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rr«»itl«u!,. iw-rr* I H. S. Juoaoir, Cashter. .TffiflRST NA-.2HAL BAM OF RORR1I, MISNXEIOTA. Capital #80,000.00 Thi» Dank eondaett a feaeral Banking and KxcfcMf® ButlneM. K^ney to Loan on Ohatui or Peraoaal iaeuritr. in any Amount* De sired. Loan* Negotiated tt ^Impror»d Tam*. iaw« f.*p*es/a If *wrt aa'•*. »nt! tiinkv fc»T«4*alt**»wltk kaaktiatkia 9*9 i#« *f th« Siah* IaOGAIaB. T. J. Moor® hM a newM i* tfela Usue. Read it. Xhi past week hat toMi WJ able for threshing. Wolff A Thoele Broe* wwettsi warehouse -on West Seventh street, i Remember the temperance lecture at Ageucy Halt next Sunday evening. tfifty-flve and fifty-eight oeiita per bushel wti the ruling prion on wheat yesterday. Peter Brandt is building a siuall dwelling house iu the rear ot the Big Stone House. Elsewhere we publish a list of the premiums awarded, at the Stevens county fair. Visitors to the State Fair are re turning and the town begins to look natural once more. John Calmejr purchased fifteen head of fine throe-year-old steors from L. H. Stan ten last week. Ber. Mr. Sherman, of Bauson, con ducted services in the. EptiNjal church last Monday evening- Prof. A. R. Cornwall will speak on Prohibition at the court houae, en Friday evenings Sept. 30, at 8 o'clock. Found—A pair of tortoise shell rimmed eye glasses. The owner ean have the same by calling at thU office. A large contingent of Browns Val ley people passed through hera Mon day on their way home from Ike fair. The Tope and Stevens County Breeders Association received second premium on their French coach horse at the state fair. Sunday, October 2. Rot. Mr. Burn-' ley, pastor of the Presbyterian churctt of Wlllmar, will preach In the Meth odist church of this place. Two thoroughbred yeariiag colts passed through town on Monday, bound for Browns Valley. They are the property of J. I. Brown, of that place. Rt. Rev. M. N. Gilbert, Assistant Bishop of Minnesota, will visit Morris for service ou Monday evening, Sept. 26. Service at the Episcopal church at 7:30 o'clock. Judge Sleepw, of Brainerd, Will hold the November term of court In this county for the purpose of dispos ing of the cases in which Judge Brown Has heretofore been interested as at torney. The Manitoba company are putting (a a caw plank cromajpg on Fifth atreet. Now if they would only put in a sidewalk on the various street crossings it would bean Improvement appreciated by all our citizens. A temperance lecture will be deliv ered by Ex-Mayor John O'Brien, of Stillwater, Minn., at Agency Hall on Sunday evening, Sept. 26, under the auspices of the Father Matthew C. T. A. society. All are invited to attend. Admission free. J. Berkin shipped liln trotting horse to Grand Forks, Dak., last Friday, wkore he will be entered in the races thertf and at several other points. Hie ho."»e is in oharge ofWm. LaBell and will undoubtedly mako a record during his Absence. Miss Nellie Ruddock, who has been a teacher amon^ the Freed men for a number of years i.u the employ of the American Missionary Association, will speak of the woric at the South In the Congregational charch, Sun 0ay evening, Sept. 25. H. W. Stone's herd of Red Palled cattle upheld the honor of Sts^ens county at the State Fair in fine style. There were five head In the herd and they received four first and one *ee oad premium. In tho language of tho poet, "How is that for high?" A man named Ole Anderson, who feas been engaged in sawing wood about towa for several months past was brought up before the probate court oa Monday and found to be in sane. He was taken to the asylum at St. Peter by Sheriff Muuro on Mon day night. Farm, Stock A Homo: Wo cannot resist the inclination to again iug jpgt that old straw, dead weeds, rot ton wood and the general litter about tbo farm are now the harbors of mil lions of germs of pestiferous insects. Burn the rubbish and have less in sects next year. 'Jfext Sunday in the Methodist «fautahf will be devoted to "Harvest Home" services. The church will be appropriately decorated with veg etables, grains, fruits and flowers. In tho morning thore will be a ser mon by the pastor and in the evening the children will provide a concert jtxerci»e. 'The Pope and Stevens County Hresders Association have added an other exceedingly fine Clydesdale stallion to their already fine lot of twrses upon their farm. It is "Rooo bury .11,'' Register No* 5067 and WM jturehasiad at the State Fair last week ft&m tho proprietor oL Watowan Val ley Stock Farm, of Garden City, Minn. Frank A. Hancock and Mlai •***.- PBRSOXAL*. JV MHNlA. --.w— ... |g* W. L. Colyer vlsltt# Wisoonsln this week. Ida 0t«ibms wore married at tho resi dence of the bride's parents in Utiea, [inn., on Wednesday last, Sept. 14, J. W, Stebbins officiating, ifter the ceremony the guests—about |fty in number—partook of an elo tnt repast. The presents were num rouB and costly. Mr. and Mrs. Han Ick are well and favorably known in aiorris, and the Tribune loins tfcelr boats of friends in wishing them all manner of happiness. The happy Coiiple arrived in town Momlay and yril make this their future horn** .J Carl Fairbanks fs vjsjtlng l»t« oh^. home C. Bicknell returned from h"!» Eastern trip on Thursday last.,. Miss Tllla He^gesov, oflEWiabek, spent Saturday and Sunday in Mor iris. Jas. McCanney lett Monday for Grand Forks aud other Dakota towna.- -.•* Will C. Dookstader, ropresenttng the Ryan Drug Co., St. Paul, was In town over Sunday. W. J. Stebbina, of Utica, Minn.', arrived in the city Monday, a»€ Will spend tho winter hero. H. H. Hawley, of Coshocton, Ohio," new occupies a position jn |C. Woodward's Jewvlry store. John Maginfila, of Moiria, flown Tuesdsy, and left to-day for home again, taking his fiwhily,,*who have beon spending the auiuuiar in Red Wing, with him.—Argus. Monitor: Two fair emissaries of the salvation army arrived In town Wed nesday and will, we understand, In augurate hostilities against the devil and his a^ronghold in Benson. Sev eral subjects of his satanic majesty alread*' show signs of giving way be fore the Battle fit on. xioolf Sttt breakers I Everyone who roads a newspaper, mji an exchange, becomes familiaf with tho business firm names appear* ingin it, and naturally they neither ge themselves nor seud others to the place they never hear of. Merchants who advertise, mako many friends through the columns of a newspaper, as their names become as tamlliar as household words. Those on the contrary who depend on casual cus tomers that pass their dopr generally get loft. When a maa oonsos Into tho office and plauks down the cash and says "send me your paper for a year,'' that means business. When one says "I want your paper but naveu't got the money now," that's all right. When he takes i^ out of the postoffice for several months and sends it back ''re fused," that's meanness. When a man spends from ten cents to a dollar for cigars or beer a week and he says he can't afford to take his home paper, that's a—no such thing. When a man borrows his neighbor's paper to rtad every week, that's cheek.— This Is the season of the year when the festive and' Insinuating cioth ped dler attacks the cupidity of the honest granger and makes him believe that tho business of peddling cloth is a philanthropic project invented for tho sole purpose of preventing his being robbed by the home merchant. Farmers, beware of these fellows, and whatever you do, don't be induced to sign any note or paper of any kind, for it may return to you after many days a very much changed instru ment. The proper thing to do is to drive them off your premises, if you have to do it at tho end of a pltctitork. —Dawson Sentinel. The third marriage for this week in which Morris parties are the princi pals occurs this evening. It is the in tent of the bride and a few of her most Intimate friends to keep the time of the marriage a secret, and we would request our readers to do so. Miss Lou Richardson has so many sincere friends and earnest well wish ers amongst us, and as one and all en tertain a high/egard fo^ her, of course as rfffs ddfeirerf*the ftact ofcher marriage this evening to be kept from the knowledge of the general public, her wtsh shall be respected. As almost all of our readers are intimate friends and acquaintances of the bride elect this announcement will be considered confidential until after the ceremony. Our citlzons weto treated to a sur prise last Friday morukig, on learn ing of the wholly unexpected mar riage of Mr."Cart Fairbanks and Miss Nellie Whiteley, of this place. It was a surprise to every body, tho par ents of the contracting parties as well as the public ia general. The young people It appears, decided to waive customary forms and formalities and quietly hied them selves to Hancock, where at about 9 o'clock the previous evening they.war# tiu)y joined in the bonds of wedlock—the services ef Rev. Mr. Smith of that place having been obtained. After the ceremony the young people returned directly here, informed the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Whiteley, of their marriage, asking the usual blessings and for giveness, which wero of course be stowed and granted. The event caused a little ripple of excitement, especial ly so far as known, there having been no reasons for sucb iiasty and rather uuusual procedure. Tho contracting parties kept their proposed flight and marriage a closely guarded secret, as not even the lady spd gentleman who accompanied them were informed un* til the last moment, that they wero participants in an elopement. We bestow the customary blessing aad extend usual congratulations. v Lilt of Letter* Advertised at Morrte, Steven* Minn., Sept. rifSv* A very appreciative, but rather small-audience, attended the looture at the Congregational church last Thursday evening. Miss Catheart, the lecturer, lias recently returned fronvthe MicrOn.eslstt' Islands, where she has iivboretl for several years as a missionary, Tho ieeture partook more of a conversational discourse, and was vetyInteresting, the speaker giving a brief but comprehensive his tory of the mission wdrk *111011$ the heathens, tracing the labors of^tlie -mission from the earliest date dfcwn to the present time, and showing.the gratifying progress made. The coun try, Its'climate and limited resources, the people, their habits and customs, their past condition as cannibals, and present improyod state upder chris tisuialng efforts and influences ifere very engrossing arid instructive topics and *11 present were well repauir for their attendance. Miss DONNELLY. A. H. Talsy has returned from t^e twin cities where he has been taking in the sights. s^ftev. Mr. Poh4* h^Woerviees ih the school house last Sunday, ami tkore was quite a Urge attendance. Mrs. Meicles and flsmlly have re turned to Minneapolis. The weather of the past weok, I'M. been good for threshing. Joe Frit* has gone to CIontarfYo take charge of. tho sectlou at that place. August Stoll is eonvaleacing. The temperance saloon pf this pl^o*. does quite a business. Mayor A. A. Ames, Police Commis sioner M. Hoy and Mr. Russell of! Minneapolis are hunting in this lo cality. School district clerks can have a copy of the new school laws by call i ug at my office. -, -. T. W. Davidson has gone to Minne apolis to remain during ilie coming winter. Ho will attend tho Physi cians' and Surgeous' College, The party at Miller's Fridny eveu ing was a pleasant affair despite the small attendance. The guests were well entertained *td |ljo*ed them selves greatly. School in district No. 36 opened ttfe 19th, with Miss Stella Miller as teacher. A fine sermon was delivered in this town on Sunday last by Rev. 8. F. Porter. Considerable threshing haa been done iu this vicinity, and the average yield of grain is good. Plowing is progressing with the season, which signifies that there are industrious farmers about. Prairie fires are beginninfcjo T»ge Farmers should make their buildings safe at once. When you are done, for this season, with any ot your farm machinery, don't leave It standing outside, but put it under cover immediately,, and so save time and money, 4, September Cosmopolitan. The September number of the Cos mopolitan opens with an unusually interesting illustrated article on "How the Persians Live," by Wolf yon Sclilerbrand, the private secre tary ot Minister Winston, while the latter was tho American representa tive at the Persian court. "The Hur ricane Island" is another handsomely illustrated article, by Herbert Hi Smith, the distinguished naturalist, on St. Thomai, famous for Its destruc tive hurrlcanssj its reconciling court, its shocking coaling gnngn, its pictur esquo scenery, etc. The conclusion of George H. Fit5h's wonderfully ab sorbing article on "The Millionaires of the Pacific Coast" is accompanied by several handsome portraits, by J. Rsiclj, The second installment of Arnold Burges Johnson's recollec tions of Charles Sumner contains many facts in regard to the great statesman that are now published for the first time. It is accompanied by a fine portrait of Sumner by Tietze tho frontispiece of "Sumnerand Long fellow" is engraved by E. Clement. J. D. Fuller, who suffered a paraly tic stroke last week, was so far im proved as to be removed to his home at Little Falls on Saturday. We hope to see him among us agaitfeoon In re- ^English novelist, explode* the old es covered health. Mr. Fuller desires to return bis sin cere thank* to his many friends In Morris tor their kinduess and atten tion to him while here, and to assure them that it was fully appreciated and they will always be gratefully rfmembered. .'• Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Ite newrr is uuequaled for restoring gray hrtir to its natural color, promoting growth, and producing new hair on ba!4Ue*da. cli 6,1887^ _• Bonifaus Moneu£~ Persons culling for theTal»Ove wlil piiawf way "advertised." E. KkwxlL| 'X* p. M. V It William Westall, the well-known tablished Ideas relative to Kaspar Hauser, the title of his article being "New Light on an Old Mystery Olive Thome Miller contributes one Of Uer delightful bird sketches, "The Rival Orioles.'' "Hhall Americip have Ambassadors?" is a question that Moncure D. Conway aaswers in the negative, showing how useless they are, aud how unfavorable is the Influence of court lifo- upon thorn The fiction |n the number is unusual ly excellent, Harriet Prescolt Spof? lord's "Uncle Mason's Monoy^' being very sprightly, Ludovic Haley's "A French Marriag^" very- wrtty, and Kdniondo de AwicSs's "The Sar dinian Dru-mmer Boy" being very pathetic The poetry is by Bessie Chandler, W. H. Allen, May Riley Bmitb, and J2. A. i *r* Catheart devoted, re turns soon, to the field of her chosen labors in that far oil eli«ie, *iKi it was easily observed In her public ddr®M as well aqin private. converse, that she is a r" I WMrC. jBlCKKBIili, 1 County Supti of Schools* Canker humors of every description whether in the mouth, throat, or stomach, are expelled from the sys tem by the use of Ayer's Sar^aparilla. No other remedy cau compare with this, as a cure for all diseases originat ing in impure or impoverished blood.- RENDSVIU.E, Wm. Stiller lost a horse not long ago. Mr. T. D. Shaw, of Delano, spent a few days last week with his son-in law, A. Young. H. H. Ellsworth attended the state fair, returning Sunday, Rev. S. F. Porter, who haa been visiting friends in Rendsville, de parted Monday for Fergus Falls. from Ie East, -.'.VI sincere and zealous worker. There were few allusions to the disagreeable or unpleasant fea tures of the missionary's work its trials, denials, dangers aud privations were only incidentally referred to, whilo tho grand and noble ends and aims of the mission labors wore e^l thueiastiaally dwelt JK. i j**"-1 A JSMpd Assortment OP NEW- FaMWinter rS-FABMCal 48 Goods are now Rea® Come Early and Select while Stock is -'Complete! ILLS BHDS. & *f:u A railway around the world, with two ferries, may be a reality in the near future^ The Russian Council of State, with'the Czar's approval, iv I ftfc Home, ordered-, sarveys t® be made at once, an4 next spring it is intended to be gin grading track to the Pacific coast. Five years' are allowed for the work. With a railway across the Eastern Continent apd tlve Northern or Cana dian Pacific, one could travel around the world vin less than sixty days*— Western Rural. s On Improved Farms.| Alliow Rates. Oja Essy Terms of Payment. With or Without Commission. Plenty of Mone^. No Delay. Business confidential. Office over Stevens County Bank JOHNSON & BICKNELL, Morris, Mina. California, among her other ambi tions, wants to figure as a great cot ton state, and, Indeed, there are fa vorable conditions for cotton growing in some parts of the 6tate. In Kern county 500 pounds of excellentcotton afie raised to.the acne, returning $75 an acre to the producer.- The crop pays a deal better than wheat, and some of the California papers are ad vising farmers to give up many of their acres to cotton seed. Delicate Children, Mothers, Overworked Men, aud for all diseases where the tissues are wasting away from the inability to digest ordinary food, or from over work of the brain or body, all such should tak& Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphites "I used the Emulsion ou a lady who was delicate, and threatened with Bronchitis. It put her In such good health and flesh, that I must say it is the heat Emulsion I ever used."—L. P. Waddell, M. D., Hugh's Mills, S. C. Farm, Stock «& Home: One cause of much bad butter is the unclean condition of collars. Decaying vege tables taint the air, and their odors are absorbed by tl*e milk, to reappear in whatever is made from it. If tke meat barrel becomes at all tainted, it should be at once removed. Iu fact, wherever milk and cream are kept in cellars they should be In different rooms from the porlt barrel^ All Hunters Are betrwby warned not to trespass on my premises, under penalty of the la*r« r* Garrington Phelps. 33t8 Borrow Money of L. H. & P. A. Wellington at 8 per cent. No commission. -A Poetic(?) Prayer to the Village* llluatrlous Moguls, city Dads, Th« Morris lasnlei and their letfs S Would pray you pause And give j'our enr to reconsldrance, For you've declnrt(l our "•lide" a nulsaite*". Most potent Pu'a, we humbly pray. That ere you fold our bllde away You'd list to our refrain. We humbly think you've beon Imposed on, And acted harshly in high dudgeon. lias snlvollng crank, or canting prude, Or silly, apish doodle-dude, Made grave complaint? Or thoughtless people asked by petition. To send ullde to "bow-wow dcmnltlonf" Come Papas dear grant our request, And be above dude-prudes beheai. They arc so very silly. "ay flatly that our slide shan't go, For Its pro bono publico. But then perhaps you're only footing. And don't Intend to "bid# yoor ralloU*"' You dear old Dada. Bay you've been giving of u» taffy, And make as most infernal happy. But be your aetlon Jaat or earnest, Wo herewith enter solemn protest. And swear revenge On anyone who dares remove That giddy slide we fondly lore. We want our starter Blldejand-ahoot, Toboggan rigs and clubs to boot ... For winter's weather, These chilly blasts give warning pleMt.V^ That winter's almost here again. Oh mighty Dads we beg and pray, That blessings on your bald heads OM|^-1 Like snow drifts lie. If you'll avert this threatening evil Twill please us lik« the very —. Take Ayer's Pills and be cured. Misery is a mild word to describe the sufferings of body and mind, caused by habitual constipation. A moder ate use of Ayer's Pills Will Invariably regulate tho bowels. *tT8 s -V' !*K 4 X. Lower Grain Rttee. .. r«r We notice some of our T^Srlfiern Minnesota and North Dakota ex changes are congratulating them selves and the public oh 4 a We have a yoke Hosaw*. mares, cows and ttaro of o^»n for saje by WOI./F A TIIOELS Bfoe. f-i All Hunters Are hereby warned not to trespass bn my premises, under penalty of the law, unless they use "King's Quick Shot" powder. J. D. Good. the reeent cut of ten per cent In grain rates from their sections to Mintiea]MIis and Du luth they are also earerttl to nolo that this last cut Is In «.1!ition to a twenty per cent reduction made a year ago. Many are disposed to at tribute these cuts to the "generosity" of railroads. Suppose no protests had been made against the ratee of two years ago? Suppose there had been sl*tlnn, no organ nation, no In r~-* alienee as Jk ttiose who are now so thankful, where would rates be to-day? That rates are now over twenty-fire per cent less than two years ago, but still so high that the railroads report larrely In creased net earnings, is the best pos sible evidence of the justness oi the people's cause in their battle for lower rates. When we realize that rates now, after the wonderful gener osity of the roads, are nigher from a point 250 miles west of Duluth, to that point, than from Duluth to Liverpool, we can realize how terrible the extortion was before the reduc tions and should be reminded that the war is not yet over. The people are capturing the enemy by regular approaches some of the out-works have been taken, that's all. In the fullness of time rates will be at a point where some of !je re!*tof us will be getting something for our wives and children out of this magnificent country It won't come through rail road generosity either.—Farm, Stock customer for ft lew choice real estate mort* gages. Bring them in. 4t L. H. & F. A. Wellington. The Housekeeper for October will contaiu a full account of the wedding of the managress of that paper, in the Minneapolis Exposition, ou the even ing of Sept. 28, together with accurate descriptions arjd Jllustratioiis of the participants' wedding dresses and presents. A copy of this issue will he mailed free to our JadjT readers send ing their address to Thh Buckhye Pub. Co., Minneapolis, Minn. The Importation* of ail kinds of glass into this country were larger during the last fiscal yeajr thpn ever before, aggregating 62,355,178 poundji against 65,000,000 pounds the fceviouf year. JOHNSON & BICKNELL. Are prepared to make a few choice large loans n't per o©nt» inter est. Boots and prices. All shoes at the very lowest goods warranted. Cus tomers satisfied by honest dealitig. Remember the Golden Boot and Shoe Store. P. McCollam, proprietor. MISCELLANEOUS MONEY TO LOAM. On improved farms. Loarisf made Quietly, quickly and at low rate of interart. Hubby Hutciiins, Morris Miun. P, McCollam, fashionable boot and shoe maker, fills orders promptly. Repairing neatly done. r- tf Money to Loan atper cent by L. H. & P. A. Wei ling ton. ROYAL lUTCt POWDER Absolutely Pur* This powdrr never vftriCH. A raurvol of purity, strength wlioloHDiiiejiess. More economical than thcrdlimry kinds, nnd can not be sold In competition with the multi tude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. SVrt only tn Cans. Royal Baking Powniut Co., 10ft WaU awttew Vtttk. STYLES. dSme and See our Mammoth Pall Stock of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, aid Q- ZBOCZETBIIEJ S It Exoela An Shown in iao Vicinity We offer a complete stock ef Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings of the Latest Styles. Henrietta Cloths, Rayetine Cloths. Tricot Flannels,Check ed Dress Flannels, Ladifes Broad Cloths, Black and Col ored Cashmers, etc. We are soie agents for the celebrated Broadhead Dress Goods. Of these goods we have a full assortment ia black and col ored. Olf FLAME HEPARTIMT is simply immense. R^d twilled flannels, checked shirt ing flannels, children's checked dress flannels, white flannels, ladies' skirting flannels, etc. Also blankets, comfortables, pants cloths, etc. Ladies' and gents' underwear, gents' flan nel shirts, cotton flannels, Bleached and Unbleached Cot tons. Our Notion Departmat Is complete in every detaiT, and speaks for itself. Our Cloai and Department has no Rival. The same may be said of our Boot and Shoe and Hat and Cap Departments. Our whole store is in fact so well supplied with goods of all kinds that any one wishing to pur chase can easily be suited as Quality and Prices. We will not be undersold. Come one and all. I J. E. DA1ELS0N. ATLANTIC WENT E, SOUTH. MORRIS, MINN. BUY YOURSELF A HOME. Choice improved farms, with buildings, for sale on long time per cent interest. Ouly small payment required. Will also farms for cash or on shares.. ana Shoemakers needing leather threshers needing leather for cjlin fo«ra will And it to their ibterra,} to call on P. McCollam. tf good at 8 cash rfent HENRy Hutchiks. The Oldest and Best Insur ance Companies represented by L. H. & F. A. Wellington. BORROW MONEY. By an arrangement with eastern parties, I can loan money on good se curity aft low rate of interest. H. Hutchins, Morris Minn, 1. mill ir .. Ifhm BAby-wM tie*, wy gftr* her Caatorte, yrhtm iImwmtCUU, ik« eried for C—ici% WImbah*iwwia Miae, alu olnag t* Cmtori*, TTfcwi »fc ha rtilldir—! aha |«t» them Mon^r to loan on Improved farms. Low Interest and no delay. H. Hutchiks. V u SONET to I.0A5. . Onimproved farms. Loans made quietly, Quickly atid at low rate of in terest. Hbnry Hutchins Morris Minn. TOTHE FARMERS. Please take notice that the signed have this day contracted f--- one car of twine which we are off* Ing to sell at as lo^r prices as goo twine can be sold for. The twine is JSfo, quality and we guarantee it to •Work on any make of harvesting and binding machine in working order or twine can be returned and money re funded. •fWourr ft T&oklb Bros. FOR SALE. A Thoroughbred Short Horn Bull, fonr years old next July good color mid good size. Here is a chance for some farmer to get a bargain. En 4}uif# at A. A. Stone & Co. 22tf 4*-^- v Notice! .„s. 'IHancjock, Minn., Aug, 18,1887. can no longer tolerate those bands of prowlers (so-called fowlers) who roam with dog and gun through our fields. Th^y break dawn our fences they hitch their teams to our rain stacks th^y drive through and estroy oar corik in fiact they have threatened the safety of our hen |-00flts. Resolved: By the Town Supervisors of the town of Moore, that our rights must be respected, our chickens pro tected. All men found in said town of Moore with dog or gun with inten tion to hurt, kill or destroy animal or game will be punished to the lull ex tent of the layr» By order of Super visors. Wm. JUokda^, .. .1518 iJr* Chairman* Notice. hunting or shooting allowed thh Mason on my farm in Section 18, town ofMonSs. .i 3512 Enoch Lkavitt. Young pigs for sale at the River side Farm. H. W. Stone & Co. '4i fv f* & X1L& .... .• 4 wa Ev0T w MS ij,*: f.-A iff tmttswtf •••tm tax* OF IS THE PLACE TO BUY GROCERIES, Wiara, te, Tinware, AT BOTTOM PRICED -O- O a U S i a u e s i i o n s i n e a V a i e y a Lowest Living Prices! -«*A |-^DEA3LERS XCf^- Osborne and Minneapolis' Steel Frame Harvesters and Binders, ^St&nd2?§r Hay Aultman & Taylor, ana 7*. A WHENEVER «s4--.a. 1 O I S I N N E S O A JONES' LIB tr A FuH and Complete Stock of Ail Sands of m:rl, 1 a-jiMaa: rs, Lai,. Slgles, Constantly on Hand. bear in mind that we are Headquarters goods. We are positively Boss on Clothing devote our whole attention to this one line oi and can therefore serve our patrons to bette advantage than if we undertook to handle every mercantile commodity. On the same principle that a lawyer who devotes his whole time to the study and practice of law can serve you better in the courts than one who undertakes to prac tice every profession under the sun. For this Fall Trade our Stock will be Simply Immense, and don't you buy one stitch of Clothing any where until you have seen our line, it .will pay you, and don't you forget it. CASTO 1 i fff -a aj.' D.'GOOD, rice Paid for Farm Produce TJSL.A. pa 1U BTCL, 2? "!T i OALiLJ! T. GOOD Wolff & Thoele Bros., and Wood Mowers, Rakes, and iTT Shepard Threshing Outfits, Straws Burner Engines. Also the Tennessee Lumber Wag •(1 ons and Henny Buggy And Compnating Spring Wagons, Monitor and Carver Plows, Drags, Sulkeys, Binding Twine, Etc., Etc. Call and See Us before purchasing anything in this Line elsewhere. WOLFF & THOELE BEOS., II Etc. CflMENT & BAINT. EDWIN J. JONES. You are r^^eed of any thing in the Men's, Boy^ y^st or Children's CHAS. WILSON. for Infants and Children, ^QRMeiiaitlowan adapted to children that roooemrwnd it s* mpor.or to uny fcaows to me,'' if. A. Archkr, 5t. D., Ill So. Oxford St,_Brookij-u^N. Y, n .t r,: tai Cttierta enr?s Colic, Coastipfttioa. Sour Stomach, Piarrhooa, Eructation. Kills Worms, gives sleep, and, proauM*** trestion, Without injurious medication. Ctancixni .. COIBHSX,183 £ilton Street, K. T.