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Harris $[ribunq.
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Oct.
13,1991.
Wt are not responsible for, nor do toe by
publishing, endorse, the opinion* of our
•orrespondtnts.
Sny, boy*. let up little on the hamacles,
they are chafed and sore, and it is'hardly
human to opiiukle the salt of sarcasm on
the raw spots.
Ths new horse disease "pinkeye" is
spreading in many parts of this state, but so
far the veterinary surgeons have been very
successful in treating it.
If Gen. Johnson, the democratic candi
date for governor, was not a fuel denier, lie
would stand better at the polls than he will.
Even St P«tul won't eive him a full vote.
The Pioneer Press is authority for the
statement that Senater Edcerton will not
he a candidate for election to the senate at
the extra session, but will withdraw in fa*
•or of Windom.
Hubbard will lead his ticket as much as
Pillsbury ran behind it. It is for this he
is ahus*d by the gang who hare run the
state and its institutions uutil they began
to tnink they owned it.
If the legislature at the present session
dolgft the Wsuft and postpone a settle
ment of the bond question, it mav safely
be charged up to the cowardice of ths men
afraid to-act out-theirconvictions.
Lord Byron once defined fame as "being
killed in battle and having your name
spelt wrong in the paper." Many of the
deV»g*t** to the republican state conven
tion "achieved the goal of man's desires.'•
Has the Pioueer Press any prospoi tive
supreme court litigation, that it is so anx
ious to have a particular friend on the
bench? Perhaps Sarin's words were pro
phetic when he spoke of preparing accom
modations for them in the prison.
Pioneer Press: "Hubbard will rattle
around in Pillsbury's shoes like a pea in a
peck measure." Heavens! what sized
scows our governor must wear. A birds
eye view of the city of Lynn wsuld be
suggested by a glance at his understand
in*.
Tilings are working to give Judge Van
derberg a huge vote, and if the sentimeuts
expressed in this vicinity are a reflex of the
feeling in other porlious of the state the
eminent and venerable gentleman fron the
saw dust city will lead all competitors by
handsome majority.
At the request of Mrs. Garfield, the at
tending surgeons will withhold from the
public the statement regarding the autopsy
which Dr. Boynton had in preparation.
Mrs. Garfield is convinced that the wouud
Was moruy and does not desire to have the
controversy about the treatuieut continued,
as no good can come of it.
Bossism has lost iu grip in New York,
as in Minnesota. In the former state when
the bosses saw they were scooped thev
gracefully accepted the situation and acted
In a sensible manner by submitting and go
ing in for the success of the party. In this
state the same elemeut are sulking and
kicking like fury, they should profit by
the example of their New York brethren
and act like men.
Mr. Wheelock, even after intimating that
Gen. Hubbard as governor would be under
his watchful care and re-lie-able guidance,
does not act as if he had much confidence
in himself, and is evidently very uneasy
about something. Can it be that he is be
ginning to realize that the General may
possibly be disposed to return the compli
ment and keep an eye on some of these
numerous wood-chucks which burrow
through the legislature.
"Consistency thou art a Jewel." The
very fellows who did such howling about
dragging tli? judiciary into the "filthy
shambles of commercial politics," are the
same crowd who forced a republican
against the earnest protest of himself and
friends onto the democratic ticket as a
judge of the supreme court. If Greenleaf
Clark is made of such pliable stuff as to
submit to being handed about from pillar
to post, in this manner, he ought to suffer
the consequences.
Apparently no sooner are the politicians
through with one wrangle than they "are
all tore uc" over another picnic. The state
convention had hardly settled the guberna
torial pow-wow, when up comes the ques
tion of au United States senator, and again
are the political clement violently agitated.
An ordinary mortal would be all broke to
pieces if he had to undvrgo such a racket
every few weeks, but the politician is not
an ordinary mortul and the consequences
are that he thrives instead of wilts under
the agonizing pressure. The call for an
extra sesiiou made the election of a sena
tor necessary, and whether the legislature
will chose Edgerton, Windom or Dunnel|
is the question which worries the average
ofBce seekers and disturbs the equanimity
of the office holders, their sisters, cousius,
etc., etc. Their is however an aching void
in the contest so far, it does not seem natu
ral, but why or what it is that creates such
an impression we cannot say, unless it .be
that we have always had such huge doses
of "Honest John" on any and every occa
sion of the kind, that the absence of liis
name makes the present occasion strange
•ad unfamiliar
'It is asserted, that some
of the members,
who at the last session, went on record iu
favor of the settlement of ths state railroad
bonded indebtedness, arc now on the other
vide of the fence. Should this prove the
case, these men may be set down as cow
ardly demagqgues, who, having become
jitarmed at the mutterings of the repudia
tion element in their districts, dare not do
what they know is right, fearing that they
may suffer the consequences should they
thwart the wishes of a few of their con
stituents. Representatives in our state
legislature we hope are more than scbsin
itig politicians, clique tools ana figure
heads, they should be, and we trust are,
men of judgment, honest and reliable,
competent to form opinions fer tliemselves,
itble to discern between light aud wrong,
and with sufficient firmucss of character to
stand up for the right regardless of results.
It Is proper of course that those entertnin-
iug
different views on any subject be given
A full hearing, and these opinions and
ideas should receive due consideration, but
we think that a representative's duty is to
decide according to the best of his ability
whether the views and wishes of the ma
jority or minority, or one faction or an
other of his constituency should dictate his
conrse and govern his action, and having
formed an opinion to then carry out his
honest conviction regardless «tf ponae-
quotes.
& Cls&fe-,
While the
TRIBUNE has earnestly striven,
and with gratifying results, to impress up
on our merchants and busiuess men the
necessity of making this village the lead
ing market in this section of the stats, we
have only presented one side of the ques
tion. The farmers who are now reaping a
rich reward from the outerprising efforts
of the business men of Morris, are deeply
interested in keeping alive the keen com
petition which is enabling them te sell at
the highest figures paid iu any market iu
western Minnesota, and also to buy at the
most reasonable rates, at prices almost as
low as can be obtained iu the larger cilics.
The large volume of trade now pouring
into this place, not only enables the busi
ness men of this village to maintain thoir
commendable and energciic policy, but it
encourages lliem to greater efforts, and
liencc it is the duty of the farming commu
nity to continue their liberal support. The
farmers iu the territory tributary to Morris
should use every effoit to influence trade
to this poiut, they and their neighbors in
the more remote territory should combine
together and work for aud in the interest
of tlift place, as by so doing they can by
helping us help themselves. Encourage
the business men by increasing the volume
of trade aud you will promote your own
Interests. We admit that never in the his
tory of this village has there been such a
large amount of trade transacted, ytt this
but proves our argument that the farming
community are interested in seeing that the
traffic be not only maiutaiued, but if possi
ble increased, as the very fact of this un
usual aud extensive volume of busiuess, is
the reason why our active aud energetic
business men have been enabled to offer
such vastly superior inducements to the
trading public Morris to day heads the
markets of this upper country, she stands
far in advance of all competitors. Wheat
is worth in this market wi'.hiu from three
to five cents of Minneapolis, and all other
produce maintains the same high staudard
of values, while the keen yet healthy com
petition amoug our merchants has had the
iffect to reduce the prices of fuel aud all
kinds of merchandise in a corresponding
degree. "The Lord helps those who help
themselves," and farmers who will help
tliemselves can do so by combining and
throwing their influence with us as we
suggest. It will without the shadow of a
doubt materially enMince their individual
interest by promoting our welfare.
Of the democratic county nominations,
we have only to say that as a whole the
ticket is a comparatively strong one. Dr.
Heenan's nomination for auditor is perhaps
the best the party could have made, and
while there are uo personal grounds for
opposition to tins worthily popular gentle
man's candidacy, there are some other rea
sons aside from all party questions why
his opponent should, in our opinion, prove
the successful candidate: First, Dr. Hee
nan has large business interests which will
demand his personal attention almost to
the exclusion of all else, and as the office
of auditor now requires that the incumbent
should devote his whole time to the duties
of the position, it would be best, especially
as a new board of commissioners arc to be
elected, that the services of the present ex
perienced official be retained, at least for
another term. On these points, viz the
necessity of a resident auditor, one who
will devote his undivided time to the du'ies
of the office, and of thn importance just at
present of an experienced official, we favor
making no change. Experience now that
there will be an entirely new
board is an essential qualifica
tion in an ex officio member of that board,
and as Mr. Griswold is fully comix-tent be
cause of his experience, he is our choice.
The candidate for treasurer, Mr. White
ley, the present incumbent, starts out with
a good record after his two years steward
ship. He is a courteous and attentive offi
cial and has discharged his trust with great
credit, the office iu his hands being con
ducted in a manner wholly satisfactory to
all concerned. His opponent, Mr. Helger
son, is a formidable antagonist, possessing
equal qualifications, experience excepted.
Iu this office, however, the latter qualifica
tion is not so essential as in the complicat
ed aud complex office of auditor.
The duties are more of a routine and con
sequently are easily mastered. The con
test bctweeu the candidates for this office
will be simply a party fight, influenced
to some extent by the personal preferences
of the many friends of both gentlemen.
While speaking on and for the best inter
ests of the people, we can ouly add that
the candidates are worthy of a united sup
port of their respective parties, both gen
tlemsn being creditable candidates and
there being little if any choice, viewing the
subject from a non partizan stand-point.
Of the other officials we will take occa
sion to speak at another time, believing it
is best to administer politics, like physic,
in small doses.
REPORT OF BOARD OF AUDIT.
To the Board of County Commissioners of
Stevens county, State of Minnesota:
The undersigned Board of Audit of said
couuty. have this day examiued the books,
accounts, vouchers aud funds of theTreas
ursr of said county, and fiud him to be
charged with ths following items, to-wit:
STEVENS COUNTY FUNDS.
State fund $376 53
State seed grain fund 103 53
Common HCIIOOI fund 938 63
County revenue fund 475 79
poor fund ..641)73
road aud bridge fund...... 497 73
12 41
33 82
182 83
8 83
51 01
6 15
15 37
*7 03
139 60
27 89
58 12
41 95
3 10
27 81
11 79
71
1 79
4 10
62 02
16 12
20 27
2 51
54 82
174 11
35 94
17 60
8 87
14 20
8 57
25
21 00
12 90
16 82
1 79
1 14
County sinking fund...
Text book fund
County interest fuud
Moore town fund
Framnas
Hodges
Sahlmark
Hendsvile
Morris
Darueu
Horton
Synnes
Scott
Pepperton
Donnelly
Eldorado
Stevens ............
Vil. of Han'ck
Vil. of Morris
Moore road fond
Framnas ............
Sahlmark
Kcndsrills
Morris
Pepperton
Donnelly ..
Vil. of Han'ck
Vil. of Morris
Hodges road and bridge fund..
Framnas
Synnes
Darnen
Donnelly
Stevens
Vil. of Han'ck ".
Vil. of Morris
sidewalk fund..**..
library fund.......
Redemption of land fund .......
Tax collections fond. e ••e e
School district No. 2 fund
8 ......
4
115 39
24 60
298 94
19 97
2 02
......i. 25 05
........ 108 92
........ 35 08
10 58
........ 2«2 72
7
11
—I-
54
55 54
19 83 87
18 7 80
14 68 44
1# ........ 18 48
17 87 53
30 78 86
V 21 81 44
82 ........ 87 89
28 ........ 687
24 80 12
27 ........ 87
29 48 87
80 6 74
81 ........ 4 92
88 5 22
Total $5595 57
BIG STONE COUNTY.
State fund $ 74 28
Common school fund 181 06
County revenue fund 483 49
County road aud bridge fuud 551 47
Couuty poor fund 198 16
Almond town fund 9 69
Akron 8 50
Artichoke 10 97
Big Stone 24 41
Brown's Valley 18 94
Clurksvillc 25 08
Graceville 14 54
Odessa 12 98
Ortouville 18 27
Prior 48 18
Treuton 15 85
Tokua 16 24
Almond road and bridge fund. 19 25
Big Stone 28 07
Brown's Valley 7 04
Odessa
44
Ortouville
44
12 98

18 27
School district No. 1 62 65
2 76 50
8 6 70
4 18 14
5 21 48
6 21 79
7 52 41
9 28 87
•4 10 28 88
44
11 48 39
44
12 59 47
18 12 44
44
14 32 43
44
15 28 69
44 44
16 1 97
17 5 79
19 8 12
44
20 28 83
44
21 45 41
44 41
22 84 86
44
23 12 65
24 42 37
44
25 9 13
14
26 2 94
Total... ..$2412 10
TKAVEKSB COUNTY.'
State fund $ 32 04
Common school fund 137 6o
County revenue fuud 436 28
County road and bridge fund 291 51
County poor fund 127 49
School district No. 2 147 57
8 80 40
4 1 20
Total $1204 14
RECAPITULATION.
Stevens couuty $5595 57
li» Stone couuty 2412 10
Traverse county 1204 14
Total $9211 81
For which sura we find the following
credits, to wit:
Deposited in Minneapolis bank .$7190 80
Deposited iu Morris bank 1856 85
Cash on hand 164 16
Total $9211 81
Morris, Minn., Oct. 10, 1881.
HEKKY BALDWIN,
Clerk of District Court.
O. A. BAKKE,
Cbair'n of Board Co. Coni'rs.
XV. XV. GRISWOLD,
County Auditor.
Cni RCH SERVICES.
CONGREGATIONAL—Rev. J. L. Fonda,
Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10:30 A.
M. and 7:30 P. M. Weekly Prayer Meet
ing Thursday evening.
EPISCOPAL—All Saints Church—Rev. T.
C. Hudson, Pastor. Services every Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock Evening service
at -Morris on the 2d and 4th Sundays of the
month, and at Hancock on the 1st and 3d
Sundays of each month, at 7:30 o'clock
METHODIST—Rev. W. H. Locke, Pastor.
Services every Sunday at 10 30 A. M. and
7:30 P. M., Sunday School at close of
morning service Prayer Meeting Thurs
day evening at 7:30 oclock.
CATHOLIC—Rev. Watry, Parish Priest.
Services on Sundays, at 10:30 o'clock, A.
M. Sunday School, 2 P.M. Afternoon
services at 3 P. M.
Money to Loan.
On farm properly, at low rates of inter
est. Call ou or address
FIKI.DEU B. CIIEW,
2tf Morris, Minn.
WANTED—5.COO ladies to try Mrs.
Stewart's Liquid Bluing. It has no equal
For sale by all first class merchants. Man
ufactured by Mrs. N. E. Stewart, Minneap
olis llm6
Farm for Sale Or Kent.
The north one half of section 31, town
125, range 42, about three miles west of
Morris, 206 acres, under cultivation. Ap
ply to 8. BERGMAN,
23tf St. Paul, Minn.
WATSON AXD LEONARD
will advance money on improved farms
at low rate of interest, long time, and 110
interest paid in advance.
WATSON AND LEOVARll
will advance money to any who wish to
prove up on their land.
Watson dc Leonard
will advance money on wheat in store.
Wa'ion 3c Leonard
will advance money on village property
and personal security of about all classes.
Watson 4c Leonard
will pay the highest cash price for cattlc.
Watson dc Leonard
will at all times have horses on hand, and
will sell them on time.
Watson dc Leonard
sell passage tickcts to and from all foreign
ports on time.
Watson dc Leonard
also do a general insurance and collection
business.
OH, WHAT A COCGH
Will you heed the warning. The signal
perhaps of the sute approach of that more
terrible disease, consumption. Ask your
selves if you can afford, for the sake of
saving 50 cts., to run the risk and do noth
ing for it. We know from experience that
Shiloh's Cure will cure your congh. It
never fails. This explains why more than
a million bottles were sold the past year.
It relieves croup and whooping cough, at
once. Mothers do not be without it. For
lame hack, side, or chest, use Shiloh's por
ous plaster. Sold at Metropolitan Drug
Store. 3m6eaw
We have a speedy and positive cure for
catarrh, diphtheria, canker mouth and
headache, in Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. A
nasal injector free with each bottle. Use
it if you desire health and sweet breath.
Price 50 cts. Sold at Metropolitan Drug
Store. 8m6eaw
Men of Eminent Ability,
Scholars and chemists, have devoted
years of time and skillful labor that they
might, in a measure, relieve human suffer
ing. Dr. Faust's German Aromatic Wine
is the result of the most patient and careful
experiments. It is prepared with the most
scrupulous care from pure grape juice, and
the choicest fruits, roots and herbs, and
stands pre eminently without any equal for
the useof ladies suffering from private dis
orders, aged and feeble and debilitated
persons, and those recovering from the ef
fects of exhausting disease, mental or
physical overwork. Guaranteed to promote
digestion, invigorate and give new and per
manent vital force. In no way can it be
used as an intoxicant. Ask druggists. For
sale at Metropolitan Drug 15tore. 5m6cow
Guaranteed to cure is the inducement
wc offer you to come to our store and buy
a bottle of Dr. Faust's German cough
syrup. It is based upon chemical laws,
and is prepared with the most scrupulous
care. This medicine is warranted to cure
consumption, coughs, colds, sore throat,
bronchitis croup and all pulmonary
diseases. Uememher an ordinary cough
leads to consumption if allowed to continue
without relief. Price, 25c., 50c. and $1
per bottle. 5inflcow
J. P. H. MORRIS,
U I S
Dealer in
PURE DRUGS AHD PATENT ME0IGIKL3,
Also a full line of
Druggist's Sundries,
Paints, Oils, &c.
All Orders Promptly Filled.
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY.
G-. KOHLER,
Successor to J. HOUSK,
Manufacturer aad Dealer In
SINGLE & DOUBLE HARNESS
Collars, Saddles, Whips,
Brushes, Blankets, Curry
Combs, Nets & Trunks.
J3fReparing Neatly and Promptly Done.
Shop on Atlantic Avenue, Morris, Minn. 50t
LEGAL iNOIICES.
OTATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF STEV
u sns:—s»—In Prooate Court.
In the matter of the Kitate of Michael Nash, de
ceased.
On reading ami fllitig the Petition of Margret
Nash, of Donnelly, representing among other
things, that Mk'hae' Nash, late of Donnelly,
on the 29th day of September, A. D. 1881, at Don
nelly, died intestate, and being a resident of
this" county at the time of his death, leaving
goods, chatties, and estate within this county,
and that the said Petitioner is the widow of said
deceased, aud praying that administration of said
estate be to her granted It is ordered, that said
petition be heard before the Judge of this Court,
on Friday, the 28th day of October. A. D. 1881,
at 2 o'clock P. at Morris, in said county.
Ordered further, that noiice thereof be given to
the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons in
terested, by publishing a copy of this order for
three successive weeks prior to said day of hear
iDf. in the Morris Tribune, a weekly newspaper
printed and published at Morris, in said connty.
Dated at Morris, the 2d day of Oct., A. D. 1881.
By the Court
IiEZKKIAH BRAGG,
25t4 Judge of Probate,
SHERIFF'S
SALE.—By virtue of an Execution,
issued out of the District Court for the Twelfth
Judicial District, in and for the county of Stevens,
and State of minnesota. upon a Judgment issued
and Docketed in said Court uu the 25th day of
A-jril. A. D. 1881, in a certain action wherein
Thomas Callahan wa* plaintiff, and William Mc
Pherson aud George Mel'herson, partners as Sic
Pherson Bros., were defendants, in favor of said
plaiutiff. and against said defendants, for the
sum of one hundred eighty and 78-100 dollars
($1S0.78). I have on the 30th day of August. A. D.
1881. levied upon all the right, title and interest
of the said defendant William McPherson. and
ail the right, title and interest of said defendant
William cl'hersou on the 23th day of April, 1881.
to the following described iands and premises,
to-wit: The south-east quarter of section twenty
six (26). town one hundred and twenty-live (125),
range forty-two (42). the same being in the conn
ty of Stevens, aud State of Minnesota, and will
••11 the same, or so much thereof as may b«
necessary to satisfy said execution and costs, at
Public Vendue, at the front door of the court
house, in the Village of Morris, in the county and
Staie aforessid. on Friday, the 14th day of Octo
ber. A. D. 1881. at 10 o'clock A. M. of that day.
Dated August 30, A. D. 1881.
CIIAS. P. MAGINNIS.
Sheriff Stevens Co., Minn.
BROWK A CHEW, 90t7
Att'ys for Judgment Creditor.
ORTGAGE SALE.
Default having been made in the payment of
the sum of twenty-five (25) dollars which is
claimed to be dne at the date of this xetice as in
terest upon a certain mortgage, duly executed
and delivered by Evan Holmland and Anne
Holmlaud. his wife, to II. T. Bevaus and C. L.
Brown, bearing date the 16th day of Februrary,
A, D. 1880. and" duly recorded in the office of the
register of deeds in and for the connty of Steven*
and state of Minnesota, an the 19th day of Feb
rurary. A. D. 1880. at 2 o'clock p. M.. in book B.
of mortgages, on pages 457 and 458. and no action
or proceeding at law or otherwise
having been in
stituted to recover the debt aecured by said mort
gage, or any part thereof
Now therefore, notice is hereby given, that by
virtue of a power of sale contained in sai I mort
gage. and pursuant to the statute in such case
made and provided, the said mortgage will be
foreclosed, and the premises described in and
covered by said mortgage, viz.: Lot numbered
eighteen (Is) in block numbered two (2) in the
village of Morris, county of Stevens, state of Min
nesota. according to the recorded ground plat or
plan of said village with the hereditam nt.s and
appurtenances, will be sold at pnblic auction, to
the highest bidder for cash, to pay said debt and
interest, and the tares, if any. on said premises,
and twenty-five dollars attorney's fee. as stipu
lated in and by said mortgage in case of fore
closure. and the disbursements allowed by law
which sale will be mnde the sheriff of said
Stevens county, at the front door of the court
house, in the vi.lage of Morris in said county and
state, on the 5th day of November. A. D. 1881,
at 10 o'clock A. M.. of that day, subject to re
demption :t any time within one yearfromthe
day of sale, as provided by law.
Dated September 17th A. D. 1881
H. BE VANS, and
C. L. BROWN.
FIELDER B. CHF.W, Mortgagees.
Attorney for Mortgagees. 23t7
CTATE OK MINNESOTA. COUNTYOF STEV
ens.—In Probate Conrt. Special Term.
In the matter of the estate of George A. J. Over
ton deceased.
On reading an filing the petition of Henry
Wells executor of said estate, setting forth the
amount of personal estate that has come to his
hands and the disposition thereof the amount
of debts outstanding against said deceased, and a
description of all the real estate of which the said
deceaied .ied siezed. and the condition aud value
of the respective portions thereof and praying
that license be to him granted to sell the whole of
said real estate.
And it appearing, by said petition, that there
is not sufllcient personal estate in the hands of
said executor to pay said debts, and that it ii
necessary in order to pay the same, to sell the
whole of said real estate:
It is Therefore ordered, That alt persons inter
ested in said estate, appear before the Judge of
this court, on Saturday, the 5th day of November,
A. I). 1881, at 10 o'clock A. M„ at the court, house
in Morris in said county, then and there to show
cause (if any there bel why license should not be
granted to said Henry H. We'ls to sell said real
estate according to the prayer of said petition.
And it is further ordered, That a copy of this
order shall be published for four successive
weeks prior to said day of hearing, the last of
which publications shall he at least, fourteen
days before said day of hearing, in the MORIEIS
TRIBUNE, a weekly newspaper printed and pub
lished at. Morris in said county, and personally
served on all persons interested in said estate,
residing in said county, at least fourteen dayB be
ore said day jf hearing, aud upon all other per
sons interested, according to law.
Dated at Morris the 17th day of Sept. A. D. 1881
By the Court,
HEZEKIAn BRAGG.
[SEAL] Judge of Probate of
83t5 Stevens county, Miunesota.
First Publication September 1st.
MORTGAGE
SALE.—Default having beeu mad
iu the payment of the sum of one thousand
eight hundred atid seventy dollars which is
claim
ed to be due at the date of this notice upon a cer
tain Mortgage, duly executed and delivered by
William E. Adams unmarried) to Cornelius Be
attie, Kxecutor of the last will of Benjamin Ad
ams, deceased, bearing date the 4th day of May,
A. I). 1880. and duly recorded iu the office of the
Register of Deeds iu and for the county of stevens,
and State of Miunesota, on the 5th day of May.
A. 1). 1880, at 9 o'clock A. M„ iu Book of Mort
gages, on page 554, and no action or procuedirg
at law or otherwise having bean instituted to re
cover the debt secured by said ^tortgaw, or any
part thereof
Now therefore, notice is hereby given, that by
virtue of power of sale contained in said Mort
gage, and pursuant to the statute in such case
made and provided, the said Mortgage will ba
foreclosed, and the premises described In
and covered by said Mortgage, via:
All that part of the west one-half (,4) of section
number two (t), in township number one hun
dred tweaty-four (124). north o range number
forty-two (42). west fifth principal meridian,
which lies south an I west, of the center line of the
Saint Paul. Minneapolis and Manitoba railway as
now operated anil located through said west one
half of section number two (2), aforesaid (except
right of way of sa'd railway), eontaininglfiO acres
more or less, in Stevens county, -tate of Miune
sota. with the hereditaments and appnrtenanccs.
will be sold at public auction, to the highest bid
der for cash, to pay said debt and interest, and
the taxesif any
on said premises, and seventyflve
dollars attorney's fee. as stipulated in and by said
Mortgage in caseof foreclonure. and thedlsburse
ments allowed by law which sale will be made
by the Sheriff of said Stevens connty, at the front
door of the Court House, in the Village of Morris,
iu said county aim State, on the 14th. day of Oc
tober, A. D. 1881, at 10 o'clock A .of that day.
subject to redumption at anytime within one year
from the day of sale, as provided by law.
Dated August 31, A. D. 1881.
CORNELIUS BEATTIK,
Bxecutor of the last Will of Benjamia
j^HEHIFF'S SALE.
Adama, deceased, Mortgagee.
Gso. E. DARLIHO.
Attorney for Mortgages.
CHA». P. MAGINNH, 4D#»
Sheriff. Ftevcaa CO., MIBB. .. 'V
SOLD
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BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION, issued oat of the
District court for the Twelfth Judicial District. In
Sud for the county of Stevens, and state of Minne
Sota, upon a judgment issued aud docketed in
•aid court on the Fifteenth day of September.
A. 1). 1881, in a certain action wherein O. Larson
was plaintiffs, and Israel Moublcau was de
fendant, in favor of said plaintiff and against
•aid defendant, for the BUUI of Eighty-eight and
28-10 dollars (($88.28). have on the 22d day of
September, A. D. 1881, levied upon all the right,
title aud interest of the said defendant Israel
Moubieau, to the following described real estate
to wit: The south one half (Vt) of the north-west
quarter (Vi) of Section number twelve (12), in
Township number one hundred and wenty-four
(124), north, of range number forty-four (44),
west 5th principal meridian, containing 80 acres
of land, more or less, according to the United
States government survey thereof. And will
•ell the same or so much thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy said execution and costs, at
Public Vendue, at the law office of Geo. E. Dar
ling, in the village of Morris, in the county and
•tate aforesaid, on Friday the 18th day of No
Tember,
A. D. 1881, at 10 o'clock A. M. of that flay.
Dated Sept. 26th, A. D. 1881.
CHA8. P. MAGINNIS,
Sheriff Stevens County, Minnesota.
GEO. S. DARLING,
Att'y for Judgment Creditor. 24t7
FINAL PROOF NOTICES.
LAND OFFICE AT FEHGCS FALLS, I
Minn., Oct. 6. 1881.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before the clerk of the dis
trict court of Steveus countj. Minn., at Morris, on
Nov. 21st, 1881, viz: Elijah II Smith, homestead
application No 3325 aud additional homestead ap
plication No, 6725, for the fractional north-west
quarter section 18, township 126 north, range 43
west. He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous resilience upon and cultlva
tion of said land, viz: Charles M. Smith, of
Herman. Minn., John Donnelly. Ignatius Don
nelly and A. Youngberg. of Donnelly, Minn.
26 So REN LISTOE, Register.
LAND OFFICE AT FERGUS FALLS, I
Minn., Oct. 6. 1881.
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 the clerk of
the district court of Stevens couuty. Miun., at
Morris, Minn., on Nov. 21st 1881, viz: Char es M.
Smith, homestead application No. 6721. for the
south-east quarter section 12, town 126 north,
range 44 west. He names the following witnesses
to prove his continnous residence upon and cul
tivation of said land, viz: Elijah H. Smith, of
Herman. Minn.. A. Youngberg. John Donnelly
and Ignatius Donnelly, of Donnelly, Minn.
36 SOREN LISTOE. Register.
Notice is hereby given that the fallowing nam- I
ed settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim aud
that said proof will be made before the clerk of
the district court at Morris. Minn., on Nov. 14th,
1881, viz: Thomas McNally, homestead No. 7080.
for the south-west quarter section 26. township
124 north, range 44 west 5th P. M. He names the
following witnesses to prove his continuous res
idence upon and cultivation of e:tid land, viz:
Thomas Coiehan. Frank Murphy, Patrick McNal
ly and James McNally, of Morris. Minn.
86 D. S. HALL, Register.
LAND OFFICE AT FERGUS FALLS, I
Mii:n„ Sept. 13. 1881.
Notice is herebygiven that the following named
settler has filed not ice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Clerk of the District
Court of Stevens county.at Morris, Minn., on Oct.
25th, 1881, viz.: Het.ry Ley. homestead No. 3607,
for the enst half of northwest quarter of section
18, town 1^5. north of range 43 west. He names
the following witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon, and cultivation of. said land, via:
Henry Heuer. John Sharr, William Schulenburg
and Christian Klein, all of Morris P. O., Stevens
county, Minnesota.
S3t5 SOREN LIST03, Register.
LAND OFFICE AT FERGUS FALLS, I
Minn.. Sept. 9. 1881.
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 the Clerk of District
Court of Stevens couuty, at Morris, Minn., on
October 18th, 1881. viz: Ltidwig Putzke, home
stead application No. 6693. for the eart half of
*onth east quarter, north -west quarter of south
east quarter, south-west quarter of north-east
quarter of section 10. town 1*^6 north, range 41
west. Mirnesota. He names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence npon
and culivation of said land, viz. Adolph Trantow,
Herman Winter. Ednloud Keily. William Rchults,
all of Morris, Stevens county. Minn.
ST) SORIN LIITOI, Register.
LAND OFFICE AT FK.RGU9 FALLS,»
Minn., Sept. 0,1881.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler han filed notice of his intention to
make tlnnl proof in support of hid claim, and that
said proof will be made before the Clerk of Di»«
trict Court of Stevens county, at Morris, Minn.,
on October 17th, 1881, viz: Arthur Hoyt, pre
emption D. S. No. 21(98. for the west half of south
east quarter and east half of south-west quarter
section 32, towu 12fi north, range 43 west. Minn.
He names the following as his witnesses to prove
his continuous resilience upon and cultivation of
said land, viz: David Fitzgerald, John Hiys.
Daniel F. Stevens, Lyaander B. Pnsbor, all of
Morris, Stevens County. Minnesota.
22 SOHEN LISTOB, Register.
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SUPERIOR OTHEM
—In CONVENIENCE,—
DURABILITY, ECONOMY,
GENERAL CONSTRUCTION.
BUYS! BEST!
0000 &
21 Mull HIS, MINNESOTA.
THE BANK OF MORRIS,
MOKRIS, STKTBHS COUHTT, MUM.
$50,000 TO X.O-A.ZNT
on Improved Farms in Stevens, Pope and
Big Stont counties.
Money Adaaneed the day Application
ie Made, if Securities are Satisfactory to
v».
County Orders and School Bonds Pur
chased at the Highest Market Rates.
47 KENNKR & MOORE.
CORN AND GROUND FEED
AT WHOLESALE AHD RETAIL
Feed Exchanged for
Oats and Barley.
HIGHEST CASH TRICE TAID
FOR GRAIN OF ALL KINDS.
D. B. SUTHERLAND & CO.
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1AND OFFICE AT BENSON, I
Minn., Oct. 7, 1881.
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LAND OFFICE AT BENSON. I
Minn.. Oct. 1, 1881.
Notice is hereby given that the following nam
ed settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before the clerk of the
district court, at Morris, on Nov. 7th. 1881. viz
John Mahony. homestead No. 6651 and No. 96')1.
for the south half of north-west quarter and
south half of north-east quarter, section 18, tawn
124 north, range 41 west 5th P. M. lie namre the
following witnesses to prove his continnous resi
dence upon and cultivation of said land, viz*
Michael Galvin, Timothy Murphy, John Coleman
aud Johu Uyau, all of Morris. Minnesota.
25 D. S. HALL, Register.
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LAND OFFICE AT BENSON,
Minn., Sept. 20,1881. i"
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 the clerk of
district court, at Morris. Minn., on Nov 2d. 1881,
viz: John Bttrch, homestead 10153, for the
north-west quartersection JO, township 123 north,
range 42 west 5th P. M. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: Michael Gal
vtn, Thomas Murphy. Thomas C. Do'an and Cor
ueline McCarthy, of Mori is. Minn.
84 D. S. HALL, Register.
LAND OFFICE AT BENSON, I
Minn., Sept. 13. 1881.
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 the register
and receiver at Benson, on October 28. 1881, viz.:
William Parker, D. S. 7311. for the nor hal of
the n rtheast quarter, southeast quarter of the
northeast quarter and northeast quarter of the
southeast quarter of section 18. town 123 north,
range 44 west fifth P.M. H'* names the follow
ing witnesses to prove his continuous reaidence
upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Delos
Fowler, of Morris Hiram A. Watkins, John
Keek and Obedar Cole of Big Stone.
23 D. S. HALL, Register.
LAND OFFICE AT BENSON, i
Minn.. Sept. 13.1881.
Notice is
hereby given that the following nam
ed settler
has filed noticeof his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim aud that said
proof will be made before the register and re
ceiver at Benson, on October 28, 1881, viz: Deles
Fowler, homestead 10594. for the southwest
quarter section 8. town 123 north, range 44
west of 5th p. m. lie names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence upon,
and cultivation of, said land, viz: William Par
ker, John Keek, Obadiah Cole and Hiram A. Wat
kins. of Big Stone.
2315 D. S. HALL, Register.
LAND OFFICE AT FERGUS FALLS, I
Minn.. Sept 14.1881.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intentioa to make
final proof insupportof his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Clerk of the Dist
rict Court, of Stevens county. at Morris. Minn.,
ou October 26. 1881. viz: Aine Eriksen. home
stead application No. 3123 for the north half of
north east quarter of section 32, town 126
north, range 42 west. Minnesota. He
names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, viz: Hans Larson, Erick Larson. Hans
Olson and Guilbert Krogen, of Donnelly, Stev
ens county, Minnesota.
811 SORE* LISTOB, Register.
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HUEY & SMITH,
Proprietors.
G-raceville, Minn.
Dealers in
Dru&saod Patent Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
Toilet Articles, Per
fumery, and a
full line of
Druggists' Sundries,
Pure Wines and Liquors for
medicinal use. Physicians1 and
family recipes carefully compounded.
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HUEY & SAWYER,
BLACKS MI THIN 0
In all its branches.
HOUSE SHOEING
A specialty.
Machinery of all kinds repaired
promptly.
Shop opposite Perkins House barn,
52m3 Morris, Minnesota.
Meat Market.
HENRY F. PETERS
Has always on hand a Full Supply fF
Fresh, Salt,
Smoked
and Dried
MEATS, SCO.,
which are always Fresh nod First-Class.
All Ordf Filled Promptly.
H. HUTCHTNS,
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LAND OFFICE AT BENSON,
Minn., Sept. 7, 1881. i
Notice is herebygiven that the following named
settler has (lied notice of his intention to
make dual proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will be made before
the clerk of the district court at Morris, on Oct.
15th, 1881, viz: James Mnrry, homestead 6659,
for the east hal
south-west quarter section 4,
town 129 north, range 42 west 5th P. M. He
names the following witnesses to prove his con*
tinnous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, viz,: Ziba Caswell, Frank Horton, James
Flynn and tHlas Caswell, all of Morris, Minn.
D. S. IIAI.T,, Rpffister.
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Paint of All shades mixed to order, la
any quantity.
Sixth St., west side of R. track,
Morris, Minn. 3:tf
FUEL DEPOT.
Hard and Soft Coal of all
Grades.
Large Stock cf Wood Always
on IIi»nd.
CALLAHAN & LINDSEY,
Morris, Minn.
OfBce at Cowing & Mars'. S2m8*
Established 1870.
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Card and Soft Coal,
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John Deere Sulky and Walking Plows and Cultivators,
Fish Bros.' Wagon, with Self-oiling Skeins.
Monitor Seeder and Drill, Thomas Hay Rake.
La Dow Pulverizers, $25.00 each.
Prices Reasonable.
New Grocery Store.
I have just opened a Choice, Well Selected, and Fresh Stock of
Staple i and Fancy i Groceries.
Also a full and complete line of
BOOTS I AND I SHOES.
I would call the attention of the pnblic to tin above fltocK, and ask a sbart of their
patronage. Call and see us.
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