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VILLAGE 0FMCKR8. President—S Stewart Oounoilniou—K ilelgeson, drug store. ABMMOII, •1 Tolefsou, John Erlokson •eoorder—A Erlekson Assessor—P 8 Fenton Treasurer—Walter Huggins Justice—H Dresser A R—C Hunter Post, No 114 meets on the 2d and 4th Saturday of PMioh month. W "W HUHTLKY.com s op v—Pri-trle Casnr, No49 meet lat«nt SdB itnrday of each month DRKBSKB,Capt W U meets semi-monthly on Wednes day at 8 Congregational Churoh, Routoliff«tpM» tor services morning and evening. Local Items. All kinds of musical goods at the Holton and Bucklin have commenced putting up ice. J. R. Holton was in Morris on busi ness last Thursday. H. J. Dresser sold a pair of mares to Mr. La Due last week. The Morris Band will give a dance in Thorpe's hall Fridav evening. Judge Fenton and J. Noyes made a trip to is Saturday on ,4b'z The blacksmiths are finding fault with the weather. It suits us first rate. Any make of organs or pianos will be furnished by Thorpe & Tollifson. C. D- Mills, general agent for the Champion machinery, was here last week. Mr. S. B. Wheeler of Minneapolis has opened a jewelry store in the drug store. Go to Thorpe organs or pianos, very low. & Tollifson's for Their prices axe Mrs. P. S. Fenton went to Starbuck Wednesday morning to see her daugh ter who is very sick. Mark Boyd, who has been visiting his half brother, J. Card, returned to Farmington last week. C. J. Blackman received a kick on the leg from a horse some time since, and is not able to be otit. Walter Huggins returned Monday night from Wisconsin, where he has been visiting relatives and friends. The selection of H. D. Tenney as vice-president of the Stevens county agricultural society was a good one. Steve Porter and wifo and several other parties of our village went to Morris iflififc Saturday to ea» "Ole Ole son." S. M. Porter and wife, Kit Thomp son and others from here took in the show in Morris last week, and all pro nounce it "no good." S. Stewart has at last obtained per mission from the railroad company to put a mill on the right of way. He will move the building there at once. Dance that was got up on short notice last week in honor of Ed. Johnson and bride, was a success. Every one went. Prof. Dobkins of Morris furnished the music. County Commissioner Thorpe at tended a meeting of the board at Mor ris week before last and ever since then he has been talking about his honea^. A Hne line of jewelry and silver plated goods at Thorpe & Tollifson's. There will be a dance at Thorpe's hall next Friday evening. Music by Prof. Watzke's orchestra of Morris, and you can bet your life that it will be goa$*-:. LOOK HERE, EVERYBODY I On January 30th and 31st a rare chance to purchase goods away down below cost will be offered all who wish to purchase. On those days M. A. Brown will close out his entire stock at auction. Don't forget the time— Friday and Saturday, January 30th and 31st, 1891. Be on hand and buy yourself rich. DEWTISTBT. Dr. Harris will visit Hancock on Sat urday, January 31st, to remain as long as busy. 5t2 The New Discoyery. You have heard your friOM§•- and neighbors talking about it. You may yourself be one of the many who know from personal experience just how good a thing it is. If you have ever tried it, you are one of its staunch friends, be cause the wonderful tiling about it is that when once given a trial, Dr. King's. NewrDiscovery ever after holds a place in the house. If you have never used it and should be afflicted with a cough, cold or any throat, lung or chest trouble, secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time, or money refunded. Trial bottle free at Fritz Buckentin's drug store, Morris, and Thorpe & Tollif son's Hancopk. LOOSE'S RED CLOVER PILE REM EDY is a positive specific for all forms of the disease. Blind, Bleeding, Itching, Ulcerated and Protruding Piles. Price 50c. For sale by Hulburd & Co. To allay pains, subdue inflammation, heal foul sores and ulcer the most prompt and satisfactory results are obtained by using that old reliable remedy, Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. Sold by Hulburd & Co. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorife r,~ THE HANCOCK BULLETIN. HANCOCK, MINN., JANUARY «1, 1891. North Carolina Colored People. Our Raleigh. N. C., correspondent, in his last letter gives an account of a county New Year's celebration by the colored people. It was held at Baleigh and over a thousand people were present. Our correspondent says: "The orator of the day, the musicians and the poet, were all blacks and all did splended work. The large assem bly was addressed by Governor Fowle*, and Professor Crowel, of Trinity Col legi. Neither had an ax to grind for the Constitution of the State forbids the reflection of the Governor and a Professor in the Methodist Church College is not a politician. Governor Fowle said, he believed North Caro lina had the best white people and the best colored people and there is no race problem among us. If others would keep their hands off, we could settle the whole matter. He prom ised to recommend in his annual mes sage, an Agricultural and Mechanical College for the colored people. Pro fessor Crowel said, if the colored race would continue on in the way in which it is going it would take care of itself. Professor Johnson, colored, was the orator of the day. His oration showed not only intelligence and natural abil ity but also wide research. He han dled the proposition of United States Senator Butler, to reniove the negroes to Africa. His arguments and rea sons against the proposition were: The negroes have been faithful in defence of the coutry, they furnished fifty thousand troops for the Revolu tionary War. Crispus Atlantis, a ne gro, was the first man killed in the war. A twenty five thousand dollar monument now stands to his memory, in Boston, Mass. The negro has con tributed to the wealth of the coun 0 try. His citizenship is only thirteen years younger than that of the white man. The first white man landed at Jamestown, Va., in 1607 the first ne groin 1620. The whites of the South do not want the negroes to leave. If the na tion's motto, "In God We Trust," was sincere, America would solve the ne gro problem on the basis of Chris tianity or her Christianity must be impeached as a whited sepulchre, brilliant on the outside with contri butions to the heathen of other lands, but reeking with oppression of her ignorant at home. He felt that bet ter times were dawning for the race. Before the war, every southern state had laws forbidding education to the negro. Now, they expend six mil lion dollars annually for his educa tion. The oration was considered the most masterly ever delivered on a similar occasion. The world moves, or has moved, when slave-holders and slaves unite to celebrate the emanci pation of the blacks." Eupepsy. This is what you ought to have, in fact, you must have it," to fully enjoy life. Thousands are searching for it daily, and mourning because they find it not. Thousands upon thousands of dol lars are spent annually by our people in hope that they may attain this boon. And yet it may be had by all We guar antee that Electric Bitters, if used ac cording to directions and the use per sisted in, will bring you Good Digestion and oust the demon Dyspepsia and in stall instead EupepBy. We recommend Electric Bitters for Dyspepsia and all diseases of Liver, Stomach and Kidneys. Sold at 50c. and $1.00 per bottle by Fritz Buckentin Druggist. Professional Nurse. who is thoroughly conpeteat, who is neat, tidy and quiet, whose very touch is medicine, who knows what to do and when to do it is a blessing indeed, but so few there are who fully understand, know, and are able to use the require-' ments, the endorsement of a medicine by such a person should carry weight. They have practical experience, and op portunities of seeing and noting the effect better really than the Physician in chargc. as they are with the patient day and night and every change and symptom is noted and watched. I have myself used and in my profes sion as nurse administered your Red Clover Remedies, and find] that it does all and more than you say for it. 1 cheerfully recommended it for troubles iof Stomach, Liver or Bowls, and have "f*todvified my friends to use it, which has been done and in every case with the very best results, and all speak of Loose's Extract Red Clover in the highest terms. Mas. E. OSBOBK, March, 2Otf,1880. Marios, Ohio. You enh tie chccrfW and happy only when you are well. If you feel "out of sorts" take Dr. J. H. McLean's Sarsapa -Said fry Hulburd & Co. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. HARNESS SHOP, HA%CO£K, BUNK. rV.s- ft Harness on i .:v ,,A uidladd to Order. Prices Low and 'n Work promptly Bone. O its I run a Meat Market, I *viti Trade Harnets lor-Cattle, Sheep arid Hogd. i si Piles, Piles, Piles. J. R. HOLTON. lSTOPPED FREE Jtjrirvttfiu* iUcCtSS. fnsarv Persons Hestorad Dr.KLINE S GREAT NERVERESTORER j/ur a//BKAIM'fc VfSFYS DISFASKS. Oniy surt cure /or Ntrrt Fits, hpilrp ty, ite. PALLIBLH if taken as directed. A'"» Ftti a/ttr i/iv.:cnts,they ri.iy's use. Treatise an'I trial bottle free to paying expresr. chargas on box whua ci red. Sintl names, P. O. anil express address at dieted to IVt Arch St..Philadelphia,Pa. »sinst"s. r-yjy.i.Kn OF IMITATING FRAUDS. little fortaT!ttIiawh'»n rmultflt in for u*, by Ann* Austin, and Jno. tinnn, Toledo. Ohio. ut. Oth*r«are]oinfra* well. Why you? Some rarn U tin lUu: rk rrs. I-stilurf unknown HITU MOLINE WAGONS, Furnished. Good AcconimddAfiohs N E W S O E JUST OPENED II THE HULL BUM, I N A N O K You are Respectfully Invited to Inspect the Qtock of Merchandise, consisting of Dry Golds, Win, Bouts,! HATS AND CAPS, GROCERIES, And Other Articles usually found in a First-Class General Store. We shall be pleased to Show Goods & Quote PriceB. Respeotfully, CLARK BROTHERS!1 -The PlH.ee to Sell- WHEAT, OATS, FLAX or BARLEY. The Highest Prices Paid at All Times! Manuihc turers Amenta fox* Buy a Set of Fairbanks Scales and Know what you are Selling and what you are Buying. 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. WILCOX & WELLS Have Just Received the Largest Stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Ac., To be found anywhere outside of the big cities. And what is still better for our customers, we sell at •LOWER PRIOBS1 Than any other establishment in the County^ Call Every body and Examine our And yoit will be Convinced that what we state is Strictly True. 9 tJ. H. WILCOX & WELLS, -Dealer In- Rffiflinnable, and Good Right Parties. HANCOCK. MINNESOTA. E^GOOD HORSES AND MARES FOR SALE.^J PORTER iHMISE,J HANCOCK, MINN. JLM~ Proprietor it Reasonable Rates. New livery Stable! —OPPOSITE-** *8 Blacksmith Good OV«T PUOO.00 A nmith. Yon can do lite work and UT* hom*. vt-Jiwvcr you ere. Kvcn be ginner* are rftHily eamfnr from to #lWft.lfty. Ail Wi«*how y»u how Rigs at Reasonable Rates. n np them. NhW oud wonderful. f'artirulHrs free. H. J. DRESSER, Proprietor. i i FAIRBANKS SCALES, The Owen Apron Grain Cleaner. STOCZ :, HANCOCK, MINN. RESSER, CraM Bay StallionS! -Xenn*--to4fee .» 2. C. BUCKLIN, I te 7 Sample Rnnm MIIIiBB aif j- Best of Everything in my Line! Hi^COOK, MINPT. S LIVERY STABLE W. H. MA.TTE80N, Proprietor, HANCOCK, MINN. i: V r:M (food Teams and Oarriigs* ... •. "43h»rgei Reasonable DBAYING DONE. 1 i SIOUX ,OUTBEEAJt MM. H06TILES AGREE TO THE TERMS OFFERED BY GEN. MILES, Aid the Business of Disarming WASHINGTON, Jan. Has Be- gas—Chlcft Ask and Receive Permis sion to Bend a Delegation to Washing ton to Air Their Grievances. 17.—The Star pub lishes the following dispatch from its staff correspondent at the seat of the In dian troubles: Pine Ridge Agency, Jan. 16.—The Sioux outbreak of 1890-01 is over. There may be, and probably will be, trouble with a few small detached bands of hos tilee, but the great majority of those who revolted against the authority of the United States government have re moved their war paint and are camped near the friendly Indians to the south west of the agency, just across White Clay creek. The results of the conference between Gen. Miles and the chiefs have .become apparent. Shortly after daybreak a mist obscured the hostile camp go that no one at the agency could see what was being done in the valley, but shortly after 8 o'clock there emerged from the mist the advance guard of the biggest aggregation of warlike Indians this country is ever likely to see. Some of the vanquished were .cheerful. There was a prospect of sufficient food, but the larger portion had a morose and vicious appearance. They had unwill ingly surrendered to superior force, and therefore retained their right to be as savage as possible in the face of an army large and willing enough to wipe them out of existence. There will be no repeti tion of the case of the Wounded Knee affair. Instead of giving the troops the task of disarming the warriors the work will be done by the chiefs. Contact With the soldiers to-day or within several days will certainly precipitate a fi^ht, so •Gen. Miles insists on eacn chief bringing the arms of his band. The arms are be ing loaded into wagons in the hostile camp and will be turned over at division headquarters. Miles Will Be the Great Chief. Among other conditions of surrender are that there is to be but one chief and his name is Gen. Nelson A. Miles, whose commands must be promptly obeyed in the future, and that all the children of the Sioux must be enrolled on the rosters of the industrial schools. Lieut. Mann, of the Seventh cavalry, who was shot in the groin at Wounded Knee, is deat at Fort Rilev. Ijis death is the thirty-sixth among the soldiers of this famous regiment. WANT A POWWOW. Chiefs Ask and Get Permission to Com* East to See the Great Father. WASHINGTON, Jan. 16.—A dispatch was received at the war department from Gen. Miles, asking permission to come to Washington with a delegation of hostile clnefB, who want to treat for terms of peace. Permission Granted. Secretary Proctor, with the concur rence of Secretary Noble, has directed Gen. Miles to send the delegation of hostile Indian chiefs to Washington for consultation about terms of peace. HOSTILES AGITATED AGAIN. The Murder of Few Tails Nearly Creates i Another Stampede. PINE RIDGE AGENCY, S. D., Jan. 20.— When the treacherous whites in Bear Butte county wantonly murdered old Few Tails and wounded his squaw, they committed an outrage that carap near ruining Gen. Miles' plans and stam peding the 5,000 hostiles who are in camp here. Few Tails was a relative of Your.g Man-Afraid- of- His-Korse, th« only hereditary chief of the Sioux na tion and the most powerful leader among his people. When Few Tails' wounded squaw arrived here almost in stantly there was a commotion in th® hostile camp. The scouts reported the situation to Gen. Miles, who immedi ately sent runners after Young-Man Afraid-of-His-Horse. When that chief appeared at headquarters and learned of the ingratitude of the whites for the heroic work he had been doing in their behalf he refused to be pacified, and it took all the diplomacy at the command of Gen. Miles to finally win back the good will of the outraged chief. The situation has become so complicated that! the quartermaster has ordered twenty 1 days' additional rations, and the troops that were expected to come to the agency for a grand review have been or dered to remain in camp. This order for rations is as heavy as any that has been issued since the war began. Few Tails was not only a relative of Young-Man Afraid-of-His-Horse but a brother of Bi£ Road, one of the most powerful sub chiefs at Pine Ridge. Big Road said that eighty cowboys had slaughtered the little band as they were returning, un armed, from an eagle hunt, bearing with them Gen. Miles' pass permitting them to be off the reservation, and the squaw ot tew Tails was the only survivor. Kalakua Is Dying. SAN FRANCISCO,Jan. 20.—King Kala kna is lying at the point of death at the Palace hotel here sufferingfrom Bright'® disease. The disease took a sudden turn for the worse during the morning and he has been in a semi-unconscious con dition ever since. The physicians are greatly alarmed and have held several consultations. Millions for Mississippi Improremeet. WASHINGTON, Jan. 20.—The house committee on the improvement of the Mississippi river has agreed upon a bill for its improvement by a system of levees. The bill will extend the distance to be improved, and will recommend i- that the appropriation for the improve ment be increased to $10,000,000. The bill will be reported to the house as soon libs prepared. KortbwMten IwUsn Sdwolh WASHINGTON,Jan. 17.—Senator Stock- bridge has reported favorably a bill which provides for the construction of a suitable building for the Indian indus trial schools in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. The Bite for the Minne sota building is on the Pipestone reser vation. In Wisconsin it will be near some railroad from, which it can be con veniently reached. HILL FOR THE 8ENATE. H«w York's Governor Nominated fcjr th« Democrats to SucOfeed Evarti. ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. 20.—The Demo- ia*tic joint caucus was called to order to the amwanMy cliamlxa shortly aft^r 5 p. m. All of the Democratic state offi cials and others were present. Gov ernor Hill was nominated for United States senate to succeed Senator Evarts. The nomination was made by acclama tion, and the caucus adjourned. The Republicans also held their caucus and .nominated Hon. William M. Evarts. Voorhecs Succeeds Himself. INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 20.—The Republi can seatoriai caucus was a brief but ex oiting one. On the first ballot Governor Hovey received the nomination by a majority of three over Charles W. Fair banks. The light was drawn clearly between two anti-administration men. The Democratic majority of the legisla ture in caucus nominated Daniel W. VoorhrcK to succeed himself as United States senator. He was nominated by acclamation. Teller Renominated by Republicans. DENVER, Jan. 20.—Henry L. Teller was unanimously renominated for Unit ed States senator by the Republican Caucus. .... MANY MEN FIND THAT Storms, «nows, dreading rains, and furiout v. mds are a part of the regular routine of life. Two-third* of the tickness through lift is cauicd by colds yot» Cannot be too well protected in ttormy weather Svoid them. A man having a Fish Brand Slick er may be exposid to a atorm for twenty-fou* hours at a stretch, and still be protected from erery drop of rain, besides being shielded from the biting winds. No matter what your occupation, tl yoo are liable to be caught in a rain or snow Storm, vou should have on hand a Fish Brand Slicker." It will surely save your health, and perhaps your life. Beware of worthless imitations, every garment stamped with the Fish Brand' try gar Trade Mark. Don't accept any inferior coat when jreu can have the Fish Brand Slicker" delivered without extra cost. particular* and illustrated Catalogue free. A. *1. TOWEIK. Boston, MUft I. PETERSON, I Fainting and Calsominias. Leave Orders at Hulburd & Co.'s Drug Store. Morris Meat Market ALL KTIfBS OF FRESH, SALT & SMOKED B-MEATS- KEPT CONSTANTLY ON BAUD. Your Patronage is Solicited JOHN CJAIRNEY. RAILROAD. The Direct Line between St. Paul, Minneapolis, or Dulutb And all Points in Minnesota, Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington Territory, British Columbia, Puget Sound & ALASKA. ExpressTrains Daily, to which are attached PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPERS And BLEOANT DINING CARS. 0 E 3T E O A S Between Sfs #AUL AND PORTLAND, 'Onanyolasn of Ticket. EMIGRANT SLEEPERS FREE The only All-Rail Line to the YELLOWSTONE PARK! Forfulltnformatioh as to Time, Rates,Ete., Address, Farmers Hotel Building, Fifth Street, Morris, Minn. A fall supply of Freehand Salt Meats always on hand. Highest Market Price Paid for Hides. A. C. SATTEB. ELLIOTT, Moms, Minn, The Old Reliable Photogra pher, is still on deck and ready at all times to do First Class Work. No matter what you hear, no matter what you read, but bear in mind that Elliott will make you Better Fhoto graphs and for less money than any one in this part of the state. Second-class work is dear at any prioe, so come to Elliott and get first-class warranted work at prices that will defy competition. TEAB1 1 $3000- 1 nw.v p-rrsoti nfiWipf who r#n rwd Aitd wrHr, wtio, n nork iiiUwitHiveftly, t' mm Thrrr n !ifv.-r ii^.l win nl*o fnmi«h m,nl whit you ntn *»nrn tlint amount. io v. oii««vl»»t fut n* nlmvf. Kaailv «n 1 quickly Irarnnl. l»tit one tn»m each dUtri.'i nrromilv. I sMrM«lv fnurlir nn! |rnvided with tMiiplovtm'iif a liiiiro numlicr, «'h't a«v niplo I»V«t a h. It s JV 1CW •ml N«!.1 T». l-uil vni:r.. at onca, E* C» ALiJl.'i, Jkh iUalne* PATENTS. PERSONAL AND PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO PAT ENTS, CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS, INTERFERENCES, AND ALL OTHER PATENT CAUSES. ST0DDART di CO., 618 & 615 7th Street, H. IT [Opposite U. S. 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Milk and Sun River Valleys, Montana, reached only by the HERDS, MINES. Minn. CHARLES*. SEE. General Passenger Agent, St. Paul. i E E A N S 100 o* more, along the Great Northern Railway Line. Busi ness chances. Write F. WhTtssv, St. Paul, for Books, Maps, Ac. Write now. Settlers on free Government lands along the Great Northern Ry. Line In North Dakota and Montana get low rates and fine markets for products. O W A E S Finest resort* tn America along Great Northern Ry. Line fn Minnesota, Dakot&s and Montana. Best climate for health seekers. HOfiSES, CATTLE. In Northwest. Free Lands,New Towns, New Railways, New Mines, Low Rates Largest area of good vacant lands. SHEEP, HOGS. Gt_* Northern Railway u e The Stock Raisers' paradise. These have made Montana the richest State per capita In the L'nion. 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, 1880. Write F. I. I WHITJ-KY,St. Paul, One and Thrse^Quarters Miles SoaUi-B^Mt from Morris, H. W. STONE & OO, Proprietors. Heepon band Two Grade* oJ Ctioice FwnUr Ptour, rte follows: Ohoioet Snow Bird. CUSTOM WORK Will at aij tltne receive promnt alteatlAB OiUtiilUxr OroaodoibtkHgilM the owriripfifir. OATTTION. 9 3 tfl po o CO A s a. tfl to n p» rr e o 3 2 w j. O ct H* 0 CO O •n 2 GC O o a o o o o at 4 3 CK NEW Snr, Solid «olilW*tch_ :h#100.€M. li.iti in the wur'd i'«rf«ct kee|or. Wai-nuttM heatvj, oi.r» huv:tin^ c«a«t. anil Tuttsable ltnvofnmi«eh*Id little*- Thcue aampl.., a w«]l a tiw w«!ch, frcf. All ihe »orj UK hie tr*d« foru., JTM do 1* to show what wi» send tou to those whe call —your ftimult and ncifhbortaiul th."i ah.uit you—th»t alnray* niMltt 11 v a I which holll for yWMDMOI Marted, ml thu» w«are rapald. W# pay all cspnit, ft*i(kt, «tc. Afltr »«u nil. If jou would ilka to (o to work for at. you can mm from 9SO to ISO per wwk and apwardt. Addrau, ounioa Sc Co., mxfellli jTertlMril, MsU«, J. BERKIN1 Proprietor of tha HIE MONARCH MORRIS, MOW* », Dealer in And Cigars. ilwaita Bottled Beer. ALWAYS ON HAND I VIGOR* STRENGTH I, C. FLATNER, Proprietor. Dealer in all kinds of Fresh, P**ied and Salt Meats, SAUSAGE, FISH, AC. Sko»eB8Utkttmt, MOBXIS. MINN. iW I irr^HrA. TnCT„.T?in svr. -W* Vr? r, For LOST or PAIIIITCr HAN=( General and KiEVC'JS E£SIX.IXY Weakness E:dy ard K:r.d. Effecti of Errors OR EZOI-RSES ir Old or YOUNG, oo&al. Nobi^ aN HOOD fuiiT' fa'-s:rrf, a. Ab*ciut?ir unfailing H021. TT-il-j.iTl-FM—h?aeft:" ia a day. JB«b test If? fr-rsm end Cccatries* VTrit* tHea, iiook, PTpi&nalien a&d proofs mailed ATTITU MUSICAL CO., BUFFALO, M. V. I- ~!S Faat Trains with Pullman Vestlbuled Drawing Room Sleepers, Dining Car« and Coaches of latest design, between Chicago and Milwaukee, and St. Paul, and Minneapolis. Fast Trains with Pullman Yestibuled Drawing Room, Sleepers, Dining Car» and Coaches of latest design, between Chicago and Milwaukee and Ashland and Duluth. Through Pullman Vestibuled Draw ing Boom, and Colonist Sleeper*, via the Northern Pacific Railroad, be tween Chicago and Portland, Cre. Convenient Trains 10 and from East tern, Western, Northern, and Central Wisconsin points affording unequaiied service to and from Waukesha. Fosd du lac, Oshkosh, Neenah, Menasha, Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire. Hurley, Wis., and Ironwood. and Bessemer, Mich. For tickets, sleeping car reservation*, time tables and other information, ap ply to Agents of the line or to Ticket Agents anywhere in the United States or Canada. S. R. AINSLIE, H. C. BARLOW, Oen. Mana'r. Gen. Traf. Maaa'v. LOUIS ECKSTEIN, Aaalitsnt General Passenger and Ticket Agt. MiLWAfKEE, Wis. HUMPHREYS' VETERINARY SPECIFICS For Horses, Cattle AND Shssp. Dogs, Sogs^ ULTRy, 500 Page Book on Treatment of Animals and Chart Seni Free. CURES Fevers.Congestion-*.Inftaminatios A A e u i n e i i i i i k e v e u B.B."Strains. Lamenfss. Kbeninatiaa C.C.— nistemper. Xasal Uisrharges. P.D.-rtot- or Grabs, Worms. K.K.—Coughs, Heaves. Pneumonia. F.F.—Colic or t*ripes« Belly ache. G.G.—Miscarriage. Heniorrhasres. H.H.—I rinary and Kidney Diseases. I.1.--Eruptive Diseases. Mange. J.K.—Diseases of Digestion, Paralysis. Single Bottle over 50 doses), .#• Stable Case, with Specifics. Manual, Veterinary Cure Oil and Medlcator, S7.M Jar Veterinary Cure Oil, l.H Sold by Druggists or Sent Prepaid uywkm and in any quantity on Receipt of Price. Humphreys' Medicine Co.. 1"° W. T. 1 |®*C»remuit betaken In Cold Weaiber to h*re the Tioor tborougtk^f warmed before mlKlnpj also, to keep Sporvgre 1« a warm place until leadjr for BrcarofuHy observing thc«e prfr*u-»ioD» you will get good breRil every time if ne#i«ot »1, your bread wili be poow+ad mas ter how rood tfce flonr. IM 30 PI "Tl PI HI HTJMPESETy 28 HOKEOPAIHIC SPECIFIC Hi. »rs. The only suceossfnl reir-ed" far In use 30 j-psrs. Nervous Debility, Vita! Weakness, nd ProstrHt-in. '"-'".i nwr-wrs or r'-.-t c&asee. 1 per vi*i, or THUS and ianto Tim powder, tot #(s SOLD BI DBCGUISTS,orsent postpaid on reoeiBMK rios.—llwlklxi C».» Itt® «»lm BW» •. fc THE STEEL GEAli BUGGY, Practicallj iaucitructible. Ri Weed to shrink, iiresk. iecay or wear out. Ho beitt «r clips to becoms Icose or rattle. A p*ar masie entirely of stsel, rhretcd to3eih«rtM^ Mt breken, will last forever. MANUFACTURED BY THE ABBOTT BUGGY CO., CHICM0. JDHN J. PIMM lias Twos-seated Busrgle* for sale Cheap. Ho ts Rireiit for the Abbott linsrpy Co., M4 Stone's Patent Steel Gear Buggy. General Blacksmithing Done as usual .nt tlie old stand, Sixth Street. Morris, Minn. For Information ABOT'T THE SOI'TII, address with stamp the Official Immigration lVpnrtment of teen Southern 8tate*. CAKLROBINSON,SOCV'Y^," ltalelgh, N.fc. 'Xbem-e Bilioasncss, Sick Headache, or.^ p&tion, Mnlaxia, Liver Coiiip!aint~, lako th® Mi n s i certain remedy, SMITH'S BILE BEADS vU'UtUc' UVERT1SER an advertising spa e wher 45 to 49 Randolph St., the Ad w ti»in£ Agency of to DWITIT I 3U AKE 1 II K MOST V I H*!1 nix i-r ,,«.r 7.1 D''phctogr*vw Price of oit». iioih Iadif9 ntnifrcni with work* mid n of uf. OKI rKsONln locality fcau oa« (opotiier with our Hrm- KISSING: I I U qrllL f7. IAT i*f •S9N1TH A COiM&kersof r,isu?3 C'.'wrs.'.vho«ijh tot da MM, n. -.d it on fileet LORO&THflm^.