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4 i i 7. TIIE UNION PACIFIC. REPORT OF THE GOVERNMENT 01* RECTORS ON ITS CONDITION. They liccoinmrail That a Fixed Sam Be Required of tlie ltoad Yearly In st fad of a Percentage of lit Met learnings. New York, Jail. 12.—The annual report of the government directors of the Union 1'acitio Railway company was given out here Friday night. On June 30, 1SS4, the floating indobtodnoss was $13,110,0^0, to meet which was, cash. $l,ll.'v,0T0 company's stock and bonds, ^~,0?~,ooo siuking fund, $32,000 bills receivable, $2,013,419. This makes the net debt $5,977,000. in the statement is the fol lowing: The company respectfully protests that th« investment of such of the sinking fund for the beneiit of the government (or creditor*) as has been accumulated is unjust to the company, the fund not being so invested as to earn the full measure of its ability if properly invested. It tends, therefore, in no practical degree to relieve the debt of its staggering proportions it will nave assumed when the time arrives for its payment. It the present policy of a percentage upon the net earnings and investment of the same in a sinking fund is to be pursued, ex perience having dictated that some vital es sential is lacking to the successful working of the policy, some additional measure must be adopted. The successful working of the policy presupposes two things: The govern ment securing the full and entire amount of its proportion of net earnings and the invest ment of that amount so as to accumulate with reasonable rapidity. But if the gov ernment is to be reimbursed out of the net earnings the government directors venture the suggestion that in fact no department of the government will ever know what the net earnings are, for it is practically impossible to definitely arrive at what they are or may bo uutil some competent commissioner or government directory is empowered by law to supervise continually and constantly the actual concerns and operations of the company. The suggestion that seems, from a careful and as intelligent as possible survey of the matter, the most feasible one to settle speedily and per manently this whole question, and obviate all difficulties which surround it, is that, in stead of the present requirement of the gov ernment of a certain percentage of the net earnings, a fixed sum shall be agreed upon which the company would be compelled to pay at stated intervals toward the interest and principal of its debt to the government. In fixing such stated sum the law-making power can resolve upon a just ana intelligent figure, with or without con sultation with the company, keeping in view the financial condition and abilities of the company, and having due regard to the interest of the communities and of the commerce that will be affected. The govern ment is now fa.-e to face with the proposition that it shall deal justly with this corporation as it now finds it, and at the same time justly with public and commercial interests. The directors recommend the establishment of a national railroad commission. Word for the Railways. Chicago, Jan. 12.—The Inter Ocean pub lishes an article giving tables showing the comparative rates charged by railways of the country for carrying grain and merchandice from which it draws the following con clusions: These figures, which are absolutely cor rect, show that the reduction in rates on merchandise since 1SSS amounts to from 15 to 25 per cent, for 25 miles, 15 to 23 per cent, for 50 miles, "JO to 33 per cent for 3 miles, 25 to 33 per cent, for 100 miles, 30 to 33 per cent, for 125 miles, 33 to 35 per cent for 150 miles, 33 to 35 per cent, for 175 miles, and 33 to 35 per cent for 200 miles. The reduc tion in rates on farm products, as will be seen by consulting the table, amounts to from 40 to 50 per cent These figures furnish the most complete answer to the so-called „anti-monopolist," by showing that trans portation rates in Dlinois and the west have generally been reduced by a larger per cent than even the decline in the price paid for farm products. In 1ST3 the average price of wheat at Chicago was ?1,1~ per bushel. Dur ing 15S4, however, the average price of wheat was something above 80 cents, the de cline in price being only 15 per cent., against a reduction in ^transportation rates of from 40 to 50 per cent In view of these facts what more can the the honest producer want? The railroads have obligations which must be promptly met cr loss of property will ensue. The railroad management of the west have al ways been careful of the interests of their patrous. They have pursued no short sighted policy in order to temporaryly increase their revenues, but recognizing that their interest are identical with those of the country through which they ran, the most liberal measures consistent with fair ness to stockholders have been adopted. The fact that the earnings of none of the rail roads in the west are an adequate return for the money invested is the best evidence that rates are Dot extortionate, and the steady re duction in these rates in the past is a high tribute to the wisdom and fairmindedness of the men who have in charge the transporta tion interests of the country. A YOUNG BRIDES' DILEMMA. She Doesn't Know Whether She Is "Mrs." or "Miss." Lockport, X. Y., Jan. 12.—A wedding of two very popular young society people ol /his city came to a rather sudden and de cidedly dramatic terminus on Wednesday ast by the discovery that the bridegroom was already a married man. At 10 o'clock that morning William G. Ager, a prominent citizen and proprietor of the Lockport file works, was mar ried at St. Patrick's church by the Rev. Father Cannon, the bride being a Catholic, and following the ceremony quite a large reception was held at the groom's residence. An hour after the ceremony the officiating clergyman was startled to receive an anony mous letter stating that Ager was already a married man and had a wife and tfiild living in another part of the stat^. 'f his note was sent to the father of the bride, who at once went to the reception and asked the groom for an explanation. It is said ha at first denied but ultimately acknowledged that he had been married, claiming, how ever, that he supposed his first wife was dead. Mr. Madden at once took his daugh ter home, where she now lies prostrated by the unwelcome shock. The wedding recep tion was of course at once ended, and '"""*2'eft later in the day, ostensibly for *.rork, it is claimed to secure evidence _. •_ wife's death. His friends expect hjm "frfurn. The clergyman who officiated L\ hat by the laws of her church the is as free as ever, if the charges are true. Both young people had been respected and very popular in their circles. The groom has done a flour business here for the past eight years 8k.the bride is handsome and acoom- fit CLEVELAND AT BUFFALO. ,' Jpens the Charity Ball—An Honor to be Earned. ".3frrFALG, N. Y., Jan. 12.—President-elect Cleveland passed Friday quietly, after hit usual fashion. The morning was mostly passed in the old law office. Later in the day he received calls at the Genesee, where at 10 o'clock in the evening he opened the grand charity ball. The house was re-decor ated for the occasion, over $20,000 worth of curtains, carpets, etc., being added to the usual rich appointments. Many hundred persons were presented to Mr. Cleveland. Speaking of his visit, he said: I prefer to avoid any demonstration. The people have elected me to do a certain public work for thorn, and I do not feel much lifted up by that act—rathered burdened with a sense of responsibility to them. Of course I realize the great honor implied in such a designation by the people, but that honor is to be earned. I shall try to earn it by per forming the duties put upon me as well as possible. My trip here has no political signi licance. I have been invited to attend the charity ball, and came here for that pumose. I want to see the Fitch benefits prosper, and whatever I can do to help them I will do." Comparative Prices of Commodities. New York, Jan. 12.—Brad street's con tains a carefully prepared analysis of the fluctuations in prices of commodities from 137b to the closo of 1884, a synoptical re view of which gives the following interest ing comparisons: It is made plain that con sidered generally all leading food products, with the exception of meats and dairy pro ducts, have touched a lower level during 1884 than during the depression existing in 1878 and 1879. Wheat and wheat flour, owing to tho exceptional decline, have sunk to levels respectively 22 and 25 per cent, below th&frange six and seven years ago. Indian corn, owing to different conditions as to sup ply, has not suffered correspondingly, its lowest figure in 1884 being still 10 per cent, above the lowest figures noted to cue previous period of depression. Sugar is found to be 35 par oent below the Rio coffee 38 per cent, under the bottom figures previously recorded, In which one finds a part of tho out come of tho enormous stimulation of sugar cultivation abroad, and of the late bull op erations in the coffee market here and in Bra ciL Japan teas are 10 per cent, lower, for which increased facilities in procuring and transporting tho same appear largoly re sponsible, and rice is off about 4 per cent, as compared wit'i 1878, the least depressed ol all food staples which are lower now than then. Tho Cincinnati Investigation. Cincinnati, Jan. 12.—At the Springer in vestigation, Saturday morning, Edgar M. Johnson, the first witness, testified to the scene in the United States court-room on tho day of electiou. He said: "I was indignant that the court room should be flllod up with hard-looking negroes, unlike the decent col ored man we har* in the city, and expressed myself to Judge Sage at the time." Mr. Bush, of Winchester, Ky., testified that he was sent by his home club to watch the Eighth ward polls, to see that no colored men from there should bo allowed to vote ille gally. He saw a colored man from Nichol sonville lire the first shot which caused tho riot in that want. H. S. Farney, an artist, was the next witness, and said he was around the court-room doing professional work His testimony did not differ materially from that given by Mr. Johnson. Now Mr. Rlsmarck, Go Slow. London, Jan. 13.—The government of New Zealand has telegraphed the homo government that it is reported in consular circles there that Germany seriously intends annexing tho Samoa, or Navigators islands at an early date, aud asking the colonial secretary for authority to annex the islands to New Zealand. Earl Derby, the colonial secretary, has refused to sanction the an nexation of the islands in question, stating that there must be some mistake in regard fo Germany's intention, as the islands are under the protection of the United States, and tho consent of the latter government would have to be secured to carry such a acheiiM into effect Bad Man to Bnlldoxa. Bkookhavkn, Misi, Jan. 12.—A party of bulldozers in Franklin county went to the house of a negro Saturday night for the pur pose of whipping and otherwise maltreating him: They demanded admittance, and on being refused one of the party, a young an named Murray, burst the door open and rushed in. His brains were at once blown out by a charge from a shotgun. The rest of the party fled. A coroner's jury returned a verdict of justi8ah!« homicide. Looks Onilnoua of VI go roan Business. Paris, Jan. 12. —M. Ferry has telegraphed to the French representative at Shang Hai, ordering all agenta of the French govern ment to quit China at once. Six thousand French troops will sail on the 17th for the purpoee of reinforcing the present army of occupation in Tonquin and 6,400 will follow early in February. Thrown Out ofWork by Fire. Baldwinsvilxi, Ma*., Jan. 11—A 100a 40 foot four-story building occupied as s chair shop by Smith, Day & Co., and by George Brooks, was burned to the ground at 4 o'clock Saturday morning, with its con tents Loss. $30,000 insurance, $12,000. Fifty workmen are thrown out of work. Epidemic of Blood Poisoning. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 12.—The several cases of death which have recently occurred in this city have not only attracted the at tention of members or the medical profes sion, but of the general public, who have also become interested in the subject. The death of the Rev. Dr. Schneck was due to blood poisoning, gangrene having set in after having a corn trimmed. Mr. Henry Mc Closkey, who is father of the Rev. John MtCloskey and the late Rev. William McCloskey, died from the same cause. Like Dr. Schenck, he had a corn trimmed, after which, the toe began swelling. A doctor was called in and treated him for erysipelas, but the toe became so swollen that two other physicians were called in consultation and they found that gangrene had set in and that the poison had gone through the system and it was too late to save him. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Klag Alpfconso,%of Spain, has joined tha ifasons. Frederick Douglass Is said to be- worth 1350,0001 Two Boston papers are booming Kata Field for governor of Utah. Robert W. Wright, an author and maga zine writer, died Pftday morning at Cleve land, aged 60. Nevada Republicans have nominated the Hon. John P. Jones for re-election to tho United States senate." Fire in a tobacco storage warehouse at Durham, N. C., Thursday night destroyed property valued at $70,000. The town clock of Middletown, Conu., stopped precisely at midnight at the end of the old year. It had be?n wound as usuaL There are 2,800,000,000 copiea of daily, weekly, and monthly journals published annually in America, against 7,300,000,000 copies in Europe. Major Charles B. Brady, a well-known St Louis citizen, and M. Guild, ex-cashier of the First National bank of Cincinnati, committed suicide Thursday night Glass manufacturers at Pittsburg are considering the project of closing their fac tories two or three months earlier this sea son than usual to prevent overproduction. The British government has decided to create a minister of education, and it is prob able Lyon Playfair will receive the appoint ment The new minister will have a seat in the eabinet. In the libel suit «f the Rev. Dr. Ball again-1 The New York Evening Po*t at Buf falo Friday, Mr. Locke, for the defense, said it was a public calamity that Ball had ever been born. An official bulletin states that up to the 8th instant, in the provinces of Granada and Malaga, 1,400 persons were killed by the earthquakes, 900 were wounded, and 43,000 rendered homeless. The second prize for butter at the Cat cutta exhibition was awarded for a floe sample of American oleomargarine. Some one spoiled a good joke, and the judges re considered their award. The fiber of the hop-Yine is said by some French paper manufacturers to be the best substitute for rags yet discovered. Its ad vantages are great length, strength, flex!-' bility, and delicacy. The king of Sweden is said to be trying to marry his second son, Prince Oscar, to Princess Louise, eldest daughter of the prince of Wales, bis recent visit to England having that object in view. A trio of -sporting men in Pittsburg thought to make a raise by stealing Ellen Terry's pet dog and holding it for a ransom, but the actress' friends put detectives on their track and spoiled the scheme. Gen. William Thompson, of Bismarck, D. T., was one of the Masons who .assisted in laying the corner-stone of the Washington monument, and he will visit Washington next month to be present at the dedication. Gen. Wolsclcy telegraphs the prince of Wales he will march on Khartoum Jan. 24. He request that 3,000 picked troops be dis patched immediately to Suakim to operate against Osman Digna and open the Berber route. Henry Rogers' wholesale fancy goods store at New York was damaged $75,0yo by fire and the T. B. Scott Lumber company^ planing-miU at Merrill, Wis., with 00,000 feet of lumber, was destroyed, the loss being $35,000. ^•Mn| with a Ghastly Subject. Hobokxn, N. J., Jan. 12.— A human skull, to which was attached a paper tag, inscribed: "A. T. Stewart," was found Friday in the area of a private residence on Bloomfleld treet It is supposed to have been thrown into the y&rd for a Jolca. The price of copper is now hu bo ruin ously low that the miners hi some parts of the country are closing their works. Seven and a quarter cents a pound on the spot has been received. Lake Superior copper, the best in the market, is worth in New York eleven and a half cento* Making n Bow. In public, tho bow is the proper nxode of salutation, also under certain circumstaiiccs in private and, accord in0" to chvinnstam**!, it should bo fa miliar, cordial, respectful, or formal. An inclination of the head or a gesture with tho hand or cane suilicc.s between men, except when one would be es pecially deferential to ago or position but in saluting a lady, the hat should be removed. 'Avery common mode of doing this in New York, at present, particularly by tho younger men, is to jerk the hat oil' and sling it on as hastily as possible. As haste is incom patible with grace, and us there is an old pantomi i ic law that -'every picture must be held" for a longer or shorter time, the jerk-aud-sling manner of re moving the hat, in salutation, is not to be commended. The empressement a man puts into his salutations is gradu ated by circumstances, the most deferential manner being to carry the hat down the full length of the arm, keeping it there until the person salut ed has passed. If a man stops to speak to a lady in the street lie should remain uncovered, unless tho conversa tion should be protracted which it is sure not to be, if either of the party kuows and cares to HE^Jserve the pro prieties. A well-bred man,'meeting a lady in a public place, though she is a near relative—wife, mother, or sister--and though he may have parted from her but half an hour before, will salute her as deferentially as he would salute a mere acquaintance. The paSsers-by are ignorant of the relationship, and to them hit? deferential manner says: '-.She is a lady."—The Mentor, by A't ti Aorcs. THE MARKETS. Chicago,/an. 10. M. H. Crapser & Co.'s market letter gives tho following quotations on the board of trade to-day: Markj: very weak. Wheat February. opened S'.V, closed March, opened clo-ed 8 May, opened N'.'o, closed Sic. Corn—February, oponod closed oT^c Marc'.:, oaod L.T ^c. clo ed 37&'c May, opened 4!£.r, closed 40 «—41c. Fork—March, opene 1 slii.lio, clo-ed £12.00. Lard—March, opened £7.U7)^e, closed f6.S~£c. Oats—May, opened 3J^c, closed bO^C. Live Stock—The Union Stack Yards re ports the following ranp of prices: l[cg Market fairly active i.:i skipping account, with packers buying siowiy at. ."(£ 10a lower prices li^ht grades. $4.10(^4.45 rough r60. icking, $4. lo^ji.3.) Leav v packing. §4.40@ Cattle-Market bri.-k vclues strong ex ports, $0.00(^0.good ca :c.\ £5.~5.('..x?5 common to niediu:n, s I.7J^5.:25 butchers, $firstname.lastname@example.org stackers. •'.-,0^Li0. Sheep- Market strong common to lair, 75(^3.50 medium to good, £o.7.j(cjJ1.CJ. Produce: Butter—Fine creamery, o0^32c good to fine dairy, lS(£24c go fresh roll, 15@16c packing, 8(gl0c. Eggs—Choice counts, 22(ci^oc fair to good picklel, 15 @20c. Potatoes—Good to b.»st stock, 43 @4oc. Poultry—Dresssed turkeys. IKulOc do chickens, 8@10s do ducks, yiglle do geese, 7jJ9c. Apples—Good to choice. a.50 per bbL Hay—Fair to riue, $10@13 per ton. New York. Ne w Youk, Jan. 10. "Wheat—Opened strong higher afterwards los advance, decline I a trifle No. 1 white 73c: No. 'J red January O-^gC, February, (i l4 March, 93 April.'JTj^'c May. Corn Un settled an loV.. mixed western spot, 53£c futures, Oatw— .v %c higher we-tern, 37^.-10-.. Pro^visions—Beef, Steady iw.v extnt, S'l l.-V'C' Pork, dull new Lard, dull aud lower -toa.u, $7.:.'C bt. lit. oc. Jan. 10. Wheat—Active aud unsettled opened higher, then or-'ke and ran straight down closing i£@Je Leiow yesterday No. red, S7^(f07 '^c cash and January S: ^SS,'jC February 90(s'.0%c Maivii: y4@v).5}^'c May, closing at inside i rices. rn—Opened a fraction better, decliuod. nud clooi ,'..i3}£c under yesterday 35£(£Suc cash 85J4!£:5)§c January and Feoruary 80j:'-'Ai}£c March 35%@3SJc May, closing at lowest figures. Uats— Ea- ier but slow :i7 a'^ bid cash 30%@31c Mav. Rye— Hijrher 5 Jc bid. Barley—Steady 55(^?6e, IVhiskv—Steady $1.12. Provisions— Easier an.l slow. JVrk, $email@example.com cash £12.January. Bulk meats—Long clear. §i.l" short rib, 25 short clear, $6.50. Bacon— Long clear, $7 short rib, ?7.12£ short clear, $7.25 ®7.37^. Lard—£6.75 as!:e I. Toledo, Toledo, Ohij, Jan. 10. 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Croup.—A Mother's Tribute. 41 While in the country last winter my llttl* boy, three years old, w as taken 111 with croup it seemed as if ho would die from strangu lation. One of the family suggested tho use ol Avkr's Cherry Pectoral, a bottle of which was always kept in the house. This was tried in small and frequent doses, aud to our delight in less than half an hour the little patient was breathing easily. The doc tor said that tho Cherry Pectoral had saved my darling's life. Can you wonder at our gratitude? Sincerely yours, Mum. Km ma Gednf.v." 159 "West 128th St., New York, May 16,1882. I have used Ayf.r's CnERRV Pectoral in my family for several years, and do not hesitate to pronounce it the most effectual remedy for coughs and colds we have ever tried. A. J. Crank." Lake Crystal, Minn., March 13,1882. I suffered for eight years from Bronchitis, and after trying many remedies with no suc cess, 1 was cured by toe use of AVer's CUERr bv Pectoral. Joseph Walden." Byhalia, Miss., April 6,1882. "I cannot say enough In praise of ATBB'9 Cherry Pectoral, believing as I do that but for its use I should long since hare died from lung troubles. E. BUAGDON." Palestine, Texas, April 22,1882. Ko case of an affection of the throat or lungs exists which cannot be greatly relieved by the use of Ayer's Cherry Pectora*, and it will alieays cure when tho disease is not already beyond the control of medicine. prepared nv Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. first Publication Dee. 10,18-si. ORTGAGE HALK. Default having been made in the payment of the sum of Three Hundred, forty mid 33-100 Dollars, which is claimed to be due at the date of this notice upon a certain Mort gage, duly executed and delivered by .lames Beahan, an unmarried man, to Middlesex Banking Company, of Middletown, Connect icut, bearing date the seventh day of Janu ary, A. D. 1881, anil duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for the County of Stev ens, and State of Minnesota, on the 14th day of January, A. D. 1881, at! o'clock P. M., in Book of Mortgages, on page 31(5, which said mortgage was given to secure the payment of Three Hundred Dollars, with nine and one-half per cent. Interest per annum, and default having been made in the payment of the installments of interest due February 1st 1881, and August 1st 1884, the said mortgagee thereupon elected that the principal sum, willi all arrearages of interest, should be im mediately due and payable, according to the provisions of said mortgage and of the note for said sum, anil no action or proceeding at law or otherwise having been instituted to recover the debt secured by said Mortgage, or any part thereof: Nov.- therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sale contained in said Mortgage,and pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided, the said Mortgage will he foreclosed, and the premises described in and covered by said Mortgage, viz.: The east half of the south-east quarter of section twelve (12), in township one hundred and twenty-four (121) of range fort y-two (42) con 'taiuing eighty (So) acres, in Stevens County, and State of Minnesota, with the heredita? menls and 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 premises, and twenty five dollars attorney's fee,, as stipulated in and by said Mortgage in case of foreclosure, and the disbursements allowed by law: which sale will be made by the Sheriff" of said County, at the front door of the Court House in Morris, in said County and State, on_ the twenty-fourth day of January, A. D. 1885, at 10 o'clock A. M., of that day, subject to re demption at any time within one year from the day of sale, as provided by law. Dated December 8th, A. D.1884. MinWiiiSP.* BAiifctJsv Company*. TSEAI.] BY ROBWltt? Emv' D. B. Kennedy, Attorney. EOBEESON & NELSON, Merchant Tallnrs, FIFTH ST., MORRIS, MINN, Keeps Constantly on Hand a Full Line of pifjthj!fyr^Suit8. All Work Guaranteed to Cfive SaUt- faction. (JIVE US A CALL. Pioaeer Heat C. FLATNER, Proprietor. Dealer in all kind* of Fresh, Dried and Salt Meats, SAUSAGE, FISH, AC, Shop on Sixth Street, NTS, J/ EH VO US EX IIA US TI OA, WEAK NESS, INDIOESTJOX, etc. and while coring will not hurt th6 system. Mr C. J. Rhodes, a well-known Iron man of Safe Harbor, Pa., writes: "My nn waa completely prostrated by fever Uld Wile Quinine and bnr, did hlzo no good. I tnen senf for MieLjer's florb Bitters and Id a short time the boy was quite wcU." "E A. 6chellentrager, DrugglBt. 717 St. Clair Street Cleveland, 0., writes: Your Bitteru, I con say and do say. #re pro. scribed by some cf the olc'.-jst ard n D6t prominent pbysiciffnsln our city' MI8HLEB HERB EITTER8 C©., 62B Commerce St.. Philadelphia. StiJuriP/eKMn^Worm Byruftfeverfailfl Soi popBis. Hurcr. First Publication Dec. 10, 1884. jyjORTGAGE SALE. Default having been made in the payment of the sum of Two Hundred, ninety-two and l-'-lOi) Dollars, which is claimed to be due at the date of this notice upon a certain Mortgage, duly executed and delivered by Alhlr'tui Multeson and Addie Matteson, his wife, to Middlesex IJaijkinj Company, of Middletown, Connwlicut', b^upin^ i^ate the sixteenth day of April, A. 1). U&l, and duly recorded in the of hoc of the Register of Deeds in find for the County of Stevens, and State of Minnesota, on the 20t.h day of April, A. D. 1K81, at 8 o'clock A. M., in Book 10 of Mort gages, on page 222 and post. Which said Mortgage was given to secure the payment of Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars, with ten per ccnt. interest per annum, and default having been made in the payment of the in stallments of interest due November 1st, iss:t, and May island November 1st, 188-1, the said mortgagee tlicrcui,-.'i ejected that the princi pal sum, with all u'xeui.,^-'j of interest, should bo immediately due :ti,id payable ac cording to the provisions of sajd liibrfga'ge and of the'note for said sum, and no action' or proceeding at law or otherwise having1 been instituted to recover the debt secured by said Mortgage, or any pari hereof: Now therefore, notice iu hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sale contained in «ald Mortgage,and pursuant, to the statute lu such case made and provided, the said Mortgage will be foreclosed, and the premlsesdcserlbed In and covered by said Mortgage, viz.: The east half of the north-east quarter of section twenty-eight. (28), lu township one hundred and twenty-three (12"), of range forty-two (12) containing eighty (80) acres, In Stevens County, and State of Minnesota, with the hereditaments and appurtenances, will be sold a' piibi.iy v'.uc.Mon, to the highest bidder for cash, to pay ^iid debt a interest, and the taxes, if any, on'said 'preiiil^es, an twen ty-five dollars at torney's fee, as stiphfa't'ed ifi Dated December 8th, A. D. 1881. Middlesex BankingCo.—[seat.J. By Rohkrt N. Jackson, SOW D,®, KBNNBW i, Attorney, -g, diaaiiffiana First Publication Decembor 17,1881. jyjOltTUAUE WALK. Default lias been mude In tho payment of the sum of Might Hundred und Ninety-seven Dollars ($897.1X1), which Is claimed to be due at Ihe date of this notice upon a certain mortgage, duly executed and delivered by Michael Kecgan (an unmarried man) to Tho Farmers' and Mechanics' Having Bank of Minneapolis, hearing (lute the fvviit.v-eighth day of October, A. 1). 18H1, and, with a-'power of sale therein contained, duly recorded in the ollice of the Register of Deeds In and for the County of Stevens and State of Minne sota, oil the First day of November, A. I). 1881, at three o'clock p. M., in Hook K of mort gages, on page 117 said mortgage was given to secure the payment of Seven Hundred (700) Dollars in five years from Its date, with interest at tho rate: of-nine per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually, and default has been made in the payment of Interest on said sum wherefore, as authorized by the provisions of said mortgage, the whole prin cipal sum secured thereby, together with the interest thereon avcrued, and unpaid, is hereby declared to be due and payable imme. dlately, and no action or proceeding has been "instituted, at lnw or otherwise, to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or anv part thereof ?Jo\v, therefore, notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sule contained In said mortgage, und pursuant to the statute in such case made ami provided, the said mort gage will he foreclosed by a sale of the premises described in anil conveyed by said mortgage, viz: The south west quarter (sw,1^) of Section Twenty-eight (28), Township One Hundred and Tw-iiity-thrcc (VA'li, of Range Forty-three (43), containing one hundred and sixty (10(11 acres, more or Iom, according to the 'United States government survey, which premises are situate in .Stevens County and State of Minnesota, with the hereditaments tin.i appurtenances which sale will be made by tli.* Sherill'of said Stevens County, at-the front door of the Court House, in the Village of Morris, in said County and State, on the Thirty-first day of January, A. I). lwHi, at ten o'clock A. M., of that, day, at. public vendue, to tho highesl bidder for cash, to pay said debt and interest, and the taxes, if any, on s-iid premises, ami fifty dollars attorney's fees lis stipulated in and bv said mortgage in case of foreclosure,and the disbursements allowed by law, subject to redemption at any time within one year from the day of sale, as provided by law. Dateil December 15th, A. D. 1884. Tiik Kaiimkus' and Mechanics' Savinuh Bank ow Minneapolis, Mortgagee. EiiW.viti) M. Johnson, Attorney for Mortgagee. First Publication Decomber 17,1884. OttTGAGK SALE. been made in the payment of Three Hundred Default has the sum of Four Thousand, and Sixty Dollars (•l,:K o(iii), which is clalinod to be due at the date of this notice upon a certain mortgage, duly executed and deliv ered by George M. (iilf lnan (an tirvmarried man) to The Farmers'and Mechanics' S»v. ings Dunk of Minneapolis, hearing date the Seventeenth day of December, A. D- 1881, and with a power of sale therein contained, duly recorded in the office of the Register or Deeds in and for the County of Stevens and State of Minnesota, on the Twentieth day of Decem ber, A. 1). 1881, at eleven o'clock a. in Book K of mortgages, on page oil said mort gage was given to secure the payment of four thousand dollars in five year-from its date, with interest, at the rate of nine per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually, aud default has been made in the payment of interest oil said sum wherefore, as author ized by the provisions of said mortgage, the principal sum secured by said mortgage, together with the interest thereon accrued, and unpaid, is hereby declared to be due anil payable immediately, and no action or pro ceeding has been Instituted, at law or other wise, to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, and pursuant to the stntute in such case made and provided, the said mort gage will he foreclosed by a sale of the premises described In anil conveyod by said mortgage, viz: Section One (1), Township One Hundred and Twenty-five 125), Range Forty-two (12), containing six hundred and forty (040) acres, more or less, according to the United States government survey thereof which premises are situate in Stevens County and State of Minnesota, with the hereditaments and appurtenances' which sale will be made by the Sheriff of said Stevens Countv, at the front uoor of the Court House, in the Village of Morris, In said County and State, on the Thirty-first day of January, A. D. 1835, at ten o'clock a. at., of that ihiy, at public vendue, to the highest bidder for cash, to pay said debt and interest, and the taxes, if any, on said premises, and seventy-five dollars attorney's fees as stipu lated ii and by said mortgage in case of fore closure, and the disbursements allowed by law, subject to redemption at any time within one year from the day of sale, as provided by law. Dated December 15th, A. D. 1884. The Farmers' and Mechanics' Savings Dank op Minneapolis, Mortgagee. Edward M. Johnson, Attorney for Mortgagee, (First Publication Dec. 17th, 1884.) jyjORTGAGE SALE. Default having been made In the payment of the sum of Thirty-four and 10-100 Dollars, which is claimed to be due at the date of this notice upon a certain Mortgage, duly execut ed and delivered by Michael Walsh (unmar ried) to George Stark & Co., of the City and State of INew York, bearing date the nine teenth day of December, A. D. 1882, and duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds Minnedo'fa, On th'ejilth day of December, A. 1). 1882, at ten o'clock il','/ in Ji°ol$: of Mortgages, on page 625, in aiid by \vliicii said mortgage said Michael Walsh did convey to George Stark and John F. Stark, co-partners as George Stark & Co., the property herein after described, to secure the payment of two promissory notes, dated December lUtli, 18.82, eacji for the sum of ?11 25r100 due respectively December lat.,'1883 and December 1st, 1S&4, with interest thereon at ten per cent, per annum, after maturity, and no action or proceeding at law or otherwise having been Instituted to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof Now therefore, notice Is heroby given, that by virtue of a power of sale contained in said mortgage, aud pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed, and the premises described in and covered by said mortgage, viz: The north east quarter (ne,V) of Section Ten (10), Township One Hundred and Twenty live (125), Range Forty-four (44), containg 160 acres, more or less, according to the govern ment survey thereof, situate in Stevens County, and State of Minnesota, with the hereditaments and appurtenances, will be s^Id p,t public auction, to the highest bidder jlirtilsi), to fii^y saici debt and interest, and the'taxes, lf'aiiy,' oft &ifci premise, and twentvrfive dollars attorney's fee. 'as stipu lated in and by said mortgage in case of fore closure, and the disbursement* allowed by law which sale will be made by the Sheriff of said S1 evens County, at the front door of the Court House, in the Village of Morris, in said County and State, on the Thirtieth day of January, A. D. 1885, at ten 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. iOated December SUj, A. 1). 1884. i -v K 0 K y A K K & o itortaairee ItOSNEflS DOUGLAS, *V Attorneys. First Publication Dee. 10, 1SS4, jyjORTGAGE SALE. Default having been mode in the payment of the sum of forty-nine and 29-100 2D-100) dollars, which is claimed to be due at the date of this notice upon a certain Mortgage, duly executed and delivered by Timothy J. If,e Je ,-, an nmarried man, to Win. K. Graves and' Mefj-i£k juj. \intQii bearing date the fourteenth day of October,"AV l&l, and duly recorded In the oillee of the Ile'gi'ster of Deeds in and for the County of Stevens and State of Minnesota, on tho 19th day of Octo ber, A. D. 1.881, at 10o'clock A. M., in Book E of Mortgages, on page 430, which said mort gage was given to secure the payment of twenty notes, ten of which are dated April twentieth, 1881, and described as follows: One for four and 2O-100 dollars, due Novem ber 1st, 1881, and each of the others for four dollars, duo respectively in (, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42, •*#, ai 5 e:'.leiHl«r months from said last named date,'and ti'.-ri other not-!:1 dated Octo ber fourteenth, 1881, and d"e§iii*Ttjpd ns fojiows: One for five and S0-10U dollars, doe May 1st, 188*2, and each of tho others for five dollars, due respectively in t», 12, is, 24, 30. HO, 12, 48, and 54 calendar months from said last named date, and default, having been made lu the payment of the said notes, due on May 1st, 18,si, and November 1st,, 1881, and there re maining secured by the said mortgage the villi seven other notes, making a totHl of ilftv-two und 34-ltO ($5231-100) dollars secured by fh mov'gago (l „d unpaid, making a total no\"'Mfe', ilf&r-.uh/wii.g ?ho le jal rebate of seven iter cent. «jii fhe'ilotc^ not iej, mature, of forty-nine and 20-100 (f 20-Ki.)) dollar's, and no action or proceeding at |aw or otherwise having been instituted to i'ecovur Iho debt secured by wiid .Mortgage, or any pni't there ('now therefore, notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sale contained In said Mortgage,and pursuant to the statute In such ease made and provided, tho said Mortgage will be foreclosed, and the premises described in and covered by said Mortgage, viz.: The snid Mortgage in case of foreclosure, und the dNImrscinent.s allowed by law which sale will be made by the Shei ifT of said Steven* County, nt the front door of the Court House, in Morris, in said County and Stale, oil the twenty-fourth day of January, A. 1). 1SS5, at 10 o'clock A. M., of that day, stibjcot. to re demption at any lime within 0110 yenr from the (lay of sale, ns provided by law. llttteti.JJeosmiber fcUi, A. 1). U!81. 7* WM. I\ GRAVER. 1 and by said Mortgage in case of foreclosure, and the disbursements allowed by law which sale will U-i made by theShcrifrof said Stevens County, at tho front door of the Court House, in Morris, in said County and State, on the twenty-fourth day of January, A. D. 1HK5. at 10 o'clock a. m.. of that day, subject to redemption at any time within one year from the day of sale, ns provided by law. Mrrkick K. Vinton. tyv/rlgagyoi}. EDTfr' ». Hennku*. Attorney. President. Send six eents for postft c, and receive free, a cosily box of goods which will heip vim to more money righl a way than anything else in this world.- All of either sox, succeed from first hour. The broad road to fortune opens before the workers, absolutely sure. At ones Kddres*'iR?B Uo.f Aappat*, 8 P. M., froni 1:3b to 4. P. M., from to k Blacksmith WAGON SHOP, MORRIS, MIKX. Horsesliolng a Specialty. Repairing In my line Promptly Done. LA CROSSE BUSINESS COLLEGE, pro»«c, VV in*. $40 Life Scholarship $40 All brnnch«« of boolc-k«oping taught com mon school branchpa and plain and ornn inentitl penmnmsliip. Cheapfxt.place to board In ilie North west. Thorough ••ouvse In book Keeping $25 less than any other College. Clrculm giving a full Information «ent by addressing J. L. WAliI.ArK, I,n Cro**e, W is. Lifgry, Sals n The undersigned take pleasure amiHunc lng to the Traveling Public,that they have re cently opened ft Ijlvcry, hu1 hoctl Ktitulc« at the old stand of Wilcox & Mutton, aud are prepared, with Fast and Safe Horses, New and Me gan Carriages and Equipments, to serve the public generally. Commercial Travelers and Sportsmen will find us pnvr-icd fi onrry them any -where, on Short"l&tlfanttU-at U&rHH'y A£1,E RATES. Leave Orders nt (Ijc Metrof/blltiinftr Central Hotel*, or at the Stable. you MANS. Morris*Minn., Apr!18,1884. for working people. Rend lOeents pontage, and we will mall you. /'nv, a royal, valuable sample box of goods'that will put you in the money in a few (lays way of making more tlniin-jotuvur thouc, 1:t possible at any busi ness'. napflal Vjiu can live at home and jyork'in spare tlOfe'tVnf}*','or ali ihe time. Ail of l'°" sexes, )!'nil ilges, grandly suecesuftil. -V eents to i.= easily earned every evening. 'Unit nil who want work may test the business, we make th!." unpnrailed offer: To all who are not well sutlsflcd we will semi $1 to pay for the trouble of writing us. nil! particulars, dlreet Ions, etc, sent. tree. Im mense pay absolutely sure for all who start at once. Don't delay. Address STiNSOS & Co., Portland, Malue. JjAKI) OFFIOK AT ilKNSIIX, MINN., J)oeen)ber 3rd, 1S.S4. is beret./ given jl:ai. the tallowing r-jHfef iirts flii'd'notice oMiislniention to make filial proof in sijppprt of lils^ elalm, aiid that said ptooT wj|l be mtde betore the Register and Receiver nt Uentjoh, Minn., on January tfith, JSfW, vljsf Lewis Kngberg, Guardian of the minor orphan children of Peter J. Ulinqulst, deceased,who made home stead application No. for the n,'i nw.'.j Section 1, Town l'J4. Kan go 41. He names the following witnesses to move his continuous residence upon, ami cultiva tion of, said land, viz: Anton E. Anderson, Sam Hanson, P. McDermid aud Olson, all of Morris, Minn. ». 8. HALL, Register. TAOVW. Desire Olants entirely removed. Home treatment. Mcilj. duo can be administered without knowledge of patient, bv placing it in eofiftse, tea, or ftrtielosat Food. Cures guaranteed. Sand tor particulars. "^T IbvdIOZRIRIS Roller Rink! Open Every Day as Follows A. M, from to 12. for Childferi: 4 6, And Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings Band every Tuesday and Saturday Evening For Special Attractions see Local Columns. MORRIS lii The Undersigned have opened an/ Auction and Com mission koom in James Egan's Store, on Atlantic Avenue, opposite Lower Klevator, and have a general stock of Clothing, Underwear, Boots and Shoes, Cutlery, Notions, Etc., Which we arc Mulling at Bottom Prices. As we Buy and Sell for Cash 4re ere content with Small Profits. FARMERB .Having Slock or Machinery to sell, should bring it to u*. i We charge but 2}3 lfr cent, for selling. We will Buy Second-hand Furniture, or sell It upon commisuion. AUCTION EVERY DAY AND EVENING. E. COLE k CO. JAMES FLYNN, Auctioneer.' O W O K At the TRIBUNE Office. C3-. KoHler. TMantifnctnrcr and Dealer in BRUSHES, BLANKETS, CURRY COMBS.* NETS, TRUNKS, VALICES AND SADDLERS' STOCK. REPARING NEATLY & PROMPTLY DONE Shop op Atlantic Avcnne. Morris. Minn. y iKerl & Watzke, ... y. "w y 11 'jv•. PHTHEBN .1 RAILROAD. The Direct Line between St. Paul, Minneapolis, or Dulutta And all Points in Mioiifesotr Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington Territory, British Columbia, Puget Sound & ALASKA Express Trains Daily, to-which are attached PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPERS And ELEGANT DINING CARS. NO CHANCtE OF CARS Between ST. PAIJL AND PORTLAND, On any class of Ticket. EMIGRANT SLEEPERS FREE The oply AU:Rail Line to the YELLOWfSTOf^fc. PARK! For full informatioh as to Time, Ratef, Etc., Address, CHARLES S. FEE. General Passenger Agent, St. Paul. \V.<p></p>COFFINS M. RQMINE, Agent. Morris, Minn. J&jj? J". D. Good's FURNITURE STORE. Fna-rii'LGr of ihe THE id ON ARCH MOKRIS, MINN. Also, Dealer in UIJ, And Cigars. Miaitee Bottled Beer. always ON HAND a MARRIAGE GUIDE 260 Pages money or postage, same. Illustrated in cloth andgfit binding60&, en 25c. TbiaDMk contnitu all tho curiouj, efoubtful or inquisitive waet t* know, large edition*, 10,000 cach, sold every few month*. HtBlth, Boauty, Happiness, v? promoted br its ad* •iet—who may marry, who not, vhy, nirdicalafd, whea ne#«53ary brought home to ro j. 50 TramSerfnt p-*m ncroim trm to Jifft. Sent «Cftled by Dr. WKITTI5B, Bl, Lo»i«, xha Consultation MAT MARKET. The undesigned have opened a New Meat Market In the old Morris bank building one' door north of 1st. Nat, Bank and will keep on hand a full supply of IraUalt and Med Meats, FM ani P05ID7, Wo shall endeavor to keep a first class shop In every respect anU would respectfully •oil cite ourflhare of tho patronage. BEMIS A Morris, April 9th, 1&4. In DEFECTIVE PAGE THE Chicago, Milwaukee & Sfc. Paul RAILWAY Is the Kiiftt-M il Li.:e from St. Paul and MirmeJipoiis via La Crosse and Milwaukee- fo Chicago and all points in theE .sicrji Suites and Canada. It is the only line under one management between St. Paul and Chicago, and is the Finest Equipped Railvvaj- in the Nortnwest. It is the only line runnm# Sleeping Cars with lux urious smokiug rooms, and the finest Dining Cars in the world, via the famous Rivbr Bank Route," along the shores of Lake Pepin and the beautiful Mississippi River,- to Milwrnikf nd -Chicago, lis trains i unmet with those of the Northern lirK-s iu ie Cr ind Cnion Depot tt- St. Paul. No Change of Cars of any class be tween St. Paul and Chicago. For through tickets, time-tables, and full ir.t'of'm.'itior, np: ]y to my coupon ticket fjrent in ihe North west. S. S. Merrill, General Man ager R. lhr, Ass'i General Manager A V. H: r\enter, Gen?l Pass. Agent Geo. H. Iicuf ford, Ass't Gfn'l Pass. Agent, Mil waukee, Wis. W. H. I)ix-,11, Cen'i i^nrthwestern Pass. Agent, Si. P:1 ul, Minn. uisrioisr Meat Market. HENRY P. PETERS Has Always on ITand a Full Supply of Fresh, Salt, Smoked and Dried Meats, Etc., Which are Always Fresh and First-Class. All Orders Filled Promptly. Goods Delivered Free of Charge, to Any Fart of the City. THE St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba RAILWAY, WITH ITS 1,500 Miles of Road, Is the only line extending through the Park Region ol"3XIaiiie«ota To all tho principal poi Re(l River "Valley, a Ii ern Miunesoia, North eru DakoLa, And to DEVILS LAKE & TURTLE 2 S a ilLVUil illIH ijlU TOT iui Gol n i ti-.ing West. Ka St. -.5 5 •j. 4 STATION- CJ u Ch I "A a s lev. lev. 11 v. .11 V. p. in a.in. '•p. a.m. 7:30 7:30 St. Paul 7:*0 8:05 8:05 Minneapolis. 8:38 8:40 Wayzata. "i:o" 6:20 «:45 8:47 Long Lake. •"•-I"1 u:13 8:57 .l):00i Mnnlc Plain. •5:00 S»:15 D:18 Delano. 1 •r»:43 ":2S 9:3.i •t ::V5! on rose. I 1: V »:43 9:57 10:02 ^mitli Ijake. 10:0aI10:ll Cokato. 4:^5 10:18110:2.5 Dassel. 4:41 10:32 10:10! Darwin. 10:47:10-5! Iilclifield. 10:32 10:10! Darwin. 10:47 10-5! 1 It Is purely Vcgstabts. It removes ail inflamation,. It throws off ell Morbid Matter. It heals tho Lung Tissue. ft Is Soothing In its Nature. It relieves a Cough fnstantly. It is sold on a guarantee, If not relieved, j*our money will ba rtfunde.l, Ask your:PrugsrjstorStorekeeper JJoriJ SPINK & CO., Proprietor?, TUTT x. 25 Qw Greatest MedicalJC:iaicy' c.T tie Age! S Y A TORPID UVEft, Xftfsoofnppecit'c, JJovt-la cy^iive, i'ajnit the head, with a duil nei«niSor. thq back part, Pain under rhs cbontueiS blade, dullness after emisa, wi:a :'dia incHnation to exertion of orinlnd, Irritability of temper. Low m-irits. ^rjth afeelingof having neglected hohic duty. Weariness, Dizziness, Flustering at tho Heart, Dots before iho eyes, Headache ••er tho right eye. Beatiec.-tiess, with fitful dreams, Hiehlv colored Urinc5and CONSTiPATSOM. TCTT'S PILLS are especially adapted to such cases, one dose otfecta svtjIj a no«rMH*atand *n Toni? Ar:So-.* oq ttoI)|kmUt«Orca s.I S s ar^ aaducgd, prigs afec. I- It?array St.. jf.y, TUTTS H&i! •nd&li BILIOUS si KlQ GHAT IIAIR or A\ HISKKUS citanged to a GLOSSY BLACK bv :x single application of this DTK. It Imparts i natural olor, acts instantaneously. Sold bv Druggist?-, or sent by express on receipt of *1. Office, 44 Murray St., New Yorlf.- WRIGHTS INDIAN VEGETABLE BUS VMMtatit: lb OrWist. sso. All sraodita 1 ":2S 9:37 9:42 Waverly. i i:o0 "rJ2 9:50 9:55 Howard Lake, 1 *-"7 :-'v5 4:i& Iilclifield. :V2 4:13 ll:05jll:10i Grove City. :, i'2'j 11:17 11:23 Atwater. :U 3:42 11:35 11:41 Kandiyohi. 3:24 a.m. p.in 12:01 12:15 Wlllmar. J:45i 3:10 12:18 12:31 St. John. 2:4$ 12:37 12:49 Kcrklioven. ,2:S 0 12:4£ l:00i Mimlook. i :oT 2:1*0 1:00 1:12 Pe'?ratr. :r 2:iJ 1:18' Konson. I 1:50 1:35 1:15 Cloutarf* I :oT 1:3.3 2:00 2:08 Hancock. :.°,7 1:13 2 2:30 Morris. I v. 12:5S 2:42 2:50 Doniiellv. 12:34 3:08 3:14 Herman 11 12:12 3:20 3:25 I Norcross 11:2J 2 :*S a.m. 3:50 3:52 Tiutaii :(V: 11 :-S 4 07 4:0." Campbell :~?2 4S5j 4:25 Doran •:•::T7 11:00 4:45 4:45 Breekiuridg 1=' :*2i 10:r(i a.ra. p.m. a.m. p.u. arv. arv. V. iev.