ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Oollectinn nun and InnruM Agent.
tAND AND COLLECTION AGENCY.
c. L. BBOWH.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
l^jBO. E. DARLING,
JOHN P. MUM FORD,
ce opposite the Bank of Morris.
\ta MORRIS, MINNESOTA.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office opposite the Morris Bank.
Deeds, Chattel Mortgagee, Farm Leases and
49 Contracts a speciality.
L. C. 8FOOKBR-
D. S. SBITFIX.
COUNSELORS AT LAW
Office, Pacific Ave. between 6tli & 7th Sts
PHYSICIAN AND SURQSOH.
Office over Larson Nilson's Store.
Ofllce hours from Sto 9 o'clock A. and from
1 to 3
o'clock P. *.
HOS. S. IIEENAN.
PHYSICIAN AND SUBG*ON.
M, UOCCHER, M. D.,
Wii' attend to cases at all hours.
s: Office at Iluoy Smith's drug store.
c. E. HALE, D, D- S.,
I Graduate Ohio College of IXntal Surgery.)
itcst Improvements In
Op rative Dentistry.
Parlies from a distance can make appoint
ments by mail.
tSfWill be out »f town the first half of each
ffice over Larson & Nilson's store.
R. G. \V. MAUGUAN,
Office opposite the Rank.
E. F. HILL,
Contractor and Builder.
Will Furnish Material an.i Complete Work, or
Window and Dorr Frames Made at Minneapolis
Prices. All Kinds of Factory Work Furnished on
Short Notice. Agent for Marsha's Double Rubber
Wtather Strip. Shop and Residence, Corner of
Pacific Avenue, aud Sixth Street. 19
Corner of 6th street and Atlantic Avenue.
nd as good as the best. Furniture, Elegant and
bl« supplied with the best the market affords.
Traveling Pnblic are Respectfully lnvHed to
JOHN R. FOLSOM. Prop.
North STAR Mills,
On the Pomme de Terre River,
HENRY JOHNSON, PROP.
I keep on hand a large stock of
Mixed Feed, Bran, Oats, Corn, Shorts,
Fresh Graham Flour, &c. Special Attec
tion Paid to Custom work. lyl
.A., :P_ IK::FLO:INI\
If You Want
IS and Shoei,
and Furnishing Good*.
He is satisfied with Smaller Profits than
anyone else. His flovs' loiliing he wlls
at Cost Price, (••o and examine his stock
before you purchase elsewhere.
A few new Singer Sewing Machine* for
sale cheap, to close out the lot.
Atlantic avenue south,
2 Morri«, Minwsota
PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS &
MANITOBA R. R.
Mala line train* [.ir DP!»IIO. Litchfield.Willmar.
Brtnutn. «iirris.uiyudon, fisher's Lauding and
St. Paul, 8:S0a ra St. Paul, 7:05pm
Minueapslis, 9:15 Minneapolis, 6:25
GOING EAST I GOING WERT.
Passenger 10am I Passenger 4:45pm
Freight 8:45a tfrMgfct 12:80am
Brown's Valley trains
Morris !i:00 p. B. Valley 9:00 pm
B.Valley 6:'K) a. Morris lC:OOpm
W. S. ALEXANDER.
Oen'l Pass. Ag't. A. HANVEL,
no 44 tv Oeneral Manager
MAIL AND STAGE ROUTES.
Sta?e leaves Morfis for Gleuwood and
intermediate points Wednesday and Satur
day at 7 A. M. Arrives Tuesday and Fri
day at 6 P. U.
Stage leaves Morris for Alexandria and
intermediate points on Tuesday and Satur
i day at 7 A. M. Arrives Monday and Fri
day at p. M.
Mails for Ortonville Ha. Graceville close
i at 13) p. on Mondav. Wednesday^tnd
I Friday. Arrive at 9:30 A- M. Tuesday,
ThuiS-lay and Saturday,
». B.BK.NNKU. ft. 0. *00B*.
THE BANK OF MORRIS,
This Bank conducts a
G-eneral Banking and Ex
SPECTA .4 TTfcNTION GIVEN
TO THE COLLECTION OF
AND COMMERCIAL PAPER.
We respectfully solicit the accounts or Merch
ants. and all who hare dealings with banks in this
sectiou of the State.
KENNER A MOORE.
Extra copies of the Tribune are on sale
at the Metropolitan Drug Store.
A caucus of the voters of the village of
Morris, will he held at the hall of Good &
Brisbine, on Friday, the 10th day of
March, A. 1882, at 2 o'clock in the af
ternoon of that dav, for the purpose of
nominating village officers for the annual
charter election, occurring on Tuesday,
the 14th day of March, A. D. 1882.
J. D. GOOD,ch'n,
GEO. E. DARLING, ^OM
March 6. 1883.
No session of the board of trade last
II. F. Peters will open a branch meat
market at Hancock.
Our glass ball busters won't have a
shoot until further notice.
Mrs. L. W. Curtis left Monday on a visit
to her home at River Falls.
For the fi. st time this sensou there is
good sleighing, but it cannot last long.
Mrs. W. Murdock, of Mnrdock, was
visiting in Morris during the past week.
Who are going to be our village dads?
is the important question for decision next
G. II. Munro has accepted the appoint
ment of court commissioner tendered him
by Judge Brown.
People's caucus to morrow afternoon at
Brisbiue's hall. Every qualified voter is
entitled to be present.
The snow storm disarranged a good
many plans, and caused slight delay iu
the running of trains.
Those wild geese that put in an appear
ance hist week were out of luck if they
forgot their ulsters.
Mrs. Dr. H. L. Hulburd and daughter
returned Saturday from an extended visit
to friends in the east.
J. P. Lyons, formerly of Graceville, has
with his family removed to Morris, in
lending to make this his home.
Ed. Ilall left last week for St. Paul in
tending to accept a position !*i the employ
of the American Express Company.
Mr. II Moore left on a business trip
to the cities the first of the week, expect
ing to return either to day or to-morrow.
"Yours very truly, E Ileenan, audit
or," is the style in which Dr. Ileenan has
been signing his name since Monday last.
Mr. John Giitiuau arrived last week and
will, as he expresses it, "hang out a shin
gle" as soon as a suitable office can be ob
Our streets stood up to the racket of last
week in creditable shape, and give promise
of i eing in cd condition iu juicy sea
sons of the year.
A notice elsewhere published by the
county treasurer, states that all orders
to August 28, 1881, will be
paid on presentation to the treasurer.
It is rumored that owing to the appear
ance of diphtheria at Herman, the public
schools at that place will be closed. One
fatal and one serious case are reported.
Mr. J. Christiansen proposes leasing his
building and closing up business about
April 1st, when he will move onto his
farm near Frog Lake and turn granger
Our fuel dealers view the situation with
much complacencj*, and as one gazes in
their smiling countenances he admits the
truth of the adage. "It is an ill wind, etc."
Mail, express and depot agents at local
points along the line have no hesitation
whatever in expressing opinions decidedlv
unfavorable to the proposed changes in
the hrrival and departure of trains.
We learn that the baggage demoralizers
on the St. P., M. & M. have or will peti
tion the company to advance their pay.
Trunks are made so strong nowadays that
it is double the work to sliver them.
Several of our hunters e'eaned up their
shooting irons last week preparatory to the
advent of spring and return of the water
fowl. They have since concluded that
there is yet ample time before guns are
There are none of oar citizens but who
have confidence iu the progressive devel
opments the coming season has in store
for 31orris. A very pertinent question in
thi9 connection is, who are we to place in
charge of public affairs.
The first blizzard of the season, a sickly
apology for a consumptive "bliz"at that,
swept down on us from the north last Sun
day. The weather being warm and the
snow light aud scarce, made the attempted
storm a first class fizz e all arouud.
A new advertisement from James Demp
sey »p|H'urs in this issue. Mr. Dempsey
has opened a new liarno-s shop iu the
Krou building aud solicits a share of pub
lic patronage. James is a good workman
and wiil strive to give the best satisfaction.
Mr. E Duulap and family leltlast week
for St. Paul to complete preparations prior
to starling for their new home at Miles
City, Mnutana. Mr. Dunlap will stop
ovr in Morris for a day or two on his
road to the far we»t. Numerous friends
in this locality will wish the Colonel every
success iu his new field of operations.
This has been an exceptionally dull
week for news items, and the reporter has
been sorely tempted to make several an
nouncements of important social events.
However, as it might be embarrassing to
other parties, besides the knight of, the
quill, we out of pure goodness refrain.
We are informed that Mr. Bull, of Min
neapolis, who represents the syndicate of
capitalists who are making extensive pur
chases of farm property in this and ad
joining counties on the iine
the J.. F. &
D. railroad, and who now ownes the Suth
erland farm, will assume direct control of
this valuable piece of property, and begin
farming on au extensive scale. Mr. Wil
liam Morris, of this place, takes charge of
the farm as foreman aud will continue to
act in that capacity daring the present
A postal, dated at Tomali, Wisconsin,
and sigued W. II. Cunniughara, contains
the request that the THIBCNK announces,
for the beuefit of his many claimants, his
permanent location at that point. We
make the auuounceuient, trusting the many
claimauts may der.ve some benefit.
The first business in the regular order
on Monday morning was to clean off the
side-walks. It is singular to note 'with
what a degree of nicety the average citizen
draws the boutdary line between his and
his neighbors lots. We looked zealously
for a solitary instance wherein to find that
neighbors had cleaned off more snow than
they need to have done, but our efforts
were wholly futile. We discovered in
several places however, strips a foot or
more wide that each party had left for
the other to remove.
Just when the new time card goes $uto
effect ou this line is something no fellow
•can find out, and the information obtain
ible regarding the proposed changes is
equally inaccessible. Some parties who
claim to know nil about it assert that the
day trains are to run to Willmar and re
turn, and that accomodation trains will be
run from Willmar to Morris and Brown's
Valley. It is said the new time card goes
into effect on Sunday next. As regards
the time of arrival and departure of the
night express, it will pass at Morris about
midnight, leaving Breckenridge at 10:45
p. m., arriving at 4:45 a. in. This will be
the through train to Winnipeg. Rumors
concerning the other trains are so vague
and contradictory that it weuld be useless
to publish them. N. B.—The new time
card goes into effect next Monday and
trains ^11 run as above indicated This
Fell Down Stairs.
On Tuesday afternoon as Mrs. M. Elmer
was descending the steps leading to the
upper part of C. J. Croonquist's building,
she slipped and fell under and through the
railing to the ground, a distance of several
feet. Fortunately there was considerable
snow between the buildings and Mrs. El
mer escaped any injury beyond the effect
of the shock. It was an exceedingly nar
row escape from serious injury and we are
glad to auuounce that Mrs. Elmer has re
covered from the effect of the fall.
It would seem that religion and ashes
don't assimilate, especially when the ashes
are iu a person's eyes. Now everybody
knows our religious reporter is of a mild,
dove like disposition, and i9 rarely-ever
angry or profane, but he was worked up
the other day into a perfect frenzy, aud a
little slip of the foot did the whole mis
chief. You see a part of his duties, the
aesthetic portion, is to empty the ashes each
morning, and it was while daintily per
forming this grave task, dust to dust aud
ashes o ashes art words of a funeral or
der you know, that he stepped from grace.
He had posed himself to wiudward of the
ash pile aud gave the scuttle a grand flour
isu, but h's dainty No. 12's slipped ou^lie
fleecy mantle, and by the time the scuttle
was inveited, positions were changed all
rouud, the r. r. being to leeward of the
falling ashes. As the wind was blowing
a slill breeze the result was disastrous to
our icpcrter. aud he now refuses to be
comforted and mournfully sings: "Oh!
what peace we often forfeit, oh! what
needless p:.in we bear, rfl because we do
not empty, ashes out with greater care."
A state teachers institute will be held at
Morris, beginning Monday March 27th
aud continuing through the week. It is to
be hoped that there will e a full at
tendance, as these gatherings are of great
value not only to the teachers but to all in
terested in educational work. The teach
ers especially are sure to derive benefits
such as can be obtained by no other means.
The interchange of ideas aud opinions, the
knowledge gaiucd from experienced in
structors, and the many advantages to be
derived from the drill and exercise re
ceived iu the rudiments aud methods of
both practical and theoretical teaching,
cannot but prove of advantage to all.
Theu again, those interested in educational
work are encouraged to greater and more
liberal efforts by seeing teachers display
an interest iu these institutes, as it demon
strates that not only are the teachers inter
ested in their duties, but that they desire
to improve every opportunity afforded
them for the attainment of desirable and
useful knowledge, and competent instruc
tion. We trust there may be a large and
creditable gathering and an interesting ses
sion, audit only requires co operation in
order to oecure this, so all friends of the
cause of education should endeavor to be
little falls A Dakota.
Any items concerning the progress of
construction on this line of road is always
of interest to us all iu this vicinity, as we
have laborpd hard to secure this promis
ing outlet and are anxiously and eagerly
lookiug forward to its early completion,
fully satisfied that our anticipations of per
manent benefits will be fully realized.
From a gentleman who has recently re
turned from Little Falls we learn that the
right-of way through the heavy timber be
tween that place and Sauk Centre has all
been cleared, that the tics, piles, bridge
timbers, etc., have all been got out, and
that iron sufficient to iay the track to Mor
ris is now at Little Falls. The center pier
for tl.e bridge across the Mississippi is
now completed and work is being pushed
on the other piers and abutmeuts with a
view of having the bridge fully completed
for the passage of construction trains by
the middle or last of April. Grading
the timber lias made good progress during
the winter and most of the heaviest work
is about completed. The bridge builders
with a pile driver started west from Little
Falls last week, and will build bridges
and the larger culverts as they come along.
The company are pushing the work
rapidly as possible and, weather perniit
ing, tuey will have the road completed at
the stipulated time.
A Delightful Trip.
The ladies and geutlemen from our vil
lage forming the party of amateur drama
tists who visited Willmar and Litchfield
last week, returned from their excursion
highly pleased with their trip, which they
pronounce thoroughly enjoyable. At
Willmar the party were entertained by the
members of the Norwegian Danish Liter
ary Society, and were favored wit.i a very
appreciative audience. The occasion was
very pleasant and the members of the par
ty were strongly urged on their return to
repeat the performance, but owing to
other arrangements were unable to com
ply ifrith the request. At Litchfield thp
anything lacking which could in auy way
contribute to the comfort or enjoyment of
their visiting guests. The members of the
dramatic society of Morris speak iu most
complimentary terms of the many corleous
attentions tendered them by the ladies and
gentlemen of the dramatic club aud citi
zens of Litchfield, and by the literary so
ciety and citizens of Willmar.
Real Estate Transform.
Annexed will be found a list of village
real estate transfers from January 1st to
M. E. Morris to 0. W. Gaffney, lot 8,
block 8,"-Morris' addition, f7ft.00.
G. W. Clark to W. B. Sutherland, lot?,
block 14, |4%.
Jauney, Brooks & Co. to John Landbeig,
lots 8 and 9, block 28, *900.
J. Landberg to W. E. Sutherland, lots 8
and 9, block 28, $1,600.
St. P., M. & R. R. to P. Hennessy,
lot 7, block 28, $75.
J. T. Galviu to M. Cashman, lot-1,
block 8, Morris' addition, $550.
H. O. Graham to Jennie Q. Maginnis,
lots 1 and 2, block 11.
M. E. Morris to Wr. Igo, lot 20, block 8,
Morris' addition, $50
J. Landberg to W. B. Sutherland, lot 7,
block 28, $300.
M. E. Morris to J. M. Thompson, lot 9,
block 3, Morris' addition. $75.
St. P., M. & M. railroad to J. Richards,
lot 19, block 4, $85.
St. P., M. & M. railroad to P. Dahl, lot
1, block 28, $75.
St. P., AI. $ 14. railroad to II. Kcrl, lot
2, block 28, $60.
M. Cash au to Ellen Galviu, lotl, block
8, Morris' addition, $600.
C. Clarquist to E. S. Hall, lot 18, block
St. P. M. & M. railroad toR. C. Moore,
lots 21 and 22, block 2, and lots 7 aud 8,
biock 27, $375.
.1 Weeks Weather.
If a man was puuished for speaking con
tiuually of this plieuoiueual weather, the
average country editor of Minnesota would
this season have been elevated
posed Guiteau platform long ago. It is
The annual charter clectiou occurs on
Tuesday next, aud it wiil be ptoper to
state at this lime the names of those of
our citizeus who are meutioned for the of
fices. For mayor or president of the
council Mr. A. DeKay's name stands most
prominent his many friends urgiug his
candidacy on the grounds of his recognized
qualifications and experience gained the
past year There is another strong point
iu Mr. DeKay's favor, he is a man that
never seeks an office, aud while he would
doubtless appreciate the honor conferred
by a nomination, yet the people must be
stow it voluntarily—he will never strive
for it There are other names mentioned in
connection with this office, and the friends
of Messrs. S. Larson, It. C. Moore and
R. Sutherland will doubtless present them
before the caucus. There cau be but little
if any choice in selecting auy name from
this list. For councilors all the names
above mentioned are included, aud also
the following gentlemen: II. II. Wells, F.
E. Newell, N. Spurr, C. J. Fisher and
J. E. Dauielson. Of corrse these names
are divided up on different tickets but it is
very difficult to say whether or not there is
any authority for the use of their names
We rather think in some cases there is no
such authority, as almost all the tickets
mentioned represent simply an individual
preference only, with one exception, that
of Mr. DeKay, whose name.heads all lists
as far as seen. For the other offices there
will be little competition, except in the
justiceship but it is very probable Mr
Ilutchius will be nomiuated, as many de
sire to see him retained in a position he
has acceptably filled, to the satisfaction of
all law abiding citizens especially. It is
not unlikely there are many other aspirants
for office, but the above list comprises all
the names we have heard meutioued up to
Mr. A. F. Englund, our ptobeer mer
chant and postmaster, will remove his
stock of goods into the building formerly
owned by Emerson & Mason .The young
people of Hantock were entertained by
the Misses Comstock, at their home, ou
last Friday evening... .Considerable in
teres, is manifested in regard to the ap
proaching election. As there ure hardly
offices enough to go arouud there will pro
bably be trouble The millers syndicate
have placed Mr. Gray 'u charge of their
elevator here. He is proving very suc
cessful. .. .Our farmers are agitating the
questiou of mixed farming, aud the pros
pects are that less wheat will be sown and
more laud devoted to the raising of coru
aud stock ...Mr. G. C. Thorpe has taken
a business trip to Northfield this week....
Real estate seems booming tiere, and quite
a uumbcr of changes have been made....
Seeding operations begun last weeL have
been decidedly checked by this week's
Mr. T.~J. Moore has the agency for a
New York establishment that make a spe
cialty qf enlarging any snjall pictures into
members of the dramatic society pf that! oilographs—a very neat and durable im|ta
place received the party as their fuests, tion of an oil painting. From a sQjeciiqan
and tendered them hospitable entertain-1 shown, the work is very carefully exe
ment and a most cordial reception, thelcuted is a perfect copy and best of all,
attendance at the performance being large I the price is extremely low. Mr. Moore
and enthusiastic No efforts were spared will take auy ordsrs, and guarantees the
to make the visit to this bright and enter- safe return of the original pictures and
prising little city most pleasaut, nor was satisfactory work. 47tl
I have 200 bushels of swd wheat 200
bushels of seed oats 100 bushels of bar
ley and 200 bushels of potatoes for sale.
43t4 L. II. PCKHOR, Morris.
Seed Grain For Sale.
3.000 bushels of oats, weighing 36 lbs.
struck measure 350 bushels of Scotch
Fife, No. 1 hard 650 bushels of Lost Na
tion 100 toua of hay.
44tfl CAHMNQTON PHELPS.
For Sale I
A number one yoke of well broke Work
ingOxcn. Call on W. DRAGOO,
We have now
hand a large and com
plete assortment of blank books, which we
offer at greatly reduced prices.
G. H. MUNIIO&CO.
for sale cheap, on
Get your pick be
In Dragoo's addition,
fore they are all gone
O11 February 28th, 1832, ou the Scofield
place, oue mile due west from Morris,
Stevens county, Miuuesota, one red cow
with white face. The owner is requested
to prove property, pay charges and take
the same away.
47 S. P. SCOFIELD.
Dated at Morris, March 4,1882.
Greatly Reduced Prices.
I will sell the following varieties of for
est trees, for spring planting, at unusually
low prices: Coitonwoods, Box Elders,
White Ash, Solt Maples, Red and White
Elm. Call at my wood aud coal office op
posite the depot aud get lowest figures be
fore purchasing elsewhere. Orders by
mall will receive prompt attention. All
orders must be iu by April 1st. 1882
44t5 E. DOWEBS.
Morris, Feb. S, 1882.
use, a man can't help commenting on the
curious agreeable and disagreeable varie
ties of pleasaut and unpleasant weather,
which during the preseut season have been
dished up to us iu small doses of sunshine
and otherwise. The dosts have been on
the homeopathic plan to be sure, but they
were composed of triple extracts aud con
densed at that. During the first of lust
week the weather was simply superb, be
tokening the early aud immediate arrival
of spring. Many were deceived by this
sudden aud somewhat protracted period
of warmth, and several fanners started at
work preparing their land for seed. The
gaping oyster aud fruit caus, the sugges
live ash heap, the choice assortment of
old boots and other vegetables which
adorn all well regulated back yarns, bore,
upon their appea ance, the tender and fra
grant bloom of sweet, gentle spring time,
ind as a consequence everybody was posi
tive that winter had ended. We wish
everybody had been right and suppose
they do also, but elas for human hopes,
the weather took a sudden somersault and
lauded back iuto the middle of winter
with a rapidity which knocked all calcula
lions higher than Gilroy's kite, and send
ing our weather prophets to cover with a
suddenness almost alarming Everything
is buried under snow, prophets, tin cans,
vegetables and other rubbish, at least we
suppose the prophets are, for you can't
find a solitary man, out of huudreds, who
predicted spring was at hand.
Parties in need of Dental work should
bear in mind that Dr. Hale is in town the
last half of each month only.
Now, while the roads are bad, is the
time to have your buggy painted. Take
it over to II. Kinchins' paint shop. He
guarantees satisfaction. 46t2
No. 1 Ilard. At
4614* BARRETT'S RANCH.
Money to loan on good real estate secu
rity at a low rate ©f interest without any
bonus. Enquire of H. D. WTHEELER,
4Giu3 Wheeler Station
The finest section of land in Stevens
county, two miles east of Moose Island
side track, at a low pripe aud on easy
terms. Surface slightly rolling, with
some meadow, Lake meandered into north
half 80 acres broken, upon which fall
plowing has been done. Wrill sell all or
a part. For terms address
WATSON & RICE,
46t5 St. Paul, Minn
All Stevens county orders that have been
presented prior to August 28th, 1881, will
presentation at the office of the
county treasurer in Morris.
said orders will cease after
this date. H. WHITELRY,
Morrigf'March 9,1882. 47t2
I will pay cash for seeding to wheat
(500) five hundred acres now ready for
spring seeding. Or will let for (i) one
fourth of the crop, grain to 1 e delivered ou
cars and same uumber of acres to be
plowed this fall. Address
T. W. WILSON,
45tf Bank of Minneapolis.
New Hoods and Latest Styles.
At tlie Minneapolis Store,
We take pleasure in announcing to you
that we have received our spring stock of
ladies', misses', children's and gentlemen's
Boots and Shoes. For spring aud summer
wear we have the best selected stock auii
latest novelties iu Ladies' and Children's
gtiods, we are able
give the best styles
and qualities. Ha ing bought our stock
exclusively for cash, we liooe to merit
liberal share of your patronage. We guar
antee our prices always at the lot
torn of the market. All orders entrusted
to us will have prompt and careful atten
lion. Respectfully Yours,
J. E. DANIKLSON,
4Ct2 Morris, Minn.
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Also plain Sewing and Dress making
done at the SUre of
39tf Mns. D. T. PETTIE.
Cottonwood and Soft Maple Trees at
$1.50 per thousand. Cash to a-compauy
At low rates of interest. Apply to
FIELDKU B. CHEW.
2tf orris, Minn.
A Good Clmnce
to make money by investing in some of
the desirable residcuce lots iu Dragoo's
The whole or a part of the celebrated
section 11, town of .1 orris, Stevens county.
'I'lli- is ane of the finest tracts of laud in
this county, is only four miles Ironi ihe
village, is reached by goad roads and has
a school liou.se near by. There is about
two hundred acres under cullivaiion, and
each subdivision will hare a part of this if
desired. For other particulars apply to or
addrc-s. WM. Bnum.L,
long time if so desired.
A car load of b'an just received and for
sale at D. R. SUTHERLAND & Co.'s eleva
Til A DC.
We have horses on hand that We will
trade for cattle. Call and see us.
43tf W ATSON «FC LEONARD.
Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10:80 A.
M. and 7:30 I'. Weekly Prayer Meet
ing Thursday evening.
EPISCOPAL—All Saints Church—Rev T.
C. Hudson, Pastor. Services every Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock Kvening service
at Morris on the 2d and 4th Sundays of the
month, and at Hancock on the 1st and 3d
Sundays of eaph month, at 7:80 o'clock
METUODIST—Rey. A. J. Brock, Pastor.
Sunday at 10 30 A.M. and
morning service PrayvrMeetiug Thurs-
day evening at 7:30 oclock
CATIIOI.IC—Rev. Watry, Parish Priest.
Services 011 Sundays, at 10:80 o'clock, A.
M. Sunday School, 2 P.. JJ-i Afteruooq
services at 3 P. M.
THE BANK OF MORRIS
Having received so many inquiries, of late, from non-resident(t for the
purchase of lands in ottr vicinity, we have determined to add to our Bank a
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT,
and through these columns will offer for sale
Farms, Improved and Unimproved, in Stevens, Pope Grant, Big Stone and
Traverae 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 Rcduced 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 h^ye superior
facilities for reaching purchasers.
Ninety-six lots in Dragoo's Addition to Morris. This Is a new addition just
started, and the lots are offered at extremely low figures size 50x150, all run
ning to an alley 20 feet wide. Will be sold part on time if desired. There is
an opportunity for young men to become the possessors of valuable property,
as payments can be made monthly. Also for men of small means to'build
themselves homes, and secure homes in a locality which will increase in value
very fast. Call and examine plat anil prices.
In section 9, town 124, range 42, Stevens county. Forty acres broken no
buildings 5 miles from Morris 4 miles from Donnelly $9 00 per acre on easy
Lots 7 and 8, in section 22, town 125, range 42, Stevens county. Forty
acres broken watered by Frisby's lake. Price $900. Very cheap.
In section 5, Town of Horton, Steveiis county, Minn 150 acres broken
house, barn and granary in fine condition, and cost $1,000. A good well near
the house. Price $2,000.
House and Lot.
A good house and lot in block 1, this village. A nice snug house. Price $750.
Northeast section 8, town 125, ranste 47, Traverse county 6 miles from
Graceville 10 acres in trees. Will be sold cheap
Northwest section 22, town 124, range 43. Stevens county 140 acres
broken a fair granary and stable a good well $8 an acre a small amount in
cash, the balance can run 4 or 5 years at 8 per cent, interest.
Section 29, town 124, range 42, Stevens county 125 acres broken house,
granary and stable in good condition living spring on the place near the house
5 miles from Morris, in a eood part of our county $11.50 per acre one-third
cash, balance on time to suit purchaser.
House and Lot.
A fine house and lot on Fifth street, 16x20. addition 14x14,
large cistern, good stable and granary enclosed with a substantial fence. Price
This farm adjoins the town site, situated iu section 4 50 acres broken a
large two story frome house a barn in fine shape, with a well in the centre.
Also a good well at house. One mile from P. O. Price $6,000. Part on
time if desired.
Northwest *4 section 2, town 125, range 44, Stevens county 70 acres
broken house 16x36, cost $500 a good barn and granary. Prit^e $2,000
$500 cash, balance on time.
2 Vacant Lots.
Two vacant lots on Atlantic avenue. 25x140 each. A good point for busi
ness, being block 1.
Three hundred and twenty acrcs in section 30, town 125, range 42, this
county 120 acrcs broken house 14x22. Is situated on county ^road, near a
school house, and in a tioocl in i^hboriiqpd 4 miles from Morris. Price $3,300
ouc-hall" cash, balance en easy terms.
One hundred amd sixty acres in Big Stone county, section 24, town 124, range
46, will be sold very reasonable.
Three hundred and twenty-one acres, one mile from Donnelly 225 acres
broken, good house, granary and stable, with machinery to run it. Price $15
per acre. Easy terms.
Section 32, town 125, range 42 150 acrcs broken good story and a half
house large barn, good Stable and granary a deep well of pure water 100
fenced for pasture watered by Frisby's lake, with shady shores 2 miles from
town. It is an A No. 1 stock farm, in tine condition. Will be sold for j7,500.
which is a very low price
Sections 5 and 9 Town 126, Range 44, Stevens county, This farm 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
Section 3, Town 126, Range 42, Stevens county. On this section are 80
acrcs broken and now in crop, no other improvements, 4 miles from Donnelly.
Will sell in parcels or altogether, very heap.
South-west quarter of Section 29, Town 125, Range 42. This is a choice
quarter section of land, situated 2% 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. Part on time if purchaser requires.
2 Vacant Business Lots.
We offer two lots, 25x140 each, in block 4, Atlantic avenue, at a bargain.
These lots are opposite the Kound Elevator, and with the depot of the Little
Falls & Dakota Railroad near them, are specially attractive at this time to
those about to locate permanently.
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*acrcs broken.
20 acres in a natural Oak Grove, and borders
ings cost $1,500. The land is light and very productive. Price $25 per acrc.
House and 3 Lots.
House 34x40, with porches ou two sides, 1 '2 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.
North-west quarter of Section 24, Town 126, Range 42, Stevens county.
Thii is a fair section of land with only 13 acres broken. Price $500 very cheap.
Section 25, Town 124. Range 42, Stevens county. This is nicely situated
4,'j miles from Morris, on the banks of the Pomme de Terre river 500 acres
broken, with house and other buildings, costing $t,500. Will be sold on long
time and at a reasonable price.
Scction tf, town 154, 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.
North-east quarter of section 9, town 124, range 43, Stevens county? 6ft
acres broken one (1) mile from depot ft a choice piece of land, and situated
so near to Morris is very cheap at $2,000. Terms to suit.
In scction 17, town 125, range 42, Stevens county 400 acrcs in cultivation a
good house, cost $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. Oncthird cash balqnce on time i}t per cent interest*
Ip Ecctiofl town range 41 100 acres u nde* the Hortsfr ecst
Granary and Barn $450 I hi miles from Morris watered by ^he Pomme de^m
M., Sunday School at close of, Terre river. This is a fine tract of land, and very desirable'. Will be soldi Watson
7:30 i\ M., Sunday School at close of, Terre river. This is a fine tract of land, and very desirable. Will be soldi Wnt
and if OM 0| tfee tps( farms we haye to offer. Fall plowing qpiy being
OmiM Tin* Quarters Miles Bwtfh-wiat
H« W, STO^E & CO., Prop*,
Keep on hand Three Grades of Chpicp
Family Floor, as follewa:
KENNER ft MOORE,
will at all times receive Prompt Attention
Grists either Ground or Exchanged aa the
owners prefer 7
Meat Mar et»
HENRY F. PETERS
Has always QU hand a Fall Supply of
which are always Fresh and First-Class.
All Order' Filled Promptly.
-THE WHITE BROXZE-
purposes arc unquestionably the
best article ever introduce']. The materi
al of which they are manufactured is re
fined zinc, and is practicably indestructi
ble, is not affected by the elements, nevei
corrodes, or becomes moss covered, is cap
able of being cast ipto any form of monu
mentor medallion, and is at the same lime
CHEAPER than MARBLE or GRANITE.
We would advise all parties neediug goods
of this class to examine a sample of Whits
Bronze before ordering marble. Call oq
S. D. KEMEREI*,
Agent for Western Minnesota.
37 Ortouvi'le, Minn.
Lake Toqua Drug Store,
HUEY & SMITH,
Drugs and Patent Medicines, Paints
Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
Toilet Articles. Per
fumery, and a
full line of
Pure Wines aud Liquors for
medicinal use. Physicians' a"d
family recipes can fhlly compounded.
LEONARD & ALLYJf,
a beautiful lake. The build
Trade Marks. I'npyriebts. etc.. for the tinted states.
Canada. Cuba. Knpland. France, (iermnnv. etc. Wf
fcavo !iad tliirty-ltvc yearn' experience.
l'atentsolitained thtvairh lis are noticed in the PS
ENTIHC AMKUK'A.V. This Inrev and splendid LLLIM.
trated rat ly paper.
$3.20 a year.shnwsihelTvnjniaB
of Science, is very interesting, and lias an enonmmn
circulation. Address MI NN A CO., Patent Solid*
tors, l'ub's. Ot iM'lENTlKIO AMERICAN'. yT I'arfc IiuW,
New York. Hand book about l'ntents free.
If you want to buy Huns [breech and
mttszte loadinii] and Muskets. Hardware,
Crockery, Glass-ware, Furniture of all
kinds, wool iitresses. Spring Beds, Plat*
form Spring wagons. Buggies, Bird Cages.
Pocket or Table Cutlery, and in fact, if
you want to buy any thing in these lines,
/ou want to go to Penrce's, on west sideo
It. R. track, as lie will give you the beat
bargains in town, without bantering. He
also keeps in stock, a full line of Cpfftpa,
Shroudi and Coffin trimmings. 8
For Sulo Clicap.
Lota 13 and 13, in block 4, or bank blook*
Two of the best vacant business lots i%
Morris. Enquite qf S. SEI.I.F.CK,
25 Stillwater. Miun,
WATSON AXD LSOSARD
will* advance money on improved farms
at low rale of interest, long time, and nq
iuteresl paid in advance.
WATSO.\ AXD LEONARD
will advance money to any who wish t$
prove up on ihcir land.
Wntson & Leonard
will advance money ou wheat in store.
Wa'iqn dp Leonard
will advance money on village property
and personal security of abqqt all classes.
Watson 9t Leonard
wm pay the highest cash price for cattle.
will at all times have horses ou liapd,
Will sell them on time.
tjckvU to aqd frnm all
ports 011 time.
Watson A Leonard
also do a general insurance- and col!cctK||
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