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Fr •*. I V 1 4 «j V0L..X1II, NO. 61. iDllot-t-k* 'Sii&MrtC. Published Wednesday. J. m* st ^rvEusm, Publisher. y§m Alabama Sheriff and Schiede, a mechanic, shot in the left side, will probably die Charles Jenkins, shot through the "head, since died Bran don, wounded in the thigrh, since died J. W. Montgomery, slightly wounded in the jaw Mr. Berkeley, "shot through both legs while sitting on a porch at the corner of Twenty-first street and Third avenue John Merritt, shot in the legs Col. Thomas G. Jones, of the SeccQi regiment of state troops, has arrived with five companies, and is confident ha fttn prevent any further attempt at mob violence. The excitement us some what abated. CAUSE OF THE RIOT. i Brutal Murders Charged to Hawes Sought to Be Avenged. BIRMINGHAM, Dec. 19.—Last Tuesday th« body of a little girl was found in East lake, near this city. The fact was established that she had been murdered, and Wednesday the body was identified as that of May Hawes, the daughter of B. R. Hawes, a railroad engineer. Cir cumstances pointed to the girl's father as her murderer. He was married in Columbus. Miss., Wednesday evening though supposed to have a wife here. On his arrival here with his bride that night he was arrested, with murder. Then it was learned that he had never been divorced from his first wife and that she ha/ been missing since last Satur day as well as a younger child. Search for the woman's body commenced atT* once, and soon additional circumstantial' evidence against Hawes was secured. Saturday evening the body of his wife yeas found at the bottom of the lake weighted down with iron. This caused Intense excitement throughout the city, and that night fifty or more officers were placed around the jail armed with Win chester rifles, anticipating a possible at tempt to lynch Hawes. About 11 o'clock Saturday night about 2,000 or DES Pane Hold the Jail Against a Mob. Tta Lire* Lost and Thirty Persons In jured in an Attempt to Offer a Sac rifice to Summary Justice. Ten Companies of Militia on the Grmi and 'o Further Trouble Feared for the Present* BIKMIN'GHAM, Ala., Dec. 10.—A crowd which hud been collecting on the streets for several hours advanced on the county jail at midnight with the intention of lyinching R. B. Hawes, charged with the murder of his wife and child. Many of the best citizeus tried to reason with the crowd and prevent trouble, and some have lost their lives in the attempt. When the crowd was within a few feet of the jail door, and had failed to heed numerous warnings from the sheriff, tha officers inside the building opened fire instantly killing three of the men. fatally wounding seven, and moiv or less seri ously wounding about thirty others. The following is a full list of these shot. Killed—M. B. Throckmorton, postmas ter, and a very prominent citizen an un known negro J. R. McCoy A. B. Tar rant: A. D. Bryant C. C. Tate a painter of East Lake Colbert Smith, (colored), wounded Lawrence Fitzhugh, a civil engineer, shot through the shoulder Charles Bailey, shot through the head, probably fa ally A. $1,000,000 Matt Kenedy, shot in'&th legs'andThe congressional districts. left arm J. W. Owen, a carpenter, shot. ?arpe J. through the right thigh W. Gilmore, shot through the bowels, may die Frank Cliilders is dead Albert Smith, colored, was serionslv wounded in the back. William Ysungblood, Mr. Alexander and B. S. Cooper, who were reported killed or wounded, were not hurt. W. A. Bird was shot through the shoulder, the ball coming out near the spinal cord. 3,000 men gathered in the vicinity of the jftil mak-j tog threats. They were without organi zation or leaders, and after much parley ing with the mayor and others who tried to get them to go away the crowds finally reached the end of a narrow alleyway leading to the jail doors. Then the officers warned them to stand back or they would be fired on. After repeated warnings they would not stand back, and Sheriff. Smith ordered the officers to fire. One volley was fired and twenty-three men fell killed or wounded. Three men were instantly killed, seven have since died, and ten others are badly wounded. The mob thai hurriedly escaped, vowing venge ance. ?HE 8HERIFPS STATEMENT. JR# H*J» the Hob Fired the First a ad IriMt Shots in the Affray. Sheriff Smith says: "We begged and pleaded with the crowd to keep back and then they fired the first shots. Several shots were fired by the crowd before I gave the order to fire. We begged them to halt at the raouth of the alley and still they kept coming on. We begged them to go back time and again, and again warned them we would shoot, but they would not listen to us. They came ,lf way up the alley close to the jail and were shouting 'Blow up the with'dynamite.' Ater all this, and theyo|jened fire, I gave the order to fire. They continued firing after we ceased. I ftel tliat we could not have done anything else under the circum stances, and I deeply regret the neces sity." The chief of police made a simi lar statement. .w Arrested the Sheriff. BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Dec. Hfc—Sheriff Smith and Chief of Police Picard have been arrested on a charge of murdec over this shooting Saturday night. Two Mtere military companies, making ten in lp, have arrived in the city. All is quiet ft this time. No further trouble is an ticipated. A Talking KnripftfiK?f NEW YORK, Dec. 8.-—EdisonJpromises to put his latest invention, the phono jh, to a curious and practical use-. It intention to furnish to subscribers ig daily newspaper. The little rit will be charged with a con iom of the day, and each subscriber listen to it while at breakfast. '«s. sim amxsM ijfg" mm* *s t£*s^ «tjfcr HAY CALL CLARKSOH. It I* Skid the I own Editor la to Btre Place In the New Cabinet. MOINKS, Iowa, Dee. j. s. CLAiuctWfc color to the report, Later—Col. Clarkson was asked in re to the matter. He denies that he been offered a place in the cabinfit, saja he knows of no one who' en WiTOHUT SIOUX CONSENT. mmipjlM »Tkt Opening or the Sioux Again before Cong: WASHINGTON, Dec. 7.— provided for last session. The lands thrown open to settlement are to aid for at the following rates: On isuitts entered for settlement during the first two years after the opening of the reservation. $1 per acre all lands taken during the next two years, acre and anniversary of his death a committee has been formed to make the memorial celebration universal. Track Laying on the Duliith and Winnipeg DULCTH, Dec. 6.—The first rails of the new Duluth and Winnipeg road were laid Tuesday afternoon, amid the cheers of the hundreds present and the shieks of locomotive and mill whistles. The work will be pushed forward at the rata of two miles a day with the new track laying machine that is being used. Half a Million for the Poor. NEW YORK, Dec. Alexander of Hesse Dying. SEBJJN, Dec. 11.—Prince $50,000, THE HOUSE WILL BE CLOSE. It Will Take the Official Connt of Cer tlflcateH to Decide Its Political Coin* plexion. T^ASHIKGTOS, Pec, ?."Up to to-day 100 out of 325 certificates pf election of members of the Fifty*first congress have been received by Hon. John R. Clark, clerk of the house of representatives, No certificates have been received from West Virginia, ''The ne*t house will be close," said Clerk Clark to a United Press representative "it will take an official count of certificates to decide the political complexion of the next house." COMPLIMENTARY TO QUAY. A Magnificent Span of Kentucky Thc^ •ngbbreds as a Present to the Repub lican Chairman. PARKEESBUEG, W. Tifc, Deo. 8.—A beautiful span of blooded horses were shipped through this city from Tennes see on their way to Washington City. They were purchased in Kentucky by leading Republicans of East Tennessee, and will be presented to the Hon. Matt 8. Quay as a recognition of his able ser vices for the party during the recent campaign. MORTON'S ©FFIC1AL J* Will He One of th«t Mo«t^M»frnifleettt Kstahlishmevts in Washington. CHICAGO, Dec. H,—A Washington special «ays: Vice President-elect Mor ton is negotiating for a lease of the Cor coran mansion on Lafayette square, just opposite the White House. At first Mr. Morton thought he would purchase the property, which is one of the most mag nificent in Washington. It is owned by Mr. and Miss Eustia, the heirs of Mr. Corcoran, and they declined to make a figure on $he property. Hfs will prob*- A ing the war. 8.—It is said here that "Ret'* Clarkaon, editor of The Register, has been ottered a po sition in Gen. liar-, riaon's cabinet,and accepted. Tl^e place tendered is understood to be he portfolio of the interior. Th« state ment that Allison would not leave the senate gives Delegate ford introduced a bill amendatory of the law providing for the division of the the great Sioux reservation in Dakota and for the relinquishment of the Indian title to the remainder. That law was enacted at the last session of congress. The commission appointed under it to treat with the Indians failed to reach a satisfactory agreement as to the pro posed division. The bill introduced amends the law as follows: Ther reser vation is to be opened without the con sent of the Indians, while the law passed last session requirod such consent. The sum of $2,000,000 is to be deposited to the credit of the Indians, instead of the 75 50 cents per cents per acre for the resi due undisposed of at that time. Senator Dawes, while not entirely committing himself, says enough to warrant the positive assertion that he will not adhere to his former demand that the consent of the Indians shall be obtained. Pension for Mrs. Gen. Sheridan. 11.—At WASHINGTON, Dec. a meeting of the house committee on invalid pen sions nineteen pension bills were dis cussed and reported favorably. The mo6t important was the senate hill granting a pension bill granting a pen sion of $3,500 a year to Irene Rucker Sheridan, widow of Gen. Phillip N. Sheridan. It passed the senate at the last session of congress. The Republican National CottxmittMk'• WASHINGTON. Dec. 3.—The Republi can committee is in session. It is learned that the meeting is for the pur pose of winding up the financial trans actions of the campaign and of disussing the condition of afiaias in the doubtful Cent„nnial to Cliarle, NEW YORK, Dec. churches of the city Sunday night held memorial services honor of Charles Wesley, one of the ino6t eminent poets and hymnists, who died 100 years ago. As the present year marks the hundredth ters. 11.—By the will of Rebecca E. Robertson, the residue of her estate, after various minor bequests, jti given to establish a home for enabling poor families to have a brief summer outing free of expense. The bequest amounts to a half million dollars. White and Might Make Right, COLUMBIA. S. C., Dec. Alexander, •at Hesse, is reported to be dying. REMOVAL OF THE UTE8. The Treaty for the Furchaee $5,000 or each year for ten years, and when located on the new reservation $^0,000 worth of sheep. The Indians appear willing and many ex press a desire that the treaty may be ratified by congress during the present session. V •A l, A LEFT-HANDED APOLOGY. /|4|e I^toJusr Vxpreasee HlttHlf as tot tsfled with Bl^kUnrj»'s JB*tJi*rv Tag*®! DENVER, Col., .Dec. 8.—Judge Rucker is reported as haviig tudd: ''This mat ter between Blackburn and myself is at an end, for I have received letters from all over the country, aud after giving them my earnest consideration 1 have come to the conclusion that Blackburn's last letter was really an apologj, which puts an end to the affair." M'CLERNANQ NOT Glf-IFI The Report That He Has Left the Grand Army Denied. CHICAGO. Dec. 6.—A Springfield, Ills., Special to the Inter Ocean says 'A stfery has got out If now going around the country stating that (Jen. John McCler isand, of this city, ore of the members the Utah commie st n, has deserted the and Army, follow er the lead of Gen. liner. The story ntirely false. Gen. 31 'demand denies that he ever ex pressed a purpose of UTOwithdrawing or thafr a-i". he entertains any such intention. Warner, of Missouri, commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, said to a representative of the United Press: "There is nothing in this talk of Demo cratic defection. While in the West re cently I dined with all the most promi nent Democratic members of the Grand Army in Chicago, and in New York a few days ago I met all the Democratic members ot the order there and Beloac* to Uncle i'J LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Dec. 10T—Tlie" in terior department lias notified the Chero- kees that the Cherokee strip is the pro: «ty of the United States and Indians liave no right to lease it. W^SHIJFGTQM, Dac. 7.—The state de partment is informed by the United Statifs consul at Martinique, West In dies, that yellow fever lias appeared is ejidemic on that island, BARRY'S 8RQTHR«H$QQ, i A 11.—Gov. Rich ardson, in his inaugural address, takes a chrrged cheerful view of the result of the presi i~ dential election, but emphasizes in strong tori us the idea that the white population shall rule in the state. Manifest* from the Labor Agitator Sk tablishing a New Order. EASTSAGIKAW, Mich., Deo. t.' JMk principles of brotherhood First—The right of man to the use of the earth, Secon^ The taking from usur ers and shylocks the right to con trol our currency, of ^teif Reservation 6jucee»*fully lf#gptlat«4? DURANGO, Colo., Dec. 6.—The com mission appointed to treat with the Southern Utes for their removal to their new reservation completed its labors at (he agency by giving the Indians a bar becue dinner, and after spending a day or two in this place will leave for Wash ington, wV«ere the treaty will be submit ted to congress for approval. In addi tion to their lands the Indians are to re ceive THOMAS Third—The government ownership of the means of transporting persona, freight and intelligence and the taking of those engines of human happiness out of the hands of stock gamblers and spec ulators, and operate them for the benefit of producer and consumer. PITTSBURG, Dec, 7.—About the 1st of January next a union meeting of the Brotherhoods of locomotive engineers, firemen, brakemen, switchmen and yardmen, employed on railroads center? ing in this city will bp hpld in Allegheny City to ponsfder the plan pf federation of §11 railroad employes in the United States except conductors. Richard Ree son, chief of Smoky City Lodge No. 142, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, said in an interview: "Matters have so far progressed that the union of 100,000 railroaders into ooe federation is an as sured fact. Secret meetings have been held at Columbus and Chicago, and Pitts burg is the next place in line. The plan of federation is in the hands of a com mittee composed of the grand chiefs of all the organizations above enumerated, and they are still working at it." '1 WAft PREPARATIONS URGENT. The ltfchmand, Galena and YantiivOT dered to Sea—Probably to Ifayti. WASHINGTON, Dec. 8.—Orders Calumet Fire Dying Ou( CALUMET, Mich,, Deo. 10.—The tity of steam and smoke coming from the burning shaft is much less than at any time since the beginning of the tire. The prospects of a speedy extinguish ment are excellent. The damage under V J-i **W ... «Ui entertain aa the Sottish bJy lease A# property and lavishly as did Lord LTOH, the solium minister WIMI oocupied th* PfniINI|to» 4 Democratic Defection Xot Supported. WASHINGTON, Dec. 5.—Major William I assure you there is nothing in it," can A River of Oil to St. Louis. LIMA, Ohio. Dec. 7.—The latest proj ect of tiie Standard Oil company is the construction of a pipe line from this city to St. Louis, for the transportation of oil for distribution over the Southern and Southwestern states. The St. Louis line will be built after the manner of the one already in use between this city and Chicago, and the right of way is being secured. Active work will be ee*st menced in the spring. The Coast Wants a Portfolio. *"r SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 5.—The execu tive committee of the state board ot trade has adopted a memorial address to Gen. Harrison, asking him to select one member of his cabinet from the Pacific coast. OAclal Vote of Montana. HBJWA. Mont, Dec. vote of Montana is as follows: Clark, Dem., 1,730 40,014 Wertey. 32,262. 11.—Many of the 2a,488 Carter. Rep., 148 son, Pro., 1884, 26,9«9 1886, total vote in Xo Indictments Against Dudley. 10.—The INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. GENERAL DIRECTOR JUDICIAL \V. I,. Cik.YKK. Court oiiwIsriflWt^ Wv. & ncKKtLt., County Supt. ef Klia|a VltfcAflE OFFICERS: X. R. Hi'i'isR. President. 8. A. Fi,\nr:UTY, 8, A DESERTER. FTARSOJT, VCNILBATTAFFL G. \V. MA U K A N ', W. il. Hock KM, Jso. I). GII.LKKI'I£, Ilecordsft W. J. Mithho, Treasurer. J.T'.S'S'mI ['..."»•• fw. U.T. U'DSATOI, A.HHPBHor. A. K. A.NDSKSO.V, Marshal. OlIURCH DIRECTORY: Oo|«u»iTioitii.,Kov. J. B. Fsirbsnk, Puts*. VvranmsT, lt»*. E. 1*. !loitrt»'»n, Psster. ROMAH CATKOLIC, Rev. Goo. G.tfWcll, Priest. SeANoixAviAN HvA.x«SLicvi, LUTUBRAK,Re*. A.J. Andtrr*)!), of Hcandia, Factor. CIVIC SOCIKTIK8: A.*. F.*. A A.*. M.-.—Golden Sheaf Lodge He 188, Meets 1st and Sd Saturdays if aach month. o. e. Hanson, W. M. W. W. GKISWOLP, Sec'y. G. A. B. U. A. J. Overton Post, No.W, meets the Seeondand Fourth Fridays of each moath, al8o'oloekp.m. T. H. MorriB Lodge, No. 55. Meets each Tuesday evening at their hall. .. ,„ J. D. GILLKSFIE,M. W. W. H. MILES, Recorder- SELECT KNIGHTS, A. O. U.W. Scott Legion, No. 13. Meets at Its halt the first and third Fridays of eaeh month. 3. W# H. BO. E. DARLING. •op tne Hip Yellotr Jack iq IpdJe*. 7.—T. B, Barry has issued a manifesto to the working people of America announcing himself as the leader and founder a new labor move^... znent to be know# as the Brother-" hood of United Labor. The car dinal the are: Counselor attaw, Practice In all Statu and United States Courts. Office over Helgeson & Hannon'K store. A. FLAHERTY, *'-W vW*iSV. \tff amc'tupi HoK.C.lt. Buowx, District Jud^s. COUNTY' OITICBJMM' GKO. 11. Mrsiio, SlifrilT. K. C. Hei.a»PON, Trea.-mrrr. PUxum. L.vuf*, District(?MTf. (iro. M. (SII.TINAKClerk Auditor. I,. II. WCLI.ISOTON. Kegisteref Deeds. Uro. K. lA»t.tNci, .Judge ef Probsts. *. A. KI. VHKUTT, Atmrnef, II. I.. HuKt.nrnn, Coroner. ... D. T. WHEATON, 8nrv -.or, Lawyer. MOBBIS, MINNESOTA. Coun^r Attorney. ^•M. C. BICKNSLL, Attorney at Law, ii i N. R. Brusx, Com. BBVAKS, Adjutant. A. 0.~U. W. D. QiM'KflPlE, Com. MILKS, Bee. DIVISION NOi UA.O. H. Meets Second Wednesday of each month, In its hall, at7:30 P. M. C. P. MAGINNIS, Pres't. s. A. FLAHBBTY, Ileo. Seo'y. FATHER MATTHEW. C. T. A. SOCIETY No. 760 of the C'thollc Total Abstinence Society of Amcrl«a. Regular meetings first and third Sundays In eivcli month. In Assumption Church, immediately after Mass. YisUiug members respectfully in vited. P. A. MCCABTHT, Prest. E. P. O'BBIEN, Sec'y. MT. LEBANON R. A.CKAPTEH, No. 47. Meets first Wednestlay of eaoli month. JOHN HOUSB, I* H. II. P. WELLINGTON, Sec'y. BETHEL COMMANDEKYiii JBfc, KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. Meets seoond anil fourth Mondays of each aionth, D. R. SUTIIEBLAND, E. C. O. C. Hanson, Reo. i. oTo. F» Monday evening C. A. 20 scattering, THE 'V United States grand jury adjourned until Dee, 17 without returning any indictments against Col. Dudley or any other ier sons in connection with eltiction uiat- A. DEKA^f, 0* PEPPER, Nel total, R. 8. PUBLIC LIBBAB.T "Will be open as follows: Wednrsday and Saturday afternoons from 4 to 6 Wednesday evening, 7 to 9, and Saturday evenin*, 7 jo 10, J. Ii. iu,r(Eanis, Librarian. BUSINESS GARBS. MOHRIS, MINNESOTA (jfUce over Stevens Co. Bank. stSB-89 JJENRT HUTCHINS, Attorney and (Joungeler at Liir, MORRIS, MINN. XT T. BEVANS, t'lMihlD FEDERATION OF BROTHERHOOOS. Over 1 ©0,000 Members Alreadjr Assured for the New Order. Attorney at M5KRIS, A. MCCARTHY, JJ L. HULBURD, Physician IL DULEY, 0B, H, HARDY, quan Lav, MINNESOTA W. RHJVNCtf^ Attorney and Ooxmaellor at Law, Practices In al! Courts of the Stats and United states, and will take Important oases n the U. H. Land Ofllee. Office over the Grant County Bank, HERMAN, MINN. Notary Public & Conveyancer. Abstracter and Examiner of Titles. Special attention given to business before the United States Land Office and Pension Bureau, fective titles remedied and perfected. Estate, Loans and Insurance. MORRIS, MINN. MOKIM8. HUFH. Qfflae over Obas. W. Rohue's drug store. 3fflfehaq«froml4Qtf,tb*itA.*.» 'clocfc ». 1*. R. 8UTHS*ILAN&i have been sent from the navy department to Commodore Gherardi at the Brooklyn navy yard to get the U. S. Avar vessels Richmond, Galena and Yantic ready for sea as soon as possible. While nothing positive con be learned at the depart ment as to the movement or destination of those vessels it is understood that next week they are likely to be dispatched to Port, au Prince, Hayti, to look after American interests there, and perhaps insist upon a restoration of the American steamer Haytien Republic, recently seized by the Haytien government. 1" p. De- lieal 1 t# 8 M. D. Physician and Surgeon. nt-OHlce over Lanon & Nllson'i store. Atlaatic Ate., Morris, Mlbl A. "I Physician and Surgeon. Office over Spurr's Store. Office Honrs—8 to 10 A. M., an^ StoftP.M. G.w MAUGHAN, Veterinary Surgeon. •i Horiiei* slid stock treated l)v the day.weekorraenth ecial rates. Veteri medicine* furnUlicJ i«r. Allcallsprompi I}'attended to. Qtf Menris.Mltia. IIIJII i|M,' ft ii #11 wj i Veterinary Surgeon..,. Qffice at Hardy & Co.'a Livery Will treat all Diseases of Hornesaad (Tattle Charges Reasonable. Metropolitan Hotel* Morr!*, Minn. F. BUNNELL,Formerly of the Laka Park Hotel, at Lake Park, Minn., Proprietor. TTou«i.' has hrnti Thoronghlr Ttenovntel, Refitted and Pnrnicbcd, mak.ns: is Strictly Firet ground will be very much less than by class In every reKpect, and will onducti-d with the last fire, as the mine has not been a view to the comfort of the -««nimr-jai trade an *Howedtofift withwai*. -A O1* "V BarsW i. A 'J 5 1 I REED AND Parlor Chairs! -:*h We hate just received1 a tkyge of Reed and Rattan Easy Chairs and Ladies' Rockers. Mm More Appropriate for Christmas Presents I Call and See Them! A. A. STONE & 6a II Ui u E Constantly on Hand. Also1LIME. CEMENT PAINT. ED wiw Morris and Graceville, Minn. Keal Estate and Insurance Agents. Loan and Investment Brokers. Abstracters and Examiners of Titles. Notaries Public and Conveyancers. special Attention Given to Collections. Ocean Steamship Tickets to and from All Parts of the Old Country, and European Drafts and Foreign Exchange, payable in All Parts of the Old Country, for Sale. Agents for the Singer Sewing Machines and Extras. The Public's Patronage Respectfully Solicited We Endeavor to give Satisfaction at all times Morris Office, Pacific Avenue, opposite Jones' Lumber Yard. MCCARTHY E. B. WOODWARD, *J WELE R. I Carry a First-Class Stook of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Solid Gold Rinis Gold Pens, Pencils, Tooth Picks, PFECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES, SILVERWARE, &0. "FINK WATCH REPAIBINO A SPECIALTYI 1 claim to do as Good Work in this Line as can he done anywhera. MORRIS, MINNESOTA. Wolff & THoele Bros., .©EALEI1S IN FARI ^MACHINERY! 1- AL§0- WOOD, COAL, FEED, ET& Cash Paid for Max, Oats, Barley, and Other Kinds of Farm Produce. Jt will Pay Tou to flttOBRIS, Oive Us a WOLFF & THOELE KOS., v -U I -i •r •+fr4~'. &**•. ..» V.^^Y»^.Y».I^4II|» t^m-*mm)toii&&>--*-'*Ql*i'* i v v ™'*TtifR"RTS, MINN., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1888. $1.50 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. iii h, I j. i» A Full aud Complete Stock of All Kinds of Stailes'Ett. J. & & co. b- .rrf#M w" it.' V SAMUEL LARSON. Tfat Cash or ta exekaafalitf Conatry3»rodncc. AUantle jri*.licKrNSON, President. COTTONWOOD- Office «r MINNESOTA, Over Larson See $ 0^1 V Wheat o» Gompoundiag Prescriptions a Specialty. ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF Dris, Patelf Medicines, BUni & School Books, Wall Paper, Paints, Brushes* Oils, &c., MORRIS, MT-NT-W Larson & Nilsou, MORRIS, MINK. IDsaiera in 3DPIY O-OOIDS. NOTIONS, GROCERIES, E"F! A -nv E3 clots: GENTS' FURNISHING Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, CStookerv, Glassware, ©to Aii|sf Whleh \\c Wii: Sfed at Bottom Prices Also, Agents fet tte Celebnted ^•|S STOUGHTON WAGON, Norwegian Plow Company's Plow, DDBUQUK, IOWA. ATMDC,Belwcen POPE to Three Miles HA-^STOOCK, Poet Office at Hancock. have Completed Arrangements "3L **/& •£,* *«R 5th an# etb Greater Inducements to Borrowers than ever before. With Gilt-Edged Farm Secuiity you can have Money on Your COME TO ME M* STEVENS COUNTY BREEDERS ASSOCIATION v NlJ.s A MI SON. GOODS, %i' lv DRKPHKJt. k'e'y Trf-asti —IMPORTED— Freseb Draft, Eiilisk Shire & tea Coach STALLIONS. Breeding Stabk-s at GROYE FARM, Northwest of MINjSTESO XJ3L. by aug35*tf which. I can Offer Own Terms. AND GET IT fieal Estate Ins lira rrcre! I Have a Choice List of Farm Lands and Village Prop-, erty for Sale or Rent on Easy Terms. I also represent the very Best Insurance Companies in existence. Be Sure to See Me Before Dealing Elsewhere!! & H. WELLINGTON. Nilson'S Store. WOOD FOE SALE IN CAR LOTS. Flour, Bran, Shorts. "finow Bird" and Choice" Flour from River side Roller Mill, and "Best" and "Patent*4 from Swift Falls Roller MilL Bran and Shorts Always oa Ha&d. Als^ Ckyrii Mm&% Buckwheat, &c., GOODS DEWY^RJI) TO ANY PART OF THE CITY I ^ILHOLLMANN, r'.mt 7 S i hi S I iH I I (t U •I $ ^0 wrrtjf^-TiiTi^FTRIIRw\]miiiitfifTtiIIIITIT"