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That before the shooting season commences A. A. Stone will have oil hand the best selected assortment of breech and muz zle loading shot guns, and breech loading muskets, ever brought into Stevens County. All of which Will be sold at prices that Defy Competition. Alse a full line of gun implements and amunition, including loaders, cartridge rimmers, cleaning rods, recappers and extractors. Brass and Faper Shells, Prim ers, Gem Wads. All sizes of shot and caps. ABOVE ALL be particular to remember that I keep con stantly in stock the best brand of powder manufactured. J. R. Freeman & Go Dealers in O I S Books, Stationery, etc., MORRIS, MINN, .A. HL.OjfLID OIF JFor sale at WATSON & LEONARD'S livery ind sale stsUt:. LOCAL ITEMS. Extra copies of the Tribune are on sale at the City Drug Store. We Clip the following from the 4ioone Staudaril conccrning Mr. W. B. Fagun, who was drowned' ut that place a little over u week ngo: Mr. Fagen was the pro prietor ut the time of his death of ft largo shoe shop, employing a number of hands. He bad ability for affairs and was success ful for oue of his years, being about 45. He was a member of tbe Baptist church of Boont and by his whole life did honor to his professions and leaves behind him as a legacy more valuable than gold the rec ord of a good name. AVe learn that his business allairs are in good sliapo, showing the Utiud of u careful business man, aud that in addition to his earnings, his life was insured in tbe Western Mutual Aid Society, of Des Moines, to the amount of •'2,000. Mr. G. F. Cogel. a business man of Morris, and cousin of Mrs. W. B. Fageu, accnmpanied her in the sad journey to Boone last Monday, and has re inaiucd during the week attending to af fairs connected with the estate The Crops. The condition of the crops now seems to be the absorbing topic. From personal observation and from interviews with farmers from various parts of the county, we judge that prospects arc good for more than an average crop. Oats are univer sally good. Barley is now being harvested and is simply up to the average. Corn is very backward and many fields of ii will be worthless eveu with the most favorable weather. Potatoes aud the various kinds of garden vegetables promise well. heat on the whole looks well. Reports from the northern and eastern parts of the county indicate more than an average crop while some of the reports from the southern portions of tlvc county arc dis couraging. The Hessian fly„rust and the excessively wet weather have been impor tant factors in some instances. For some poor fields of grain the farmers alone are to blaine. The poor grain is simply the natural result of late or poor plowing, poor seed, or inferior cultivation in the spring. On tbe other hand the results of early aud careful plowing, good seed, and thorough working of the ground are plainly visible, and beautiful fields of heavy grain stand to reward the energetic and thrifty farmer. As we have said before crops, as a whole, promise well. With a continua tion of favorable weather, Stevens county will soon be able to rejoice over a bounti ful harvest. A. Correction. Bishop Louglilin of the Roman Catholic diocese of Long Island, has suspeuded Rev. W. J. Dougherty, pastor of the church of the Guardian Augel on Coney Island, for accepting the receipts of a horse race for the church.—Morris Tribuue. The following card from Rev. W. J. Dougherty to the Sun has been handed us as a correction of the foregoing which appeared in last week's TRIBUNE: TO the Editor of the Sun—Sir: In the Sun of July 19tli it was stated that I ac cepted moneys accruing from oue day's racing at Brighton Beach also that 1 was suspended by my Bishop for so doing. Now, the facts arc that I never received any such moneys neither have I ever been suspended by my Bishop for any cause whatsoever. As to my removal from Parkville, where I simply acted in the capacity of assistant priest, and never as Pastor or Acting Pastor, it was nothing more than an ordinary change from one parish to another, and, as was my duty, I cheerfully complied with the wishes of my Bishop, and hare since been exercis ing the ordinary fuuetious of my ministry in the Church of Our Lady of Victory. It WILLIAM J. DOIIERTY, Church of Our Lady of Victory, BBOOKLYN, N. Y., July 22,1882. GRA.XJD CIXCVS ROYAL. Rig Crowds— Tmmense Tents Evidently a Good Show. This establishment, which pitched its big tent on the lot adjoining the Vaudalia freight depot, yestereay, opened its canvas doors to a treinendoous business. At night the canvas was not large enough to hold the great crowd that thronged adout it for admission. Inside the space between the seats aud the ring was literaily packed, and even standing room was at a premium. The performance evidently gave great satisfaction. There will 6c two perform ances to day, afternoon and evening, and those desiring seats should go early. The price of admission is as usual.—Indiana polis Times. THE Bit} ciltTFl S&ROrAL. Night Made Bright as Day—Monster Elephants—All Bareback Riders— Cannas-Canopied Tented Fields— Twenty Monster Tents Filled with Rare, Costly, and Curious Wild Beasts —Mechanical Conservatory of Art— Automatic Beauties, Etc. By reference to our advertising columns it will be seen that we are to have Europe's world's Famous Grand Circus Koyal Eng lish Menagerie, Astley's Museum, Aviary, Aquarium, &c., and now consolidated as above, forming one of the very largest and most complete tented show iu the world, and will exhibit in all its colosal extensive ness. The Baltimore Sun says that the Grand Circus Royal, etc., lias proven a bonanza to its owners, is sullicicnt evidence that it travels on its merits, nnd commands the patronage of the public. It will therefore be seen at once that the "Grand Circus Royal, English Menagerie, Astley Muse um, &c.," is no fly-by nigiit affair, but an enterprise that requires money !nd brains to inaugurate, and the approbation of the people at large to be maintained. The accommodations for visitors are excellent. Everything is neatly arranged, with neatly cushioned reserved scats, and its general surroundings suggest to Die p&tiou the solidity of the huge enterprise. The following account of damage done by last weekts storm we take from the Pope County Press: Reports of damage by the storm, as far as we have heard are as follows: A kind of whirlwind took up three bug gies and an out house adjoining tha residence of Ole Rigg, Jr, in this vil lage, and piled them in a promiscuous heap, making a total wreck of the out house, and damaging the buggies con siderably. In White Bear Lake town ship the fields of H. B. Poler. M. N, Elie, and Anton Higginson, comprising 104, 42, and 70 acres respectively, of small grain, were almost enterely destroyed, also a field near by belong ing to Petor Wollan. The grain on several other's farms iu the same town was also considerably destroyed. The windows on the west side of several houses in that township were also brok en. Reports from Barness indicate that about one-sixth of the wheat fields in that section wero destroyd by the hail. There were three hail storms there: the first one from the northwest, the second straight down,, and the third from the south. Tee hailstones were abut the size of hazel nuts, and came thick and fait. Hay was scattered ahnnt •nrnmigpumiglxr I I I I I w MORRIS TRIBUNE, AUGUST 3, Herman is coming to the front and her itizeus arc establishing a reputa tion for enterprise which is truly onvi able. Of the now school house being built there the Herald says: "The building is being erected by Contractor East, of Van Dalia, Michigan, and is 32\60 and two full stories high. It is divided into four rooms aud will ac commodate 250 pupils under four teachers. This will be at once an orna ment and an honor to the village. It will be organized into an independent district aud a lirst-class professor will be employed as principal with as' many subordinate teachers as tho necessities of the easo may require. There is every promise that the school will be lirst-class in every particular." Upon the church it comments as follows: ''As a piece of architecture there is not a church edifice this side of Minneapolis that will compare with the M. E. Church now in course of construction in Herman under tho supervision of Contractor East. is to post when completed and furnished about $4,500 and will fur nish an auditorium 40x50 feet with class rooms on two sides, and the front 10x30 feet each, all shut off by folding doors. The tower will be about 70 feet high and the raised ceiling will be 22 feet in the ceuter from the iloor. Every side of the building will look like a front, and with its six or eight gables it will present an appearance of pic turesque and imposing beauty. This is another evidence of the grit and pluck of the people of Herman and our wide awake minister, Rev. W. J. Hunter." Better evidences of the energy of the people of Herman and of success for that place in the future could not be given t.hnn the two building now being builfe Wiltmar wants a first class hotel and says she is bound to have it. A subscrip tion paper to provide a bonus for oue was circulated last week by President Qvist and a liberal sum was subscribed. A circus came to an Iliinois town and announced its opening for Monday. On Sunday the Sunday School Superintendent gave his school an exhortation about it, and warned the children of the wickedness of going to such a depraved show. Then he told them that if there were any children present so lost to all sense of what was best for them as to go to this soul destroying exhibition, he would thank them to rise, so that the rest of .the school might see what they looked like. Iustautly all arose except one lame girl. It was agreed that the circus had been well advertised.— Atwater Press. BUSINESS NOTICES. For Rent. One hundred and sixty acres in town of Pepperton 100 acres broke. 40 acres of which was cross plowed last fall. A good house aud stable on the place. Call on or address KENNEU & MOOKE, 43tf orris. The finest line of cigars west of Minneap olis at lOtf GEO. II.MKKRQ&Co.'s. For Sale. I have for sale a number of young pigs. Parties wantiug such call on LOT3 MAIIK COLEMAN. COUNTY ORDERS. The undersigned will pay cash orders. for l-'tf county E. DOWEKS. Agt. Lard Oil Sperm Oil $i per Gal. 75c. GEO. II. MUNRO & CO. NOTICE. A fine lot of White Willow, Soft Maple, and other kinds of trees from 7 to 15 feet high for sale cheap. By 2 WM. DKAGOO. For Sale Cheap. Lots 12 and 13, in block 4, or bank block. Two of the best vacant business lots in Morris. Enquire of S. SELLECK, 23 Stillwater. Minn. A Good Chance to niake money by iuvesting in some of the desirable rcsidcnce lots in Dragoo's additiou. 42tf Will be at my office, opppsite the Cen tral House, every Saturday, for the trans action of school business. JANES A. JOHNSON, 7tf Co. Supt. of Schools. NOTICE. School Bonds bought at par. Apply to, J. A. JOIIIISON. ltf Supt. of Schools A cat load of feed at 8 F. E. NBWELL'S. For Sale. A heavy work team of horses and a set of new double harness, with or without wagon also one brown mare. All will be sold cheap. 8tf D. C. SMITH. Choice Lois In Dragoo's addition, for sale cheap, on advantageous terms. Get your pick be fore thty are all gone. 42lf For Sale. On ensy terms, with good security, One Marsli Twine Binder, nearly new, in good running order. Also a lumber wagon and spring seat. For particulars apply to F. S, LEAVITT, First house west of Cougrcgntional Church, Morris. The Front Cut Osborne llower is com posed entirely of iron, is strong, durable aud effective in any kind of work, and is an easily handled, light draft machine. For Sale by 3tf WOT.FF & WELLS. For Rent. A flue store building 22x30, two storjes high, on Atlantic avenue. Enquire of 4tf T. J. MOOUE. Wood and Coal! Hard-and soft coal always on/ One c:ir load of blacksmiths' conl (Cum bcrland) just received. Orders filled promptly. Sixty cords of mixed wood sawed iu stove length at my wood and coal yard, opposite the depot. E. DOWEKS. Morris,Juue 6,1882. 8- POP Sale.'- .- ^. On reasonable terms. 3:20 acres of liind in town of Morris. 200 acres under culti vation, with a good house and a good well of water. Call on WATSON & LKONAHP. LOOK AT THIS! A fine chance to purchase valuable lots in Dragoo's addition to Morris. 8izo of lots 1 ."50x50 feet, with 20 foot alley, making the lots teu feet longer than the railroad company lots. Will sell part on time if desired. Come and see me all who want to make money on lots or who wr.ut good lot in the most valuable part of the village. Call and allow me to 6liow you over tho site and lam sure lean suit you. 2 WM. DRAGOO. Imported Port and Slwrry Winm and Claret constantly on hand at lOtf GKQ H. MUNKO & Co/a. The Osborne self-binder beats all of its For Sole. A flue Carriage Horse. Enquire of 15tf A. A. SWOT. GROUND FEED. Wc have just received a car load of ground feed of superior quality Call feed of early aud have orders tilled. 48 GOOD & BiufliatlU NOTICE. The celebrated Norman Stallion "Tom" will be in Morris dui ing tlio coming sea son. F6r terms, eto., apply to 51 J)it. T. E. HEBRA*. One single aud oue double seated huggy for sale by llf Goon & BIUSBINB. TUADE. We have horses on hand that we will trade for cattUj. Call and see us. 48tf W ATSON & LKOWABO As a light draft, strong, durable and perfect working machine the Osborne hinder takes the lead. For sale by 8TF WOIJKF TFC WTIL.I.S. WATSON AND LEONARD will advance money on improved farms at low rate of interest, long time, and no interest paid in advance. WATSON AND LEONARD will advance money to auy who wish to prove up on their land. Walsoii &, Leonard Will advance money on wheat in store. Wa'son &. Leonard will advance money on village property and personal security of about all classes. Watson &. Leonard will pay the highest cash price for cattle. "Watson & Leonard will at-nll times have horses on baud, and will sell tliem on time. Watson & Leonard sell passage tickets to and from all foreign ports on time. Watson & Leonard lso do a general insurance and collection business. LEGAL NOTICES. N OTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY ADVEIi tisement. Default has lieen made in the conditions of Noticc is hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sale contained in said mortgage, and of the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale o the mortgaged premises therein described, which sale will be made at the front door of the court house, in the town of Morris, in the county of Stevens, and state of Minnesota, at public auc tion by the sheriff o said county, on Saturday the 12th day of August. A.I), eighteen hundred and eighty-two. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to satisfy the amount which shall then be due on said mortgage, with the interest thereon, and costs and expenses of sale. a: twenty-live dol lars attorney's fees as stipulated in said mort gage in case of foreclosure. The premises described in said mortgage, and so to be sold, are the lot. piece or parcel of land situ it ed in the county of Stevens uid state of Minnesota, and known and described as follows, to-wit: The northeast quarter (NEKi) of section two (2). in township one hundred aud twenty four (124) north of range forty-four (44) west, containing one hundred aud sixty (100) acres more or less according to the government sur vey thereof. WILLIAM STAPLES, Mortgagee. E. J. HODGSON. Attorney for Mortgagee. Dated June 26.1883. 1U7 JJOltTGAUE SALE. Whereas John Ilennesyy. as mortgagor, did on the 2:th day of March, A. 1). 1879, ""duly execute and deliver to J. L. llumnioiul and C. E. Bush, of Addison county, Vermont, as mortgagees, his mortgage bearing date of March 25th, A. D. 18V!I, whereby he mortgaged to said mortgagees the fol lowing described lands, situate in the county of Stevens, state of Minnesota, to-wit: The east half of the southeast quarter (E'jSE'.i) of section live (5), in township one hundruduud twenty-three 023), north ol' range fonv-two (42) west, to secure the payment of tlie sum of one hundred aud sev enty-live dollars with interest, according to the conditions of one certain promisorv note with three interest coupons attached, bearing even date with said mortgage, and made by said mortgagor to said mortgagees, which said mortgage was on the 27111 day of March, A. D. 1879, duiy recorded in the office of the register of deeds in and for said Stevens comity, in book l'A" of mortgages on pages 580,081 and 582 and whereas default has been made in the payment of the sum of two hun dred and twenty-two and 95-100 dollars, which is claimed to he due upon said mortgage at the date of this notice, and uo proceedings have been in stituted at law or otherwise to recover the same or any part thereof: and whereas John L. Hammond, countv of Addisou aud state of Vermont, were on the ll'th day of February, A. I). 1882, appointed ad ministrators of the estate of said John L. Hammond deceased, by the probate court for the district of Addison, state of Vermont and whereas an au thenticated copy of the appointment of said ad ministrators was, on the lath day of July, A. D. 1882. tiled for record in the office of the register of deeds in and for the county of Stevens, state of Minnesota. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtne of the power of sale in sain mortgage con tained and therewith recorded, and pursiiaut to the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the lands therein described, which sale will be made bv the sheriff of said Stevens county, at the front door of the post office, in the village of Morris, in said countv, on the lath day of September, A. D. 188a. at 10 o'clock in the foreuoon of that day, at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, to pay the sum due on said mortgage, together with the taxes, if any, on said premises, and twenty five dollars attorney's fees tnerein stipulated to be paid in case of foreclosure, and the disbursements allowed by law, subject to redemption at. a.iy time within one year from the day of tale, as provided by law.- Dated July 18, A. D. 188-2. THOMAS A. HAMMOND, CHARLES E. BUSH, THAD M. CHAPMAN, Administrators of tbe Estate Of John L. Hammond, De ceased. cHAitLEs-E. Brsn, Surviving Mortgagee. WELUAMS & CHAPMAN, 15t7 Attorneys for Mortgagees, Feigns Falls, Minn. N OTICE OF .MORTGAGE SALE BT ADVER tisement. Default has been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage executed aud delivered by Joseph Coenen, mortgagor, to F. T. Day, mort gagee. dated the twenty-fourth day of June A. D. eighteen hundred and eighty-one, and recorded as a mortgage in the oftice of the register o deeds of the county of Stevens, in the state of Minneso ta. on tlie 2/tb day of June A. D. 1881, at 8 o'clock p. 111.. in book "F"' of mortgages, on page 1B8, 011 which there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice, the amount of twelve and 55 100 dollars, and there is yet to become due the sum of forty-eight dollars, ami no action or pro ceeding has been instituted at law or in equity to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof. Notice is hereby given, that by virtne of a power of sale contained in said mortgage, and of tbe statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by n sale ol' the mortgaged premises therein described, which sale will be made at the front door of the court bouse, in the town of Morris, iu the county of Stevens, aud state of Minnesota, at public anction by the sheriff of said connty, on Satnr day the lath day of August A. 1). eighteen hun dred aud eighty-two. at 10 o'clock in the fore noon, to satisfy the amount which shall then be due on said mortgage, with the interest thereon, and costs and expenses of sale, and twenty-live dollars attorney's fees, as stipulated in said mortgage in case of foreclosure. The premises described in said mortgage, and so to be sold, are the lot, piece or parcel of land situated in the connty of Stevens and state of Minnesota, and known and described as follows, to-wit: The northwest quarter (NW!i) of sec tion two (2), in township one hundred and twen ty four (124) north of range forty-fonr (44) west, containing one hundred and sixty (160) acres more or less according to the government sur vey thereof. V. T. DAY, B. J. II0DGS0N. Mortgagee. Attorney for Mo: Dated Jnne 26 orgMM 138R. OTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF STEV 0 ens. District Court., Twelfth Judicial District. IssacB. Willis aiulMarshal L.) Dunham. Copartners as Willis & Dunham, I'laintilTs, J-8UMMON8. Versus I Emily E. Pettie. Defendant Tho State of Minnesota to the above named defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, which has been tiled with tho clerk of said court, and to serve .1 copy of your answer to tho said complaint on the subscriber at his office iu the village of Morris, Minnesota, within twenty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, aud if you fail to- an swer the eaid complaint within the time afore said. the plaintiff 111 this action will take judg ment againBt, you for the sum of three hundred sixteen and 02-100 dollars aud interest, at the rate of seven percent, per annum from the 1st day of February. A.I). 18R2, and the costs and dis bursements of this action. Dated July 10, A. D. 1882. 1417 GEO. B. DARLING* JJOKTGAGE KALE. Wliereus, Francis M. Heeler and M.irtha L. Iles ler, his wife, as mortgagor*, did on the 2t»th day March, A. t. 1879, dnlv execute and deliver to.I. L. Hammond and C. E." Hindi, of Addison comity, Vermont, as mortgagees, their mortgage hearing date of March 15. A. I). 1879, whereby they mort gaged to said mortgagees the following descridud lauds, situate in tho comity of Mteu'iis, state of Minnesota, to-wit 'l'he southwest quarter (sw&) of section six (ii), in township one hundred and twenty-four (121) north of range forty-three (431 west, to secure the payment, of the sum of three hundred dollars willi interest, according to the conditions of one certain proimsory note with live interest coupons attached, bearing even dale, with said mortgage nnd made by said mortgagor to said mortgagees, which said mortgage was on the 20th day of March, A. I). 1879, duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds in and for said Stevens county, iu book "A" of mortgage:), on pages 558 and 559 and whereas default IIUH been made in the payment of tho sum of thirty-eight and 40-100 dollars, due as interest upon said mort gage on the 18th di'y of July, A* 1). 18H2, and the said interest is still unpaid and due: and whereas it was stipulated and agreed by and between the parties to said mortgage that if default should be made in any of the conditions or covenants there in contained, on the part of said mortgagor to be keptand performed, that then and from thenceforth it shall he lawful for said mortgagees, their heirs or assigns, to consider the whole sum tin reby se cured a immediately due and payable slid where as tbe legal representatives of John L. Hammond, deceased, one of aid mortgagees, and t'harles E. Bush the surviving mortgagee, have exercised their option to consider ami declare, and do hereby declare the whole B.nn of money secured by said mortgage to be due and payable: and whereas there is now due aud claimed to In due upon said mortgage ut the date of tliU notice the sum of three hundred and tifty-eight and 21) 100 dollars, and no proceedings have lieen instituted ut-law or otherwise t- recover the same or any part thereof and whereas John L. Hammond, one of the above mentioned mortgagees, died intestate on the third day of February, A. 1). 1HK2. at Middlebury, iu the county of Addison, state of Vermont: ami where as, Thomas A. Hammond. Charles K. Hush, aud Thad M. Chapman, of said county of Addison and state of Vermont, were on thellth day of Febru ary, A. 1). 1N82. appointed administrators of the estate of said John I.. Hammond, del eased, by the probate court for the district of Addison, state of Vermont and whereas an-authenticated copy qf the appointment of said admini.-trators wus, on the lath dav of Jttlv. A. 1. 18*2, ll'ed fur record in the office of the register of deeds in and for tho countv of Stevens, state of Minnesota. Now. therefore, notice it hereby given, tli.lt by virtue'of the power of Hale in said mortgage con tained and therewith recorded, and pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the lands therein described, which sale will be made by the shcritl'of said Stevens county, at the front door of the post office in the village of Morris, in said county, on the 12th day of September, A. D. 1882, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at public unction, to the highest bidder for cash, to pay the sum due tin said mortgage together with the taxes, if any, on said premises, and twenty five dollars attorney's fees therein stipulated to be paid iu case of foieclosurc, and the disbursements ullowed by law, subject to redemption at any time within one year Xroju the. day of tale, as provide^ by law. *. If DatSd July 18, A. D. 1832. THOMAS A. HAMMOND. a certain mortgage executed aud delivered by JTafc? tin Coenenaud~Mary Coenen, his wife, mortga? gors. to William Staples. Mortgagee, dated the intii day of Jane A. D. eighteen hundred and:' eighty-one, and recorded as a mortgage in the office of the register of deeds of the county of Stevens, in thestate of Minnesota, on the 11th day of June, A. 1). 1881, at 3 o'clock p. in., in book 'F" of mortgages, on page 130, on which there is claimed to be due at the date of this no tice, the amount of twelve and 55-100 dollars ($13.55). and there is yet to become due the sum of forty eight dollars, and no action or proceed ing has been instituted at law or in equity to re cover the debt secured by said mortgage or auy part thereof. CIlAULliS E. BUSH, TH AI) M. CHAl'MAN, Administrators of the Estate of John L. Hammond, De ceased. CllAKLES E. BUSII, Surviving Mortgagee. WrU.IAHS & CLIAI'MAN', 1.")t7 Attorneys for Mortgages, Fergus Fall.', Minn. ORTGAGE SALE. Whereas James McGowan and Mary S. McGow an, bin wife, as mortgagors, did on the ^Ith day of May A. D-18"9, duly execute and deliver to J. L. Hammond and C. K. Bush, of Addison comity, Vermont, as mortgagees, their mori^a^e hearing date of May ^1, A. I). 1879, wherein they mort gaged to s:i:d mortgagee-.! the following described lands, situate in the county of Stevens, state of Minnesota, to-wit: The ea.-t half tE' j) of section one (1). in township tine hundred and tweutv-tive (las* north of range l'orty-three v-l:i) west, to secure the payment. of the sum of thirteen- hundred dollars with in terest, according to the conditions of one certain promisorv note with Ave interest coupons attached bearing e'ven date with said mortgage aud made by said mortgagor to said mortgagees, which said mortgage was oil the 5ind day of June, A. D. 1879, duly recorded in the oilice of the register of deeds in and for said Stevens county, iu book "B" of mortgages, on pages 1, 2 and a, and whereas de fault has been made in the payment of the sum of two hun dred and eighty-seven and 30-100 dollars, due as interest upon said mortgage on the 18th day of July, A. ]J. li#y, and the aid interest is still un paid and due: and whereas it was stipulated and agreed by aud between the parties to said mort gage thai if default should be made in any of the conditions or covenants therein contained, on the part of said mortgagor to be kept and performed, that then and from thenceforth it shall be lawful for said mortgagees, their heirs or assigns, to con sider the whole sum thereby secured as immedi ately due and payable: and whereas the lesral rep resentatives of John L. Hammond, dece 'sed, one of said mortgagees, and Charles E. Bush the sur viving moil gagee, have exercised their option to consider ami "deciare, and do hereby declare the whole sum of money secured by said mortga be due and payable: and whereas there is liuw due and claiineu to be due upon said mortga:., date of this notice the sum of sixteen hundred and fifty-eight anil 80-1U) dollars, and no proceeding have been instituted at law or otherwise to rccovei the same or any part thereof: aud whereas John L. Hammond, one of the above mentioned mortga gees, died intestate on the Third day of February. A. i). ISM, at Middlebury, iu the county of Addi con, state ol'Vermont: and whereas, Thomas A Hammond, Charles E. Bush aud Thad M. Chap man, of said county of Addison and state of er mout, were on the lltli nay of February, A' J). 1882, appointed administrators of the estate Of John L. Hammond, deceased, by thc_ probate court for the district of Addison, state of Vermont and whereas an authenticated copy of the appoint ment of said administrators was, on the Kith day of July, A. I). 1S82. tiled for record iu the office of the register of deeds in and for the connty of Utev ens, state of Minnesota. Mow, therefore, notice is hereby Riven, that ly virtue of the power ol sale ill said mortgage con tained and therewith recorded, and pursuant to the statute in such case made and proMdcd, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the land therein described, which sale will be made by the one of the above mentioned mortgagees, died in testate on the third day of February, A. I). 1882, at Middlebury, in the county of Addison, state of Vermont: and whereas, Thomas A. Hammond, I sjierill of said Steveiis county, at tjie front uouro Charles E. Bush, and Thad M. Chapman, of said the po.-t oilice iu tlie ill:i .e of Morris, in sniil county, oil tiie litli day of September, A. 1). lS8 i ut It) o'clock in tlie forenoon uf that i»y, ut public auction, to the lushest bidder for ciisli, to pay the sum due 011 said liior yitge, together with he tax es, if any 011 said premises, and seventy-live dol lnrs attorney's fees therein stipulated to be paid in case of foreclosure, and the disbursements al lowed by law, subject to redemption at any time within one year from the day of sale, as provided by law. "Dated July 18, A. I). 188J. Lumber. THOMAS A. HAMMOND, CllAKLES E. Bl'Sli, THAI) M. CHAPMAN*, Administrators of the estate of John L. nammond, Do ceased. CllAKLES E. BUSII, Surviving Mortgagee. WlIXUHS & CltAPMAJft 15t7 Attorneys for Mortgagees, Fergus Palls, Minu. ORTGAOE SALS. Whereas, John R. Folsom and Aclisah Folsom his wife, as mortgagors, did on the 31st day ot March. A i). 18711. duly exeeinte and deliver to J. L. Hammond & O. E. Bush, of Addisou coun ty, V ermont, as mortgagees, their mortgage bearing date of March'Jl, A. D. IN/!), whereby they mortgaged to said mortgagees the fo1lowing described lands, situate iu the county of Stevens, state of Minuesota. to-wit: The north half of the southwest quarter (u!£ sw'i) of section twenty-eight (28t. iu township one hundred and twenty-Ave tl'-a) north of range forty-two (42) west, to secure the payment of the sum of two hundred aud llf ty dollars with interest, accord ing to the conditions o one ccrtaiu promisory note with live interest coupousattached, bearing even date with said mortgage and made by said mortgagor to said mortgagees, which said mort gage was 011 the :51st day of March, A. D. 1879, duly recorded in the ofllee of the register of deeds in and for said Stevens c.ninty, iu book "A" of mortgages, 011 pages ."£" and 58B, and whereas default has been made in the payment, of the sum of seventy-eight and 75-100 dollars, due as inter est upon saiit mortgage 011 the loth day of July, A. D. 1S(52, and the said interest is still un paid and due aud whereas it. was stipulated and agreed by and between the parties Jo said mort gage that if default, should be made in any of the conditions or covenants therein contained, on the part of said mortgagor to be kept, anduer formed, that then and from thenceforth it shall be lawful for said mortgagees, their heirs or as signs, to consider the whole sum thereby secured as immediately due and payable and whereas the legal representatives of John L. Hammond, deceased, oue of said mortgagees, and Charles E. Bush the surviving mortgagee, have exercised their option to consider aud declare, and do hereby declare the whole sum of money secured by said mortgage to be due and payable aud wherejis there is now due and claimed to be due upon said mortgage at. the date of this notice the sum of three hundred and forty-two and 30 100 dollars, and uo proceedings have been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the same or am part thereof: aud whereas (dm L. llammoud, one of the above mentioned mortgagees, died in testate ou the third day of February, A. D. 1882. at Middlebury, in the county of Addison, state of Vermont and whereas.Thomas A. Hammond, Charles E. Hush, and Thad M. Chapman, of said county of Addison ami state of Vermont, were ou thellih day of February, A. D. 1882. appointed administrators of the estate ofsaiii Jolin L. Ham mond. deceased. l)v tho probate court, for the dis trict of Addison, state o Vermont and where as an authenticated copy of the nppi intmeut of •aid administrators was, on the 13th day of July, A- D. 1882. filed for rccord in the oilice of the register o deeds in and for the county of Stev ens,'slate of Minnesota. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue o 1' the power of sale in said mortgage con tained and therewith recorded, and pursuant to tlie Btatute 111 siu case made and provided, tlie ,inid mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of tho lands therein described, which sale will be mado by the sheritr of said Stevens county, at the (rout floor of the post oilice, iu the village of Morris, in said county. on the 12th day of September. A, D. 1882. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at publieauetion, to the highest bidder foi cash, to pay the sum due ou said mortgage, together with the taxes, if auy. on said premises, nnd twenty-live dollars attorney's fees therein stipu lated to be paid in caseof foreclosure, and thtt disbursemcntsallowed bylaw, subject to redemp tion at any time within oneyear from the dayolr sale, at provided by law. Dated July 10. A. J). 1883 THOMAS A. HAMMOND. CIIAIiLES K. BUSll. THAI) M. CHAPMAN. Administrators of tho eatat% 55'^'. of John L. Hammond, Dejl ceased. CHARLES E. BUSH,' S- Surviving Mortgaged yftVLUHB&CHATMAN, LBRT. Attorney* for- iMtttpui' matt* Doors, Sashy A full line of Blinds, Windows, Lath, Shingles, Always on hand. Pickets, Mouldings, Etc. We are now receiving our fall stock of lumber, and will sell as CHEAP as the CHEAPEST. E. J. Jones & Son Morris, Minn. New Grocery Store. I liave just opened a Chaise, Well Selected, and Fresh Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Also a full and complete line of AND SHOES. would call the attention of the public to the above stocn, and ask a share ot their patronage. Call and see us. •F. IE. •STEl'WEiX.Xi- 32tf Store opposite D. R. Sutherland & Co.'s Elevator, Morris Miunesota. III Paul Binders Is the pioneer cord binder the world and the IM: King of the hay field. The opposition to them are wild on ac count of their great popularity. Manufac tured ^only by the&L Paul Harvester works* •••'-v* ^ff Office in Wilcox & Suttgn's building. v ji&fc T. WHITE, agent, v Morris, Minn*