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Ullage Directory.
VILLAGE OFFICMS.
lyre
son,
ckson
Ed. Smith
Monday.
All kind*
drug store.
(J to
Go to Thorpe
organs or pianos
very low.
t'
$•$
A *&*
V¥«fcr
...
A A MMOD,
President—S Stewart
Ooancllmen—K Holj
I Tolet'son, John Kiie)
Recorder—A. Krlekson
Assessor—P S Fenton
Tceusurer— Walter llu^gins
Justice—H Dresser
A R-C II Hunter Post, No 114} WMtteon
the Si and 4th Saturday of eaoh month.
\V W IIUNTI.EY.com
S or V—Peatrla Camp, Xo W meet 1st and
8d Saturday of each month
U DRESSER, Capt
8 OF T—Hancock Division, No 142 meet#
every Tuesday evening
CARPKNTBR, W
WCTU meets
seuil-monthly on Wednes
day at 3
Co'.igret'itum\K'hurch,C ltoutcllffe,pas
tor services morning and evening.
Local Items.
S- A. Flaherty was in town Monday.
Henry Daley drove to Morris Mon
day.
started for Montana
of musical good* at the
Judge Fenton has been on the sick
lis!: the past week.
A. E. Hulett staited for the woods
last week with his teams.
Tlsorm* & T«»Uifir:i"s if yon
.•»! i»r u good cluck or watch.
sire it ):•.
''.Veils went to ths city last
i car load ot shoep.
Married, at Morris, last Thursday,
J. E. Mills to Miss Lillie Gastner.
Any make of organs or pianos will
be furnished by Thorpe & Tollifson.
Geo. Whitconib of Morris spent
Sunday in Hancock with his brother.
The new cistern for the fire depart
ment is finished and will hold over
200 barrels.
C. W. Coin stock stopped in town
Thursday night, on his way from Her
man to Willmar.
A fine line of jeweriy and silver
plated goods at Thorpe & Tollifson's.
Rev. C. Eoutliffe started Sunday
night for Canada, to join his wife and
spend the holidays with his parents.
K. C. Helgeson and A. J. Erickson
drove all day Monday. They said
that the wind was in their laces all
the time.
& Tollifson's
Their prices
We are sorry that Jit**
for
are
TT
vkMj ti on u i*l|
any longer. Wonder if the Alliance
has any thing to do with it.
Two boys by the name of Vander
berg were arrested Monday for steal
ing oats. They were found guilty
and fined $10 and cost.which amount
ed to $15.
The supper and entertainment giv
en by the Ladies' Aid Society Thur
day was a success. A good sum of
money was raised and everybody
seemed to have a good time.
Paint your house with T. L. Blood's
Mixed Paint, the best on the market
For sale by Thorpe & Tollifson,
Collection Agency.
We make a speciality of tough paper.
Collections made in all parts of the state.
If you have any collections send them
to us and they will receive our prompt
attention. FENTON &
POLSON.
32tf
Stoddart Co., Patent Attorneys.
6157th St.. "Washington, D. C., Opp. U.
S. Patent Office. Patents, Caveats and
Re-issues secured. Trade Marks Regis
tered. All Patent business conducted for
Moderate Fees, Information, advice, and
aepcial references sent on request.
v The Horton Case.
'fbe counsel for the state. Mr
Ulunn, made his closing argument in:
the Horton case last Monday, con
cluding his remarks at about 2:^p p.
m. Mr. Erwin, for the defense, oc
cupied the entire afternoon and even
ing until 10 o'clock.
Immediately after the arguments
by the counsel Judge Kelly gave his
instructions to the jury and the
twelve men, sworn to try the case im
partially and render a verdict in ac
cordance with the evidence, retired to
the jury room in charge of Deputy
Sheriffs Webber and Conroy.
Up to noon yesterday the jury had
not agreed on a verdict, which lo&ks
very much as though there would be
a disagreement. Judging by the re
ports in-the newspapers such is the
opin|^ pi
Paul.
A Wonder Worder.
Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man in
Buriineton, Ohio, states that lie had
been under the carc of two prominent
physicians, and used their treatment
until he was not able to get around'
They pronounced his case to be con
sumption and incurable. He was per
suaded to try Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds and
at that time was not able to walk across
the street without resting. He found,
before he hnd used half of a dollar
Lottie, that lie was much better lie con
tinued to use it and is to-day enjoying
good health. If you have any throat,
Lung or Chest trouble try it. Trial
bottle free at Fritz Uuckentin's drug
store, Morri*, ami Thorpe & Tollifson's.
Hancock.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria*
Minneapolis Journal: "Spontaneous
hypnotism" is the name of the pecu
liar condition of state into which Mrs.
Day, of Hancock, Stevens county, has
fallen. She was married in Mavsliall
town, Iowa, a number of years ago.
It was hoped that she would find as
one result of her married life that she
would be cured of somnambulism, an
affliction which had sorely troubled
both her and her friends. She did
cease from her night walking, but in
place of this came a peculiar state
which has puzzled all the local phy
sicians and is just now attracting the
attention of those who are expert in
the mysteries of hypnotism. After
lier marriage Mrs.Day became at times
quite despondent and complained that
her head ached continually. After
about two months she lost all desire
to sleep, and one day last October a
strange thing happened.
Mr. Day arose on this morning,
leaving his wife still asleep. He
noticed, he says, that her face seemed
terrible old in its expression as she
lay asleep, hot attributed the cause to
the suffering she had undergone. Mr.
Day went from the houso to the Uarvi
«.V.WiV»e cow and, returning to lite
room in which he had left his sleep
ing wife, found her awake. She
screamed violently as he entered, and
pulling the bed clothes about her,
bade him leave the room instantly.
IIow dare he enter a lady's sleeping
apartments, and so ou.
••What's ihe matter, Clara?"' he
asked, "don't yon know me! I am
your husband, Edward."
"Don't attempt to impose on me,
sir," she leplied. "I never saw you
before. My name is not Clara it is
Margaret and I never saw you before
in my life."
The husband endeavored to sit on
the bedside and reason with his wife,
but she screamed so loudly that he
was forced to withdraw. Several
doctors were sent for, but they had
never seen a parallel case. Mrs Day
was questioned, and she stated that
her name was Margaret Hill. She
lived on Chestnut street, Philadelphia,
and could riot account for her present
situation. She was convinced that
she had been drugged. When told
that her maiden name had been
Stokes, and that she lived at Marshal
town, the woman laughed in the faces
of her informants, then crying bit
terly, protested that every one seemed
in league against her. Dr. Fleming,
one of the attending physicians, asked
her how old she was, and she replied
without an instant's hesitation, 50.
She is in reality only 24.
She was kept imprisoned in her
house and was perfectly sane on aU)
subjects save that of her past lif&
This state JF
to the smj,-....
husband* he awoke to ue«n ..
calling him in a natural voice. He
hastened to her room, to find her again
in her right mind. She could not be
persuaded but that Mr. Day had just
got through milking the cow, and be
came indignant when an attempt was
made to convince her that the month
was November and that she had been
in a hypnotic condition for three
weeks. As the facts became plain to
her, however, she brooded over.them,
and after a week of life as the wife of
Edward Day awoke again one morn
ing as Margaret Hill, spinster, of
Philadelphia.
Eastern specialists were consulted
on the subject, and acting on their ad
vice Mrs.Day will be taken to Boston*
where she will be treated for her mal
ady, which has been termed sponta
neous hypnotism. In company with
her husband, whom she still persists
she does not know, they started for
the East this morning. Cases simi
lar to this are said.to have been noted,{
though they are very rare-
It is hardly necessary to tell the
readers of THK BULLETIN that there
is no such parties as the above named
living in Hancock. It may be Han
cock, Michigan, but not Hancock,
Minn. It is to bad too spoil|agoodi
story, but we can't help it.
Piles, Piles, Piles.
IjOOSE'S RED CLOVER PILE REM
EI)Y is a positive specific for all forms
of the disease. Blind, Bleeding, Itching,
Ulcerated and Protruding Piles. Price
50c. For sale by Hnlbnra & Co.
E A N O K U E I N
HANCOCK, MINN,, DECEMBER S4, 1800.
A VERY STRANG CASE.
Said to be In Hancoslc.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria.
HARNESS SHOP,
ttANCOCk, HUM.
Harness on Hand and Made
to Order. Prices Low and
Work Promptly Done.
,•
"Aslrtraitlffdat Mafket, I VflllTrade
Harness for Cattle, Sheep and IIog».
J.*R. HOLTON.
STOPPED FREE
Aft
316
w
fTJITICNTS.tt}
Persons Kestored
Jir.KLINE'S a?.EAT
NERVERESTORER
for cflt 13 ATM & .nthvw IXikAsK.I ontysurt
for Ner-vt V./.V lit. '/it'fsy, etc.
if
taken A* directed.r, A'•»
first rt.iy's tf.
R^Y L1 KU V F.RNR AR'
SseL:.
b'tts after
Treatise
hnd
£3
HI',
trial bottle
frsetO
piying cxpresschnrpcs
on
BOX when
S-n'l naiics, O an*! cjprcvi address oi
SL.T!.\TG
rhtlartolphia.Pa.
''A' J.UTA IRAVDS.
firm* litf!« forfimtfthftv liffn made*!
vork fur tin, t»y Anm Pr.jrp, Austin,
t'i'exfl*, mid ,hio. ljot»n, i ulefk#, Ohio.
mi, Ofhrrftiirerii/infr"""^!!. Why
yon? *»n:e ••«rn over fMHLOO a
timtfh. Ymi ran do 1M*work and live
-•me, v li'-r^vrr y«m «re. Even be
fjsmncr* are euwlv eHrmntr from #6 to
il/ty. All you how
Htnl utm
V
»»m. rmt work in •pure time
t.r *11 th" time. Bl»r tom.ey for work
er*. Fiillniv unknown itmofig them.
XKW and wnnricifuL riurtlruiHrs free,
H.HulK-lt A C«.,Uox »0Ol*vrtlui!d,IkUtfne
V "l" tsA
H. J.
"""""!. ,1, 71.„
7*
WHEAT,. OATS,
MOLINE WAGONS,
Furnished.
&006
Reasonable Bates.
New Livery Stable!
—OPPGSITK—
TTA&TIFT Jflaeksmlth
Good Rigs at Reasonable
TO ,w,•
yi£f» .i'^.
N E W S O E
JUST OPENED III THE HULL
list -:-H AN GOGK.
You are Bespectfully Iuvited to Inspect the Stock*!
Merchandise, consisting of
HATS AND CAPS, GROCERIES,
And Other Articles usually found in a First-Class General
Store. Wo shall be pleased to Show Goods & Quote Prioes.
Rcspeotfully,
WILCOX & WELLS
%a
Have Just Receive^
Clothing, Boots, bnoes,
WILCOX
Prices Reasonable, and
Eight Parties.
HANCOCK MINNESOTA.
r^GOOD HORSES AND MAKES FOB SALE.^^J
IFUHTEHIHIIIISEJ
HANCOCK, MINlT.
$. M. FOHTER, Proprietor.
fteceirtfy ftemo defect $ Weu/fy
Mates. v
it
/.w
'&
J"
awr'a'-i .w
J. DRESSER, Proprietor.
BWLDIN6, J.
CLARK BROTHERS.
file Flat Wareionses of S. Stewart
-The Place to Soil-
FLAX or BARLEY.
The Highest Prices Paidat All Times I
Mami lh'( urerw Agents lor
FAIRBANKS SCALPS,
The Owen Apron Grain Cleaner.
Buy a Set of Fairbanks Scales and Know what you are
Selling and what you are Baying. Guaranteed to be U. S.
Standard in weight, and the Cheapest Scale in the Market,
Quality Considered.
The Owen Grain Cleaner, the Best in the World for
the money it costs. Cheaper to use than it is to haul your
grain and give away the screenings. Call and Get Prices.
OfiV*V Qf
mis, mp,
To be fonnd anywhere outside of the big cities". And what
is still better for our customers, we sell, at
•LOWER PRICES'
Than any other establishment in the County. Cafl Every
body and Examine our
And you will be Convinced that what we state is Strictly
True.
& WELLS,
&cM
STOCZ:,
HANCOCK, MINH.
DRESSER,
-Dculer Ill-
Imported M,
CMaM Bay
StallionS!
Tana* to the
Good
J. C. BUCKLIN,
Sample
BILLIARD HALL.
Best of Everything in
my Line!
«AWCXCK,
LIVERY i STABLE
W. II. HATTESOS, Proprietor,
HANCOCK, !,. MI3V2V.
Clood Tetmc and Carriage!*
Oharges Seasonable
DRATING DONS*
Jp-r \*^V_- A3*.
lloiNGS CONGRESS.
TUESDAY I^'C. 10.—Senate:
infi
as
I»u ervisor
whether the
ordert
IL
to Jan. offered and referred.
Wednesday, Dec.
17.—Senate: Elec
tion bill discussed. House: After long
debate house passed the apportionment
bill without amendment, yeas
187,
nay3
82.
Thursday, Dec. 18.—Senato: Bill to
terminate reduction in number of en
gineer corps of the navy was passed
bill to detine certain treaty stipulations
debated and placed on calendar. House:
Following senate bills passed: To
bridge the Green and Barren rivers in
Kentucky to provide for talcing deposi
tions before notaries in interstate com
merce hearings authorizing Albany,
Ore., to bridge the Willamette river
authorizing Humphrey county, Tenn.,
to bridge the Duck river.
Friday Dec.
addressed
port
Saturday,
rum
Eouse
Dec. 20.—Senate: Mr.
Ingalls granted two weeks leave of ab
sence. Bills introduced: By Mr. Pet
tigrew, to prohibit sale of fire
arms
to
Indians: by Mr. Piatt,
providing for purchase of form
ula of Dr. Koch's lymph. House:
The following bills and resolutions
were passed: Senate bill for the
relief of
S. H.
of
Different Theories Advanced.
Some think Spearman murdered his
wife and grandson, George Russell,
whose mother lives in Minneapolis, then
committed suicide. Others talk of a
triple murder for money, but from ap
pearances that is improbable.
7C3 CLOTURE
\f
The sen­
ate PASWD TIE Morgnn rreoluiion calling
for
I!T:T*T II U ALXMT UU-IITYK
John 1.
aid
of elec-
tions. MR. Uvlph'S IES, LUIIO:I
iuqr.iring
RI^HT
vote
Sins
BREN
a'oiidgwl
in any of the MUTES v hs DI N UH«ED with
out action. House: Appaiti uuient bill
discuRt TJ(l till 8 p. m. agreeil that the
previous question shou'III be considered
AA
after two hour.-,'
D^BAU-
olutions for holiday
res­
REC^S
from Dec.
22
ii
19.—Senate: Mr. Stanford
the senate at length in sup­
of his government
bill was referred to the finance commit
tee. The printing deficiency bill
the
Brooks, assistant
treasurer at San Francisco and
the sureties on his official bond.
Semite joint
resolution defiuing
THE
Monday,
a
quo­
board of commerce of the
District of Columbia house bill to au
thorize the construction of a tunnel
under ths waters of the Bay of New
York between Middletown and New
Utrecht.
Dec 32.—Senate: Bill PASSED
to establish record and pension
office
of the war depaitment conference re-
ort 011 Sioux reservation bill adopted
amendment to senate amendment
to the
urgent deficiency bill
(striking
out the appropriation for the pay ot
clerks of senator^ non-concurred in
conference reports on public buildings
adopted authorizing construction of
buildings at Norfolk,Va., Stockton,Cal.,
Sioux City, Iowa, Kansas City, Mo.,
Taunton, Mass., Newburg, N. Y., and
Pawtucket, R, I, House Day devoted
to District of Columbia affairs,
MYSTERIOUS MURDERS.
Three Corpses Discovered In a Retired
Farmer's Ke»ide'nck at Sliakopee, Minn.
SHAKOPEE, Minn., Dec. 18.—Three
corpses have been discovered at the res
idence of John Spearman in this vil
lage. Some of his neighbors looking
through a window saw Spearman, 67
years old, sitting in a chair by the
kitchen stove dead. Upon investigation
the old man's wife was found dead in a
corner of the sitting room with her head
crushed in and the scalp torn from her
head. Up stairs lay their handsome
.ndson, a lad of 12 years, dead, with
head cemcnted to the pillow by
blood.
Esat
RULE.
fbe Senate Committee Has Come to an
Agreement Regarding tho Matter.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23.—The senate
committee on rules has come to an
agreement on a cloture rule, aud it will
probably be reported to the senate al
though it may not be called up for con
sideration until after the holidays when
a quorum of Republican senators is ex
pected to be present.
WORLD'S FAIR PROCLAMATION.
fo. t. Wheat,
-May, 98)c.
Joyn-^ay, 51^c.
~May, 4'5^«(Hio-
the
It Will Be Issued by the President
First Part of the Week.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20.—The president
will issue ibs_ world's fair proclamation
early in the week. Representative But
terworth, the secretary of the board of
managers and Mr. Peck, the agent of
the board, saw the president Saturday
morning, and convinced him that the
subscriptions were satisfactory,
LATEST MARKET REPORTS.
St. Paul Union Stock Yardt.
Hogs—Light. 13.00£3 33 mixed. *33023.60
heavy, $315u3.9).
Cattle-Siockers and feeders, $2.15: fat
steers, j2.5 "0. cows, 1.5(^5J.50: common
cows, 7."[email protected]$:.5bulls, $1.25q 1 #0 milch cows,
calves, $2.0033.i'): stooiters, $1.00®
2.-5: feeders, #1.8Ja?.7J butcbe steers, $2JJ5
©3.00.
Slices—Muttons, [email protected] lambs,
16* feeders, $3d0&3.90 mixed, J3.50tf4 00.
Chicago Lire Stock.
Cattle—Prime shipping and export steera,
strung to a shade higher medium and com
mon, a allude lower, and native butchers'
stock a shade 1-nver.
H"gs—Common, $ J.~)®3.4') packers. $3.45®
3,4'J, bu: tbers' weights, J3.06J3.80, light, $3.45
3,5 light-lig'it, $-J.0)®'J.25.
Shcup a $idy on anything good &Q4 awful,
but lower on c- muon.
Kansas City Live Stock,
Cattl3—Steers, i3.7 V(j.OJ. fan y O jristma#,
$-,.mi. 5. 5 cows, 1.753tf.ii. stockers and f«ed
era, J2.0 t(a3. ».
Hogs-Bulk. *8.30»3.5» all gradt*,
3ai.
Sheep—Market waa lfl®15c liighe'.
Miiineuiiolia Cirnin.
Wheat—No. 1 hard, December, tie Jan*
nary, «e: May, «Sc on track, «Jc No. 1 north
ern. Vecerobur, 87c January, 87c: May, V!$6c
on trat-k. 87c No. 8 northern, December. tM«
on track, 84c.
Chicago Oratab
Duluth Grata*
Wluvit -Wa Tory weak and decline 1 IHo.
closinc quotations wvro as follows: Decern,
bcr. 91c May, 0»^c No. I hard, SWc No. 1
Northern, No. A northern. Sic. Ksccipts
Ivere KB c.ittfc
Reports from India state that the gov
ernment has virtually decided to defer
for the present any interference with
Hindoo marriage customs, as the pro
tests from all quarters indicate that
spch action might have dangerous re
pnlts.
The Standard expresses doubt ps tq
|o the advisability of Mr. Chamberlain's
#cheme for the format ian of a new
party. The facts, it says, are daily
tending to call into existence a national
party composed of Unionists aud Con.
gervatives.
Although it is now stated that the
Si-sot on Indians are not starving, it is
admitted that their condition is
strained. They have suffered a failure
of crops, and as the winter deepens their
condition will be a hard one unless they
are relieved.
Mrs. David Zimmerman, whose hus
Jjand sold her to John J. Stewart for 25
(Gents, was convicted of marital infi
4elity at Sunbury, Pa. and sentence4
(bo six months imprisonment, and Stow?
Art was convicted of unlawful coliabitar
tlon and fined $100 and costs of prosecu
tion.
A Munich dispatch states that tho
mad king, Otto, is growing worse. On
Tuesday he made an assault ou one of
hie attendants, nearly choking the man
to death before he was interrupted.
Efforts have been made to keep the
Matter secret
DEFECTIVE 'PAGE
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A
Throwing a Switch
•HVah#^
tough work in stormy weather, and the switch
man
cannot be too well protected if he wishes to
preserve his health. Every railroad man s life is
FULL
of hardship and exposure.
that
"Fish Brand" Trade
loan bill. The
A.
wai
passed. Mr. Bate, Mr. Gibson and Mr.
Stewart
(Republican
spoke in opposition
to the federal election bill.
Trie house agreed
O- 'conference
REPORT^OTI^TG^BIII
conferring powsrs on
Baltimore and Potomac railroad in
the District of Columbia
aud the con
ference report on the bill amending the
act to divide the Sioux Indian reserva
tion in Dakota.
Paiitiii ai CalsomMsf.
Leave Orders at Hulburd
& Co.'s Drug Store.
Morris Meat Market
ALL KINDS OF
SALT & S
-MEATS-
KEPT CONSTANTLY OK BAND.
Your Patronage is Solicited
JOHN OAIRNEY.
1MERN PACIFIC
11 RAILROAD.
Tfre Direct Line between
St. Paul, Minneapolis, or Dulatb
And all Points in
Minnesota, Dakota, Montana,
Idaho, Washington Territory,
British Columbia, Puget Sound &
ALASKA.
BxpressTralns Daily, to which are attached
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPEB8
And
ELEGANT DINING CARS.
N O A N E O A S
Between
ST PAUL AND PORTLAND,
-On any class of Ticket.
EMIGRANT SLEEPERS FREE
The only All-Rail Line to the
YELLOWSTONE PARK1
For/ulllnformat ioli as to Time, Rates, Etc.,
Address,
.•• a
The only garment
will fully protect the man whose business calm
him out in stormy weather is the Fish Brand
Slicker." They are
li:
ln, but strong as iron, hand­
made throughout, and iod for years of service.
They are worth ten times their cost, and will save
you many a sickness. No other article of clothing
will stand the wear and tear. Rubber is frail, will
rip, tear, and let in the wet.
Therefore get the
right sort of coat. The Fish Brand Slickcr IS
the only one
for your purpose. Beware of worth
less
imitations, every garment stamped with
Mark. Don't accept
J.
any
inferior coat when you can have the Fish Brand
Slicker delivered without extra ccst. Particulars
and illustrated catalogue free.
TOWER, Boston, Mass.
CHARLES S. PEE.
General Passenger Agent, St. Paul,
lef leaf BarM
Farm era Hotel Building,
Street, Morris, Minn.
A full supply of Fresh and
Salt Meats always on hand.
Highest Market Price Paid
for Hides.
A. C. SATTER.
RO BEES ON & NELSON,
THE FIFTH ST.
Merchant Tailors,
Have Received their Stock of
FALL AND WINTER
GOODS,
Add1 arc prepared to make them into
Suits of the Latest and must
Fashionable Styles.
-FITS GUABANTEBD EVERY UMB^
Morris, March 10,
The Old Reliable Photogra
pher,
is
still
Elliott
on deck and
ready at all times to do First
Class Work,
No matter
what you hear,
no matter what you read,
but boar in mind that Elliott
will make you Better Photo
graphs and for less money
than any one in this part of
the state. Second-class work
is dear at any pricef so come
to
and get
flrst-class
warranted work at prices
that will defy competition.
u fir'h' -ti
w,.j
.. •,,. *.«* ...-•
1
v*"
if rfT' Urifffii
TBI FIRST HATiOML Bill
OF MORRIS.
Morm**, #tef«rw
Co« Blfll'
On Improved Karat in SUvona.Fo^esai
!llK Stan*
eouitfloa.
Mono* Atlr«ive«d the day Apyilcctfot
If SrtCiir1tl*e».re9«tl«fa»tO!7 ft rtf
County and School ftondt Purebaaedrft
th»' IH-.rtrof R»W
Latest Styles
IN-
Millinery and Fancy
GOODS!
First Door South of Stone
the
SAMPLE ROOM
MOURIS, MIKN.
FORBES
SL
MCCANNEY.,
PROPRIETORS.
New Fixtures, Remodeled
and Put in First-Class
Shape.
-BEST OF-
Lager Beer, fines,
And Cigars,
Always 011 Ilu
THE NEW NORTH WEST!
Home seekers will find the last
of the public domain
of
agri­
cultural and grazing value
along the Great Northern Ry.
iu North Dakota and Montana.
N E W
O W N S
Sweet Grass Hills, Milk and
Sun River ValleyB, Montana,
reached only by the Great
Northern Railway Line. The
Stock Raisers' paradise.
HEEDS,
MINES.
e S.\%
_**--• .' .-
a
J.,4
To Loan
A DUI
ible's
Hardware Store.
LOWEST
PRICES
HISS EMMA SPOONER.
METROPOLITAN
E E
A N S
100 o* more, along the Great
Northern Railway Line. Busi
ness chances. Write F. I.
WHITNEY,
St. Paul, for Hooks,
Maps, &o. Write now.
8ettle»s on free Government
lands along the Great Northern
Ry. Line In North Dakota and
Montana get low rates and fine
markets for products.
mmm,
O W
RATES.
Finest resorts in America
along Great Northern
Ry~.
Line
in Minnesota, Dakotas and
Montana. Best climate for
health seekers.
FISH IN G.
Montana produces the finest
Horses and Cattle. Free ranges
yet In Mouse, Milk and Sun
River Valleys and Sweet Grass
Hills.
HEALTH,
WEALTH,
HORSES,
CATTLE.
In Northwest. Free Lands,New
Towns, New Railways, New
Mines, Low Rates. Largest
area of good vacant lands.
SHEEP,
HOGS.
These have made Montana
?he richest State per capita in
the Union. Plenty of room for
more miners and stock-raisers.
Now is the time.
The valleys of Red, Mouse,
Missouri, Milk end Sun Rivers
reached by Great Northern Ry.
Line. Half rate excursions
Sept. 9, 23. and Oct. 14, isflO.
Write F. I. WHITXZY,St. Paul,
Minn.
& V.
1
HiTerie Boiler ffilL
One and Three-Quartera Mtlea South-IQast
from Morris,
H. STONE & CO,,
Proprietors.
eepon hand Two Grades oj Cholee Family
Flour, follow
a:
Olioioe,
Snow Bird.
CUSTOM WORK
Will at all time receive prompt aMeailon
OrlsteetU»er Oround or Exchanged Ba
the owrersptefer.
CAUTION.
fi&*Caremus< betaken In Cold Weather
to bSVe the Floor thoroughly warmed before
rn'.icing also.tokee'p Sponge in a warm
Jikice until Teat!y fo* Hatsivg. IVycarefoHy
|)biicrv4ngtlie»e sim^e precantiona you will
fret {rood breafl every time w-Wl*1, If Reflect
ed, your bread win be poorajid dark.no mat*
ter bow rood Uie flour.
9
STATE LANDSLJffl SALS!
-'I-
All persons
are cm.. ,«»ed from huylnpthe
State Lands owned by N. C. Krederiekson,
oxoept from me.
l*ni ties holding State Certificates as secur
ity for money loaned Frederiekson, eaonot
sell or assign the same without first for^elos
lnc his interest necvu'dltiB to law.
I liftve a lafK« iinantltyof Htateand other
lands, which I will sell very reasonable apd
give clear title,
For full particulars, prices and terms, ad
dress, E. A.
FlLKINS,
Room 40?, Court House, Chicago. 111.
Or JOHNSON A BICKNELL, Agents,
Jua!m3 Moirls, ilinn.
?."
J. BEFtlCENF'
rroDrlctor of tha
THE MONARCH
KORRIS, niHN.
Also, Dealer In
JUl^i
And Cigars.
Miliaales BotM Beer.
ALWAYS ON BAND 1
tesJeat larM.
C. FLATNEE, Proprietor.
Dealer in all kinds of
Fresh, P^ied and
Salt Meats,
SAUSAGE, FISH, AC
Shop o* Sixth Strart.
rjflli
Lipors
Tj,1L
Convenient Trains to and from East
tern, Western, Northern, and Central
"Wisconsin points affording unequalled
service to and from Waukesha. Fond
du lac, Oshkosh, Neenah, Menasha,
Chippewa Falls. Eeu C'aire. Hurley,
Wis., and Ironwocd, and Bessemer,
Mich.
For tickets, sleeping car reservations,
time tables and other information, ap
ply to Agents of the line or to Ticket
Agents anywhere in the United States
or Canada.
5. R. AJNSLIE, H. C. IJARLOW,
Gen.Mnna'r. Gen. Traf. Matia'r.
LOUIS ECKSTEIN,
Asslstsnt General Passen gor Rnd Ticket Aft.
MILWAUKEE, WIS.
HUMP!
VETERINARY SrtCiriCS
Vetericary
$
vomtis. M1HH
V,
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1* falfv
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i si»f:'*r.LOPr:i:
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wtstlK from CO states nod
k
Ccowlri*-*.
V- rite
tbee.
!i Fzpifiiiitiiea Ec.«i rcD: v rsatifd fr«.%
Aalresj CO., D-J?f ALC.ii. ¥.
f,THE
•si's i" s
Fast Trains with Pullman Vc6tibuled
Drawing Room Sleepers, Dining Cars
and Coaches of latest design, between
Chicago and Milwaukee, and St. Paul,
and Minneapolis.
Fast Trains with Pullman Veetibuled
Drawing Room, Sleepers, Dining Cars
and Coaches of latest design, between
Chicago and Milwaukee and Ashland
and Duluth.
Through Pullman
Vestibuled Draw
ing Boom and Colonist Sleepers, via
the Northern Pacific Railroad, be
tween Chicago and Portland, Cre.
as 1
Fear Horses, Shec-p,
2zp,
Ec^s,
AKD FOULTKY.
SDOPaze Book on Treatment of Animals
and hart !»eut Free.
cntKS Fever-i.C'onpestions.InflamHiaiieM
A. A.5 Spir.ni ^fniucitif. Milk FeTer.
Strains, Lamrt'i^-s.
IrirumatlgK.
C,(\.-IM!«teinprr. Nasal Discharges.
1).1.~Boi» or tirub*. Worms.
E.E.—t'oush*. Heaves. Pnenmoma.
F.F.—t olic or Gripe®. Bellyache.
t.( .-llis"arriay('. Hemorrhages.
H.II.--1 rinary and Kidney Diseases.
I.1.--Eruptive Diseases, flange.
J.Iv.--Diseases of Digestion, Paralysis.
Staple Bottle .over 50 dosesi. .0#
Stable Case. Manual,
Cure
Oil
and it.'dicator,
e?.Of
Jar Veterinary fare Oil. 1.0#
Sold by Druggists or Sent Prepwd anywhel*
and in any quantity on Receipt of Pnoe
Humphreys'
tted:.-ir.? fc. 'C?
T-..V,—
St.. t.
HUMPHREYS'
H0M£0?AXHIC
SPECIFIC No,
Ne:vouV DsfeiiityfVitai Weakness,
The onlr saecessful reme
._.J. from' over-work or other
1 per YI*1,
ftOLPBl' I
price.—Humphrcr? *«Uww C*.,
ar.ffi
BUGGY.
STEEL GEAR
^•,•441^5:
FracUcaiiy iiiuesirueiibie.
He Wood to shrink, break, tiecsy or wear oat.
No bolt* clips to become loose or rattle.
k gear made entirely of steel, riveted together, cflfr
Ml he token, will la*t forever.
MANUFACTURED AY
THE ABBOTT BUGGY CO., CUK/IBi.
JDHH J. PIMM
HasTwoS-seated HuBKles for sale Cheap, lie
Is ajrent for the Abbott Huftgy Co.. aiMt
Stone's Patent Steel Gear Buggy.
General Blacksmithing
Done as usual .at the old stand,
Sixth Street. Morris, Kin*.
For Information
ABOUT THK SOt'TH, address with stamp
the Official Inimisrrjttton Department Of fif
teen Southern states.
CARL
•Ha
To
cure
Btlionsness,
Sick Headache,
pation, Mnlaria,
Liver CAnjplauiw,
the
J*! Si*c (iOlittle IVan, to tho
DOttle). i 1 TttK ^|Osx i •»w{•*Nsl'.
tor ivBr.pi".
ri4'i"
ID¥E .Tiifi«
Receiver,
on adveftisirg so»t
I
•:,4—
:h
ROBINSON.Sec':y.-b.Raleigh
a
sale and certain semedy,
SMITH'S
SHE BEANS
per Vottlp.
'PHnroGR*mi
STZ»
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