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VOL. VI.- NO 42
THE GAZETTE
CASH ADVERTISING KATES,
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•srtion All legal Votice* mo*t b«' ttpon thf respon
eibility of the Attorney ordering th»m publish#'1,
•fe affidavit of publication wilt W given until the
publication f«f* tire paid.
Local Notices inserted at 10 ccnti p«r Hoe.
Business cards of five line* or less f6.00.
A Z E E
ALL
kinds of Job work done in the b*«t
style and with and dispatch.
Circulars, Letter Hemh. Bill Ifrnds,
Snv$lope$, Cards. Handbills, fr, £..
Legal, County and Town blanks printed
order and for sale.
Blanks of all kinds, constantly on.'hand
ftnd prices reasonable.
Business Directory.
M.
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''0WK''L' LAWYER,
Redwood Falls .Mine.
BALDWINATTORNEYS.
&
WAT
of redwood fals,
W. D. Flinn, President. W. F.
Dickinson, Cashier. A general Banking
Business Transacted. Passenger Tickets
•old aold to and from Europe. 43
ROBT. WATSON,
Notary Public,
REDWOOD FALL* MINN.
DAKOTA HOUSE.
ADOLFIl SEITER, Proprietor.
This ftouae ka. r.ern'.Uv Wen r*-ntted ani r.-ftir
Ished throughout, and is in e*erv respect oue of the
to«a»s in the Minaesota Vslier.
OHN DORM AN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bsatbr
Fali.s, Mish.
General Praction'er in the Courts of this
State. Home aud Foreign Collections a
specialty. 43
Attention*
corxri ou»i:iis *t
o.
w.
New
bra
11YS Bank. All who hav* not p^id their
A E S
•ill Snd it to tlx-ir advsuitac* to call on
O. W. BR A LEY, and supply th-tns'lv
With orders. :i7-tl
Msrchanls' Holcl
I'lm^Miss.
THIS
House 1ms recently l»e»ii refltted
and I'urnMi^d in Hrst cIhsm style.
•-14 CHARLES BRUST, Proprietor.
A K A O 1 1
FINCH & SCHEFFER,
Wholesale Healers in
5SY GOODS & NOTIONS,
114 116 & 118 Third Street.
«».p»«i
^SBoots & Shoes
manufactured nr
Moses Soars,
A good stock of Ready m«de Boots and
Shoes, from a heavy Stoga, to a ladies Slip
per. Particular attention given to Custom
work, and repairing.
Vill Street, Redwood Falls Minn. 46.
REDWOOD FALLS
Blacksmith. Shop
BY J. B. WASSON.
Carner of Mill fc Second St. Redwood Falls.
Blacksmithing in all its department® easent
ad with neatness and de«uatch. Plow work mA
Berae ^hoeing made a specialty.
GOXH
Plynn has movpd his LAND AGENCY
Into the second story of BnttorficM's new
•tore, corner of Mill & 2nd Streets, where
he will as heretofore, do a
General Real Estate Business,
Special Attention given to
Paying Taxes for Non-Residents.
BIRNEY FLYN.N
Redwood Falls, Minn. nl8-6m
Taw
HOTEL,
opposite the depot,
Pacific Avennv, Willmar, Minn.
BOARD
by Day or Week, at Reasonable
rates Travelers will And here, all the
comforts of Home. Good Sample Rrous,
for covenience of commercial Agents.
6-35 W. A. CALHOUN, Prop'r.
Sherman House.
for. Fourth anil Sibley Streets,
SAINT PAUL,
FLOYD
k
HASSIU, Proprietors.
This house has recently changed hands,
been refitted, furnished, and is kept in Mrst
•lass order
TERMS $2 per day.
Blacksmith Shop,
One door South of Chaptnan'g Wag
•a shop, Mill Street. Redwood F»lle,
is prepared to iroo Wagons, Sleisrhs.
and repair Plows, Ac. Horse aod Ox
•hoeing done and everything in the
fclacksmithiug line.
1 propose to giro satisfaction to all
my cuM«wi» -Mrt (ai-£c iHo !mw*i
«1 i.Y". rSnf
DAVID WATSON", Co.. Surveyor.
CIVIL
.un
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LAW
ld*o«l Fall* M'°n-
TtT FLIXN. M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Alio U S Ex. Surgeon of Pensiofi.
fte4woed Falls —Miiin
Enginerr and Notary Public.
Office in the «'or.rt House. Orders for
work, left in P. O. Box, 77, or with Co.,
Treasunr, will bo promptly attended to.
HAVIf WATSON.
Redwood Fall- Minn. 5-35
A New Idea!
WILSON
-SHUTTLE
Sewing Mine
TOR
50 Dollars 11
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Boy the world^enowned
MlMewii Maine!
TIC
BEST IN THE WORLD!
t&Tlie Highest Premium was
awarded to It at
V I E N N A
Ohio State Fair
Northern Ohio Fair)
Amer. Institute, N. T.J
Cincinnati Exposition
Indianapolis Exposition
St. Lonis Fair
Laalslana State Fair
Mississippi State Fair)
and Georgia State Fair
FOR BEING THE
BEST SEWING MACHINES,
and doing the largest and best
range of work. All other
Machines in the Market
were in direct
COMPETITION 11
tWFor Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding,
Embroidering, Quilt
ing and Stitching fine
or heavy goods it is
unsurpassed.
Where we have np Agents
we will deliver a Machine
for the price named above,
at the nearest Rail Road
Station of Purchasers.
Needles for all Sewing la-
chines for Sale.
Old Machines taken in Exchange.
Bend for Circulars, Price
List, fee., and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devoted to Sewing Ma
chines, Fashions, General
News and Miscellany.
Agents Wanted
ADDRESS,
Vjlira Seiint lackiie Co.
(TKVKT.AND. OHIO.
THE REDWOOD
JOHN ROBSON,
Sleepy Eye Lake, l£inn.
Manufacturer and Dealer
i*
LUMBER
Hiatal, Shingles,
Pickets A Timber
Fencing $18 00
Common Lnmber 17 00
Roofing, Orub Plank 15 00
Dimension Timber under 20 ft 18 00
Flooring 23 00 & 30 00
Siding 22 00
Stock boards—Dressed and Matched 28 00
Shingles 3 50
No: 2 I 75
Lath 2 75
vS-12 JOHN ROBSON,
TILL TIBBETTS,
Ciril Engineer, Snrreyor,Rotary Public
and taeyancer.
20,000 Acres of
LAND for sael, from fl.25 to $50per Acres
Terms to suit Purchasers. Improved Farm
with Buildings and Town Property of all
kind tor sale. Trade or Rent. Lands Boueht
and sold on Commission. Taxes paids
Titlrs examined and perfected, and Patent,
obtained. Four Years' experience in Land
Office business Full information concern
ing Government Lands in Southwestern
Minnesota.
CITY, TOWN & COUNTY PS
furnished to order. Soldiers' Homesteads
selected and located. Valuable Claims for
sale cheap. Scrip and Land Warrants for
sale.
MONEY TO LOAN,
and Loaned on Commission. Contested
Claims prosecuted before the Local and
General Land Office.
Call «n or W rite
TILL TIBBETTS.
Redwood Falls. Minn
'THE THRESMFR fr THE PERIOD.'
Tliia ia tb*••ViHRaTO*" whicl:
created jmr'- r**v! itioii in tue tiad- :in«i
come L*!j!. Y F'STlll ATMl* a* t"J^a-liu^ Tur«*i*u
«lM u thin day *fid t'lta aev**n
thotiMnd puri'has^ra and liitiet) tboiia id :?rait»
iai*-:s p:ono.m:f then* a*acliii»#P HNX'Hi.LY L'X
tor gaiu saving, time iatlr^g, and inott'v
mabiDf(.
Vt»nr sites made, Yt« 24-imh.
tnrU Att«ft :SO-itat li limlt•«•*.
with G. S, l() mid t'-j«lfor*e iitid1
I'cwtr*. AUo ^t paralors-'alonf" •xpitf'.siv
for Steam Pt»w:»r, hh1 Iiu^rov«d STKAM
KN(jl\i^ for
.St»
an» Mnchinea.
All-p«r.«on(i inten!intc to buy Thr**hi*ig Machines,
or Separator* "alone,*' or Mora? I*O*»ir ••.tlone/'
a« well a* GKAlN K.WSKK8 and Fa :MKK who
want their r?u.- tin-ea i- d, saved and cleaned to thv
i est advantage, ar»» invited to *»»nd for »ur new fnrt\
pig© Itlu^traUd Pamphlet a»»d Circular* (avnt J'rc»«
giving full particular?* about th«*H^ Improved Machines
and other itil'urnKition valuable to farmer* and
thre#b*ra»n. Addr^M,
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TRAH8IKNT RATtt.
1. The smallest charge is 10 cento
and by tl.e week 15cts if a book is
kept, longer than one week, 3cts a da
additional will be charged.
2. Hooks ma be exchanged at'plea
sure, but Volumes out must bi re
turned before otberB can be taken.
3 Strangers in list deposit the value
of tbe book when taken, wbieh amount
will be refunded
ale»
THE
charges on its're­
turn.
4. Rooks lort, or dcfaced, must "be
paid for before others can be drawn.
The A'nericau Sardii»e, Co.' Rttneless
Sardines. 'are much li^ttnr, an| lews thtn
h*ff tfi» foit of imported StHinti. 17
REDWOOD FALLS, MINNESOTA. THURSDAY. JUI.Y 15 !S ?5.
E
-PUBLISHED IT—
Rrdtcood Falls, Minnctota.
A Weekly Paper, Devoted to
the general interests of
Redwood Oounty
—AND—
SOUTH WESTERN MINNESOTA,
-II-
The Official Paper
of Redwood and Yellow Med­
icine Counties.
TermsS2.00 Per Year.
E
GAZETTE
o
OFFICE
lias facilities for doing the
very best Plain and Orna­
mental Job Printing.
Circulars, Letterheads, Bill­
heads, Statements, Envelopes,
Cards, Posters, Programmes,
fcc., fcc., tfce.
All kinds of Blanks, Deeds,
Mortgages, Town and County
Blanks, kept on hand and for
sale.
Work done and orders filled
with dispatch. And on reason­
able terms.
RnJwood Fall*, Minn., .turn? 14. 1^75 y
Complaint harinjr be«*n entered at this Office by
O. 0. Mutiu n-rtiust Andres Monti for abandon
hi* H'Mut'stcaj Entry, Xo, «9S3, datfd
Feify loth, 1871. tipon the North Whri Section
•U, Township li2, Ratine 38, in Redwood Coun
ty, iiilllHhl.tU,
iith a view to the cancellation of naiJ entry the
«m»J partio* art* lier^hy summoned to appear at tin's
'Ific- «»n the-Otli iat of July, 1S75, nt
W. H. KiCLI.Y, Rn*eiver.
NOiiCK OF MOitraAGE iOttE
CLOJSUUE.
Default
having b»'*n iuji Ip in th« conditions of a
certain iii'ienutre of Mortgage hearing date
tbe 7th day of December, A. D. 1S7-, made ate] «-xe
cuttii by Hannah •Vining and -loshuaC. Vining
her hushaiHtot Ketiwood Coiintv Miiinesofa, to and
in favor of William H. Kelley' ot the sauie plai e
and recorded in the office ot the R-^is erof Dee.is
in and fori he County of Redwood and State ol Mm
wesoiH on the 21st d»v of riH'«'ai A. D/1S72 at 2
o'clock P. M. in Look 2 of Mortgage* on ig*1 which
saitl mortgage wuk duly sold and assi^ued by said
William H. K lly to Lavinia Prescott by a deed oi
a-signmont dated Jnly lot A. I, 1374 and rocordod
iu tiio o.iic^ of j«aid liegister «*f Deeds on the 2-d dav
o .June A. P. lS7o, at i oViock P. M. iu book 3 of
uiortga-je* o.' page -Si).
Said Mortgage was given to seenre the privment of
a certain promissory note for one hundred and sixtv
dollars bearing even date with said mortgage, aud
failing due two years after date sigu-d by said Hau
iiah Vising and in lavor of said William H. Kelly
tiiere ix claimed to be due, anil there is due ou said
note at the date of this notice the sum of two
hundred thirteen ae 79*100 dollars, aud no proceed
ings at law or othr.rwif-e have been instituted to
collect the same or any part thereof.
Now therefore Notice is hereby given that by
virrue of a power of Sale in «*id .Mortgage conttii
ed and pursuaut to the Statute in such cas*- maT«
and provided raid Mortgage will »e foreclosed and
the premises therein de*criled, lyingand being in
the County of Kedwood and State of Minnesota to
wit. The South West qnarter of the North East
quarter of Secfioo thirty-live (:)o) in tow ship one
hundred ami thirteen (113) range thirty-six (*i6)
West. Also lots oae (i) two (2) three (3 four (4J
south half oltive id) and the south half of the east
two.third* of lot six (6) all in Block four (4) in
Hitchcock's first addition to the village of Redwood
Falls will be sold at public auction to the highest
bidder at the front door of tbe Court House in the
town oi Redwood Falls in said County ami State, on
Saturday the 14th day August A. 1875 at It) o'clock
A. M.to satisfy the amount then du*« on said note, to
gether with the sum of Thirtj Dollars Attorney fe»'3
stipulated in said Mortgage to be paid in case'of the
foreclosure thereof besides such other expenses and
eosts as are allowed by law.
Dated Redwood Falls, June 22d, 1875.
LAVINIA PKE8COTT. Assignee,
Baldwin & Wallin, Atty's for Assignee.
NOTICE.
U. S. LASTD Office,
Redwood Falls, Minn., June 22d, 1975,
Complaint having been entered at this Office by
Woodbury Harrir.gton against August Blank for
abandoning his Timber Culture E» try, No. 42, dated
Oct, 11th, 1873, upon the southeast quarterof Sec
tion 10, Township 114, Range 32 w in Renville County
Minnesota, with a view to the cancellation of said
entry the said parties are hereby summoned to ap
pear at this Office on the 29th day oi July, 1875, at
10 o'clock A. M, to respond at.d furnish testimony
concerning said alleged abandonment,
Ben. F. SmTH, Register,
3d Wm. H. Kbllt, Receiver.
NOTICE.
U
S. LAND OFFICE,—
Redwood Falls, Miun. June 23,1875.
Complaint having been entered at this Office by
fleorge Towner against Chester Cutting for abandon
ing bis Homestead Entry, No. 4661, dated June 10,
1869, upon the E of N E and E tfof S E
DiLimyi HI LIST
OF
REDWOOD COUNTV, MINN.
—FOR—
Taxes of 1874.
State of Minnesota*)
Co'inty of Redwood
88
District Court Ninth Judicial District:
The State of Minnesota to all per
sons companies or corporations who
hare or claim any estate right title or
interest in, claim to, or !ien upon any
of the several peiees or parcels of laud
io the list hereto attached described
The list of t:!*e on real estate lor the
county of Redwood remaining delin
quent on the first day of June 1875
has been filed in the office of the
Clerk of the District Court in county of
Redwood of which that hereto attach
ed is a copy.
Therefore you and each ol
you arc hereby required to file in the
office of said Clerk, within twenty days
atiei tijei^t. publication of this notice,
your answer in writing setting forth
any objection or defense you may have
to the fixes or any part thereof, upon
any peice or parcel of land described iu
said list, in, to or on which you have or
claim any estate, riirht, title, Interest,
claim or lien. And in default thereof,
judgment will be entered against such
peice or parcel of land for the taxes
on said list appearing against it, and
for all penalties interest and cost.
II- D. BALDWIN.
Clerk of the District Court in the coun
ty of Redwood
Dated July 0th 1875
Original Hit of the village of Re'l»on* Fall*.
Name of oivner
Charles Hitluclt
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s.iid alleged abaodooment.
Bkv, F. -'M1TH, Register.
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Section 24, Township 113, Range 39, in Redwood
county, Minnesota,
with a view to the cancellation of said entry: tbe
said parties are hereby summoned to appeat at this
Office on the 29th day of July, 1875, at 12 o'clock
M., to respond and furnish testimony concerning
said alleged abandonment.
Ben, F. Smith, Register.
89 Wm. H. Kki.ly, Receiver
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FOB BENT.
A good dwelling house containing five
rooms and kitchen. There is an excellent
frame stable and good garden attached.
Terms reasonable. Inquire of
W. B, HERRIOTT.
Gazette Office.
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3 A Briggs 6 1 34
3 A Briggs
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Phcbc Watson e 1 47
do 9 1 1 4.,
A Northrop
do 7 3 9 39
do 8 3 49
Thomas McMillan 1 3 34
do do 3 3 22
Rebert Watson
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Samuel Stickle
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S fi Bailey
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of new double barreled
lot
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W1) Flinn
Shot Guns,
breach and muzzle loaders, No 1 pieces
for sale at very low priccs at
Stickle & Wiltshire's.
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Town 111, Range 34.
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6 49
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Town 111, Range 36.
A Conway s halfsa section 14
William Kolsom u w do 32
Joseph Hollhiay n do 34
Town 111, Range 37.
W Allien s e section 12
Town 112, Kange 35.
Hiker s w sw section 2
Mary Luskers half n« section 3
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A Dolvin nwnw do 12 3 78
John Cheney e half s e do 12 7 96
George Andrews e halfn e do 13 6 03
li Childs w half n e do 13 6 03
e hal! n w do 13 6 03
Saoford Baker s w do 13 11 sMi
1' K Validuberg s e co 15
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William Lines n e do 16 7 46
1) Morton a half n e do 17 4 08
Huntley s half n e do 17 4 08
Mnsen & Simon ton u half n w do 17 1 08
Fussett s e do 17 8 04
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s e n e do 18 2 04
lot 3 do 18 2 04
S Spofford w hall n w do 20 4 22
K A Lyman 11 0 do 21 9 (50
Bin Prior nwnw do 21 2 i9
lot 1 do 21 1 73
A Willard lot 2 do 21 2 la
Iluad n w do 22 8 34
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George Johnson lot 7 do 27 2 17
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Eliza Dugau s w s w s e
6 SniUstn^er not w so
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4 1 20
6 1 20
10 1 35
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n e s e do 25
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Kichariisod a e do 26
I. Clifton u w do 20
John Williams aw do 27
Thomas King w half a do 31
John Blair lot 1 do 31
Thomas King e half n w do 31
e halfs
69
Thomas McMillan 1 4 17
do do 8 4 17
Thomas Povle 10 4 17
Robert Watson 11 4 15
do do 13 4 15
Martha Webster 6 17
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W O Flinn n hail a w do 11 6 07
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K Ackerman.sw se
John Fliun a w se
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John Blair s e do 20
John Crouch w half n V do 21
John Blair s half s w do 21
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George Johnson e half no do 24
Brooker n e n w do 24
I taw ue n e do 25
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lots do 32
lot 4 do 32
K Vanduburg si do 33
A Milkr e half n 0 do 36
Vining s w n e do 35
John Whillett s w do 36
17
do do 12 17
Watson's 3 Addition.
Martha Webster S 1 16
do do 6 1 16
do do 1 3 16
do do 3 3 16
Bobert Goodyear S 3 16
Martha Webster 4 16
John Ohara 7 3 3 24
do 8 3 30
George Johnson 11-3 S 8 45
lj Vanard 4 4 16
do 6 4 16
do 6 4 16
I 3 Coffin 4 16
Martha Webster 8 4 16
do do 11
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Charles Plummer s w
Perry n e
n w
n e
section 3
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I W Mareyes n w
Pat McGuir4 n half a
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lot 4
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lot 1
lot 3
4 16
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do 8 7 16
Martha Webster
4
6 14
5 8 16
Hitcheock'a Addition.
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Sol Barnbart se
S Holland n e
n w
Charles Oontd s o
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6 01
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11 25
11 26
11 25
2 58
11 03
0 66
11 08
6 07
1 31
2 68
2 58
2 64
8 83
4 33
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1 60
4 33
2 30
1 19
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12 42
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A Tibbetta n e s w
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Targot Henaie lot 1
John Morton w.half s 1
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Thomas Kllingaton half a*
Torkil Oleaon n w a w
A Ellington n e n
A A H.ma w half s
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Fred llolix n half
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3 30
8 84
1 81
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section 7
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n w s
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do 17 1 62
do 17 1 27
do 18 1 98
do 18 6 66
da 19 3 06
do 20 1 60
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do 26 1 49
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P-ter Swenson nhf so
Satu Seyinote nw ne
12 39
6 49
Burctiard se ne
Olaf Pherson shf uw
•4 nhr
bw
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7 67
8 76
8 76
2 21
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Jobtison uw
Robert Thompson sw
George Riever se
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lot 2
Cha-les Holtou lot 6
lot 7
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Bridget Holton ae
John Holton nw
Chester Fiiik sw
Anson Fisk se
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Joseph ilallidaj- ne do 34 8 76
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Mary E ButterfielU shf nw
0 K Vaii'luburg n w
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A Meier nhf oe
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Ed McCornuck ewsw
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do 3
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Kd Met tinnick ne sw
1 Brown nw $w
1 48
3 10
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Town 112, Range 39.
Ed llaoch n e section 23
50
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sw se
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31 1' .\ulon nw do 11 11 43
II Huiatu nw sw do 12 2 37
whrse do 12 4 52
OCri»gshi«w do 20 4 52
lli-Dry Lon^ shf so do 28 4 52
Rundown Town 110, Range 35.
Oiner Morehonse sw section 14 11 85
Calviu Stewart ne do 34 21 04
Willi w Lake—Town llU, R^in^e 36
Peter Gams ehf se section 28 7 43
Charleston—Town 109, Itange 36.
Leopold Sing nw section 2 8 46
Ignatius Satterlee whf ne do 4 3 71
W K uoidiag sw do 6 8 40
A Styles se do 18 16 14
Jacob Nubbles swnw do 13 2 11
shUw do IS 8 '8
nw
rw
do 18 4 07
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shtsesw do 20 2 01
nwse do 20 4 C8
Julius Kunger nw d.» 22 8 60
O Horn se nw do 30 4 85
Joseph Bean sw nw do 30 4 20
Lambertou—Town.109, Range 37
William Johnson n w
McKay se
Abbott
41
section 12
do 22
do
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no
shfne
nw se
Rachel Bean no
nw
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ehf se
Max Hayer sw
Foster so
Richart Bean sw nw
Lars Inlsrud ne
A Bush shf se
$2.00 PER YEAR.
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2 35
4 42
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6 95
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4 65
1 54
2 46
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3 97
7 94
7 94
7 94
7 94
7 94
8 70
do
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Henry Swartz sw a
5 81
5 97
2 55
2 45
1 93
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2 20
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13 08
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32 28
32 k.8
6 45
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26
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do 34
Ran^e
Nortn Hero—Town 109,
Eli Bnllard no section 3 13 05
Lafayvtt Bednll n w do 30 32 25
A a Cesing eht no do 31 7 43
^prin^dale—Town 109, Range 39.
Whiting nw section 20 12 55
Grey nhf so do 24 15 88
44
shfne do 24 15 88
Knnt Hilling ae nw do 24 7 94
ne sw do 24 7 94
Jos« ph*SteTca shfsw do 25 33 71
Vance ne do 26 29 95
Sylvester Crow nhf ae do 34 6 39
MCrow nhfne do 34 5 39
44
shf se do 31 5 3'J
Joseph Steves nhf nw do 36 15 88
1, E. A. Chandler, Auditor of Red
wood County, and State of Minnesota,
do solemnly swear that the foregoing
is a correet and true statauient of tax
es delinquent for the year 1874 upon
the real property therein described.
E. A. CHANDLER,
County Auditor.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 21st day of June 1875.
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Clerk Dist. Court.
SxrLATATlOX.
a mo
ana north e means east, a means so
nth w
means west hf means half nw means northwest
sw means southwest }4 ne mean* northeast
se means southeast!% nw so means northw st 4
oi the southeast a hfsw means the south half of
the southwest pt means part. &c.»
Speaking ot the emigrants to the
Indian possessions among the Black
Hills, in quest of gold, Gen. Sherman
says:
"These people know tbey have no
right there they know the govern
ment prohibits any trenching on that
ground. There will not be any shoot
ing or killing done by the troops un
less it becoices unavoidable but all
trains and teams will be captured and
confiscated, and their owners turned
adrift to find their way back to the
settlements as best they can. Of
course there will be a great deal of
scalping done by the Indians, but we
can't help it if we don't see it, nor ean
we avecge it. If these men go there
they stand in tbe position of so many
burglars forcibly entering another
man's property."
The Duluth Herald, having hoisted
Gen. Avcrill's name as the Republican
candidate for Governor, has received a
letter frtm that entlr:i
bt
povirivly de­
clining »)i \T I-.S 1'Sijt.e '0 tk' used,
THE GAZETTE.
Wm. B. HERRIOTT.
Kdttor and Publiihtr.
Francis P. Blair Jr. died on the 8th
ins:.
Lyon Couniy will hold an Agricult
ural Fair en the 1st and 21 diys of
October.
The population of the city of Man
kato is 5,412 and of tbe city and town
ship 6 610, an increase of 55 per
ocnt. in five years.
Tbe State Agricultural Society will
pay a premium of §50 to the lady who
will cook the best m-al of victuals, on
the fair grounds. Also $25 Second
premium. Materials must be furaishci
and meal cooked for twenty people.
It is fouud that, iu many localities,
ex. Gov. Aus in is preferred as the Re
publican candidate for overuor. Ilia
friends, in presenting his name, aro
not under the necessity of laboring to
show his qualifications for the position,
they point, with satisfaction, to tlia
record.
The Democratic Convention.
The Democratic State Convention,
held on the 7th inst., made the fol
lowing nominations
For Governor S. Uuell, of Hous
ton County.
For Lieut. Gov. E. W. Durant,
Washington county.
For Sec. of State A. Biermin,OIn
stcad county.
For Auditor Mr. Doran Lo Scur
county.
For Treasurer Albert Scheifer,
Ramsey county.
Chief Justice( k- Emmett, Rice Co.
Attorney General A. Jones, Olm
sted Co.
Clerk Supreme Court, S. A. Mc
Leod, St. Louis Co.
R. R. Com. J. W. Sencerbox,
Scott Co.
The following is the platform
Resolved, First. That the adoption
of the fourteenth, fifteenth, and six
teenth amendments to the federal con
stitution closed a great er a in our pol
itics, and marked the end forever of
human slavery, and of the struggles
that grew out of that system. These
amendments have been accepted in
:ood 1 ith by all political organiza
tions and the people of all Ejections.
Hereafter all parties must stand upon
them, and our politics must turn upon
the questions o!' the present and the
future, and not upon those of the set
tled aud final past.
Second. That the national govern
ment is a government of limited and
delegated powers, supreme within its
sphere while the great bulk of the
iglits of the people must find their
safeguard in the states and the people
themselves.
Third. That we are opposed to all
attempts to limit the freedom of the
press of the couutry.
Fourth. A return to gold and sil
ver as a basis of the currency, of the
country, with immediate preparation
nd eifective measures to secure the
resumption of specie payments.
Filth. A tariff for revenue only—
consistent with an honest administra
tion. None for protection. No gov
ernment partnership with protected
monopolies.
Sixth. Equal and cxact jastice to
all men no partial legislation no par
tial taxation.
Seventh. Free uian uniform cx*
cise laws, no sumptuary laws.
Eighth. Official accountability, en
forced by better civil and criminal
remedies no private use of publio
tunds by public officers, and the strict
est economy in public affairs.
Ninth. The party in power respon
sible for the administration of tbe gov
ernment while in power.
Tenth. That all corporations char*
tered or recoguized by the state should
be at all times supervisablc by tho
state in the interests and for the pro
tection ot the people against unjust
discrimination and extortionate de
mands.
Brown, Redwood, Renville, Yellow
Medicine, Lyon, Lincoln and Lac qui
Parle Counties were not represented in
the convention.
It would be dificult to place in
nomination men, of whom the people
know less of their qualifications for tbe
position to which they are nominated
than they do of tbe persons on the
above ticket.
STATE NEWS.
The Madelia Times is authority for
the statement that Tuesday last grass*
hoppers were so thick on the track of
the Sioux City road that they delayed
the train.
Mr. William Chase of Faribault has
invented a machine for dressing burrs,
which he claims will thoroughly ac
complish the work in half the time re
quired for hand dressing.
Several attempts were made to fire
the city of Faribault on Saturday
night all of which proved failures ex
cept one, in which they sucoeded in
burning au unoccupied frame building
worth $300.
The Rochester Post is our authority
for the following: During the storm
on Friday afternoon, the lightning
struck a fence post killing a sucking
colt worth $100, ran along tbe fenoe
80 rods and killed a prairie chicken,
burning of all the feathers.
Mr. John Travers, living near Made
lia, has a Cottonwood grove set a part
17 years and part 15 years sincc, from
which in trimming this spring he took
four and one-half cords of four foot
wood beeides small limbs for summer
wood. A tree set out by his daughter*
15 years sincc measures five and ooe
half feet, circumfcro^e one foot from
i tlie fluUlld.

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