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H. S. JUDSON, President.
jr. A. RISING, Vice-President. L. 0. IlOLISTElt, Cashier. irst Mdtiona! Bank, OF MORRIS, MINN. CAPITAL, $50,000. This Bank Conducts A GENERAL BANKING AND EX CHANGE BUSINESS. Money to loan on chattel or persona! se curity iii any amounts desired. Loans ne gotiated on improved farms. ith a largelv increased capital, we have better facilities for all departments of busi ness than ever. We pay savings bank rates on time de posits. We can place more money on improved farms at better rates than ever. We can write insurance in snch 'strong sompames as the National, of Hartford, llome. of New York, St. Paul Fire and Ma rine, the unrivaled Aetna. The president is agent for all the railroad lands in this vicinity, the cheapest land now for sale and is going fast. The President is agent for the strongest accident insurance company in the world— he Travelers, of Hartford, in which acci dent insurance is written out tickets good from one to thirtv days, or on policies good for one vear with weekly indemnity in case of injury. This is 110 "Mutual Company," but has the CASH to nay all losses. We respectfullv solicit the accounts of Merchants, and all who have dealings with banks in this section of the state. Republican County Convention. A Republican Convention for the county of Stevens will be held at the Court House in the Village of Morris, on SATURDAY, JCNE 30TH, 1S94, at two o'clock p. M., for the purpose of electing eight delegates to attend the State Convention at St. Paul. Julv 11th, 1894 nine delegates to attend the Congressional convention to be held at Fergus Falls, September 13th, 1894 ten del egates to attend the Legislative convention to be held at Wheaton, August 1st, 1894: also to place in nomination candidates for the following offices: Auditor, Treasurer, Register of Deeds, Sheriff, County Attorney, .1 udge of Probate,Superintendent of Schools, Court Commissioner, Coroner, and Commis sioners, and to transact such other business is may properly come before said conven tien. The county committee respectfully rec ommends that a caucus, called by a notice published in each of the county papers, be held in each township, and that a lull ex pression of the Republicans of the county be secured as far as possible. One delegate at large and one for each twenty-five votes or niajor fraction thereof cast for Governor Nelson in 189'2is the basis of representation, giving the towns and vil lages delegates as follows: Moore Hodees Vramuas... Swan Lake Kendsvllle. Morris Iarnen Norton 1 Wynnes 2 Scott 2 Pepperton 1 Donnelly 2 Eldorado 2 Kverglade 1 Baker 1 Stevens 2 Vll. of Morris 8 Vil. of Hancock S BY ORDER OF COMMITTEE. THURSDAY, JUNE ai, 1894- No. 33- LOCAL. L. J. Lundemo, of Litchfield, was in town Friday. If copious rains would only come,it would be a God-send indeed. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wolff are visit ing relatives in Browns Valley. We will soon vyant to insure our crops against drought as well as hail. H. J. Dresser is going to leave Hancock and make Benson his heme. Lota of complaint these days over the drouth, and it is ft diy time in deed. v- For lack of patronage the excursion to Glen wood last Sunday was abandoned. To-day is the longest day, of the .longest year, the longest memory •cares to recall. Mrs. A. McConviile returned Satur day from a week's visit to her family at Parnell, Minn. The good housekeeper's motto: Use only "Dwight's Flour" Golden Link brand. 35tf Among the callers at TUB SUN office yesterday, were Lewis Zimmer man and son, of Chokio. Willmar and Marshall ball clubs Are to play at Ganite Falls on July 4th, for a purse of $75.00 H. L. Smith and W. P. Fowler went to Burt rum Monday, to look after business interests. A game of ball for glory and boodle between nines from Darnen and Scott is to be played Monday* If the day is fine a goodly number of our people will attend the ball game at Glen wood Saturday. Elsewhere will be found a call for a meeting on Saturday next, of the democratic county committee. B. A. Stone, accompanied by his nephews George and Bobbie Hager man returned home Saturday. It is announced that our local baH clubs will have a return game this afternoon at the driving park. Mrs. Thos. Collahan, of Minne apolis, is visiting relatives in Morris, and will remain for several weeks. Have you tried the cream tonic soda at Hulburd & Co'sT If not you don't know what you have missed. Sheriff Munro was a delegate to the congress of the national prison association held in St. Paul last week. Money to loan on farm lands at 7 per cent, interest. Apply to H. S. Judson at First Nat. Bank. 33tf Well, there is always something to be thankful for and that is the mosquito crop is a glorious failure this season. If the finder of a black silk parasol lost last Thursday evening, will re turn same to Mat Diedrich, he will confer a favor. Very few were in attendance at the Threshers meeting last Saturday afternoon, and there was no action of importance taken. After a practical test of two angle iron windmill towers, S. Stewart is satisfied with his experience and will erect a new one of wood. Continous dry, hot southerly winds, are causing the ground to dry and the grain to wilt, and rain is both badly and sadly needed. A party consisting of L. Thoele and family and H. Eames and family have been camping at X'QJ&UXS' grove for a VeekpMt. Lawrence Mtmro entertaiwd a party of young piaymaies on Satur day, the occasion being his birthday anniversary. Miss Aimee Wells and Messrs. Fred Smith and Fred Hill returned from Carleton college on Friday tot (ben: summer vacation. Mrs. W. S. Baker, who ha» hewn visiting relatives in Morris the past week, left for her home in Foreman, N. D., on Monday. Judge Brown, having completed the Pope county term of court, re turned home Satuitky aad lift Mon day for Wh^fiton. On the second page will be found a very interesting article on the purpose and aims of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. From the way the twine men are quoting prices of late, it looks as if there would be some cheap twine this season should any be required. Walter DeLaHunt has shipped his household goods to Willmar, and Engineer Corbett and family will occupy the residence Mr. DeLaHunt vacates. Our local market is kept well sup plied by farmers, with seasonable garden truck, and the grocery stores are well stocked with berries and other fruits. Old settlers are picnicing at Winter mutes' grove to-day, and "all ye ancient residenters"of Stevens county, are not only requested, but expected to be present. Gen. Manager Kendrick, of the N. P. and family, who have been rusticat ing at Glenwood, passed through Morris on Sunday, co route via the G. N. to St. Paul. Arrangements are being made for a union picnic of the Methodist and Congregational Sunday school chil dren. The time or place has not as yet been fixed upon, A grand time is reported bj the delegates to the state firemens con vention, their reception and enter tainment in Minneapolis being most hospitable and pleasant. A special convocation of Mt. Lebanon Chapter is called for Satur day evening next, June 23rd, for work in the R. A. degree. This announce ment will ensure a full house. The salutatorian at the Carelton college commencement, was Miss Marion, the talented daughter of Rev. B. Fairbanks, formerly of this place but now of Waverly, I1L E. F. Hill represented Crystal Lodgo I. O. O. F. at the session of the grand lodge held in Minneapolis last week, and Mrs. F. A. Zahl was the delegate to the Rebekah encamp ment. A parasol with black handle and of black material with white stripes, was left at the Stevens County Bank on Thursday last. It is now at this office and owner may have same by proving ownership. All who can, should patronize the entertainment at the Indian Indus trial school this evening, and they will be repaid for so doing, as a very nice program has been prepared for the occasion by the children. Even a tramp resents being called a "Coxeyite," and one of them got angry the other day when hailed as 'Coxey," and wanted it understood he was no "pud," and tfas going to Dakota, not to Washington. Plans for the addition to the west side school house have been received, and the specifications are also ready. The excavating contract was let by the school board on last Saturday to J. Stinson and J. Kennedy. Prof. Lewis, of Macalester college, was in town last week,making surveys of the Indian mounds in this locality Those in C. Wintermute's, L. D. Perkin's, Herman Winters' and Julius Zahl's farms having been located. Graceville will celebrate July 4th, with an attractive program and the Enterprise announces our fellow townsman E. J. Jones as one of the orators. Several hundred dollars are hung up in purses for the races. An amendment to our charter, pro viding for street sprinkling, and authorizing the assessment of real property on all streets sprinkled, is a necessity and should be looked after at he next session of the legislature. A double work harness was found just west of town on Tuesday, by Marshall Griffith. It is probable as it was hidden under some hay, that it was stolen, and anyone missing the property can have same by identi fying it. We are requested to announce that the Threshermen will meet at House & Munro's office on Saturday after noon next, and take definite action on the proposed organization. As matters of importance are to be transacted, a general attendance is requested. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stone, Jr., will entertain the young people of the Christian Endeavor society, at a social to be held on to-morrow even intf. Conveyances for the accommoda tion of those who have no teams, will be at the Congregational church at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Notice. A meeting of the democratic county committee for Stevens county will be held at the Hotel Morris, one Satur day, June 23rd. A. MCCONVILLI, Mrs. H. L. Hulburd left Saturday uoon for Minneapolis, and ac companied the Doctor to his home in New York State, where they go to participate in the festivities of the golden wedding anniversary of Dr. Hulburds' parents. Commencing on Thursday evening, .Tune 28th, and continuing for one week, there will be camp meeting ex ercises at Wm. Gausmans' grove in the town of Pepperton. English service on Sunday afternoon, July 1. A large attendance is expected^ aa -a general invitation is extended. The Benson Monitor announces the marriage of E. E. Stone, an old time resident of Benson, but now of St. Paul, to Miss Jeanette Earhuff, also of the saintly city, the event to take place the 19th, inst. Eric has a large number of friends as well as rel atives in Morris, who will join in con gratulations. Friday's showeta did a great amount of good to growing crops, but the rainfall was very uneven, light in some portions, and not very heavy in any. The crops need a good soaking rain and it is required ere long too. In some localities where there is a sandy subsoil the crops have been in jured somewhat by the drouth. Our old friend, and one of the first and best settlers in Stevens county, Peder Bjork, has commenced the erection of a neat two story cottage on Second street east, and will move with his wife and daughter to town. Mr. Bjork has well earned a more easy life, during the remainder of the many days we hope will be yet spared to him and his, Notwithstanding the fact that the road and poll tax are only half of what they were for the past five years, there has never been more or better work done on our streets than this year. Councilors Newell, Judson and Danielson have constituted the street committee and Mr. Newell has had supervision of the work, and to him is due much of the credit. A trio of frail females and their male proprietors, who were ordered out of the village limits a week ago, and had taken up a temporary abode near the N. P. track north of town, were on Monday ordered out of the county under penalty of prosecution. This same vile outfit were bounced out of Benson recently, and they left this vicinity Monday in a hurry. In overhauling some old papers in the store room of the post office last Saturday, Postmaster Randall found bundle containing twenty-five letters postmarked Oct. 6, 1890, that by some accident had got into a twine box during his predecessor's incumbency. This will account for some old letters that may have been received by our readers the first of the week. We have been requested to call at tention to an almost impassable place in the road between sections 3 and 4 in the town of Morris, and would sug gest until such time as the place re ferred to is made safe, that a mark be put up to warn passers of the danger. One or two teams have had trouble there, having been mired and only extricated after assistance was obtained. The three parties, Ivewoo, Olson and Suckstorp, indicted at Glenwood for grand larceny in second degree were sentenced, the first named to 3J years and the others to 2£ years in the state prison. Swenson got If years for burglary and C. Quist for assault in second degree got 2 years. Ander son and J. Quist for abusing female under sixteen years, got 1 year each in Stillwater. A merry camping party consisting of Mrs. C. E. Camp, Mrs. Dr. W. W. Thurber and Mrs. D. T. Wheaton and children, are enjoying the breezes on the shores of lake Pomme de Terre. This week Mrs. F. A. Hancock and Mrs. W. F. Cooley are the guest of the campers, and all report a most delightful time. This lake is becom ing popular and attractive and is destined to be ere long the resort for the summer months. One of the largest and finest com bined fire and burglar proof safes ever brought to Morris was received by Wm. Wunsch last week. The safe is a large double doored one, with a burglar proof steel chest with cut off spindle, anti dynamite flanges and all the modern improvements. It is roomy also, has ample space for books and papers, and is very prettily finished inside an out. It is of the Diebold manufacture. Bids were opened by the school board last Saturday, for the work of excavating for the addition to the west side school, and the following are the tenders made James Brennan... .28 cents per yard W.J. Morris ..28 H. A. Morrill...».. .26f S. Magraw .25 u a Stinson and Seo» Jas. Kennedy......24 As Stinson & Co were the lowest bid ders the contract was let to them, and and work on the foundation excava tion was begun Monday. As there will be no clebration in Morris on the 4th, of July, the fact that our neighbors at Benson have in vited the Morris base ball team to play there against Appleton, on that date, will be taken advantage of by many here to join in Benson's cele bration. We can assure such of our people as may visit Benson, a good pleasant time, and would suggest that an extra be run from Morris to Benson on that date, leaving here at 9 o'clock and returning in the even- It is not known as yet, whether the N. P. will hold the Glenwood train on Saturday, but we think if a good number will agree to go, the train will be held. If the company will indicate that the train will wait, provided a good sized party go, we believe a number will attend. TTlghest of all In Learning Power.—latttt U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLU And now oomes the announcement that gold has been discovered in this county, on the east line about three miles south of Cyrus. The find i® said to be on or near the old Jackson farm, and it is sure enough gold, but whether in paying quantities remains to be proven. At the Republican caucus held last Saturday evening, S. Larson was chosen chairman and D. T. Wheaton secretary. There being no oppos ition the following delegates were chosen by acclamation: D. R. Suther land, H. S. Judson, Eric Peterson,W. J. Munro, C. E. Camp, A. Watzke, T. Thomasson and G. E. Darling. The delegates present were empowered to cast the full vote of the delegation at the convention and the chairman was authorized to appoint a Republican village committee of three. On Thursday last Hurlburt & Left*' wiches' trained horses and dog show visited Morris, and had fair audiences at both afternoon and evening per* formances. As an exhibition of the possibilities that may be accomplished by patient effort and the degree of intelligence possesed by the horse and the dog especially, the perfor mance was interesting and instructive. The fact that most of our people had seen the same performance on the occasion of their previous visits ac^ counts for the attendance being only fair. On Saturday last the Morris first nine and the new club, known as the "Collars and Cuffs," played a five inning game at the driving park, and the contest called out a good sized audience. There was some good playing on both sides, but the "C. and C's." surprised the spectators by putting up a very creditable game, and although defeated by a score of 13 to 3, most of the scores were due to errors attributable to the lack of practice. With a little more practice the first nine will have to play good ball to keep their opponents from winning. On Sabbath last the of the Methodist church appropriately observed Childrens' Day. The pro gram was arranged by the Epworth League and the Junior League decorated the edifice for the occasion. Much credit is due the members of these organizations, as the program was admirable and the decorations beautiful. It is a pretty custom, this observance of Childrens' Day, it merits the time and attention given to making it both attractive and appropriate, and its more general observance with each succeeding year is gratifying. How the fame of Morris horses is Rpread abroad may be gleaned from the following item from the Long Prairie Leader: W. J. Gutches went to Morris yesterday with two pacing mares be onging to H. H. Budgett, which will be bred there to a pacing stallion of the Tom Hal breed of stock. The mares, "Minnie" and "Phallis" arrived here Sunday and are very fine animals, above the average, and it is claimed by the owner that Minnie is one of the best brood mares in the state. As Mr. Budgett is the owner of a fine string of valuable horses, several stallions including Baron Dillon with a record of 2:27 at two years, and Balken 2:15,being among the number, it is a compliment to Rockdale Hal, to his owners and to Stevens county, that his many qualities as a great horse, is finding recognition all over the state. On OH* On Friday evening, June 29th, class number two, Mrs. Pearce's class, of the M. E. Sunday school, will hold a lawn social at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Pearce. An attractive feature of the evening, will be a play, to be presented by the members of the class. A stage will be erected on the lawn, and the occasion will be most pleasant and enjoyable. Appended is the program and also the cast of characters of the play to be presented. Arrangements are made so that in case the weather is not favorable for an outdoor enter tainment, the program can be pre 8ented indoors. A recitation by Miss Mae Sutherland, a vocal solo by Miss Clara Curtis, and music by the Mor ris cornet band will be included in the program. Refreshments will be served from 7 to 8:30 p. m. »'THE HAUNTED CHAMBER," CAST OF CHARACTERS. George McDonnell Great Catch Fred Smith. James Brown 4 Volunteer Ferdinand Danielson. Johnny Grant An Etonian Will Darling. Mrs. Grant.,... Clara Clark Ethel............Her Daughter, George's Cousin Laura Tncele. Alice A Young Lady Visitor May Dye. May. A Poor Relation who has o Barn Her [Own Living 3(ra, H. A. Campbell. Children Cry for Pitcher's castorla* fELY PURE Why Not Trade 99* AT THE UUkHhkittAHHh C&SH STORE OF J. f. fjanielsou? -f AND avoid paying enormous profits? We adhere strictly to the Cash System and one price to all. Qur lines consist of Dry Goods, HOSIERY, nowions AND 000©$, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Groceries and Provisions. Farmers' Produce taken in Exchange for Goods. *31 sc W3 Vs Call at our store, get posted on prices and see the largest stock. J. E. Danielson. I^i.1. I Ml PI..* ... I I The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will meet at the residence of Mrs. H. C. Porter on Tuesday afternoon next at 3 p. m. Forepaugh's circus will be in Mor ris on Monday, July 9th. They have a large show, requiring 28 cars to trausport it. Chairman S. Larson has designated Geo. E. Darling, O. C. Hanson and J. D. Good as the village republican committee, W.B. Sutherland, of Poughkeepsie, New York, is visiting relatives in Morris, the guest of his sonj^r. D. R. Sutherland. Miss Annie Diedrich has just re turned from Shakopee, where she has been for nearly a year past learning dressmaking and millinery. The Benson Times says that Wasgatt and Maxwell the Appleton club's regular battery will be with them when they cross bats with our club onthe 4th. A small boy, some matches "a high wind and a hay-mow are a combina tion that cost Austin Haugen his barn, yesterday afternoon. The fire was on the outskirts of town, and the building burned before the department could reach it. Loss, $60. According to announcement, Rev. E. O. Taylor gave a series of temper ance lectures in the court house, under the auspices of the W. C. T. U. The lectures were well received, and the subject ably and forcibly present ed. Monday evening's lecture, by being practically illustrated by means of chemical experiments, was made very interesting. Some of the lady admirers of base ball, have requested us to ask that the players, aside from those coach ing, refrain from so much badgering and noise during the progress of the game. Our people, especially the ladies take great interest in the clubs and appreciate their work, and we have no doubt the audience as well as the players, will respect the ladies request. In fact several of the lead ing players themselves, have fre quently protested against so much unnecessary badinage. At the school meeting Tuesday evening, the informality in the pre vious notice having been rectified, the bonds were revoted in the sum of $5,300, this being the maximum amount that the state can loan,namely 3 per cent, of the assessed real estate valuation. As a special meeting wilt have to be called, for the purpose of refunding $10,000 of bonds that mature July 1st, the balance required will be arranged for at that time. The old bonds now maturing bear seven per cent., and it is thought they can be refunded at about 5 or 6| pai* *mt. interest. SEE THAT LUMP? Thai's Lori I lard's It's Much the Best. CORNER GASftf GROGERY. Stock always choice and Complete. Having adopted the cash system, we can sell at prices lower than ever. Highest market price paid for Eggs, Butter Potatoes, Etc. We are always glad to see you at the old corner stand. J. STEM k CO, 8. Wm. McGullough, •LIVERYMAN.* My Stable is First Class in all its ap pointments. 32t3 CfcWITT Good Horses, Com fortable Carriages, Expert Drivers. A First-Glass Hack at Reasonable Rates. To Whom It May Concern. The copartnership heretofore exist ing between A. A. Stone and W. J. Dumble, under the firm name of Stone & Dumble, is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be continued by A. A. Stone, who will assume all liabilities, and to whom all debts due the said firm must be paid. A. A. STONE. W. J. DUMBLK. HARPOON ft63l. Foaled, May 1888. Bred by T. B. Marrett, Falr Ylew Stock Farm. Sired by Nutwood Mam brino, 3G59 first dam, Lady Humboldt by Stock ing Chief, 2053, sire of Humboldt, 2:20. 2d dam dam of Humboldt, 2:20 by Davy Croeket, (Par rish's,) Sire of Etta Jones, 2:20. Uonnnnn IflfiQI Is a chestnut horse, 15 hands fldl yUUlli iUUUii high, weighs noo pounds, of speedy conformation, combining style, finish and quality, He is good gaited, is grandly bred and a grand individual, having won the first prize at the Minnesota State Fair over fourteen colts. His speed lines are Hambletonian, Mambrino Chief and Pilot. Jr. These crosses have produced nearly every sensational trotter and great race horse that has appeared of late years. HARPOON should sire extreme speed with other essential race horse qualities. He will make the season of 1894 at $25.00 with return privilege. To insure, $25.00. All mares bred at owner's risk. No.9. Daily I N N E A N Morris, Minn. Daily trains between St. Paul, Minneapolis Morris, Sioux City, St, Cloud. Crookston, Moor head, Fargo, Grand Forks, Grafton. Winnepeg, Devils Lake, Great Falls, Helena, Butte, Kails pell, Spokane and Seattle. Pacific Coast trains run Palace Sleeping and Dining Cars, Buffet, Library. Observation, Smoking Cars, Family Tourist Cars, Free Colon st Sleepers, Etc. Connections at St. Paul and Minneapolis with trains to and from Lake Superior points, Chi cago, St. Louis and the East, South and South west. Crossoss the Bocky and Cascade mountains in lav light, giving passengers a chance to see some •f the finest scenery in "America. Steam and rail conniptions at Seattle for Puset Sound points, California, Alaska, Japan ana China. Connections at Bonner's Ferry, Idaho, for Kootenai River and Lake points: at Wenatchee, Wash., for Lake Chelan, the Upper Columbia and the Okanogan district. Tickets sold and baggage checked to all print eipal points. For publications and Information about rates, routes, etc., apply to TIME CARD. GOING WK8T. No. 7. Ex Sun. GOING KAST. STATIONS. 6:33 pra 7:10 9:88 0:35 .1:47 12:50 am 1:83 8:00 No. 8. Ex Sun. 8:05am 8:40 11:16 12:40 pm 1:50 2:96 NO. 10 Dally ..St. Paul.. Minneapolis .Litchfield. ..Willmar.. .. Benson .. ..MOUlilS. ..Herman.. Brecknr'ge. 5:40 pin 5:50 8:11 7:15 am 6:85 8:66 2:40 1:40 2:12 12:56 12:45 12:60 12:07 10:40 pm BKOWN8 VALLEY BLTANOH. Arrive at 11:60 a. m. Leaves at 3:10 p. R. KINNKR, Local Agent. Northern Pacific Railway Time Card. Arrive. stations. Depart. lv 7:15 8:30 pm ar. Morris (ilcnvrood Sank Centre am 9:25 11:10 2:00 MB 6:40 6:20 7:46 am Little Falls 8:46 pm Minneapolis St. I'aul Duluth COUPON TICKETS FOR SALE To ail points in the United States and Canada M4Bagl£'i»e checked to destination. CHAS. STERLING, Agent. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla* CLIMAX PLUG EL J. H. H. WELLS, President. SPECIE NOTICE. Fresh Stock of English Breakfast, Oolong, Bold ev»rjrwb«r«. Made only by th» P. L0RILLARD COMPANY. Tba Oldest tobacco n.uii ufmturrr* in America, and the luigatt i n the World. JEALEB IN I/umber, \^||a Mouldings, Shingles, Sash aiid Lath\^ Doors, Etc. Paint, Lime, Plaster Cement and Adamant. Sixth Street, MORRIS, MINN. Stevens Co. Bank MORRIS MINN L. E. PEARCE, Vice Pres. A BACKING BUSINESS THAFTSACTHD. Collections a Specialty. Hew Lumber "Yard. 3R. Japan and Cevlon xsr TEAS- Sweet Clover Mocha o Leopard COFFEES. All parties owing me for goods for this season are hereby notified that I have turned all of rav accounts over to E. Camp. Call and sot tie with him promptly and save cost. 46tf. JosErn BROOM. COPYRIGHTS. CA!V I OBTAIN A PATENT For •srapt oiwwer and en lioneit opinion. Trrite to ...I'NX CO.. who hare had nparlvflfiv reajV exporioncfl in tho patent business. Communion tions strictly confidential. A Mnmllinok of la. formation fonrrmmj l'ntents liow t-r ob tain them sent free. Also a catalogue fff of median* leal and scientific hooks tent frpo. P.iter.ts lake.! tbror.ph Mr.nn A Co. rocelve rpecial notice in tho Scientific Amrriritu, and thus lire brousht widely before the puhltuwUh. ont cost to the Inventor. Ths (tvlcndUi paper, issued weekly, elegantly illustrated, has by far the largest circulation of an» ucientitlc work ia tUe orld. S3 a year, fcmiiplo copius sent Jroo. Building Kdition, mouthly, fifflft year. Single spies, U5 cents. Kvojy number contains beau tiful plate*, ic colors, and pholGfrmplia of new house*, with plan* enabling builders to nbow the laterf dcplpno and boo urn contract*. Adrlr ML NN 4 CO., N* i'OKii, 3«l BU0AinYA*i W. F. COOLEY, Cashier. Pearce & Co., UMBER, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Etc. FENCE POSTS, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTEE YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED. Fifth Street. MORRIS,MIJSTN. Office at Stevens Co Bank until further notice. Stone & Dumble are utilizing the dull times this winter by making up a complete stock of old fashioned tin ware from the best American plate. In some instances this ware will cost a tri fle more than factory made goods here tofore offered,but they guarantee every article to be much the cheaper in the end than factory made goods. 16tf E Wisconsin Central Lines U N Two fast trains daily between St. Paul, Minneapolis and Chicago, Milwaukee aim all points in Wisconsin, making connection in Chicago with all lines running East and South. Tickets sold and bapgagechecked thioujeh to all points in the United States and Can adian Provinces. g\^ U s For full information regarding routes, rates, maps, folders, etc., address your near est ticket agent, or JAS. 17-tf C._POXI,A$&.A,Pass. tlen'l Milwaukee THOS. OKKKB, HKNRY C. HENRY C, ItOVSE^ N S PAV**, mM. Through Gars TO ST. PAt& MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH "TARGO OR TO HELENA BUTTE SPOKANE TACOMA SEATTLE PORTLAND AND FORKS and WINNIPEG Pullman Sleeping Car*, Elegant Dlntng Can. Tourist Sleeping Can*. TIME SCHEDULE. tf&.KJl arrives at...., No. KB depart* at.... y. .. 5 », p. ...7:00, a. For Ritps, "Vfaps, Time Tables or Special la formation, apply to Agent Northern Pacific'It*. Morris, Minn., or CSAS.S.FME3. Of Pass, and Ticket A*t., ST. PAUL. MINX