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Lj-:L -JVgEL-Jl ^ET M.j t* ■i3rT45r—T5v?A750Tp? ^M** =;-.i-i ■ worf*)*' it .BtlSBia "ST tt«S*C$S .■Blto ;* -.-*■•-'■ »«"•> Pj ir-.'-M.:'''-_ ln-T«'i>lJ&,e' ■ .'•; •*. i**' • . "■.---;:• -■ L •:• aaaya «ff»',T»hlr»,ll.'"g VOLUME JL SAEK CENTRE, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1868. NUMBER 44. _ FVB1ISHED EVERT THURSDAY MORNIlTOf A.t Saulc Centre, Minn., BY J. H. & S. SIMONTON. K£j~ Office corner Third and Seventh streets, one block west of the Sauk Centre House. Subscription: TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE, Rates of Advertising:: |lw| 2w |Sw | lm 3m | 6m | iy 1 Sqr 1100 | 1 23 | 150 j 175 3 25 [ 6 50.J 1%00 2 " J 160.1 200 | 250J, 3 od 560,1 opo 15 00 f> ',' |200| 2 75| 3 50) *2fc| 6 75 | 10 50 | 18 00 « sol | 3 00 | **ivr 4 50 | 0 25 825| 12 00- 20 00 K " | 5 00 | 6 50 J 7 75| 8 50 114 00 | 20 00 | 40 00 1 " | S 00 |1000 1,12 00 | 15 00 | 25 00 | 40 00 7600 * Legal advertisements 75 cents per square for the first insertion, and S7}4 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Special place advertisements inserted at rates agreed upon. Yearly advertisers to pay quarterljy. :. StrangetS fliOTt pay In advance, Wgtve satisfactory reference. JOB PRINTING ot aft -kinds executed on shor^ "notice in the best style. Sauk Centre Cards. IS. HE. MIIS'SCiR, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Notary Public and Conveyancer, Will attend to any business pertaining tb a general Law Practice; make Collections and promptly remit "proceeds. Draft Conveyances and Contracts, Enter Government, Lands with Cash or Warrants, make Ere-Bpiption Claims and attend to Contested Land Cases. Office over tlie .Post Office, Sauk Cdfetre, Minnesota. St. Cloud Cards. TAR. A. PELHAM, ^gBTgeon Dentist, Permanently located in, St. Cloud. Office Brokers' Btieh Dr, Pelham will' visft Sauk Centre February 17th, ahd remain 18 days.: Having had fourteen years ejcbeylence in the* dental profession, he feels confident of giving satisfaction to all requiring his services. All work war- ranted and at moderate: prices." Edward O. Hamlin —HAS RESUMED— The Practice of Law IN ST. CLOUD, MINN. Special attention given to proceedings in Bankruptcy in United States Courts. Office in Alden's brick building, up stairs Oct. 1,1867. octl0-6m h. iw oobdon. i.. w. connrss. Gordon £& Collins, Attorneys at Law, St. Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota •SSi-Particular attention given to business in adjoining counties. ILLIAM J. PARSONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Saint Germaine street over Burbank Bros., St. Cloud, Minnesota. Todd County Delinquent Tax List. Auditor's OXTOGE, Torjn Co., MnrtSf^ 1 Rons*) PltAl&rE, April 1st, 1868. j List of Lands situated in the County of Todd and State of Minnesota, Upon which the TaxteS TOhiain due and unpaid for the year A. D. 1867. TOWN 129, RANGE 32, Name of owner. Description. Sec, ne i nw t 2 se t nrw t " Lbt NO. 1 " Lot No. 2 "' ne tswt nw t sw J " SW i sw t se i sw t ne t nel nw J-n4ei sw i ne t tse'$ ne 4 ne 4 nw 4 nw 4 nw i sw 4 nw t se i nw 4 "irtjriie } sw t se t TOWN 130, BANGE 32. S B Plnney do do do do do do do JTChase do do do do do do do do do 4 c HAS. WAki&Efi,, Dealer in Real Estate, Buying and Selling Land on Commission. ■ Office over the Post Office, with N Miner. H. mar26tf R. B. R. PALMERjNj 8HYSI&JLN db- smSgeon, And Examining %kfye$ii. for Pensions, &3T Repulencenear the Mill, Sauk Centre. "6» N. H. MINER, Insurance Agent, San4 Centre, - - Mlnnegfita. RepresMitsJite, soundest ftfid. most f§'IRl'le Mrej'LiWe/ttil a!e<ftcterit Ifiisuranoe Companies of-the -Eastern and "Western States. Office over the Post Office. BANK OFJ-T* CLOUD GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS TRANS- - AfTED. Gold and Silver, Land Warrants, College Scrip and Foreign Exchange bought and sold. -EaBtftSular Attention given'to COLLECTIONS, and Proceeds Promptly Remitted. Office opan from 9 to 12 A. M., and 1 to 5 p. M. St. Germaine Street, St. Cloud, Minn. J. G. SMITH, Cashier. St.. Cloud Jan. 30.1868. J. W'HlTEFlELD, ILLI AM? SALOON,' ' K. DE GROAT, Propriefir. Third street, Sauk Centre, Minnesota. Has first class Phelan & Coilender Billiard Tables. ' Choice Wines, Liquors, Ale, Porter and Cigars. . Xlonse 4c Sig-u Painter, i Graining, Glazing, Paper Hanging; &c, done with neatness and em reasonable terms. Work warranted equal In quaHtiSfctpithat a'i'«sS4»pehfepnO chargesfcpaade. *3"* Faint a nop next door to Thomas A Co's. Sank Centre, Minn., June 5,1S67. ■rOSEN CHRISrBG*©^ Boot Sc Shoe BdCakei*, Main Street, Sauk Centre, Mlrin., A complete stock of Boots and Shoes kept constantly on hand, aneUmade to pf der on short notice. Good fits warranted. Repairing promptly, done, at reasonable prices, AU kinds of Shoemaker's Tools for sale. __ -.___^_ i ii. L. ORCAJf,T, HOUSE, SIGN, AND CARRIAGE PAINTER, a Pauer Qaugejrj Gminer and GJazier * Shop OTCcTtETOfs Wagbu Shop. SAUK CEJSTRE, Hat . - MINN; All work done promptly and in the neatest manner. 6mi2_ RUDOLPH SHGENEMANN, WATCHMAKER, St. Germaine Street, ST. CLOUD, - MINN. A GOOD assortment of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Plated ware alwaxs Onhad. Galvahffflfi£3ohe'. Repairing neatly doiie and warranted for one year. ly Alarge lot of Spectacles for sale. rf^ITY RESTAURANT. JOSEPH GOYETTE, Proprietor, Washington Avenue, St. Cloud, Minnesota. A ladles' and gentlemen's Ice Cream Saloon has been fitted up in first class style on the- second floor. Ice cold Lemonade, and Soda Water flavored with all kinds of syrups. -Fresh and Canned Frjlits, Confectionery, and Nuts of all kind?.* \ Hot Meals, Lunch, Coffee, Tea and Pastry furnished to order. FERGUSON: Watchmaker AND jf'^THf^leif., SAUK CJENT|tIJ.1.HOIJSE9 (GeneralStage Office,) SAUK CEI^TRE, - - MINN E. P. BARNUM, Proprietor, Has been thoroughly refitted and furnished throughout, under its new management, .j The comfort of :guests will at aUkrtSSfeKil"4''4. made the special care of .the proprietor, and no expense or pains wift\ba spared to;g\Y9 entire satisfaction to boarders ana travelers. Excellent Stabling attached totheprem- ises. E. p:-J3ARNtrM. AMEBZCAN HOUSE,-^ Corner 2d and 6th Streets, SAUK CENTRE, LJ.- - - MINN. This is a new, large and commodious building, fitted up in the best Style, with all the necesM-ry conveniences Tor the comfort of guests A large Barn, with warm and comfortable stabling is connected with theHOtlSq- Travelers willfind al the American-House the best of accommodations for both man an e^VID FRANKHAUSE, Proprlsjar.. SAUK'"CENTRE, MINN. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully re- jf^— paired and warranted. JKB" All work from a distance promptly attended to and safely returned. ~~ I^A^TO OFFICE AND Real Estate Agency. YanHoesen & Mitchell, ALEXANDRIA, DOUGLAS CO., MINN'A. Buy. anisell Real Estate on Commission^ Pay Taxes for Non-Rasidents, Select and Lo- i cate Government Lands for others, with cA|h, ;s.crip and warrants, Homestead and'Pre-Emption Papers made ionj^-A F. B. Van Hobsen, Jas. S. Mitcioeli,. Att'y at Law. 41m6 Fire & Marine INSURANCE CO., ST. PAUL, MINN, i T. C. McClure do do oUd»!'' Rachel Moore do T. C. McClure N; P. Olaite ■■■■ T. C. McClure David Burns do do do T. C. McClure do Rachel Moore T. C. McChtre do do do N. P. Clark do do ;./«&-.'' do do do do T. C. McClure do do do do do do do T. C. McClure do do do do do do do do do. do do S. B. Plnney do T. C. McOiure do do do do do T. C. McClure do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do T.-C. McClure do do do do do do do do do do do do do S. B. Pinney do do do TOWN 131 18 24 34 Lot No. 2 Lot No. 5 BoCNo. 7 Lot No. 4 Lot No. 6 ne Jsw i •potato. 2 sw i ne t nwine i ne J nei nw i ne 4 swiDeJ- "se i ne i LOt* No. 2 Lot No 8 Lot No. 7 ne i sw i nw 4 sw i BVT-ipW i seiswi ne i se i nw i se J- SW*Jr se i se i se I ne ise}, nw.J se i sw i se i Se i se i ne Jsei •irwi se J- ,sVf se z se i se ' ne i nw i sw i nw 4 nw 4 nw 4 se 4 nw 4 ne 4 se 4 nw 4 se 4 sw 4se4 se4se4 ne4 nw4 se 4 nw 4 ne 4 sw 4 se 4 sw 4 nw 4 ne 4 sw 4 ne 4 se 4 nw f nw4sai nwfs^4- awfsei ne 4 nw 4 nw 4 aw'4 jw 4 nw i se 4 nw 4 ne 4 sw f nw 4 sw 4 •sw i sw 4 se 4 sw 4 neine4 hw 4 ne 4 sw4 net* se 4 ne 4 ne 4 se 4 . nw4 se4 sw 4 se 4 se 4 se 4' ne 4 ne 4 nw 4 ne 4 sw 4 ne 4 se 4 ne 4 ne 4 set nw4 se t se 4 ee 4 itet nwt Lot No.,2 Lot No. 8 ne 4 ne 4 nwt net * sw t ne 4 se 4'ne 4 ne t nw 4 nw 4 nw 4 ' sw t nw 4 se-tnw 4 ' ne'4 sw 4 ' nwlt'SW't' sw 4 sw 4 se4sw*t:: ! net set nw tse.i isw-tse t i. se t'se 4 RANGE 32. 22 20 19 26 30 34 E DWARD DREBLOW, £ Cabinet Maker, Main Eftreet, near the Presbirterlan Church, . -SE(uk Centre; Jijtonesota. Keeps constantly on hand a complete stock n o^JFurnlture, Coffins, Sp,. j- All orders -SpJUl -*pe<^ve prompt attefntieii? s AUK CENTRE Lirery, Sale and IMS. Assets oyer $530,000. Insures Buildings, Merchandise and ^yier1 Property, against Loss or Damage by FIRE, at Rates as low as other first class Stock Companies. Partionlan-attention given to Insurance of . Farm Property, Isolated Dwellings and tneir Fumiturej o h"1 FOR ONE, THREE 6j|rFIVE YEAR . Also Inland Navigation Rish&on Cargoes or i Freight. BOARD OF DIRECTORS, J. C. Burbank, John L. Merriaffiji 'W. W. EaslmfHV-; John S,,Prince, T.C.MeClure do do do Henry F. Brown do 32 12 28 30 TaaC mo 110 59 103 110 110 110 110 li? 1 10 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 I'M ja*9 OfflcftonTbirdTstreertr, one door west qtt-tivi Printin-g Offlcev Having our Stable 'opfiipletfed' and wBll atOcked, we are now prepared to furnish those \wiosv?Wj,w*th good Hanses mid Carriages imiSleighs at all times . ,v-itofa>feasona-ble terms, so that -■i&i%'«ca.ii Take a Ricle. ^Do^yy^jfe.-J.,. WRIGHT, Proprietors. HoracelTHWiipson, Wm, Lee, John Nl^ols, j fe«t4t*1: ■■-. ■ <!:>'*; Theo. Boih», , Peter Rerkey, ' W. Fi'Davison, W.P. Murray, „ jfied. it. Farwatl,J E. F. Drake, rf*oA KEgoSENEi^Jrt ^ mwket^- by the Gakojoor^parrel at St. Paul prices, at the-44-1- _ -T SJK'UKi'BtVLDEY DRUG STORE. T A' "l\/n>C2 - Tlie finest in the market IjA IV1 r jT>, which we willJobatfiaint Paul fiigures, at the 8AUK VALLEY DRUG STORE. J. C. BURBANK, Pres't. JOHNNICOLS, Vice Pres't. S. S. EATON, Sec'y. W. A. WELLS, Gen'l Agent. ■4i"-H. MINER,iocal Ag't. I SAUK CENTRE, MINN "^GnpTPEABODYT- Wholesale Dealer In WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS, No. 107 Third Street, St. Pawl, 34in*no«o*fi- agggw 3!9» TOWN 12T, RANGE 38. . Name of owner. Description. Sec. Ittltn 0. Crammeth ne the 4 li nw 4ne do do do do T. C.TKcClure do. do do Geo. I. Winter do E. Cornell •: do •• do do Isaac Cortner do do do Andrew Cortner do o> do Louis iS. Bishop 4* i do do '-.jra sw 4 ne 4 se 4 ne 4 se 4nw 4 ne 4 sw t nw 4 sw t sw t sw t ■ se tsw t se t ne i sw4 ne t ne t sw 4 nw 4 sw i sw tswt se t sw 4 ne 4 n w 4 nw 4 nw t sw t nw t se■ t nw 4 -' ne 4 sw nw 4 sw 4 swt SW t se t sw t ne 4 se 4 nw t se t sw 4 se 4 se 4 se 4 13- 28 23 34 TOWN 128, BANGE 33. H 128 201 118 104 92 129 123 172 178 172 172 172 2 70 371 153 172 172 172 172 ija \%% vf-ra <% 7f 172 172 172 172 .•172 172 -172 172 172 172 172 172 -1«S 172 172 172 112 172 172 172 1-72 172 132 172 1*2 172 ^172 1 72 172 172 172 172 172 172 172 t72 172 172 172 172 172 172 C. Hews do 3b do J. S; Brower do se 4 sw 4 sw t se t i ne t nw t HW t nw t -sw t sw t nw t nw t 19 TOWN 129, RANGE 33. John P. Tweed ne 4 se 4 do ne 4 se t Ii do se t se t do * Lot No. 3 do nw t sw t do sw t sw 4 do nw 4 nw 4 ' do i sw 4 nwt ' TOWN 130, RANGE 33.' Caleb Closson ne 4 nw 4 I do nw 4 nw 4 ' do sw 4 nw 4 ' do se 4 nw 4 ' do ne 4 ne 4 I do nwt ne t 4 do sw tne t ■ do se t ne t ' TOWN 131, RANGE 30 do do do do T. C. MeCltere do do do . do do ' <Io do B.H. Gilbert do 1 40f to do do do do ne t sw t nw t sw t ev^tSw 4 set swt net swt nw t.sw t Lot No. 1 Lot No. 2 ne tse 4 nw 4 se t SW t.se t.( se tsei inetset^"1 , nw t se t .Sw tse t se't se t - . net net hwt ne t sw t he } se 4 net 8r* 21 27 28 32 TOWN 132,'RANGE 38. Lot No. 4 . Lot No. 5 Lot No. 6 seiswt ne inei nw t ne t sw t na t se t ne t jnetsw t nw t sw t sw 4 sw 4 se 4 sw 4 ne 4 se 4 uw4se 4 sw 4 se 4 set set '■' • an t ne 4 i -Sert nw 4 nwtaei Lot No. 2 ne 4 se t - -nw 4 se t " sw t se»^ i 4' se t se ^ " TOWN 088, BANGS 82. ne t ne t 12 nw t ne t '* swine t se 4 ne 4 ne 4 nw 4 " nw 4 nw t " sw t nw t *4 ne 4^4* " i nw 4 se 4 'sw4sei ^«S seAset p-'Uri-*--* , Wlik^bf*B Lot No. 2 . 2 net net 4 nw t d&i " swf n*,i 4' se t no t 44 net set 15 nw t nw t 22 swt nwt ,j£i nw t sw t 23 se 4 sw 4 ' ,rjj ["• ne 4 se 4 21 nw4se4 44 sw 4 se 4 4I se 4 se 4 '4 nejsw 4 " ny£ sw 4 " . Sw i sw J. , " se t sw t " ne t nw t 26 nw t nff t 44 Lot'No. 1 34 Lot No. 2 Lot No. 3 ." ne t nw 4 2 nw t nw 4 " Lot No. 3 " se 4 nw 4 " net net 3 nw t ne t 44 ne t nw t 4 . l»Sflt ne t 14 nwtse t 4l awt sai. " se t se t '4 netne4. 15 nw4nei j ne 4 ne 4 28. hetn'V'fi.. 24 nw t nw t I net nwt 85 ne t bw i Winlhrop Young do do do do do do John Flemming Bent. Keen do. do do do do do do . do do do do do ;|e» P do do do 172' Wlnthrop Young 1721 Unknown . do do' Winthrop Young do do Unknown do do do Winthrop Young Unknown do do do do Winthrop Young do do Unknown , do Winthrop Youhsf; do do do do do ° 06' do do do do .172 **; I'M: 172 j ity 55 59 172 172 172 172 ITS 172 172 172 172 172 1.72 172 172 172 172 172 111 92 106 172 172 172 172 172 172 173 172 172 172 r-a'W l4® 172 172 2 19 172 ' 172 172 172 172 172 172 ■im 172 172 172 172 %m m 172 172 2 09 rl93 193 IS ■ L-7Z -XP2 1-58 172 172 172 172 172 172 ,172 172 172 172 172 172 172 179 2 02 1 78 168 141 1-18 161 141 141 111 141 141 141 141 1 U 141 141 141 .141 141 ne 4 ne 4 nw 4 ne 4 sw t ne 4 se 4 he t. sw4se4 se 4 se 4 se 4 sw 4 sw 4 sw t nw 4 ne 4 netnw4 swt sw-t sw I net set nwt ne t he t hw t ne t sw t ne t se t ne t net nwt se t nw t • nwt net sw t ne t set ne t " nw 4 nw 4 : se 4 ii w 4 ■ sw 4 nw 4 se4 ne 4 ne 4 se 4 ' se t se t' nw 4 se t ne 4 se t sw t se t sw t nw t swt swt se t sw t seise 4'* ne 4 se 4 nw 4 sw 4 i sw £ sw41 i'Set swf ne.t nwt nwt-nwt jsw i swine t sw t, se'f swt net net set net nwt nwt- ne t sw t ^e tsw t . nwtse.t, sw t se} ne i sw.t ' se t sw t ■ntf tn#4 -1! nw t-nAV t 1 sw t hw t • ne t ne i 10 22 27 23. 29 TOWN 133, RANGE 33. Ben*. Ke'effVT setse:'-ts' Ao, do do do do do do do do do dp db do do do do do Winthrop Youn do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do >. ■ Benj. L.een. ■ do . ..* tfei .' claiw - do do do do do do do do do do do do do 18 19 do do do ne t net nw t ne t swtne 4 : HdiJl se 4 ne 4 " net set " set se 4 44 • net net 20 nw t ne t " ' 'swt ne ?f • -' | " se t ne 11 > j-3i':>! sw t nwt-.- t;ire;>? * nw^iSwt 4* sw t sw. t i. 44 ne t se t 44 nw t se t " nwt nwt 21 ' sw t nw t 44 |sw t ne t 23 se t ne 4 " . He4sw4 " nwt se.t ■ 44 sw 4 set: 44 se 4-SW 4 *4 |ne4nw4-- 24 nw t-nw t 44 se t,nw t ■ *j i ne t sw t 4t he t se t ■ . ■■" - nw tse t " sw t se t " setset... 4.4 ne 4riw:4'*.-*- 26'. se 4 nw 4 4< na4 ne 4 - • 29 nw t:nw t 44 sw t nw t 44 I ■ .: nm'i swt' " . sw t.swt ' " ..sefne t 31- ne t DIB i 44 sw t se t . se t se t " ne t nw.-1 32 nw t nw t " sw4-nw-4 " . se 4 nw 4 " TOWN 132, RANGE 33, ne t sw t 6 : setswt -,y&. sw.t-set . . ," set"ie,t,: ■' TOWN 133, RANGE 33. se t ne t 30 ne t se t " se t se t *4 TOWN 127, RANGE 34. Tax. 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 ! HO" 110 110 110 110 110 no 110 no no no no 110 110 110 110 365 3G5 183 183 183 183 . 1S3 183 183 269 ' 183 183 183 183 110 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 84 87 107 107 .107 1'07 197 107 107 107 107 • IB 107 107 F. B. Van Hoesen do do do John R. Howard do do <?o do M.J, Jordule John R. Howard Ti- .net nw ,ttw t BW ssv^nw't se t nw t ne t sw t nw'i swt swt swt setswt Lot No. 3 Lot No. 3 ne t nw t Name of owner. Description.. Jpkn R. Howard nw t nw 4 do tf#J nw f Sec. 22 do do se t nw t Lot No. 1 TOWN 128, RANGE 84. A. D. Brower sw t sw t 13 J. S. Brower se t se f " do ne t ne t 24 A. D. Brower ne t nw t 44 .do nwt nwt " do se 4 nw 4 ■ TOWN 129, RANGE 34. Augustus Gokey sw t nw t sidtk do se t nw t " town 132, Range 34. , C. McClure do do do do do do do do do do do ne i sw t nw t sw t sw t sw t l.se, t swt j net set nw t se t sw t se t se 4 se 4 ne 4 sw 4 se 4 sw f se4 net sw t ne t ■ IB 21. 28 TOWN 127, RANGE 35. Thos. McDonald D, M.'McCart Louis Sumnelson . do Walter Babcock do do do Geo. P. Parkhill do do do John Harkcom do do do Nils, Larson '^6* do do ID. M. McCart do ''So '■■' do .KH do do ' do • do do ne t nw t * nwtnwt ne t nw t nw t nw.t ne t sw t nwt swt j sw t sw t se t sw 4 ne 4 sw 4 nw tsw t | sw t sw t, se t swt ne t nw t ■ nw t nw t ! sw t nw t se t nw t Lot No. 1 nwtne t se t ne t sw t ha t [ Lot No.! 2 . ne t se t 4 riW} se t sw t se t sb'4 se 4 /ne 4 sw t nw t sw i swisw i setswt TOWN 129,' RANGE 35. 178 178 172 172 172 172 172 172 188 161 114 141 141 141 141 1.41 141 141 141 141 141 141 141 141 172 I 14l| 141 .141 129 141 141 141 141 i R4J! 141 141 141 141 141. 141 lS- 141: 172 _i72 Hl4i: 144 I 172 172 ' 1'* l"2 172 i-72 if? •172 172 ,172 141 141 141 14l 141 -.141 141 -;-'&'41 -n'4lx 141 141 141 141 ■J 14J 1-41 141 141 141 1 41 141 141 141 141 141 i > 3,4c ■ 141 141 141 141 141 141 , 141 .141 I' :ii« 141 -ill *41 ■tl4I 141 .141 141 . ffi.41 141 141 141 Patrick Hughes do do do do do do do Luther Dearborn do do do John Riddish do do do do do do John B. Rodgers do do do Miles Hollister t do do do do do do do Elijah G. Giljbs do Truman Buss do do do do d» do do di ne tse i nw t se t sw t se t se t se t net sw t Lot No. 2 swt sw t se 4 sw t ne t nw t nw t nw i sw f nw t_ set nwt Lot No. 5' Lot No. 1 Lot No. I ne t se t nw t se t sw t se t se t se t no.i sw t nwt sw t set sw t Lot No. 2 ne 4 ne t nw 4 ne 4' sw 4 ne 4 seinet .- net nw t - nw i nw t sw t nw t setnw t ne t se t nw 4ne* se i se t sw t se i Lot No. 6 -netsw.i se t sw t sw t sw t * Lot No. 7 Lot No. 3 Lot No;4 - 25 26 35 34 27 34 35 34 35 James B. Workhan ne t ne t do ""' do " do . 1iA- Luther Dearborn do do do Tax. 102 102 102 69 183 183 183 1.83 183 183 185 185 172 172 17E 172 ITS 172 172 172 129 172 172 172 96 116- 119 101 85 89 78 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 ■ 85 I 69 85 85 85 O-rR 102 102 102 1-02 102 102 1*2 102 85 8i 85 85 85 84 85 85 86 85 85 85 83 XI ' 51 85- 86 85 85 85 85 85 49 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 136 102 85 85 42 85 85 85 113 96 100 85 85 85 85 85 35 85 J -85 se 4 ne t few t he t"-' " Lot No. 2 ne t se t • nw i se t 44 swt se J- seis04'N' " "VTOTICE is hereby given that the. whole of up(4 the several tractsr of real Property - con-l tained in the foregoing list, or so much thereof as shall be necessary to pay the'taxes ana penalty chafed thereon, will be sc-id i at the residence otlTv.. Brower, at Round Prairie, the same being-tttaiAaditor's Ofiice OP :Todd County, in said County of Todd, on. the first Monday-of Tune nex=t, the same being the first day of June.18SS,.by the, County Treasurer Of said 'County, nniess such taxes and penalty be paid before that time. J. V. BROWER, " Auditor of Todd County, Minnesota, ^'-Written for the Herald*. •JS. Trip to the Saulc Valley ln 185 S'. BY THE AUTHOB. By noon we were once more on the road, and a.little before sunset arrived opposite St. Clorid, whieh is situated upon the west bank ofthe Mississippi. Crossing upon the ferryboat we were landed in "lower town," near the store at''that-time kept by Stephen Miller, who has since become widely known as Colonel of the First Minnesota, and more recently as Governor of the State. The Stearns House, also in lower town, was af that time the finest building tri* St. Cloud. The site was well cnosen, commanding as it does, beautiful views in every direction. It ig Situated upon the immediate bank ofthe river, which here rises precipitously to the height of nearly one hundred feet. Looking sonthwafdthe view Is seen but for a short distance below town but its serpentine course may be followed for miles as indicated by the 20 22 bluffS, whieHC^alllike; hold it to its course! -; From the Stearns House to " upper town" was about half a mile in- distance This was then, as Jnow, the business• centre, aiicl the Central House, was US principal hotel ahd'is such at the. present tiine.- -. Mrs..Swlsshelm *tE»! editress and proprietress ofthe only newspaper published west of Minneapolis, i. e„ upon the same side of the river. • The "_Stv Cloud Democrat"', was, evenat'that early day, well known throughout the East and West as a notoriously spicy little sheet, and no doubt was instrumental in making known to the people of "furren parfs" the'name and location of fair St Cloud. But, unfortunately, the spice got mixed with pojyitics, and a select, .fe^w of the rising and aspiring politicians .of the time deeming it encumbent upon $Stem to analyze the "compound" so asN to" preserye the ballotriruall its native purity; ete^-concluded th'attodo this it was, of course, necessary to separate it from the chaff. Well, during the investigation, someone thoughtlessly (?) upset the spine, politics and al1, into the bosom ofthe Father of Waters, He received the- whole-compound with open ajrsns.- and an audible chuckle, while smiles rlppledlip and cheek. Of course for a few weeks there was no "Democrat," but ! soon, phoenix like. It arose from the ashes, 102 j ai^d tiie spice, whish had been carefully bot tled, was fermented to such a degree that nothing of the cork and bottle order could have retained it another day. Notwithstanding the removal of the cork,the fermentation continued unabated, and tbe supply was very generally conceded to be Inexhaustible. Leaving St. Cloud .upon the Red River trail we passed over a beautiful level prairie, jwhl'cli caused me to think of the table" lands I had heard about, so uniform was i ts surface. Some three miles out we forded tbe Sauk River; so, I take it, we must now be in, or adjacent to, the Sauk Valley, of which I had dreamed : time and again. Welt, thisthen may be regarded as the threshold'to this beautiful valley, and now that we are safely Inside, we will, examine the furniture and fixlns'" generally. The river is shaded by large trees, arid the pure limpid waters go murmuring on over a firm, gravelly bed. A ffarm has been opened Just at the crossing by a French Canadian. He calls this his "claim," and thinks this a very fine oountry, indeed. Some'six miles farther on, through small prairies bordered by dense masses of timber, and we are in the town of St. Joseph, which la situated upon a beautiful, prairie encompassed on all sides hy forests. There is a Catholic church and convent here. In a small log building about 12x14, John H. Linneman, the now wealthy and Influential merchant, might have been seen dealing from his small stock of merchandise, goods to the few settlers who were then his neighbors. On we go some ten miles further and Cold Springs City is reached. It lies in a dell on the borders of a small, but charming prairie. A stream of the pnrest water flows through the town, which conslstecLof the Cold Spring House and stable, and one or two private residences. There Is something Cozy, cool and refreshing in this grotto-like retreat, shut ih-by forest trees on all sides. The Sauk River at this point affords a splendid water power, and at that time, 1858, was partially improved. Our road from this town wends over a high wooded hill, from the base of which on the side furthest from the embryo city, a grand view is obtained of diversified scenery. The general character of the country is level, and Is dotted over with groves and clumps of trees, and small prairies inter- . vening combine to form a charming landscape. Journeying on through this parklike scenery we, after traveling some four miles, find ourselves in "Richmond, where we again encounter the Saiik River. Crossing to the opposite shore npon a ferry-boat, we immediately go into camp. To-morrow I oh, joy! what sights we shall see! for we are going to cross the great prairie—forty miles of prairie! Let's shut our eyes and think about it, sweet friends. To-morrow has arrived and we are early upon the trail. " Is this the prairie, or is it oh the opposite side of yonder knoll 7" "Wall, I reckon it Is purty close onto it, anyhow." The knoll is gained, and we have a full view of the grand prairie. "And is this all 7" "All! do you say! pray what more did yon expect to see?" " I—that is—I—weU—I—why, this then is the prairie, is it7* I didn't know positively whether it was or not, that's all—ahem. These thoughts, reflections, meditations, or what you will, were soon dissipated by the cry of ~"all hands to the wheels." This cry was occasioned by one side of the wagon having settled down into the ground right on top of a considerable elevation. A long pull, a strong pull and a poU all together, and the wheels are almost out, when down go the "horses, hack slides the load. There Is no alternative tut to unload. The Wagon and horses are soon moved to firm, solid ground, and once-more we advance about two rods, when the vehicle, doubtless tired out in the last effort, concludes to' lie down and rest. rSo, after muoh toil, we are rewarded by Coming to a softer spot, where it is also decidedly- wet. Poor wagon.gets down upon Its knees and begs to be excused.. The horses rear and plunge; arid4 finally 'Settle quietly" down fo the inevitable necessities of the case. They are detached from the; load, and after making many futile attempts to' reach bottom, are safely conducted- to where they" can get footing. The load lb as to be carried across by hand, and the wagon is "snaked" across by means of a long rope to which the horses are attached after being brought to the verge of the sloughpthen all hands push aridhaul, and twitch and jerk, until after much wallowing, the whole establishment is put on 'tother side. Noon arrived and we were only some six miles from Richmond. The road Is 44 worser and wnrser " as we advance until about six o'clock P. M. Having made about eight miles, we conclude to lighten up by leaving half the load upon-the prairie. Eight o'clock and it being dark, the horses are taken from the wagon and weconclude to walk in to Lake Henry, distant about seven miles. Seven miles;. I -think you said, in ? Seven leagues, I should think. Well, about eleven o'olock we arrived at a former's' house near Lake Henry, and oh, so tired that any place bat that grand (?) prairie was like home. A good-supper of excellent warm biscuit, ham, potatoes, ooffee, fried eggs and hot coffee, a£$ ail the fresh milk that any one desired, was 'quite sufilcient to satisfy the most ravenous appetite: That we were hungry you " had better believe," . and did full justice to the bountiful repast. Our host was a German; but he had a wife, and may have hw yet for aught I know to the contrary, who knew a Yankee trick.<M; two about^eookinft .141 141 ,141 141 141 141 85 86 86 ' 85 102 102 .102 102 153 had a " white" supper. _ T was tired, and. my'belly so full, that I dreamed the most wonderful of dreamsthat night". At onetime I was King of the Cannibals,and I had more victims than I could dispose of. Again—but what has this- to do with the Sauk Valley ? Refrestted by the night's-rest, we.go down to the lake before? breafcfest. ft Is a rather shallow body of water, partially surrounded by a belt of timber to the depth lofcnearly a-mi-let ,There are some excellent meadows here for making, hay: After the " matin meal" it waa'dec-ided that five of our party'should returnfor the load, and the remaining three. would continue on to the point for which we had started and which we could reach by evening. The distance is nearly twenty-fl ve miles—not much of a walk of course—just what 1 thought. For three or four hours it was delightful wandering over the beautiful flower bestrewn prairie, gathering boquets and anticipating the view which would be obtained from the next elevation, [Concluded oat Fourth Page.] I I I 1
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SAEK CENTRE, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1868.
_ FVB1ISHED EVERT THURSDAY MORNIlTOf
A.t Saulc Centre, Minn.,
BY J. H. & S. SIMONTON.
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one block west of the Sauk Centre House.
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Public and Conveyancer,
Will attend to any business pertaining tb a
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The Practice of Law
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Todd County Delinquent
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List of Lands situated in the County of Todd
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