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W.«USWOLD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Monro, MINMMOTA. REAL ESTATE, Collection, Loan and Insurance Agent. Offlea at Onirt lloaae. aolttf T. B*VA3TS, I COUNTY ATTORNEY, iMuiis. M». LAND AND COLLECTION AGENCY. TT. L» BBOVTH. JgROVVN & CHEW, attorneys at law, Morris, Minnesota. QBO. E. DARLING, LAWYER. Office opposite the Bank of Morrii. IStf MORRIS, MINNESOTA. JOHN P. MUMFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Office opposite the Morris Bank. Deeds, Chattel Mortgages, Farm Leases and •tt Contracts a speciality. QAMPBKLL A SPOON ER, COUNSELORS AT LAW. Office over Helgeson & Hanson's store. 38 Physicians. L. HULBURD, PIITSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Mr. Kohler's Harness Store. Office hoars from 8 to 9 o'clock a. I., and from 1 to 2 o'clock r. x. Karris, Minnesota. I'HOS. E. 1IEENAN, PHTSIOUX AND SDBOBON. Morris, Minnesota. yyU. BAY, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SUBGIOK, Offers his services to the citizens of Morris, and vicinity. Morris Minnesota. S5tf Dentist. c. E. HALE, D. D. S., (Graduate Ohio College of Dental Surgery.) RESIDENT DENTIST. All the Latest Improvements In Operative Dentistry. Parties from a distance can make appoint ments by mail. tdP Will be ont of town the first half of each month. Office over Larson & Nilson's store. General Business. JJB. G. W. SIAUGIIAN, VETERINARY SURGEON. Morris, Minnesota. Office opposite the Bank. MORRIS. MINN., E. F. HILL, Contractor and Builder. Will Furnish Material and Complete Work, or Work Only. Window and Door Frames Made at Minneapolis Prices. All Kinds of Factory Work Furnished on Short Notice. Agent for llar«ha'i Double Rubber Weather Strip. Shop and Kisideuce, Corner of Pacific Avenue, aud Sixth Street. 19 Central Hotel, Corner of 6th street and Atlantie Avenue. ROOMS LARGE, nd as good as the beat. Furniture, Elegant and Entirely New. ble supplied with Iho best the market affords. Traveling Pnblic are Respectfully Invited to call. JOUN R. FOLSOM, Prop. North STAR Mills, OB the Pomme de Terre River, HENRY JOHNSON, PROP. I keep on hand a large stock of FLOUR, Mixed Feed, Bran, Oats, Corn, Shorts, Fresh Graham Flour, &c. Special AUen tion Paid to Custom work. lyl NOTICE. Go to -A.. IP. KBON^ If You Want Hothlnc, Hat*, Caps, Boots and Shoei, and Furnishing Oeodi He is satisfied with Smnller Profits than anyone else. His Boys' Clothing he sells at Cost Pricc. Go and examiue his stock before you purchase elsewhere. A few new Singer Sewing Machines BANKING. p. a. nmn. «. «. MOU. THE BANK OF MORRIS, MOBBIS, MIJSTXT. This Bank conducts a G-eneral Banking and Ex change Business. SPEC I A ATTENTION OIVBN TO THE COLLECTION OF FARMERS' NOTES, AND COMMERCIAL PAPER. We respectfully solicit the accounts of Merch ants. aud nil who hare dealings with bauks in this suction of the State. KENNER A MOORE, 38 Bankers. LOCAL ITEMS. Extra copies of the Tribune are on sale at the Metropolitan Drug Store. WI1EA 1\ Friday, Anc.M, No 1,99c No. S, 96c No,3.8*f' Sat'day, 87, M»c *6c. Mc. Mon. », 102c 44 tt»c 8»c. Tues. SO, 102c 99c 89c. Wed. 44 81. 44 108c: »9c Thur. Sept. 1. 44 44 89c. 102c 4« 99c- 89c. On clear evenings the second comet •hows up plainly in the northern sky. Oh that circus if it dont conie soon the average small boy will die with suspense. The pay car kept holy the Sabbath day by arriving and disbursing greenbacks at this and other points along the line. Harvesting is ended, a large part of the crop secured, and the plows are busily en gaged in preparing the ground for another season. A gravel train and crew are to be set at work in a few days on the Valley branch and that line will be put in first class shape for travel. A mule team, owned by II. A. Boedecker, tried hard to get up an excitement on Mon day, but were headed off before they got fairly started. Our musicians must clear their throats and tune up their instruments, as the Lite rary and Musical Entertainments are a fixed fact for another season. The Burr Robbius & Colvin advertising car arrived Suuday, and on Tuesday, after doing the town up in fancy colored post ers, left on their journey to the east. "None but the brave deserve the fair." This does uot allude to tho county or state exhibitions or we would have a front pew reserved for us at Minneapolis next week. At the beginning of the present century a man could reap aud bind one-third of an aere of wheat in a day now a days a man with three horses cuts and binds twenty acres. Several of our citizens have packed their collar boxes, done themselves up in biled shirts with celluloid trimmings and left fer the great fairs. Oh! how a fellow does wish the walking was good. Saturdny and the two days next follow ing were sufficiently warm to suit the aver age mortal, and clothiug however gauzy was an incumbrance. A paper collar and a fan was all that was necessary. School begins next Monday and during the fall and winter terms there will be three grades or classes in charge of the following instructors: Mr. A. E. Randall, principal Miss Morris and Miss Knott. All the material for a new turn ti\ble has arrived and workmen arc busily engaged iu preparing to put it together. It is to be of an entirely new pattern and will be one of the most substantial and easily worked tables on the road. The new boiler at D. R. Sutherland & Co.'s elevator has been placed in position, and a new stack has been also added. Every thing is now in apple pie order and the establishment is In full blast and liand ling a large amount of grain. Business is gradually picking up, and al ready the wheat teams are winding their way iuto town. The out look for a good fall and winter trade is very cncour aging, and with fair prices there will be as a general rule, a clearing up of old balances. Despite the steaming warmth, which re duces existence to a watery burden, the wood and coal dealers are driving a busy traffic. It is cheerful during such oppres sively muggy weather to recall some of our experiences during the blizzard season. Messrs. J. A. Berkey &Co., of St. Paul, have the contract for.and have established graders supply stores along the line of the Little Falls & Dakota railroad. The Mor ris stock of goods has arrived and will be kept in the lower story of Mr. D. T. Pet tie's building. The announcement of a renewal of the very pleasant entertainments given last season, under the auspices of the board of trade, will give much pleasure to the pub* lie, who will look forward to the com mencement of the scries with much delight and satisfaction. A tight rope exhibition, the performer being a boy of the tender age of seven years, was the only interesting occurrence of Saturday evening. The little chap is quite an expert, but the general impression is that it were much better did his parents find something else for him to do. for •ale cheap, to close out the lot. Atlantic avenue south, 2 Morris, Minnesota. 8T. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS MANITOBA R. R. Main line train* for Delano, Litchfield, Wlllmar, Benson, Uoirii.Ulyadoa, Fishar's Landing and Winnipeg. i-bat*. A am vs. St.Paul, 8:15a a i Rt. Panl, 7:10pm Minneapolis, 8:80 44 Minneapolis, S:86 44 LSAVB KOBRIS. OOIIfO 9AST I OOINOWSST. FSssenger 1G:30 am PaMenger 4:4fip» Freight I40»m I Freight 7Aa», 10:20am I S:60pm W. 8. ALEXANDER, Gen'l Pass. Ag't. JAMK8 J. HILL, a* *4 It General Msnagar If there is any chickens left you can shoot them to day legally, or with a shot gun, it don't make a cents worth of differ ence so long as you bag the game. Speak ing of game reminds us that the St. Paul eportsmens club have a good deal of ham in their composition and the law is ahum bug, this may be tough on the law but it is mild on the aforesaid club. It is about the truth to say that the man who can calmly remark "its hot," has a constitution that is capable of withstand ing the attacks of a stomach full of raw cucumber. Why will a prespiring human aggrivate his fellow sufferers by never al lowing them to forget their misery for a moment? We wipe our weeping fore head and pause for a reply. In order to ensure a reliable water sup ply. the railroad company are putting up a steam engine at the tank and will move the wind mill from where it now stands to the tank at the Y. The company are making many substantial improvements at this point, which gives ground for the im pression that Morris is destined to be, as predicted, a railroad centre. Landlord Knott, of the Perkins Iloase, gets a rough handling through the columns of the Hancock Times, which charges him with iuhumanly turning a sick guest out of doors. We have heard some condemnato ry comments from our own citizens, aud while we do not know that there is any law to compel a hotel keeper to keep a sick guest, yet we think it Is no more than prop cr that they should. It is one of the risks incident to their business, and the common instincts of humauity alone should prompt the care of the sick and suffering, even if it doea occasion a pecuniary loss. NOTICE.—A Republican Caucus for the town of Morris, to choose three delegates to attend the County Convention, will be held In the school house, district No. 4, on Thursday evening Sept. 8th, at 7 o'clock. Those who did uot stack their grain, ex pecting to thresh from the shock and trust ing to luck for fine weather, arc as usual badly sold, and the chauocs are will loss heavily. In our experience this manner of doing things is always a losing venture iu the long run, aud is in insurance parlauce "extra hazardous." Borne of our horsemen are auxious that the flyers should be got together for a trot on Saturday, aud think there would be no difficulty in raising a good sized purse as au inducement. While the subject is uu der consideration, there does not seem to be much prospect of a race however, as seme ore too busy to put their horses in training. A purse is being raised. Graders shanties, or houses for the men employed in the construction of the Little Falls & Dakota, are booming up in all di rections and we soon may expect to see lively times on this line as the crews are gradually getting together and preparing to make the dirt fly at a rate that ill make a short job of the undertaking. You have our best wishes boys and if we had time we'd take a shovel and pitch in and help. Oue of the best jokes of the season was perpetrated by a bright youngster not long since. Said he to his sister's admirer: "Papa says you can't come to see sister anymore." "Why not?" said the fright ened lover. "Because you come to see her all the time now. and how could you coiue any more!" was the cute reply. That youngster did uot know what caused the silence which followed, nor that his hit was a keen one. A quiet wedding party arrived at the Central House yesterday morning, where they were made welcome by mine host Folsom who always exercises a fatherly care aud manifests a paternal solicitude for the welfare of all about to form part' nerships or embark on lifes troubled seas, or words to that efiect. The high contract ing parties were Mr. P, McGowau, of Ben son, aud Miss Sarah Breeu, of Hancock, the ceremony beiug performed at the Catholic church, Rev. Father Watry offi ciating. Rumors were rife the first of the week aud to the effect that the Manitoba com pany had decided to abandon the easterly extension of the St. Cloud & Lake Trav erse line. On inquiry however we learn that there is no official announcement of any such order, and that so far as now known it is intended to push the work for ward with tho intention of completing a section of thirty miles this fall. It is pos sible that the temporary abandonment of the scheme for building the cut off at the river, or in other words of straightening the line at that point, has given rise to the rumors, as we nre informed that the com pany will do nothing toward completing that work this fall, owing to the scarcity of men and teams, and their desire to use all the force obtainable in prosecuting the work on the easterly extension. Misfortunes never come singly, and to the truth of (his adage Frank McCollough can mournfully testify, as he is not only temporarily minus his watch, but is also out of his earning* while employed on the road. The watch, which was left at a jewelers for repairs, was obtained by somebody without Frank's authority and by a forgery, and the money was obtained in a like manner from the pay-master. The amount, some thirty dollars, was drawn from the pay car at Breckenridge, and when the money was called for here, the only information he could obtain was that the sum was paid to and receipted for there by a party who was identified as Frauk McCollough. It is evident there was either some fraud ar a mistake in the matter, and it will doubtless be ferrettcd out soon, but in the mean time Frank is minus his wealth. COUNTY FAIR.—It would seem altogeth er probable that the county fair will liuve to be held, if held at all, under the old auspices of the Agricultural Society, as the new institution, the Driving Park Associa tion have not had sufficient time to dis pose of the stock and make full arrange medts for the fair. Iu this event would it not be advisable to go ahead aa usual with the fair and do whatever can be done with the available funds, we certainly think there should be a strong effort made by both organizations to do all in their power this year, hoping to have all neces sary arrangements made by another sea son. Half a loaf is better than no bread, and while we may not be able to have the fair this year on as grand a scale as would be expected from a county of this size, yet even if less pretentious it could be made fully as creditable. If any thing is to be accomplished it is now high time to be moving, and if taken hold of in earnest we have no doubt but it can be made a sub stantlal success. DIVORCE ETC.—A family quarrel of long standing, finally culminated Friday iu the arrest of J. J. Scott, proprietor of the Big Stone House, on a charge of disorderly conduct, but in reality for assaulting his wife. It appears that for sometime past Mr. and Mrs. Scott have not lived happily together, and that there has beeu more or less trouble, occasioned, so it is asserted, by jealousy caused by the supposed transfer of his wife's affections from him to a third party. How much truth there is in these reports we do not know, nor do we care, but as the case has beeu publicly ventilated in the justice court, and as the wife has commenced proceedings for a di vorce, the affair which is now a town talk will be likely to be further investigated at the November term of district court. The qnarrel Friday, as stated, resulted in Scott's being arrested and taken before Justice Hutchins, where he was fined three dollars and costs for his unmanly conduct. On Saturday Mrs. Scott, through her attor ney, commenced proceedings fora divorce. In her complaint Mrs. Scott makes many serious complaints against her husband. She asserts that for the past three years he has frequently abused her in a shameful uiauner, threatening lier life, striking, choking and otherwise ill treating her, un til she is in dread lest he do her serious in jury. Numerous instances are cited, which if true, tend to prove that matters have been, to say the least, very unpleasant in this household, and indeed Scott's actions after his arrest go to shovr that he needs looking after, as he called bis wife the vilest mames and threatened to shoot her at the first opportunity. She asks for no alimony, but simply demands a separation which will doubtless be granted, as it not probable that an answer will be filed Mrs. Scott, during her residence here, has conducted herself properly for aught we know to the contrary, she has managed the boarding house herself and has worked hard to make a living. Of her husband we know but little, but his raising his hand to a woman is an unpardonable offence which has turned public sympathy entirely with.hu tvilc. TEX COMPETING LINES. Railroad* Entrywkert, and tho Work Pro gritting Rapidly. Mkt of Inttrtrt. Work has begun iu earnest by the Nor thern Pacific forces on the Little Falls & Dakota, and the Manitoba company on the St. Cloud & Lake Traverse, and ore many months have elapsed Morris will be the hub from which will radiate lines of ruil road to Breckenridge and beyond on the northwest, to Duluth aud the lakes on the east, to St. Cloud aud probably Duluth or Superior City by another and nearly puia lell line, to Brown's Yalley aud the Jim river ou the west, to Ortonvillc aud Chi cago to the south, and to St. Paul aud Minneapolis ou the southeast. We are thus the centre of an extensive system of railway lines, six spokes radiate from this hub aud are concentred here, and hence this must be an importaut transfer point, and it seems impossible that there can be other than a grand future in store for Mor ris, a future so great that we can as yet form no adequate conception of the vast possibilities. Grading crews with huge stocks of con struction outfit, material and supplies, are daily arriviug aud going to the frout, there seems to be no end to the number of men aud teams, and it looks as if the race be tween the rival giaut corporations was to be an exciting one. Both companies are grading their river approaches and orews are at work along both lines at short dis tances apart. The lines which are para lell and but two or three miles apart, follow in this positiou to Lake Whipple, tweuty miles east, here they diverge, the L. F. & D. keeping a little north of east aud the St. C. & L. T. turuing to the southeast. Mes&rs. Laugdon & Co., contractors, have an ageut here and have opened an office and supply depot, they will however han dle a large portion of their supplies through Messrs. Good & Brisbiue. VVe learn that the contractors expect to put on a force sufficient to grade and complete thirty miles of road so that trains will be running inside of ninety days. The Little Falls & Dakota will have the entire road bed ready for the track layers by spring, and will have trains running to Morris by June, 1883. This will be good news to our people, for the positive assurance of the construction of these lines by rival companies, means sharp competion and low rates. BOARD OF THADB.—Ata directors' meet ing of tho board of trade, held last Mon day aveuing, the following matters of a general importance were transacted: A committee of three, consisting of Messrs. J. D. Good, II. B. Wolff and S. Larson, were appointed to confer with the business men of the village aud take such action as might be deemed necessary toward maiu taining in this market the highest prices for grain during the comiug season. Iu view of the fact that at competing points, the prices of wheat sometimes exceeded those paid here, and that as this worked against our iuterests, it was thought advis able that some means be devised for the protection of our home trade, by ensuring to producers the full market value for their grain. The committee have an important duty to perform, but we do uot hesitate to say that with a hearty co operation on the part of our busiuess men, they can succeed in accomplishing the desirable object in view. No more important question has ever come before our people, and the adoption of not only e protective but an aggressive policy is necessary now that keen competition is invading our territory. Another important measure, the iuaugu ration of a second series of Literary and Musical Entertainments, was also brought, up at this meeting, and it was decided to agaiu undertake a similar enterprise with that of last season. It is intended to give a series of concerts and entertainments to commence iu October and continue semi monthly through the season. In all prob ability they will be conducted ou about the same plan as last year, aud knowing the great popularity of the first series, we have no hesitation iu declaring that with the same generous assistance, a like liberal aud succcssful outcome will be assured. The following cominittte was appointed to take charge of the entertainments, viz: W. J. Munro, L. H. Stanton, A. S. Brisbiue, D., R. Sutherland, Carringtou Phelps, W. W Griswold and R. C. Moore. Of the Burr Robbins & Colvin circus and menagerie, which will visit Morris on Saturday of next week, September 10, the Louisville Commercial says: The street parade which preceded the exibitions amused and interested the vast throngs which it passed and met everywhere ou its long course of streets. But beneath the canvas this great combination capped the climax and actually enchanted thousands who witnessed the performances. The acrobats, the performers on the flying tra peze, the clowns, the riders and the trained horses, bulls and dogs—in fact, everything that performed, whether man or beast— drew from the crowd the highest applause The bareback riding by Charles W. Fisli was seldom equaled aud never surpassed. The performing dogs were wonderful, The giant horse, measuring twenty-one hands high and weighing 2,630 pounds, is also a wonder well worth seeing. Visit ors to this show will have an opportunity of seeing one of the rarest specimens of natural history—the great blood sweating behemoth spoken of in holy writ, and a beautiful specimen of the giraffe, which is very rare iu this climate, besides the gnu, the ibex, the kangaroo and a host of lions, tigers, bears and rare beasts. The show people are attentive, preserve order, and see that visitors have every attention, and a visit there by day or by night would well repay anyone. When «you go don't for get to take your little ones. There are no fakers, gamblers, peddlers, pickpockets or disorderly persons allowed with this show, and guests can rely upon haviug theic*per sons and property protected. Jk PERS0NAL_MENTM. Mrs. 8. S. Murdoch arrived Saturday last on a short visit to her daughter Mrs. F. B. Kenner. Mr. R. C. Moore returned Friday, and reports satisfactory progress on the L. F. A D. construction work. Mr. and Mrs. John House left Saturday evening for Wahpeton, Dakota, where they will visit for a few days. Supt. Guthrie was in town last week and after taking a trip to Brown's Valley, loft for Breckeuridge and the north. Attorney Griffin, of Willmar, was in town last week, and informs us that he is contemplating a permanent locatiou at this point. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Leonard, of 8t* Paul, aceat pro wot ~hitfrg Uisir t»si and Rube, and will remain daring the rest of tlie week. Mr. J. T. Avery was in town the past week, looking after harvesting operations on his farm and figuring up the results of the season's work. Mr. H. Brown, of the firm of V, Betcher & Co., of Red Wing, was in town the first of the week, greeting many old acquaint ances and looking over the village and country. Mr. Will. Summers, of Hancock, arrived last week and is looking decidedly the worse for his long spell of sickness, but is rapidly convalescing and in a short time will be able to attend to business as here*, tofore. MARRIED. At Morris, on Monday, August 81, by Rov. Francis Watry, Mr. P. MCGOWAN, Of Benson, aud Miss SAUAII BHEKN, of Hancock. LETTER LIST. Remaining uncalled for in the Post-office iu Morris, Minn., Sept. 1,1881: Emly, Wm. Johnson, Mr9. S. Holmgren, C. A Lorigau. Mike Hanson, D. A. Void, llans (). Ingbirtsou. Howard Persons calling for the above, will please say "Advertised." M. L. TORPEY. P. M. BUSINESS NOTICES. Parties in need of Dental work should bear iu mind that Dr. Hale is in town the last half of each month only. 500 School Suits, just received, at lOtf CHAS. WILSON'S. BRAN! Bran for sale at "Riverside mill" at $8.00 per ton. 7tf II. VV. STONE & Co. Just Received, the largest assortment of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing ever exhibited iu the Northwest, at 19tf CHAS. WILSON'S. Money to Loan. Onrfarm property, at low rates of inter est. Call on or address FIELDER B. CHEW, 2tf Morris, Minn. A Card. Miss Allyn is now prepared to give in fractions on the Piano, Organ and Gui tar. Residence at M. Webber's. 36tf Allen's "Iron Tonic Bitters" will supply the blood with iron, and build up, strength en, toue and purify the whole system, cre ate a healthy appetite, aid digestion and invigorate the liver. A single dose is suffi cient to show its good effect. For sale at the Metropolitan Drug Store, Morris. 20 Flour. From and after this date, I will keep a full stock of all grades of Family Flour, which I will sell at the Lowest Market Price and deliver in any part of the village free of charge. 19 A. A. STONE. For Sale. The stock and fixtures of the only Milli nery store iu Morris. Stock light and sea sonable. Store building for sale or to rent cheap. Cause of selling ill-liealth. For particulars apply on the premises, of 18t4 Mrs. H. WHITELKT. For Sale. House and lot on Seventh street in rear of bank Two iots on the hill east of town adjoiniug Mr. J. House's property. Call on or address O. F. TEWKSBDRY, 13tf Morris, Minn. Do you suffer from sick or nervous headache, neuralgia or sleeplessness? If so, do not delay, trusting that in time nature will restore you, but come at once to our store for Dr. Faust's German Cure. Sold at Metropolitan Drug Store. 5m6eow VVe have a speedy and positive cure for caturrh, diphtheria, canker mouth and headache, iu Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. A nasal injector free with each bottle. Use it if you desire health and sweet breath. Pricc 50 cts. Sold at Metropolitan Drug Store 3m6eaw Notice to Teachers. Public Examinations will be given as follows: At Hancock School House, Thursday, Sept. 22. At Douuelly School House, Friday, Sept. 23. At Morris School House, Saturday, Sept, 24. Applicants for Certificates will confer a favor upou the Superintendent, and find it to their own advantage to attend public examination, and be on hand promptly at 'J o'clock A. M. JAKES A. JOHNSON, 20t4 County Supt. Guaranteed to cure is the inducement we offer you to come to our store aud buy a bottle of Dr. Faust's German cough syrup. It is based upon chemical laws, and is prepared w itli the most scrupulous care. This medicine is warranted to cure consumption, coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitis croup and all pulmonary diseases. Remember an ordinary cough leads to consumption if allowed to continue without relief. Price, 25c., 60c. aud *1 per bottle. 5m6eow NOTICE. The uudersigued, haviug purchased the dray team of W m. McPlierson, is now pre pared to do drayiug in all its various branches, with promptness and dispatch: I will also keep constantly on hand a large supply of wood, hard aud soft coal, which will be sold and delivered as cheap as the cheapest. Wood sold by the car load as cheap as can be purchased of the Railroad Company. Both wood and coal will be sold strictly for cash no deviation from this rule. I will furnish the following va rieties of trees for fall and spring planting. Cottonwood, Box Elder, Soft Maple, White Ash, Red and White Elm all are nursery grown except the Coottonwood. All or ders must be handed in by the 1st day of October. E. DOWERS. Office with E. J. Jones & Son. Morris, Aug. 27,1881. Dyspepsia & Liver Complaint Is it not worth the small price of 75 cts. to free yourself of every symptom of these distressing complaints, if you think so, call at our store and get a bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer, every bottle has a printed guar antee on it, use it accordingly, aud if it does you no good it will cost you nothing. Sold at Metropolitan Drug Store. 3m6eaw Oil, WHAT A COUGH Will you heed the warning. The signal perhaps of the sute approach of that more terrible disease, consumption. Ask your selves if you can afford, for the sake of saving 50 cts., to run the risk and do noth ing for it. We knew from experience that Shiloh's Cure will cure your congh. It never fails. This explains why more than a million bottles were sold the past year. It relieves croup aud whooping cough, at once. Mothers do not be without it. For lame back, side, or chest, use Shiloh's por ous plaster. Bold at Metropolitan Drug Store. 8m6eaw Men of Eminent Ability, Scholars and chemists, have devoted years of time and skillful labor that they might, in a measure, relieve human suffer ing. Dr. Faust's German Aromatic Wine is the result of the most patient aud careful experiments. It is prepared with the most scrupulous care from pure grape juice, and the choicest fruits, roots and herbs, and stands preeminently without any equal for the use of ladies suffering from private dh« orders, aged and feeble aud debilitated persons, and those recovering from the ef fects of exhausting disease, mental or physical overwork. Guaranteed to promote digestion, invigorate and give new and per manent vital force. In no way can it be used a8 an intoxicant. Ask druggists. For 1 ii'" lit -Sl"r" -jutkew- REAL ESTATE O fr THE BANK. OF MORRIS. Having received so many inquiries, of late, from non-residents for the purchase of lands in our vicinity,- we have" determined to add to our Bank a REAL ESTATE DEPABTMENT, and through these columns will offer for sale Farms, Improved and Unimproved, in Stevens, Pope Grant, Big Stone and Traverse counties Business Blocks and Vacant Business Property, Houses and Lots and Fine Building Sites in the Village of Morris. Below we list some of the property we have to offer, and are prepared to furnish Railroad Tickets, at Reduced Rates, to those from a distance, and when here will show the lands Free of Charge. Will also add, that any one- having Real Estate to Sell will do well to place it in our hands, as we hare superior facilities for reaching purchasers. 1,280 Acres. Sections 5 and 9 Town 126, Range 44, Stevens county, This (arm has 500 acres broken and under a high state of cultivation House, Barn and Gran ary in good condition and suitable for so large a farm. The land is situated five miles from Herman, and will be sold with a small payment down, balance oa long time if so desired. 640 Acres. Section 3, Town 126, Range 42, Stevens county. On this section are 80 acres broken and now in crop, no other improvements, 4 miles from Donnelly. Will sell in parcels or altogether, very cheap. 160 Acres. South-west quarter of Section 29, Town 125, Range 42. This is a ohoice quarter section of land, situated.2J£ miles from Morris no improvements will sell on reasonable turms. Warehouse and 2 Lots. On Pacific Avenue are 2 lots with warehouse 20x36, built last year and in good condition. Will be sold very cheap. Fart on time if purchaser requires. 2 Vacant Business Lots. We ofiertwo lots, 25x140 each, in block 4, Atlantic avenue, at a bargain. These lots are opposite the Round Elevator, and with the depot of the Little Falls & Dakota Railroad near them, axe. specially attractive at this time to those about to locate permanently. 370 Acres. North-east quarter and lots 6, 7, 8, in Section 14, Town 125, Range 42, Stevens county. This farm is very choice indeed, having 300 acres broken, 20 acres in a natural Oak Grove, and borders on a beautiful lake. The build ings cost $1,500. The land is light and very productive. Price $25 per acre. House and 3 Lots. House 34x40, with porches on two sides, 1% story high, good cellar, and in fine condition throughout a good barn on the premises suitable for four horses. The lots all enclosed with a picket fence. Situated on the east side, commanding an extended view along the river, besides a full view of the town. Price $2,000, with a discount of 5 per cent, if all cash is paid. 160 Acres. North-west quarter of Section 24, Town 126, Range 42, Stevens county. This is a fair section of land with only 13 acres broken. Price $500 very cheap. 640 Acres. Section 25, Town 124, Range 42, Stevens county. This is nicely situated miles from Morris, on the banks of the Pomme de Terre river 500 acres broken, with house and other buildings, costing $1,500. Will be sold on long time and at a reasonable price. House and 3 Lots. This house is situated opposite the court house, is nearly new, and one of the best houses in our town has 8 rooms, well aranged, and is really a desir able house and home fora business man, being so convenient to pur Main street. Price $2,500. 640 acl*es. Section 7, town 124, range 41, Stevens county 3 miles from Hancock, 7 miles from Morris House, Barn, &c., suited for so large a farm. Price $15 per acre part on time if desired. A sightly and beautiful place. acres. North-east quarter of section 9, town 124, range 48, Stevens county 50 acres broken one (1) mile from depot is a choice piece of land, and situated so near to Morris is very cheap at $2,000. Terms to suit. 600 acre# In see tion 17,.town 125, range 42, Stevens county 400 acre* in cultivation a good house, cqst $500 granary 30x50 stable 14x50, in good repair Four miles from Morris. Price $6,500. 10 horses and mules, with a good lot of tools, if desired* OlK-third cash balance on time at 8 per cent interest. 145 acres In section 6, town 124, range 41 100 acres undes the plow. House cost $600 Granary and Barn $450 l,1^ miles from Morris watered by the Pomme de Terre river. This is a fine tract of land, and very desirable. Will be sold cheap, and is one of the best farms we have to offer. Fall plowing now beinf doM» IENNER ft MOORE, Morris* COWING A HABS, Dealers in all kinds of FARMING To oar Patro—of Stevent. Pspe BOSS MACHINES Bud dtiil Counties: We have on hand the MANUFACTCBED J. I. CASE ENGINES, J. I. CASE APRON SEPARATOB. J. I. CASE ECLIPSE SEPARATOR, J. I. CASE AGITATOR SEPARA'B, J. I. CASE FOUR WHEEL WOOD BURY POWER, MEADOW LARK MOWER. MINNESOTA AHEAD. The MINNEAPOLIS Twine-binder la the O S S And we would ask oar patron*!# call and examine this binder before purchasing. It is strong, durable and simple, and can be run wiihmt ea pert*. All kinds oi REPAIRS for the aha** machines, Constantly on Rand, at List Prices. Call and Examine our Jfacbinery before purchasing, and satisfy yourself that we have got no humbug, bit all Reliable No. One Machines, Just What Every Farm er Wants. AH ear machines are warranted t•|be good satisfaction or DO trait. Do you want a Vibrator? we have gel tt. Do you want an Apron Separator? we have got it. Do you want an Eclipse Separator? w have got it. Do you want a Twine Binder? we have gotit. Do you want the Lightest Running Mow er in Use? we have got it. If you want any of the above neaisi machinery, Call at our store, oppoeite lev* er elevator. n RIVERSIDE MILL. One and Three Quarters Miles South-eaal from Morris, H. W. STONE & CO., Props. Keep on hand Three Grades ef Chelae Family Flour, as follows: xxxx, STRAIGHT, New Process. Believing that the flour is best which makes the healthiest, sweetest and moil nutritious bread, we make Straight Grade a specialty, but to those who want some thing more fancy, we recommend New Process- We also keep Feed, Bran. Sbecta and Graham Flour. CUSTOM WORK will at all times receive Prompt Attention. Grists cither Ground or Exchanged as the owners wish. 7 SEAL ESTATE O 8 -A 3 Tb« aidanigmd has nmHwaMe Land and Town Lots For Sale, ABMIWUAM Hovtt and Tvo Loio MMT Dtp*, ffood Bunnett Location. 1«0 Afrmof Onimprtmod Land, t| from Morris on Eaag Torwu. IFLO Aertt, 3 miUt from Jfrrrto, M«/ wktch art Improood. Stotral Uuimproood Lot*. Morris, W. W. OMSWOtitl Oflce at Co art ITOBM, F. M. TEELE, Minn.f Dealer ta DRUGS AND MEDICINE^ StuM Mat Mhm, |p Mb, Hair and Tooth Brushes Ttiletlrtfcles, Perfnmary.Swp, 3hr»nlrlt»t|flra(.fia. TrUMM, Aad all VariatlM of Druggists' Sundries, CIGARS, PUM WINKS AND LIQUORS POX MBR NAL PURPOSK8. Fhjsiciaas1 Prescription* Cawfully ed, and Order* Answered with Cans and Ptipatefc. TOie Pnblic will fltid ottr Stock of Medicine. Caai plate, Warranted Geanine.andof the BeotQaaHty.