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IRTHWEST NEWS
beaowood traqedv.
l,v HeP
ilranken Al»us#,
not rails. Minn.. Aus 4. .Toll,,
U
lt
inrtictcd.
k,le
1
1
Vof
O'ConnelTs clothes
saturated with kerosene and liis
was set on lire. Although his
was recovered after being badly
the bouse was burned to the
His at first thought that ho had
I a(H*itlfutally burned to death in
Line, hut the statements of the
I oiliest of the nine O'Connell
|.,n made to the county authori
Irp'to the effwt that Mrs. O'tVn
lnife of the luurdered man was
author of the horrible deed,
liars
that O'Connell and a noigli
li'liarlcs Cahatran. roturnod homo
vuiirct about 8 o'clock Friday
Both were drunk, and O'Con
Ibiought home a jug of whisky.
L,n soon left the place, but
Viell continued imbibing the con
fuf the jug.
O'Connell retired about 11, ami
Lell a" hour later. A qtmnel
fljave occurred between them, be-
O'C'ounell soon caino down
ami retired to an annex, w here
(ell asleep. Shortly afterwards
O'Connell came down and re
tbe nine children from the
Tlu1 oldest one. a boy 17 years
foreseeing trouble, left for a neigli
i for assistai"e. While ho was
.according t^ the stories of the
girls. Mrs. O'Connell. srmimnlg
Ithere were cattle thieves in the
left her children in the woods
[inlied into th- house in a frenzied
tlon. where she dealt the fatal
(with a churn dasher or some in
tuit probably of iron. Shortly
ward the lioue was enveloped in
k nud when help arrived OVou-
I badly hurp'jd body was taken
the tire. A coroner's jury was
aided and rturned a verdict of
froui violence at the hands of
Wd ikm-sous, and It was not until
mlay. when a post mortem was
|ihat tin* t'actn came out.
.O'Connell Is still irrational, and
pds not to know that O'Connell is
I The sheriff took charge of all
ini* hearing in the crime,and yes
afternoon Cornty At'on.cy
authorized the arrest of Mrs.
[mell. the 17-year-old son. the
daughter nd a person named
Bennett, who has been staying
Icoiuiell's house during the past
ler, but who claims to have been
Ton the night of the crime. Ben
bs lodged in jail here last night,
jounell was .'lit years old ami was
liked by his neighbors. Ilis wile's
ktny to drink was strong, and his
|of her and the children whil1 Mi
ls influence may have driven her
Inpornrv insanity and tile com
fu of the crime.
SAVS SHU 1111) IT.
on
tin*
D'Coanell Arknuwleilf*
Murder.
pood Falls, Minn., Aug. Mrs.
•O'Connell. accused of murdering
lwband in West line township, has
Irrested and lodged in jail. Iler
•James was arrested with her.
|0Coniiell has made a Inil con
of the murder and attirms that
[waft implicated in it but herself
Jt
she did it under great provo
aud in self-defense. She ex
Bennett. the hired man. who
•under arrest. The county at
rKays Mrs. O'Connell's mind ap
Ipwfectly clear now ami that she
W'
0 b,e to
''enson and talk
pwlly, Tli" general opinion.how
lis that a woman could not easily
J'ue wounds by which the skull
really beaten into atoms. Sev
"wners and sisters of O'Connell,
Mario. Wis., were outspoken in
the murder. In the public
a-v* '»lter the funeral, the
loudly cried out for veii
toovertake the murderer. Mr.
the county attorney, had great
in keeping order around Mur
Bouse.where Mrs. O'Connell was,
i»«i?
,0-day
to get her re-
Uedwood Falls.
®Rect a mom mext.
^•loa'a Tribute to Bfajor
lit i"
A,,«.
.*». The Minresota
er'
of the Loyal Legion, in
n. ^'^torday afternoon at
nun. Vn,e' to erect a hand
.onunient over the grave of the
*th
n
ball
White. Up to
v ,llo,lt
hs ago, Maor
tor years, in his capacity
the Minnesota com
niol( tlian
Perhaps any
the growth and
,Whit'u Lo-val
Region. It was
L, moreover, who estab
'°Jal Legion in the North-
Cr*«ED
BY DltlKK.
Aug. 4 .-\j(.i,olas Sc-hacffer.
ijfo
u*
i'is throat with a
*n nr Tlul,lnlK,1t hist night ill
i, "b Ha nor. M'J Pleas
N irni
w,I'l.v.
l,»chniK
to the
hit'-hen. sat
He n' •K'ooniplishod the
Pin
IU0»tI«J
last spring.
*s
fo
drink caused the
toil ii
13
was loru ncar
a'K
mother dying when
leb*ririT* ol(l.
1
Mr. Bauer took
Jlven
an1
brought him up.
"•l to„^Ulp'r.vm(*»t. and up to
.ll°ok J'
8*eady
I
in hi^ habits.
I^ttlwi 1
lnk,ftml lt ls
thought
u Uls
mind.
^»HASS 'TLTIVATIO*.
A *»mlM o, E^meilf,
I-nkf Farm.
Island Lake. Mum
number of im,
MII
011 the In
well known lanuor and
input politiciMn of WVstliiu- town
Uedwood county, was immU'ivil
Saturday xnornini- at
liuuso. Srveu KaslH-s were
liis scalp l.v blunt iron
ment! three of winch broke the
i",, many different places, and
ausHl death. After the blows
Len
.^
irrass .,!»• V
A
Kr-
,n
S.
]ZT''u,u'xmw
I i it ,!m
K™
1 U
xl«-nnient.s
in
,H'illK OU(bicte|
11 tin state experiinental farm here
Ihese mastications are foi the
I«»K« of iinding out the various gr-ivJj
best suited for the climate o TJ
o.
V u n liave
considered that it
OU1,,y'
W haV(1
cess if r* "r°-VU
•ioii'
U™1
With n at
i.,Vri',tr1'
s"-
'r
a,v a,,1
cultiva-
•M-owii.lr 1 m*nt methods of
drill pr,,f°Vir 'S
t0.
wl/hf"11"
S0W U Wi,h the
nHI. 1 iof. Mieppard of Fargo has e.\
•eir'w!
iU
u'is
IiUe'
Ilis
n ,s
lmVt
.vi*l'i Ibis
niagnlhceiit. He mixes grass
°f
II sfml"
1,11,1
'l,u'r
1
«*»"ver.
SUlt'
t(
}riV('
11
1,ulk-
mV ^n,,!1 *»rill as dose as
possible, and crosses the seeding al
1 eady done with wheat and oats. Hv
^ins method lie puts his :rass seed fair
ly deep in the ground, and it gets a
good stand. The Asike is the clover
lowlands It Will thrive 01, ground
ti is 0Mi
for r(1(1
,()p
k s jjot
lor high lands. The Maininoth
clover is a heavier grower and bids
lair to surpass the red clover in West
ern Minnesota. Ued clover is biennial.
It droits seed the second year of its
growth. If left 011 the ground and not
carried away it will reseod itself. We
ha\e land here that has resccdcd itself
tor ten years. For sowing 011 uplands
al\ise tanners to use the Mammoth
and red clover. Asike and timothy ar«
the tincst forage grasses."'
THE FIOHT FIZZLED.
Tlie Stir-rlfT Interfered and Hade
'llliltJ£M Ho1 fop Ih* Pugl.
Winona, .Minn.. Aug. An attempt
was made by the La Crosse Athletic
dub to pull off a prize fight in Winona
county between lfenty Tewitt, styled
the champion middleweight of Minne
sota. and Hilly Mitchell, the St. Paul
kid. The promoters and several hun
dred sports left La Crosse 011 a at
that landed a few miles lielow lJrcs
bach. but the stay was short, for
Sheriff Fuhrmann put in an appear
ance and arrested the principals.
A Mill and a Comity Sent.
lied Lake Falls, Minn.. Aug. d—Potts
& Newton. Michigan saw mill men.
have signed a contract with this place.
They get a Imuhis of and a mill
site, and have to put up a mill that can
be insured for $L'UHHI, In case of tire,
the village of lied Lake Falls will re
ceive of the insuranc" money.
Their mill is to be in operation in time
to saw part of next year's cut. This
mill is very important to Ked Lake
Falls, as the extra population it will
bring will cut (juite a figure in the
county seat light which will be on next
election.
Want Damage*.
Winona, Minn., Aug. •'(.--Claims for
damages have been presented against
the city by Peter Skow for $1,000, and
by his wife for $,'5,000. Mr. Skow's
horse was scared at a pile of stone
screenings on Huff street and reared
so that in falling it broke its neel and
died, while Mrs. Skow was thrown out
and injured, it is alleged, permanently
iu the hip.
Work la Hp Inn Pualied.
Barnesville. Minn Aug. ((. Harvest
ing began last Saturday, and has now
become quite general. Kain is caus
ing some delay, but the work is being
pushed as rapidly as possible. It i
now believed that the yield will b?
much better than was expected two
weeks ago.
Lok* for Many Yenr«.
St. Hi la ire. Minn.. Aug. G. The St.
llibire I,umber company has let a con
tract for the cutting of .'{(0.000.000 (Vet
of logs on lied lake. A logging rail
way eighteen miles long is to be con
structed. The contract will take ten
to fifteen rears.
A Winona Retirement.
Winona. Minn., Aug. 0.—Prof. Man
fred .1. Holmes has resigned the chair
of history, civics and social science in
the Winona normal school to take
charge of the department of pedagogy
and psychology in the state normal
university at Normal, 111.
Arretted for Arson.
Redwood Falls, Minn., Aug. fi.—
Three farmers named Kly. father and
two sons, were arrested yesterday
charged wit It arson for having mali
ciously set fire to growing flax valued
at $3tk) last April.
Hally Scalded.
Mazeppa, Minn.. Aug. d.—The 3-year
old child of County Commissioner
Springer, near Zumbro Falls, has been
badly scalded with hot water. Hoih
arms and one leg wire burned, but it
is thought 1 e w ill recover.
For a rn»*U.
Tyler. Minn.. Aug. ».•• citizens are
negotiating with the NorthweMern
road for the purchase of a piece
land for a park.
Died of Old Aire.
ITecbir. Minn.. Aug. 5.-A. II. Nixon,
coninioiilv called "I ucle Al." is dead
from old age. He wa. 88ycars old.
Hnrv -«t
but later
In Otter Tall.
Fem,, Falls. Minn.. Aug. 0. Wheat
Is fcnpnil. TIk' Bram U
lint. I"
""'r
Tilil
I'nii'ntx iMNtifd.
Lis
v
I'-'itcnts issued lust week to
Northwestern inventors:
I rank .1. Coombs, Columbia Falls.!
Mont., bicycle brake: John A. Markoe.
White Bear, Minn., mechanical voting
lmu hine: Samuel A. Peterson. Kent.
linn., grain elevator: John (J. starter,
fort Logan. Mont., tire tightener Kd
\\ard Khepard. White Sulphur Snnugs.
Mont., iiamnier: Zenith Wall Plaster
uud inisli Co.. Minneapolis. Minn.,
(tri.de niarki wall plaster and finish.
1. 1. Merwin, Patent Lawyer, H10
I lOiieer Press Building. St. Paul, Minn.
Artfnl Andnelty.
"So Boracks is going to marry that
aged Munti girl, is he?"
"\es: and the funny part of it is that
he told her he wanted to marry her ou
account of her fortune."
"Eh:"
He told her she was too young and
foolish to have the care of so much
money."—Indianapolis Journal.
Free Trip to Ala«ka
From St. Paul to Alaska for nothing.
,T'.Vc"k
ts giv?1
iway. K:-ter the "Klon-
^Ivke" word contest. Limited to the first
Too subscrib. rs. 'i'cu won't see this ajrain.
Address Home and Garden Newspaper
Row t-- p,)U], Miin.
Too Intelligent.
"Do you say that you received a col
lege education?" asked the court of
the would-be juror.
"}es. your lVinor."
"Challenged for cause," promptly in
terrupted the counsel for the prisoner.
Detroit Free Press.
I know that my life was saved by Piso's
Cure for Consumption. John A. Miller,
Au Sable. Mich., April 21. lfc!C.
A Helping Hand.
Philanthropy—My wife is getting up
a subscription for a bicycle for the
pastor. What will you subscribe to
wards it?
Philistine—Well, you can put me
down for the wind for the tires.
To Care Con«tlpatlon Forever.
Takp Cascarets Candy Cathartic 10c or 25c.
It
C. C. C. fall to cure, druggist® refund money.
Yellowstone Park eonta
"7 .iare miles.
ns an area of
Hall's Catarrli Cure
is a constitutional cure. Price, 75e.
A pneumatic bumper, to be used in
trolley cars, to knock careless pedestrians
ant of tliH way without seriously hurting
them. .s been contrived hy a lialti
moreun.
I'oe'i Couch Balsam
1* the oldwt and best. It w ill br.-ak up a cold quicker
tlian aiij'tiiitr t-lhe. lt is alwa.v* rellaba-. Try it.
Too Small to Notice.
Magistrate—lid the accused offer
any resistance?
officer Knock-—Only three dollars,
your honor, and a pawn ticket.
EDUCATIONAL,.
A IIi( li Claas Aendemj- for Tonng
Lnriie*.
Iiubuque. Iowa. Mount St Joseph ACADEMY
FOR G1KLS Careful Training: in Every De
partment, Kefrular and Elective Courses of
Btudy, Vocal and Instrumental Music, Elocution
and Physical Culture. Ratet Low Send lor
trofpetius. Address ihe Sister Superior.
An ice cream dealer in Eastpart, Me.,
is a bicycle rider, and wheels around the
city with a big advertisement of hts busi
ness on his v heel. He believes in ad
vertising.
Xext lo An Approving? Conscience.
A viperous stomach is the greatest of
mundane blfssinps. Sound digestion is a
guaranty of quiet nerves, musjular elas
ticitv. a hearty appetite and a. regular
habit of body. TF.ough not always a nat
ural endowment, it nu y be aejuir~!
through the agency of Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters, one of the most effective in
vigorants and blood fertilizers in exist
(nee. This fine tonic also fortifies thos.
who use it against n alari i, and lemeJn s
biliousntss, constipation and rheuniatinn
Eleven hundred paper mills are in op' i
ation in the United St a Vs. Paper mak
ing ranks fifth among our industries.
Educate Yonr Bovrela with Cn.caret*.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever,
10c. If C. C. fail druggists rtlund money.
Child marriages are so common In India
that the average age of a mother when
*he givis birth to ber first child 5s ten
years.
ALASKA! Miner's Guide to the Gold Field?!
m:d iatett authorized map, showing different
roj.es. Ail about Placer dining. Outfits, i
lUte*. Etc., by mail 2"c. Taylor Publishing I
Co., Box 2514. St. Paul, Minn. I
Some of the women of China are begin- i
ning to comprehend the folly of com-!
pressing the fort. A mission iry has been
enlightening them on the subject.
Mr*. Winnlow'dSoothing Syrup
For children teethlnir.Mittenn the krumo.
reduce* inflam
mattou.ailayii p&iu, cures wimi tolic. l!i cents bottle.
A hnlilmt's tooth made a s1 ght scratch
oil the thumb of a lishrrman in Hull.
l.'ng.. ami in three days In died of blood
poisoning.
Don'tTn!»a~pr»
At
a
cwiuty.
Se»v Flour Mill.
Trier. Minn., Aug. C.-A flour null is
to completed by Oct. 18.
of Elk horn, Iowa, is proprietor.
Alw»*l Finished.
eroops seem fair.
•iplt *n 1 Yonr M'f Anay.
'Jo Qtut tobacco easily and lorever, be mas
netic, full of life, nerve m.d vigor, take No-lo
l'ac the wond'r-woriicr il .'it niakPB weak men
Ftrong Al! druggists. BOc oi $1. Core guaran
teed. Boklet and famine fret-. Ad'lrefc.s .ster
ling Henu-dv Co.. Chicago "J' New lork.
single l»ak«
are
baki
in Huston 10,0(10 pics
c\ y
IHINNEAP0L1S
The tinned Window. 1
"Here. I told you to sit where you
could look through the window in the
door and see if the master gossiped
with the typewriter girl.'' i
"Yes. ma'am."
"DUi you do it?"
"Yes, ma'am."
"Did you see anything'.'" I
"No. ma'am."
"Pi:oh your eyes must have been
glazed:"'
"No. ma'am, it wasn't my eyes—It
was the window."—Cleveland Plain
Dealer.
Road the Advertisement*.
You will enjoy this publication much
better if you will get into the habit of
reading the advertisements they will
afford a most interesting study and
will put. you in the way of getting
some excellent bargains. Our adver
tise! s are reliable they send what they
i.dvertisi
March 8, 1ED71
i
SLICKER
WILL KEEP YOU DRY.
n't be fooled with a mackintosh
or r'.ib. er coat. If you »anlao at
t'ut will kei-p you dry in the liar
est storm buy the Fish Brand
S i. kc-r If not for sale in your
town, write for catalogue to
A J. TOWER, Boston, Mass
nonocv ^EW DISCOVERYI
|#IWr I quick relict ami int-K wortt
i-hm's. Semt for bouK of testimonials and lO dayn'
treatment Free. l»r. M.H.tittfKS'sfcOS, ACtrt», b«.
HfllTIkJO
The b#,t ReJ
IIIJII• IIIM
1 1 1
Established 1879.
WOODWARD & CO.
Sagwa
1
AN OPEN LETTER
To MOTHERS.
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THB
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD CASTORIA AND
"PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK.
I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Byannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA/' the same
that has borne and docs now y/fT/r
bear the facsimile signature of wrapper.
This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been
used in, the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the kind you have always bought ////_*
a n a s e s i n a u e o i Z & U w a
per. No one has authority from me to use my name except
The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher i$
President.
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute
which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies
on it the ingredients of which even he does not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You^
E O A O O A W O o S S O
We Luy all kinds
IF YOU WANT TO SPKCLLATK, DEAL IN FI TI KKS.
Correspondence .solicited. Address all telegrams and inail matter to main office at
Minneapolis.
DRAXt TT OFFK'KS- Dulutli, Chicago, Milwaukee.
davs. lihinks and circular* tree. No ctiarce to employers for recommending teachers
SOUTHERN TEACHERS BUREAU. REV. DR 0. M.SUTTON. A. M.. »SUflON TEACHERS' BUREAU.
S W HI' MHI'I A 3d st» .1
.nulHvllle,Ky, i'reyident »n! Manairrr. 69-71 lx-*rtwrn St.. t'hicftgro. Ill"
fr'orthsrn rm .i tn-itt i 'it cayo nliicr. Southern varan fie* Lomsville Office- One fit rrgUter* tn both ojfire*.
R°P®
11
lr-
tor
per
(1-
chp**nd
)'»iib ln-
Knh«t tn'o* for l*i»«t#r
Bampies ree. Th« umlu uoomu i«.,iaaideB,li.J.
LgnDPDisow
A SPECIALTYS"r?S
tiary ilLOOU I'OISON permanently
Mirc(1in i5io35 days. You can be treated a|
homo for same price under pameguaran»
ty. If you prefer to
eomehece weTrillcoo*
tructtf. pny railroad fareand hotel bill5,and
fccffharce, if we tuii to euro If you have taken nter«
J.y, loiidv notash, ana si'.il have aches and
nur*. 1
DfcousVatchei in mouth, Soic Tli i ...at,
j'im.vlea, 1'oppcr loiorea pots, l'lcc-«i on
»i iy part of the body. Hair or Kvebrow.* fa
lline
oat, it is this Secondary lsL()Of I'OISON
wf. trnarantee to euro Wo solicit the must
jiate eases r.n« ciiallonce the world for SI
cusewecfinii'itcure. Tina di cave hr.5 always
haflted the ,kiii of the most eminei-t p!iyni
l-ians. #.rvi0,000 capital behind our hi-fcr.di«
lional gnaranir. Ahaoluteproof* pp:i» noalcct oc
uoplicnt n. Address CO..
«}0 7 ALuoaio Xeuuple, CUiCAOO, ILL*
GRAIN COMMISSION
BRANCH—CHICAGO AND MILWAUKEE.
Orders for Future Delivery Ezeouted in All Markets.
jfc..
IS SURE.
The greatest merit of any
medicine is sure relief. That's
the great merit of Sagwa. In
any and all diseases that are
caused by bad blood Kickapoo
Indian Sagwa is a specific.
Ninety per cent, of diseases be
gin in the blood, and ninety per
cent, of diseases are curable by
the prompt and proper use or
Sagwa. It expels from the blood
all the corrupting and corroding
elements and builds up a i.^w
body with new blood. There is
no substitute for
Kickapoo Indian
Sagwa.
CORN EXCHANGE, Minneapolis, Minn.
TEACHERS WANTED!
Send for list of 4.000 vacancies-we have Rpveral times as many vacancies as members
Must have more members. Several plan»: two plans give free registration: one plan GUAHAM
TKKS positions. 10 cents pays for book, con .a nine plans and a JWXI.uO love story of Col
071
every
on
ft
BUYERS
v.ruiu and Seeds on track, any station in Minnesota, North and South
Dakota. Don't speculate on vour cash product sell on track. Write or telegraph for prices.
leg*
$100 To Any Man.
WILL PAY $100 FOR ANY CASE.
Of ITcakneii in Hen They Treat and
Fall to Care.
An Omaha Company places for the first
time before the public a MAGICAL TKEAT
JiEvr for the er.re of Lost Vitality, Nervous
and ISerua.1 erJme. s, and. Restoration of
Life Force in o and young men. Ho
worn-out French re:.iedy contains no
Phosphorous or other harrr.rr.l dr .-^s. It i»
a WoxDcuri'L Titr.ATMEXT—magical in it»
cfTeetj—positive in its cure. All reader.^
v. ho are siiCoring from a weai.ne s tlmt
blights their life, cau: ing thr.t n:e::tal and
physical suffering peeulirr to Lo Man
hood, should write to the 1'ATE MEDICAL,
COMPANY, Omaha, 'eb., and they -will
fend you absolutely FREE, a vuluabl*
paper oa the e diseasee, and positive proof*
of their truly Magk ai, Tn-ATurNT. Thous
ands of men, who have lost all bono of
cure, aro being restored taapor
fect con lit ion.
This 5iA al Treatmext cay bo taken
at home unrler their diroetiocs. or they will
pay railroad fare and hotel bills to all who
prefer to go there for treatment, if they
tail to cure. They are perfectly reliable
havo no Tree Prescriptions, Free Curo,
1 ^ee Samplo, or C. O. 1). fake. They have
iL.0.000 capital, and guarantee to euro
every case they treat or refund every dollar
or the charges may be deposited iu a
bank to be paid to them when a curo is
effected. \Yrite the:n todr-.
PATENTS
H. B. WILLSON A. CO.,Wasb
ington, D. C. No fee ilI patent
red. 4ft.«*ace liouk freo,
•jUKts WHtKt ALL tLhfc FAILS
yrup. Tastes
(icoii.
L"
Id by druiiBist
S I). X. 1 \o, ist»r.
DULUTH,

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