60
13, W. V. Lobb 4 00
8. P. J. Catzer 4 00
10, Geo. Edwards 28 70
10, B. F. Langworthy 4 00
12, S. Johnson.... 10 20
7, D. McNaUey 9 20
5, Andrew Thompson 2 00
17, R. Griffith 28 20
17, F. P. McBride 10 20
18, Wm. Litchfield 10 40
7, Mrs. F. Fisher, supper for jury... 4 33
Nov. 5, H. H. Hubbard 4 00
Oct. 7, Chas. Muncy 4 00
7, S. Summey 4 00
7, W. B. Mitson 4 00
7, H. B. Sheldon 7 00
7, S. Y. Paddock 7 00
7, J. Otter 10 00
7, Geo. Fett.. 20 00
7, D. McCanna 31 00
7, H. S. Eddy 10 00
7, J. B. Waddock 2 00
8, John Frank 38 80
8, L. Alsdurff. 16 40
7, J. W. Walker 46 40
8, M. Majors 30 20
8, H. S. Eddy 32 00
8, Geo. Dean 46 00
7, L. W. Thompson 36 00
9, S. W. Day 4 00
7, B. Graves 36 00
8, A. Hansen 21 00
8, N. GoodseU 9 80
8, S. W. Day 4 00
8, Andrew Benson 20 00
8, Arnie Hougan 10 00
8, S. W. Day 6 00
8, M. B. Johnson 15 00
8, W. Bently 17 00
8, J. H. Johnson 6 00
8, A. L. Bush 9 40
5, B. F. King 2 00
8, A. Hunt 27 50
11, R. B. Clark 4 00
6, John Wade 4 00
7, E. M. Barnard 7 00
7, M. O. Wilsie 7 00
7, R. p. Carey 7 20
7, S. 8. Bacon 9 00
7, L. D. Jackson 9 00
Mrch 31, W. H. Anderson, lunch for jury.. 2 60
May 16, A. E.- Cox, juror coroner inquest. 100
AprU 5, Chas. Grannis 12 80
5, R.O. CarU 6 00
5, G. L. Case 7 50
5, 8. B. Woodsum 5 60
2, Geo. Edwards 8 00
4, B. O. Benson 38 40
4, John NeUer 10 00
4, G. H. Allen 45 00
4, H. J. Hanson 43 00
4, John Hickok 4 00
4, C. R. Engelstad 50 00
4, John Neller 32 60
11, J. B. Clark 2 00
11, John Van House 2 20
4, R. P. Carey 8 80
12, Geo. Benton 51 00
6, P. FarreU 2 00
6, L. W. French 36 20
6, F. I. Crane 36 20
6, F. Stewart 10 00
6, P. O. Maley 10 80
8, M. Keysor 2 12
9, Geo. Wood 5 20
9,0. B. Dearborn 14 50
9, F. W. Frisbee 58 00
9, J. M.Mason 20 20
9, W. W. Sweet 20 20
9, F. 8. Bagley 21 20
11, L. C. Scribner 64 20
9, O. G. Anderson 56 00
4, C. Meyers 7 20
4, 8. Y. Paddock 8 60
4, J. M. Patch 6 80
4, W. B. Spencer 12 40
4, C. C. Piner 11 00
5, J. F. Carson 12 40
5, P. D. Vaughn 5 20
5, S. S. Wasnborn 6 40
5, J. 8. Bowers 6 00
5, M. O. Wilson 6 80
5,8. Ives 6 20
5, R. F. Glover 6 20
5, W. F. Glover 13 20
5, T. Leonard 13 00
4, H. A. Wales 15 80
5. N. GoodseU 9 60
4, W. L. Barnum 6 40
4, H. J. Lockwood 11 40
4, J. C. Johnson 15 60
4, W. H. Bently 8 60
4, J. B. Clemment 12 40
4, L. D. Jackson. 8 60
i, B. Wright 1100
4, 8. Bostwick 12 00
4, A. L. Bush 11 00
4, G. H. AUen 2 00
4, E. M. Barnard 8 60
4, M. O. Wilsie 8 60
4,8. J. Sanborn 13 00
4, H. B. Shelden 8 60
4, George Clow 8 60
4, G. T. Jones 12 20
4, Z. B. DaUey 12 00
4, R. E. Stewart 13 00
4, F. Cox 15 50
4, John Frank 12 60
4, O. E. Loe 13 00
4, J. Otter 13 00
4, John Meyer 6 40
4, J. J. GUbertson 8 60
4, Th. Irgens 6 40
4, L. W. Sherman 6 40
4, H. P. Sleeper 10 20
4, Peter Hanson 6 80
4. D. McTavish 4 40
4.T. G.Ray 4 40
4, J. E. Joslyn.... 9 00
4, J. F. Rockwell 6 20
4, B. Packard 11 60
4, A. BeU 9 20
4, F. R. Warren 8 60
4, J. C. Slater 11 20
4, W. li. Henderson 12 00
4, E. A. Whitcomb 10 60
4, P. Utzinger 13 00
1, D. Johnson 2 00
1, W. T. MandeviUe 2 00
Mrch 23,8. W. Day 4 00
22, S. Knudson 19 00
19, L. Runnestrand 14 00
26, W. R. Vandergrift 6 00
26, B. T. Jones 2 00
26, Schleuder *.... 18 20
26, Geo. King 10 00
25, C. L. West 18 20
24, John Mahoney 2 00
24, N. Maxfield 2 00
24, 8. Sweningson 2 00
24, M. Gregson 18 60
24, G. W. Clough 18 80
April 1, John Hickok 33 10
2, W. R. Vandergrift 2 00
2,8. W. Day 2 00
2, A. J. French 2 00
2, John Matherson 2 60
2, E. Baasett 58 30
Mrch 31, Mrs. Fischer, supper for jury 3 00
April 27, E. D. Ames 4 40
25, O. J. Hill 3 20
22, H. W. Page 4 24
19, A. H. Chapin 46 60
May 24, J. Streaver 16 20
Mrch 2, L. B. Fairbanks 50
24, O. O. Finhart 27 20
24, J. W. Eldridge 18 20
24, G. E. Rolph 24 40
24, M. Teeter 18 40
24, L. Runnestrand 14 00
24, O Wilder 25 00
24, J. H. Bliss 18 90
28 60
22 60
25 20
26 00
26 80
29 80
29 00
29 00
27 -20
2 00
21, D. P. Pietney...
24, G. W. PhiUips..
24, A. Lounsbury
24, T. G. Olson
24, G. N. Campbell
24, C. Engelstad
24, E. Kenyon
24, J. R. Canfleld
24, H. Swan
25, S. C. Olson
Total jury fees *3,747 39
JAIL EXPENSES.
1881.
April 25, U. 8. Express, 3 packages from
St Paul 80
2, D. 8. Express, 3 packages from
Stillwater 90
6, A. M. Express, 1 package from St
Paul... 30
12, M. & St P.R. R., 1 package from
Chicago 75
Mich 28, BI. & St. P. R. R., 1 package from
St Paul 25
April 13, U. 8. Express, 1 package from
St Paul rZ?!?. 75
Aug. 17, U. S. Express, 1 package from
St. Paul. 40
Sept 5, U. 8. Express, 1 package from
St. PauL 115
1, U. S. Express, 1 package from St
Paul 50
13, U. S. Express, 1 package from St
Paul rV. 85
1. U. 8. Express, 1 package from St.
Paul.. .rr. 25
Jany 3, A. M. Express, 1 package from
Dec. 28, U. 8 Express. 1 package from Mc­
Gregor 100
Nov. 5, A. M. Express, 1 package from St.
Total express and freight
CONSTABLE FEES.
1881-
7,
7,
7,
7,
7,
7.
7,'
7,
7,
7,
7,
25,
7.
Aug. 23,
Oct. 12,
6,
6,
6,
6,
6,
6,
6,
6,
6,
Oi
6,
6,
6,
*1882.
Jan. 4,
4,
July
16 98
8 00
1 75
6 25
47 11
9 14
4 00
25 43
67 34
2 00
12 60
19 25
5 75
15 40
8 35
Mrch 1, Ira Jones, hardware for jaU •..
80, W. R. Vandergrift, whitewashing
jaU
1, J. F. Andrews, hardware for Jail,
80, Taylor A Ball, goods for jaU.....
31, H. B. Corey, boarding prisoners,
19, T. J. Shehan, boarding John Riley,
31, J. Palmer, sawing wood for Jail.»
3, T. J. Shehan, boarding John Riley,
2, H. B. Corey, boarding prisoners.
1, J. V. Owens, work on jail
1, Clemmer A Pooler, goods for jail,
2, Clara Palmer, washing for jail..
2, J. Palmer, sawing wood for jail..
1, H. B. Corey, boarding nrisoners.
1, Crane & Patterson, goods for jail,
1, Joseph Adams, work on jaU 4 85
July 7, W. R. Vandergrift, whitewashing
jaU 5 00
7, Jane Palmer, washing for jail... 16 45
7, H. B. Corey, boarding prisoners. 52 27
8, Mrs. H. 8cribner, shirts for 3 00
7, Mills ft Curtiss, cleaning Jail yard, 6 00
7,8. C. Olson, goods for jail. 26 25
7, Ira Jones. 8 48
7. L. Nicholson, sawing wood... 2 00
26, L. Dettelbach, goods for jaU 3 50
Mrch 31, J. Solner, 13 60
Oct 12, P. J. Cratser, ice for jaU.. 4 00
7, H. B. Corey, boarding prisoners,. 86 85
6, W. R. Vandergrift, whftewatfdng
jail...... 8 00
7, Jane Palmer, washing for jail.... 14 75
6, Mitchell & Conrad, work on jaU. 2 50
1882.
Jany 4, Dettelbach Bros., goods for tail,. 2 25
6, Jane Palmer, washing for Jul.... 12 05
6, Ira Jones, hardware For jail 4 65
4, N. KoUe, sawing wood for
.8 12 45
1880.
MrchSO, G. W. KeUer, RUey case....... v. 7 25
Oct. 26, M. Cayley 1 35
March 1, James McCloskey 7 20
Jan. 4, G. N. Campbell.. 3 80
Mrch 30, J. M. Maxfield 8 30
30, John Minette 18 95
2,M.L. Cayley ..: 9 10
2, John Minette 2 65
1, John Thompson 20 10
1878.
May 2, R. Schaefer 9 45
March 2. W. J. "Southwick 1 45
2, F. G. feay 10 75
July 7, 3 00
8, H. B. Sheffield 4 35
7, P. 0"Maley 1 60
8, J. M. Maxfield 15 45
Aug. 24, James Konkle 3 00
July 7, S. Quackenbiuh 7 60
Nov. 10, John Minette. 132 21
Oct. 6, John Thompson 5 50
6, A. Bell 9 15
6 85
1882,
Jan. 6, Caleb Lewis
Total Constable fees $289 06
JUSTICE FEES.
1881
March 2, N. K. Noble 5 80
2, J. W. George 3 00
30, E. J. Stimson 4 05
1, O. F. Kelley 26 30
1, J. L. Gaskill J®
5, W. B. Mitson
.1
July
Oct.
1882.
Jan.
6, N. K. Noble..
Total clerk court fees.. $1,092 54
REFUNDED TAX.
1881.
Mrch 10, M. Munson, school tax
April 1, A. V. ElUs,
1, E. Stanwood, sw ne 5101 15,
1862
May 2, W. T. Wilkins, 2210316,1864
to 1872 914 39
31, John Guy, personal property tax,
Bennington, 1879
Mrch 2, S. C. Olson, coffin for E. Rens-
7 75
4, E. O. Bullis 5 60
7, N. K. Noble 1 20
7, H. M. Kellogg 19 10
7, J. J. GUbertson 4 45
7, J. W. George 4 25
7, N. K. Noble 6 70
7, E. H. Wood 3 82
6, N. K. Noble 3 00
6, W. B. Mitson 9 90
6 1 75
6, J. M. Wyckoff 3 10
4 35
Total justices fees ..
CLERK COURT FEES.
1881.
Mrch 30, A. W. KimbaU
30,
30,
31,
1,
1,
1,
1,
1,
July 7.
7,
7,
7,
7,
7,
&118 52
39 00
24 30
26 85
20 15
23 50
13 50
9 25
12 75
18 40
24 24
24 60
23 52
24 84
24 48
12 07
21 96
24 48
24 72
24 36
24 36
24 36
24 60
23 40
24 55
35 80
24 70
39 00
47 55
12 75
13 70
6 20
9 75
7 25
24 75
24 00
58 50
23 05
24 00
24 00
23 60
24 00
24 00
24 00
18 05
23 70
17 95
24 00
copy tax judgment
2
R. B. Wheeler, personal property
tax, 1880
AprU 13, E. D. Fenton, se 5 102 16,
1864 to 1874
Aug. 15, D. B. Johnson, Jr., lots 4 5 6 bl'k
20 R. R. Add. Austin
16, J. M. Sterling, sw and ne
10 62
5 00
220 87
196 49
20 59
sw 410218,1879
July 20, S. E. Judd, ne nw 7 102 15,
1880
Sept. 6, West&Brower, sw nw 5101
16,1874 to 1879 R. R.
6, West A Brower, wUse 3510116,
1873 to 1880, R. R.
Aug. 29, West & Brower, nw 11 104 18,
1871 to 1878, R. R.
Sept. 10, Jas. Davidson, ne 16 101
18,1878, school land.- 15 25
June 16, E. Daniels, ne 25 104 15, 1866
and 1867 .T 14168
20, E. Daniel, ne nw 33 104 14,
1862 and 1863 15 47
22, E. Daniel, 5 ne and ne ne
2410118, 1865, 1866, 1869 and
187
2 49 53
28, G. N. Baxter, 14 ae 5 103 16,
1880, paid by mistake 29 69
7, Author Smith, personal property
tax, paid by mistake 1 56
June 21, E. Daniel, sw ne 1 102 14,
1862 5 77
21, E. Daniel, tax 1862 homstead— 8 80
Oct 4, E. Daniel, nw se 26 101 18,'
1862, to 1879, homstead 150 00
Nov. 19, W. F. Lindeman 38 75
Oct 14, J. Davidson, refunded tax
Udolpho and Windom 109 19
9, R. Doyle, sw 23 103 15,
1879.... 1 98
3, J. W. Wood, nw 7 101 15,
Nov.
Oct
1882.
Jan.
1881.
JaU... 4 00
1, C. W. Taylor, goods for jail 3 60
Total jatt expenses
XXPBEM AMD 7B1MHT.
.» 483 40
1881.
May 17, U. 8. ExpreM, package from
Paul
31, M. & 8t P. R. R., 2 boxes books
from St. Pul,
2,8. C. Olson, coffin for Erwin chil­
dren
2, H. W. Bullis, care Mrs. E. Bens
beiger
8, Temporary relief, Erwin fomUy..
8, Temporary relief, Erwinfamily..
4, Mrs. Murdock.
7, M. Peterson...
2, Wm. Way, care Erwin fomily ...
1, Temporary reUef, Erwin fondly..
1
1881.
11
Feb.
Mrch
July
Aug.
July
St Paul 30
July 29, U. 8. Express, 1 package from
St. Paul. 50
June 24, A. M. Express, package from
Paul 30
Feb. 17. U. S. Express 1 package from St.
Paul 90
14, A. M. Express, 1 package from St.
28. Mrs. Barnhart.
1, Mrs. Wyman..
9, JaneOlas
7, Dr. L. D. Jackson, attendingpau
per
5, Temporary relief, Mike Regan...
7, Mrs. Stevenson, care Jane Olds...
29, Temporary relief, Tina Martin
14, Erwinfamily..
Sept 13, W.W.Carey...
July 26, M. Mclntyre..
it. 5, Erwinfomily..
7, J. Schwan, boots and shoes for
pauper
8, C. Fenton, Uvery for funeral of
pauper 10 00
Sept.
July
Dubuque 55
Paul 30
Oct. 25, U. 8. Express, 1 package from St
Paul 1 20
21, A. M. Express, 1 package from St.
Paul 25
8, A. M. Express, 1 package from
St. Paul 30
20, Temporary relief, Nels Olson
18, C. F. Hadford.
Aug. 10, Mrs. J.D. Barn
hart
July 7, S. C. Olson, coffin for Jane Olds..
7, S. Wdlard, digging grave for pau­
per
25, R. Hall, team for ftraeral of pau
25, J. Sartz," coffiii for pauper
25, Wm. Shephard, digging grave for
pauper
June 13, Temporary relief Mrs. Jane Olds,
Mrch 2, E.
f.
Phillips, assisting Erwin
fomUy
July 1, Temporary reUef, Nellie Olds ...
June 14,- ..
20,
16,
May 4,
July 6,
Nov. 11,
Oct. 7, C. C. Carr, coffin for pauper.
Dec. 8, Temporary reUef, Mrs. wyman..
53, Mrs. Herzog...
Oct. 13, Wyman..
8, John Herzog..
July 8, A. E. Cox, livery for funeral of
pauper
Oct. 12, Aaron AxteU, assisting paupers..
Nov. 30, Geo. Barrett
29, J. D. AUen, assisting M.Vargason,
21, Temporary relief, Bertie Olson...
Mrs. Jane Olds,
Wm. Kirkwold,
K. Knutson—
G.W.Young...
Dec. 21,
17,
14,
Nov. 3,
».
2,
1882.
Feb. 27,
27,
Jany 24, D. H. Stimson, boarding paupers,
24, Temporary relief, Mrs Hettinger,
24, H. Slocum, assisting pauper
1881.
Oct. 8, Temporary relief, Jacob Karnz ..
8. H. A. Olson ...
8 J. N. Williams,
13, Erwinfamily..
Dec. 31, Mrs. Herzog...
Oct. 12, Walter Markham, assisting pau­
per
31, Temporary reUef, Bertie Olson..
Dec.
1882.
Jany
Mary Moore..
Mis. Bettinger.
Gilb.Gilbertson,
Herzog family,
Mrs. Bettinger,
Wyman fomily,
J. F. Bradford,
James MuUen.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
1881
Mrch 14,0. J. Dickens, vUlage Dexter
1882
Feb! 6, M. O. Wilsie, Gd. Meadow
Jan. 16, D. W. Donaldson, Frankford ....
5, C. Meyer, Nevada..
5, H. M. Mclntyre, vil
6, J. J. Hunt, Waltham...
6, W. T. Dudley, village Lyle
17, R. Griffith, city of Austin
10, John Matherson, Lansing
7, J. A. Smith, Austin
11, A. Hotson, Lyle
1881
Dec! 31, Geo. Sanborn, village Brownsdale
Jan. 3, C. Manchester, Udolpho
Feb. 20, J. Cannon, Lodi
Jan. 12, H. W. Sargeant, Sargeant
Dec. 26, E. O. Faucett, village Lyle
Jan. 12, John Cronan, Windom
18, M. Krebsbach, Adams
18, J. C. Johnson, Bennington
18, T. M. Gibbs, Clayton
9, E. 8. Hoppin, P. VaUey
9, A. G. Anderson, Marshall
9, D. W. McCanna, Grand Meadow.
11, C. F. Tompkins, Red Rock
28, C. A. Roy, LeRoy
1881.
1 10
6'40
1 82
1 00
9 96
30, J. A. Hart, ne 25 102 18, 1878
and 1879
18, A. Aslackson, personal property
tax, 1880
10, L. Botsford, personal property
tax, 1880
1881.
32 31
144 24
98 21
Auditor Mower County.
8 40
25 63
29 69
16 87
8 11
18 62
7, Taopl Farm Co., Taopi elevator
6. P. T. Mclntyre, sec. 510316, rec't
cancelled
19, J. Easton. se 2810214,1879..
18,0. Everson, ne nw 9 10117,
1876 and 1877
31, C. 8. Weed, J* se 23 103 14,
1879
11, J. C. Easton, Sw se 1210216,
1865.
15 16
Total refunded tax
POOR EXPENSES.
$2,358 82
April 5, Temporary relief, Mrs. Ole Jacob
son
5, Temporary relief, Erwin family..
Mrch 17! M. J.Oleson...
30, Erwinfomily..
Jany 5, W. Edward, physician for poor..
Mrch U, Temporary relief, Mis. Geo. Sny­
der
12, Temporary relief, Wm.Browning,
21,
19,
1».
19.
28,
16 00
825
5 00
900
7 20
5 00
1 25
2 83
1 65
2 00
3 50
3 75
3 90
6 00
2 75
11 00
4 75
898
2 75
200
10 00
800
Erwin fomUy.
Mrs. Olds
Erwinfomily..
Mrs. Murdoch,
Mrs. Bertie Olson,
26, H. Slocum, coal for Mrs.Bettinger,
2, A. Dettelbach, clothing foe pauper,
AprU 11, Temporary relief Erwin family..
MrchSO, H.W. Bullis. assisting pauper....
80, Geo E. Wilbour, clothing for
pauper,
AprU 25, Temporary relief, M. E. Stoddud,
21,
Mrch 2,
April 18,
May-31,
27,
Mrs.B.L.MerriU,
Erwin fomUy..
LabanHfll....
A. Markham ..
Mr. Herzog—
Kirkwood fom-
fly
24, Temporary relief, Alb. 8torms,..
1877.
Jany 4, Peter Henry, care Amie Olson ..
May 19, Temporary relief, M. J. Olson-..
1878.
May S, Lyon Co. assisting Mower Co.
Pauper ...
Swsgaspsgwe
13 50
10 00
21 00
3 00
2'25
8 00
10 00
8 50
6 22
40
15 00
2 71
2 45
12 00
4 05
8 00
10 00
4 47
2 00
20 00
10 00
18 40
30 00
10 00
3 50
13 75
5 00
1 50
19 00
2 00
2 04
1 00
3 25
260
6 50
1 75
10 00
20 00
5 00
6 50
5 45
3 70
5 25
1 50
6 00
69 68
1 75
10 00
7 00
1 75
3 00
5 00
6 20
1 25
10 co
20 00
5 00
41
3 75
4 06
6 50
9 50
5 40
5 00
4 00
3 00
7 00
3 80
5 00
Mrs. Wyman...
J. J. Casey
Mary Olson.
Bertie Olson...
J. J. Casey.
15 00
7 25
5 00
23 05
128 30
5 00
4 00
5 00
14 25
3 00
2 50
6 00
12 00
3 48
5 00
6 00
6, S. C. Olson, coffins for paupers...
6, Dr. E. D. Stoddard, care H. Con­
don
Casey
paupers...
Casey
15, James MuUen.
28, Mrs. Herzog...
28, Bettinger,
4, J.J.Casey
4, J. Martz, coffin for pauper.
4, Temporary relief, Mis, Bettinger,
4, J.J.Casey....
4,

O. Hughs
Total poor expenses
ELECTION RETURNS.
.81,078 46
1882.
Jany 6 00
3 20
3 20
2 60
5 00
3 00
7 00
4 80
5 20
3 20
6 00
5 00
7 15
3, O. Lestrud, Pleasant Valley
3, S. Swenson, Sargeant
3, L. M. Gaskill, village Dexter....
3, G. W. Phillips, Marshall
3, C. J. Higbee, Grand Meadow ....
3, T. B. Johnson, Waltham
3, W. Vannetta, Racine
7, P. O. Peterson, vUlage Taopi
7, Thos. Kough, Lodi
3, A. C. Bisbee, Nevada
3, C. H. Cotton, Le Roy
3, L. G. Moore, vil'ge Grand Meadow,
3, F. T. Shoemaker, Bennington ...
Total election returns 8 61 35
1 50
3 00
7 00
9 00
1 25
5 00
3 00
27 50
3 00
3 50
5 50
3 50
6 00
5 50
6 25
1 75
5 00
12 25
5 25
2 75
7 25
8 00
5 50
1 75
6 25
Total births and deaths.... 8146 25
COURT EXPENSES.
April 14, H. H. Horn, court reporter 260 0o
Mrch 31, G. F. Goodwin, costs in RUey case 52 06
April 9, J. M. Burlingame, assisting att'y,
RUey case 169 ft
March 1, C. C. Kinsman, court comm. fee.
July 7, G.F.Goodwin, costs in RUey case
Oct. 8,8. T. Hlllman, court reporter....
8, H. H. Horn, ....
Dec, 10, L. French, defending Peter Ma­
son
21. H. H. Horn, court reporter
Oct. 8, 8. T. Hillman,
6 00
79 30
50 00
50 00
10 00
30 00
50 00
Total court expenses 8756 41
TEXT BOOKS.
June 29, Paid State for text books 92 21
1882.
Feb. 7,
1881.
Dec. 12,
April 18,
28 50
13 40
52 30
Total text books...
8186 41
STATE OF MINNESOTA,)
County ot Mower. I
We the undersigned Commissioners of Mower
County do hereby certify that the foregoing is a
correct statement of the receipts and expenditures
of said County, from the 28th day of February, 1881,
to the 1st day of March, 1882.
f!h*irman Board Co. Commissioners.
Attest H. W. ELMS,
OLOTHINO.
CLOTHING!
AND GOODS FOB
Mens', Youths', Boys' and
Children's Wear,
rn ftne, medium and low-prioed fabrics. I 6ff«r
the largest stock of the beet
Ready-Hade Clothing
•VKB EXHIBITED IN THIS CITY,
Adapted to all purposes and at lowest Cash Prio s.
My goods are
BETTER HADE,
CUT, TBI UH *CD,
AND FINISHED
Tbaa are to be found elsewhere. This I gwraatee
ALSO A FINE LINK OF
GENTS' FURNISHING G00D6,
Hatt and Caps,
Trunks and Valitea.
An inspection of my stock is respectfully so
lielMd.
E. DUNKLEMANN,
THE OIJOTHIER.

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