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Morrliu Minn., March 9, Its#. We are not respontible for, nor do tse by publishing, endorse, the opinions of our correspondents. It is aunouuced thai Hon. J. B. Wake field is ft candidittc for congress. AD effort is to be made to organize a glee club at Willmar. Ourcilizeus should do likewise. Tlie Pcrlntm Journnl states tliat the Suuk Centre Northern will cross the Nor thern Pacific at that point. Gcorgie, a fourteen year old son of J. M. Woods, of Anoka, was killed last Thursday by being kicked by a colt. Tlicy are always king new discover ies in that wonder ul region Dakota. Now they have found a two acre luke of pure asphalt. Two cases of smallpox are reported at lluiul.tn, Dakota Territory. Other places along tlie Hue are also said to be likewise aftkted. A parliamentary return lately issued shows that at present I here are upwards of live hundred "suspects" confined Irish prisons. It is about time that our sporting citizens were making up hooks on the advent of tlie Little Falls & Dakota railroad. We'll bet ou July. It is rumored that the cznr of the Rus sias will abdicate immediately after his coronation if the state of his country does not previously improve. The Transcript says that tie construc tion of a cut off from Little Falls to A1 drich. 011 the main line of the Northern Pacific, thirty six miles west of Brainerd, is being considered by tbe Northern Paci fic. Mason, who fired at Guiteau and missed him, will doubtless be found guilty and punished. Had his attempt to shoot the miserable assassin proved successful his punishment would have been lighter than it will uow be. A beast named Charles Kraft, who re sides on section four, in the town of Good hue, Goodhue county, was arrested last week charged with the crime of rape com mitted upon the person of a thirteen year old step daughter. The Dispatch intimates that Speaker Fletcher is a probable candidate for con gressional honors in the Third district. Well, Fletcher may not be the best mate rial in the district, but lie is the peer of Washburn in every aspect. The announcement that a largely at teuded anti polygamy meeting was held recently at Salt Lake City demonstrates that the war is being carried iuto the ene my's camp. At the meeting ailuded to strong anti polygamy resolutions were unanimously adopted. A leading attorney and several promi nent citizens ef Davenport, Iowa, were ar rested last Saturday «»n a charge of for .gery aid subornation of pcfjury. Wing, lias won several suits by forging affidavits and other crooked operations. Saturday's and Sunday's snow fall has proved a great relief to the lumbermen, and tlie prospects are for a successsul sea *on's work in the pineries of the northwest. This will be the meaiu of at least keeping the price of lumber at reasonable figures the coming season and for this the set tlers in froutier counties will have reason to rejoice. Friendship is all right in its place but no matter how great tlie friendly feeling entertained toward one auoiher, it should not be permitted to weigh against some other coi siderations. If among tliecandi dates for village officials you find a frieud's iiame, don't support him simply because lie is a friend, but first take into considera tion as to whether he is competent, nud if the possessor of qualifications at least equal to that possessed by others. A dastardly attempt was made upon the life of Queen Victoria last Thursday by one Roderick MacLean, one of the uow prominent breed of "cranks." As her majesty was leaving the railroad station, MacLean, who was standing in the crowd, deli berate) raised a pistol aud fired, the shot fortunately missing its mark, owing to the carriage being in motion. The as sassin was seized by some bystanders, and it was with difficulty that the police res cued him from being lynched. No cause other tli a thirst for notoriety is assigned for the attempt upon the queen's life. People of Moorehcad and vicinity are reaping the benefit of a railroad rate war between tlie rival lines of the St. P., M. & M., and N. P. railroads, centering at that point. Rates to or from St. Paul, over either line, are at present 25 cents per hun dred. without regards to classification, and $35 per car laad. There is promise that the rivalry isay produce even lower rates, all or which will be satisfactory to tbe Moorhead people. As soon as the Little Falls & Dakota railroad gets into opera tion Morris may expect to reap a similar heucfit from the competition and rivalry that will ensue. The first congressional district is agita ted over the publication of what is claimed to be a confidential letter from Hon. Mark 11. Dunnel to one of his friends, C. H. Davidson, postmaster at Austin. Tlie let ter discloses Dunnell's intentions to make "a good square fight for the senate," but says, "friends believe I had better run for the house." Duunell denies having writ ten the letter at all and claims it to be a forgery, and while the disclosures are not by any means startling, yet the first dis trict is all convulsed over it, the war be ing at present simply confined to the ques tion of whether Duunell did or did not write it. The letter is undoubtedly genuine. The nomination of Roscoe Conkling as associate justice ot the supreme court, and A. A. Sargent as minister to Germany, were confirmed by the senate on Thurs day. Contrary to general expectation lliere was no pronounced opp'sition to confirming C'onkling'snomination and the only objection being by Bayard, who took tlie position that until it was known that Conkling would accept, the senate should refrain from acting on the nomination, •nd not allow Itself to be used simply to bestow a compliment on a friend of the president, which would be the case in the •vent of Conkling declining. As Conk Ung has declined, the senate will probably liesitate before confirming another In regard to the westerly extension of the Little Falls & Dakota railroad, Presi dent Villard, in a recent letter to a gentle man at Ortouvillc, says: "At this time I can only say to you that the route of the exleusion beyond Morris will be largely determined by the amount of aid and other facilities that may be extended locally to the organization. From this point of view it will no doubt be to the interest of your people to work up and extend to us every advantage possible to induce us to adopt the line to and through your town, and be yond to Big Stone City, Dakota. I suggest that your committee submit as early as practicable a definite proposition for the extension of the line as above. At the time the proposition is received, I am quite certain we will be iu a position to act upou it." From a number of interviews published iu the North Star it would seem probable that a bonus of $20,000 or $35,000 will be offered by Ortouville and Big Stone county. It is no sure sign of a lack of interest, simply because there i-t, to all appearances, so little being said or done in local political affairs no indeed, it would rather appear to be a little still hunt with a surprise party attachment. We all know that politicians of the wire pulling order are, as a class, given to ways that arc dark and tricks that are vain and so it may be fully as wel« to guard against any little spider and fly game by not accepting, the manifest lack of interest as real, but rather as designed for a purpose. It may be that we arc mis taken, that people in general feel little or uo concern iu the matter but as there has never been an election in this immediate vlciuity that went by default, as it were, we may be excused from being suspicious, as several years experience on political bat tlefields hereabouts, naturally has had an influence that teuds to breed distrust in our innocent minds. Could such a revolu tion from iutense activity to indifferent passiveness be reasonably accounted for, it would look somewhat different but as there would seem to be more at stake just now than ever before, it seems to our per haps sensitive nostrils ns if there was an animal in the fence. OUR NEIGHBORS. A debating society has been organized at llancock. Atwatcr is moving in the matter of se curing a fire apparatus. Breckenri-.lge people are having a season of the measles aud other misery. Several shipments of cattle were made from Kerkhoveu during the past week. N. S. Chitteuden, of Hancock, has traded off his farm for Minneapolis pro perty. Campbell is to have a $2,000 school house. A new church will also be erected this season. Michael Hickey. Sr.. of Belle River, was thrown from his wagon at Alexandria ou Saturday last, and sustained a broken leg. The Little Falls & Dakota engineers left Gleuwood last week to take measure mcnts for the bridges across the branches of the Chippewa liver. At Fergus Falls, on last Tuesday, the residence of Mrs. G. Hammer, together with the greater portion of the contents, was destroyed by fire. construction of the L. F. & D.,bas arrived at Sauk Centre from the east, where he has been spending the winter. The Willmar correspondent-of Jhe At water Press alluded to the recent visit of the Morris amateurs in the following ele gant style: "The Morris amateurs held forth here to a refined and delighted audi ence ou Wednesday night. They are daisies. Come again.' No. 1 wheat varies in prices at neigh burins points as follows: Murdock $1.10 Alexandria $1.11 Kerkhoren $1 13 Will mar $1.12 Fergus Falls $1.12 Sauk Cen tre $1.10 Murdock $1.12 Ortouville $1.10 Brown's Valley $1.09. Morris leads them all, paying $1 15. Gleuwood Messenger: The next town east from the w est branch of the Chippe wa river will be located near the west end of lake Whipple, on the lands of James Polir and Anton Hagensnn and known as Starbock. The next town east from Glen wood will be situated on or near the bank of Turtle lake and known as Villard. Reporter: O. S. M. Cone, owner of the steamboat "Mercury," that is to plough the waters of Lake Trrverse this coming season, imfurms us that arrangements in regard to transporting the boat from Min netonka to this place are progressing fav orably and that he will be up here in a few days to make arrangements for building the dock, warehouse, etc., at the head of 'the lake. «JI ACEVILLE. Editor Tribune: It having been predicted by many of our wise citizens that the winter could not pass over without st.me hard weather, their ex pectations were fully realized oh Saturday by a storm of rain and sleet changing to a blinding snow storm, at.d on Sunday to an old fashioned "blizzard which also changed the calculations of many of our farmers who were harrowing their grounds ou the 1st, 2d and 3d inst., and intern',ed sowing wheat this week Rev. Father Fox returned from a trip down the main line... .P. D. O'Phalon, who was on a business trip to St. Cloud, returned Satur day....Mr. Yates, the miller in Strong Bros, mill left for Minneapolis sometime ago aud did not return. The Strong Bros, have uow engaged Mr. Leonard, a brother of Pat. Leonard, of Leonardsville, to do the grinding. They say he is a first-class miller... .Mrs. D. Slattery came into Graceville last week with $1,000 of Michi gan money to invest in village property. She purchased one house and two lots owneJ by M, J. McDonnell, and one house and two lots owned by E. N. Edwards, aud two lots north of the depot, all very good selections... .Mr. E. N. Edwards was already to start for Montana with his brother-in-law, Mr. ilcrrick, ou Saturday morning, but the change in tlie weather compelled them to chan&e their mind. They are taking three good work teams with them. Mr. Leonard has disposed of all his interests in this village... .John Huey is also preparing to emigrate. He is now disposing of his drugs and medi ciues at wholesale in lots to suit purchas ers. ...M. R. Canty has been under the weather lor a few days, bt is now recov ering. Dr. Gouchcr says he will pull through by good treatmeut O'Loughliji A Burke have removed their residence from the rear of their store to fronton Studdard avenue, it is now iutepded for an office building J. P. Lyon, of City Ho tel fame, has departed for Morris, leaving the City Hotel building vacant. Jq thUi case wlisl Gfacevjlle's Joss is Morris* gain... .The recent stir in Ortonville re garding the voting bonuses to the L. F. & D. railroad has caused considerable com ment in our neighborhood, and when the couuty tonus is the topic of conversation it can be plainly understood that this vil lage and surrounding towus will unani mously vote against it The winter term of school is now closed. The spring term commences about the 1st of April.... The people of Traverse county, in the town of Leoiiardsville, have commenced the erection of a new church. Traverse county being in the diocese of Bt Cloud, The inhabitants of the town ot Tara, in the same county, have petitioned for au exation to Graceville and are loud in their protestations against beiug compelled to go to Leonard's church The Total A. society are making some arrangements to celebrate the 17th of March, St. Patrick's day, but the programme is yet uukuow'n to your correspondent. SETTLER. BOARD OF AUDIT. To the Board of County Commissioner* of Stevens County, State of Minnesota The undersigned Board of Audit of said Couuty, haw this day examined the books, accouuts aud vouchers of the treasurer of said County, aud fiud him charged with tlie following items of account, to wit: Slalelax lund $432 42 Jjeed grain turn! 121) (Mi Common school fund 304 07 Couuty revenue luud 707 20 Sinking fund IS) 85 School land fuud 12 30 County poor fund 210 00 Internal improvement land fund 24 bo County road and bridge fund.... 385 81) Redemption land fund 101 t4 Redemption interest fuud Si)7 80 Text book fuud 33 82 Moore town fund 31 34 llodges 15 30 Framness 57 22 Swan Lake 20 17 Rendsville 44 8(5 .Morris 20 42 Darueu 22 04 llorlou 15 71 n li ess 22 08 Scott 13 15 Pepperton 14 52 Donnelly 30 59 Eldorado 7 57 Stevens 14 08 Viilug* of Hancock town fund 4 10 Village of Morris 422 83 Moore delinquent road fuud. ... 23 2o lloilges .... 20 74 Framness .... 3 54 Swan Lake ... 1 88 Rendsville 74 70 Morris .... 51 9 Horlou .... 4 7_ Synness 41 8 95 Pepperton 5 59 Donnelly ... 21 01 Village of Hancock delinquent road fund 24 74 Village of Morris delinquent road fund 158 4_ Hodges road and bridge fund.... 8 05 Framness .... 28 00 Rendsville 11 .Morris .... 33 03 Darnen "... 11 40 Synness ir .... 9 13 Donnelly .... 52 02 Stevens 40 Villageo Hancosk, do 1 14 Village of Morris', do 18 Village of Morris library fund... 105 20 School District No. 1 732 15 2 80 24 3 90 00 4 101 84 5 72 05 57 24 7 209 67 8 1 62 9 45 53 10 S9 14 lli. trm ^8 1 3 44 18 1 4 69 21 15 55 78 16 12 91 17 153 22 1 8 10 52 1 9 75 92 2 0 34 12 2 1 34 50 2 2 33 91 2 3 38 89 24 23 03 2 5 16 08 26 79 34 2 7 18 68 2 8 32 03 2 9 45 1 3 0 37 11 3 1 19 01 3 2 7 54 3 3 7 72 3 4 31 48 35 15 It Taxes ccllected 215 75 Total $7,105 71 All of which we find in the treasury as follows: Cash iu The Bank of Morris.... $6254 16 County orders 271 73 School orders 374 55 Town orders 213 13 Cash .» 52 14 Total $7,165 71 All of which is respectfully submitted. HEN it Y BALDWIN, Clerk of District Court. W. W. GIUSWOLD, Couuty Auditor. Mori is, March 4, 1882. BUSINESS NOTICES. COTTON WOOD SEEDLINGS. $1.35 Per Thousand. Call at my office and leave your orders ou or before April 1st 1882. Conimunica tions by mail will receive prompt attention, All orders must be accompanied by cash in lull for number of trees wanted. All stock guaranteed. JL DOWERS. Morris Feb 21,1882. 45.tf For Sale. On reasonable terms. 320 acres of land In town of Morris. 200 acres under culti vation, with a good house and a good well of water. Call on WATSON & LEONARD. Money to Loan. On farm property, at low rates of inter est. Call ou or address FIKLDER B. CHEW, 2tf Morris, Mian. Nollcc. I will have a herd of cattle at my farm in Morris the coming season. All wishing to have stotk herded can doso agod chance, with plenty of water and well salted. Price $1.50 per head. 43ui4 L. H.PCSHOB. For Bent. One hundred aud sixty acrcs in town of Pepperton 100 acres broke. 40 acres of which was cross plowed last fall. A good house and stable on the place. Call on or address KKSNER & MOORE, 43tf Morris. NOTICE. School Bonds bought at par. Apply to, J. A. JoimsoN. ltf Supt. of Schools -for S^le. I have about three hundred bushels of Russian Tea seed wheat for sale, which will be disposed of in quantities to suit purchasers. Samples may be seen at Good & BriRbine's and at Wolff and Wells'. This variety of grain is perfectly clean, sound and of a desirable quality. Also a quantity of Seed Barley. 44tf* MARK COLEJUS. LEGAL NOTICES. fBlnfc. publication Fab. 16,1883. JJORTGAUE ?ALE. Deraalt bnving been made in the payment pf the sum of eight hundred eitfbtv-three and 70-10Q doliurs which i» claimed to be due at the date ot tUi8'io:lce upon certain iiiartitajjre, duly ex*, cuteil and delivered by William It. Mathews and Clara Mutliows (lii.i wife) to George Hardin®, bearing date tbe U4tl day of January, A. U. 1881 and duly recorded in the ofhru of tlie rcgimerof derdn in and for the county of Stevens aud »tate »f Minnesota, ou the 81tit ctay of Junnary, A. D. 1881, at 5 o'clock P. M., in book *'E" of Mortga. gel, on page 15 and no action or proceeding at law or otherwiHe having been instituted to recov er the debt secured by said mortgage, or any put thereof: Now therefore notice is hereby given. That bjr virtue ol a power of sale contained iu said mort gage, and pursuant to the statute in »nch case made and provided, the said mortgage will b« foreclosed, and the premise* described ii covered by suid mortgage, viz.: The southeaat quarter of section uumber eighteen (18) in township i)umber one hundred and twenty-four (124) north of ra»ge number forty-three (43) wast, containing lfiO acres according to the U. 8. government BUrvey thereof, in Stevens county, and state of iiimesofa, with the hereditament* a id appurtenances, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, to pay said debt and interest, and the taxes, if any, on said prem ises, md tiftv dollar* attorney's fee. a« utipulated ill and by said mortgage iu case of foreclosure, and the disbursnients al'owed hy law which -ale will be made by the sheriff of said Steven* count at the front door of the court house, in the vil lage Morris, in said county an I state, on tha 3tst clay of March, A. 1). 18FM. at 10 o'clock A. M,, of that day. subject to redemption at any time within one year from the day of sale as provided by law. Dated Febraary 9, A. D. 1882. QKOKQE HARDING, Mortgagee. GEO. E. PARIJNG. Atty. for Mortgagee. 44t7 PTATE OK MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF 6TEV u ens.—ss. District Court, 1-th Judicial District. The McCormiek it irvesting Machine 1 James McSorley. Defendant. w. The State of Minnesota to the above named de fendant You are hereby Bninmoned and required to an swerthe complaiut in this action, which is tiled in the othce of the clerk of the district court in Morris. Stevens county and state aforesaid, and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the subscribers, at their office in Morris, Stevens county. Minnesota, within twenty days after the service of this summons upon yon. ex clusive of the day of such service, and if yon fail to answer said complaiut within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will take judgment against you for the sum of one htuidrel dollars and interest thereon since July 29. 1881, at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum until December 1, 1881. and interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum since December I. 1881. to the entry of judgment herein, besides the costs aud disbursements herein. Dated Feb. 13,1882. SPOONER & GRIFFIN, Plaintiff's Attorneys 44t7 Morris, Minn. (JTATEOP MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF STEV u eus.— si. Iu Probate Court. Special term, March 3d, 1ES2. In the matter of the estate of Iver T. Formast, Deceased. Oil reading and filing the petition of In£*r li"ormask. of the town of Scott, representing among other things that Iver *T. Koremask. late of the town of Scott, on the 4th day of April. A. 1). 1881. at the town of Scott, died intestate, and bein» a resident of this county at tbe lime of his death, leaving goods, chattels and estate within this couuty, and that the said petitioner is the widow of said deceased, and praying that ad ministration o sai estate be to her granted: It is ordered that said petition be heard before the judge of this court ou Friday, the 31st day of March A. D. 1883, at S o'clock p. m., at Morris in said county. Ordere I further, that notice thereof be given to the heirs of said deceased and to all persons interested, by publishing a copy of this order for three successive weeks prior to said day of hear ing. in the Morris Tribune, a w«ekly newspaper printed and published at Morris in said county, Dated at Morris the 3d day of March A. D. By the Court [SEAL] HEZEKIAH BHAGG. 47t4 Judge of Probate. CTATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF STBV ens,—sg The state of Minnessta to John J. Welch de fendent: You are' Ihf roby summoned to be and appear before the undersigned, one of the Justices of the Peace in and for said couuty. ou the 31st dayof March. 1882 at 10 o'clock iu the forenoon, at my office in the village o Morris, in said county, to answer to The AleCormick Harvesting Machine Co., in a civil action. Should you fail to appear at thetiine and place aforesaid! judgment will be rendered against you upon the evidence adduced by said Rlc.Cor mick Harvesting Mac.hi.ie Cotnpauy for such sum as it shail show itself entitled to. Giyen uuder nurJuuid^_tiiis 28th day of Feb HENHY BALDWIS, Justice of the Peace. GBO. E. DARLING. Attorney for Plaintiff. 46t4 CONTEST NOTICES. U. S. LAND OFFICE, BENSON, I Minn,. March 6. 1882. ca8u 1,9 Complaint hiving been entered at this officc by John T. McNulty against the heirs or legal rep resentatives of Coe S. Brown, deceased, for abandoning homestead entry A'o 8269. dated March L'J, 187b. upon the northeast quarter of 8ectioi. 22, township 123 north, range 44 west, in Stevens couuty, Minnesota, with a view to the cancellation of said entry: the said parlies are hereby summoned to appear at iluf- office on the 18th day of April. 1882 at 9 o'clock a. m.. to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. D. S. HAI.L Register, 47 U. W. STONE. Receiver. FINAL PU00F NOTICES. LAND OFFICE AT BENSON, I Minn.. Keb. 22. 1882. 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 cjunty, Minnesota, at Morris. Minnesota, on Aprils. 1882. viz.- Kale C. Allen (that was Kate C. Casey) homestead application No. 6731. for the south hal of the southwest quarter »f section 32. township 124 north of range 42 west 5th P. M. Minnesota. He names the following witut-sses to prove his continuous resi dence upon and cultivation of sail land, viz.: Daniel Leonard. Frank Johnston. Thomas Mc Donough aud Patrick Spain, all of Morris P. O., Stevens county.Minnesota. 4T» D. S, HALL, Register. LAND OFFICE AT FERGUS FALLS, Minu.. Feb. 7,1882. Koticeis hereby given that the followingnamed 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 ot district coiirtof Stevens county, at Morris. Minnesota, on March 20, 1882, viz.: William Davidson, homestead application No. S183. for the east half of the northeast quarter of section 8. town 126 north of range 42 west 5th P. M. Minnesota. He names the following witnesses to prove his con tinuous residence upon aud cultivation of said land, viz.: Archibald Young. John Borrill. Joseph L. Walker and Thomas M. Shaw, all of Morris P. O., Stevens county, Minnesota. 44 SOKZN LISTOE. Register. LAND OFFCE AT FERGUS FALLS. I Minn., Feb. 2. 1882. Notice is hereby given that the following nam settler has filed notice of hia intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made be fore the clerk of dis trict court for steve'is couniy. at Morris. Minne sota. mi March 15, 1882. viz.: PederO. Thorafef!. homestead application No. 3327, and additional homestead application No. 6750. for tbe east hal of the southeast quarter and cast, half of the northeast quarter of section 32. town )2fi north of range 41 west 5th P. M. Minnesota He names the .ol owing witnesses to iirore his contintiout residence upon and cultivation of said lund. viz Theo or Linstud. Henry Foss.Syvcr Larson and Hans Olson, all of Morris P.O.. Stevens countyj Minnesota. 43 SOKKN LMTOK. Register LAND OFFICE AT FE KG US FALLS, I Minn.. Feb. 2. 1882. Notice fs hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to in nke final proof iu support of his claim, and that said proof will be ma le before the clerk of district court, or Stevens county, innesota. at Morris on March 13. 1882. viz.: William l)elu hnnt. pre-emption declaratory statement No. 2200. j" or the southwest quaner section 10. town 125 north of range 44 west 5th P. Minnesota, He nanus ibe following witnesses to prove his con tinuoiiB residence upon and cultivation of said laud, viz.: Richard Fitzgerald. James Kos. William O. Shed and John Delahnnt. all of Don nelly P. O., Stevens county, Minnesota. 48 SOBKN LISTOE. Register. LAND OFFICE AT FBUGUS FALLS Minn., Feb. 2. 1882, J" Notire is hereby given that the following named settler lias filed notice of his intention to make final proof in Bupport of his claim and that said proof will he made before the clerk of dia tric.t court for Stevens county at Morris. Minne sota. on March 13. IH82. viz, Benjamin'stah.'ur Homestead application No. 6568. Tor the north east quarter of section 30, town 125 north of range 43 west 5th P. M. Minnesota He names the fol lowing witnesses to prove his continuous reni deuce upon and cultivation of said land, via Charles Timme. Charles A. Pepper, John Ortmati and Peter Beckendorf, all of Morris o Stevens county, Mirnesota. 43 SOHEN LISTO*, Register, LAND OFFICE AT BENSON A, Minn.. Jan. 81, 1882. Notice Is hereby given that tbe following named xettler has filed notice of his intention to make dual proof in support of his claim an.-" that said proof will he made ty fore the clerk of dis trict court for Stevens county at. Morris, Mirne pota. on March 14. 1882. viz.: Margarethee Wegendorf er.-pre-emption declaratory statemumt No. 7613. for the northwest quarter section 6 town 124 north of range 44 west. 5th P. |f] Minnesota. He ames the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and culti vation of said land, viz.: Frank Hesler llenrick Buck. Thomas Lemins and CharU. Minn°e£fi? Steveus l, f»# *M., RepUter. HARDWARE! FARM MACHINERY I A. A. STONE, DEALER IX HARDWARE, Stoves Tinware, Iron Coal, Etc. Tinroofing, Eave Spouts,, and all kinds of Job Work Executed on Short Notico. AGENT VOB Osborne Combined Win and Twine SELF-BINDING 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. LAND OFFICK AT FERGUS FALLS, I Minn.. March 3. 1882. 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 cle k of the dis trict court, for Stevens county, at Morris. Minne sota, on April 11. 1882. viz.: Peder Pederson, homestead application No. 3138. and ad itional homestead application No 6821. forthe ortheast quarter of section 28. town 12R north of range41 west 5th P. M. Minnesota, lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said Ian4. viz.: Syver Larson, Peter O. Thorstad, Johu Larson and Andreas A. Braudvold,all of Morris P.O.. Stevens county, Minnesota. 47 SOREN LISTOE, Register. LAND OFFICE AT FERGUS FALLS, 1 Minn March. 3. 1882. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has fi'.ed notice of liis intention to make final proof iu support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the clerk of the dis trict, court of Stevens county, at Morris, Minn., on April 10.1882. viz.: Francis J. Perry, home stead application No. 6856. for the southeast quarter of sectiou 28. town 125 north of range 44, west 5th P. M. Minnesota. He names the following witnesses to prove his con tinuous residence upon and cultivation o said laud, viz.: Johu Conway, Patrick Con nelly. James Eagen anil Fred Hainan, all of Morris, Stevens county, Minnesota. 47 SOKXN LISTOE. Register. LAND OFFICE AT FERGUS FALLS, Minn.. Feb. 25. 1882. 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 the district court of Stevens couuty. at Morris, Minnesota, on April 13. 1882, viz.: T'eter Mader. homestead application No. 3808. for the northwest quarter section 2, town 125 north of range 44 west 5th P. M. Minnesota. He names the following witnessesto prove his con tin uous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: John Zimmer. and Mathias Harig of Morris, Michael Walsh and William Haboin of Donnelly P. O., Stevens county. Minnesota. 47 SOREN LISTOE. Register. 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:hat said proof will be made before the clerk of the dis trict court of Stevens count}, at Morris. Minne sota on April 12, 1882, viz: Thomas E. Cotlaban. homestead application No lfi89i. for the north west quarter of section 28, town 124 north of range 44 west 5tb P. M. Minn.' He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upou and cultivation of said land, viz.: Patrick McNally John MeNally. Daniel Casey and John Quinn. all of Morris, P. O., Stevens county, Minnesota. 47 D. S. Halu Register Notice is hereby given that tbe followingnamefl settler has filed notice of his intention to make (JnAl.ur. '.yf ili SB£.PSRI^p,f.his..clai,ui: and.that said ceiver at Benson, on April 12. 1882, viz.: Michael Haley, homestead application. No. 10790 for the south half of the southeast quarter and southeast quarter o southwest quarter of section 12, town 124 north of range 45 west 5th p. m. Minn. He names the following witnesses to prove his con tinnous residence upon, and cultivation of. said land, viz.: otto Camp. Peter Fayie, Patrick Gannon and John Conway, all of Morris P. O.. Stevens county. Minnesota. 46 J). S. HALL. Register. LAND OFFICE AT BENSON. I Minn.. b. 14. 1S82. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his iiitentio-i to make final proof in support of his claim and that sai proof will be made before the clerk of the district court for Stevens couniy. Minnesota, at Morris, Minnesota, on March 28th. 1882. viz.: Peter G. Gorden. ho nestead application No. 7357 for the south half of southwest quarter of section 22. town 124 north of range 43 west. 5th P. M. Minn. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuou* residence upon and culti vation of said lan i. viz: ole Hanson. Guil bert Paulson. Ole A. Eystad nud Hans Olson, all of Morris P. O. Stevens county. Minnesota. 45 D. S. HALL, Register. Notice 18 hereby given that the followingnained settler has tiled notice of his intention to make finai proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the clerk of the dis trict court' Stevens county, at Morris. Minne sota, on March 16. 1882. viz.: Martin Gang! an, homestead application No. 8590 and addition al homestead application No. 9742. for the north west quarter section 4. town 123 north of range 42 west 5th P. M. Minnesota. He names the fol lowing witnesses to prove his continuous resi dence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Thomas Colehau. Anthouy Gaugban, James Brown and Thomas E. Colehan, all of Morris, P. O. Stevens county, Minnesota. 43 D. S. HALI., Register. LAND OFFICE AT BENSON. Minn.. Feb. 7, 1882. 1 Notice la 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 court for Stevens county, at Morris. Minnesota, on March 11. 1882. viz.: Patrick Casey, home stead application No. 6722, for the w«s«t half of the northwest quarter of section 30. town 134 north of range 42 west 5th P. M. Minnesota. He names the following witnesses to prove his con tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz Edward McCarthy. Wil iam K. Walk er. David Linsley a-id Ilezekiah Bragg, all of Morris P.O., Stevens county, Minnesota. 43 D. S. HALL, Register. CORN AND GROUND FEED AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Feed Exchanged for Oats and Barley. HIGHEST CASH TRICE TA1D FOR GRAIN OF ALL KINDS. D. R. SUTHERLAND & CO. NEW HARNESS SHOP. §AMES DEMPSEY,. Proprietor. Manufacturer and Denier in Single and Double Harnesses, Heavy or Light Make. A Large Btock of Saddles, Blanket^, Netts. Whips, And all Grades of Harness Trim minpg. Orders Promptly Filled, aijd Work Guaranteed. Shop opposite |fwcr Eipyatpf. THE BANK OF MORRIS, MORRIS, arrants COUKTT, mmr. on Improved Farms in Stevens, Pope and Big Stout couuties. Money Adaanced the day Application it Made, if Securities are Satisfactory to us. County Orders and School Bonds Pur chased at the Highest Market Rates. 47 o O LAND OFFICE AT BENSON, Minn., March 3. 1882. (0 LAND OFFICE AT BRNSON, Minn., Feb. 23. 1882 i' KEHKEK fc MOORE. CO 4) 03 CO U a s a c3 Q-! E a #o 00 0) $ 1 Til •"d a Tfl z CO PQ S3 H. HUTCHTNS, HOUSE, WAGON, GARRIA6E AND SIG-ZN" ZP^HNTTIEIR,- O •—i N O LAND OFFICE AT BENSON. Niinn.. Jan 31. 1882. o so 52 KALSOIMI 3STI aSTG-. Paint of all shades mixed to order, in any quantity. Sixth St., west side of R. track, Morris, Minn 2:tf G. H. MUNR0& CO., DEALERS 11ST Books, Stationery, Etc. All Orders Promptly Fillet., Prescriptions a Specialty. G-. KOHLER, Successor to J. HOUSE, Manufacturer and Dealer in SINGLE & DOUBLE HARNESS, Collars, Saddles, Whips, Brushes, Blankets, Curry Combs, Nets & Trnnks. CP"Hepart'ng Neatly and Promptly Done, Shop on Atlantic Avenue. Morrii, Minn. 50 ART GALLERY. We have now a spacious and well arranged Gallery, and having secured New Scenery and Furniture We are prepared to do All Work in cur line Neatly and Promptly. Your patronage is solicited. .Al hav ing work done this month will be pre sented wjiji an extra cabjnet. (3ESME & FOSS, viwwif W Established I87Q. GOOD & BRISOINE, DEALERS 1H HARDWARE, LUMBER S O V E S I E Farm Machinery, Flour and Feed, Hard and Soft Coal, Tinware, Provisions, Staple and Fancy Groceries. O O S A N S O E S Morris, Minnesota. ,.... .. ...... *. W. LEONARD. WOLFF & WELLS. Dealers in GENERAL ^EPiOHAIilOlSE And -'S4r' AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED OSBORNE New Grocery Store. I hare just opened a Choice, Well Selected, and Fresh Stoek of Staple i and Fancy Groceries. Also a full and complete line of I would call the attention of the public to the above stocK, and ask a share of their patronage. Call aud see us. nr. us. 83lf htore opposite D. R.Sutherland & Co.'3 Elevator, Morris Minnesota. LEONARD & ALLYN, Dealers in IticCormick Harvesters, do Twine Binders, do Wire do do Self-Raking Reaper, do Mowing Machines. Buffalo Pitt's Threshers and Engines, B. D. Buford & Ca.'s Plows and Horse Rates, Our goods are YQFH renowned, and we guaraptce satisfaction Iu every instance. kf AND SHOES. r.- v. J" C. H. JlLLTK.