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KKMBXR or. ooiraniss.
W., Washburn, Minneapolis
PUirlet Jndge, Of P. Stearns, Dtilnth.
Andrew MeCrea, rerham.
& G. Coastock, Moorhead.
JJarnerd Sampson, Crookston.
Auditor, Treasurer, Sheriff, Attorney,
1st DistrictA. P, Mclntyre,
34 DistrictF. D. Keye,
34 DistrictA. Diamond,
Religions services in the school bowse every
Sunday at 10.80 a. an.
Teraporanee Society Grgauiiation meet every
Friday evening *t the school house.
Pays Taxes for Non-residents.
J. P. Nelson,
toal stati. Pays Taxes.
JOHN W. SLEE,
'Abstract and Land Examiner.
Agent Tor R. K. LAND In POLK, MAR-
IKALL AND Kl TYSON COUHTIH?.
Special attention to locating Gov
ernment and R. R. Lands.
A. E, Johnson & Co.,
RAIL ROAD LAND.
P. A. DUFOUR,
^Counselor and Attorney at Law
*WM. BOX, /Proprietor.
-Headquarters for Marshall County
W. J. Mclatyre.
*na*, Allan -A C., M. P. Gilbert, Co
-I. W. Sosasi&u, Johnson, Alleu Jt Co.
II. C. Mentzer.
WACO* MAKER AND JOBBKK.
it C. Snyder.
^Warrea House, Mark Stephens, Mauager.
T. R. Davisv
M. McCan, C. L. Weber.
TIN AND HARDWARE.
T. Xeye, A D. Verboaeaun.
Blcom & ILYral.
'George W. Holcoxub.
JUfcTiCE O THI PKAC1.
PHYSICIAN AND DRUGS.
Dr. J. LaPoad\.
R. Kirel, f. Csnaer.
Wheat 68 cents.
Fine -weather for
John \V, S]e.
J. B. Titus.
W. T. Lackey,
J. M Brown,
J, P. Kelson.
the past few
H. Stebbina, wife and baby
arc stopping in town for a few da3's.
We want ten cords of wood,
Monday was a lively day for our
merchants, as everybody and their
neighbors came to town.
A dance at the Warren House
to-night. Turn out everybody, an
invitation is extended to all.
Full report of Count Commis
sioners proceedings will be found
in another column of this issue.
There will be preaching at the
School house next Sunday at 11
o'clock, and Sund ayschool immedi
ately after morning service.
The Fisher's Landing Bulletin
has otir thanks for a handsome cal
endar. The Bulletin can do as
good Work as any office in the Val
J. B. Titus bought the building
between, M. P. Gilbert & Co., store
and the Senate saloon, this wlrfck.
We understand a stock of furniture
will opened up there shortly.
F. D. Keye, the merchant prince
of Middle River was attending the
commissioners meeting of Wednes
day, while in town requested us to
enroll his name on our list.
Mr. E. D. Child*, of tha firm of
E. t). Childs & Co., Carman, was
in town to-day and went north on
the train. Mr. Childs is one of THE
wheat buyers of thifc eountry.
The emigration boom has com
menced at Middle River, a settler
came in last week, 'bringing his
household effects and teams, pre
pared to stay. Let them come,
room for 5,000 inort such.
CLARKBEARLS. On Feb. 10th,
at Crookston. Mr. Herbert Clark
of Owatonna, Minn., to Miss
Clara B. Searls, of this place.
The couple will take up their
abode near Owatonna, where Mr.
0-., i* in business,
Programme for the temperance
meeting, Friday, Feb. 18th, will be
as follows: Singing by the society
Opening address, Geo. It. McCrea.
Select readings, Mrs. E. W. Ross
man, Mr. J. S. Briggs &nd Jas. L.
Stewart. Song, Messrs. l.S.Briggs
E. F. Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Bftwn
Essay, J. B. l^itus. t)eclamation,
W.H. Gilbert. General speaking,
and then any business tiiat mar
come before the meeting.
The school exhibition wM^h was
looked forward to for so long, came
off last Weduesday evening, at the
school house. The house was well
filled and if the snow hao* "not been
deep and sleighing better undoubt
edly there would have been many
more present. The entertainments
were par excellent, in fact, the pro*
gramme wa3 so long that spacfe Will
toot allow of naming and comitrent
11% Seperately upon each one par*
ticpa&iag in the programme. But
the MtiiTaSiasm with which the
audieuce applauded each one astwo
they acted y*eir parts, was evideuce
that it was ail appreciated.* The
We should like rery much to get
a discription of each township, in
this cottnty as aeon as possible. No
matter how short it may be, let it
only be the number of the town and
range, with the amount of land ta
ken or there about*, number of acres
in crop last season and number of
acres that are ready for crop next
on season, the principal settlers, and
subscription. Highest markst price I how long situated on their land
a general outline is what wc ^Aiit.
Will some one in each township
give a small item towards this end.
To any such contributor we will
aend him the SHEAF free for three
Monthly School l*iorf
Average standing of pupils in the
following studies: Reading, spell
ing, arithmatic, geography, gram
mar and history.
Robert Legge 96
Grant Rossman 91
Anna Slee 80
Edith Nelson 90
Armina Craig 90
Melinda Craig 00
Elliott Hardey 1* 0
Nellie Miner .S3
Edwin Davis 81
Herbie Davis OS
A great many have been unable
to attend regularly the past two
weeks, owing to the inclemency of
the weather consequently thir
standing is lower than it would
otherwise have been.
J. M. BROWST, Teacher.
There has been considerable com
plaint lately of persons setting
bates to capture the bounty offered
for wolves and-(dogs,-) secure price
of the fur, which at this time of
the season is prime, the value of ..A
wolf skin is from seventy-five cWts
to $1.50, that of a dbg some less,
depending some what on the value
of the dog. We understand sorns
parties are reaping a big harvest,
being quite successfull in their
work, using very little poison and!
going a short distance to seeurc
their game. The wolf generally
found in the field, the dog at the
house for funeral service. One of
the bigoet days work we have heard
of, was the setting of four bates,
the victory was immence, three'
wolvts and four dogs^. the latter
mostly from town, wnere the Hides
can be had by calling
exclamations of as thoy passed towa meeting, Peter itenti, Frank
out for home, was that it was the Yediker and Frank Ml* Glfrk
best thing they had witnessed this Fred Tripp.
winter. Mr. Browu (oi^r able To locate county toni, begin-
teacher) may v^cll feel proud of his ing at a point on the south line of I
school, and ike school of. him .and township 155, range 38, between i
thenwivw. ^cn* and 35, ronnning nortk
WABBEN, MARSHALL COUNTY, MINjfesOTA, FESRTJARY 16, 1881.
for them. No
charge for collecting. As to the
trafic we have no objection, but
would advise parties in the business
to exrcis more caution in placing
their bates, as their are seasons of
the year that some of our dogs ar
valued very highly, and the loss
would be felt to the owner. The
wolf we would gladly see scalped
and the reward sccursd, to any per
son in tho business.. We hope
more caution will be observed in
the futura. ,A LOOSER
Spociul.jftactta? of the County
WARREN, Feb. 8, '81.
Members present, A. P. Mcln
tyro and A. Diamonds
The following petitions wr
To organize Township 1^5, range
16, into a tbwn, to be named Com*
stock. The following town officers
tofeeelected, viz: Three supervi
sors, one to be designated as chair
man Town clsrk Town treasurer
Assessor Two justicesJdf the Peace
The following named persons to
act as Judges of election of said
on the section line intersecting the
right-away of the St. Paul, Minne
apolis & Manitoba railroad, thence
on thf^ west side of said right-away
through the town of Middle River,
and through the town of Tamarac,
to th north.line of section of
said town of Tam&rac thence
north-east across said railroad track
to a point on Tamarac River about
35 rods east of the center of said
railroad right-away to the bridge
ont section 5, crossing said river
and/intersecting said right-away of
railroad thence north on the east
side of said railroad to the north
line of Marshall county.
To locate a county line rc*'I com
mencing at the north-east corner
of section 36 Town 155, Ring* IS,
running west through s&id town
155, range 50, and ending at Red
RcBolYed That we ask our mem
ber to the Legislature, Mr. Samp
son, to introduce a bill authorizing
Marshall County to issua bonds to
the amount of f3000. to fund our
The board theu adjourned to 9
o'clock Feb. 0th.
'3 Feb. 9, 1881.
Boaad met, present A. P. Mcln
tyje, A. Diamond and F. D. Keys.
Resolved That we find the Audi
tor's s.uritie's deficient, and require
new bonds on or before our Mrch
meeting.. Surities to justify.
The following bills wers allowed:
EiAllen 4 tO
JB& A W Hall S 50
Pioneer PreBS Co. 64 25
A Dewey 4 27
Tom Morris 10
A Mclntyre town Clrk 3 35
Thomas Craig ft 51
AJDaimond 11 50
APMcintyre,^ 9 50
A. P. MCLKTYRR,
Chairman B'd, Co. Commissioners.
O. TAYLOR, Clerk.
J. P. NELSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Wurren, Marshall Co., Minn.
NOTARY PUBLIC, COUNTY SURTRYOI
BM1K.VAXI aiaet fleaxl 1CKK.
DEEDED LANDS FOR SALE.
PRAIRIE AND WOOD LANDS.
Choie* Lands Selected ax.d
ct 5S S C3D
Cb 3 55
Boot* and Shoe*,
On ths East aids of IlAilroai TrAcK you will *lyr:y9
tV.id us ready to ljOT? you Qoods/
you prices, %nd to sell you a&y-
thiag you want
Hat uid Cap*,
J R. Titvw, Staiioa Ajeut.
Lea** South. Lav NortV.
rasset r, S.S0 p. as. ?*aseter, 1.S5 p. ru.
FreiRfct, H.ip. w. rreifht, 11.00*. m.
I^are South. Leave North.
Passenger, S.57 p. at. PnaiaBger, 8.00 p. in.
Freigkt, 1S.0D m, freight, 1S.00 in.
Henry Lane, slUtiou Ajjent.
Leave South. Leave Nortt..
Pasaeurer, S.30 p. ro. fiSBecser, 2.30 p. m.
Freight, 1K30. IreigSjt, 1.00 p..
General Dalr in
Stoves, Bar Iron,
Steel and Builders' Materia!.
Affect for the
CELIBSLTED Moiniox PLOWS.
SJrerythfe^ in Tin, Iron cr Brass,
OrnaM-ental or Practical, uia
kept by the Trade*
'**Mt*??t!r Mnry, i
$2.00 rEB ru%
Dry Goods md Ifotiont,
Glovos and Mittens,
WE IIAVB THE GENUINE SCRXYT BOOTS AND SH0E15.
W kaft a Tin Shop ift eonnsction with our Store. Aaythmg
the Tinware line mads and rtpairing dcue nsatly and warranted.
Don't forget IhePkcc:
Cornsr 1st tnd Jahnssn Avsnu, Warren,
Railroad Tim* Tr.b!.
St. Paul, Minneapolis it Mani
Butfalo Co\ts, &c., &c-
H. C. MENTZER,
Deere & Monitor Plows,
McOormicki Twine and Wire
Binders, Harvesters and
J, I. Case Engines and
Fine Watch Repairing Care
fully Done and Guaranteed,
The Famous Roclford Movement are
our especial Stock.
T:s is tiie culmination of Mechanical In
gerfbitj- iu Watehe?.
Thy re cheaper, better hence more ac-cii--
ratc aaJ .!ural.k than any other yet iinente
A large find vroH seJocte5 stock cf
Clocks from $2 up to fancy prices.
A practical vVatcunufcer lnyself, IjBrante
kll ma'. -isl Pol as representi'V. And 11 v, irfc
imderttken as perfect as can be donr.
WatrhM or jfoor. for Tprlr ca i be !e-^4