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VOL. XV.---NO. 6.
BUSINESS CARDS.
w. n» MBRBIOK,
LA WYKR,
Richards' Block, Austin. Minn. 40-ly
QRMANZO ALLEN,
JUDGE OF PROBATE,
Attorney at Law and Real Fsti'e Ageut. Uollfc
au
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J^-iIuWAY HOU3E,
"P^ULLOCK & PIERCE,
1
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In Bast mi's
Mock, AUSIID, Mmneiota. 39-tf
MoDO ALD, M. D., 0. M.,
Ti v^ r^.'U,a'i
0f
.Mca"* Medical rollegn. nfrcal,
ajloc.lcdin Aus for he irp se of practi ins
nig pro.c sion. Office at R.v. 8. W. Dty'a reai
dou e, sontb side Public Squire, where ull day and
Qtgnt cats will bo promptly responded to.
W. L. 1T0LLISf ER, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN ASD SURGEON.
Owner of Maiu and Winona !b treats, Austin, Mln
nesota. No cards. jun20
M. GREEN HAN,
A TTOR.XEV AT LAW.
lt record
lu* in, M®u.'
,a
D. B. JOa.SSON, JB
(be U. 8
Schleua"t*8 b,ock.
Maa street,
40 Iy
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Austin, Mit,n. ac iefs in all th9 courts 'f the
ate. rompt atiemion give to Collecting Of
fu-e over the Mowe Ui.ua B»nk. juu20
IIALL, Jk HAY
Proprietors. Raes, $2.00 per d»y. God Sara~l«
citvfrp^nf'0^- °nrrala **'-ed to and from ihe
city free of charge. Lp town mnect by tela
I bone at Clemnier & 1\ o'er'*. Austin, Minn.
JJED CEDAR MILLS]
•/. GREGSON,
Manufacturer and Wholesale De ler in tbe best
brands of Graces' and Bakers" FU Also aU
•/km!* j, F.eeJ
toe 81,0
.omVoftaeUc'it?mn-'
at his store on Main
1111 #t the
M"8- 17. L. AMES,
w. M. HOWE,
M'11'
(Or tter known as MBS. TOPLIFF.) is back to
Anstin, to attend to all calls as HID-WIFE, day or
mgat. 3tie is the ng 1: wornaa in the tight piac«
Booms over Stveningson & John on' store O
LATE REGISTER OF DEEDS,
Haa a omplete Abstract 0/ title to all the Beal Es­
tate in Mo*er county. Will enmim titles, pity
£?r non-residents, etc. Office in Dunebel
mans block.
I^AFAYBTTE FBENOH,
jun20
ATTORNEY AT LA IF,
Austin, Minn. Collections and other baiin'-sa ft
tended to carefulyand promptly. Agent ol the
A.tna a other F»ra Insurance companies Office
Bank blcck. jun20
A. BATES,
MANUFACTURES AND dealer IS
LIGHT ASD HEAVY CARRIAGES.
Makes theie goods to order in a'ip-top, satisfactory
manner. Dexter and side bar buggie* a specialty.
Fac ory northeast corner of public square, Au tin.
Minnesota. 40-ly
E. B. CRANE,
A TTORSEY A LA W,
Beal Es'ate ard Collection Atfent. Taxes paid for
•On-residents. t^*Office, 2d fl ior of Dunkelman's
new block. Main street. 19-tf
BARBERS de HAIR DRESSERS.
Booms under Mower County Bank, Main street,
Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay.
All branches of the business conducted in the most
approved stj
le. WBaths—plunge or shower, hot
orcosd—att.stied.
M. CAMERON,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
And Beil Estate Agent. Collections made and
taxes paid. Office, north side Public Square, in
brick building, Austin, Mian.
H. A. AVERT,
DENTIST,
mm, MM.
Office over Dona &
WOLD'S Drug st re
BROWNSDALE.
^yEISEB & 8HOBTT,
REAL EST
A TE Jt COLLECTION A
GENTS,
Conveyancers and Notaries Public, Brownsdale,
Minn. Improved and wild lands for sale in Mower
and Dodge counties, litles examined and taxes
paid for nan-residents. jun20
SOCIETIES.
jpttDELITY LOIGE, No. 89, A. F. ft A. M.
ft The regular communicitions of this lodge
_#^_.are held in Masonic Hal', third story Bas
/\i\ ford's block, Antin, Minnes »ta, on the Aral
»an third Wednesday evenings of each
m?nlh.
C. L. WEST, W. M.
L. G, BASFOBD, Secretary.
J^OYAL ABCH CHAPTER, No. 14.
—A. The stated convocation! of this Chapter are
a^fh-ld in Masonic Hall, Austin, Minnesota, on
-he g-icond. and fourth Fridiy evenings of etch
mont£. c. L. WB8T, H. H. P.
F. ^Cbase, Secretary.
gT. BERNARD COMMANDERS', K.\ T.\ No. 13.
/A I Meets second Monday evening of tach
'month at Masonic oaU.
D. B. SMITH. E. O.
C. H. DAVIDSON, Recorder.
O O.P.
The regnlsr meetings of Austin
Lodge, No. 20, are held in their hall
-every Taesday evening. Odd fellows
from other juri-dictions. whose busi­
ness may lead them t) Ans in, are cordially invl ed
to vMt ns. W. H. BULLOCK. N. G.
A. DBTTKUACH, Secretary.
JEWELRY.
"DON'T YOU FORGET IT!"
Gk Sch.leud.er
IS AUSTIN'S
I O N E E
nCALEB IX
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
SILVER-PLATED WARE, ETC.
OaU «n hiat, and look over his elegant stock
ain street.
DRUGS, AO.
^QOBR & WOLD,
F&E3CBIPTI0N
DRUGGISTS,
And dealers in
Stationery, Books, Etc.
joaso AVSTIN, M1HH.
MOWER
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
Showing Receipts and Expenditures of
MOWER COUNTY,
For the Year Ending
FEBRUARY 28TH, 1882.
COUNTY PROPERTY.
Court house, jail and lots 85,000 00
Fixtures in court house and jail 500 00
N 81.103,18, poor farm 4,000 00
Live stock on poor farm 34150
Farm machinery 322 15
Household furniture, bedding, etc .. 167 45
Seed grain on band 200 00
Block (13), city of Austin 8,000 00
Court house foundation, not complete... 4,000 00
Total value of county property 822,531 10
RECEIPTS.
County funds on hand March 1,1881.... $18,395 11
County tax collected from March 1,1881,
to June 1,1881 9,373 82
Penalty and interest from March 1,1881,
to June 1,1881 747 35
Probate Ices from March 1,1881. to June
1, 1881 85 oo
D. M. Thompson, for coal, from March I,
1S81, to June 1,1881 51 66
District treasurer, for text books, from
March 1,1881, to June 1, 1881 254 0G
Interest on deposits from March 1,1881,
to June 1,1881 220 16
County tax collected from Junel, 1881,
to October 1, 1881... 3,689 22
Dist. treasurer, for textbooks, from June
1,18S1, to October 1, 1881 93
Penalty and interest from June 1, 1881,
to October 1, 1881 2,572 40
Interest on deposits from June 1, 1881, to
October 1, 1881 286 91
Produce from poor farm from June 1,
1881, to October 1, 1881 267 00
County tax collected from October, 1,
1881, to March 1, 1S82 10.021 02
Penalty and interest from October 1,1881,
to March 1,1882 2,371 17
Interest on deposits from October 1, 1881,
to March 1, 1882 407 76
Dist. treasurer, for text books from Oc­
tober 1, 1881, to March 1, 1882 94 90
Produce from poor farm from October 1,
1881, to March 1, 1882 316 20
Jury fees from October 1,1881, to March
1. 1$S2 7143
Probate fees from October 1, 1881, to
March 1,1882 70 00
Grand total $49,388 28
EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR ENDING FEBRUARY
28TH, 1882.
Salaries of county officers $ 7,803 34
Poor farm expenses 924 48
New court house expenses
Court house and general expenses ...
Sheriff and deputy sheriff lees
Commissioners' fees
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
Total
County fund on hand March 1, 1882..
1881
March
August
October
Dec.
November
1882.
Jan.
1881.
5,566 76
1,489 65
1,884 23
714 20
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
..$32,467 17
... 16,921 11
Grand Total $49,388 28
SALARIES OF COUNTY OFFICERS.
Feb. 23, W. K. Porter, salary, auditor's
clerk for Feb $92 98
March 3, P. T. Mclntyre, salary, Co. treas­
urer for Feb.... 125 00
4, O. Finhart, Jr., salary, -jailer, for
14, G. ^Bmnd/saiary," ove^er poor
for January
20, G. F. Goodwin, salary, Co. att'y,
for February
April, l, H. G. Griswold, salary, auditor's
clerk for March
1, Ormanzo Allen, salary, judge pro­
bate, quarter ending April 1 ..
2. H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor
for March
2, G. F. Goodwin, salary, co. att'y,
for March
4, O. Finhart, salary, jailer, for
66 66
25, P. T. Mclntyre, salary, Co. treas­
urer, for March
45 00
125 00
30, H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for April
30, H. G. Griswold, salary, auditor's
Qlerk, for April
125 00
May 2, Ormanzo Allen, salary, judge pro­
bate, for April ........ .....
4.O. Finhart, salary, jailer, for
March 106 00
30, A. H. Tuttle, salary, Co. supt. for
April 100 00
June 1, A. H. Tuttle, salary, Oo. supt. for
May 100 00
1, H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for May 125 00
1, H. G. Griswold, salary, auditor's
clerk, ior 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'v,
for June '. 66 66
30, H. \V. 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, ior June 75 00
2, A. H. Tuttle, salary, Co. supt. for
June 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, auditors
clerk, for July 58 34
14, Dr. G. M. Alsdurfi, salary,Co.phy
sician, March, April, May and
June 30 00
14, P. T. Mclntyre, salary, Co. treas­
urer, for June 125 00
A&g. 3. P. T. Mclntyre, salary, Co. treas­
urer, for July
6, O. Finhart, salary, jailer, for July
2, Ormanzo Allen, salary, judge pro*
bate, for July ."
old, salary, auditor's
31, H. G. GriswoL_,
clerk, for August
31. H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for August
31, G. F. Brand, salary,overseer poor,
for July
July 19, G. F. Brand, salary, overseer poor,
for June
Sept. 2, Ormanzo Allen, salary, judge pro­
bate, for August
5, P. T. Mclntyre, salary, Co. treas­
urer, for August
14, G. E. Brand, salary, overseer poor,
for August
10,.O. Finhart, Jr., salary, jailer, for
30 42
30 42
75 00
125 00
30 42
45 00
58 34
30, H. G. Griswold, salary, auditor's
clerk, for September
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 183 32
Oct. U, Ormanzo Allen, salary, judge pro-
S.ate. 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, O. Finhart, Jr., salary, jailer, for
October 45 00
25, H. G. Griswold, aalary, auditor's
clerk to November 25tb
30, H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for November
30, H. W. Elms, salary, balance clerk
hire, for November
1, A. H. Tuttle, salary, Co. supt for
47 13
125 00
11 21
100 00
1, G. L. Case salary, Co. treasurer,
for October
1, Ormanzo Allen, salary, judge pro­
bate, for October
1, Ormanzo Allen,
salary, judge pro­
bate, for November...,
1, G. L. Case, salary, Co. treasurer,
for November
20, G. F. Goodwin, salary, Co. atfy,
for October and November....
12, G. P. Brand, salary, overseer poor,
104 00
75 00
75 00
125 00
133 32
for quarter ending Dec. 12 ....
6, O. Finhart, salary, jailer, for Nov.
31,1. Patchin, salary, auditor's clerk,
for December
31, C. D. Belden, salary, Co. supt for
December
31, H. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for January 125 00
31,1. Patchin, salary, auditor's clerk,
for January 58 34
1, G. L. Case, salary, Co. treasurer,
for January 12500
l. Ormanzo Allen, salary, judge pro­
bate, for January 79 17
6, C. D. Belden, salary, Co. snpt. for
Feb.
January 100 00
6, O. Finhart, Jr., salary, jailer, for
January... 45 00
28, II. W. Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for February 125 00
18, C. D. Belden, salary, Co. supt. for
February 100 00
28, G. L. Case, salary, Co. treasurer,
tor February 125 00
28,1. Patchin, salary, auditor's clerk,
for February 58 34
Brand, cash paid for labor .. 41 00
E Door, goods for poor larm... 3 79
8, H. Slocum, wood for poor farm 18 50
1, P. II. Mahoney, machine for poor
farm 34 00
8, Dugan & Romberg, blacksmith
ing for poor farm 4 25
8, Crane & Patterson, hardware for
poor farm 16 50
7, Ira Jones, hardware for poor farm, 7 15
Aug. 23, C. A Gillett, work 011 poor farm .. 70 00
22. J- S. Furtney, work on poor farm, 35 00
Oct. 12, J. Solner, goods for poor farm ... -12 92
July 7, J. Solner,
44
45 Jn,y
balance year ending March 11, 100 00
23, G. F. Goodwin, salary, Co. att'y,
66 67
Juy 6, J. Solner, goods for poor farm ... 13 46
6, C. A Gillett, work on poor farm, 31 05
6, Jas. Murphy, threshing on poor
fann 51 62
6, Thos. Murphy, work on poor farm, 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 farm, 13 75
6, Ball & Griswold, goods for poor
farm 7 55
6, Ira Jones, hardware for poor farm, 6 55
6, J. J. Kornberg, blacksmithing for
poor farm 12 85
4, Dorr & Wold, goods for poor farm, 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
Public Square $1,925 00
ov. 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 800 00
Jny 5, D. J. Tubbs, part payment on
foundation
Feby 24, D. J. Tubbs, part payment on
foundation
planting
58 33
225 00
125 00
7, H. Curtis, drayage
26, O. C. LaBar, 3 days on equalizing
board
26, O. C. LaBar, 4 days on auditing
board
26, H. C. Anderson, 2 days on equal­
izing board
25, H. W. Elms, 4 days auditing
board and postage .. ..
Aug. 22, H. W. Elms, postage
66 67
July 8, O.C. LaBar,court house committee, 24 90
T""""
8, O. C. LaBar,
8, O. C. LaBar,
8,0. C. LaBar.
Sept. 15, Dr. W. L. Hollister, examining
insane person
2, Jas. Konkle, conveying J. Gaffer
ty to insane hospital
7, H. W. Elms, postage April, May
and June
8, Oscar Ayers, court house com­
mittee
8, Oscar Ayers, court house com­
mittee
8, Oscar Ayers, court house com­
mittee
8, W. B. Mitson, court house com­
mittee
8, W. B. Mitson, court house com­
mittee
8, W. B. Mitson, court bouse com­
mittee
8, W. B. Mitson, court house com­
mittee
8, W. B. Mitson, court house com­
mittee
8, W. B. Mitson, court house com­
mittee
7, Ira Jones, hall for March term
court
7, M. M. Trowbridge, recording offi­
cers bonds
7, M. M. Trowbridge, list of mort­
gages....'
7, Smith & Yates, rent register deed
office
Aug. 30, Jas. Konkle,'conveying JobnGaf
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
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 court house
8, D. M. Thompson, coal for court
house
7, Frank Zoeller, notary fee
7, W. K. Barnes,
6, R. Griffith, oraer vacating public
square
6, F. I. Crane, lumber for county..!
12, O. C. LaBar, court house supt., 4
days
Nov. 4, H. B. Corey, conveying tnsaiw
man to hospital
Oct 6, H. W. Elms, postage
Aug. 23, O. C. LaBar, courthouse supt...
23, O. C. LaBar, court house supt, 4
days
23,0. C. LaBar, court house supt, 4
days
Dec. 27, Mis. P. T. Mclntyre, error on tax
receipt
Aug- 22, R. B. Whiting, examining title..
July
58 34
75 00
Aprii.. 4500
5, G. F. 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
Oct
Jny
125 00
45 00
Oct.
75 00
58 34
125 00
Jny 10, Dr. G. M. Alsdurff, salary county
physician, to Jan. 1, 1882
4, O. LaBar, court house supt., 4
days
4, O. C. LaBar, court house snpt, 4
days and telegraphing
6, Crane & Patterson, hardware for
court house
«, N. K. Noble, canvassing
returns
4, O. C. LaBar, court house supt,'4
days
4.0. C. LaBar, court house supt.',*4
days
4,0. C. LaBar, court house supt., 4
days
4, La&yette 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 77T.
6, H. 81ocum, coal for court house
and poor ftrm
1881.
Aug. 22, M. M.
91 25
45 00
58 33
31, H. W. -Elms, salary, Co. auditor,
for December
81, G. Case, salary, Co. treasac$r,
for December
6, A. H. Tuttle, salary, Co. supt for
100 00
125 00
125 00
100 00
46 00
75 00
67
9,0. Finhart, salary, jailer, for Dec.
8, Ormanzo Allen, saliury, judge pro­
bate, for December....' .......
4, G. F. Goodwin, salary, Co. att'y,
for December....
&
July 7, H. B, Corey, sheriff.
7 ..
Sept,
Oct.
Total officer's salaries $7,803 34
POOR FARM EXPENSES.
Mch SO, A. C. Bisbee, 5 cows for poor farm, 132 50
Jany 5, GE.Wilbour, clothing for pauper, 5 90
5, Solner, goods for poor farm.... 21 05
March 1, Ira Jones, goods lor poor farm... 9 30
1, Solner, ... 1575
1,0. M. Thompson, coal for poor
farm 05 33
1, Dugan & Co., blacksmithing ... 16 00
2, Calos Fenton, taking pauper to
poor farm 1 50
Jany 5, E. B. Williams, cheese for poor
farm. 5 09
July 1, Kent &'Woodward, machine extras, 3 00
7, Taylor & Ball, goods for poor farm, 46 53
C.
6,
6,
6,
6, H. B. Corev,
6,
6,
6,
M. B. Johnson,
H. B. Corey, sheriff
66
6,
6,
0,
4, H. B. Corey, sheriff
4,
... 19 80
Aug. 22, Taylor & Ball, goods for poor farm, 23 50
410 49
600 00
Total new court house expenses $5,566 76
COURT HOUSE AND GENERAL EXPENSES.
1881.
March 2, J. M. Wyckoff, postage $.
31, O. C. LaBar, 4 days on auditing
board
30, H. W. Elms, one day on auditing
board and postage
30, J. M. Wyckoff, 3 days on audit­
ing board
30, T. J. Van Mackelenberg, physi­
cian for pauper..
T. K. Dahle
(I
R. A. Donaldson.,
4
W. B. Mitson....'.'.
O. C. LaBar
Oscar Ayers
Aug. 24,
24,
4 IX)
24'
12 00
Oct, 12,
Aug. 23,
July 28,
Aug. 23,
24,
Oct. 7.
1882.
Jany 4,
7,
7.
7,
4,
6,
7,
5 50
9 00
li. A. Donaldson..
17 00
H. C. Andenon...
J. B. Graves
Oscar Ayers
T. K. Dahle
R. A. Donaldson..
20 00
5 50
11 00
12 tH)
7, W. B. Mitson
9 00
Total commissioners fees
WITNESS FEES.
1881.
Jany 5, II. F. Hickok
May 14, L. Nugent
16, Jake Fisher
16, A. E. Cox
16, M. O. Brian
9, E. F. Burnett
April 27, J. Adams
May 4, Eugene Wood
April 28, G. W. Clough
28, C. L. West
28, L. J. Brock way
28, Geo Morris
11, L. G. Wheeler
11, W Hunkins
12, A. H. Hill
12, H. A. Fairbanks
12, T. J. Shehan
Mrch 17, T. Lukens
17, Jo Miller
17, Chas Bell
April 20, N. K. Noble
26, W. L. Hollister
Mrch 11, Brockway
April 6, Jo Miller
6, John Rustad
7, A. McNeil
7, John Nugent
9, Nellie Monahan
9, Pat. Carr
9, D. Giles
9, Jas. McEwin
», W. H. Clay
9, Arthur Wood
9, W. W. Keyser
'9, J. P. Green
9. Walter Burk
9, J. P. Williams
9, H.J. Miner
9, J. S. Cox
9, A. Young
11, Calos Fenton
11, D. J. Tubbs.
1, L. French
Mrch 30, John Walsh
30, Wm. Hay
30, Gunder Nelson
30, L. Dettlebach
31, L. H. Brockway
31, J. H. Mansfield
31, A. M. Fleck
31, A. Hall
31, A. Wiley
22, Geo. Young
22, Wm. Young 1
22, O. Severson
22, J. H. Johnson
22, Gulick Johnson
22, A. N. Kloster
22, A. Wiley
22, T. Engelsted
22, P. Gilligan
22, P. Gerwin
22, John Thompson
22, F. Gerheart 1
21, John Rustad
22, Thos. Madden
21, P. E. Jace
22, N. Thompson
21, J. F. Adams
19, Clyde Gilbert
19, A. Axtell
19, Elmer Roes
28, A. Young
28, William Young
25, J. H. Mansfield
25, H. J. Miner
29, Gulick Olson
29, Nels.Thompson
29, T. Madden .VT.
April 13, J. Rauey,.... ...,
Mrch 29, F. Gerheart
29, A. N. Kloster
.28, John Carr, Jr
28, J. P. Williams
29, John H. Johnson
28, W.E. Barker
April 1, Thos. Riley
8, Geo. Rapp
May 3,C. H.Coats
2, J. CO*
April 27, F.'Cooper
27, Thos. Dugan
27, Wm. Hayes
27, T. McCOrmick
27, T. Meany
27, Geo. Gibson
25,Silas Dutcher
27, Chas. Riley, Jr
27, D. W. Gibson
27, N. Kolle
27, William Carter
27, W. 8. Repass
22, O. W. Shaw
22, Birdie Smith
20, Jas McGrath
20, D. J. Lyke
20, Wm. Waddock
20, D. A. McFadden
22, Fred Ford
18, F. A. Engle
May 28, O. F. Miller
3% Addle Miller
80, W. H. Hyland
27, C. R. Padelford.............
14, James Trtiesdell
21, Mrs. C. R. Padelford.. ....
4, Ira Jones
24, Ben Eyre
23, M. B. Johnson
April 15, C. B. Staples
15,0. O. Finhart
15, Frank Riley
15, Calos Fentou
15, F. D. Beecher.
15, Chas. BJley, Jr
15, John Lambert
13, Peter Zeller
13, Ole Benson
13, Carl 8achaie
15, Thos. Riley
15,0. N. Olberg
15, F.Clay .....................
16, W.H.Sutton
16, C.-N. Besicker
16, C.T.Cole..
1 6 8. A. Gorton
i-- 16, &F.Gibbons... ..
15 00
2 50
a
ou
is 45
13 00
9 00
3 15
17 45
7 50
13 10
23 20
39 95
14 10
5 80
26 00
20 40
22 55
4 30
25 00
2 68
40 00
37 50
12 00
16 35
45 12
9 86
7 50
55 10
37 50
56 18
•8 00
6 50
1 25
6 88
1 25
1 75
3 54
5 60
2 00
22 95
20 00
30 50
3 00
22 90
20 00
20 00
4 00
1 00
45 00
20 00
21 45
7 90
3 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
33 75
34 15
20 85
306 57
Trowbridge, recording deeds,
Jny 4, W. B. Mitson, 4 days on auditing
board 7TT.
6, J. E. Canevan, work on court
house
5 72
12 00
8 00
Total court house and general ex­
penses $it4g9 65
SHERIFF AND DEPUTY SHERIFF FEKS.
1881.
MrchSO, T. J. Shehan, Riley case 3300
80, M.B. Johnson, deputy sheriff... 18 90
31, H.B. Corey, ... 24 00
31, D. H.Stimson, ... 2010
31, H. B. Corey, ... 88 «0
31, D. H. 8timson, 17 90
31, 16 90
28 80
M, H. B.^orey, ... 23 80
1 ... 42 00
80, ... 28 80
30. ... 28 60
so, «. 24 60
"80, D. H. Stimson, *. mm
so. SSj
ao, ." Join
80, H. B. Corey, 24 60
April 0,.D.H.Stimson, A '... 7S
.8-8
Mrah 26,1L B. Johnson," 2 jX
$ McCto£ey. 10 00
26, A. S. Bunt, 5 00
April p. BUGttlnson," 40 00
11, J. McCloskey 2 50
MrchSl, &ven Andenon, deputy sheriff... 28 ao
3 I S as 8 9 1 0
$ 5- %*w'
gp??ul
April& XV. Owens, ...... 12 50
Manhai H. B. Corey, 6 00
5, W. w. 8w«et deputy :......v 9 60
Ap^JM*.lfiaQ3lwy,qN0ial 47 so
fm
Mrch 19. P. Zeller
19, W. R. KeL
80, Arthur Wc
80, J. McBwin
18, C. W. Austin
17, Geo. Rapp
aw*- 25 00
a,
20 00
25 00
36 OO
19 10
24 60
90 15
18 25
9 65
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 60
24 60
19 50
88 60
24 50
25 00
24 62
23 40
25 00
36 00
20 00
20 00
12 50
J. McCloskey, deputy sheriff
M. B. Johnson,
T. G. Rav, special deputy
M. B. Johnson,"
W.F.Day,
M. B. Johnson, deputy sheriff.
H. B. Corey, sheriff
Oct.
/,
Dec.
7,
22,
22,
6,
6,
.6,
M. B. Johnson, special deputy!
Ole Finhart, Jr.,
D. H. Stimson, deputy sheriff..
6, M. B. Johnson, deputy sheriff...
8, D. H. Stimson, special deputy ..
7, M. B. Johnson,
1882.
Jan.
4, Jas. McCloskey, deputy sheriff.
4, ti ii
6, D. H. Stimson, 1
1881.
Oct.
1882.
Jan.
6, W. W. Sweet,
July
29, T. G. Olson
7, Mrs. C. R. Padelford.
7, C. R. Padelford
7, Addie L. Miller
21, J. Weisman
21, John Leary
21, John Frank
7, O. Finhart, Jr
7, Fanny Hickok
23, C. H. Davidson
8, C. Fenton
16, John Osborn
22.L.O. Hoiio
22, L. Elliugsou
26, J. F. Trask
21, P. O. Peterson
22, M. Shaffer
22, Chas. Maudler
22, T. G. Olson
22, E. J. Vestram
22, John Ellingson
22,1. E. Erlckson
22, J. Esse
22, o. 0. uive
22,1. N. Thompson
22, A. Jameson
22, E. Jenson
22, G. Olson
22, O. P. Shaw
23, Peter Johnson
24, W. Andrew
23, D. H. Stimson
24, J. H. Johnson
24," J. H. Winslow
24, Wm. Meyers
21, John Wold.:
23, Calos Fenton
21, R. E. Crane
7, A. Loucks
6, Mrs. C. Gulickson
6, M. N. Thompson
15,1. White....VT.
15, R. Maxfield
15, John Armstrong
15, J. M. Maxfield
5, A. Davis
5, Sarah Davis
5, Wm. Davis
20, L. E. Day
16, H. W. Page
22, J. Murphy
6, John Ellingson
», A. O. Tuft
6, O. P. Shaw
14, J. P. Symins
30, JohnMachlin
18, P. O. Gredy...
6, E. J. Westover
6,C. Maxfield
6,1. Ellingson
26, T. Riley
7, A. Axtell
7, Elmer Ross
25, J. C. Kaiser
7, W. B. Mitson
5, Jas. Davis
7, K. O. Wold
7, Elling Erickson
7, A. Gilbert
26, H. A. Fairbanks
7, E. D. Stoddard.
Sept.
July
Sept.
Oct.
10 45
1 90
8 68
8 05
15 00
35 13
Total Sheriff and Deputy Sheriff fees $1884 23
COMMISSIONER'S FEES.
1881.
Mrch 31, II. C. Anderson ."T
31, O. C. LaBar
31, Oscar Ayers
Jany 8, W. B. Mitson
8, W. B. Mitson
8, R. A. Donaldson
MrchSl, W. B. Mitson,
2, R. A. Donaldson
2, II. C. Anderson
2, O. C. LaBar, February session..
2, O. C. LaBar, equalizing board.
2, O. C. LaBar, January session ..
2, Oscar Ayers ...'
2, H. C. Anderson
2, W. B. Mitson
2, W. B. Mitson
Jany 8, O. C. LaBar
July 8, O. C. LaBar
28, R. A. Donaldson
28, R. A. Donaldson
25, O. C. LaBar A
•28, W. B. Mitson
28, W. B. Mitson
26, H. C. Anderson
8, R. A. Donaldson
8, O. Ayers
8, H. C. Anderson
8, W. B. Mitson
Aug. 24, H. C. Anderson
24,
24 W. B. Mitson
Mrch 31, R. A. Donaldson
Oct. 12, O. Ayers
12
7, H. C. Anderson ... .7....!.!
Nov.
Dec.
Oct.
Dec.
Oct.
Dec.
Nov.
$ 12 00
11 00
9 20
15 20
27 60
20 40
13 80
14 40
12 00
11 00
14 00
11 00
15 40
12 00
13 80
13 80
17 00
11 00
17 40
14 40
14 00
16 80
13 80
9 00
20 40
9 00
12 00
13 80
9 00
12 00
24 60
14 40
4 50
6 00
9 00
900
16 00
11 00
14 40
11 40
17 50
8 00
6 00
6 00
9 00
11 40
Oct.
Sept.
Oct.
July
Oct.
Dec.
Oct.
1882.
Jan.
3, Wm. Cooper
3, P. J. Hawkinson
3, S. Harlson
ia 00
18 00
17 00
16 20
5 00
9 90
20 40
21 30
$7i4 20
2 44
1 12
1 12
10 36
1 12
1 10
1 10
2 22
1 48
1 10
1 10
2 12
3 24
9 36
10 36
5 12
14 00
5 72
18 56
7 08
1 12
1 10
6 24
18 68
4 12
6 00
10 24
95 10
105 80
66 50
90 45
72 65
257 60
7 60
9 00
14 00
6 12
6 12
6 12
244
7 24
3 12
2 12
1 12
2 12
2 12
2 12
4 12
1 12
2 12
2 12
8 00
3 04
3 04
3 40
3 40
3 40
2 86
1 72
3 40
3 28
3 40
3 40
2 80
4 12
3 40
3 72
3 04
3 12
5 76
5 76
5 76
2 44
2 44
1 12
4 12
3 52
3 52
3 64
25 20
4 12
2 92
3 40
212
3 40
8 76
4 48
24 20
1 10
1 12
2 24
2 12
1 12
1 10
1 10
1 10
1 12
1 72
12
1 10
1 10
1 10
2 12
1 10
1 10
1 10
1 10
1 10
1 10
1 12
8 96
8 96
5 96
96
1 12
8 96
1 10
2 12
6 44
868
112
110
1 10
110
184
112
612
27 50
1044
1 10
47 60
1 10
1012
1 10
3 80
1 10
212
212
112
44 25
26 45
12 20
17 90
„lr
3 52
4 92
4 92
4 92
5 96
5 96
5 96
12
2 08
1 10
1 12
1 72
5 00
5 00
7 60
4 00
3 40
3 40
3 40
3 40
3 40
3 40
3 40
3 40
3 40
3 40
3 40
3 40
2 68
4 40
1 12
1 12
3 40
1 12
1 12
1 12
2 12
1 12
2 24
3 20
3 20
11 72
5 84
11 72
11 60
5 84
5 81
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
Total witnesses fees $1,725
STATIONERY AND PRINTING.
1881.
Mrch 30, H. O. Basford, printing
1, Pioneer Press, Co. books for sher
iff
2, PioneerPress Co., blanks for Reg.
2, C. H. Davidson, printing
31, H. O. Basford, pnnting statement
tax, 1880
31, H. O. Basford, blanks for clerk
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,
blanks forjudge pro­
bate
2, H. O. Basford, blanks for county
treasurer
Jany 5, Palmer & Winall, books for regis
tcf of deeds
5, Palmer AWinali, books for regis­
ter of deeds
1880.
May 27, Cameron, Ambergb Co., ink for
register of deeds
Jany 7, Dorr & Wold, stationery for offi­
ces
March 2, Dorr & Wold, stationery for offi­
ces
July 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, 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
8,11. 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,
7,
23 40
24 60
7, Pioneer Press Co., blanks
for audi­
tor 9 00
7, Pioneer Press Co., tax judgment
books 19 00
7, Pioneer Press .Co., daily register
for treasurer: 15 00
7, Pioneer Press Co., assessor's book
and blanks 68 00
28, Pioneer Press Co., tax lists and
blanks
25, Pioneer Press Co., books & blanks,
1 or
7, West Publishing Co, 2 copies
Young's statutes
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 & Winall, 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 & Garten, books for clerk
court 12 00
1882.
Feb. 11, Pioneer Press, tax receipts
14, C. H. Davidson, printing
17, R. R. Marsh,
4, John D. Metz, ledger for auditor,
4, Dorr & Woold, stationery register
of deeds
4, Dorr & Wold, stationery CO. supt.,
4, sheriff..
4, auditor.
4, treasurer
4, clerk..
4
^FJ.R~J '.I J!*»
AUSTIN, MOWER COUNTY, MINN., WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1882. TERMS: Two Dollars Per Annum, in Advance,
7, J. Van House
7, A. Kiefher
8, Geo. Felt~
8, J. Ridlington
8, J. Otter
8, A. Benson
15, S. Swenningson
5, W. V. Lobb
5, J. Van House
5, G. W. Reed
Sept. 26, JJ. C. Markhnm
Oct I 8, S. Bostwick
8, A. II. Smith
8, L. Smith
8, II. Lyons
8, P. Barrett .'
8, H. H. Kent
3, E. P. Van Valkenbcrg
8, L. D. Carter
8, H. Welsel
13, J. Gregson
13, W. V. Lobb
8. P. J. Catzer
10, Geo. Edwards
10, B. F. Langworthy
12, 8. Johnson
7, D. McNttliey
5, Andrew Thompson
17, R. Griffith
17 F. P. McBride
18, Wm. Litchfield
7, Mrs. F. Fisher, supper for jury...
Nov. 5, H. H. Hubbard
Oct. 7, Chas. Muncy
7, S. Summey
7, W. B. Mitson
7, H. B. Sheldon
7, S.Y. Paddock
7, J. Otter
7, Geo. Fett
7, D. McCanna
7, H. S. Eddy
7, J. B. Waddock
8, John Frank
8, L. Alsdurff
7, J. W. Walker
8, M. Majors
8, H. S. Eddy
8, Geo. Dean
7, L. W. Thompson
9, S. W. Day
7, B. Graves
8, A. Hangen
8, N. Goodsell
8,8. W.Day
8, Andrew Benson
8, Amie Hougan
8, S. W. Day
8, M. B. Johnson
8, W. Bently
8, J. H. Johnson
8, A. L. Bush
5, B. F. King
8, A. Hunt
11, R. B. Clark
6, John Wade
If E. M. Barnard
7, M. O. Wilsie
7, R. P. Carey
7, S. S. Bacon
7, L. D. Jackson
Mrch 31, W. H. Anderson, lunch for jury..
May 16, A. E. Cox, juror coroner inquest.
April 5, Chas. Grannis
5, R. O. Carll
5, G. L. Case
5, S. B. Woodsum
2, Geo. Edwards
4, B. O. Benson
4, John Keller
4, G. H. Allen
4, H. J. Hanson
4, John Hickok
4, C. R. Engelstad
4, John Keller
11, J. B. Clark
11, John Van House
4, R. P. Carey
12, Geo. Benton
6, P. Farrell
6, L. W. French
6, F. I. Crane
6, F. Stewart
6, P. O. Maley
8, M. Keysor
9, Geo. Wood
9, O. B. Dearborn
9, F. W. Frisbee
9, J. M. Mason
9, W. W. Sweet
9, F. S. Bagley
11, L. C. Scribner
9, O. G. Anderson
4, C. Meyers
4, S. Y. Paddock
4, J. M. Patch
4, W. B. Spencer
4, C. C. Piner
5, J. F.Carson..
5, P. D. Vaughn
ft, S. S. Washborn
5, J. S. Bowers
5, M. O. Wilson
5, S. Ives
5, H. F. Glover
5 60
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
38 00
3 50
25 39
8 68
24 36
W. F. Glover
5, T. Leonard
4, H. A. Wales
5, N. Goodsell
4, W. L. Barnum
4, J. Lockwood
4, J. C. Johnson
4, W. H. JJently
1, J. B. Clemment
4, L. D. Jackson
4, B. Wright
4, S. Bostwick
4, A. L. Bush
4, G. H. Allen
4, E. M. Barnard
4, M. O. Wilsie
4, 8. J. Sanborn
4, H. B. Shelden
4, George Clow
4, G. T. Jones
4, Z. B. Dailey
4, R. E. Stewart
4, F. Cox
4, John Frank
4, O. E. Loe....
4, J. Otter
4, John Meyer
4, J. J. Gilbertson
4, Th. Irgens
4, L. W. Sherman
4, H. P. Sleeper
4, Peter Hanson
4. D. McTavish
4, T. G. Ray
4, J. E. Joslyn
4, J. F. Rockwell
4, B. Packard
4, A. Bell
4, F. R. Warren
4, J. C. Slater
4, W. L. Henderson
4, E. A. Whitcomb
4, P. Utzinger
1, D. Johnson
1, W. T. Mandeville
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 12
10 01
Mrch 23, S. W. Day
22, S. Knudson
19, L. Kunnestrand
26, W. R. Vandergrift
26, B. T. Jones
26, Schleuder
26, Geo. King
25, C. L. West
24, John Mahoney
24, N. Maxfield
24, S. Sweningson
2A, M. Gregson
24, G. W. Clough
April 1, John Hickok
2, W. R. Vandergrift
2, 8. W. Day
2, A. J. French
2, John Matherson
2, E. Bassett
Mrch 31, Mrs. Fischer, supper for jury
April 27, E. D. Ames
25, O.J. Hill
22, H. W. Page
19, A. H. Chapin
May 24, J. Streaver
Mrch 2, L. B. Fairbanks
24, O. O. Finhart
24, J. W. Eldridge
24, G. E. Rolph
24, M. Teeter
24, L. Runnestrand
24, O Wilder
24, J. H. Bliss
24, D. P. Pietney
24, G. W. Phillips
24, A. Lounsbury
24, T. G. Olson.
24, G. N. Campbell
24, C. Engelstad
1A, E. Kenyon
24, J. R. Canfleld
24, H. Swan
25, S. C. Olson
47 50
88 50
12 00
12 00
5 00
1250
8 00
9 50
12 00
38 00
20 00
137 95
6 00
11 15
14'00
122 85
300
22 15
60 00
74 10
245
14 20
2 §7
2 96
14 42
3 12
10 61
3 02
6 32
13 39
I 11 it
4^ Widman & Sanford, books
register of deeds
for
36 50
Total stationery and printing $2,027 57
JURY FEES.
1881.
Mrch 24, R. Eckford
24, W. F. Dutton
23, W. Vandergrift
April 13, M. B. Slocum
13, C. Deremer
July 4, B. Packard
4, Warren Walker
April 16, W. H. White
12, T. Stewart
Mrch 19, J. F. Carson
19, J. A. Thatcher
19, Smith Purdy
19, John Vanhouse
April 4, E. H. Gerard
4, George King
4,1. C. Thatcher
4, L. Thompson
4, J. E. Engals
4, John Mahoney
4, J. F. Tompkins
Mrch 90, B. Packard
30, J. Van House
g0
29^ J. Blelark
29, E. D. Fenton
July 7, Fleck & Hay, board lor jury..
Sept &. E. P. Van Valkenbere.
July 7, H. W. Bullis, dinner for jury
Sept 21, C. Lewis
24, Adam Goodsell
24, J. Eichstad
24, M. Krebebach
24, C. C. Carr
24, E. H. Bedford
24, O. K. Storlie..
24, C. J. Higbee
24, Thos. Richardson
24,8. Willson
24, V. M. Little
24,G. R. Wilbour
24, A. Hansen
24, John Hubbard..
24, D. B. Vaughn
24, B. F. Bacon.
Jane 15, H. Lyons
MrehSLA. MiFleck, supper for jury.,
Oct i!\8. Sweanlngson .........
7,3, nMBBItai... ...........
7 A. AxMD 7.. ............. ..
26 40
28 69
4 00
3 80
54 00
50
50
3 20
51 00
4 00
10 40
4 00
4 00
36 20
38 00
28 00
37 60
36 20
11 00
38 00
200
4 00
2 00
4 00
2 00
16 02
3 15
1 55
10 00
11 80
19 00
14 00
18 00
13 60
19 20
17 60
12 40
18 60
11 20
10 20
10 00
15 80
11 20
12 20
2 80
4 29
20 20
20 00
4 00
N 1^,
Total jury fees .$3,747 39
JAIL EXPENSES.
1881.
Mrcb 1, Ira Jones, hardware for jail
30, W. R. Van^prift, whitewashing
TRANSCRIPT.
4 00
4 00
18 50
25 80
37 00
22 40
10 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
8 00
80
•W 80
4 00
33 40
30 20
30 20
28 20
36 00
30 20
10 60
4 00
4 00
28 70
1 00
10 20
9 20
2 00
28 20
10 20
10 40
4 33
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
7 00
7 00
10 00
20 00
31 00
10 00
2 00
38 80
16 40
46 40
30 20
32 00
46 00
36 00
4 00
36 00
21 00
9 80
4 00
20 00
10 00
6 00
15 00
17 00
6 00
9 40
2 00
27 50
4 00
4 00
7 00
7 00
7 20
9 00
9 00
2 60
1 00
12 80
6 00
7 50
5 60
8 00
38 40
10 00
45 00
43 00
4 00
50 00
32 60
2 00
2 20
8 80
51 00
2 00
36 20
36 20
10 00
10 80
2 12
5 20
14 50
58 00
20 20
20 20
21 20
64 20
56 00
7 20
8 60
6 80
12 40
11 00
12 40
5 20
6 40
6 00
6 80
6 20
6 20
13 20
13 00
15 80
9 60
6 40
11 40
15 60
8 60
12 40
8 60
11 00
12 00
11 00
2 00
8 60
5 60
13 00
8 60
8 60
12 20
12 00
13 00
15 50
12 60
13 00
13 00
6 40
8 60
6 40
6 40
10 20
6 80
1 40
4 40
9 00
6 20
11 60
9 20
8 60
11 20
12 00
10 60
13 00
2 00
2 00
4 00
19 00
14 00
6 00
2 00
18 20
10 00
April 25, IT. S. Express, 3 packages from
St. Paul 80
2, U. S. Express, 3 packages from
Stillwater 90
C, A. M. Express, 1 package from St.
Panl 30
12, M. & St. P. R. R., 1 package from
Aug. 23,
Oct. 12,
0.
6,
6,
6,
Chicago ~~i
Mrch 28, M. & St. P. 15. R., 1 package from
St. Paul 25
April 13, U. S. Express, 1 package from
Julv 29, r. S. Express, 1 package from
St. Paul 50
June 24, A. M. Express, 1 package from
St. Paul 1 15
1,1,'. S. Express, 1 package from St.
Paul 50
13, U. S. Express, 1 package from St.
Paul 30
Feb. 17, U. S. Express I package from St.
Paul 30
14, A. M. Express, 1 package from St.
Paul 85
1. U. S. Express, 1 package from St.
Paul 25
Jany 3, A. M. Express, 1 package from
Dubuque 55
Dec. 28, U. 8 Express. 1 package from Mc­
Gregor 1 00
Nov. 5, A. M. Express, 1 package from St.
Paul'. 30
Oct. 25, U. S. Express, 1 package from St.
Paul 120
21, A. M. Express, 1 package from St.
Paul 25
8,'A. M. Express, 1 package from
St. Paul 30
Total express and freight $ 12 45
CONSTABLE FEES.
1880.
Mrch 30, G. W. Keller, Riley case 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
1881.
March 2. W. J. 'Southwick 1 45
2, F. Cr. fcay 10 75
July 7, 3 00
8, H. B. Sheffield 4 35
7, P. O'Maley 1 60
8, J. M. Maxfield 15 45
Aug. 24, James Konkle 3 00
July 7, S. Quackenbush 7 60
Nov. 10, John Minette 132 21
Oct. 6, John Thompson 5 50
6, A. Bell 9 15
1882,
Jan. 6, Caleb Lewis 6 85
Total Constable fees.
JUSTICE FEES.
1881.
March 2, N. K. Noble
2, J. W. George
30, E. J. Stimson
1, O. F. Kelley
1, J. L. Gaskill
5, W. B. Mitson
4, E. O. Bullis
Julv 7, N. K. Noble
7, H. M. Kellogg
7, J. J. Gilbertson
7, J. W. George
7, N. K. Noble
Oct, 7, E. H. Wood
6, N. K. Noble
6, W. B. Mitson
6,
6, J. M. Wyckoff
1882.
Jan. 6, N. K. Xoble
1881.
Mrcfi 30, A. W.
30,
30,
31,
1,
1,
1,
1,
1.
July 7,
Kimball
C,
6,
6,
6,
0,
6,
C,
6,
0,
S0I8 20
2,00
2 00
2 00
18 60
18 80
33 10
2 00
2 00
2 00
260
58 30
3 00
4 40
3 20
4 24
46 60
16 20
50
27 20
18 20
24 40
18 40
14 00
25 00
18 90
28 60
22 60
25 20
26 00
26 80
29 80
29 00
29 00
27 20
2 00
16 98
800
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
4 85
1, J. i?. Andrews, hardware for jail,
30, Taylor Ball, goods for jail
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 & Pooler, goods for jail,
2, Clara Palmer, washing for jail..
2, J. Palmer, sawing wood for jail..
1, H. B. Corey, boarding prisoners.
1, Crane & Patterson, gooas for jail,
1, Joseph Adams, work oh jail
July 7, W. R. Vandergrift, whitewashing
jail
7, Jane Palmer, washing for jail...
7, H. B. Corey, boarding prisoners.
8, Mis. H. Scribner, shirts for
7, Mills & Curtiss, cleaning jail yard,
7, S. C. Olson, goods for jail.
7, Ira Jones,
7. L. Nicholson, sawing wood
26, L. Dettelbach, goods for jail
Mrch 31, J. Solner,
Oct 12, P. J. Cratzer, ice for jail
7, H. B. Corey, boarding prisoners,.
6, W. R. Vandergrift, whitewashing
jail..
7, Jane Palmer, washing for jail....
6, Mitchell & Conrad, work on Jail
1882.
Jany 4, Dettelbach Bros., goods for jail..
6, Jane Palmer, wauung for jail
6, Ira Jones, hardware lor i«l
4, N. Kolle, sawing wood for Jail...
4, C. W. Taylor, goods for jail.
5 00
16 45
52 27
300
6 00
26 25
8 48
200
8 50
13 60
4 00
36 85
8 00
14 75
2 50
1882.
Jan. 4, 17 95
24 00
Total clerk court fees...
REFUNDED TAX.
1881.
SI,092 54
Mrch 10, M. Munson, school tax 2 98
April 1, A. V. Ellis, 10 62
1, E. Stanwood, sw *4 ne 5 101 15,
1862 5 00
May 2, W. T. Wilkins, ^'22 10316, 1864
to 1872 914 39
31, John Guy, personal property tax,
Bennington, 1879 1 10
30, J. A. Hart, ne 25 102 18, 1878
and 1879 6 40
18, A. Aslackson, personal property
tax, 1880 1 82
10, L. Botsford, personal property
tax, 1880 1 00
R. B. Wheeler, personal property
tax, 1880 9 96
April 13, E. D. Fenton, se 5 102 16,
1864 to 1874 220 87
Aug. 15, D. B. Johnson, Jr., lots 4 5 6 bl'k
20 R. R. Add. Austin 196 49
16, J. M. Sterling, Si sw and ne
Nov. 19, W. F. Lindeman 38 75
Oct. 14, J. Davidson, refunded tax
Udolphoand Windom 109 19
Nov. 9. R. Doyle, sw 23 103 15,
1879 1
Oct. 3, J. W. Wood, 14 nw 7 101 15,
1869 8 40
7, Taopi Farm Co., Taopi elevator 25 63
6. P. T. Mclntyre, sec. 5 103 16, rec't
cancelled 29 69
19, J. Easton, se 28 102 14,1879.. 16 87
18, O. Everson, nc nw 9 10117,
1876 and 1877 8 11
31, C. 8. Weed, se 23 103 14,
1879 18 62
1882.
Jan. 11, J. C. Easton, sw se 1210216,
1865 15 16
1881.
Total reflinded tax $2,358 82
POOR EXPENSES.
April 5, Temporary relief, Mrs. Ole Jacob
son 16 00
5, Temporary relief, Erwin family.. 3 25
Mrch 17, M. J. Oleson... 5 00
30, Erwin family.. 9 00
Jany 5, W. Edward, physician for poor.. 7 20
Mrch 11, Temporary relief, Mrs. Geo. Sny­
der 5 00
12, Temporary relief, Wm. Browning, 125
21, Erwin family.. 2 83
19, Mrs. Olds 165
19, Erwin family.. 2 00
19, Mrs. Murdock, 3 50
28, Mrs. Bertie Olson, 3 75
26, H. Slocum, coal for Mrs.Bettinger, 3 90
2, A. Dettelbach, clothing for pauper, 6 00
Ajpril 11, Temporary relief Erwin family.. 2 75
MrchSO, H. W. Bullis, assisting pauper.... 11 00
30, Geo E. Wilbour, clothing for
pauper,
April 25, Temporary relief, M. E. Stoddard,
21,
2 25
Mrch 2,
April 18,
May 31,
27,
35,
12 05
4 65
400
3 60
Total jail expenses..... 9 48340
1XPBBSI.A1ID rwflHT.
1881.
May 17, U. 8. Express, package from 8t.
Paul.... 80
31, M. St P. B. B., 2 boxes books
ftom8t. Paul.... 1
ily
^-^4
Mrch 2, S. C. Olson, coffin for E. Rens
berger
2, S. C. Olson, colttn for Erwin chil­
dren
2, H. W. Bullis, care Mrs. E. Rens
berger
1881.
St. Panl 75
Aug. 17, l". S. Express, 1 package from
St. Paul 40
Sept. L". S. Express, 1 package from
4 75
8 98
2 75
2 00
10 00
8 00
4 00
Mrs.B.L.Merrill,
Erwin family..
Laban Hill
A. Markham..
Mr. Herzog....
Kirkwood fem-
10 00
10 00
24, Temporary relief, Alb. Storms...
1877.
Jany 4, Peter Henry, care Arnie Olson ..
1881.
May 19, Temporary relief, M. J. Olson....
187&
May 3, Lyon Co. assisting Mower Co.
pauper
47 00
5 00
30 00
Temporary relief, Erwin family..
Mrs. Murdock.
M. Peterson...
Wm. Way, care Erwin family
Temporary relief, Erwin family..
1.
1.
Feb. 2?,
Mrch 1.
y.
July 7,
Aug. 5.
July 7,
29,
14,
Sept. v.
July 2(5.
Sept. 5,
July 7,
St. Paul 3d
Or. L. D. Jackson, attending pau
Temporary relief, Mike Regan...
Mrs. Stevenson, care Jane Olds...
Temporary relief, Tina Martin...
25,
•»,
25,
June 13,
Mrch 2,
July 1,
June 14,
20,
10,
May 4,
July 0,
Nov. 11,
Oc» 7,
Dec. 8,
23,
Oct. 13,
July 8,'
S289 06
5 85
3 00
4 05
*i 35
7 75
5 60
1 20
19 10
4 45
4 25
6 70
3 82
3 00
9 90
1 75
3 10
4 35
Total justices fees #118 52
CLERK COURT FEES.
copy tax judgment
Total election returns $ Cl 35
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
1881.
Mrch 14, O. J. Dickens, village Dexter 1 50
1882.
Feb.
Jan.
6, M. O. Wilsie, Gd. Meadow 3 00
16, D. W. Donaldson, Frankford 7 00
5, C. Meyer, Nevada 9 00
5, II. M. Mclntyre, village Lansing. 1 25
6, J. J. Hunt, Waltham 5 00
6, W. T. Dudley, village Lyle 3 00
17, R. Griffith, city of Austin 27 50
10, John Matherson, Lansing 3 00
7, J. A. Smith, Austin 3 50
11, A. Hotson, Lyle 5 50
1881.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Dec.
Jan.
31, Geo. Sanborn, village Brownsdale 3 50
3, C. Manchester, Udolpho 6 00
20, J. Cannon, Lodi 30
12, H. W. Sargeant, Sargeant 6 25
26, E. O. Faucett, village Lyle I 75
12, John Cronan, Windom 5 00
18, M. Krebsbach, Adams 12 23
18, J. C. Johnson, Bennington 5 25
18, T. M. Gibbs, Clayton 2 75
9, E. S. Hoppin, P. Valley 7 25
9, A. G. Anderson, Marshall 8 00
9, D. W. McCanna, Grand Meadow. 5 no
11, C. F. Tompkins, Red Rock 1 75
28, C. A. Roy, LeRoy 6 25
1881.
April 14, n.
Mrch 31, G.
April 9, J.
SW 4102 18,1879 20 59
July 20, S. E. Judd, ne nw 7 102 15,
1880 2 69
Sept. 6, West & Brower, sw nw 5101
16,1874 to 1879 R. R. 32 31
6, West & Brower, se 3510116,
1873 to 1880, R. R. 144 24
Aug. 29, West & Brower, nw 11 104 18,
1871 to 1878, R. R. 98 21
Sept. 10, Jas. Davidson, ne 16 101
18, 1878, school land 15 25
June 16, E. Daniels, ne 25 104 15, 1866
and 1867 141 68
20, E. Daniel, ne nw 33 104 14,
1862 and 1863 15 47
22, E. Daniel, ne and ne ne
2410118, 1865, 1866, 1869 and
1872 49 53
28, G. N. Baxter, se 5 103 16,
1880, paid by mistake 29 69
July 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 26 104 18,
1862, to 1879, homstead 150 00
i*-'
13 50
10 00
21 00
3 SO
Temporary relief, Erwin family..
2 25
8 0
10 00
8
6 22
40
15 00
2 71
2 45
Mrs. Harnhart.
Mrs. Wyman..
Jane Olds
12 Oil
4 05
8 00
10 00
4 47
2 00
20 00
10 00
Erwin family..
W.W.Carey...
M. Mclntyre-..
Erwin family..
J. Scliwan, boots and shoes for
pauper
C. Fenton, livery for funeral of
pauper
Temporary relief, Xels Olson
8,
20,
18,
Aug. 10,
July 7,
liart
18 40
10 00
30 00
10 00
C. F. Hadford.
Mrs. J. D. Barn-
3 50
S. C. Olson, coffin for Jane Olds..
S. Willard, digging grave for pau­
per
R. Hall, team for funeral of pau­
per..'
J. Martz, coffin for pauper
Wm. Shephard, digging grave for
pauper
Temporary relief, Mrs. Jane Olds,
E. J. Phillips, assisting Erwin
family
Temporary relief, Nellie Olds ...
13 75
5 00
1 50
19 00
•2 00
2 04
1 00
3 25
2 60
6 50
1 75
10 00
20 00
5 00
6 50
5 45
3 70
5 25
1 50
Mrs. Jane Olds,
Wm. Kirkwold,
K. Knutson
G.W.Young...
C. C. Carr, coffin for pauper
Temporary relief, Mrs. Wyman..
Mrs. Ilerzog...
Wyman..
John Herzog..
A. E. Cox, livery for funeral of
pauper
Aaron Axtell, assisting paupers
Geo. Barrett
J. D. Allen, assisting M.Vargason,
Temporary relief, Bertie Olson...
Oct. 12,
Nov. 30,
29,
21,
Dec. 21,
17,
14,
Nov. 3,
9,
2
1882.
Feb. 27,
27,
Jany 24,
24,
8, Temporary relief, Jacob Karnz ..
8, H. A. Olson ...
8, J. N. Williams,
13, Erwin family..
Dec. 31, Mrs. Herzog...
Oct. 1-2, Walter Markham, assisting pau­
per
Dee. 31, Temporary relief, Bertie Olson..
1882.
Jany 7, Mrs. Wyman...
21, "J. J. Casey
30, Mary Olson.
31, Bertie Olson...
31, "J. J. Casey
6, S. C. Olson, coffins for paupers...
6, Dr. E. D. Stoddard, care H. Con­
don
Feb. 10, Temporary relief, J. J. Casey
Jany 4, T. K. Dahle, assisting paupers...
Feb. 16, Temporary relief, J. J. Casey
15, James Mullen.
28, Mrs. Herzog...
28, Bettinger,
1 as
4, J. Martz, coffin for pauper
4, Temporary relief, Mrs, Bettinger,
4, J. J. Casey ....
4, O.Hughs
26 30
6 00
69 68
1 75
10 00
7 00
1 75
3 00
5 00
6 20
1 25
10 60
Mary Moore...
Mrs. Bettinger.
Gilb.Gilbertson,
Herzog family,
Mrs. Bettinger,
Wyman family,
J. F.Bradford,
James Mullen
20 00
5 00
41 59
3 75
4 06
6 50
9 50
5 40
5 00
4 00
D. H. Stimson, boarding paupers,
Temporary relief, Mrs Bettinger,
24, H. Slocum, assisting pauper
1881,
Oct.
3 00
7 00
3 80
5 00
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
Total poor expenses... ...SI,078 46
ELECTION RETURNS.
1S82.
Jany
3, O. Lestrud, Pleasant Valley 6 00
3, S. Swensou, Sargeant 3 20
3, L. M. Gaskill, village Dexter— 3 20
3, (}. W. Phillips, Marshall 2 60
3, C. J. Higbee, Grand Meadow 5 00
3, T. B. Johnson, Waltham 3 00
3, W. Vannetta, Racine 7 00
7, P. O. Peterson, village Taopi .... 4 80
7, Thos. Kough, Lodi 5 20
3, A. C. Bisbee, Nevada 3 20
3, C. II. Cotton, Le Roy ti 00
3, I.. G. Moore, vil'ge Grand Meadow, 5 00
3, F. T. Shoemaker, Bennington ... 7 15
Total births and deaths— $146 25
COURT EXPENSES.
H. Horn, court reporter
F. Goodwin, costs Riley case
M. Burlingame, assisting att'y,
Riley case
C. Kinsman, court comm. fee.
F. Goodwin, costs in Riley case
T. Hillman, court reporter—
H.Horn,
French, defending Peter Ma­
son
H. Horn, court reporter
T. Hillman,"
March 1, C.
July 7, t»
Oct. 8, S.
8, H.
Dec, 10, L.
21,11
8, S.
Oct.
1881.
June 29, Paid State for text books
1882.
Feb. 7,
1881.
Dec. 12,
April 18,
260 00
52 06
169 05
6 00
79" 30
50 00
50 00
10 00
30 00
50 00
$756 41
Total court expenses....
TEXT BOOKS.
92 21
28 50
13 40
52 30
Total text books $186 41
STATE OF MINNESOTA,!
County of Mower.
We the undersigned Commissioners of Mower
County do hereby certify that the foregoing is a
correct statement of the receipts and expenditures
ofsaid County, from the 28th day of February, 1881,
to the 1st day of March, 1882.
W. B. MITSON,
Chairman Board Co. Commissioners.
Attest H. W. ELMS,
Auditor Mower County.
CLOTHING.
CLOTHING!
AND GOODS FOR
Mens', Youths', Boys' and
Children's Wear,
In ftne, medium and low-priced fabrics. I offer
the largest stock of the beat
Ready-flade Clothing
EVER EXHIBITED IN THIS CITY,
Adapted to all purposes and at lowest Cash Prises.
My goods are
BETTER MADE,
CUT, TRIOED,
AND FINISHED
Than are to be ftund elsewhere. This I guarantee
ALSO A FINE LINE OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Mats and Caps,
Trunks and Valises.
An inspection of my stock is respectfully so­
licited.
E. DUNKLEHANN,
THE CLOTHIER.
Store, ciraer Main and Bridge streets, opposite
First Hattonal Bank, Austin, Minn. 40-ly
"i
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