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VOL
W
1. NO. 14.
.viimmFiEiaMiHBitfaBWamiiiuiMiTiH
rtri*x,ie OFFICIAL.
MEMREK OF COKORES3.
W. TVghburu, Minneapolis
DISTRICT COUKT.
piakiet Judge, O, P. Stearns, Buluth,
STATE SENATOR.
Aadrew McCrca, Fcrham.
REI*RESKMTATIT?(5.
V, G. Comstock, Moorhead.
Barnard Sampson, Crookston.
CODJfTT OFFICERS.
Probate Jadpe,
Jlsgiater of Deeds,
Auditor,
Treasurer, Sheriff, Attorney,
School Superintendent,
Drner liarTejor,
John W. Slee.
Thog. Gregg".
O. Taylor.
J, 13, TUus.
W, T, Lackey.
A. E. Flint.
J. M. Brown.
Wm, Carrcsc-.,
J. P. Nelson.
COUXTT COMMISSIONERS.
1st DistrictA. P. Mclntyre,
ad DietjrietF, D. Keye,
Sd DiafrictA, Diamond.
Relirrlotis Notice.
Religion* services in the school lionse every
Sunday at 10.30 a. na.
Swcicty.
Tamperanee Society organization meet every
Friday evening at the school house.
BUSINESS CARDS.
AVAxwsKrsr.
0. TAYLOR.
OUS^TY AUDITOR.
Pays Taxes for Non-residents.
Ja P.o Nelson,.
r.r
rr N 13
A.
fteal Estate. Pays Taxes,
WN"W7SLEE^
JUDGrE OF pilOBATJ
JurUdiclion in HOMESTEAD and FINAL
PKOOF enWM*.
Special attention to locating Gov*
rnment nnd R. R. Lands.
A. E. Johnson & Co.,
Areata for
RAILROAD LAND
P. A, BUFQUE,
Counselor and Attorney at Law
CROOKSTON, MINN.
Cirookstdn House.
*WU. BOX, Proprietor,
Crookston, Minnesota.
Jltudquctrters for Marshall County
People.
BUSINESS Dl^ECTOKY.
WABBEN.
MIAT MARKET*
W. Ji Mclntyr*
MRC HANTS.
haao_, Allsa &V*., M. 1*. Gilbert* Co,
MiCresi 8r.
SALOON.
Tamj-B Sc DaUyi
LiniBKK.
I W. F.o:aiB, Johnson, Allsa !C Co.
AGRICULTURAL TOOLS.
H. C. Mectier
WAGON MAKER AND JOStiSKt
K. C. Snyder.
HOTELS.
Warra Ha6, Mark Stephens, MahagBr.
CATIPSNTER.
T. R. Davis.
ILACK8?^ITHS.
li. 4 McC*a, C. L. Weber.
TIN AND HARDWARE
JleCrwi Bros.
LOU18A.
M2RCIIANTS
J. Ksye, A. D. Verboatoun
HARD WAKE.
Jolan Au^uatinv.
LAND AtJINTS.
Hiaosib A Keval.
ATTORNEY.
G*orge W. Holcomb.
-A.6RICULTURAL MACHINERT-.
T. D. Ksye.
HGTIIA
Carl Menud.
JU8TIC2 OT THE 1TAC1-.
O. Barker.
PimiOIAN AND DRLVG8.
Dr. J: Lafou i.
SALOO^Sv
H. KiTtl, 8. Coitflcr.
MS8CA5T
John Haaafe
ROTISJ,.
& Zk"i*
Local Brevities.
Wheat SO cents.
Lent begins to-da^
Mails very irregular now.
A little more of the beautiful yes
terda3%
Mr. F. Stem
come up to pa
Warren.
Louis
Stephen,
of 'Middle jji
1
a good Co
2T\ why wili he not make:
mi v- rn- rL i i
and they offer part, of it for sale,
Monday, March 21st the county
m1
we 3
A town meeting and election took
place in township 155 range 46, S
Men of nerve are needed to illl
the offices of Coaitableg, and our
V/arren Smith equally as well in
tomorrow as th moon will
reach the conjunction or nearest
point with the three planets Juni
per, Saturn and Venus, at eight
o'clock the display will be at its
height.
A caucus will
fico of J. P. Nebon, Esq., on Fri
I Turn out all you Totera, and help
to place a good board in office, and
then on election day, Tuesday,
March 8th, eiect them. Place men
r^-^i ty&ZZr**^. "*'i^y^|
One of the most important' offices
yet to fill, is that of Assessor, and
it needs .a man who is a good judge
of every thing in'general, End cur
butcher W. J. Mclntyre, seems to
fill that bill, as near as any person.
For Justices of the Peac.c,!|Ir. E.
Everything, seat of this county was located at,
1 .1 i 1 !on the whole it was a good prefor-
thia point by tne legislature, i
Thi.s settles the dispute- about. the
county seat for a while at least. The Index saitli well We are in
clined to smilo when a man tells us
an
cc
Feb. 22d, the officers elected to' increasing the value of his property,
serve until March 8th, they will
probably be re-elected for the com
ing year on that day.
Deputv Sheriff J. S. Brigga, PresidentG Hayes tep down and
make a good one for the town and I
out
another term, and a\
_' JR. Ross who has so acceptably f.ii-
IiaY
ve
his taxas last Tre^k!
od thte pip.ee for tho past year, he
ou S
-v vro.may need cue in the village,
Messrs. A. I Stephens and S. I Mr. T. R. Crai^, .would till that of-
Fletcher of Fisher's stopped over, flee exceeding well.
night Monday.
_i..._ ._.__ In" other places of to-days paper
Here arc just the men for Super-
W9
visors, E. W. Rossman chairman, the different parties, who we flur.k
Peter Dalquist and Frank Searl.
A dance vrill take
have suggested the ..'.names cf
would make good ofiicera to fill the
"7 offices for'which they are mention
mace' at the
ed, and tie caucus cast your
residence of 1'1. J,. Tripp on Friday! .,in
vote for them and- thev will be
evening, every bodv go and have a.1!
i nominated..
good time.
Mr. J. C. Bennewitz, of Red
J. B. Titus, makes
Treasurer as good
one we have.
-n i i tVing ia again witn us, he come:
in
Judge Slee came very near hav
ing a serious fire yesterday, the roof
of his back kitchen caught from come back again, Mr. B.
the stove pipe. j- Z~Z~
advanceplacseveralthem:
a iown* Ireasurer, as any i prepare a lo HT in
prepare a pi
tends having some buildings built
upon the.farms that have been, se
cured for them. near town. Wcl*
wce
town yesterday on a beging exenr-'j bina^ Farm Co*s.,
sion,-they were a nbvel^ sight toi nexfseasonr
some, to see those dusky warriors take his departure to his new place
around on their snow shoes.
of famiiiss, i
___ I Mr. M. Twiford of Owatonna,
How does A. P. Mclntyre's name Dodge Co.,-.has-been in our midst
Strike you for the office of Town- for the passed few days, he is look-
ship clerk, we think he is the right ig &> business site, hi the hard-
man in the right place. ware line, and should he decide to
_____ locate here, he will probably find
Mr. S. C. Marsh of Minneapolis, this as good a business point any in
the senior member of the. farming jtlie northwest.
firm of Marsh & Spauldi.ng, spent a _-.-_
few days in the village last week, Mr. L. B.^ Wood and family,
___ brother of W. W. Wood arrived last
Six Chippeway Indians were in k, to take charge of the Pern-
allt
i
Th JNorthern Tie outfit hasj _.
been bought of Mr. Chase, by the The entertainment, at the War-
Journal and. Chronicle of Crookston re
e(\}
this is the last of that paper. -as net very a favorable one for it,
but quite a number was thcro.
intere'sts^ibr
Mr. W.W., will soon
as Superintendent of Lockhart
Keystone farms.the
House, was given, as advertis
last Friday evening, the night
moved off smoothly
cn
tii
tii* *n i ihe members of the cabinet have
tne country.
Get youevening spy-glassc3e ready for i pected to the cfcState.
and
^^K-i
WAEREH, MABSHALt COUHTY, MINNESOTA, MARCH 2, 1881.
rt
1. 1 mance and the receipts were $10.
he cannot take his local paper be-
lle
A communication in regard to
the organization and settlement of
?r* cause ne want3 a city paper,
town 15o range i-6 ha a been hand-1j
7, 1 may as well say he can have breau
notices, andp the local paper
0I
1 building the place and
It is not manly, and we say with
out hesitation, that there "is some
thing out of joint with a man who
does not support his local papera.n
."rt
UP
Next Frid' isinauguration day.
ste
Gaffiel
an
fou
ea
fox
nex
v.
not ail been cnosen, Blaine :3 ex-
JudgebFolgerSecretary
Treasury.
IJAND
I i i J. ii. I Tl^i R*S in Marshall county Minm with
be lie la at the Ol- a view to the csnceliatioh of sa'id entry the
said parties are hereby summoned to an ear at
thia office on the 17th day of March 1SSI, at
i-V. U^wl iil 4-lr i,-.4-Mf nT, ,T:tS8, 48, in Marshall county Mtnm *ith a
On the board Will taKe interest in ^iew to the cancellation of said entrv the su'd
"this matter TllO present board P*Hks are hereby summoned to app.-arnt thia
1, ni
CD
Secretar the
OFFICE-.
Crookston, Minn-. Feb. 9, 1SL
Complaint having been entered at 1h\ fTc
by Irene Hoyoz against Sofuo M. Hdr for
i abandoning his 'homestead entry 7o l.VJi
dated August 19 1878, upon the n]i nvj, sec
AND OFFICE,
Crookston, Minn. Feb. 21,1881*
Complaint having been entered at this offi**e
by George Darveaux against Andfevr -L Sette
-rs, hol for his homestead I
v^5mdatedabandoning
have denwe but orae 01 them do ovwu n. m. to f-.poud andfumishtestiniohT
4- 4--..,... -r 1 concoraiag said allecod abandonment. "1
1
May u, 1S7 upon the n*entry^Noi, ACI RO*
the 25th day of March 1881 at 10
SSst'i^SSS^ I ZP^J^L 'J ^s.'S*! __J .-ItJ-^^J =-1-
1
jflToRtvy to Lonu,
^On improved farms. Long time
aij^ at reasonable rates.
IT. C. MEXTZEH'.
I J. P. NELSOM,
Attorney andCounseScratLaw,
I
'barren, Marshall Co., Minn.
XOTAET PL_LIC, COUNTY SL'XVEYOX
I'
ih^urnxioo ayicJ Keal _dtote.
Choice Lands Selected a_d
i Entries Made
Notice oS Chnttle Mortgrajfc Fos-
clOMiire tvitd Sale.
N\tm- of Mortpnor, M. A. lTlther.
Name ol Moitpa{ ee,r. T. Bo-nleu.
ikue of Mortgage, May 28,1?K0.
JtiortiMs:" rcH-orded the ii'Jth day of May 1^0
in the office ol the town lorkI unJ for the
town of Tnmiirac, Marshall County, State.of
M'.iiiKtioli!, at "i o'clock r, m.
DiKijription of niortgii^eJ propcrij" on? cer
tain 'franu? lni lding built by M. A. "liolthero'i
ne-Ji section 5, Town 157, U. ngc 48, Marshall
coinity Minnesota.
Tlie amount el limed to be due upon said
tleht .secured hy Paid mortgage at the \lat.- of
this notice is the sum of two hundred aiid f.ev
enfx-aeven dollars and fifty-two cents (i277.52)
ancl'Jio proceeding l.uv or otherwise has
been instUiiicd for the recovery of said mort
gaged debt or any part tli"ieor'.ind defauV.hav
ing been mad* in the payment of said sum of
money cLtinied to be due as aforesaid.
jJotice is b"-pby given, thnt the said chat:In
nioStgagn will be foreo' sC..l aiultlwt lliv said
mortgaged proi)ert--- w.li by viriure of powe:
of saift in said chaiilo'mortjj*e contained aci
^^^^9^
r~'-\*& "~t$,iv&'*%r
DEEDED LANDS FOR SALE.
$
PRAIRIE AND WOOD LANDS.
"iir^|^JIl4j^rsjj^ittollie:-pTm ision
^K3Ts*^W:fi5i*nrfinci)
cn^-ni:7de"rri'd" |)rovid'ed
befl at public vendue by the sherifTof .M:r
shall county or his deputy" at the front door of
the section house at Stephen station in Mar
shal! county State of Minnciotu on the
tfsftli day o jriarcli, 1881,
at 1 o'clock p.
m,, to satisfy and pay th
uinouut then due on Maid mortgage del)t to
gether with cos-ill and disl'ursnientfvof said
sale togetb.ar with $10, stipulated in said chat
tie mortgage to be paid out of the proeeds of
such'sale to mortgagee in ease of a foreclosure
of said chat.le mortgage as and for attornej'ji
fee.
12-56 F. J, BOWLEN,
Kzvw. ct Iloi-covn, Mortgagee*
Attorneys for Mortga
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marKei!1Steel
W. J. MQWTYRE,
IN THEIR SEAS0&
M? DEPOT i-oa Faasa
WMmMAMmmUiJHHS,J.!WJ,.|t'ail~ISJIlWIIIIIIHIIPI
Boots and Shod.:
i
OTSTSSI.
Corner 1st and Johnson Avenue,
ftaiiroa'd'Timo Tab.'e.
St. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani
toba Railway.
WAIIREN..
'VL
I Will |i I
On the East side of Urilroad Track, you will _iw. ja
fi^d us roady to show you Goods, giTS
you prices, and to soil you any-'
thin^ ycu want in
ft4 11
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mm IIII I I si 11 liihsi
SASH, DOOR S AM BUILDIHS PAPIS.
J. 15. Tlius, Station Agent*
Leave South* Leave North.
Passenger, 3.SO p* m. Passenger, 1.2S p.
Freight, 12*45 p. 1:1. Freight, 11.00 a.m.
LOUISA.
Leave South. Leave North.
Passengers 2*57 p* m. Passenger, 2.00 p. m.
Freight, 12*00 m. Freight, 12.00 m.
Henry Lane, Station Aj -ent.
Leave South* Leave North.
Passenger, 2.S0 p. in. Passenger, 2.30 p. m.
Freight, 11.20 a* m. Freight, 1.00 p.m.
General Dealer in'
rd
Sovc3y Oar Iron,
and Builders* Materia!*
Ornamental 'or Practical, usu
ally kept by the Trade
I A-entforthe |v Warren, Minn.
CELXS2ATS MO3TITO2 PLOWS. ^ishBros'.&Milburii Wagonsr
Deere & Monitor Hows,
Everything in Tin, Iron cr Brass, McCormtck Twilie and Wlrd
Pr:ces Eadu-csd.
r'KS^SSTOW, .VJFlf,
$2.00 rER YAE.
ii iai.8iuB^Mfaian*ti.^eiBttgj.'Ma
UEyS
fist si If nit
i^ffl %T a\ _ri WMV J_nn_ BiT.-Vet ar jv* jtm ^___k. ____H_k irnimm
itmh i iiP%IMllliH
1
Crockerr, filass^arc aail Lxmps, Pamis, C-il, &.,
R.s-xv:!v *V\e*l Pw
Hats and Caps,
Dry Goods and Koticns,
lores and Mittens,
WE HAVE..'TIIE GENUINE SCREW I50OT3AND SII0S3.""
CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
o
We have a Tin Shop in connection with our Store. Auything
1 he'Tinware line made and repairing done neatly and warranted.
Don't forget Hie Place:
BTiffalo Coats, &q.,'4tc
Warren, R^t,m
morris,
De..L'r In
WfiiraI
WJfMS hlwhB1
Crookston SVSinn-
Fine Watch Repairing Care
fully Done and Guaranteed,
The Famous RocWord Movnnc-iU are
our especial Stock.
Th's is the culmination of Mechanical In
genuity in Watcher
They are cheaper, beiivr hence roor* accu
rate and durable than any other yet inveaUtfv
Alar^o and we!! seiectee! stock of
Clocks from $2 up to fancy pricoz.
A practical Watchmaker myatlf, I guranf*9
fill mal rial sol.l as represente"'. And all work
undertaken as perfect as can be ionr.
Watches or good* for rens-ir can be lift at
the SHEAI* Oiice in Warrei-,
''WD
Deiler in
FAR Si
JTTRT?.V
Binders, Harvesters and
Mowers,
J Case Engines and
Threshers,
Superior SecdTEf
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