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•orris, Minn., SoV.3. 1881. W« are not retpontible for, nor do we by publithing. endorse, the opinions of our correspondent*. A ilclusAof laud oftlc« noticcs has cramp «U our space in this is«ue. Plenso make it duty to send In the w mil* just us soon ft* lite vote is counlcd. Candidates need to be 011 their guard next Tucsd«y» wd see that there is no re peating. A resolution lias been introduced in the tegi sUlure abolishing the office of railroad Od«uins.sioncr. Kow we kno*v what it cost* to kill a tuan. Dr. Bliss, it is reported, rates the value «f his services to the late prcsideut at $-,\-.,000. Five hundred anil twenty five thousand dollars is the amount saved every three months, by the reduction of service 011 the '•star'' routes. The next exciU'imnl 011 the programme is the election of course, but the question that bothers the average newspaper man is, after that, what? President Yillard rccen'ly told the ctll sens of Portland, that he would ride from New York to Oregou, in October, 1!SS3. over the Northern Pacific Examine jour tickets cart fully, they will bear critical inspection lie sure you know what your's reads before you deposit it. nnd it is evermstinglv loo late. Republicans wl» participated in the re publican couvention, or caucuses, nre in honor bound to stand l*y the noiniuees. The same may be said to demociats. Great C«ear, what are we coming to. It is atoeilcd yn ii.disputable authority that the Dightoii, Massachusetts, fanners have decided that onion growing U more profi table than strawberry culture. A prominent citizen of Black River Falls Wis., named Samuel Kenyon was •hot dead, iu his door yard, Sunday night. There is no ciue to the murderer, nor cau any cause be assigned for the foul deed. Yeonor, having a large lot of spare time on his hands, now that he lias arrauged the weather for the winter 011 this side of the Atlantic, has turned his attention to Europe and prognosticates for that portiou of the globe. We expect from all that we hear, that General Hubbard will lead his ticket in this county some two bundled votes. Kot only are many of bis old democratic fiiends and neighbor*-.going to give him their vote, but they are also going to the polls to work for hiui.. Ill compliance with the request of the comuiibsioners and board of trade, rt pre ventative Washburn lias inticduiid a bill In the legislature, calling foruti appiopiiu tiou of $000 for building a bridge atuss the Pomuiedc Terre river in the town of Horton. Brady intends to die hard if die he must' and proposes to show that he was not only guiltless of any illegal acts, but that every extension of servie« ordered on the star luules was done at the express instance and with the written sanction of high offi cials. He claims to be able to produce the letters, and if he can there will bu aome interesting disclosures. Brady is good at blutT however. Thitf they say is an age of frauds, but it has remaiued for a Newark, N. J., bauk cashier named Baldwin to take the bakery, cake and all, as a prince among embezzlers. This enterprising rascal perpetrated the most colossal steal of the age, having sue ceeded during eight years pilfering iu rob bing the .Mechanic* .National Bauk. of that city, of over $^,0iK),000. The institution is irretrievably ruined aud the depositors will lose almost everything, iialuwiu has bceu arretted. After weeks of speculating 011 the pro bable changes ill the cabinet, aud after all the weary work of the would be cabinet makers, an end_has been suddenly put up on the wild guessing of those "who know you kuow," by the adjournmeut of the senate last Saturday No changes other than the appo ntinent of Judge Folger to succeed VVindom as secretary of the. treas ury have been made, and there probably will not tor mitil after the ilose of the star route ring prosecutions, when, it is ru mored, James aud McVeigh will retire. A more re assuring condition of affairs is no'.icable in Ireland. The power of the laud league is broken beyond a doubt, as, not only h.-ve many prouiiuent agitators withdrawn their sup|»oit and ».y 111 pathies since the "no rent" manifesto was pub lished, but the more influential among the clergy have openly condemned the whole action of the league. The people also *eeui disposed to give the laud act a fair trial, and these cau»cs. combined wi ll the coercive measures adopted by the govern ment have had a salutory eflect and peace is once more dawning upon the Emerald We. We would ask as u s|eeial favor, on be half of many interested, that the judges of election send in the returns at once. Many au.ioying ami unnecessary delays have re sulted from carelessness aud negligence 011 the part of the persou designated to deliver the official returns, and it has occurred more than ouce, that some one Itteru has by this, delayed the official canvas of the vote, which cannot be made uulii all the returns are iu. The ofiljial returns froui every town in ihe County should be iu the hands jf the audit or by teu o'clock 011 Weduesday uext, and a memorandum of the vote for county of ficers might be liauded iu ou the eveuiug of election. la reply to Mr IVist-y, we would What will be tli eflect of the element introduced into our ilitics by the presence in our midst of a large number of men employed in railroad construction Also, What effect will it have on the result of Tuesday's contest? These are proulcms which worry the candidates, but on looking over the ground there does not seem to Lc any occasion tor alarm, for the diverse iu— tluenccsand interests brought to bear, have severed the vole in twain and it is a toss up which part is the largest, the division be ing very nearly equal. This is as it should be, the result is one for majority of the resident people to decide, aud so long as any flouting vote within our bor ders can be divided against itself the result will he satisfactory to all couccrned—the candidates possibly excepted. The death of A. J. Comstock removed from the board of county commissioners one of its most valued members. His services were of the greatest import ance to our county, and why? Because of his experience. That experience gave him an insight to and knowledge of the public affairs, such as could iu no other way be obtained. There is but oue man in this county now who possesses an equal kuowlcdgc of the intricate and important count) matters that muu is the republican candidate for auditor, W. W Griswold, and us the auditor is an ex-oflicio.member of the board, it is imperative ut this lime that his services tie reiaiutd. A new board is about to tie elected of the'old board two have died aud the third will retire now, as the coiumissioLeis have entire coutrol of county legislation, as they are the coun ty legislature, is it not an urgent necessity that oue at least of the members of the board, have some experience aud praclica knowledge of the county's all'aias ll i.- on this point that the Tribune urges 3lr. Griswold's election—and right here we will candidly say 'hat Dr. lieetian, his opponent, possesses with the one vital exception of experience, all the quaPtica turns necessary to till the otlice with honor to him&clf aud credit to the county. nay, I«t—Tfrc duty of the office of county Commissioner is more than to lepres^nt 11 4lUlrict. It is to represent the whole coun ty by intelligent opinions of the wants ol lilJ, us glemieil from euc.h section's repre sentative ^d—Our allusion to "chronic office sucking" upplied 11111 teneiHl way, f'ki—Even well to secret orders us U jiuhlic affairs. if Mr. Hull gained his noiiiina $ion as sUted, it gives Air. Taisey no ad- ?,4'antige, for lie got his becausc no one else |ip|ie.ired to want it We made no objec tion to Air- Taisey individually, as his "4i»iniiiunicalkHi would imply wc ohjcctetl jo his methods tuid simply bceause he dis played hoMility to the interests the vll iAge, as evinced by Ids sectional cumpiugn e»n»iler Mr. Hall |ng, aud because we the best iiiiMt f*i tiu fis ell as^r 1 been district ho. ?. VhBt portions of Uie above.—Et) Momuf, AliM*., Nov. 1,1881 Editor JIoukis Tmbukk: DtAi. bin:—In your last week's issue you have honored us with flattering re marks about our lair. The undertaking was crowned witn gieat success. Tire ef forts of the ladies and geiitlemeu to whose charge I had com milled the whole affair, aud the interest for the cause manifested by all who were present, demaud from my part my sincercst thaiika. And although many of our own community, who call then.selves Catholics, have taken no active part in the fair, which could not even es cape the notice of our Protestant friends, we ueverlhek'ss realized the sum of Tnese folks have always means to squan der iu an uulawful manner, becoming thereby a scandal aud a stumbling block to their neighbor, but for ihe Church they have not even a chip to spare. They are the most impertinent in their demands from the priest, but constantly refuse him the means for doing so. Whomsoever the cap may tit, let him wear it. At this occasion 1 would ask leave of my Protestant friends lo correct a great mis understanding which has lately circulated lieie. The fact of my erecting a Catholic school and withdrawing the children from the public scuool, lias caused many to think that I was unfriendly disposed to wards the public school and towards all iu connection with the same. This is, however, a great mistake. The reason for my doing this is, 1 tcause I regard a Uod kss education as a worthless thing, and therefore let religion, the knowledge of God, rank first in the intellectual training of uiy children. If you have a right not to suffer your children to become Catholics, have 1 no right to prevent mine from be coming Protestants or infidels? The sac rifices which wc have to bring iu order to give our children the educa'iou we want them to receive, wiil certainly cause uo oue the toothache. Every Catholic, who is worthy of the name, willingly brings these sacrifices iu order to retain iu his children that faith lor which our forefa thers have not hesitated to die. If public schools would be what they pretend to be, namely: non-ieligious or non-sectarian, then we could send our children there, and make up what is lacking. But since they are to a great exteut Protestant institutions, wc cannot send our children. These are the reasons which have caused me to erect a separate sci.ool, and to inflict the severest punishments upon l.athoiic parents who ret use to send their children, except 1 give them .-pecial permission to send them else where. itespectfuliy, You sny Iain running my campaign 011 the locality issue which savors of "chron ic office seeking." l'lease specify where the chronic oilice seeking comes iu. If a commissioner iu not intended to represent the disirici that elects him, why divide the county in districts at all. The very object of the law is to provide representation by one who knows the needs of the district he represents. In the same breath tbu* you call tm a clnonic office seekef you say I an a stron ger here. If 1 am a stranger how do you kuow 1 am a chronic otlice seeker? I have been u resident of this county now over five years and have you or anyi.ody else ever heard of my candidacy for any office whatever. This is the first time in a resi dence of over thirty-live years in the state that my name lists ever been before llie "dear peo ple" for their suderiigrs. aui satisfied you had another man in your mind when you alluded lo me as a chronic office seeker. Uo you know or have you heard of the manner in which my opponent secured the present nomination, viz.: by hanging a convention until three o'clock in the morn ing aud balloting for himself over thirty limes, and when at last he was nominated it wus by his own vote, the result being nvc to six. 1 find 110 fault with this, I nave 110 doubt he thought lie was voting for Hie best man when he |ersisted in Vit iig for himself instead of tien. T, II. Bar rell, and should have never alluded to it except lo show you and the people who 1 tie chronic office seeker is. If 1 have lived in this county five years and am yet a Mranger, I take it to be a compliment that 1 have attended to my own business so closely, and let other peo ple alone so thoroughly, that you hardly Know of my 'cxn-lancc Pardon me for presuming so much upon your space, and please take the pains the next time you attack me or my record to look ujHtlui fuels. foots truly A. II. TAISKT. Donnelly, Oct. 81. 1881. [O .tiiigio the luck of space w« have ni lied to hare out sooue irtele CHIRCH SERVICES. Congregational—liev. Episcopal—All J. L. Fonda, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10:80 A. M. and 7:80 P. Weekly Prayer Meet ing Thursday evening. 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 ol the month, and at Hancock 011 the 1st and 3d Sundays of each month, at 7:!50 o'clock Methodist—Rev A. J. Brock, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10 80 A. M. and 7:80 P. M., Sunday School at close of morning service Prayer Meeting Thurs day evening at 7:80 oclock. Cathomc—Rev.F Watry. Parish Priest. Services on Sundays, at 10:80 o'clock. A. M. Sunday School, 2 P.M. Afternoon services at 8 P. M. 500 School Suits, just received, at l#tf Ciias. Wilson's. «TOLO. The individual who stole the ivory rings off my harness, will save himself and the sheriff much trouble by leaving the same at our stable and if he will take the ad vice of a friend, I would recommend hini to quit the business, or have fewer confi dants. It J5. S. Loans Negotiated At low rates of interest. Apply lo Fiki.dek It. Chew. 2tf Morris, Minn. Farm for Sale Or Kent. The north one half of section 31. town 125. range 4'3, about three miles west of Morris, 268 acres, under cultivation. Ap ply to 8. •3tf Bergman. St. Paul, Minn. WATSON AND I'0\1KD will advance money on improved farms at low rate of interest, long time, and 110 interest paid iu advance. WATSOS .4\» LEOVARl* will advance money to any who wish to prove up 011 their land. Watson St, l^eo^ard will advance money 011 wheat in store Wa'so:) A. Leonard will advance money on .village property and personal security of about all classes. Watson &t Leonard will pay the highest cash price for cattle. Watson A Leonard will at all times have horses on hand, and will seil them on time. Watson & Leonard sell passage licktt* to and fr»in all foreign ports on time. Watson & Leonard also do a general insurance and collection business. J. P. E. MORRIS, I U I S Dealer in PURE DRUGS fiND PATENT MEOIGIHES, Also a full line of Druggist's Sundries, Faints, Oils, &c. All Orders Promptly Filled. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. G-. KOHLER] Successor to J. HOUSE, Manufacturer and Dealer in SINGLE & DOUBLE HARNESS Collars, Saddles, Whips, Brushes, Blankets, Curry Combs, Nets & Trunks. f&"Reparin</ Neatly and Promptly Done. Shop on Sflantic Avenue, orris. rr. EC LEGAL NOTICES. I^UERIFF'S SALE. F. Watky. Editor 'IrtOane: 1 your last issue you send a fling at my candidacy for county commissioner iu the Second district, that I a-m sure you would not have done iralesa upon misrepresenta tion. By virtus op an execution, issued ont of the District court for the Twelfth Judicial District, in and for the county of Stevens, an state of Minne sota. npon a judgment issued and docketed in said court ou the Fifteenth d«y of September. A. D. 18Hl.ii) a certain action wherein O. I.arsrn was plaint.ffs. and Israel Moubleau was de endinit. in favor of sai^l plaintitT and nsainsl said defendant, fur the sum of Eishly-eitrht and 48-10 do!Vans (($88.28). have on the '«!2d day of Septeu.fifr, A. i). 1881. levied'upon alI the ri'frht. title and interest of the said defendant Israri Moub eau. to tlie following described real eslate to wit: The south one baif(4)of the north-west quarter ('.4 1 of Scctiou number twelve (13). in Tuwnshi^ number one hundred and wenty-four 1121). north, of range number forty-four (44), west 5th principal meridian, n ntainiup 80 acres of land, more or less, according to the United States government survey thereof. And will sell the same or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution and costs, at Public Vendue, at the la\\ office of Geo. 12 l)ar linir. in the village of 'orris. iu the county au state afori sai '. on Friday the 18th day of Xo •ember. A. 1 1881, ai 10 o'clock A. |^OTICE OF MUltTGAGJi .8 A LB. Hall. WANTED—5.C00 ladies to try Mrs. Stewart's Liquid Bluing. It has 110 equal For sale by all first class merchants, vlan ufactured by Mrs. N. E. Stewart, Minneap olis 11»"8 ritiUE We have horses 011 hand that we will trade for cattle. Call and see us. 43tf Watson m. of that day Dated Sept 26th. A 1). 1881. CIIAS.'P. MAOINMIS, Sheriff Stevens Couatv, Minnesota. GEO. E. DAULING. Atl'y for Judgment Creditor. S4t7 TATE OF MINNKSOTA. COUNTY OF STiSV- 1 ens: ss In Probate Court. .n the matter of the estate of Jens Wiltzen. de ceased. "On reading nnd filing the petition of Annie C. Wiltzen of lloiinelly, representing, among other things that Jens Wiltzen. late of Donnelly. 011 the 5th day of J11 e. A. L. 1881. at Donnelly, died intestate, and bei' a reside: of this county at the time of his death, leaving goods, chalte!* anil esta'e within this county, and that the said peti tioner is the wicowof said deceased, and praying tbat administration of said estate 1)lto tier grant ed is ordered, that said peti.io_be heard be fore the Judge of this Court on SatuTday. the 12th day of November. A. U. 1881, atll o'clock A. M., at Morris, in said county. Ordered further, that notice thereof be given 'o the heirs of said deceased, nnd to all persons in terested. by publishing a copy of this order for three successive weeks prior to said day of hear ing. in the Morris Tr bnne. a weekly newspaper printed au published at Morris, in said county. Dated at Morris, the 15th day of Oct., A. D. 1881. By the Court. [scal.J HE0EKIAII BRAGG, 2714 Judge of Probate. Biiown & Chew. Att'ys for Petitlonef. ORTGAGE SALE. Default having been made in the payment of the sum of twenty-live (2r) dollars which is cluimed to be due at the date of this cotice as in terest upon a certain mortgage, duly executed and delivered by Evan Holmland and Anne Ilolmlaud, his wife, to 11 T. Bevans and C. L. Brown, bearing date the 10th day of Febrnrary. A. D. 1880, and duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds in and for the county of Stev lis and state of Minnesota, an the 19th day of Feb rnrary, A. 1). 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 stituten to recover the debt secured by said mort gage, or any part thereof: Now therefore, notice is hereby given, that b.. virtue of a power of sale contained in sai mort gage. and pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage wili be foreclosed, and tile premises described in anil covered by said mortgage, viz.: Lot numbered eighteen (18) in block numbered two (2) in the viliageof Morris, county of Stevens, statu of Min nesota, according to the recorded ground plat or plan of said village with the hereditam nt.sand appur'euances. will be sold at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, to pay said debt and interest, and the taxes, if any. 011 said premises, and twenty-five dollars attorney's fee. asstipu lated in and by said mortgage 111 case of fore closure, and the disbursements allowed bylaw: which sale will be made the sheriff or said Stevens comity, at. the front door of the court, bouse, in the vi .lnge of Morris in said county and state, on the 5th day of November. A. 1). 1881, at 10 o'clock a. m.. of that dnv, subject to re demption ut any time within oue year from the day of sate, as provided by law. Dated September 17th A. D. 1881 n. BKVAN8, tad C. L. BROWN, Fi*LD«n B. Chbw, ,y.--uM9i' Attorney for UtortgngecK Whpre:8 default Iiah b.en made la tlio condi tions of a eeit-ia mortgage iloert made and execu ted by Charles llaydfii. annuel Hayden. J)avl \V. Hayiien a .itunlr H. II ay den. wit'iofnaid David \Y\ Hiiydcn, Mortgugors. unto Uiorijc L. Ca twell. morUiisrvo. dated November -Ut A. I J. 18711. ami recorded iu tbu olUce of Uk ri-gigier of deeds a Stevens eoiiutyu* the id day of J)o:ein ber is?'.i. at lo 'e.oek a. in., in binU"U',ou paj eK 194 and 19'). And whereas, by default iu the faynivut of in terest lliereon. there is elaimcd to be du» and i» diieoncaid mort^u^i at the date hereof thesum of wenly-seven hundred, seveniy-llve i» 37-100 dollars IVT-HiO) together wtilt tin- nam of one hundred and e «ht an £"-100 dollars paid by the -uid mortgagee for tuxes moti the jiropertv described In said mortice, aud Mint 1141 proceed ings ut law h'ive been had or instituted tn recover tile s:ime or un purl thereof. Now. the efore notice is hereby given that by virtue of a power of sale in said uu.rtgujre con tained. and pnmailt to the statutes in su eases made uud provided, said morl^nee wi 1 be fore closed and tiie Isii.'l therein descrlbtd situate iu tbu said county of Stevens, described us follows, to-wit: The south lrilf and the northeast quarter, snd the south half of the uorthwtsi qu irlt and the uortheust quarter of the northwest quarter of section number Are (5) towii-h.p 01,1 'hundred and twenty-live (13r. ratiL't forty-th-et i-'.T), Also the southeast quarter of'the northeast quarter of section niiml,er thipty-.bree (33) township o -e hun red and twenty nix (l«t) rft'itre forty-three (43) coytainiuj i i all ab.ve deS'.-rbed six hun dred 1111 i forty acres according to Ihe iroverii.tient survey, exposed to saleat public auc'e.uaud sold to the highest bid.!« for ca»h 011 b'ridav the 35th day of Novembtr. A. 1). 1881. at o'clock p! 111 at •the fruit door of the court house in the town of Morris, iii said county, by the sheiitl'of snid Stev ens county. to satisfy the amount which shall the be due 0 1 said note aud mortgage, tojje'iier with the costs and charges o: such saie and the sutu of one hundred lollars J!U a'toriiev's fees as stipulated for in said mortira^'e to be paid in case of foreclosure. Dated this 14th day of .Time. 1881. UEUltUE L. OAnWELL, H. A.ODKLL. Mortgagee. Attorney r»r Mortgagee. 47t7 MOUTOAliU & Leonard. °in 1 fan! haviiiK beeu made suiii orsix hundred aud SA1.K the payment of the one and Til-101) dollars, which is claimed to be due at the date o this notice upon a e rtain Vort Bl^e. executed aud dtlivere by Mariraretta U. Parsons mortijairor. to ,1.1.. Hammond and C. K. Busli. mortgagers, benrius dale the Tth .y of Novemb-r. A. 1). lHiil. a- duly recortte't iu the office of the liegif-ter of Deeds iu and for the comity of Stevens and Stute of Minnesota, on the 11th day of November. A. I) 18."a. at 11 o'clock A. iu Book '-11" of Mortgages, on pages 77. 78 and 7'J. and no action or proceeding at law or tberwise having, been instituted lo recover the debt secured by saiii mortgage, or any nart there of Now therefore, notice is neretiy given, tliat by virtue of a power of sale contained in said mort gage. and pursuant to the statute i such case made aud provided, the sai mortgage will be foreclosed, and the premises described in a d covered by said mortgage, vi-s: the north-west quarter (NW '-jlof section twelve (12). in tow 1 sliip one hundred and twe. ty-thrce (1-23) north, of range orty three (13). west, in Stevens eon ty, and State of Minnesota, with the hereditaments and appurtenances wi 1 be sold at public auction, to the highest bidder for cnah.to pay sa debt and interest and the. taxes, if anv.on s iid prem ises. and twenty Ave dollars attorney's fees, as stipulated iu uid by said mortgage in case of foreclosure. 01 the disbursement* a t'wed by law which ule will be made by the sheriff of said Steve' county, at Ihe tront doorof thcpost-olHce. in the viliageof 'orris, in said county and ^'ate. on the 1-Jtli day of l.'ecember. A. 1). 1SS1. at 10 o'clock A. M. of that day. subject oredemp'ion at any rine within oue year from the day of sale, as provided bv law. Dated Oct 17 i881. T.L. IIA Mil') XD and C. K. RUSH. 2!'t6 Mortgagees. Wiixiams & Cuktmks. \ttorncys. FINAL PROOF NOTICES. LAND OFFICE AT BENSON. 1 Minn., ort. 20.1881. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler lias died notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before he clerk of district court at Morris. 011 December7.1881. viz.: Thorn as SinnoU, homestead 7325. for the southwest quarter section 31. town 133 north, rangr 43 west. 5th p. lie names tlie following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of. said land, viz: John Breti 11a •. Patrick McDor.ough. Thomas Kelly a-d Heurv urpby. of Morris. 29t5 D. S, IIall.Register. Land office at Bsnson, 1 Minn., Oct. 21), 1881. Notice is hereby given that the fol'owing named settler has tiled notice of his iulentis to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof w'll be made before the e'erk of dis trict court at Jlorris. on .Dece:r.btr !). 1881. viz.: Hubert r. Murphy, homestead 10373, for the southeast quarter section 24. town 124 north, range 44 west 5th p. 111. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon aud 1 uilivation of said land, viz.: ThomasV. Phelps, naniel Phalon. Thomas McNally and John McNaliy, of Morris. 29 I). S. IIall. Register. La^d Officx: at Benson, i .Miun.. Oct. 2!1. 18S1. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler na» tiled notice of his i itention to make final proof iu support of his claim and thai said proof will be made before the clerk of dis trict court at Morris, 011 December 10.1881. viz.: Frederick Hainan, homestead t-729. for the north east quarter section 4. town 124 north, range 44 west uth p. m. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cul tivation of said laud. viz. .'ohn Good. Mich ael Stahler, Francis Martin aud George rosier, of Morris. 2!) 1). S. ill. liegister. Land Offick at Fkiwi's Falls. 1 Minn.. Oct. 211. 1881. Notice is hereby given that the following uamed settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof wiil be 111a :e before the clerk of the district Cijurt of Stevens county. Minnesota, at Morris, Minnesota. 011 December 12. 1881. viz.: file oleson Aasumb lionii stead application No. 2'Ai3, the northwest quarter of the sou'h. ast quar ter and the northeast quarter of the soul Invest quarter, section 2. town 12t north, range 48 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his conti nous residence upon and cultivation of said land. viz.: Gttlbrand Kronen, Ole K.Sep engcii. Lewis Iinksou and Arue Erikson, all of Donnelly, Stevens comity. Minnesota. 29 Soken L-istoe. liegist r. Laxd Ofpice at Kkp.c.us Falls, i Minn., Oct. 2!). 1881. Notice is hereby given that the followin^ named si ttier has tiled notice of his intention io make tinal proof in supportof his claim and tlia S lid proof will be made before the clerk of the districl court of Stevens con ty. Minnesota, at Morris. Minnesota. 011 December 10. 1881, viz. s John Cin. homestead application o. 3234. for the north hall of tne sout!r.ve-! quarter of secti. 10. town 125 urtli. range 43 w st .Minnesota, lie names the following wit esses to prove his continuous residence upo 1 and cultivation of said land, viz Dans Arueson, Carl Lundbcrg. Arne K iks.ni am John Kling. all of Donnelly. Stevens .onnty. Minnesota. 29 Somen Listoe, Register. LAND OFFICE AT ROUS FALLS. I Minn.. Oct. 11. 1881. Notice is hereby given tiiat the foltowin, named settler has filed notice of his intentio" t_ make final proof iu support of iris claim, and that, said proof will be ma-ie before the Clcrk of dis trict Court of Stevens county, at Morris. Minn., on November 28th. lf-81. viz: Ergut Ahrcns rig. hotn-'stead application No. 3245. fin I addi ional homestead application No. 5449. for the north east quarter section 18. township 125 north, range 41 west. Minn, lie niir.ie* the following witness es to prove his continuous resi ence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: IIt-11-y T. Bevans. John D. Good. Joseph Schu'tz and Herman Win ter, all of Morris P.o., Stevens County. Minn. 27 Soken Listoe. Itegisier. LAND OFFICE AT BENSON. Miun.. Oct. 14. 1881. I Notice is hereby given that the fol'ownig named settlers have filed notice of their intention to make final proof in support of their ciaims aud that, said proof will be made before the clerk of the district court at Morris, on \(iv, 28th. lS81.-viz Patrick 'pain, homesrrnd 7529. for the south-west quarter section ti.town-hip 123 north, range 42 west 5th P. vi lie names the following witnesses to prove tiis continuous resi de ce upon aud cultivation of sai I land, viz.: John Maloney. Thomas McDoiiongh, John \V. Wood and Michael Spain, all of Morris. Minn. Patrick Joyce, lionieslead loom. for the smith wesl quari tr secti 11 8. township 1:?S north, range 42 west 5th M. He names the following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cii'tivatiou of said land, viz: John .Malonev. Thomas McDonoiigh. Joliu \V Wood and Michael Spain, all of Morris, Minn. *7 D. 8. Hall, Register. LAND OFFICE AT BUNS i.N. 1 Minn.. Oct 19 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 th'it said proof will be made before the clerk of the district court at Morris. 011 i.'cc. 3. 1881. viz: Joseph Sclimid. homestead '16.1O, for the nor half of 1 lie south-west qr. a id Uns 5 aud ti of sec. 4. town 124 north. ra"ge 44 west 5th P. M. names the following witne«ses to prove his con tinuous residence upon and cultivatio 1 of said lard, vl?.: Jaman H. Ardeu, Anton Loher. John C. Leuthard aud I-'rcderisk Domorns. of Morris. 38 I), s. Hall. Register. LAND OFFICE AT FERGUS FALLS, I Minn..Oct 18, 1881 Notice is hereby give 1 that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make filial proof in supportof his claim, and that said proof will be made befc.re the Clerk of the dist rict Court, of Stevens com ty. at Morris. Minil., on Dec. 6th, 188f. viz: Gi.staf Swanseii. home stead application No. 364'i for tliu north west quarter of section 2H, town 126 north, or range 42 west. Minn, lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous rcsidcncc upon ai cul tivation of said land, viz: Archibald Young Llewellyn Perkins, Frnnk Smith aud Christ Zim merman, of Morris. Stevens county. Minn. 88 80hen* Ltst'ok. Register. LAND OFFICE AT FERGUS FALLS. Mil 11.. Oct. 20. lfSHl. Notice is hcrehy given that the foMowicgnotned settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support, of his cla:ni. and that said proof wi'l be innde before the Clerk of the district Court of Stevens county .'ut Morris. Minn.. 011 Dec. 3d. 1881, viz.: Patrick Connelly, homestead ap plication No. 40F.2, for the iiartliwest quarter of section 84. town 125 north, range 44 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his com tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of. said land, viz: .Jnines 11. Arden. Thomas McNalley, Patrick McNBjley bi George Foster, all of Jlor rii. Stevens county. "Minnesota. »t5 SOREN LIST05. Register. W. LAND OP KICK AT BKNSON, I Mlnu.. Oct. SS. 1H81. N Jtice is hereby given tliut the following named settler lias Hied notice of his intention to muke tinal proof i support of his claim and that said proof wil be m-ule before the clerk of dis trict court at .Morris, on December 7. 1881. vi'..: Thomas t^hurch. junior, lioinesteal Sti3«!. for the lots 1.6. 7. 81111 i of section 20,' town li4 north, rasge43, westoth P. M. He names the fo low ing wif esses to prove his continuous residence upoi and cultivation of said land. viz.: John T. tialvin. .Michael Uaivin, John Barry and David Curtiu, of Morris. 29 D. S. IIall. Register. LAND OFFICE AT BENSON, I. Minn.. Oct.-9. 1881. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler h.is tiled notice of his i ueutiou to make dual proof in support of bis claim, and that sai proof will be made before the clerk of district court, at Morris, on neceniber 8, 1881. viz.: Mariraret Casey, d. s. 6S51. for the "i)rth west »i of northwest ^.section 80. township 124 north, ranse 41 wcst'ith P. 'enamestlie fol lowing witnesses to prove his niti nous reai ence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Michael (iad'ney. John vialioney John Kyan aud Michael Fitzgerald,of .Morris. 29 D. S. Hall. Register. L/Wi) Ofpicb at Benson, I Minn Oct. 29. 1881. Notice is hereby given that the following named setiler has tilt notice of his i rcntion to make final proof i i support ot his claim and that said pro if will be made before the clerk of dis trict court at Morris. 011 niivniber 8. 181. viz.: John Barry, lioiiiesiea 1 (i"H0, for the southeast quarter section 21. town 1~1 north, ran^e 43 west 5th p. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence np»n and culti vation of said land. viz David Cnrtin. Jere miah Conroy. Mi iel Galvin aud Dolphus G. Linsley, of Mor. is, Minnesota. ,29 l. S. Hall. "Register. Land Orncn at Feuoi-s Falls,i Min".. Oct 25. 1881. Notice is hereby given that the following name Pettier has Hied notice of his inientiov to make tinal proot in support of his claim and that sai proof will be made before the clerk of the distri- court of S-cvens county. Minnesota, at Vorris. Minnesota, on nereinlxr fi. 1881 viz.: Frank G. Smith, homestead application Po.S211 aud ad itional ho estead application No. 5172 for tliK west ha'l of the northwest quarter and southeast quarter of the nortliwi s' quart, sec tion 24 town 126 north, range 4:2 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said 'an viz: Lewell.vn D. Perkins. Charles K. Perkins. An drew Wilson and Gnstaf Swanson, all of Morris, Stevens county. Minnesota. 29 Souen Listoe. Register, LAND OFFICE AT BENSON. I Minn.. Oct 17. 1881. Notice is hereby given that ihe following named settler has filed notice of his intention fo make final proof in support of his claim ami that said proof will be made before the c!e k of the dis trict court, lit Morris, on November 21.1881. viz.: George Beaton, homestead 10il."3. for Ihe north West quarlersectio- 34. town 124 northjrange 44 west 5th P. M. He names the following wit nesses to prove his continuous reside1 ce upon and cultivation of said laud, viz.: James Hop kins. Edward J. Hamilton. John McNa'ly and William McNally, of Morris. 27 D. S, Hall, Register LAND OFFICE AT FERGUS FALLS, 1 Miun.. Oct 8, 1881. Notice is hereby given thaf the followingnamed settler has died notice of his intention to make final proof i i support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the Clerk ol district Court of Si evens con tv. at Morris. Minn., on November 3)th. 1881. viz.: Knock avitt. home stead application No. 5943. for the e ii-t half of -outh east quarter.of Section 18. town 1-5 north, of range 12 west. Mirnesota. He names the fol lowing witnesses to prove his continuous resi dence 1 pon aud eulivation of said land, vi/..: Thomas M. Lowater. John W. E':dy. Lysauder II. Pushor and Melvil W. Chapin. all of Morris, t-tevens county. Minn. 27 Soken Listoe. Register. LAND OFFICE AT BENSON". »iinn.. Oct. 15. 1881. Notice is hereby given that the followingnamed settler has tiled notice of his iutenl ion to make finai proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the clerk of the dis trict court at 51 orris, on December 2 1 1881. viz.: trick J.ialovey. homestead application tifiOl and 10566. for the southeast quarter section 6. town 123 north, range 42 west 5th P. M. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous resi dence upon and cultivation of said land. visr.: •Tames Brown. Patrick Joyce. Michael Spai'i and Thomas "vcoonough, a 1 of Morris. 27 D. S. Hall. Register. LAND OFFICE AT BENSON. Minn.. Oct. 15. 1S81. Notice is li-reby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intentiou to make fi a! proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the clcrk of the dis trict court at Morris oil December 1. 1881, viz.: William Oomrie. homcstca G827. for the west half of the sou'henst quarter section 28 town 124 north, 11 »e 42 west 5th M. 11 mures the followirg witnesses to prove his continuous resi dence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Albert Hraman, Engpne A. Braman. lle/.ckiah Bragg and U N, Morrill, of Morris 27 I). S. Hall.Rcei?ter. LAND OFFICE AT BENSON, Minn., ct. 14. 1881. I Notice is hereby given that, the following named settler has Bled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim.nnd 1 hat said proof will be made before the clcrk of i«trlct court at Mor ris, on ov.26.1881. vi::: William W.G old.home stead 10077, for the north-east quarter section 12. town 124 north, range 41 west 51 ii He names the following witnesses to prove his con tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said laud, viz: Lei and H. Wellington. Anton Loeiir, Edwin J. Jones a:id Charles Lcanion. all of Mor ris, Minn. 27 T). R. Hall. Register. LAND OFFICE AT FK'tGl'S FXLLS, Minn.. ct. 6. 1881. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final pro' 111 suppor' of his claim, and hat said proof will be made before the clerk of tlit-dis trict court of Stevens count) Minn., at Morris, on Nov 21st. 1881. viz: Elijah 11 Smith, homestead application No 8825 and additional homestead ap plication No. 6725. for the fractional north-west, quarter section 18 township 12H north, range 48 west. He names the following wi'nesses to prove his continuous resi lence upon and cultiva tion of sail lan I. viz: Charles M. Smith, of Herman. Minn.. John Donnelly. Iguatius Don nelly ail 1 A. Youngberg. of Donnelly. Mi: 11. 86 Soken Listoe."Register. LAND OFFICE AT FERGUS FALLS, I Minn.. Oct. 6 1881. I Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has Bled notice of his intention to make Una! proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the clerk of the district, court ol Stevens county. Miun., at Morris. Minn 011 Nov 21st 1881. vi,.: liar es M. Smith. Iiouiestea-l application No 6724. for the south east quarter section 12. town 126 north, range44 west. Hu names the following witnesses to prove his continuous reside ce upon and cul tivation of said land, viz: Elijah II smith, of Herman. Minu.. A. Youngberg. John Donnelly and iguatius Donnelly, of Donnelly. Minn. 26 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. 7ih. 1881. viz John Maliony. homestead No. 6651 and No. 96'lt. for the south half of north-west quarter and south half of north-east quarter, sect oti 18. tnwn 124 north, range 41 west 5th P. M. He nnni s the 1 follow)eg witnesses to prove his continuous resi dence upon nnd cultivation of snid lnnd, vie- Michael Galvin. Timothy Murphy. John Coleman find John Rygn,*TTof Morris. Minnesota. 55 U.S. llALt,.Ilfgl4«r. SUPERSOR OTHERS —In CONVENIENCE,— SOLD BY LANI) OKKK.'K AT BENSON I Mi n. uci.ao, 1H81. 1 Notice is hereby given that the I ollowiug named ettler has Hied notice of his intention to muke dual proof in support, of liis caim and that said proof will be made before Ihe clcrk of dis trict court at Morris, 011 December 5. 18H1, vi/..: John T. A! urpt.y. D. S. 7810. for the northeast quarter section 2H. town 13 north, range 44 west 5th 1*. M. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and culti vation of said and, viz.: Thomas Kelly, An thony Boyle. Thomas Siunott aud Felix f. Mur phy. of Morris. 29 D. 8. Ham,, Register. DURABILITY. ECONOMY, GENERAL CONSTRUCTION. BUYIHEBEST! GOOD & BBISBINE, 24 Mi'Kitls, ilNNES(/fek. THE BAN K OF'MOMilS, KOltBie, neVKHS OODNTT. MKOr. $50,000 TO IiOAW on Improver] Farms In Sterenn, Pope and Oig Stout couuties. Money Adaanced the day Application it Made, if Securities are Sati*f actvry to ut. County Orders and School Honda Pur chased at the Highest Market Rates. 47 Kenkek & Moore CORN AND GROUND FEED AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Feed Exchanged for Oats and Barley. HIGHEST CASH PRICE TAID FOR GRAIN OF ALL KINDS. D. R. SUTHERLAND & CO TJl O O & E LAND OFFCE \T'BUNS''"tN, I Minn.. Oct. 15. 1881. Notice is hereby given that the following named sett.K lias fi!cd notice of hie intention lo make final proof iu support of his claim an 1 that said proof will be made before the clerk of the is trict court at Morris. 011 December 2d 1881. viz.: Michael Spain, homestead application No. 10.282 for the northwest quarter section 6. town 123 north, range 42 west 5th P. He names the fol lowing witnesses to prove his coii'inu.ms resi dence upon aud cultivation of said land, viz.: Thomas Mc.Donongli. Patrick Maloney. John Ma loney and Patrick Joyce, all of Morris. 27 D. S IIali, Register o CO a aQ #o s 5 w 0) & o -C HI 68 o a iL Ifl et Til fH o A 9 bS) Lake Toqaa Drag Store, HTTET & SMITH, Proprietors. G-raceviile, Minn. Dealers in Drugs and Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Toilet Articles. Per fumery, and a full line pf Druggists' Sundries, Pure Wines and Liquors for medicinal use. Physicians' and family recipes carefully compounded 4ftin3 HTX3Y & SAWYER, BLACKSMITHIN 0 In all its branches, O S E S O E I N A specialty. Machinery of all kinds repaired promptly. Shop opposite Perkins House barn, 52iu3 Morris, Minnesota. Meat Market. HENRY F. PETERS Has always on luuid a Full Supply of Fresh, Salt, Smoked and Dried N LAND OFFICE AT BENSON, Mii'ii.. Oct. 7, 1881. Notice is hereby given that the f•dlowlng nam ed settler has filed notice of his intention t® make filial proof i:i support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the clurk of the district court at Morris, Minn.. 011 Nov. 14th. 1881. viz: Thomas McNally. homeslca I No. 7080. for the south-west quarter section 26. township 124 north, range 44 wes! 5th P. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his conti' uous res idence upon and cultivation of s id lan I, viz: Thomas Coiehan. Frank Murphy, Patrick McNal l/lUi4 Jamea AlcNally, of Morris. Minu. O D. S. Hall,Register. LAND OFFICE AT BENSON.» Minn.. Oct. 1. 1881. I MEAT3, ScG., which are always Fresh and First-Clas*. All Ord-"" Filled Promptly. H. HUTCHTNS, HOUSE, WAGON, CARRIAGE AKl) sics-isr S 1 Soken Lirtok. Register. PAINTER. K: ALSOM 13STIJSTO-. Paint of nil shades mixed to order, in any quantity. Sixtli St., west side ol J* R. track, Morris. Minn 8?tf FUEL DEPOT. Hard and Soft Coal of all Grades.,, Large Stock of Wodl 1! ways I on n&nd/1* OAlLAflAN & LTNDSEY, i v 32tf Store opposite W Morris, Minn. Office at Cotvlng & Mara*. 22ms* Established 1870. &BRISJIHE, DEALERS IN HARDWARE, UB EH, S TO "VIE S3 FURNITURE, Farm Macliinery, Flour and Feed, Hard and Soft Coal, Tinware, Provisions, Staple and Fancy Groceries. O O S A N S O E S Morris, Minnesota. 1ST IE3 "W GOODS FALL TRADE, -A. WOLFF & A W A E FARM MACHINERY! A A S O N E DEALEK IN HARDWARE, Stoves Tinware, Iron Coal, Etc. Tinroofing Eave Spouts, and all kinds of Job "Work Executed on Sho~t Notice AGENT FOR Osborne Combined Wire and Twine SELF-BIN PING HARVESTER, 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, $25.00 each. Prices Reasonable. New Grocery Store. I hare just opened a Choice, Well Selected, and Fresh Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Also a full and complete line of BOOTS I AND I SHOES. would call the attention of tlio public to the above stocn, and ask patronage. Call and see us. R. Webber, Leonardo Allyn, Dealers Buffalo Pitt's Threshers and Engines, B. D. Buford & Oo.*$ Plows and Horse Rakes. Oar goods are worhi MuowacUt aad we guarantee satbfaeUoa in every instance. a in McCormick Harvesters, do Twine Binders, do Wire do do Self-Raking Reaper, do Mowing Machines. share of their IF1. 3±3. DNTE^WEIXJIJ- Sutherland & Co.'s Elevator, Morris Minnesota. M. WEBBER. E. W. I.EOXARD. C. H. ALT.TN.