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H. a. Jodbon, President.
Su L.O. HoLUlHlH^ •k|l loM6t. Ijtsubk rw Csnhlsu... THE FIRST NATIONAL BM OF HOBBIS, MINNESOTA. ^ApitttI180,000.00 This Bank conducts a G^ieval Banking and Exchange Money to Xioan on Chattel or Personal Security, in any Amounts De sired. Lioans Negotiated on Improved Farms. Airuh a Largely Itvoreosed Capital we have .toUe*4aoH1ee fort*ll departments of ouel n*«* Mian evef. We Bank Rates on Time JDrt&Ofllt*. _j We can d!"08 moie Money on Imjttovea Fmiqk, at Detter Bat«8ttvoneve#. Wo oiu) write In«u«Mioe In suon swoi Oomt)aoes «$ Ou' National of Haxtrol B». £au.l Tlce Mnrine, qmd unftval ^Veh*** t»e Aftency for al 1 BaUrood Lands ki ibii vtoJnlty, (be Che^Mt I^mUs now far h.ire the Ansftor for the stwingeet AoelrteiWt nsiiM«ioe tn the World 13»io Ttarelern I miirmicc Oo. of Hartford, flood from one tax wh.voii iwoMeftt t.nsuia«ee U written oo ioSs'4«, day to WWrsjr. 5Vroo VALoie* goodfbr ojie yeow, wlUl flemf.hf hi ease of fcuj«fy. Tt*U ••niuM.'l"ivirmun',bu 4 U v»s the (. A8H to pay tub T»aveiibh». We iwMieetfnlly solicit the accountant Mereh •nts.aad nil who hare flealings wlthbanasintMi •cotton of the State Oolleotlons a Spoolalty. Railroad Time Table. Paaaenger fy&tns Ib^to Morris as follows GHSAT NORTUKRJ RAILWAY 1.1 NB. Going East. I,eave at 12:01 p. m. and 12:06 ^GokV West: Leave at 2:47 p. m. and Htfi# k*m* BBOVH'fl VALXJBY BBAVCH. Antve %t Xl tJO ».». f*n4 le»ve at S:00 p. m. irouTusn^Jt VAcnric. Leave at 7:30 a. dl. i*tul arrive at5:10 p.m. Morris Market* The following is the market price for wheat to-day: No. 1 Hard, .81 No. 1 Northern, .76 No. 2 Northern, .71 No. 3 Northern, 63. Flax,$ .95. The dance wfvleli was to b® given by tho Blue Lodge next Friday night has been postponed until Friday evening, Jail. 30ht. There will be a basket sociable at Mrs. Chris. Flatner's next Friday evening, for the benefit of the Luth eran church. Everybody invited... James Kennedy will ship a car load of cattle to Sioux City next Saturday. Parties having cattle they can't sell to butchers should apply to Kennedy. Attention is called to the ad. in an other column of lands for sale on the Hancock and Sutherland farms. A rare chance is offered those who wish to purchase desirable farming Jtiinda. Herman Enterprise: With over fifteen thousand dollars in the Trea sury, the finances of this county seem to be in a very flourishing condition. "We doub' *f any of our neighbors can make as good a showing. Grac'eville Transcript: Two carloads of flour were shipped trom the Grace ville Roller Mill last week to the des titute Indians on the Sisseton reser vation by order of the government. It is expected that many more carloads will be ordered as needed. Benson Monitor: The Willmar pa pers were held in the post office here last week on account of the fact that they contained raffle notices, which was a direct violation of the law re lating to such notices. The publish ers have to be pretty strict to get any thing through the Benson office. There was a very pleasant paity'liist Friday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Larson. There was a large number of young people present, and the evening was spent playing games and in dancing. Supper was served early in the evening and a lunch at about 12 o'clock. The party breaking up at about 3 in the morning. An original article published in the local columns of the Tribune some weeks since upon societies lormed for the purpose of reforming andlook ng after orphans and destitute child ren is traveling aronnd and being pub lished by other papers and credited to "Ex." The last paper in which we noticed the article referred to was the LaSalle (111.) Republican. Wheaton Gazette: The Graceville Transcript was made the official paper for Big Stone County, the Herman Enterprise secured the printing in Gaant, the Wheaton Gazette has been selected as the official organ of Trav-„ erae, and the Morris Tribune will do the official printing for Stevens coun ty. All the good papers seem to be getting there this year. James Kennedy shipped a car load of stock to the cities one day last week over the Northern Pacific. He says he reached the cities in much better time than he had ever been able to do over the Great Northern. After reach ing Little Falls, his- car became part of a through train which made no stops but which made fast time all the way to St. Paul. Mr. Kennedy says that the attention he received and the time made were much beyond his expectations. Season Monitor The Indian boy who skipped out from the Industrial school at Clontarf a sh rt time ago has been captured. The lad, who is about seventeen years old, claimed to be a grandson of Sitting Bull and aS soon as he learned of the old chiefs death fte left th*5 school, takinga horse with him, and it is supposed lie intended going to Pine Ridge agency in South Dakota. He didn't get very far, how ever, as he lost his way not long after leaving the sc'iool and becoming hun gry he offered to sell the horse for twenty dollars. Louie Bach, a farmer living in the western part of the coun ty, suspected the youth had not taken Jjls departure in (lie regular way and $oQk him in custody. Ife was brought town and is now boarding at Sher? iff Olsen's Ijotel. Th* grsnrtRury will no doubt attend to the fwtim 4i»po» ai of the prisoner. PERSONALS. Col. Taisey of Donnelly was in town Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Spooner, Jan.16th, a son. J. Berkin made a business trip to the cities last week. Walt. Johns of St. Paul, was at The Morris over Sunday. S. Stewart of Hancock, was on the streets last Thursday. Mrs. J. D. Good left Sunday night to visit relatives in Fargo. E. J. Jones was in St. Paul and West Superior last week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Mellen, St. Paul, Jan. 10th, a daughter. F. W. Minton, of the Minton house, Glenwood. was in town last Friday. L. R. Mackintosh was a pleasant caller at the Tkibvne office yester day. E. B. Fagg and Charlie Robinsou were selling groceries in Morris last week. J. S. Noble and son Ralph of Browns Valley, were in town last week. Dr. Bert Robertson and John Mc Rae of Graceville, were in the city Friday. Hugh Whitelv of the Sun left Sun day night to visit relatives iu Phila delphia. W. P. Buckley left Sunday uight to look after his business interests at Staples, Minn. Miss Maud Torpey came down from Herman Friday niggt and remained here over Sunday. F. L. Pierce of Milwaukee, was looking after business interests in Morris last week. W. B. McSorley arrived in town yesterday and is occupying his old position at The Morris. Edward J. Scofiehl county attorney of Grant county, was ia the 4iit# on legal business last week. Engineer Tom Higginson is back on the Browns Valley branch, after an extended vacation in Canada. Mrs. M. A. Butterfield and Mrs. Geo. E. Darling leave this week to visit Mrs. Fred Bunnell at Sauk Cen tre. Misses Nettie A. Hutehins, Lydia B. Morris and Lenora A. Pushor o£ Morris are attending the Normal school at St. Cloud. J. H. Griffith special agent of the Home Insurance Company, was in town last week, adjusting the loss caused by the recent lire on the Bull farm. A bright little girl made her appear ance at the residence of our friend D. T. Wheatonon Monday last, which of course created much joy in his household. Clias. W. Rohne, formerly of this city, has been chosen as ex-Controller Calderwoo^'s ri^ht hand man in the National Building, Loszud Protect ive Association. Andrew Thorstact, of the firrti of Syverson & Tliorstad, returned from his visit to Norman county last Fri day night. He says that thete is lots of snow up there. Sam. Mathews and wife, recently of The Morris, left town last Saturday for Fargo, where they will remain for a few weeks, and then go to Jamestown, N. D., where they expect to make their future home. Jas. D. Simpson of the town of Taylor, Travers county, an old friend o^ ours, was in -ta-wn yesterday and of course we were just more than pleased to meet him. We had a grand old time talking over affairs in Traverse county. The question before the house, and one that must be settled forwith, is: "Did His Honor and F. A. H. hold down seats in a private box at the Grand in St. Paul lrst week?" J. D. is ready to make oath that they did, and says that they would not allow him to enter, while F. A. says "its a —lie." Bran, shorts, coarse corn meal and linseed oil cake for sale by S. J. Steb bins & Co. 5t2 That sour-tempered, cross, dyspeptic Indiyidual, should take. Dr. J. II. AIc Lean's Sarsaparilla! It will make bim feel as well and hearty as the healthiest of ua. He needs bracing up, vitalizing, that is all. Sold by Hulburd & Co, We learn from Mr. McR ie of Grace ville, who returned from St, Paul a few days since, that the Great North ern officials have decided not to re sume the running of the day train to Morris, their excuse bein^ that tliey have lost $19,000 by running that train. It may be true that they have lost that amount, but we don't believe it. However, if the company h- S de cided not to run the train, of course the train wont be ruy^ And in th.it case we shall have to patronize the N P. more liberally than heretofore. 1,41«ove at First Sight Married, on Thursday, Ja% 15th. Mr. Fred Anderson to Miss Jo ephiue Sibley at Mr. aiyl Mrs. Dunit's resi dence, by Rev. HjIIui.m. The couple wl nev-rseen svfEtli.utli er unty the !•••tftw th^.ni.ti riage. Mr. Aiuferdon is farmiug nerir JmIiii- son Station, and Miss Siblry has been with Mr. and Mrs. Dtirja over a year She was sick ill bei^F^he time! of of TOarris^tt-ajid ig gtB* fft bed. -''She wiH join her'InisbrtiMl u$ soon as she fodovers from her illness. DENTISTRY. 138VHarris will be in his office in Mor ris on Tuesday, February 3rd. 5t2 BUCKLEN'S ARNIGA SALVE. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rlieum, Fev er Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay re quired It is^juaranteed to give perfect satisfaction'^ money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Frits Buckentm, Morris, a&d Titorpe son, Hancock. We notice that in nearly all the surrounding counties the commis sioners took interest enough in the tax payers to have the county print ing done by the lowest bidder, while in our county it was given arbitrarily at 70 per cent of legal rates shutting out all bids.—Whitely of the Sun. Just hear the old barnacle talk! Af ter having been fed at the public crib of Stevens county for seven long years, as county treasurer at "full legal rates,' and after having niadq a proposition to oblige the county commissioners to to pay full legal rates for county printing, he has the brazen eft rotary to criticise the action of our county board because they did not see lit to designate tho Sun as the official paper of Stevens county! What cheek! What gall! What brazen impudence! Why, this old barnacle was just more than anxious to pool with the Tri bunk and make the commissioners pay the full rate allowed by law, and because we refused to do so, this old barnacle assumes the right to abuse the county commissioners for doing what they believed to be right. The truth of the matter is this: 'The coun ty commissioners are business men and men of experience they desired to have the proceedings and other of ficial matters pertaining to the county published in a paper that has a gene ral circulation in the county, and also desired to have the printing done in a workmanlike manner, and as a matter of course designated the Tribune as the official paper, knowing full well that the work could not be done In a satisfactory manner in the Sun office. That's all. For weak back, chest pains, use a Dr. J. H. McLean's Wonderful Healing Plaster (porous). Sold by Hulburd & Co. Bare Musical Entertainment. The citizens of Morris are to be treated to a rare musical entertain ment. On Monday evening, Febru ary 9th. the Lutteman Sextette, from Stockholm, Sweden, will give one of their marvelous concerts at Court House hall. This famous organiza tion arrived in this country last Oct ober, and opened their concert season at Chicago before one of the largest and most enthusiastic audiences that ever gathered in the celebrated Mus ic Ilall of that city. The newspapers of Chicago were enthusiastic in their praise of the wonderful entertainment, all agreeing that no organization of the kind that ever visited that city could be compared with it in point of real genuine soul-stirring music. Where ever the company has given concerts the highest praise has been bestowed upon the entertainments. We shall have more to say in relation to this company in future numbers of the Tribune. Meantime don't for get the date of this grand entertain ment—Monday, February 0th. WANTED. Agents to sell Bonninghausen's In stantaneous Croup Powders give im mediate relief, prevent or modify fu ture attacks. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. To agents 1 doz. boxes 81 retail for 86. Sell in every house. Address: Bonninghausen Rem edy Co., box 523, Whitehall, Wis. Weather Beport for December, 1890. Mean temperature for the month, 21.41 degrees. Highest temperature for the month, 48 degrees. Lowest temperature for the month, 13 degrees below zero. Rainfall and melted snow, .18 inch.. COMPARISONS December, 1885. temperature, 18.25 degrees rainfall, .30 inch. December, 1886,temperature,3.14 de grees .27 inch. December, 1887, temperature^ 8.41 degrees rainfall, 1.27 inch. December, 1888, temperature, 21.11 degrees rainfall, .16 inch. December, 1889, temperature, 23.55 degrees rainfall, .77 inch. December. 1890, temperature* 2fa41 degrees rainfall, .18 inch. ANNUAL REVIEW. Mean temperature for 1886, 3V.61 de grees rainfall, 27.10 inches. Mean temperature for 1887,38.61 de grees rainfall, 19.26 inches. Mean temperature for 1888,38.11 de grees rainfall, 17,09 inches. Mean temperature for 1889,41.78 de grees rainfall, 18.30 inches. Mean temperature for 1890,4141 de« greet rainfall, 17,74 inches. D. T. Wheaton,Observer. Belief for Sufferers by Hail. Milo Camp, who by the way, never loses an oppotunity to do a kindly act for is brother farmers, more unfortu nate than himself, recently wrote to our delegation in the legislature, Sen ator Canestorp and Representatives Setterlund and Lyman,urging on them the necessity of having a bill passed by the legislature for the relief of the farmers in this district who suffered the loss of Ujeir orops by hail during the past year. In reply Mr. Camp re ceived letters from eaoh member of the delegation in relation to this important matter. Messrs. Set terlund and Lyman wrote him under date of Jan. 16th that they introduced a bill on that day for that purpose, and thev think it will piss the house. Senator Canestorp writes that he will use 11i.s best endeavors to ive it pass iu tho sen ite. Tiie bill is similar to that one passed in 1889, furnishing seed grain to the sufferers by hail. For this interest in the farmers of this district by Mr. Cain^ jsdesurv. ing of great praise, and it is a pleasure for the Tribune to make a note of this fact. Mr. Camp will sure ly receive his reward, if the people of this district possess the proper appre ciation of the kindly act, and we are sure that they do. Say what you may, Milo Camp is a kind, generous, big hearted man. Woman,H^ dlBfM* and Thai* Treat ment A valuable illustrated book of seventy-two pages sent free, on receipt of 10 cents, tq eovcr cost of mailing, utfc. Address Box kmhs, Phila..l a. 2.1 .. Children Cry Pitcher's Castorial 'if. 5 .J. f* THE MORRIS. There has been a change in the pro prietorship of this popular hotel, Mf. Sam. Mathews retiring and Mr. Chas. Dushek taking Ills place. Hereafter The Morris will be run by Buckley A Dushek. The latter gentleman, form erly of Portage, Wis., and later of Braitierd, Minn., is an experienced hotel man and is universally popular where he is known, as he will be here when our people come to know Hi J® thoroughly. The opening of The Morris ha^ proved a great benefit to our city and it is clearly to the interests of our peo1 pie to aid in its support in every legiti mate way. A city or village \yith-. out a good hotel will never cut much of a figure in the line of progress, a the traveling public will avoid all sue places whenever it is possible to do s Now, then, The Tribune has a sug gestion to make. It is this: That our citizens hold a banquet at The Morris on some evening in the near future, for the benefit of its proprietors. The Morris was built without a cent of cost to our city. No bonus was asked, as is customary in many other towns, and we believe it only right and prop er that we should do something to en courage the proprietors of that hotel and show our good will toward thein* and we know of no better way to show the kindly feeling which is due them than by holding a reception or banquet for their benefit. We threw out these suggestions,, hoping that some of our promineilt citizens may second the idea and take the necessary steps for perfecting ar rangements for the suggested enter tainment. Doughnuts. You like doughnuts, try this recipe: Three eggs, two-thirds cup fine gran ulated sugar, half cup sweet milk, one teaspoonful cream tartar, half tea spoonful soda, half a nutmeg, salt to taste, and flour, to mix soft dougli. If your stomach is weak and will not digest the food your appetite craves, assist it by taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This medicine gives tone and strength to the digestive organs, promotes a natural appetite, and benefits^ the the whole system. If you have a painful sense of fatigue, find your duties irksome, take Dr. J. H. McLean's Sarsaparilla. It will brace ou up, make you strong and vigorous, "orsale by Hulburd & Oo. Stevens County Agricultural Society. The annual meeting of the Stevens County Agricultural Society was held at the office of the Morris Tribune last Saturday. Secretary Wheaton called the meet ing to order and Chas. Wintermute was elected chairman. The secretary read the minutes of the last meeting, and also made his report for the past year. Samuel Larson, the treasurer, made his report, showing a balance of over 830 in the treasury. The secretary's report showed over 300 entries were made at the last fair and that the fair was in all respects a success. The following officers were elected ensueing year: President—Chas. Wintermute. Vice President—H. D. Tenney. Secretary—D. T. Wheaton. Treasurer—Samuel Larson. Ex. Committee—H. W. Stone, Sr., L. J. Schlattman, C. Sax, S. B. Smith, J. Berkin. There was a fair attendance of mem bers and much interest manifested in the success of the society. An efficient board of officers has been elected and we are quite certain that everything necessary will be done to make our next fair a successfnl one. There will be another meeting of the society in July. Married. Schinzel-O'Brien.—Frank Schinzel of Scott county and Nellie O'Brien of Stevens county were married by the Rev. Geo. Gaskell on Jan. 20th, 1891, at the Church of the Assumption. TAKE NOTICE Notice is hereby given that I have this day given my son, Datus J. Houston, his time, and that I Will no longer be re sponsible for any 'debts of his contract ing or claim any interest in his earnings. John A. Houston. Morris, Minn., Jan. 19,1891. 5t2 Farmers' Institute*. A Farmers' Institute was held in St. Cloud recently, and from the re port given of its proceedings we quote the following from the Journal Press: "The second State Farmers' Insti tute ever held in this city was a suc cess from first to last. The attend ance was large, much larger than had been expected the addresses were practical and generally very fully il-* lustiated and all who attended, so far as we have heard any expression, are satisfied that they received much val uable information. Many farmers were a good deal surprised to find that the lecturers were not theorists, but practical farmers, who go back to their farms as soon as their institute work is completed. Superintendent Gregg and his assistants are doing valuable work among the agricultural com in un ities of the state, doing it iu a straight-' forward, praetiea! way. and tUr bellqrX, th*se institu-H'n-jHV the lx4iJr they will be appreciated.'* Since reading the articles whicH .jre cently appeared ip the Tmbunb In favor of holding a Farmers' Institute in Morris several fanners have ex pressed themselves tons as strongly in favor of the suggestion, and it is now hoped that the farmers of Stevens county will mdve in the matter and that an institute be held here in the near fafettv* IIIPJI ii uiiU| w gUVC liur tttolUrlii When she was a Child, she cried for Casteris. When she became Miss, she clung to C&stori*. WJwiha^ChiWm.shafaTetownOMtorifc Ai 1891. I Prosperous IS ^GREETING^ Extended to One and All! To* ^Commence the Mvm Yeai", we Offer at FifiST EAST All our Fur Coats, LADIES CLOAKS&SHAWIS Blankets, Etc. In Fact, All Heavy Winter Goods. V Respeotfully yours, J. E. DANIELSON, ATLANTIC AYENUE, SOUTH. MORRIS, MINK. Y.,: Alliance Meeting. A-meeting of the Stevens County Far mere Alliance will be held at the Court House in Morris on Monday Jan. 26 at 1 o! clock P. M., for the puropse of elect inga delegate to the Cincinnatti Con vention and also delegates to the district covention and to transact such business as may come before the meeting, Wm. Riordan, Sec. rlB^reby notify all whom it may con cern to lookout in dealing with a man by the name of Julius Klatte. He came to my place and asked kindly to work for his board. After he left he tried by law yers to make me pay, although he never asked me for a cent when he left. More should be said, but I will not take more space than just what my duty to other people requires. Syvxb Labsox. 4 ?JlHE NOTICa Yfe arc in the market for good No. 1 wheat. Bring samples and get our prices before selling elsewhere. H. W. Stone & 6i.' If you suffer from any affection caus ed by impure blood, such as scrofula, salt rheum, sores, boils, pimples, tetter, ringworm, take Dr. J. H. McLean's saparilla. Sold by Hulburd & Co. Sar- "Vick's Floral Guide for 1891. Spring time is coming, gentle Annie," for we have received a copy of Vick's Floral Guide for 1891. No lover of a fine plant or garden can afford to be withont a copy. It is an elegant book of overt 100 pages of 8JxlOJ inches, beauti ful colored illustrations of Sunrise Ama ranthus, Hydrangea and Potatoes. In structions for planting, cultivating, etc. Fuflj list of everything that can be desired in fcbe way of Vegetable and Flower Seeds, Plants, I5ulbs, etc. Also full particulars regarding the cash prizes of $1,000 and $200, The novelties have been tested and and found worthy of cultivation. We hopeit will be our good luck to see the Nellie Lewis Carnation and taste the Grand Rapids Lettuce. It costs nothing because the 10 cents you send for it can be deducted from the first order forward ed. We advise our fricadS to secure a copy of James Vick,Seedsman, Rosches terj R. Y. THE fADMIBEBf^: product bit W. C. T. U. COLUMN. Edited by the Union. Mother* Influence on Posterity I have at times, as doubtless most mothers have, been deeply impressed with a sense of my responsibilities as a mother. I have thought of my cliil. dren as being in a very few years th$ busy, active men and women of th« day,helping forward the cause of right and justice and goodness, or taking their stand on the side of the enemy* and dragging themselves and others down to wreck and ruin. And I have trembled at the thought that I liav0 now a say as to which it shall be. Butt. I confess that until lately my vision" stopped there. I thought not of my influence on my posterity of succeed* ing generations. Mothers, mothers, mothers, "What manner of persons ought ye to be in all holy conversation and Godliness?" II Peter, 3:11. "Oh! that there were such a heart in them that they would fear me and keep all my commandments always that it might be well with them and their children forever.—Deut. 5£& A Boy's Temptations. Prof. Henry Drummond of Glasgow says: "You have heard of the old cas tle once taken by a single gun. The at tacking force had only one gun, and it seemed hopeless to try to take the cas tle but one soldier said, "I will show you how you can take the castle," and he pointed the cannon at one spot and fired, and went on all day, never mov ing the cannon. About nightfall there were a few grains of sand knocked off fhe walls. He did the same thing the next day and the next. By-and-by the stones began to come away, and by steadily working his gun for one week lie made a hole in that castle big enough for the army to go through. Now. with a single gun firing away at every boy's life the devil is trying to get in at one opening. Temptation is the practice of the soul, and if you never have any temptation you will never have any practice. A boy that attends fifty drills in a year is a much better soldier than the one that drills twice. Do not quarrel with your temp tations. Set yourself resolutely to face them. What help is a comrade's bugle blast, When the peril of Alpine heights is past? What need of the spurring paean-roll When the runner is safe beyond the goal? Nay, thon hast a word of cheer, Speak it while I am alive to hear, —Margaret J. Preston. The Prohibitionists in this country are represented by one hundred and twenty-nine papers, while the imbi bers have only 8 papers.—N. Y. Times. The Tall Brook Coal Company, of Pennsylvania, discharges every man who known to use intoxicating drinks. Since this rule went iuto effect, in 1882, over three hundred have been dis charged, the fatalities in its mines and on its railroads have decreased fifty per cent., and the employes are saving money. BEPORT OF THE CONDITION -OP THE- STEVENS COUNTY BANK, At Morris, in the State of Minnesota, at the Orders 3,438 58 Due from banks 15,474 94 Banking house 5,832 15 Other real estate 650 64 Furniture and Fixtures 1,846 £se al] I. W. llnrper Dis tiller. Nelson county* Kentucky, are hereliy jpformed that his Whisky is^ not siold promiscuously over the coun-^ try but is placed only into the hand^ of one respectable denier in eacli, place, wlidse name is a guarantee thai the, whisky is sold pure as it comes froiir the Distillery. Messrs. Mathews & Buckley are the onljf authorized agents for M°i'Vis, Minnesota, You cannot accomplish any usiness unless you teel well. business unless you feel well. If yo. feel used up—tired out—tike Dr. J. McLean's Marsnparilla. It will give yon health, strength and vitality. Sold Hulbnrd & Co. GROUND Peed for sale at Lower Eleva tor. sOtf A. Dbxay,Agt, 3£ j,v i-54' »r •. t*' close of bnsiness on the 10th day of January, 1891. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $70,300 01 Overdrafts 161 06 County. Village and School 77 Current Expenses 16 00 Checks and cash items 139 98 Legal tenders and bank notes. 5,8B1 00 Fractional currency, nickels and coppers 76 32 Specie 35 Total $106,874 60 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid np in cash.$50,000 00 Undivided profits 1,016 98 Interest, discount, exchange... 4S0 44 Individual deposits subject to check 85,872 00 Demand certificates of deposit, 1,836 67 Time certificates of deposit.... 28,818 56 Total $106,874 60 I, William J. Mnnro, Cashier of "The Stevese Ccwnty Bank," Morris, Minn., do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. J. XU3BO. Attest:—H. II. Wells, I R. P. W blls Director. STATE OF MINNESOTA, I County or Stevkhs. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of January, 1891. Geo. E. Dirlmb, Notary Public, Minn. A Turtle Stops a Cotton Mill. Tne Barnard mill was stopped for an hoar or so Monday. The machinery was all right, bat a curious mud turtle had wandered up the feeding pipe of the engine, causing a cessation oi watje. Pall River Globe. Cui Bono. Amateur Photographer—What do yon think? I have become so expert that I can catch a cannon ball in its flight. Layman—No use. There's no money in baseball nowadays.—Good News. CURES PERMANENTLY ffljBumal -SCIATICA RacMebes fcraU&cnes, flEURJLLGlf IT HAS Morris, Oct. 22,1890. 4 EQUAL. no IT IS TriE &ESR u J. Stebbifls4& 3XOJL£±£XR5, 3±x:\ REAL "ESTATE Handled on Commission. Money Loaned At Low Rates, and with Privilege of Yearly Payments. SCHOOL BONDS BOITGHT! INSURANCE Of all Legitimate Kinds, written. We have none but Responsible and |Fair-Dealing Companies. General Law Business Transacted. All Collections Receive Prompt Attention! RED POLLED Have a largely increased stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, etc. Their stock of canned and evaporated Fruits, Preserves and Bottled Goods was never as large and choice as now. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables always on hand. Choice Tobaccos and Cigars a specialty. Eggs, Good Butter and all kinds of Veget ables always wanted at the highest market price. All kinds of goods will be sold very low for Cash. Remember, S. J. STEBBIHS & CO. are always glad to see you, and will do their best to serve you. **. P. LUMBER YARD, LUMBER, LATU E WELLINGTON, Prop. 8HINCLES, SASH, DOORS, i^uperloTforMie dairy acd good fotfseef. A tc-vr gt%Ge -7-earliOg) bul.-sfoi isle. CATTLE. H.W.STONEA 00.,BiTer8lSeFacm,Mor ris, Minn Pbotog rap! Gallery! H. SIILLEn Has opened the Photograph Rooms over Croonquist's Store, and axe now prepared for business. Parties in want of First-Class Work are invited to call. Satisfaction Guaranteed! FIRST, Cash. $200 SECOND, Cash. (O O 5, Each $10 Cash, SO 20, Each $5 Cash, IOO And 250 l'onad Boie» GUNTHER'Sc"*™ 550 $700 PRIZES 4 Moulding, Building Paper, Sc. ,r Also, Fence Posts and Cordwood. Yard on Sixth Street, near Engine House, MORRIS, iMEiisnsr. -ON, WM/:, IjIcknell! II Hu Total Prizes, $700 Will be given to those forming the MOST Will be given to th fRo«s"TADELLfl ALLOYED ZINK PEN Latest Invention in Pens. cIk-uWriting i No woniscount noiiiriiut-a -ii -1' writun in ink with aTadella Pen and the Pen used must be enclosed with the list. those prises to induce vou to try the pens.) A Tadella J'en may bo bought of YOI'K ST ATIONKR for a penny .or we W ill send sample to suit :UI hands.and full informs lion reirardinir method of awarding prises.for 10cents, pip 11 DDI7CC PaiJ through 'he UAOn rnltCO SHOE ST, PAUL BOOK & STATIONERY CO. fcjr Cl'T THIS OUT IT MAY NOT iPPKAU AGAIN'. When writing mention this paper. 1 Fe» i-r». National ASD I.KATHEU Hank, New York. Answers musr be received HKFORK KARCH 15TH, and the commute*1 will award prizes within twenty days. For further information aditres i .mi two-cent stamps 17 I'ilew, Blind 1! Catarrh, v!U and BONK USt*»* Our own pattern— CfBT SKEIN AND STEEL SKBIN-W BEST made. The Tubular Axles gi*« perfect satisfaction. Our "EVERYBODY'S WAGON" ey«rybody's want. Item Wagona, Spring Wagon* Drays, Carts, Baggies. Mc tm Agent for our good*. If there ts bo Agent in your town, write us, Winona Wagon Co., Winona, Minn. WOLFF & THOELE, Agts. forMorrls lean t*rn*d «t oor!C*W line of work. *nd honorably, by thoae MONEY or either *ex. young or obi, and in their own Wftlitfes,xvhorrv«r they Hv*. Any tio the work. Katy t*» Hum. We ryrhmpe- »tart v.ui. No rik. Tow c«n devola your mi nwnn'Min, or nil vein tim«» to th*» work. Thit 1* mi enfirt*|'iv my }»•womtorftil to*»very woiker. Beginners ar- vnrmng ivom to #60 por wek U|mnnJx, and morn after a Jutle exportenco. W* oan lurmsh ployment and loach t\u lltKK vou tht em ipacfto explain here. Kult Ufermatioa fr KSbl. XJf UJK Ai CO., AltilSTA, & H. HUBER, PRACTICAL House, Sign & Carriage PAINTER. All Work Guaranteed to to First-Class. Shop on Sixth Street, a little Em*of House, mobbis, immr, B@*»Orders may be left at Karl & Watzke'a BlacfcgiuitU 'Sample & Billiard Room Ohristianson Flatner, 8c Proprietors, Atlantio Ave., Morris. New Building, New Fixtures, and Everything in First Class Style. Best of Laser Beer, Wines, Liqaorv and Cigars Always on Hand. LOOSE'S EXTBflCT GLOVER BLOSSOM a z tu oc Q. ... 3 LP on l"i Female Weakness, Ulcers, Tnmors. Soiea, Abscesses, Blood Poisoning, Salt Kheum, Catarrh, Krysipelas, Rheumatism and all Blood and Skin uiseases. Price$i rii.1 -v-'. per Piat Bottle, or 6 Bottles for ?5. i lb can S: 1 Extract 52-so. J. LOOSE CLOVER CO-__w Detroit,M.ich.SoldRED by ail druggist*. e y s 1 Sj«citlcs These ...ccsui dictionaries. l"-t each letter no oftt-iior in one word than it otvnrs in "TADBI.LA ALLOYEI ZINK PKX." Ar rsuitfo woni* alphabetically ami at eiut of li^t write voiir name, P. address and number of words in list. \vc.r!s must 1m*O. A dcailTsaft carefully prepared prescriptions used for maay rears in'private practice with success.and forcnap thirty years used by the people. Every single spe cific ts a special cure for the disease named. cure without drugging, ptll] Ing or red ileitis the system, and are in fact ill deed the sovereign remedies oithe World UST OF PRINCIPAL SOS. II CURES. FRI CI Congestion, inflammation... 3 Worm*- Worm Fever, Worm Colic.. 3 Crying folic, or reethiivc of Infanta 4 Diarrhea, of Children or Adults.... 5 nys«'nt i*rv. Crip mg, Bilious Colic~.. O Cholera Morbus, Vomiting 7 Cousrll*. Cold. Bronchitis 8 N»'«i licin. Too: hache, Faceaohe 9 IJenstaches. Sick Headache. Vertigo 10 Pvspepsin. Bilious Stomach.. 1 1 jMippressed or I'liinfnl Periods. Vi White*, too Vrofuse Periods 13 ('r!ir.p. I'oush, Difficult Breathing.... fMilt U ileum. Erysipelas, Eruptions. 1-5 he limn ism. Kheiunatio Paln».... 1 Fever and Anne. Chills, Malaria Oebiiity.PhysicalWeaknessCoufths.ViolentHeadtheinColdBleeding.uetizn.orConjfh.lull Whooping t.'eneral *27 Kidney Disease Wa$cR%i 'iS »rvous Debility 1. ,10 rinnrv Wenkness» Wetting Bed. 3*£ Diseases of theHeart,Palpitation 1, Sold by Druggists, or sent postpaid cn receipt of price. DR. HUMPHREYS' MANUAL, (H-i PAGIFLL .Tt I 1 S ST. PAULGLOBE. A Distinctively Northwaatam Newspaper. Av An. Advocate of North Interests. Opposed to War Taxation In Tint* of Peace. Opposed to the Taxation of The tho WEBKt/r Farmer I Laborer for the Benefit of Monopo lies aud Trusts. A£wats Bright, clbax and BIMN* Globs Is a Favorite with tha Farmer and tho Family. Tho price Is *1.00 a year. 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