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all Anaemic and Wasting Diseases.
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OF THE FINEST GRADE AND QUALITY,
Sash, Doors, Moulding, Siding, Lime, Hair, Plaotea. Paris, Building Paper.
FULL LINE OF STOVES AND TINWARE.
Give us a call before going elsewhere. On Minu* Ave
The Flower of the Familv
Is the Little Elk Flour,
.Known everywhere as the best,
under the following brands:
CREAM OF THE WHEAT, Best Patent.
JUDGE, Family Patent. MAJOR, Straight.
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We make a specialty of all kinds of custom
work. All kinds of feed ground to or-
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Hammocks, Express Wagons.
GOODS SOLD ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN.
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GRADUATION EXERCISES.
A Large And Representative Audience
Gathers in
A
Beautiful
Little Falls
Honor to
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Able Orations Eloquently Delivered By
A Class of Four With Artistic
Music.
First Graduation An
Instructors And the
City.
Little Falls graduated last night
its first High School class, -and an
audience worthy of the event greeted
its members and listened with much
interest to their efforts which were
of a high order and certainly merited
the attention which they received.
The spacious auditorium of the new
Congregational church was crowded
by vepresentive citizens and upon
the platform were the Mayor, City
Council, Board of Education. Presi­
dent Carhart, of the St. Cloud Nor
fnal School. Supt. Seal, the Clergy
and other dignitaries of the city.
The church was vised for the first
time and presented a beautiful op
pea ranee. The national and class
colors, pink and green, were bril­
liantly displayed. And potted plants
and flowers rendered the room red
olent with the aroma pervading at
Hie shrine of the floral goddess.
Mendelssohn orchestra opened tle
exercises after which Prof. Klepper
said it was fitting that the man
-Whose energy had made the beauti­
ful edifice possible should be the first
to oe hea in it. .Rev. William
Moore then invoked the divine bless­
ing. The music was as advertised
and was of a high order.
The first of the class exercises was
the oration of
Henry
R.
Richards,
subject, "Ccesars Column." Instead,
however, of a commendation of
that great literary work of Mr
Donnelly, it was a criticism in which
it was characterized as almost
literary monstrosity. Instead of
such a pessimitic view of ow country
and its future a more optimistic view
was taken. "Cfesars Column" was
outlined and the reason for the
book being called by that name
given. The condition of thelaboring
man and his wages today were con­
trasted with those in the times of
Buchanan's administration and
brief reference made to our industrial
progress. The greater diversity of
industry the greater prosperity and
the more manufacturers the more
employment. The Nationalism of
"Ctpsar's Column," such as the own­
ing and operating of railroads
telegraphs and such great enter­
prises was opposed as contrary to
progress. Nationalism is paternalism
and is opposed to the promotion
of individuality. All great discoveries
in science, art. and progress of all
kii have been the result of
individual genius and effort rather
than by nations or aggregations of
individuals. The placing of every­
thing in the hands of the govern
ment and compelling individuals to
work under the direction of govern
ment would stiffle individual effort
and retard progress rather than
accelerate it. In a word nationalism
is tyranny. The present condition
of the country and the future outlook
did not Justify any such prediction
of a conflict between capital and
labor as was set forth in '"Caesar's
Column." He turned from the re­
volting picture of the booning of
cannon and the explosion of dynamite
destroying the grand army of
plutocracy to a brighter side.
The bulwarks of our stability were
the government, the general diffusion
of education by the school, and the
printing press. They guard zjjpl
ously not only all the conquests
thus far achieved but lead the way
to future triumphs in the interests of
a higher civilization.
The ".'Columbian Exposition" was
the subject of the essay of
Grace
VV.
Hill.
She referred briefly to some of the
other great fairs of the world, the
one at Crystal Palace, London, those
at Paris and the Centennial at Phil
adelphia. The present at Jackson
Park, Chicago, covers 646 acres of
land, the main buildings alone cover
ing 160 acres. The Manufacturers
building is the largest known to civ
ilization being larger than St. Peter's
church at Rome or the old Roman
coliseum. Reference was made to
the remarks of foreigners when the
great fair was located at Chicago
They affected to believe that the
hoofs of the buffalo or the war
whoop of the Indian could almost
be heard from Jackson Park. They
could not go where they were in dan
ger of being scalped or where their
valuable works, of ait would be
destroyed.
The Columbian fair besides com
memorating the discovery of America
will therefore show to those Europe
nations the energy and the mag­
nitude of this wonderful country
Chicago itself is an excellent iliustra
tion. It is territorially the largest
.city in the world and the magni­
ficence and rapidity of its growth
has been without a parallel.
The several congresses were
spoken
of and especially the proposed relig-
JUS congress at which it is proposed
to have as many representatives of
existing religions as possible. The
idea is to promote the spirit of toler
ation among them and respect for
all religious opinions, sincerely held.
The aim of the Woman's congress is
to promote the elevation of woman
a.nd emancipate her from some of the
thralldom of traditionalism'.
The subject of Sunday oTSening of
the greatpr«Fair. was discussed.
Chicago knO\Vs and lias known little
of the Puritan Sabbath. The
theatres, the music halls the, gardens
the saloons and other resorts' are
open upon Sunday. With this con­
dition of affairs the directors of the
fair are almost unanimous in their
opinion that the Fuir should be kept
open upon Sunday.
It is argued that the exigencies of
the situation demand Sunday open
ng In the interests of morality even.
Th? remarkable paradox is tfre
sented of the saloons subscribing
money to have the fair closed on
Sunday and the churches of the land
working for the same object. And
sinee so many labor through tlie
w^iiif^s argued that the fair should
be open on Sunday that the greatest
good may be given to- the greatest
number**!
On the other hand it is said that it
wouhr endungcr ^the. perpetuity of.
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the American Sabbath for the United
States government to sanction such
as disregard Tf the day as to order
open upon the holy Sabbath such a
great national institution. \And
instead.of promoting the interests of
labor it would injure them, since it
will have a tendency to destroy the
American Sabbath and thus help
to give over the day to business,and
perhaps in time destroy Sunday as a
legal holiday to the laborer.
"Makers of Modern Italy" was the
subject of the oration of
Rose
F.
Vasaly.
It was a review of the struggles of
Italy, lilce every other country, for
liberty and a patriotic tribute of one
its deseendents. The great work of
Italian unification was discussed*and
the work of four of her distinguished
patriots, Mazzeni, Cavour, Victor
Emanuel and Garibaldi. Premier
Gladstone says: "We owe Italy a
debt which we can never repay."
First, what was the condition of
Italy at the baginning of the present
century? It was simply the battle
ground of contending nations. In
the last years of the eighteenth
century Italy was invaded by Napo­
leon, a disagreeable scourge, yet he
did good. Napoleon was the firstlo
evoke a sense of unity in Italy.
The history of Italy from 1815 to
1848 was one of chronic insurrection.
Australian despotism hung like a
millstone about the neck of
the nation. Little better than slaves
under the Australian yoke, is it any
wonder that a dull despair fell on
the bravest of Italian patriots? Yet
not on ail. There were brave
spirits, among whom none were
filled with such lofty jmrpose as
Joseph Mazzini. In February 1S49
the*" parliament proclaimed the
establishment of the republic.
Mazzini having been elected a
member of the Roman parliament,
hurried southward to do his part in
organizing the government. "Rome,"
he writes, "was the dream of my
young years, and I entered the city
with a deep sense of awe, almost of
worship. The same thrill I felt then,
I believe wheresoever my bones shall
be laid, I shall feel again on the day
when the republican banner shall be
planted in pledge of the unity of our
Italy upon the Vatican and Capitol.'
The republic of 1849, though short­
lived, was not inglorious. Louis
Napoleon, president of the French
republic, sent an army against Rome.
On the 3rd of July Rome fell, and the
republic was overthrown. Once
more the chains of despotism were
rivited on the Italian people. Mazzi
ni's life mission ended. The work must
fall to other hands. Though he had
the brains to conceive, he had not
the hands to execute a great and
political work. But Italy had at
last awakened from the death sleep
of centuries. Is this nothing? Is it
nothing that after the sleep of ages
they have awakened into life? Is it
nothing that the soul is free, though
the limbs be still fettered.
Victor Emanuel ascended the
throne a young man of twenty-nine.
"What my father has promised I will
maintain," he said. Throughout
life he kept his word. "The gallant
king," lie was called and well he de­
served the title. The first difficulty
with which he had to contend was
the ecclesiastical powers. Count
Cavour, one of his ministers was
Loin the first the moulder of the
parliamentary system in his country
He passed away in 1861. Italy a
nation, is the legacy, the life work of
Cavour.
Of Garibaldi the essayist says
"His progress in the south was one
series of triumphs. It is an achieve­
ment which stands alone in history
No wonder that it took the world by
storm. The Neapolitans were scat­
tered. So Garibaldi was left face to
face with his king—Victor Emanuel.
The essay closes as follows: Italy
is free. Italy is one. We have fol
lowed lier progress toward unity and
freedom, we have been watchers as
Mazzini finely says, over a mystery
of dawning life, over the cradle of a
people.
Full flashes on the soul the light of uses.
Since the fierce Carthaginian almost won thee
To the last halo of the chiefs and sages.
Who glorify the consecrated pages."
"Annexation of Canada" was the
title of oration of
Altiekt Barton.
Instead however of being a pie
for annexation, it was an argument
against it. There are many objec
tions, physical and social, he said, to
annexation. Canada to a consider­
able extent possesses a sterile terri
tory. Its people for many years
have been schooled under a monarch
ial government. It is difficult when
new states are admitted to bring
their people at once into harmony
with -our system of government.
How much more difficult then would
it be were Canada to be admitted as
an American state, to bring it into
harmony with the spirit and genius
of our government. The American
people are intelligent. Dissension
such as would create disruption
nevei: need be feared in America. But
the annexation of Canada might in­
troduce discord and strife.
Those who favor annexation ar­
gue that in case of Avar with Europ­
ean nations we would need Canada"
for our protection. But would it
not be easier to bombard our cities
and secure entrance along our long
line of sea-coast than to successfully
invade the country from the north.
We could easily resist attempted in­
vasion at our iiortht.ro-borders.
The national debt of Canada is
about one-third of that of the United
States while its population is only
onertenth that of our country and
ratio of its wealth to ours is much
smaller. How did Canada incur this
large debt? Not in internal im­
provements nor in education. If
Canada is not a source profit to
England, liov could she be to the
United States? It is said by the an­
nexationists that the developments
of her rich lumbering resources would
add very materially to our wealth.
But her lumbering operations are
now largely controlled by residents I
of the United States. Rut. the nr-!
gument of greed is fallacious. The
greed of nations is but- the greed of
individuals intensified. The avari
iousn ss and magnitude of Tome
brought her ruin. The great llti-j
man empire stretched out over the
Jcnown world and fell by its own
weight, Its vast domain was tool
great for the promotion of its own]
interests. And wherein are the con-'
ditions different from those or the1
past? I
The-stability of our country will
be best promoted by maintaining
oar present boundaries. That
avaFieous spirit of.aggrandizement
should be checkwl.^ Hnclosed }\it,h a.
fill at least
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Fred Hoffuran was unique in itself
and afforded much amusement. lie
was introduced by Prof. Klepper as
a modern Herodotus, and his work
was ostensibly about as voluminous
as that by .the father ofliistory. It
was quitji4 a good imitation, in
burlesque of the lore which Herodotus
relates that he obtained from the
priests of Egypt and froi'n the other
oriental civilizations overwhich he
roamed,
The "Class Propheey" by Nora J.
Mansfield also afforded much
amusement. She represented a
veritable priestess from the shrine at
Delphi, and- the delivery of it was
quite a feat of memory in itself.
The Valedictory was delivered by
Henry R. Richard, who stood the
highest iu scholarship, according
to the examination, of any in the
class. It was short and appropriate
to the occasion.
The presentation of diplomas was
made by President Carhart of the St.
('loud Normal school. He stated
that lie had an address which would
take an hour and a half in its de­
livery, but at that hour should the
Angel Gabriel Come and discourse
on the mysteries of futurity he would
hardly be listened to with pleasure.
Therefore he would let his speech
repose in his satchel He made how­
ever a few remarks appropriate to
the occasion and presented the
diplomas. |f.
The class ode was then sung by the
class.
Rev J. Si White pronounced the
graduation exercises.
June 17th, will be Bunker Hill da/
at th& World's Fair. Cultured
Boston will be there in force to see
that the memory of old Mr. Bunker
Hill is properly respected.
An ungodly Fargo man, speaking
of the Briggs trial, said: "I cannot
be a Presbyterian because I travel a
greater part of the time aud every
state. I enter having a differeut synod,
may have a, different creed as to how
t) be saved."
Gov. McKin'ey in his acceptance
speech of a renomination thus refers
to the democratic administration:
The national administration has done
nothing thus far, except to create in
the minds of businessmen a deep dis­
gust. The financial situation which
for the most part has prevailed since
the 4th of March, has not been im­
proved, nor has the financial strin­
gency been rellived by anything the
national administration has said or
done. It has announced no policy,
suggested
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benediction mud while the audience the _most desirable, people will not
was dispersing' the Mendelssohn move to a city unless it has good
orchestra rendered a selection, and schools in which they can educate
thus closed the very successfiil
Annie Murphey will go to Still­|times
water for forgery at least the Stearns
county jury have declared her guilty.
relief aud given no sign
of its disposition or ability to restore
confidence, stop the outflow of gold
to foreign countries and the contrac­
tion which has taken place at home.
The $100,000,000 of gold reserve which
Mr. Cleveland in his fiist administra­
tion set apart as a eacred fund to
redeem the.^greenbacks, and which
sum he_dedicated to that purpose and
no other, his second administration
has been the first, singularly enough
to en roach upon.
The insurance upon the burned
property at Fargo is much larger than
was at first reported. Fargo will
have quite a nice little pile from
insurance alone with which to rebuild.
Avid her ipsurance money nearly all
conies from the East or across the sea.
It is an ill wind that blows no one
good. There will be quite a little
influx of money into this section of
the West from the money centers as
the result of the fires. Insurance
premiuns being constantly paid with
which to secure insurance are all the
time draining the west of its cash to
some extent at least.
Duluth is satisfied with her treat­
ment in the pamphlet at the state
building of the World Fair, and it
was gotten out at the Twin Cities.
This is really an age of toleration,
notwithstanding"**" there are some
Presbyteiians who want to persecute
Prof. Briggs.
It was fortunate for Chicago that
she had the chief justice living with­
in her own borders. Chicago is big
enough to include a chief justice.
Chief Justice Fuller suspended the'
injunction closing—the fair. He
decided that there was no legal injury
attendant upon -opening the fuir
Sunday. It's the moral injury
troubles the Sabbatarians.
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It is sometimes asserted that theie
is uo better criterion by wh cli to
judge of the intelligence and stability
of a city than by the interest it tabs
in its schools, and the -success which
it attains in promoting their excel­
lence,Judged by. the standard of
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celjant school exhibits, displaying as
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and the graduations exercises' of its
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that our schools have attained at last
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somewhat backward in the past in
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Those win, contem-
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express fear lest the school facil­
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needs of their children, but 110 such
fears need be entertained in regard to
Little Falls. She has now first class
schools and intends not only to
maintain in the future the present
high standard of excellence, but go
on to the attainment of a still higher
standard.
Pincess Eulalie is mashing the
people of the World's Fair city as
successfully as she won the hearts of
New Yorkers.
The New York World has been in­
terviewing congressmen and it clai ns
that most of them favor a repea' of
the Sherman silver act.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at St. Cloud, Mirth.,
May 1st ltsJW.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before I. E.
Staples Clerk of Court at Little Falls, Minn., on
June 13,• 1X93, viz: James Schiuk H. E. No.
13743 for the sej^ sec 2, twp 130, range 30.
He mimes the following witnesees to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
Bobert Kaestner, Frank Wicherski, John
Krutop, Jake Hentz. all of Little Falls, Minn.
35 6 A. BAnTOLRegister.
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Land office at St. loud, Minn.
April, 7th, 1893.
Notice Is hereby given that the followiug
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make findl proof in support of his clnin, mid
that said proof will be made before Isaac E.
Staples, clerk of district court, at Little Falls,
Minn., on June 20th, 1S93, viz:
Chas. Rychner, H. E. No. 1S572 for the se'X.
sec. 28. twp. 42, rge 39.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous sidence upon and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
R. Scott, Andrew Nelson, Ai Burquist, of
Uravelville, Minn., Michael Fschida, of Rich"
Prair e, Minn.
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May, 19t.h. 189:.
Notice is hereby Riven mat me folio e­
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Land Office at St. Cloud. Minn.
April 27, 1893. j"
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler Uus filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before I E. Staples
Clerk of Court at Little Falls, Minn., on June 10,
1808, viz: Nicholas Lochner H. E. No. 13709 for
the ne}4 sec '22 twp 40, range So.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon arid cultivation of,
said land land, viz:
W. Hohiesel, A. Nagel, I'eter Geitz, John
Becker, all of JPierz, Minn.
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May 19, lb93.
Notice is hereby given that the following
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make final proof in support of his i-laim, and
that said proof will be made before i. E. staples
Clerk of Court at Little Kails. Minn,, on July,
6, 1893, viz:
Kormau Austin H. E.No. 14178 for the v]4 nw
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SW^ SWJ4, sec 24. twp 132 rge 3d.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of,
said land, vifc
Daniel Fosdick. Samuel O. Fosdick, Alex
Cockhurn, of Ft. liipley, L. Tindvll, of I.all
l'rairie, Minn.
37-0 A, BAliTO, lioguiter.
NOTICE FOIl PUBLICATION.
Land Office at St. Cloud. Minn.l
May 2uth. I*a8.(
Notice is hereby given thit the lollowinfr
narned settler hss filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Tsaac E.
Staples, clerk of district court at Uttle Falls,
Minn., on July 8, 1393, viz:
Stephen Pekarski II. E. Xo. 1.".500 for nu'X
nwVC
Bec
22• t"'l
129. ire 30.
He names the following witnesses to prove hU
continuous residence upon and cultivation of,
said land, viz.*
Fred Stangl. J. L. Mever. F. Kuklinski
DonatTrettel all or Little Falls, Minn.
37-ti A. hARTO, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Oflico at St. Cloud, Minn.
May 19th, 1X93
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before 1 E.
Staples, Clerk Disn Couitat Little Falls, Minn.,
on July 6,1M)3. viz:
Daniel I,. Fosdick H. E. No. 14179 for the
ntJ4
nwne}4 and lot 1.- sec 2t, twp 132
rge 30.
He^names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of.
said land, viz:
Norman Austin, Hiram Slover, Alex
Cockbnm, Fort Ripley, Minn., L. Tiudell,
Rail Prairie, Minn.
37-0 A. Bahto, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at St. Cloud, Minn.
May 6. 1893.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
thatf-aid proof will be made before Isaac E.
Staples, Clerk of Court at Little Falls, Minn.,
on June 19. 1893, viz:
Levi Robinsoa for the ne]4 sec 0, twp 130, rge 29.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
William Charlwick, Adelbert Robinson. James
Chadwick, Frank Ilail, Oreen Prairie, Minn.
A iJARTO. Register.
MORTGAGE SALE.
Default having been made iu the payment of
the sum of sixty and 26-100 dollars. (SG0.2ii)
which is claimed to be due at the date of this
notice upon certain Mortgage, duly executed
aud delivered by Michael Tschida and Theresia
Tschida, his wife to Charles E. Walton, bearing
date the 31st. day of December A. D. 1890 and,
with a power of sale therein contained, duly
recorded in the otliee of the Register of Deeds in
and for the Comity of Morrison and State of
Minnesota, on the 7th day of January A. D.
lh?l, at 8 o'clock a. m.. in book "M" of
Mortgages, on page 437 and no action or
proceeding having been instituted, at law or
otherwise, to recover the debt secured by said
Mortgage, or an.v part thereof
Now Therefore Notice is" Hen by Given, that
by virtue of the power of sale contained iu said
Mortgage, and pursuant to the statute in such
case made and provided, the said Mortgage will
be foreclosed by a sale of Ihe premises described
in and conveyed by said Mortgage, viz:
rj
he north half of the northeast quarter and
the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter
or section four (J) in township forty-one (41), of
range thirty (:!0) containing one hundred and
forty-four and
7v-i')0
(144.7S) acres more or less
according to the government survey 1 hereof in
Morrison Couuty and State of Alinnesota, with
the li reditameiits and appurtenances which
sale will be made b£ the Sheriff of said Morrison
county, at the front door of the Court House, In
the City of Little Falls in said county and state,
on the 8th day of July A.D. 1893, at one o'clock
p. m., of that day. at public vendue, to the
highest bidder for cash, to pay said debt and
interest, and taxes, if any, on said premises, and
fifty dollars, ($f0) attorney's fees as stipulated
in and by said Mortgage in case of foreclosure,
and the disbursements allowed bylaw subject
to redemption at any time within one year from
the day of sale, as provided bv law.
Dated May 9, A. D. 1893.
CHARLES E WAI.TOS.
Moriagee.
F. Toi.man, Attorney. -1
St. Cloud. Minn.
(First insertion May 12, A. 1). 1893.)
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SA LE.
Whereas, default has been made in the condi­
tions of tlmt certain mortgage, duly made, exe­
cuted and delivered by Nickl'irreand Maigaretha
Pirre his wife as mortgagors to Henr.\ Wigging
as mortgagee, dated the 19th day of March A. D.
1889 and with a power of sale therein contained,
duly recorded in the office of the Register of
Deeds in and for the County of Morrison and
state of Minnesota on the 21st day of March
A. D. 1889 at 5 o'clock p. in. in book "Q" of
mortgages on page 89, which said mortgage was
given to secure the payment of the sum of one
hundred and forty dollars and interest, interest
payable annually accordiug to the con Ution of
one-promissory note in said mortgage fully
describe I, and whereas, the said default consists
in the non-payment of the interest which became
due March 19tli 1892 and March 19 1893, on said
note and mortgage, and wherean, in and by said
default in the non*pa.vmentof theannual interest
which became due as aforesaid, the power of sale
in sa4d mortgage became operative.and whereas,
there is now claimed to be due and is at. the date
of this notice actually due on said note and
mortgage the sum of twenty-two and fprty-huu
dredths dollars (22.40) as interest and no action
or proceedlnghavlDg been instituted at law or
otherwise, to recover the debt secured bv said
mortgage or any part thereof
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by
virtue of the power of sale contained In said
mortgage, and pursuant to the statute in such
case made and provided, the mortgage will be
foreclosed by a sale of the premises described in
and conveyed by said mortgage, viz:
That tract of land .lying and being situate in
Morrison county .State of Minnesota, described as
follows, viz..
The north half (\4) of the northeast of the
northeast quarter (*4) of section number twenty
(20) in township number forty-one (41) of range
number thlrtv( 30). which sale will bemade by the
Sheriff of said Morrison county, at the front door
of the Court House, in Ihe citv of Little Falls, in
said county anti State, on SATURDAY, the 24th
day of June A. D. 1893, at 1 o'clock p. m. of that
day at public vendue to the highest bidder fox
cash to pay said debt and interest and the taxes
paid by said morgagee, Henry Wissing, on said
premises, and ten dollars attorney's fees stipu­
lated in and by said mortgage in case of fore­
closure nnd the disbursements allowed bv law.
Dated'at St. Cloud. Minn.. May G. 1893.
IIENRY WISSING, Mortgagee.
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The Journal Press is authority for
the statement that Senator Henry
Kellar l.as been sued by one Mrs.,
Amai.da Edwards, of St. Paul, for
810,000. She alleges that the sena
tor made
hii
indecent assault upon
her person, and she denies that he
was successful except in injuring her
feeling torthe amount of money she
asks. She was about the capito! a
good deal, an applicant for some posi­
tion. Kellar's conduct is peculiar
sometimes, and she doubtless misun­
derstood his exhibitions of fealty to
her office-seeking cause as something
worse. To one not well acquainted
with the Stearns county statesman his
conduct was liable to misconstruction.
Representative Walsh is attorney for
the plaintiff, aud Bruckart & Brow
er will defend the senator.
Mind Reader Johnson was blind­
folded and found a pin head that had
beeu concealed in Wind Cave, S. D.
twelve miles fr».ni the entrance. It
took him hut a few hours to conduct
his companions to the place it was
secreted, but his conduct so rattled
his companions that they forgot the
way out, and for over three days they
wandered about in the cave, lost.
Searching parties finally discovered
them.
If the present times are the result
of what Democratic rule threatens,
how promising must be the prospec­
tive fulfillment of their pledged
policy.
NOTICE.
I". S. I.nnd Office St. Cloud, Minn. I
April 17, 1893.
Complaint having been entered nt this office
by Annie Sorenson against William C. Smith
for abandoning his homestead entry No. 15250.
dated July 14ih, 1891, upon the lots 9.10, 12, 13,
section 30, township 131, range 31, in Morrison
county, Minn., with a view to the cancellation
of said entry, the said parlies are hereby sum­
moned to appear at the office of I. E. Staples.
Clerk of Court at Little Falls, Miun., on the 1st
day of June. 1893, at 10 o'clock a. m. to respond
and furnish testimony concerning said alleged
abandonment.
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Register.
U. S, Land Ollice St. Cloud, Apr. 17. 1893.
Further notice is hereby given thatahearin
will be had at th's ollice oil June 8, A. D. l89Sat
at 10 o'clock A. M. when the testimony taken here­
in will be examined and a decision rendered
thereupon. A. Baiito. Register.
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE.
Default having been made in the payment of
the sum of twenty-one (S21) dollars, interest,
which became due on the 26th day of November,
1892. which default has continued to the date of
this notice, upon a certain Mortgage, duly ex­
ecuted and delivered by August Artman and his
wife Lucy Artman, Mortgagors, lo George W.
Thayer, Mortgagee, bearing date the 26th day of
November,1889. and. with a power of sale therein
contained, duly rccoided in the oflice of the
Register of feeds in and for the County of
Morrison and State of Minnesota, on the29th day
of November 1889. in book "Q" of Mortgagee,
on putie 24G: ami whereas, there is actually due
and claimed to be due and payable at the dale of
this notice the sum ol twenty-one dollars and
whereas the said power of sale has become
opvrat ve, and no action or proceeding having
been instituted, at law or otherwise, to recover
the debt secured by snid Mortgage, or any part
thereof.
Now Therefore, Notice is Hereby Given, that
by virtue of the power of sale contained in said
mortgage, and pursuant to lite statute in such
case made and provided, the said mortgage will
be foreclosed by a sale of the premises described
in anil conveyed by said mortgage, viz:
The north half ot the northeast quartering
of ne'/O and the southwest quarter of the
northeast quarter (s\v% of ne^) all in section
seven (7), township forty (40), ran^e thirty-one
(31).in Morrison county nnd state of Minnesota,
with the hereditaments and appurtenanees whicli
sale will be made by the .•heriff of said Morrison
county, at the front door of the Court- House, in
the cit.v of Little Falls in said county and state,
on the thirteenth uay of May, 1893. at ten
o'clock a. of that day. at public vendue, to the
highest bidder for cash, to pay said nebt of
twenty-one dollars, mil the taxes if any, on said
premises, and twenty-five dollars attorney's fees,
as stipulated in and by said Mortgage in case of
foreclosure, pud the'disburscments allowed by
law: subject to redemption at anytime within
one year from the day ot sale, as provided by
law.
Dated Mm roll 30lh A. I). T8!3.
(JEOUUK W. THAYER,
ortgagee.
C. A. F. A. I-INIBFRC.H,
Attorneys for Mortgngee.
OT pnrciiMiiMr
ponriiui Shoes, which represent the
Sriff SStlSft
prIce*
thousand*
VTI&S NOSUBSTITUTE.
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keep the feet dry and warm.
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We Catfi do it
but a*e willing to pay for learning how to
make aa good an article as Wolff's AckC
Blacking of cheap material so that
retailer can profitably sell it at 10c.
Our price is
20o.
The retailer says tho public will not pay
it. We say the public will, becniise they
will always pay a fair prioo fir a good
article. To show both the trade and the
public that we want to give them tho best
lor the least money, we will pay
$10,000.00
new
Pik-Ron
dry
For above information this offer Ls twi
until January 1st, 1893.
WOLFF A RANDOLPH, Philtdel hi*.
is the name cf v. paint
does work that no other paint cu Co. i.
wood painted with it looks lil t.o
wood when it is stained und ..ruioiiea.
PAINTERS AND MU0&*
will find It profitable to investirate. .\:
paint stores sell it.
LAUD DEPARTMENT
St.
RAILWAY COMPANY
Room 43 Gillfillan Block,
ST. PAUL,
MINN.
The lands of this company now
offered for sale in Morrison and'.
Crow Wing counties, suitable for
agricultural purposes, arc listed
at from $4 to $8 per acre, accord­
ing to location and quality none
of them are more than ten mile*
from the railroad all are Within
easy reach of good markets, and
they are sold for cash, and under
the five and seven years credit
plan. Special terms will be made
for grazing lands.
No section of Miuiu^ota cat*
give greater advantages to tlioso
who are seeking new liomcs.
The company has no l.»nl
agents except the Land Comniis
sioner, aud no person except the
undersigned is authorized to re­
ceive or receipt for any moneys
ou behalf of the Land Depart­
ment of the Company, or to biml
the Company by any agreements
or acts whatsoever in relation to
the Company's lands.
For maps, blank applications
aud further information, ad­
dress,
Buildings Moved,
gt
By Contract
I liave tlic necessary appliance
for moving buildings, and am
prepared to do all such
Any person desiring sueh work
done In Little Falls will do well
to call aud me.
HAGKSMITHli
We make a specialty of fine
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GIVE DS CALL AT OUR SHOP
OAK ST., NEAR RIVER BRIDGE,
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MANFUACTURER OF
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stamped on the bottom of each shoe loof for it
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