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I ---li H. H. cnsox, President. **. A. tttaiNQ, Vlce-Pres't. L.o. IIoiiLidTB»,C9ibler. 1HI FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MORRIS* MiaXXESOTA Capital #30,000.00 Tlilf Hunk conduct* a General Hanking BMhnnjc KSufttuoss Money to Lotin on Cbititel or Personal 8eonrity, in any Amount# sired. Loans Negotiated lVoh»ireChe No.8leaves Morris for sr. De on Improved Farms. WUl a I ,i\t*v*h.v Wio*oa**) CnplittM \veta*ve D»Ue*taolUttos fo»a11 Ao£i»rtmeirU of ptul nenn th»n ever. "Wo pay Sftvtovgs Bnuk Hates on Deposits. Atranoy #oi all R»U»oaJ In «h«n rk^NITY, Mie Oftwpest DOW tot B\\v h«?e fJlo Anwioy for tlw st*on?. Acc4dent r«»uratu'o Company Wie or.utJ~ The 1»ATH«R In*U»aneo I\. of UMUOVU, which rtivlfloftt tnsuianoe t« written tI Mcdt^ix. iraod Crofn one day to or on Follows tioodfor one jre«i, with weekly w do^mtty in ov*o of iJ^nry. ,'muttw*i"oon».p*wi-y,birtrasUie ail losses. C.\sll to pay IS TICK TttAV6LKK8 Wer«nM4Ktl)- solicit tne aotonatiof *•*•«&- an1c,*nO *H who liare dealing*withffkahslatltft •eotlonorf thu State. QoPloctlor»8 a Spoolalty. Rail road Time Table. No.#. 6tS0 p. in. Lv 7:10 10:35 11:4T 13:50a. ii. 1:83 8:00 Ar. No. 10 Ar. 7:15 a.m fi:«R St. Paul. Minneapolis. Will mar. Heueon. 2t40 1:40 18:50 12:07 Mo.-rls. Herman. Lv. 10:40 p. Breo'conrldge. Pru' »t 12:01 p. m. No. 7 arrives from St. 1 mil at »:30 p. m. BROWB'S VAI.WT BHAKCH. Leaves at 8i0.» p. ni. Arrives at 12:('l p. JfO»Tl*E4i» VACDTIC. L««TC ai 7:30 a. rn. a ftd arrive at 51«5 p. n Morris Market. The following is the market price for •wheat to-day: No. 1 Hard, .77 No. 1 Northern, .75, No. 2 Northern, .73 No. 3 Northern, 63. Flax,$ .78. floral |]lotcs. Go to Good's baby carriages. furniture store for Eggs will bs taken at Miss Spoon er s in exchange for goods. 16tf E. B- "Woodward & Co. are agents for all the leading high grade bicycles. Mr. Cresey will preach afthie Camp school house next Sunday at 2:30 p. in- Everybody invited. If you want a reliable sewing ma chine. you can get one at T. J. Moore's store. 14tf E. B. Woodward & Co., the Morris jewelers, repair all kinds of goods in heir line in a strictly first class manner. A leap year basket social is to be held at Odd Fellows Hall on Wednes day evening, May 27th. Invitations will be extended. A good, competent and stylish dress maker would find plenty of employ ment in this city. Such a lady is much needed here. Do you want nice carriage for the little one? If so, go to Good's furni ture store. He has all styles and every variety manufactured. Twenty-five couples attended the reception and dance given by Watz ke's Orchestra at The Morris Monday night and a very pleasant time was had. J. E. Danielson has another candi date for the 2:20 class. His fine mare dropped a splendid horse colt last week. Sire, the standard bred horse, Harpoon. Mr. Berkin has had the old build ing, located on his lot, corner Atlantic avenue and Fifth street, moved to the rear of the lot, preparatory to erecting his new brick block. Kobert Delahunt, salesman of the Rockdale Farm Co., has just returned from Wisconsin, where he sold two imported English Shire stallions for $3,100 cash. Mr. Wm. Delahunt, su perintendent, delivered them. Mf*. Cressy will preach next Sunday forenoon at the Mr E. church on the subject, "Self Security and its Dang^ ers.'* In the evening at 8 o'clock the theme will be, '-The Mistake of a Diciple." Young people's meeting at 7:15. We understand that John Gould will open in the near future an eques trian school. He will give lessons in broncho riding only. As a broncho rider John has no equal in the North west, as his ride last Thursday night fully demonstrated. Rockdale Farm Co. has purchased the standard and registered mare Mat tie D, race record 2:25|, by Bay Mid dleton, dam by Hero, Jr. Mattie is in foal to Tyorlene, race record 2:20.|, by Pilot Medium. She should prove a great brood mare. Stop throwing paper in the street! It not only looks bad, but it is liable to cause serious accidents by frighten ing horses. We noticed several nar row escapes during the past few days by horses taking fright at the paper on Atlantic avenue. Farmer John Sanders intends to plant 20 acres of corn this year as ifsual. Jofrii sayg that he has never failed in raising a fair crop of corn every year since he has lived in Stev ens county. He has all his wheat— gOO acres—sown this season. ?-j^Kgw^^^jiiM^'yiys.^*'xw'w^air^gyjr'w**w ^•"•nftH-Bwwt PERSONALS. Ex-Seuator Hixson was in town yesterday. Jus, L. Pearoe wont to Minneapolis Sunday night. Walter C. Huggins of Hancock was in town Monday. The editor of the Time We ouii rU«e more Mortey on Improved F*»ins, «t llct&or 1.!MOS rl»n« eve*. Ve itu wrWe tm*OJivivv In s»o« oomvanli'" u# the of llartforfi, St. vaut l-'lfe ana Matlue.auU TRIBUNE The man}' friends in our city of Rev. S. Ellery were pleased to havO him with them during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cooley and son now ride in their owu carriage and drive their own horse. Both horse and carriage very nice. Our good natured, jolly friend, O. A. Bakke of Elbow Lake, Grant county —'•the land of the kickers"—was in our city a few days last week, shak ing hands with his numerous friends hero. Sheridan, the three-yeor old son o'f Mr. and Mrs- S. A. Flaherty, had his arm badly cut with glass by falling on Mr. Stengor's hot bed. The little fellow was taken to the office of Di*. Sutherland, who took several stitches in order to hold the flesh in place, end dressed the wound. Henry Burkhart of W abasha county, this state, the Republican senator from that county, was in town Mon day, on his way home from a business trip to Crookston. Mr. Burkhardt is the father-in-law of Charley Collier of the Sun oifiee. We had a very pleas ant half-hour's talk with him- R. J. Hall came up from the cities Thursday morning after spending two weeks looking after the "rights of the dear people." R. J. says that he will now lay aside politics for a season and attend strictly to his farming inter ests. A better farmer than R. J. nev er brushed dew from lawn, but we have some misgivings as to his being a "star" in politics. Baby icarriages! Baby carriages! Baby carriages! Till you can't rest at Good's furniture store—cheap. Do not forget that we always have well selected stock of groceries at bottom prices. 5tf J. E. DANIELSON. On Saturday last James Kennedy sold four carloads of cattle—two years old—to parties who shipped them to North Dakota over the North ern Pacific. These cattle—118 head— were collected by Mr. Kennedy and brought here in three days. On Mon day he shipped a carload of beef cat tle to St. Paul. The concert given by the Chicago Lady Quartette in court house hall last Friday evening was of rare excel lence. The harmony of the voices and the artistic rendering of the dif ferent pieces was indeed charming and completely captivated the audi ence. It is hoped that our people will have the pleasure of again listen ing to these talented ladies. A gentleman in Union county, Mo., who is too modest a man to have his name mentioned in the newspapers, was cured of rheumatism byChamber lain's Pain Balm, after trying other medicines and treatment for thirteen years. For sale by Fritz Buckentin, Morris, and Thorpe & Tolifson, Han cock' lm J. D. Good buys his goods by car loads,"and thus is enabled to buy at low figures and save freight. His stock consist of such goods as hard ware, wood and coal stoves, latest im proved gasoline stoves furniture, such as bedroom suites, desks, chairs of all description, lounges, etc. Carpets and rugs for cash—can't be undersold. See him and be convinced. 16t4 The Easter music at the Congrega tional church was pronounced by sev eral experienced listeners equal to that rendored in the cities on such an occasion. The choir, consisting of Mrs. Jones, soprano Mrs. Wolff and Miss Clark,altos Mr. Chase, tenor Mr Childs, bass, with Mrs. Childs as ac companist, was at its best, and de lighted the large audiences in the morning and evening with such select ions as the "Benedictus" and "Sanc tus" from Stearns', and the "Agnus Dei" from Concone's Mass in F. The exquisite solo "Calvany" was sung by Mrs. Jones in a manner beyond praise. Our old friend Col. Taisey of Don nelly is going to dq what hp can to improve the breed of horses in Stev ens county, and with that purpose in view he has just purchased the highly bred trotting stallion Billy Golddnst, that belongs to a family of trotters. If breeding is of any account, then the Colonel has a horse that will pay to breed to, if anyone wishes to secure a fast traveler and a kind, gentle ani mal, a qualification which this breed of horses are possessed of in a remark able degree. Billy Golddust is model horse, and it will pay breeders to examine him carefully. See ad. in another column. list received, a fine assortment of new hats, latest style. Utt T. J. MOOSE. Sleepless nights*, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shilo's Cure is the remedy for it. For sale by Hulburd & Co., Morris. ,»y!y"'«-yy»»i»''j'^t#Lii s Rev. Koutliff of Haueock waa in our city yesterday. Peter Mackenzie of Eldoffido was in town Saturday. and wife left for the cities on the noon train today. Judge Fentou of Hancock was town last Friday, having business at the court house. S. A. Flaherty went to St. Paul Sunday night to attend to a oase in the supreme court. lA.n'ufjMj '!i*w"-w-' Easter Sunday. The services in our different church es on Easter Sunday were more than usually interesting. Mr. Herrk-k, at the Congregational church, gave his hearers at the morn ing service an interesting discourse on the destruction and rebuilding of Solomon's temple, with a fine descrip tion of that wonderful structure. In the evening thero was a responsive service eutitled "He is Risen," and an interesting address on Easter by A. A. Stone. At the Methodist churoh in the morning, the pastor, C. A. Cressy, preached on "The Lessons of the Resurrection," which was listened to with marked attention by a large audience. In the evening there was a missionary concert. The services at the Cathlio churoh were largely attended and were un usually interesting- At 2 o'clock in the afternoon ser vices especially adapted to the Sir Knights were held in the Methodist church, Rev. S. Ellery, officiating. Tho Sir Knights of Bethel coinmand ery were present as a bedv, in uni form. The remarks by Mr. Ellery were of the most appropriate charac ter, eloquent and impressive. The singing, blendid with the music of the organ, was indeed grand. The chancel was elegantly decorated with a profusion of natural flowers and banners of the Knights, tho whole presenting a scene of rare beauty. In the evening All Saints church was filled with an interested audience to listen to the Easter services. The church was tastefully decoratod with evergreens and lovely natural flowers the singing was exceeding fine, but the Rector, Rev. Pritchard, who re sides in Benson, failed to reach here, greatly to the disappointment of a large number of people. However, a most excellent substitute was found in the person of Mr. Ellery, who will undoubtedly be a "Methodist until he dies," but still went through the Episcopal service entirely satisfactory to those present. The Episcopalians most certainly are under obligations to the Reverend gentleman for his kind assistance on the occasion. We doubt if Easter Sunday was ever before so thoroughly observed in Morris as it was this season. Very few of our people there were who did not atteud services at one of the churches on that day. The day was pleasant and it was most thoroughly enjoyed by all of our citizens. W. C. Elilers has his feed mill run ning in good shape every Wednesday and Saturday at his shop. 7tf Chess Tournament. An interesting game of chess waa played in this city Monday afternoon between the Benson and Morris clubs. The following is the score: BENSON— Lost. Won. Hoban.. 3 1 CosgrotfeVt.: :.. S".Y: 2 Aldrich.. *. ......4 1 Clark 2 3 Thorson 1 2 Total 13.... 9 MOBBIS— Lost. Won. A. A. Stone 2 2 Ward Stone 4 Bevans 2 3 Dye 4 1 Reese 1 3 Total 9 13 The game was played in one of the rooms in the First National Bank building. At the close of the game a vote of thanks was tendered Presi dent Judson by the clubs for the use of the same. You can purchase nice hats at Miss Spooner's for the small sum of $150 also some elegant patterns in latest styles. 16tf The Population of Morris Is about 1,800, and we would say at least one half are troubled with some affection on the throat and luDgs, as those complaints are, according to sta tistics, more numerous than others. We would advise all our readers not to ne glect the opportunity to call on their drnggist and get a bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs. Trial size free. Large botjles 50c and $1. Sold by all druggists. Town of Framnas. Mr. Brown returned from Swanville last Saturday, where he has been en gaged in the wood business. Mr. Brandt has purchased tho farm lately occupied by Austin Hagen. Mr. Hagen will move-to Morris. M. O. Jacobson is employed'at A. L, Hegland's at present. Base ball season is arriving and the Scandia nine will play a game next Sunday to see if they have forgotten to hold their temper in case they get a little rattled. That's right, boys. The Young Folks Socioty will cele brate the 17th of May at Solseth's grove. Everybody invited. Farmers are all busy pressing down the golden grain. Karl Hanse is attending school at Willmar. Regan Bro's. Bread. We are perfectly safe in saying that the bread made by Regau Bros, of Minneapolis has a wider and more extensive reputation than any other ever made in the Nosthwest and this reputation has been gained simply on its merits. It is now acknowledged everywhere it is known to be tho best in the market. It is now being gen erally used by our citizens. S. G. Pulliam, of the City Restaurant? keeps a supply of this celebrated bread con stantly on hand, receiving it fresh from the bakery four times each week both rye and white bread and buns. Call for Regan Bros. Tin Tag Bread. Fine cake ordered when desired. Death of Edward McNally. Died, at The Morris hotel in this city, last Thursday afternoon, April 14th, 1892, Edward McNally, aged 20 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. John McNally of the town of Bakor, this county. The cause of tho death df young McNally was Bright's disease of tho kidneys in acuto form. Tho deceased came to this city on Saturday, the 9th inst., to consult with Dr. Sutherland in regard to his case. The Dr. made an examination and ascertained the difficulty he was la boring under, prescribed accordingly and had the young man put to bed. On Sunday his mother came in and remained with him until after his death. Monday and Tuesday he was better, and when the Dr. left for St. Paul Tuesday night he was resting quietly, with a good prospect of re covery, but was taken worse Wednes day night and died as above stated. The funeral was held on Saturday forenoon from tho Catholic church, and was attended by a large number of poople. Tho decoased was a young man of many good qualities, dearly beloved by his parents and other members of the family and relatives, and highly respected by numerous friends. It pains us to be called upon to re cord the death of one so young and promising and full of hope for the future, and to his afflicted family we extend our sincere sympathy. DENTISTRY. I will bo away from my office in Morris until May 16th. 18t3 JNO. W. HABBIS. Government Building in Morris. A bill has passed the United States senate, the general provisions of which are: To provide for post office buildings in all places where the gross receipts of tho post office for three successive years shall reach the sum of $3,000 each year. Should this bill pass the house and become a law Morris would be enti tled to and no doubt would soon have a government post office building erected here, as the receipts of our post office for two years ending June 30th, 1890,1891, were over $3,000 each year, the last year the amount being $3,219-29. Siuce the last date, instead of decreasing the receipts are increas ing, so that we shall clearly be enti tled to a government building when the above bill becomes a law. If the government constructs a building here of course it will be a good one—built of brick, costing, probably. $5,000 or $6,000, and per haps more. Alliance Meeting. An adjourned meeting of the Stev ens County Farmers' Alliance will meet at the court house in the village of Morris on Saturday, April 23d, at 2 o'clock p. m. A large meeting is expected as several important matters will come before the meeting. 17t2 WM. RIORDAN, Sec'y. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing be tween the undersigned, under the firm name of Christiansen & Flatner, is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. J. CHBISTIANSEN, M. O. FLATNEB. Morris, Minn., April 1,1892. 17t3 Works of Art by Twelve Famous Artists. Sometimes a magazine varies its plan of make-up for a single number, in a way that makes that issue unique. The Cosmopolitan published one num ber some months ago filled entirely with contributions from women. In the same way the May issue of the Cosmopolitan will be noteworthy on account of the change in the style of illustration. With hardly an excep tion the number is made of original works of art and all by the best artists that could be found. There has never been a number of any magazine that contained so high a class of illustra tion, and the names of Walter Crane, the English decorator, W. M. Chase, E. W. Kemble, F. Remington, C. S. Reinhart, etc., are enough to distin guish the issue alone. For Sale, An extra fine'yoke of work cattle. Inquire of E. J. JONES. Morris, April 20,1892. 18tf THE SKILL AND KNOWLEDGE Essential to the propuction of the most perfect and popular laxative remedy known, have enabled the Cal ifornia Fig Syrup Co. to achieve a great success in the reputation of its remedy, Syrup of Figs, as it is con ceded to be the universal laxative. For sale by all druggists. lm I have a large stock of boots and shoes. In this line of goods I lead. 14tf T. J. MOOBE. White Cochin. I have pure blood White Cochin hens and cockerels, and will sell eggs for hatching, 13 for $1.00. F. M. HESLER. Morris, April 20,1892. 18t4 For lame back, side or chest, use Shi lo's* Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents For sale by Hulburd & Co. Taken Up. Came onto the promises of the un dersigned iu the town of Morris, April 17,1892, three yearling calves: one black with white face one red, white star in face one speckled red and white. The owner is requested to call, prove property, pay charge friid take tfye same away. J. W. EDDY That hacking cough can be so quickly cured by Shilo's Cure. We guarantee it, Vot sale by Hulburd & CQ, For sale in this city only by T. A. Callahan, who has the right to sell in Stevens, Traverse, Grant, Swift, Pope and northern part of Big Stone county There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great Jjuauy years doctors pronounced it local disease and prescribed local rem jtfHes and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it insurable. Science has proven catajrli to be a constitutional disease and there fore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teasponful. It acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, E5p"Sold by druggists, 75c. Something New. E. J. Jones has on litfud a large stock of carpet felt. Before putting down your carpets after the spring house cleaning, you will do well to call at his place and see it. It is just the thing. 18tf Have You Weak Lungs? If you have, don't wait until the trouble becomes so agitating that nothing can help you, when you may so easily learn what will bo of imme diate and permanent benefit,—to you, or any of your friends having pul monary trouble,—through reading a splendid paper on "The Consump tives' Clime," published in Demorest's Family Magazine for May. This arti cle is haudsomely illustrated with numerous views of health resorts and other beautiful places in Colorado, and will interest every robust person, as well as those seeking congenial clime. 4-rr illustrated "paper on "The Grape-Fruit" is also seasonable, fut nishing valuable information regard ing this—to many—unfamiliar fruit especially about its beneficial qualities as an alterative in spring. "In Per sia's Palaces," with its many illustra tions, gives a comprehensive idea of woman's life in that eastern clime and other interesting and instructive articles are to be found in the May number of this great family magazine. Terms, $2 a year. W. Jennings Dem orest, 15 E. 14th street, New York. Koll & Rudnicki, Dealers in boots, shoes, hats, caps, gent's furnishing goods, Morris, Minn., give to every purchaser of $20 worth of goods the choice of one of the following presents: Home In structor, Life of Sherman, Life of Parnell, the Farmer's Encyclopedia- WHY WE DO IT. First—We we wish to express to our old customers our appreciation of their patronage. Second—We hope to induce a large number of new customers to trade with us at least long enough to test the quality of our goods, our prices, our reliability, and our way of doing business. We believe in enterprise and adver tising and that every one in business ought to use all honorable means to make his trade as large and his cus tomers as numerous as possible. Please bear in mind that we make no account of this offer. Wewillcontin ue to be headquarters for good goods and low prices and expect by increas ing our trade to be able to sell on a closer margin and to offer better bar gains than ever before. "V^e respectfully solicit your patron age and will take pleasure in present ing you with the premiums to which your purchases will entitle you. Take Notice. Wolff & Thoele sell tho Minneapo lis bindor. This is the only first class machine manufactured in Minnesota, and farmers should bear this iu mind, always patronize home manufacturers and especially when it is first class but be sure and give your order early or you may not be able to get one. 18ti Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoriaa LOST TIME. Newton, 111. From 1863 to 1885—about 12 years—I suffered with rheu matism of the hip. I was cured by the use Of ST. JACOBS OIL. T. C. DODD* The Champion Reversible, All Steel Road-Grader, The simplest, most perfect and com plete—loss number of parts to get otit of ordor—no tumbling rods and chains —the only straight, perfectly adjusti ble hind axle in existence. By the adjustible hind axle tho machine can be worked either to the right or the left, on side hill, or rough, stony ground. ALL RIGHT! ST. JACOBS OIL DID IT." Used In Millions of Homes—40 Years Uie Standard. LOSt, A hand bag, between town and tho railroad crossing 1J miles northwest of town, on Donnelly road. Finder will confer a favor by loaving same at TBIBUNE office. L.R. MACINTOSH. Will you suffer with dispepsia and liver complaint? Shiloh's* Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you. Sold by Hui burd & Co. Take Notice. Wolff & Thoele are selling the Min neapolis and Gaar Scott threshers, either of which cannot be excelled. They are in every respect first class machines, and all those who wish to buy should not fail to look them over before they engage any other machine 18t4 Cattle Herd. The undersigned will herd cattle on the southeast quarter of section 20, town of Baker, three miles south of Chokio. Parties putting cattle in my herd must have them branded skin deep or I will not be responsible for losses. Terms, $1.25 per head, for the season. Good range and plenty of good, pure water. C. 18t6 F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. W. BROWN. PantsI Pants!! Pants!!! Spring styles no shop worn goods. 14tf T. J. MOOBE. LARGEST BEER BREWERY in the WORLD Comparative Sales 1891. PABST—Milwaukee.... 790,290 bbls. Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis 602,078 PABST leads with... .188,212 bbls Croup, whooping cough and bronchitis immediately relieved by Shilo's Cure. Sold by Hulburd & Co. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria. UNFORTUNATE EVENTS. Two persons were killed in a cyclone near Petersburg, Va. Two earthquake shocks were felt in New York state Tuesday. The Washington Star newspaper office was destroyed by fire Wednesday morn ing. Henry Etterson's mercantile house at Leavenworth, Kan 'burned Tuesday night. Loss, $200,000 insured for half. One of the Chester mills at Cressona, Pa., was blown to atoms by an explo sion. No one was injured. Loss, $500. Seven men were killed by an explo sion at the Moosic, Pa. powder mills Wednesday. Seven others were badly injured. While the life-saving crew at Bandor, Or., were practicing, their boat capsized and Capt. Nelson and three of the crew of eight were drowned. Advices from Japan state that during the recent fire at Tokio, 6,000 houses were destroyed and between fifty and a hundred .persons lost their lives. Rev. O. Jacobson of Minneapolis flays: We have used White Beaver's Cough Cream as a family medicine for ten years and will therefore heartily and conscientiously recommend Cough Cream to all who suffer from colds, coughs and all diseases of the lungs. nllm6 PALO ALTO. Humphreys' Veterinary Specifics are now used on the stock farm of Gov. Stanford, the home of Sunol, Arion, Palo Alto, etc. This completes the list of prominent stock owners who have adopted the use of Hum phreys' Veterinary Specifics. Overton Post, Attention! There will be a regular meeting of Ov erton Post, G. A. R., at their headquar ters on FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 6,1892, at 7:30 o'clock. All members are request ed to be present. J. D. GILLESPIE Com. C. A. TErrEii, Adjt. A prominent merchant says, "I have sold Mcgrimine for over a year and guar anteed it to cure any headache without bad after effects and have not found a single case it did not relieve." For sale by Fritz Buckcntin, druggist. 34 Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath secured by Shlio's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal injector free. For sale by Hulburd & Co. Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, Prairio Scratches, Soro 1871. Nipple3 and Piles. It is cooling and soothing. Hundreds of cases have been cured i)y it after all other treatment had failed, tyis put up in 35 and 50 cent boxes* Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria- JX ,*jien!MKs9aac DRY PAINTER. All Work Guaranteed^ to be FirBt-Class. Shop on Sixth Street, a little East of Engine House, MORRIS, [MINN, afi^Ordorsmay be left ai Kerl & \Vatzko's Blacksmith Shop. What is Castoria is Dr# Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infanta and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing: Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays fevcrishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cores Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cares constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas« torla i# the Children's Panacea—the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its goodeffect upon their children." DB. G. C. OSGOOD, Lowell, Maw Castoria is the best remedy for children of Which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not far distant when mothers will consider the real IfitcreBt of their children, and uae Castoria in stead of the various quack nostrums which are dn-stroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby them to premature graves." Dm. J. 7. KmcszLom, Conway, Ark. TZ10 Ctntaor Company, T7 And Still in Trade Here, with an Extra Fine Stock of Ready-Made Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Gaps, Boots, Shoes, Crockery, Glassware, AND GROCERIES! Castoria. Castoria is so well adapted to children thai I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me/1 and Same as Heretofore. Also, Agent for the Celebrated Stoiiiton Wap, Norwegian Flow Company's Plow! New Brick Store, Atlantic Avenue. DIABLE! (2718) No. 7008, H. A. ABCBBK, 1L D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Our physicians in the children's depart ment have spoken highly of their experi ence in their outside practice with Castoria, although -we only h»ve among medical supplies what is known as regular products, yet we are free to confess that the merits of Castoria has won us to look with favor upon it." UjiixsD HoamAL AU DISPEHSAKX, Boston, Mam. AUMK C. SMITH, Pre*., Murroj NEW LUMBER YARD Street, N&r? Zork City. LdZOZFLPtlS, IMHISTN". HELGESON & WILCOX, Props. •DEALERS IN Lumber, Shingles, Lath Fence Posts, Sash, Doors & Mouldings. LIME, CEMENT AND PLASTERING HAIR. Yard on West Side of Railroad Track, Opposite Inter-State Elevator. 1892. Vol. 7. Imported FRENCH DRAFT STALLION, WILL MAKE THE SEASON AS FOLLOWS: Mondays and Tuesdays, Tlios. Smits, Town of Baker. Wednesdays and Thurdays, Wm. Maxwell's, John son's Station. Fridays and Saturdays, Town of Soott, at my barn. TERMS—To Insure, $18.00 Season, $12.00, to be Paid at Time of Service, Mares disposed of before foaling must be settled for at once and will be con sidered in foal. Service fee will be due as soon as mares arc known to be iu foal ftfyl must be settled for. All mares at owner's risk. Season Ends July 1st, 1892. H. W. HODGEMAN, Groom. H. HUBER, PRACTICAL House, Sign & Carriage MILO CAMP, Prop. FREE-SHLmMN •flNnHMHOfli Young- or OUi—why TVO^IP t!mo and money v iih v.vrtl\W- r\p:- iM\r :vnu*i!ios. when I vili svnii you oa!o1 fKKK ho rirtu-i of a newly discovered vomedy whioh spoodily and l'KKXA NEV'fLY CI'KKS lost or tailing |*wor. impotcncy. wasting weakness, laek of development, emissions ana varicocele. Write at once and lv vonr own physician. Address CliAKL£S GAUS, Marshall, IVllch. Arp} h\\\ IS.. S.1JS .1 Before. After. Lots. The accompanying statement.wdgfctHo lb® sw ibs?tlb« of my weight and measure- nUrt 43 in. monts will show the results of, 83 in. iota. Waist.. 4s in. 81 in. 11 la. live months'treatment. iHip*.,.. 53 m. 40 in. is In. PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL CONFIDENTIAL. iUralffj, A21 »lth no starTlnir, Inconvenience, or b*d F^r particulars atlJrew, with is cent# in stamps. 9K.9.«. r. unci. M-vicKin TIUTEI. CIICMQ M.