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ii W\ S :i! i i 1 i MI I -m if ri VI III Vl! VOL. X, NO. 17. 1HKECTORY. .iroioiAL orrioKUS: HON.J. II. 1?ho*s, l)i»irk-f Judge. Jao. W. AKCTA.*U»K, WELMSGTOS. Clll'liC'll DIRECTORY: EPISOM-AI.. 'i IT* V. R^inoM M. Johnson. Rector. CoxtiitEc ATIOS Romas Railnw1 ilme Tables. i.ITTi.K FALLS «fc DAKOTA. EAST. Practice Ui all Stat-i and 1' tilted States Courts. Office over Helgesou k Ilaiiauu'a store. gPOONER JS FLAHERTY, Counselors at Law. L. c. jpnr^Eti, !. Iff II JJ L. HULBURD, w M. IIILAND, 3lto UUtnet At»r«ey. COUXTY OFFICKRS: C.KO. II. Mi-nro, Sheriff. UlSH WamsusT, rfe««tn*r. SiMi'Ri' IiAiisos, I'lirk District Court. Tnos. K. HEKS**. Auditor. IJ. II. Resistor of D««09. Jso. A. Gu.TiNiN, Jiulgi.' of Probate. C. 1.- Hsows, Attorney. H. 1-. Ui'ivi.ni-ni), foroner. 1). T. WUKATON, Surreyor. Mu UOCKKNTIN, Court (.'ommlseloner. J. A. JOHNSON, CO. Supt. of Scboole. VILLAGITOFFICBRS: K. E. XKNVKLL, President. c. i.. HI-.OWN, A. DEKAY, j-Councilors. J. E. DANIELSON, 1 II. 1$. 'Vm.Ff. Jso. A. I.ILTIXAN, Recorder. \V. J. MINKO, Treasurer. IIKNUV !?.\UWIN, ju(tic«80f the Peiro. HSSHT Hs.*TCNIN». D. T. WHEATOH, A«ses»or. *M. WKBBBS. Marshal. At.. U'-v. J. P. llti tctunson, I aitor MSTHOIIST, lu-v. B. I'll,'IDS, Pastor. CATUOI.IC, Iter. Pranels V\ atry, I rlest. SOAXOIVAVT.VN KVAIULTUCAL LCTUKRA!*, KI'V. H. Johnson. Castor. CIVIC SOCIETIES: F.*. & A.-. M.-.—Golden Sheaf Lodge No 13 !, Meets 1st and 3d Sa urd»T«of «ach month. K. J. Josjs, Sec. B. K. RUSK, W.M. G. A. B. G. A. .T. Ovorton Post, No. 99, meet* the Second and Fourth Fridays of each mouth, at 8 o'clock p. in. M. AV. ADI.EY, Communder. NV. I.. Coi.YEit. Adjutant. 8:00 s. m. ...14:30 p. Leaves Morris ai Arrives at Little Falla at tiOINU WSIT. Leaves Litt!i t\ill« at Arrive at Morn- :it ....2:50 p. n. 7:16 p. m. tnitis ou main lino, both north Conn ting v And so i h. ST "1'\.['IJ MIVSF.APOfilS A MANITOBA "3 ^RAILWAY-MAIN LINK. GOIXG EAST. Leave Morris, Daily Kxpress, l2=5J n-™• i. Except Sunday,13:10 p.m. G.I IN WEST. Lsavo Morris, Divily K-cpres*, ^22 a. m. Except Sunday, p.m. Brown'* Valley Trains: L-ave Arrive: HOT'S ".J: tip. tu. Brown's allay, (5:05 p.us Bron-.v'a's Valley, S:i5 s.iu. M«rr!», ll:3Sa.m A. vsvtr,. Gen. Manager. C. H. WABRKN, Gen. IVuu. A«t, W. M. Ro*ine. Local Aft. Arrival ami Departure of the- Mails. Alexandria face arrives Monday and Friday, depart. Ttwsdav and Saturday. GIenmod .tap arrive* Tuesday and Friday detmrts_ W«dn*|'dA and SatarAav. I'ostotrioe opens at at S P. M.. A. except Sunday. slosss OPEN ^unday from 11 M.tolP.M. M. L. lonPBT, 1 Jl. BUSINESS CARDS. FIBLIIBR B. J"NO. A. GILTINAX, esiw. B. L. 5SOW.H, County Attorney. jgROWN & CHEW, v. -^Counsellors at Law. Attorney at Law. MORRIS, MIX*. EO. E. DARLINI.T. Counselor at Law, ifnrrit, Minn. E. A. FLA a E ax T, i Practice in all Stal^and United States Courts. OMce over First National Bank. Lt?iPhysioiart and Surgeon. XORRTS, mux. Oftlce over G. II. Mtinro & Co.'s drnj store. Office hours from 8 to 9 o'clock A. X., and 1 to 8 A'clock P. at. •piIOS. E. nEENAN, U Physician and Surgeon. XORRIR, MINK. H. DL'LEY, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. ftgg"Office over Larson & Nilsoa's stare, Atlantic Ave., Morris, Minn. It. SUTHERLAND, Physician and Surgeon. Office over Sparr's Store. Officc IIour3—8 to 10 A. M., and 3 to 5 P. M. W. MAUG1IAN, Veterinary Surgeon. Ilorses and stock treated by the day, week or nsenth at special rates. Veterl lary mudicincs furnished co order. All calls prompt ly attended to. Stf Morris, Minn. R. II. HARDY, Veterinary Surgeon. Office at D. W. Watson's Livery Barn. Will treat all Diseases of Horses and Cattle. Charges Reasonable. Drayman. xonnis, MIX*. All Bnslnesa in onr Line Attended to Promptly ami in business like manner.. A. MCCARTHY, Notary Public, ABSTRACTER AND CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE A INSURANCE AGENT Office In Court House, w n n S I N N E S O A JMetropolitan Hotel, Morris, Minn. J. A. BEHIS, Formerly of the Lake Park Hotel, at Lake Park, Minn., Proprietor. The Honse has been Thoroughly Renovated, Refitted and Enrnifhed, making it Strictly First Clfii*rJ in n.vpcct, and Trill be conducted with a view to the comfort of the commercial trade and the travelling public generally. ARTLETT & ROBINSON, Commission Merchants. Special Attention Given toBuyingand Sell ing Grain, Flour and Feed. Firm 17 years Standing: 10 years Experience in handling Milling Wheat. Orders Solicited from Coun try Grain Men and Miller:-!. Office, Rooms 10 aiid 11,410 Washington Ave. 8., Minneapolis, Minn. Reference any Commercial Agenoy. GO TO pearce's, -EST MOI-iRIS, For your mixed paint?, brashes, machine oils, fence wire, crockery, oil stoves, docks, -hardware, binding twine, tinware, cutlery, rope, plated ware, furniture, mattresses, spring beds, screen doors, bird cages, coffins, Shrouds, etc. etc. as he keeps the best assort- joent In town and^a goodquality of goods. 97 SKIS i Published "Wednesdays. Official Paper of Stevens County. E. W. RANDALL, Publisher. Nerve of an Elephant Hunter. The coolest thing I over saw done in elephant shooting was one day myself and a friend wvre sitting iu the bunga low, when a coolie rushed in and in formed us that there was an elephant in the coffee. The only "battery" wo had in the bungalow, which was mere ly a,wooden shanty run up for tempor ary shelter at the new clearing, was an old percussion shotgun, used chicily for tiring "sparrow hail" at the legs of natives caugnt coffee stealing at night, and the only bullets we had, if I may be pardoned the "bull," were small shot with a few swan shot mixed. ,There was, however, a bullet mould which fitted the gun, so we set to work and cast some rough bullets, as we were determined to have a shot at the elephant even if it was with a pistol. Our next proceeding was to toss up who should have the shot, and it fell to my friend J. When we went out it was found that the elephant was not in the coil'ec, but on a strip of "patna," or grass, along side of it. J. accordingly weut down to the tournament, while I stood at a safe distance to cheer on the knight. When J. got on the "patna," he saw that the Drute he was going against was evidently a "roque" of the worst description, as he began to trumpet very loud. This is the first thing a "roque" does. I suppose he thinks "he will put the fear of death in the hunter. The next part of the show is for Jumbo to charge right down on you, still trumpeting and waving his trunk until he comes within about twenty yards, •when down goes the trunk, and at the same time, he lowers his head. This is the time to fire, and the only place you have any chance of bringing him down bv hitting is a small oval space jnst above the trunk. This is a vital spot, and if you hit this it is sure death to the elephant. J. was an old hunter, so he calmly awaited Mr. Jumbo's approach. Just at the right moment up went his gun to his shoulder, and I awaited breathlessly to see the Hash and behold, the roque fall. But no Hash came, and presently I saw J. running backward facing the elephant, and evidently feel-, ing in his pocket for something. The explanation was now easy, the infernal percussion cap had missed lire! Luck ily he had another, and in a moment, just as the elephant was upon him, I jsaw his gun again go up. There was ft fash, then a report, and down tumbled the huge beast just at J.'s feet in fact, so close was he that he had to jump aside to prevent the body falling on him. There are few men I know of, and I have met a few men of nerve ill my time, that would have the coolness to run backward in face of a charging elephant, remove the old cap and fed jn his pocket for a new one, and then fcill his quarry, I know of nothing more inclined to make one run the lir^f time of trying than to wait on an ele phant which is charging, but a better spirit comes over you and you shoot without a tremor.—American Field. (ipouting Oil-Wells in Russia. The principal oil-wells of the Baku district lie at Balaxamc or Balakhani, about six miles to the northeast of the town: this is an oil-field about three and a half miles in length by one an4 a half in breadth. To the south lies & smaller field called Bebeabat. One fountain at Balakhani, ninety-eight feet in depth, is noted as having been flow ing steadily for upward of two years, and still continuing to yield 800 barrels a day. Another well not far off, 490 feet deep, commenced its career by throwing up a jet thirty feet in the air, and then flooding the land with oil for a considerable distance al} around, overflowing other wells and several small refineries, so as effectually to stop their work. The roar of the rushing oil and gas could be heard a mile from the spot. Various flowing wells are said to yield 6,000 barrels a day, and some far more but, from the fact that these quantities are generally stated in the Russian measure of poods, it is not very easy to realize what is meant. One pood, we learn, is equal to thirty-six pounds English. Hence one thousand poods represent somewhere about six teen tons. Accounts have just reache4 England of an oil-fountain which was struck last December, and flows at thy rate of from fifty to sixty thousand poods daily, gushing forth with such, force as to break in pieces a three-inch cast-iron plate which had been fastened over the well in order to divert the flo-vf In a particular direction. In the same district a huge heap of sand marks the spot where an oil-spring, on being tapped, straightway threw up a column of petroleum to twice the height and size of the Great Geyser in Iceland, forming a huge black fountain two hundred feet in height—a fountain, however, due solely to the removal of the pressure on the conlincd gas, for there is no trace of volcanic heat. The fountain was visible for many miles round, and on the first day it poured forth about two million gallons, equal to fifty thousand barrels. An enterprising photographer who was on the spot secured a photograph which places this matter beyond cavil, The fountain continued to play for five months, gradually decreasing week State Seed Grain Text Hook *... One Mill and Common School School Lund. Principle School Land. 1 lite-rest Internal Improvement Land. Principle. Internal Improvement Land, Interest..., Comity lie venue County Poor County Koad and Bridge County Interest Town and Village Special School Hedemption Court llouse .'. Total l)ntc 1884. March. Same Brown Timothy Yaughan. Ilulburd Same April. K Helgespn.... Chas Levins Jno A Giltinan..., Same Geo E Darling Janes A Johnson.. Thos E Ileenan.., Donnelly Janes A Johnson., Same. Anna Holmlund. n Wells Same. Same. Same. Same. Samo Same Same Same Chas Haseltine... II Stanton Mrs Durst Thos E Ileenan Same. Mrs Quinn. Brown. DT Wheaton II llutchins K V b7 week, till it finally ceased to play, leav ing its unfortunate owners (an Arm enian company) well-nigh ruined by the claims brought against them hl neighbors whose lands were destroyed by the flood of oil.—Popular ticience Monthly for December. Harry Moss, a well-known journalist of Pascagoula, Fla., died lately, leaving a will, in which was the following: "1 desire that my body be dressed in sea* sonable apparel and placed on its back with a pillow under its head, etc., etc., in a sapling pen sufficiently close to keep out a mink, and with a good root slanting but one way bottle of wate£ on each side tightly corked, a door iii the pen fastened on thg inside with aC latch without any string to it. There i wish to be left forty days and nights. If, after that time anyone chooses to bury me, they can do so if they are certain I am dead, beside my father, or in the graveyard at Bermuda, but I don't enjoin it upon any one to bury^ me at all." It is evident that the tes-* tator wished every precaution taken against burying him alive. Helgeson. Hegland.. Finnegan... RJ Hall FINANCIAL STATEMENT. Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the County of Stevens, State of Minnesota, for the Fiscal Year ending February 28th, A. D. 1885.. NAMUM OF TUK 8KVBRAL,ItTHl)!*. Brown Maginnis... Chas llaseitine Ole Loftus A A Whittemore. Mrs Buckley James McXally... Mrs Durst Jud ge Giltinan Mrs" Olson Wheaton.... Chas llaseitine. Jno A Giltinan.... II Stanton Chas llaseitine.. Brown Whiteley Same Geo and Urban. Chas llaseitine. II Bracg Chas Maginnis.. Mrs Ole Olson Griffith Mrs Quinn.... Hegland.. Finnegan. llutchins. Hall Chas llaseitine., Same Thos E Ileenan Mrs Moriartjr II. Whiteley Chas Olson Henry Baldwin Thos E Ileenan.... W Hancock Merchants National bank St. Paul Same TliosE Ileenan Mrs Moriarty. Geo Urban... Brown Chas llaseitine Janes A Johnson Maginnis. William Ililand. Wm Tandy Mrs Buckley Brown James Minahan Same, A Steadman Helgeson & Hanson.... Bragg Wm Parker John Lingftn Christ Flatner Geo Holies..., Anthony Corcoran.*..... Wm Ililand.. AH Taisey..,,. A S a n i a n George Griffith.... ft. i. Thos Callahan. Gaffney Geo Barnard & Co... Same Pioneer Press Co llutchins & Co. Wm Waltcrstroff Wm McNally... Sever Larson Geo Barnard & Co... A-C Teare Geo Barnard 4 COr.. Elmquist Wesley 1 Iavener.'.... Miller Maginnis.. .Y. Whiteley r- V I 1,1'11 HMMIU-U. 14 3* 5 a v o 6 to .9 $ 834 38 W 02 M!) 2084 lf 732 93 4 84 8563 90 8746 12 89S4 83 872 33 660 G7 10%2 2610 8"29 5814 1078U 3270 Carrying election returns, Rends viile, 1883 Salary County Attorney Boarding prisoner, Morrow Redemption of laud Carrying election returns, Syn lies, 1883 Work on Court house Temporary relief of self and fam fy Carrying elections returns Care of Mrs Poplow and N.Har tin, County poor Temporary relief of Mrs Poplow Care of Nelson child Redemption of lards It 1 Salary Judge of Probate, Feb'y Redemption of land ti 44 Salary County Attorney Postage Treasurers fees from Jany 5th, to March 1st. Care County poor, Ed. Walter Redemption of land Carrying election returns, Darnen Fees and expenses carrying Marg. Poplow, to Tnsane hospital Temp, relief of A Nelsons family Abatement of personal tax, Pep perton, 1883, (Valuation re duced $100) Temporary relief County poor 5 days meeting Co. commissioners and 10 miles 5 days meeting Co. commissioners and 24 miles 5 days meeting Co. commissioners and 2 miles a days meeting Co. commissioners and 8 miles Redemption of lands Auditors-salary Temporary relief County Joor Postage stamps Petit juror Maj' term 1883 Postage and express Fees Probate Court, insane Balance due salary Supt. Court house Salary County attorney Support Buckley family, Finnegan Salary County Physician Member of jury for insane, Mrs Poplow Commissioners work 3 days and mileage Carrying election returns, Moore, 24 miles, Nov. 1883 Salary Judge of Probate, March Insurance on Court house & Jail $3,000 Ileckla Ins. Co. Salary Supt. of Schools, March Auditors salary Election returns Donnelly 1883 Insurance Gn furniture and fix tures in Court house & Jail Postage and express Jany. Feb. & March 1884 Tempo'y relief of Anna Peterson County bond No. 5, issued March 22, 187G County bond No. 6, issued March 22, 187G County bond No. 7, Hutcliins' order Expre^ and postage Auditors salary Tempo'y relief of self amf family Salary County attornoy Redemption of land 1 day meeting County commission ers and mileage 1 day meeting County commission ers and mileage 1 day meeting County commission ers and mileage 1 day meeting County commission ers and mileage 1 day meeting County commission ers ana mileage Bond No. 9 Coupon No Bond 9, Interest Freight and drayage of office fur niture Temporary relief County poor Temporary relief County poor (Ed. Walters) Salary for County attorney Redemption of land Salary Supt. schools Services notifying jury Freight on furniture and drayage Janitors salary Relief of self and family Salary County Attorney Excavating at Court house Moving outhouse Interest on orders Supplies County poor Return of births and deaths Return of births and deaths Digging grave &c. Jury fees" State against Hoard Jury fees State against Hoard Posting school notices Boarding County Poor, Quinn family Return of births and deaths Wood for Court house Juror fees State vs. Howard Juror fees and guarding jail Juror fees State va. Howard Books and stationery Blanks and postage Auditors statements Sawing wood for Court house Returning births and deaths Auditors callendar Finding Frozen body Stationery and records Repairing clock Witness fees State vs. Howard Recording Sheriffs fees MORRIS, MINN., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1886. $ 2391 07,$ 3226 35 $14,676 78 $51,013 54 $66,290 32 $55,477 31 $10,813 01 The following are the expenditures for which County orders have been issued. To whom issued. Mrs Quinn Janes A Jonlison Cnas llaseitine The Central Land Co. iChas llaseitine Same |P Brandt FOR WHAT PUItPOSE ISSUED. Temporary relief County Poor. Salary Superintendent of schools Redemption of Land April. 8 J! *3 fi 8 (b fl 6ft 0 o o si 3 8 a js a o a fe 538 05 8CRS 30 $ 1 11 00 207 55 3-J'JO oy 1144 85 1460 51) 838 001 607 (X)! 13015 D3| 2507 08' 4 841 8468 511 6718 86! 10608 !)3! 3594 12! 560 67! 21)7 141 00 207 55 3672 73 1294 85 1676 17 .338 0(1 630 80 13016 82 3337 08 4 84 11093 22 8560 52 14765 6!) 3643 04 560 67 611 18 3061 1 "21 4 1040 338 85 70 81 30 383 64 150 00 215 58 23 80 80 830 00 2624 71 1841 66 4156 76 48 92 Amount. $ 8 00 33 33 25 31 23 51 23 71 26 25 41 0G 1 80 20 00 3 00 10 10 2 40 I 200 00 24 00 3 00 30 001 40 10 00| 12 29 17 61 25 00 19 07 17 13 10 00 5 00 499 60 20 00 11 68 80 51 75 10 00 2 60 8 00 i 16 60 17 40 i 15 20 15 80 11 55 21 80 93 00 5 00 5 00 9 50 2 15 3 00 20 00! 24 16 40 00 100 00 Lowater Same Thomas Colahan E W Randall Geo Barnard & Co... Henry Fels Wollf & Diedoricks Archie Young a s u s s o n Jno A Giltinan. Chew James Havener Webber II llutchins A E Winnege Ilulburd Maginnis Henry Isherwood A McCarthy........... E Newell E Danielson Lars Noble Good Cameron Amberg & Co. Not issued, see no. 3950] 3ioneer Press Co Wolff Youman & Killian John Fleawert Gaffney K Gray Pioneer Press Co John Cary Robert A Calvert A A Whittemore W W Griswold Chew & Giltinan May. Same Maginnis Same Thomas Colahan John Wilson Matt Diedericks Geo II Munro.. Henry Baldwin. Miller. •SF' 3 00 11 00 2 40 25 00 5 00! April 60 00 33 33 109 00 9 00 60 00 3 00 18 00 500 00 300 00| issued March 28,1876 County Bond No.. 8, issued April 6,1876 Interest on Borid No. 5 & 6 over due and coupon 8 bond 5 coupon 8 bond 6 Interest on Bond 7 past due and coupon 8 bond 7 with inter' est on same Interest on Bond 8 past due and coupon 8 bond 8 with inter est on samo Exchange & expenses Co. bonds Coupon 7 Bond 11 with interest on same Redemption of lands a Temporary relief of Connty poor, 300.00 101 57 37 43 36 33 1 60 23 47 13 47 18 76 30 00 12 00 48 00 8 00, 35 00 i 11 17 I 3 20 5 00 4 60 5 401 800 00 86 00 6 66 5 00 80 20 16' 10 50 86 38 50 00 6 01 81 45 24 00 26 18 00 I 4 25 02 70 501 2 50 50 26 70 I 8 25 12 00 81 75 1 50 1 25 2 75 5 00 1© 00 87 25 1 00 8 52 1 25 2 85 -frf v Cancelling stamps Whiteley ThosE Heenan... iiutchins II Baldwin ThosE neenan Chas naseltine Same Wm Tandy Janes A Johnson Brown Jno A Giltinan PA Mccarthy.....,,,,,, II inilburd-, Wnt Reinhavdt, Chas naseltine, June. 300 00 Samo Same Same. cynthia Dopkins cnas naseltine Chas Maginnis Edgar Blancliard Mrs Durst Merchants National bank St. Paul Same Wmuiland ii Whiteley. ii Whiteley co. Treasurer Jno A Giltinan.* ThosE Heenan Same.. chas naseltine George uarding ThosE neenan Good n Whiteley First National Bank of Morris.,.,,,,,, it Wells. 3 80 Pioneer Press co. Geo Barnard & CO.... Janes A Johnson....... Geo Urban... Wheaton 3 W Arctander, to State Treasurer., Whoaton. A Johnson.... frL iiulburd. t... Wm Tandy... ... July. 00 W 80 8 00 1 47 6 15 2 75 1 00 7 00 50 50 4 001 Brown. First Nat. bank, St. Paul Same Same Margaret Buckley Charles Kittelson treasurer JD Wheaton S Same The central Land co chas naseltine I) Wheaton Jlrs Durst 0 Brown Jno A Giltinan Chas naseltine it Stanton. Jno A Giltinan ThosE neenan iiulburd Fuel for Court house i Boarding County poo£' ". Stationery and Prlntiii| Books and stationery Return of births ana deaths Fuel for Court house Return of births and deaths Printing and stationenr Witness fees State vs. Howard Sheriffs fees Stato cases Justice fees State cases Marsh alls' fees State cases Services as coroner Sheriffs fees State cases Board and care County poor Rubber Stamp Register Supplies County poor Witness State case Board of Mrs Poplow Work, labor, material, fuel Ac.,1 for Court house Assessment supplies Ac* 1000 Treasurers receipts Sundries and stationery for Coun ty offices Team for Sheriff Witness fees State case Board and care of A King Justice and Jury fees Sheriff sales book Damages by county road Witness fees State case Extra work on Court house Damage bv County road Printing Commissioners proceed ings & Financial statement Stationery, blanks and notices Cleaning cellar and laying side walk Drawing jury Boarding county poor Witness fees State case Discount on fuel bill Stationery & sundries Co. officers 'Clerk fees .(List of Mortgages for taxes E Jones & Son Lumber for court house &e. Pioneer Press Co [Records for Registers office A A Stone |Galvanized pipe and work II llutchins iDrawing jury HB Hancock Good ThosE Heenan Mrs Conrad Durst Hulburd. Brown... Merchants National bank Chas llaseitine jMcrchants National bank Chas Haseltine The Central Land Co.... II Stanton Merchants National bank George Harding.... Frank Griffith A Steadman Hegland DT Wheaton. Galvin Thos Dolan Casej' Michael Fitzgerald Anthony Corcoran W Bailey Dudley Hall Thomas McCanneiy..... S Robinson W Jackson O Clementson James Brennan Ray Nordstrom Wm Gordon A A Peck W K Walker. Frank Smith George Borrill.. WF Miller E Hill .T Thompson ThosE Ileenan Chas Maginnis......., James Griffith The Central Land co Chas Haseltine. Ji}0 A Gijtinan. 0 Brown Quinn Temporary relief county poor, Danielson Redemptions Petit juror gen'l May term 1884 Deputy sheriff May term Auditors salary Sheriffs fees May tern* Deputy sheriffs fees Redemption Salary Judge of probate Salary county attorney Deputy clerk of court, gen'l May term, 1884 Auditors salary Signing Orders 3 times clerk gen'l may term 1884 Auditor salary and clerk|^ilre Redemption 4 4 44 Janitors Salary Salary supt of schools couniy attorney salary Judge of probate clerk hire county physician saly, poor fond Petit juror gen'l May term Redemptions Jailors fees for May 1884 carrying election returns Relief county poor, Henry Arden and Christ Tomson Bond 11 Coupon 8 bond 11 Freight oharges and drayage furniture Postage Fees for collecting taxei Tax refunded Postage and express Auditors salary Redemptions Tax refunded (over paid) Interest on order no. 4166 Tajr refunded (over paid) Interest on orders no. 4140, 4180, 4198,4101 Interest on orders no. 7332, 7404, 4119, 4158, 4153,4154 In't.s on order no. 4147, 4141, 4102 Interest on order no. 4069, 4070 4101, 4100, 4007, 4109 Postage and express Temporary relief of Ed Walters Redemptions District attorneys salary Redemption Salary of supt of schools Salary county physician Salary janitor Salary connty attorney In't (1 year) on L. If & D. R. R. Bonds to Jany 1st 1884 6 months interest on L. F. & D. R. I\ coupons due Jany 1st 1884 year interest on court house bonds Temporary relief May & June State K iiclgeson..... Margaret Buckley Finnegan Chas Maginnis Finnegan K Helgeson.,.,,.... n a i i iiegland.......«.., WheatoQ,-. State drafts no. 5352,5375 & 5376 Redemption Redemptions K K Temporary relief Gus Towfson Salary county attorney Salary judge of probate cancellation of tax sale 44 (I Salary judge of probate Auditors salary Juror service in insane case, pop!, fund com. work on road and bridgo (Continaed in Supplement.! if- V ''fi -•4r 'V'niii -_p iillWIwr^iaCTWftMWBOTBtyyB** I 19 50 47 50 1 50 64 87 49 50 1 25 228 50 2 75 4 00 13 75 19 50 3 52 5 90 30 10 4 25 83 20 14 60 88 00 2 25 10 92 1 00 10 00 4$ MORRIS, 15 87 52 1800 11 63 6 00 1 00 55 00 4 15 4 50 10 00 1 00 1254 56 85 00 280 28 10 40 8 00 8 00 4 50 8 16 6 00 8 63 81 20 8 00 66 05 43 50 8 10 3 10 work, Moving" county officers, lumber &c. Lumber, nails, railing &c., court house Clerk hire Temporary relief Henry Arden Christ Thompson, county poor Salary county physician, April Transportation of sick pauper to hospital, advanced Coupon 6 bond 15 coupon 6 bond 16 coupon 6 bond 17 cou pon 6 bond 18 Redemptions Coupon 8 bond 10 Redemptions (4 Bond 10 (old series) i Hedemption !Freight charges on furnitnre 'Temporary relief county poor, Mrs 92 16 toi 89 62 80 00 38 00 85 00 6 25 120 00 109 27 24 00 22 47 16 79 18 17 200 00 81 72 5 81 6 00 80 00 12 92 4 40 6 60 5 80 5 40 6 60 4 20 5 40 6 00 8 00 4 20 6 60 6 80 0 40 5 80 5 40 5 60 6 00 6 40 5 80 4 20 6 00 U 63 6 00 6 00 4 55 4 45 20 00 80 00 i He Largest Store, SAMUEL LARSON. 6 00 40 00 9 60 6 00 151 22 14 88 9 54 35 00 33 83 8 16 25 00 18 00 25 00 3 80 20 94 5 45 8 31 29 56 7 83 20 03 10 50 4 00 72 00 180 00 81 60 5 00 571 10 1 59 7 19 10 00 5 88 28 09 12 60 50 6 30 61 95 13 44 800 30 00 25 96 52 58 20 55 34 16 25 00 25 00 54 16 4000 00 140 00 1800 00 24 00 4930 05 10 05 18 40 15 33" 47 93 21 76 6 42 54 16 15 00 12 63 13 25 10 00 250 00 3 00 5 QQ r,. Temporary relief self and familjfc Com. work 2 day and mileage Carrying patient to insane asylum and expense^ commiH:\onoMi service 8 days and mileage com. service 3 days and 20 miles com. service 3 days and 8 miles com. service 3 days and 10 raijet. Redemption of land 13 00: 10 001 45 2$ F«r Cash *r la exchang* for Country ^Produce. Also, 11 40' 11 00 9 80 10 00 15 20 The OldestStore In Morris Dry Goods, I" tlie one where you will find a complete and ele gant stock^or Boot)^aud|Shoe», Lmlles' CloahsJHate and Caps, and Groceries. Alljgooda will te sold at lxttom prices. Callfanl|see us, H. B. Wolff. GENERAL MERCHANT, MORRIS. MINN". MAT. DIEDRICH, Wootl and Coal Dealers. WOOD AND GOAL OF ALL. KINDS, At VervLow Prices. Larson & Nilson, MORRIS, MIXN. Dealers in DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, GROCERIES, BEADY" 3^LiL.!3DE.CaLOTE:ES GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Hats, Gaps, Boots, Shoes, Crookerv, Glassware, ©to. All of Which we.WHl Sail at Bottom Prices, Also, Agents for the Celebrated STOUGHTON WAGON, Norwegian Plow Company's Plow, DUBUQUE, IOWA. Atlantic Avenne, Between 5th and 6th sin In MOBB1S, and FARMS Throughout the Country, for Sale by HMiKPi $2.00 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. DRUGGIST, The. Largest Stock, Ull Im! PRICES! iMiiisrisr. Notions, NILS A N1LSON. H. WHITELEY, J. D. GOOD, Dealer in yi Heal Estate Agent, SEEDERS, Ml iir i CiH Jacks! ffi 3ZC. liiiiiiii iiiiMfrjjfiMii'm MiiaBtilluijilujji i'1"'