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j*V- V Vi VOL. XVI.NO. 5. 3£lue ^vilmu£» Published Wednesdays. R. O. STEVENS, Publisher. Offlciai Paper of Storens County. [OFFICIAL.] County Commissioners. Regular Meeting, 1891. Official January, Report of ceedings. the Pro- The Board of County Commission ers of Stevens County, State of Min nesota, met at the Auditors office in Morris, in said county, January 6th, 1891, at 10 o'clock a. m., the same be ing Tuesday after the first Monday. Present—A. P. Dye, Thorpe, Doh len, Camp and Heller. N. R. Spurr was elected temporary chairman, when the board proceeded „to elect a chairman for the ensuing year, resulting in the election of A. P. Dye. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. The road committee, Commissioners Thorpe and Camp, appointed at the October session to visit the premises and examine as to the damages claim ed by Charles Eystad, Thos. Anderson and Christian Gaarder, by reason of laying out and locating the Igo road through their several lands, reported in favor of allowing Charles Eystad the sum of $75.00, Thomas Anderson the sum of $80.00, and Christian Gaar der .§30.00. On motion the report of the commit tee was accepted and the auditor in structed to draw warrants for the sev 1 amounts named, in favor of the respective parties. The report of the committee appoint ed October 6th to examine as to the proposed change of highway as pray ed for in petition of Adam Anhault and others was unfavorable, which re port was adopted. The bonds of county officers were fixed as follows for the ensuing year: Treasurer, $36,000.00. Auditor, $5,000.00. Coroner, $500-00. The bond of Arthur C.Thorpe, trea surer, for $36,000.00, with K. C- Hel geson, John Erickson, Johan H. Brev ig, G. C. Thorpe and Frank W. Wil cox as sureties, was approved. The bond of Thomas E. Colahan, register of deeds elect, with John Mc Nally, and Thos. Colahan as sureties, in the sum of $1,000.00, was approved. The bond of George E. Darling, judge of probate, with Wentworth J. Dumble and Archibald A. Stone as sureties, in the sum of $1,000-00, was approved. The bond of George H. Munro for $5,000.00, with John House, Daniel T. Wheaton, H. L. Hulburd,Wm. Wunch and John W. Harris as sureties, was approved. 1 B. C. Stevens, court commissioner elect, bond with John D. Good and Charles Wintermute as sureties, in the sum of $1000,00, was approved. The bond of Daniel T. Wheaton for $500.00, with H. W. Stone, H. L. Hul burd and Heman W. Stone, Jr., as sureties, was approved. The bond of S. H. Duley, coroner, with John D. Good and W. L. Colyer -as sureties, in the sum of $600.00, was approved. The bond of N. R. Spurr, auditor, for $5,000.00, with Henry B. Wolff, John House, Lelan'd H. Wellington and Christian Flatner as sureties, was approved- Adjourned to 10 c?clock a. sou Wed- WTDIfXSItt*. 10 a. m.—Members present—Chair man Dye, Thorpe, Dohlen and Heller. The matter of the petition of Wm. Biordan and others for the formation of a new school district, laid over from last meeting, was taken up. Argu ment was heard from parties interest ed on either side, occupying the time of the forenoon session. ^jpuraed to half-past one o'clock ..Hwu1 p. m. AFTER TOON SESSIOIf. All of the members present. The Riordan school matter was again considered and further argument was heard, when a motion deferring action until later in the session was carried. On motion the board appropriated $18.41 to reimburse the town of Fram nas for money paid for lumber used jn building the bridge across the Pom me de Terre river on the Osakis road. The report of Superintendent of Schools Bicknell was received and ac cepted- The reportof Clerk of CourtThom asson was accepted and placed on file. The application of Con. Noonan for correction of assessment tencblfttfte ment of taxes was recommended favor au&tac. Peter G. Larson made application for abatement of taxes, also recom mended to state auditor. The following standing committees were appointed by the chairman: Finance—Dohlen, Heller, Thorpe. Roads and Bridges—Full board. Printing—Thorpe, Heller, Dohlen. Court House and Grounds—Thorpe, Camp, Dohlen, Dye. Adjourned to half-past one p.m. AFTERNOON SESSION. All of the members present. The salaries of county officers were fixed as follows: Auditor, $1,200.00. Treasurer, $1,200.00. Supt. of Schools, $490.00. Auditor's clerk hire, $381.00. A motion was made by M- Camp, seconded by Com. Heller, that the county attorney's salary be fixed at six hundred dollars for the ensuing year. An amendment was moved by Com. Thorje, making it $800. Car ried as amended. The following resolution was car ried: RESOLVED, That this board grant the prayer of the petitioners, Wm. Rior dan and others, and that a new school district be formed and created, con sisting of the following described ter ritory, to-wit: Sections 25, 34, 35, 36, and the east half of section 26, of the town of Darnen the west half of sec tion 31, of the town of Hodges: sec tion 6 and the west half of section in the town of Moore, to be known as school district No. 50, in Stevens county. Adjourned to 10 a. m. Thursday. THURSDAY. 10 o'clock a. m— Board met agree ably to adjournment, with all mem bers present. The petition of P. F. Casey to have his certain described lands set off from school district No-12 and at tached to school district No. 47, was indefinitely postponed. The committee on printing reported the following: To the Board of County Commission ers of the County of Stevens and State of Minnesota: GENTLEMEN :—Your committee to whom was referred the question of county printing, beg leave to submit the following report: That your committee, after some years experience in the matter of let ting the printing of the county by bids, has invariably found the rule of action adopted by the board has al ways been checkmated by the local newspapers and resulted in a pool, the outcome of which caused the county to pay full legal rates. Your committee do hereby recom mend that the MOBBIS TBIBCNE be designated as the official paper for Stevens county for the ensuing year, and to be paid at the rate of 70 per cent, of legal rates. G. C: THORPE, O N. DOHLEN, Committee. Morris, Minn., Jan. 8,1891. I, one of the committee on printing, do object to the above report and insist on calling for bids. F. W. HELLEB. Report adopted. The following resolution was adopt ed: RESOLVED, That the MOBBIS TBIB UNE, a weekly newspaper published in the English language in the Village of Morris, Stevens county and state of Minnesota, which newspaper has been so published and generally circulated in this county for more than one year next preceding this date, be and the same is hereby designated as the newspaper in which to publish the delinquent tax list of taxes delinquent on the first Monday of January, A. D. 1891 and that the said newspaper be and the same is hereby designated as the official newspaper of Stevens county for the year A. D. 1891 all of such printing and publishing to be done by such newspaper for seventy per cent of the legal rate. Dated January A. D. 1891. G. C. THOBPE. I hereby agree to do the above spec ified printing at said rate. Jan. 8,1891. As required by law, the board se lected from the qualified electors of the several election districts of Stev ens county, seventy-two persons prop erly qualified to serve as grand jurors, and the same number properly quali fied to serve as petit jurors, made separate lists thereof, which lists were certified and signed by the chairman of the board and attested by the clerk, and delivered to the clerk of the district court. GRAND JtJBOM. David Rankin, Chris A. Olson, Spies J. Danens, Albert Waldron, James Milan, Wm. Huntley, Stewart Wells, P. W. Durkee, Syver Erickson, Walter Page, Clifford B. Park, M. W. Dealey, Homer Eddy, James Kelly, James Hanlon, John Ryan, Patrick F. Casey, Knute Hallman, William Busse, L. J. Schlattman,. John McNally, Jr* W. W. Britt, Thomas Schmidt, Martin Daly, Patrick McCarroU, Albert Eklund, Charles Dablow, James Brennan, Edward Casey, C. K. Light, B. J. Smith, H. D. Moore, John Kling, A. Rohrenbach, Frank Wiltzen, Theodore Brans John P. Backius, B. Rasmusson, Ernbrin Moen, John Larson* Carl Retzlaff, Benj. Falk, Carl Podrata, Arne Erickson, Jacob Wendt, Eugene Day, C. YoungquiBt, Knute Nelson, Herman Kerl, W. B. Hancock Samuel Larson, John D. Good, C. Wintermute, T. J. Moore, J. E. Danielson D. T. Wheaton Chas. Wilson, Albert DeKay, David Kemp, Tory Syverson. PETIT JtttORS. Thomas O. Foss. Fred GetchelL Cyrus J. Blackman. John Benzin. Henry Fels. Joseph O'Reilly. William Burringten. John O'Reilly Abram Lee. R- B.McArthur, Peter Peterson. John Rowles. John C. Campbell. David Linsley. Wilfred Roberts. Andrew Hardin. John Leuthard. Hans Johnson. James H. Beatty. Henry J. Schrapp. L. H. Pushor, Enoch Leavitt. Chas. O. Anderson. August Mueller. Henry Hubert. Andrew Stonberg. George Blase. M. Hendrickson. Syver Larson. Chris. Syverson. Chris. N. Dohlen. Ole A. Maanum. Erik Larson. Ole Falk. James Dennison. Charles Stinson. H. B. Wolff. Geo. F. Cogel. John Jay Pimm. Ziba Caswell. Sid. J. Stebbins. Eugene Atwood. Charles Eystad. Carl Leaman. John Lenz. T. A. Gaarder. Ole Loftus, Sr. Gilbert Drovdall. John C. Hall. Theo. H. Barrett. Milo Dubry. Amory G- Rugg. Adam Keim. A. C. Mackenzie. Wm. Gausman, John G. Hvile. Sam'l Anderson. P. O. Thorstad. Ole O. Malland Herman Winter. A. Aannund. Andrew Wilson. L. H. Wellington. W. L. Colyer. F. Miller. Wm. J. Morris. Cyrus Allen John J. Cairney. Carl Buckentin. William Logue. Michael Fitzgerald, T. A. Callahan. A. P. DYE, Chairman. Attest: N. R. SPUBB, Auditor. Adjourned to 10 a. m. Friday. FRIDAY. 10 a. m.—Board met as per adjourn ment. All the members present The petition of Mrs. Adrian Fagan to be set off, with her described lands, from school district No. 47 and attach ed to district No. 19, for reasons set forth in her petition, was presented to the board and the date for hearing the same was fixed at the March session. Walter Page also petitioned the board to be set off with his lands from school district No. 23 and attached to district No- 3. The next meeting of the board on March 3d, 1891, was the date named for hearing said petition, The finance committee reported in favor of allowing the following bills, which was adopted: Geo Lowoter, hauling coal for court house 30 45 Pioneer Press Co, blanks for clerk V R. C. STEVENS, Proprietor MOBBIS TRIBUNE. The bond of R. C. Stevens, as coun ty printer, in the sum of $1,000, with John D. Good and Chas. Wintermute as sureties, was approved. A 'Fred Halbe, •^illiam Reker, '•&. G. Parsons, &Q. McRoberts, E.MBurlingame, Christian Kline, William Bach, 0 Wax. Stewart, JPredriek Rentz, 4- L. Hegland, A. L. Hanse, CUe Johofcott, qI$ court S 10 Same, election blanks..... 140 8&me, election blanks 00 Geo Barnard A Co, Bmsg, canvassing election returns, 21 80 Golden, delivering electioa returns. 1 JO K Light, same ...... 80 Johu Lenz, same.. .. "^OO Wm Gausman, same A Casey, deliv election returns 1 00 Thos Thoniafison, fees court cases X8 80 Same, Same 19 45 Geo II Munro, sheriffs fees IBS 96 K Sutherland, medical attendance prisoners 8 00 It Stevens, pub proceeding^.. 18 09 Thos Colahan, meftls to Jury 80 .Munro, sheriffs fees 25 John Storor, witness fees ... 4 J® Mrs Oras8inn.n, witness fees 8 08 EmniH Grnssman, same #88 ON Dohlen, road committee A Wit ness fees 11 20 O N Dohlen, road committee Golden, wood for court houM, E Pearce, gloss for court house Stone A Dumble, for court home K Colahan, rHgjgter* fees Munro, fees and mileage N Stewart. Intersst on coal accounts.. I) Good, supplies for court liouse.t.. Walter Booth, election blanks Jacob fiee, Jury fees Martin O Hatner, jury fees U .Stevens, printing Thos McCanney, delivering eleotloa returns James Flynn, witness fees Munro, sheriffs fees A Pepper, fees state eases,. 1) Gillespie, justice fees MORRIS, MINN., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY OenoralJOlrectory. JUDICIAL OFFICERS D*trlotJudge-Hon. G. suppltM county officers Si 70 Same, supplies county offlocrs... "1# TO Sam Mathews, meals to Jury 4 00 Li Pnslior, com mretlng 6 90 Fritz Buckentin, supplies for county. 86 A Liye & Co, supplies for county 8 55 A Milo Camp, road com c. Ptflsldent—W ,T Munro Councilors—H H.ludson, Anton watske I. E Pearce, Timothy Murphy ffwisuwr—Samuel Larson. Iblcorder—W. W. Oris wold Marshal—T E Colahan Justice* of the Peace—Cavld Kemp, E Camp Assessor—D.T. Wheatota village Attorney—W W Grlswold Fire Wardens—J A A. O. U. "W.—Morris T,odf?e, No. 85, meets each Tuesday evening at their hall A. E. ANDERSON, M. W. J. D. GILLESPIE, Recorder. A.O.H.—Division No. 1, meetslst Son day and tblrd Thursday of each month. S A FLAHERTY, Pres't M. P. MORRIS, Reo. Seo'y. 0. T. A. SOCIHTY.—Father Matrhew Hoole ty, No. 7»50of the Catholic Total Abstinence Society of Anierioa. regular meetings lstand 8d Sundays of each month, in Assumption Churoh, immediately after Mass. Visiting members respectfully Invited. W. MAUGHAM, 90 1 00 1 BO 1 50 U 90 200 1 A mileage ... at as aw im (O i 00 David Kemp, Justice fees 4700 The following bills were laid over: Thos Colahan, fees state oasim... 8 Pulllam. fees state cusnfc. e«» 16 60 115 66 45 Ott tootion adjourned. A. P. Dyb, Ch'n. N. B. SPUBB, Auditor. Frequently accidents occur fn"" "the household which cause burns, cuts, uprnins and bruises for use in such cases J,)r. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liol fflent has for many years been Htant favorite family remedy. UMibmtk-4* iJm* r^'r Veterinary Snrgeopi^ MORRIS, MINKESOTA. E. DARLIIfG. 7 JB 00 O Anderson, same 60 Munro, sheriffs fees tax 4ft 80 Stone A Dumble, repairs on coart house .. 17 85 Christ Eul, draying 78 A Parsons, witness fees 4 04 8yverson Thorstad. repairing regis ter tn Jacob Trost, deliv election returns, "88, ft 00 8ame, *88, 8 00 Counselor at Law. Praotloetn all State and United StatesCourta. Office over Helgeaon A M. O. BICKNELL, 10 00 A mileage 00 N U Hpurr, canvassing election re turns si go (.' Thorpe, road com A Wells Bros mileage...... ft 00 A Hanson, goods to prit* oner 4 95 II Hulhurd, Hundrles to prisoners and offloers 30 30 A Dye, canvassicg election ret 1* 30 (lillespte, canvassing election rat. 21 SO I' Mackenzie, delivering election returns Gould win ft the V. as to 1« 00 ti JJ L. HULBCSB* n as* S Fenton, delivering election ret.... John Daly, same By verson 4 Thorstad, repairing fur nace and supplies 8 Stewart, ooal for court house FA Hanoock,oll for court house...... Jas Flf nu. laying cement lu vault dhpwpwwwUfc'itti ,„ L. Brown COUNTY OFFICERS UerlfT—George H. Munro Treasurer—A. C. Tliorpe .. Clerk of DlntrlotCourt—Thos. ThomaMO® Auditor—N It Hpurr lUglsterof imrrts—'T E Colahan Jbdge of Probata—George E. Darling Attorney—M A. Flaherty Coroner—S Duley Surveyor—D. T. Wheaton Court Commissioner— StflVtM County Buptof Schools—L MaolntoslT VILLAGE OFFICERS Johnson, O FTewfcS burv, K Halght TOWN CLERK8 Framnas—E E Solseth. Jr,NashPO •*. Oarn»n—H Bragg, Morris Seott—P Church, Morris Stevens—John Daly, Morris Swan Lake—O N Dohlen, Nash Moore—Henry Felt, Hancock Peppertoti—Fred Rentz, Morris. Bak er— Kred Domarus, Morris Donnelly—G E Anderson, Donnelly Eldorado—L 8 Burllngame, Herman Everglade—J 8 Robinson 8y*ni«s— 9chrapp«. Morris RwKlsvltle—A Young, Morris Morris—11 Hall. Morris Horton— Dennis Dewane, Morris Bodges— Part, Hancock CHURCH DIRECTORY Congregational—R«v. H. M. Herrick, Pastor Methodist—Rev. Ellery, Pastor Roman Catholic—Rev. Goo. Gaskell, Priest Scandinavian Evang'l Luth'a—Rev. P. A* Dletriohson.of Scandis, Pastor CIVIC SOCIETIES A. F. A A. M.—Golden Sheaf Lodge, No.188, meets 1st and 3d Saturdays of each month. F. A. HANCOCK, W. M. W. W. GBISWOLD, Sec'y G. A.R.—Overton Post,No. 99, meetslst and at 8 o'clock |R. J. 41 P. A. MCCARTHY,Pres't E. P. O'BRIEN,Seo'y MT. LEBANON R. A. CHAPTER, No.47, meets first Wednesday of each month. DAVID KEXP, H. P. W. C. BICKNELL, Sec'y. KNIGTH8TEMPLAR.—Bethel Command er, meets 2d and 4tbMondays of eaoh month. E. J. JONES, E. C. C. C. HANSON,Rec I.O.O.F.—Crystal Lodge, No. 182, meets at lt8 Ballon Monday evening of each week. B. J. SMITH, N. G. C. J. CROONQUIST, R. 8. THE PTTBIilC LIBRARY Will be open as follows: Wednesday and Saturday afternoons from 4 to fi Wednesday evening, 7 to «, and Saturday evening, 7 jo 10. J. BTOXSESS OASJDS. A. MCCARTHY, Notary Fublio and Convey ancer. Abstraoterand Examiner of Titles. 3peoial attention given to business before the United States Land Office and PenslorfBureau. De fective titles remedied and perfected. Real Estate. Loans an] Insurance. MORRIS, JIIMN. S. H. DULEY, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. ^Officeover Larson A Nilson's store. Atlantic Ave., Morris, Minn. R. 8UTHERLAND, Physician and Surgeon. Office over Stevens County Bank. Office Hours—8 to 10 A.3L,, and 3to&P.&I. '.it. Li '4.' *&-Mr ». ALL, 8d Fridays of each month, at 8 o'clock H.T. BBVAKS,AdJt p. Attorney at Law, MORRIS, MINNESOTA oAee over Stevens A. Hanson's store. A^VliAHBRTT, Lawyer. MOBBIS, MIHHBSOTA il *(|Attwrney. Co. Bank, st23-85 JJ. T, BE VANS, mile- Attorney at Law, O K I S N E S O A W. REYNOLDS, Counselor at Law, ^raclTees In all Courts of the State and Unltod Htntes, and take Important oaaea «. Land Office. 4£ 00 80 Offlxx-avex tin. Uraat County Bank, 00 4ft 40 HERMAN, MINN. PhyBioisn and Surgeon, MORRIS, MINN. OfUce 12 (v90 8 60 over Chas. W. Rohne's drug store. «loo hoars from 8 to• o'clock 'cio«k A. v. k. m., ind 1 to TJUHND Is the Best Household Remedy Extant for PILES, $ALT RHEUM, AND ALL SKIN DISEASES, Prise 60 cents. Send 3 two-cent ",'« l|" %&&&***?>*!!•! "T *fNf* Also LIMB, Here are a Few Men D. GILLESPIE. Librarian. MCCARTHY. VkJ 0 ECZEMA, stamps for free sample box and book. TAR-0ID COMPANY, Chicago, L. HI. HULBUBD it 00-, AGENTS. riS:c\ ,v vj. 2\. Xhe Red Front Grocery —Will hereafter be found !n the— -ISTe'w Briok. Blook, With a Pull Line of JWr-fANCY CRIMES /Ifce Finest Line of Bottled Goods, Canned, Preserved i and Evaporated Fruits in the city: Teas and Coffees a Specialty! New Stock of Crockery and Glassware! Car Load of Bran and Shorts Just Received Have also added a FUtaE LINE OF BOOTS AND SHOES, Which I will sell fcr Cash at Bottom Prices. vCash paid for Eggs and Potatoes. Highest Market Price Paid for First-class Dairy Butter. CH.L AND §EE MF, ....... IP. EC^^TCOO^. A Full and Oomplete Stock of All Kinds of LTJ JB E R, attention Overshoes Must Go! Slankets and Flannels Must Go! Underwear Must Go! P. fl. McCftRTHY S CD.. MOBBIS, MjHSnSTESOTA. ABSTRACTS, Real Estate, Mortgage Loans, Investments, Insurance, Collections. Notaries Public, Conveyancers. Ocean Steamship Tickets, Foreign Exchange. Mr Uastorn Arrangements enables us to give the Very Best Inducements* on everything we offer the public. Call on us ana see what we have to offer. W& think wc can satisfy the. people generally. MCCARTHY f, fl. Associate Eastern Office:—-CRIBB8, MCCARTHY & CO., 108 4th Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa, SYVERSON & THORSTAD, -Dealers in- i iiJimuU, Sheet Iron and Copper Workers. GENERAL JOB SHOP, Kerosene and Machine Oil for Sale. Next Door to TMbune Building, MORRIS, MINTl: Household and Eldredge Sewing Machine for Sale* y.# Site, Eic. Constantly on Hand. CEI ENT & PAINT. EDWIN J. JONES. AM OVERSTOCKED WITH GOODS And will Unload if I have to SELL AT COST! Specialties that I want to draw ta: and Boys Suits, at Cost! s, Gloves & Mittens, at Cost Wool Boots Must Go! Boots and Shoes Must Go Groceries at usual Close Prices. Hare an Overstok of APPLES, which I will Sell Bfefibw Market Price. Need Money to meet my Bill$y THE GOODS MUST GO! T. J. MO ORE Morris, Minn. v*• E. P. O'BRIEN. Town and School Bonds. Members Minnesota Real Estate Dealers Association. -AGENTS FOR THE- Best Building, Loan & Savings Association America! Loans, Negotiated on the Building and Loan Plan on Either Town or Farm Property. mm en., HORBIS, HH9H. ^•^•w-^yi-i«'»l'l»'i'l »-»W|y"'ag»'g» •'^.ta'»'«ij'J.ira- 1891. $1.50 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. FURNITURE For Cmsh or in exekange fcr.CoaatryTroteee. $4 ""•.: Wheat on J. D. GOOD'S NEW STORE! Fine Assortment of Bedroom Suits, Parlor Suits, Couches, Lounges, Writing Desks, Chairs of All Descriptions, Carpets, Bed Springy Be4 guilts, Pillows, Oil Cloths, Mirrors, Picture Frames, Etc., Etc. HARDWARE, COOK STOVES, HEATING STOVES, CUTLEBX. FARM IMPLEMENTS, &c. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS AND PRICES! If we have not got what you want, we will take pleasure in ordering it for you. Respectfully youn^ J. D. GOOD, MORRIS, 3HI1T1T. Dealers in IDFTST GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, IE3T1A ~D~S" TV/TATTF! 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