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R. C. STEVENS, EDITOR.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1802. Tko St. Paul Daily News, under the management of C. E^^heriti^s now oue of the best**"newspopers in the twin cities, and is likely to have an extensive circulation. Remembering gratefully his veto of 524 bills-to pension Union soldiers or thoir dependents, the ex-Confederate States of the South are solid for Mr. Cleveland. He fills the bill as "a Northern man with Southern princi pies." _____ Duluth Tribune: Gen. Barrett is being prominently mentioned for the Republican congressional nomination in the Seventh district. The Alliance party in the Red River alley is rap idly dissolving, and Gen. Barrett would unquestionably be elected. If any of the readers of the UNE A TRIB want the best magazine for west ern people published in this country, they should subscribe for the North west-Magaziue,an illustrated monthly, published by E. A Smalley, St. Paul, and devoted to western interests and progress. Terms, only §2 a year. Spec imen copies may be seen at our office. couple of tramps struck a South em town just after a few colored citi zens had been served red hot for try ing to vote the Republican ticket and one of them was Wily frightened. k'By gum, Bill," ho said, "I ain't a goin' to stop iu uo si eh a cUing town as this is." "Aw, come off," responded the valor ous William, "what's a e?„tin' you Do you think theso y will take a man divss\l iiky von are and wearin a red flannel nose for a Republican?" Mr. Bland, the leader of the silver ites, is reported with saying a few days siuce: '-For the sake of a few New England mugwumps we are likely to lose a number of Democratic silver states while Mr. Pugh of Ala bama. an ardent silver man declares that a number of Southern states are doubtful for the Democrats with an anti-free coinage candidate for Presi dent. He insists that North and also South Carolina will both be carried by the Republicans this fall if the Democrats nominate Cleveland or any candidate with decided anti-sil ver views. If the predictions of these two gentlemen are correct, the out look for the Democrats is most decid edly bad. We quote the following from Gov. McKinley's speech at the Ohio Re publican convention last week: ''We are not dealing this year with a tariff bill four weeks old, as we were in 1890. It was then too young to speak for itself. It is now eighteen months old and doing its own talking. [Great chftPiriixpf and THO tariff system that we uphold is the Ameri can system and we propose to stand by it. Our opponents say in attack ing that system that the last congress was a billion ^dollar congress. My friends it was a two billion dollar congress. By its enactments we have increased the foreign and domestic trade of the United States to a total of §2,000,000,000 in one year, a point never reached before since the foun dation of the American government." [Tremendous cheering.] Wei are indebted to Mr. P. B. Groat, General Emigration agent Northern Pacific railroad, for a copy of the new edition of "A Ramble in Wonderland" by Albert B. Guptill, giving a charm ing description of the wonderful re gion traversed by the N. P. road. The book is written in a most attractive and fascinating style, and while it deals in facts, it is as exciting and thrilling as a romance, and is pro fusely illustrated with scenes along this great "Wonderland" route. Be sides this book Mr. Groat has kindly furnished us with a number of maps, circulars, engravings from sketches and photographs of scenes in the far west and other interesting descriptive publications. After reading "Won derland" and the other publications sent us, you will know more about the country from Chicago through the great Northwest, even to far-away Alaska, than you would by "studying geography" for years. Better Country Roads. No topic has been more widely dis cussed this winter than the condition of our country roads. The evils of our present system have been empha sized by photographs and editorials in every journal in the land and the verdict is unanimous that our present country highways are a disgtace to an enlightened civilization. No friend has appeared to champion their cause, their doom has been sealed anfl they must go. But will they? Like the Arkansas settler's leaky roof, when it was raining he couldn't fix it and when it was dry it didn't leak so while the roads are impassable with mud they cannot be worked and when they get dry they are good enough. If this popular discussion is to be at tended by any beneficial results it must pass from theory to practice right now is when the change should occur. We cannot expect to cover the country in a few months, or even years, with tile macadam and telford roads. They are too expensive and in many sections stone cannot be ob tained. How then is the dirt road to be made passable at all season^ of the year? Only by dropping antiquated methods of road work and adopting Improved machinery for that purpose. Stevens county has not had a repre sentative in the legislature since 1886. Hon. H. H. Wells of this city was elected to the senate in 1882 and served until 1886. This year Steveus county is clearly entitled to a repre sentation in the lower house, and probably will present a candidate for nomination to the legislative conven tion. On this point the Herman En terprise has the following appropriate and well-timed remarks: "It is per haps not amiss to say a few words concerning the status of affairs in this legislative district. At present Grant county has the senator, while Big Stone and Traverse each have a rep resentative. In tho preceding legis lature this county had the senator and Traverse oounty the representative. As the senator holds over, Grant county can lay no claims to any furth er representation. This leaves two representatives to bo elected from the other counties, and as Stevens county has had no representation for the past six years, it would soem but a matter of justice that one candidate should come from that county. The has many men who would represent the district in a creditable manner, and if she will but unite on one of them, we believe he will be nominated and elected almost without opposition." An Unusual List of Names. The Cosmopolitan begins its thir teenth volume May issua, undor tho joint editorship of Mr. W. D. Howells and Mr. Walker, with a table of con tents which will attract attention. James Russell Lowell, Frank R. Stockton, Theodore Roosevelt, Ed mund Clarence Stedinan, H. James, Prof. H. H. Boyseeii,Hamlin Garl.nid, John Hay, Sarah Orne Jewett, Prof. Langley of the Smithsonian, Thomas Went worth Higginson, and W. D. Howells himself are among tho con tributors. The illustrations in this issue are by such well known artists as E. W. Kemble, Frederic Reming ton, F. S. Church, Walter Crane, Wm M. Chase, C. S- Reinhart, Dan Beard, George Wharton Edwards, WTilson de Meza, etc. $100 Reward. $100. The readers of the TRIBUNE will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con stitutional disease, requires a constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting dircetly upon tlie blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the founda tion of the disease, ana giving the pa tient strength by building up the const! tution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they of fer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes timoni&ls. Address, It F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. j®"Sold by druggists, 75c. Every family aKonlA bft provided with some reliable remedy for bowel complaints- The want of such an article is the cause of much suffering especially during the summer months In almost every neighborhood some has died with cramps or cholera mor bus before medicine could be procured or a physician summoned. A fair trial will satisfy you that Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is unequalled for those dis eases. It is also a certain cure for dysentery and diarrhoea. When re duced with water and sweetened, it is -pleasant to take. Children like it For sale by Fritz Buckentin, Morris, and Thorpe & Tolifson, Hancock, lm There is one remedy which every family should keep at hand. Mr. John Carpenter of Goodland, Indiana, says of it: "I tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea and severe cramps and pains in the stomach and bowels with the best results. In the worst cases I never had to give more than the third dose to effect a cure. In most cases one dose will do. Besides its other good qualities it is pleasant to take." 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Fritz Buckentin, Morris, and Thorpe & Tolifson, Hancock. lm Is a truth in medicine Take Notice. Wolff & Thoele sell the Minneapo lis binder. This is the only first class machine manufactured in Minnesota, and farmers should bear this in mind, always patronize home manufacturers and especially when it is first class but be sure and give your order early or you may not be able to get one. 18ti Dog Lost. On Sunday last, my Pointer bitch pup brown ears and one 6ide of head body white with brown spots. Any one returning same to me at J. D. Good's store will be liberally reward ed. CHABLES GOOD. Morris, May 3,1892. 20tf LESSONS ON ORGAN AND PIANO. Miss Sarah Thompson is prepared to give lessons on the Piano and Organ. Apply at Millinery rooms next door to Danielson's store, for terms. Will be here Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Early Risers, Early Risers, Early Ris ers the famous little pills for constipa tion, sick headache, dyspepsia and nerv ousness. Hulburd & Co. Children Cry for Pitched© Castoria. Mai list of Lands —FOR SALE BY- J. A. JOHNSON, M0BBI8, STEVENS OOCMTY, MIHN. MOORE, 123—41. LLKSCKLPTIOX. into. Aonxa. SwJ S 160 aio.oa 100 80 158.05 80.07 80 140 80 80 100 100 100 100 80 NJ-S 4 SeVi S/JOW/I'I W.J N\.V»I )8 Wf. Nwitf i 1 Sw£ 0 8X K\VI&8W 23 \\H w NC-*4 ISETF 85 Se)4 85 All. Nw(4 Nwji 28 & 22 Nw 4 E'X N\v}4 W U seM swji SeVi WJ| Ne4 Ne^ & \VX SEL| «4 Seg 20 Neji 28 Sw^4 28 34 tihat the smallest dose that performs the cure is the best. De Witts Little Early Risers are the smallest pills, "will perforin the (Jure and are the best. Hulburd & Co, SCOTT, 124—43.- WHSWJI 5 EUSejZ 6 W&Seti. 8 SWK..... 6 80 80 E y2 1 830.67 SEJ^, & Lots 8, 4,5,6 and 7.. 2 821.86 w YM NWJI A WJI 4 161.40 All 5 614.15 Lots 1 & 2 6 80.70 EASTERN PART 7 212 WESTERN PART 7 2)0 Nw^ 8 159.25 NEJI 8 160 SW^ SE% 8 160 SWW 15 160 NEKN"E^&W^NE^.L7 120 NWJ4 20 160 SW4 21 160 NK SE^ 23 80 SU NW^ & WX 9W^. 28 160 SWJI 32 160 *ck Ne^::::::::::::: Nw^ Bel4 WJ^SW^ 2 & SE!4. ....• 3 HWX N ei4.. SWJ4 WX XeK&Eii'8eX\'.::'. Sw% N w% Ne«* ........... •SVVJ^ W w^N^....4., ...... WWCI Sw^| Jw4 Nwj2 N %. ...... HX SS:::::::::::::::: All SWJI All All All N^NwJi....... S *y sw^........ is »E8CNTPTRO«. w SefcfT Ni-K KOLTMKB OWNEU. Morris Vuluntlne IJOW RIKKH Innea Itines 20 NW'I&LOTL 20 \vj* at s^^..T 28 *eV. 20 Qrogan Tucker Hurtling Mofflxt Bell A WVS SWX.83 EU SEU & W]RJ .82 F.% SO$ 32 HODGES, 124—41. SEU 4 4 New Ne^, 6 NETF.... 8 ALL OF SO NJ4 NwV4. Nw4 100 00.30 234.00 100 040 Goodrich Engb«rg Archibald Hoatwole Archibald A SW'/F. 38 230 Murdock FRAMNAS, 125—41. 158.01 100 1G0 280 100 100 NW^, NEK NW SO *J1 Sw/4 18 34 Freeman Hoyt Kelley B°yt Defiruff Severson SWAN LAKE, 126-41. NeK 159.00 140.48 58.40 210 820 40 40 SE}/NEJ4&LOT7...... Reynolds Pearson Sonrlo IJIRELOW Blgelow 7 Leaf A ml OI son HORTON, 123-42. All EH Ne* & Se^. Nw\ .. 1 (U0 Archibald 3 240.04 Innes .. 4 158.SO ISeeley ..10 Hit) Caswell 11 480 Archibald M0 Archibald ..m 360 Ilorton ..22) ..19 320 Peterson ...20 10 Yoerg ..JK 80, hO .hddv 80, hO Giiirney ,.,22 ..24 80 Welch .24 80 Josephson 160 Matheson 80 Gaffney 483.96 Archibald DARNEN, 124—42. SEJI 13 160 NX & PART SWVI 18 N^SE%&3^SWK...10 L'TO NE$4 31 100 Nwl .30 100 MORRIS, 125—42. All .. i ..17 ..28 ..30 SwK 507.4) 320 80 158.70 100 100 040 873.09 100 640 ALL 15 SI* NEJI A 81 S^NE«I &E>4 SE%..28 ALL 35 SeJi 2 SEIL 4 NwV£ 0 S 6 SE Woodley Wood ley Sturkel •\VliUte more Uogendor fer Kean Cushman Sullivan 161.28 6 1R5-60 Ife:::::::::: Sw^ .11 .13 .30 32) 167 157.50 PEPPERTON, 125—43. JlcGowan Brooks Cronin Caldwell 8 & Davis Godfrey 510.16 Schaber 120 158.12 160 160 50 NWJ4 28 N\V4 30 SEJ^ 80 Sw\i A Vfy2 Se^.32 LOT 4 34 Zelch Hallberg Chambers S&H STEVENS, 123—44. NE^SE»4 5 40 8AH SWLA 6 153.15 Blanchard NE^J 12 160 Schrapps NX NEVI, SE»I NE^ A NE* 18 160 Parker &A &SV2SWX...18 160.08 llodeen NK NWK, 8w^NW4 &Nw^Sw% 18 158.88 Rack SEJ4 XWY%.8W% Ne'X, „?WVI 13 160 E 30 80 NWJ4±W^ NEJ4.HH 160 NwK S4 100 Watklns McCarthy Glasser Johnson BAKER, 124-44. New .... 2 .... 8 .... 4 .... 4 ....14 18 20 ..J2 23 28 28 80 34 J/. 156.69 153.90 156.64 154.88 80 140.50 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 NWFI -.I.... NETI Dijnowlty Hamen McAndrew BRLTT. Gannon Bymnn Denison E Gregory MeNally Klein Brown EVERGLADE, 125—44. Delaney .. 2 80 2/ 3i 240 1C0 6 150.40 ,. 0 144.08 284.86 7 240 8 160 0 160 .10 100 .10 160 11 320 .12 80 160 160 160 160 .17 320 .17 820 .20 160 .22 160 .22 160 .24 160 .26 160 .28 160 .84 160 Gayner Cosgrove Day Miller Anderson O'Shea Skinner Cox i.-*ii.... i ConfcfljN Grlffiih McCrofy Devaney ELDORADO, 126—44. 8 4 5 7 fl 682.50 160 628.92 640 640 80 80 80 160 640 148.78 80 820 80 Harding Bentley Harding Harding 12 ... 14 14 ....LO ir ..19 20 21 21 ....88 .,..28 All NwK xvfhwy....... Smith II an son I nnes Harding Greenwood Norenherg Harding Harding 88 Sobaber Beard 're »»0. AORXFT. FOHMKK OU'NEH. PttllUlUlHfi ytromtw'g WIbu Herbert Quinu Hueiey Corcoran Store* Bergin fi# a? so 81 83 sa 83 84 85 lift 80 010 3.«0 830 100 100 80 ISO 100 100 iUr::: 5$.'.::::::::. ... N ...85 THAVKI18K OOUNTY. RKC. TWP. B. VILLAGE OF MORRIS. Vacant Lots and Houses and Lots purls OF the Village. Patterson I am Exolusive Agent for most of these Lands, and offer them for Sale on Very Seasonable TermB. All Persons wishing to use any of theBe Lands for Grass, Grain, or any other purpose, must get Begular Permits or Leases. J. ft. JOttUSOU, MORRIS, STEYESS CO., MINN. Office over Stevens Co. Bank REMEMBER! The Above is only PART of mp List. If you don't see what you want, call for it. ik. Local Column, Edited by P. A. McCarthy & Co. TALKING or BARGAINS—Money will buy bargains at an}' time. But you don't always have mouoy, neither do we. We may all have money by be ing saving. Save your nickels, dimes and quarters and buy Economy Sav ing Stamps of the Farmors Loan and Savings Co. of Minneapolis. You can withdraw at any time all you pay in, with interest. P. A. Morris "Wilkin Filkin.s Greenwood Pllkin3 Ollitnan Hamm Hulchins RENDSVILLE, 126—42. 8w»4 11 NwJi 12 Donovan Hill McQuillan Engel Ellsworth Cosslett SYNNES, 123- -43. Cuanlnghan 1C0 100 155.03 Morlarty McCarthy Lark 83 8 In 100 100 320 100 100 100 100 160 160 160 160 160 Nw^ 10 N Y3 11 eUSW}4& WH Sex..11 SE% 14 SW»4 14 SeVi 22 C'unnlf Hurke Murphy Bmith 1'urrlvan Finnegan I)olan Bronnan Devennejr Keegan Murphy In MCCABTHI&CO., Agts, Morris, Minn. While the steamship companies are cutting rates is the time to buy round trip tickets and visit the old country. For tickets and full information call P. A. MCCARTHY on Now is the time to send for your friends in the old country. Ocean fair as low as $16.50. Don't let this op portunity pass. Tickets for sale by A. P. MCCARTHY Emigration to Stevens County. We have made arrangements The above is bona fide. If you want Fitzgerald 8 160 Fitzgerald Schulen berg Scharr Mulcare Roff Temme Dlederlch Reinbardt Stehler DONNELLY, 126—43. ULB *. x, ,1, O an1/! NWK E%, & EX HEX .....19 WJ4 NW^ANDSE^ whono XIIIMO DUnette MISCELLANEOUS. AOBES 100 1(10 NWU 19 136 46 Neif,..., 12 125 45 11IG STONE COUNTY. NEJ4 NE& A NO£...24 184 45 STATEMENT P. A. MCCARTHY & Co., tf Morris, Minn. "We truly believe De Witts Little Early Risers to bs the most natural, most ef fective, most prompt and economica pill for biliousness, indigestion and in active liver. Hulburd & Co. a reliable sewing ma chine,you can GET one store. at T. J. Moore's AWT'oil ITIUL .Subdivision of Section,Lot or Hloek Franoltt Wellington, Jr, \fo net Villiure of Morris.... 18 Franc}? Wellington, Jr, Villngt) of Motrin.... 14 To FranelH Wellington,JR. You ARE HEREBY •rlbed, IIHKE*WT redemption from s.vtdyour 120 In addition LO I he werviee 141 POLITICAL POINTS. Nebraska Republican delegates we instructed for Harrison. Missouri Republicans instructed national delegates for Harrison. Robert R. Hitt has been nominated for congress by the Republicans of the Sixth UlixKjis district. Alabama Republicans split and held two conyentioas to nominate delegates to the Minneapolis convention. New Hampshire Republican delegates go nninstructod. The convention plat form endorses Harrison's administra tion. Congressman W. S. Holman has been renominated by acclamation by the Democrats of the Fourth Indiana dis trict. Governor McKinley, ex-Governor Foraker, W. Hahn and General His cock will represent Ohio at Minne apolis. Colorado Republicans adopted a free coinage plank and defeated a resolution endorsing President Harrison's adminis tration. Major William Warner of Kansas City was nominated for governor by acclamation at the Republican state convention. Blaine and Harrison were praised by Republicans of Maine, but the dele gates to the national convention go un instructed. Instructions for Harrison were omit ted from the Ohio Republican platform in deference to Governor McKinley's contingent candidacy. Illinois Democrats instructed national convention delegates to work for Sena tor Palmer, should it be expedient to' nominate a Western man. At Auburn, Me., Nelson Dingley, Jr., was renominated for congress by accla mation. A resolution indorsing Presi dent Harrison's administration through out was unanimously adopted. The following named delegates at large to the Minneapolis convention were elected by New York Republicans: Warner Miller, Frank Hiscock, C. M. Depew and Thomas C. Piatt. They are nninstrncted. New Jersey delegates to the Minne apolis convention are, John I. Blair, of Warren, ex-Congressman George' A Halsey, of Essex, Garrett A. Hobart, of Passaic, and ex-Senator J. A. Sewell They are not instructed. FOREIGN AFFAIRS. By the redistribution bill representa tion in the Canadian parliament has been cut down to 312. Lord Randolph Churchill bas come out with an electioneering circular championing the cause of labor. The British house of commons rejected—175 to 152—a bill extending the franchise to unmarried women. Iu the Canadian house of commons Mr. Watson moved that it was exped ient thr.t binding twine be placed on the free list. The motion was lost—63 to 107—a government majority of 44. The clergy discipline bill, contemplat ing the degradation from their callings of clergymen guilty of immorality, has passed its second reading in the house of commons. fiTotic© of Expiration of Redemption. Date of Judgment. amount above stated, of this mUBt after this date.notice WITNESS lu ftll iny hftn3 and offlolHl County of Stevens, L-raiH LS \V«*I!IR,•11, HT'HSIOU ot vaoautand Jr., tho person named cannot !e found my said RITLIL land described unoccupied. Dated, Morris. April My FEW—CertiflcateMinn., W. C. Ehlers has his feed mill run ning in goo:l shapo every Wednesday and Saturday at his shop. 7tf For Sale, An extra lino yoke of wori cattle. Inquire of E. J. JONES. Morris, April 20,1892. 18tf Dr. Greer's ELECTRIC CORONET jj^tii^omnaenTE. eKMie NERVOUS DISEASES "WITHOUT MEDICINES, Ulustratod Catalogue CARL JAGS8S0N, Fifth Street, Morris, Minn. Will keep a Full Stoi-k of And Other Articles & Co., Morris, Minn. unually found Parti*,S in & Co., Morris,Minn. want with a firm of Northwestern Land and Emi gration Agents having 45 years prac tical experience in such business, who will make a speciality of Stevens county the coming season. If you wish to sell your farm or land at reasonable prices and terms, list it with us early. of anything in my line, are requested to call. PRICES LOW. NEW YORK One Price CLOTHING HOUSE, MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S STATE OK MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Stevens, ss. In Term, April Probate Court, Special Ctli, 1802. In the Matter of the Estate of Clinton S. Averill, Deceased. Letters of administration, with the •will annexed,011 the estate of imid deceased being this day granted uiito Jolm ilct.ane, It Is ordered, that all claims and demands of all persons against,said sh wn further time be allowed. Ordered Further, that notice of the time and place of the hearing and examination of said claims and demands shall bo given by publishing this order once in each week, for three successive weeks prior to the day ap pointed for such examination,in TITMRNE. a Tax Judgment Sale. Pti rsurint o a ROIIL of 111'. delinqu'nt have S2S Estate Tax Judgment, District. Court, in the County of Stev ens,Sf.a'E Minnesota, entered the rflst day of March,of 18:!2 in PROCEEDINGS When Bold. March 80,18& M&*?,1888 March 20,18% noiUleil May 7,1888 OF COUNTY AUDITOR, STBVENS COUNTY, MINKKSOTA. that,pui'Huant to tax the eounty of Stevens',Mute ludt for enforcing piyment of taxes and penalties upon real estate in ih County of Stevens, remaining 011 the or's first Monday 18)2. and of oharir said In IHE January, statute in such case made and provided,I shall,011 tho Second Day of May, 1392, «T ten o'clock in the forenoon,at the Otlice, in the Village of Morris and Coun'y of Stevens,seil I he lands which aro v.IYI and costs, jndgni'Mit,t.'ixesonpenalties ment entered in Mliiuesotn, us above In mimeofwas F.olil for tax AS sale allowed by LUW. DO YOU LIKE GOOD TEA eont AND COFFEE? Free. Tl!CIOWIELICIIIC CN.12? U SILISL Cbicqa 3STEW in and which taxes shall not been previously paid. AuniTon's N. R. SPURIT, 1 SEAL Auditor of Stevens County. NPRLS WH8TE BEAVER'S Cures Coughs.Co!d3 nr.c? f.ung OJ90330?| SOLD BY A Li. CJ^jen:S7S. BENTLEY&GERWI6u*f MAXCKAcnru!-i:s Tents and Awnings FLAGS. HAMMOCKS. ETC. G5 Market St., CHICAGO. Wflto for prices. MAIN *19.83 aft an NECESSARY see),nt Morrli,LU said aay 01 April, iowj. L,SKALJ N. II. SPUILIT, County Auditor. STATE OF MINNESOTA, I 8 In In 22, A. 1). 1892. 11.00. Mileage, .80. Total, $1.20. WI vlee The Pine Flavor and Ex treme Low Price of these goods has made them Popu lar among all who have tried them. ONE Win Uiii JiU I. TRIAL Y I £& if IS ALL WE ASK! iu a first CLASS Harness Shop. Repairing Promptly Done and Satisfaction Guar anteed. -:EMMA SPOONER,:- liil SPECIALTY OF FRONT Jackson Corset Waists For Ladies, Misses, Children,111 Black, Drab and Flannel. Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate Under Judgment of Foreclosure. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Stevens, ss. District Court, Sixteenth Judicial District. Ilapgood Plow Company, a corporation, Plaintiff, against John MeCullough, De fendant. Notice Is hereby given that under and by virtue of a judgment and decree entered Sheritfof 011 Friday, tho o'clock estftte be presented to this Cour*, for examination and allow ance,at the 1-robate OFFICE in Morris,011 the following days,viz: On the first Monday tlie MOKKIS weekly newspaper printed and published :t. the Village of Morris,In said county. Dated at Morris, Minn., the April, 6th day of A. D. 1392. By the Court: GEO. E. DARLING, [PBOBATE S EAIJ! Judge of Probate. aprlllS Stone 110.20 tl the District Court, herein ubovede tlmt the time of Btated.tho larjfl above stated,TIR:.l will expire sixty daytt of thin notice. to redeem from said «ale, bo paid, toother with mieh Interest asiuav accrue from and the cost of county of Stevens, this fifteenth return that I have made due, diligent and personal search for the annexed notice,and that said party county,and I further certify that no person I« tho said annexed notice, and that said land in the actual pos- Is wholly GEORGE H. MUNRO. Sheriff of Stevens County, Minn. L. V. BAEHES. n -r i.£ $J A. IIERyjOB In All Latest Designs. Ladies' Furnishing Goods. Kid Gloves in Latest Brands. Li U in the above entitled action on the 28th day of March,18!'2, a certified transcript of which has been delivered to me,I, the undersigned, said Steveus county, will sell, at public auction,to the highest bidder for cash, 18th day of May,180^,at ten in the forenoon, at the front door of the Court House In the Village of Morris, In said county,in one parcel,the premises and real estate described In said judgment and decree, to-wlt: All that tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Stev ens and State of Minnesota, described as follows, to-wlt: The South East Quarter (SE34) of Section number In November, 1^92, at 10 A. M. It is Further Ordered,thatsix months from the date hereof be allowed to creditors to present their claims against said estate, at the expiration of which time all claims not presented to said Court,ortiot nroven to Its Satisfaction,.'•hall be forever barred, unless for cause Ten (10). In Town ship number One Hundred and Twenty-four (124) north, of Range number Forty-two(42 west 5th P. M. Dated March 28th, A. D. 1892. GEORGE H. MUNRO, Sheriff of Stevens County,Minnesota. A. FLAHERTY, Plaintiff's Attorney, Morris, Minn. marSO Bay Horse, Foaled May, 1889. 15 3-4 Hands Weight, 1050. Slrod by Ensign, 2:28,'(sire of 10 from 9:17«i to ?!&)). Dam: Alice West (dam of Sbiloh, 4 yesir 2:?4X), by Aliie West, 3: .'.") (sirp of 7 from 2:14 to 2::i0), by Aimont :3 (sire of 8r. from to 'J:HO) second dum by Imported Knight of St. George third dam ty the great Pilot Jr. (sire of 8 In list and dams of 34 from 2:08?i to 2:30). VICKSBURG Is a grand individual and a Trotter himself, showing a 2:82 gait at two years old. Alter a season of ten mares he will be prepared for the three-year-old stake races at. Rochester and Ilamlin. Vicksburgwlll stand at my Training Stable at Morris. AuditJTerma, Twenty-Five Dollars. Cash at Time of Service. JAY H. COE, aprfiwG HfREAM X: CATTLE. I apr20 OWNER. RED POLLEDs"dairy""""he por, and good Cor beef. A few graUe nyearllng) buUsfor sale. H.W.HTONE& CO.,Riverside Farm .Afor rln, Minn OLD COINS. Aro you interested in them II not, why not? There is bis money in them. 11' you hiivo any coins coined before 18TS, keep tlu-m. They may be worth ninny times their fnco value. M'AX'I'KK-Afew who will collect coins for mo, lor which 1 pay hlfrlicxt i»rl«-o, if as required. Send stamp for Illustrated Cirtuilnr. Shows the hlithcst prices paid. Address UlSKRHAKT, TIO r«uiii»ii j.iic, wis, Main Street. ft- iaipKMft Selim "ANAKESIS Rives instant relief and ia an infalliblo r»ro for 1'ilos. l'riiv§l. Ity* PniirLMStsorniiiil. Samples free. Atllress*'AAKKSlS," iioji New 1'orii City. NIMFTI* «I -AT- STAINS, VARNISHES, TURPENTINE, JAPANS, Lion Brand Mixed Paints. Lion Brand Wall Finish and Alabastine. These are all goods that we have handled for years, and wo give our Personal Guarantee that they are Superior Articles. vr HARDWARE, CANDY AND NUTS. Agents for the Best Sewing Machine Hade ••THE IMPROVED SINGER!- Also, Needles and Extras for All Machines kept Constantly on Hand. EVERY FIVE DOLLARS Worth of Goods bought of us you will receive a Ticket on a One Hundred and Twenty-five Dollar Organ, to be drawn the first day of January, 18S3. Highest Market Price Paid for Butter and Eggs! BARNES & NORTHCOTT. West Side, Pacific Avenue, MORRIS, MINN. 1 A Full and Complete Stock of All Kinds of Constantly on Hand. Also LIME, CEMENT & PAINT. PEDIGREE. Sired- by Stuart's Pilot, record 2:50 (trial 2:3i&) ou lialf-mile track. Dam, Black Ucss, by Black Hawk, a very fast mare at either trot or pace. Although never in a professional trainer's hands, she showed a pacing trial of 2:28 a trot ting trial of 2:85. Stuart's Pilot 252, by Pilot Golddust 3829 dam bv Ilanibletonian Chief, he by liysdyks Ilambletonian 10. Pilot Golddust by Dorsev's Golddust 150, sire of Lucille Golddust, 2:1GJ. and many other fast ones dam, Itate Anderson by Pilot Jr. 12, sire of the dam of Maud S, 2:83, Jay Eye See, 2:10, and man}- others. Here is Breeding that will Bring Any Horse to the Front. He will be limited to forty mares, as he goes into training* at the end of this season. OILS! Dumble's Hardware Store. In addition to our Large and Well Assorted Stock of General Hardware, Pumps, Pipe, &c., we keep a full stock of Paints and Oils, compris ing in part ENAMEL PAINTS for repaint ing chairs and other furniture. k. I. W. N0ETH00TT E Terms, $20 to IllSUre. He will stand Mondays in Morris, at Zahl & McConville's Barn Thursdays in Herman, at Stoneburg's Barn balance of time at my barn in Donnelly. R, Etc. Sliiiiles, EDWIN J. JONES. Having purchased this highly bred Young Trotting Stallion, I offer his services to the public with the fullest confi dence in him as being a phenomenally sure foal getter and a horse that will sire speed, as he promises to be very fast himself, although he has never been trained and in fact has hardly been broken to harness, yet his gait is as perfect as a 2:20 trotter. His style, carriage and action is superior to any English Hackney or Coach I have ever seen. All these qualities render him for breeding purposes a horse without an equal in this county. A. H. TAISEY. This Elegant Specimen of the Pereheron Breed has recently been purchased by me, and cot. wishing to run him all over the county for business—buying him prin cipally for use on my own mares—have decided to stand Him from my own barn only, and to induce breeders to come to my place I will offer his services to 40 Mares at the very Low Sum ot SBIO To Insure. His Breeding is the Best, and he is Registered in the Stud Books ot France and America. Sired by Cheri 5464, he by Mouton, he by Coco. Darn, Esperance 6909, by 749, by Porthos, Vol. IV, Page 565 of Pereheron Studbook. WILLIAM STUART. Lakeside Farm, 2 Miles North of Hancook. RW