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Bib. JCDSON, President.
K. A. Risurti, Vloe-Prei't. L.O. Hoi.ia^TUB, OftsMcr. THE FIRST NATIONAL Ml OK nonius, miwm sota. Oitpitul $30,000.00 ThU Dank conducts* «c»crul 12: V a. :M. 1:8-1 3:00 Ar. HuirkhiB tind Exchange Biijiliim. Money to Lob-hon Cufttfcel or Psrson®! Security, in any Amount* De sired. Loans Negotiated en Improved Farms. WUh ft l.fxtsfohv t-no*tvwel Oa^WnM we luavo setter fctoUttrtes ot iVU iVf»irtmeirl« of bQal nemthuu ever. We P&J SftVb»gs Ikwvk Rates on lime lt»ooMt«. \Vvc oatv place more Monoy ou Improved Farms, nt Hetter liuifo* Uxui evo». We MU vrttc Insai.-vnoe 1o suoh strong companion nn the Ni\t1onwl of Hartford. St. Vuul Fife and Marine,and Commercial Union. We ha* ttve Afsnw for all R»U»oad Unmts In SYis TV«iivffy, tile Ctveapest L«w»(li» now for "we We the Agauoy fo* the strongest Aeciil^nt Wiuram't' I'ompanj* Wnthe orlit— The Tfa^eter-1 n*n»anee Oo. of Hartioia, hi wlvleh (uvKleftt i n summit* ia writ Ion 0X1 Uateetw, ^ood flrom owe day to thirty, or oil Policies frocvflor one ye«», witto weekly ta*» ilenifiitv In PAIO of 1«Jnvy. This Is fto mntiwiV'oom^-naiy.birt fins tJie 0AS5T o pay tt%l losses. IXSUK® I* T1PE THAVKLBJIS. Wen-spec^rntlv solicit the account.*of '.fcoroh a 1-1 whohave dealinufwith I'mnkMu flU* S Motion o/th«Stati'. Collections a Specialty. Rail roatl Timo Tablo. No. 9. 6:30 p. m. t.V 7:10 10:33 11:47 White lead at Hulburd & Co's. It A, No. 10 St. Paul. \r. 7:15u. "•Minneapolis. 6:95 Wlllmsir. 2:W Beneon. 1 Morris. 13:5" Herman. 13:07 Broekenridge. Lv. 10:40p. No. 8 leaves Morris for St. dally, at 13:01 p. m. No. 7 arrives from St. Paul at 2:50 p. m. BROWNS VAILKV BRANCH. Arrives at 11:80 a. m. Leaves at 8:00 p. m. NORTHERN PACIFIC. IiPBves at 7:C0 p. in. Arsivcs at 5:30 p. m. lineal Hotcs. Wke^t—No. 1 Northern, 71c. Boiled oil, cheap, at Hulburd& Co's James K., the two }'ears old sou of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kane, died yes terday- Gardens about town are being plowed, but the weather is a little too cool to put in "garden sass" seed just yet. G. Kohler has had an addition built to his dwelling house on East Fourth street and other improvements made. Henry Baldwin, who was elected assessor for this city this spring re fused to qualify, and the city council appointed J. D. Gillespie to that posi tion. Col. Taisey of Donnelly was in town Monday with his elegant horse, Billy Golddust. Billy attracted much at tention and was greatly admired by all who saw him. Children's bicycles, tricycles and velocipedes at Good's furniture store, for sale cheap. Chicago price, at Greatest variety of baby carriages ever shown outside of the cities at J. D. Good's furniture store. Prices re markably low We do not want to flatter the as sessors of the different towns in this county, but we must say that taken collectively, as we saw them at the court house last Saturday, they are a good-looking, intelligent set of men. Wall paper continues to sell at cost, at Hulburd & Co's. H. E. Clark is having a barn built on his lots corner of California avenue and Second street, and also having his house newly papered. When completed it will be occupied by the editor of the TRIBCNE and family. Are you in need of a dre3s shirt or a working shirt, if so, call at our store and see the largest and best made up line? We know that our prices will give satisfaction. 19t3 J. E. DANIELSON. About 200 more volumes of new books have recently been ordered by the library board for our village libra ry. When these books are received our city will have one of the best libraries in the state, outside of the big: cities. A farmer friend requests us to call the attention of Stevens county farm ers to the matter of organizing a mu tual insurance company in this county, for the purpose of insuring crops against destruction by hail and other storms. It strikes us as a good idea, and we should be pleased to hear from our fanners upon this subject. Browns Valley is to have water work3, sure, and the project of an electric light plant is now under con sideration. Morris don't want either of these foolish innovations. Our surface wells and kerosene lamps are good enough. If in need of a nice, good quality, neat fitting shce, call and see our $2.25,12.75 and $3.00 gents fine shoes. 19fc3 J. E. DANJELSONN, Killing wolves in Stevens county is a p:ofitable business, at 35 a head. On April 80th the county paid T. P. Cory $160 for wolves' heads Guy Eddy, $15. On April 21st $250 was paid, and during the month of April the total amount paid out for wolves killed was $660. At this rate it is more profitable for our farmers to breed wolves than it is to breed sheep. PBRSONAL8. J. D. Good has become an expert bicyolist. C. C. Gray of St. Paul was in town Tuesday. Attorney Stevens of Graoeville was in town Saturday. Hon. A. S. Crossfield came ov«r from Browns Valley yesterday. Al. Stewart was selling goods to our merchants last Saturday. E. E. Solseth, Sr., of Framnas, was seen on our streets Monday, L. O. Hollister recently purchased a fine driving mare in St. Paul. County Attorney Bohuibach of Wheaton was in town Saturday. J. B. Hodgson and W. H. Towns end came down from Herman yester day. Mr. and Mrs. C. A, Dushok of The Morris returned from their eastern trip Saturday. J. D. Good, J. D. Gillespie, M. P. Morris and Anton E. Anderson ai'o attending a meeting of the grand lodge of Workmen in St. Paul. Judge Fenton of Haucock was in town Saturday, having business at the court house. T. H. Hogle, representing Wright, Barrett & Stihvell, St. Paul, registered at The Morris Monday. J. D. Good went to the cities Satur day, and will buy another carload of furniture before returning. S. C. Lafliu, a very pleasant gentle man, representing the firm of E. C. De Witt & Co., of Chicago, was doing business in town Saturday. Col. A. H. Taisey of Douuolly wont, to St. Paul Monday night to meet his wife, who was returning from Cali fornia, where she spent the past winter. E. B. Woodward left Monday night for Chicago on business. While gone he will visit his old home in Michigan and also stop few days in the World's Fair city. David Rose, our jolly Scotch friend of Donnelly, was in town Monday and informed us that two families—four teen in all—recently arrived here from Scotland and have bought fawns in his neighborhood, where they will make their future homes. Quite an addition to Donnelly. We were pleased to receive a call on Monday from our good natured friend Henry Fels of the town of Moore, with whom we had half an hour's talk about early times in Stevens county. Mr. Fels settled in Moore in July, 1872, when there were only three set tlers in that town, and he related sev eral very interesting incidents of those early days in this county. Mr. Cressy will preach at the Camp school house next Sunday at 2:30 p.m. weather being favorable. All invited. If you wish to purchase the best gasoline stove in the market call at Good's furniture store. He has sev eral different styles and patterns—all good and reliable. Mrs. L. R. Pratton, Rockford, HI., writas: "From personal experience I can recommend De Witt's Sarsaparilla, a cure for impure blood and general de bility." Hulburd & Co. Splendid lot of carpets—new fashionable patterns—at Good's niture store. and fur- One hundred head of cattle—one and three years old—left here yester day, to be driven to Browns Valley and thence over into Dakota, where they will be herded during the sum mer. These cattle were purchased by James Kennedy for western parties, and among the lot were some of the best young cattle we have seen this season. The N. P. train leaves Morris [now at 7 a. m., instead of 7:35 as formerly. It is a fixed and immutable law that to have good, sound health one must have pure, rich and abundant blood. There is no shorter nor surer route than by a course of De Witt's Sarsaparilla. Hul burd & Co. Victor of Rockford 3679, bred by John C. Huston of Blandensville, 111., was sold yesterday by H. W. Stone & Co. to the Burns Bros, of Johnson Station. Victor is a most magnificent Clydesdale and weighs 2,200 pounds. When in Minneapolis, lunch at Regan's Bakery and Lunch rooms, 209 and 325 Nicollet Ave. Low prices and the finest bakery in the west. Their bread is very fine and is sold in Morris by S. G. Pulliam, who receives orders for cakes, macaroons, etc., for weddings and parties, or you can or der by mail direct to Regan's Bakery. 20m 3 In our advertising colums appears an illustration of an Austin Steel Re versible Road Machine made by the F. C. Austin Muf. Co., of Chicago, 111. One of these machines with 2 men and 4 to 6 horses will do more work, and in a better manner, than 20 with 20 teams, scrapers and plows, and yet in many of our towns the roads are still worked out in the same old slipshod extravagant manner. F. E. Newell of this city is agent for these mashines. Bright people are the quickest to rec ognize a good thing and buy it. Wo sell lots of bright people the Little Early Risers. If you are not bright these pills will make you so. Hulburd & Co. We call especial attention to our notions. Everything needed in that line can be obtained at our store, Our line of hosiery this season is simply immense, and so far as low prices are concerned will bear inspec tion. J. E. DANIELSON, 19t3 !|Wlia^t4^iP^..i!^^Ji^^ About Morris—A Good Story. Wo copy the following from the Banuor, published at Royalton, Mor rison county, this state: Ou our return from the Sisseton reservation we stopped over a day at Morris. Morris is a lively little town aud took our eye completely. We have no hesitation in pronouncing it the best of the half dozen towns we visited on our trip. It is beautifully laid out, has handsome and substau tial buildings, and, bettor than all, is blessed with enterprising business men. Natural advantages have much to do with the growth aud prosperity of cities, but not all. The liberal, in telligent, broad-minded business man is an indispeusable factor in city buildiug. Wo had the pleasure of meeting a number of business men among them Mr. J. D. Good, who keeps the leading hardware and fur niture store there. Mr. Good is one of the old citizons of that place. He is a jolly, whole-souled fellow, and from all appearances has plonty of this world's goods, in spite of numerous reversos. He took delight in showing us arouud. Learning that we wore from Royalton he inquired after "Bill" Dragoo. "Bill used to live here ten or twelvo years ago," said he, "and was for a time high sheriff of Stevens count}'. He afterwards moved to Villard, I think, and from there to Royalton. Everyone liked Bill. Let me tell you a good joko we got oil him once. He was running a hardware store and tin shop, and, in connection with my other business, I had a feed store. A young fellow from Alexandria namod Chittenden was Mr. Dragoo's tinner. One day Chittenden came over to the store and got to scuffling with one of my clerks. Chittenden was a slim fellow and no match for my man, who un ceremonious^ took the tinner and rolled him around in the feed bin, which was in the back end of the store. When Bill heard about it he was mad and came right over, and in a language more forcible than elegant wanted to know how many it had taken to put Chittenden in the feed, and perhaps they would like to put him in the feed, and if so their chance was good, and he defied the whole house to try it. There were five or six present and we grabbed him and carried him bodily to the feed bin, in spite of his kicks and protests, and there we kept him for a half an hour. Wo rolled and rolled him in the feed, we poked it down his neck and stuffed it in his bosom we filled his trousers witlifit and rubbed it in his hair and whiskers. At length he got good na tured, admittod we had the best of it, and we let him out. Oh, what a sight he was! He looked like a stuffed man! As he walked down the street he left two streaks of feed behind him you could have tracked him for a mile. Bill and I always got along first-rate and I was sorry to have him move away. Give him my regards." If dull, spiritless and stupid if your blood is thick and sluggish if your ap petite capricious and uncertain, you need a sarsaparilla. For best results take De Witt's. Hulburd & Co. I have a large stock of boots and shoes. In this line of goods I lead. 14tf T. J. MOOBE. Do not forget that we always have a well selected stock of groceries at bottom prices. 5tf J. E. DANIELSON. REAL ESTATE. In another part of this paper will be found a list of land offered for sale by me. Remember that this is only a part of my list. If you don't see what you want, call for it. I can get you any land there is for sale in this county, just as cheap as you can buy it from the owner, and often cheaper. J. A. JOHNSON, 19t2 Morris, Minn. Dress Goods. In this department we are prepared to show some of the latest novelties in woolen goods, silk mixtures also cot ton fabrics of every desirable make. 19t3 J.E. DANIELSON. Mr. Cressy, at the Methodist church last Sunday morning, delivered a most thoughtful, and to us, a very in teresting sermon. The subject was, in fact, "The Wants of the Body and Soul," a subject which presents to a mind like Mr. Cressy's many noble and sublime ideas, and suggests com parisons of the most striking charac ter. The body may be supplied with all the comforts, luxuries and pleas ures of this world, but still the long ings of the soul are not satisfied, and never can be until it is blessed with that righteousness for which it thirst eth. THE BEST protection against sudden changes in the weather is to purify the blood with AYER'S Sarsaparilla It vitalizes and enriches the life-current, and makes the weak strong. Has Cured Others will cure you. Planting Corn. EDITOR TBIBUNE:—As the time to plant corn is near, a little corn talk will uot bo out of plaoe. When is the best time to plant corn? I think it should be planted as soon as the ground is in good condition, or any time from the first to the fiftoentli of May. I would rather run the risk of a frost after planting in the spring than to risk the early frost that we sometimes have in the fall, before the corn has ripened. How to plant corn is a subject upon which much has been said. There is a difference of opinion and always will be. It is every man's privilege to plant corn his way and enjoy his own opin ion in regard to planting corn, yet I believe there is no man so perfect that there is no chance for improvement. I believe mau w as made to progress continually. When I was a boy I was givon a pail of corn with a handful of pumpkin seeds mixod in, and I was to drop just five kernels in a hill, aud I must place them about four inches apart, and many times have I been callod baok to pick up the sixth or drop the fifth kernel. In those day corn was all covered with the hoe and every hill after being covered must be stamped with the hoe. This method of pressing the ground with the hoe is not so laughable as the manner of dropping, becauso in a dry season the ground will hold moisture much bet ter if pressed down. In those days corn after being cultivated was hoed by hand, weeds all pulled out of the hills and dirt piled up around the corn to prevent it from blowing down By the above method of planting and cultivating from 25 to 40 bushels of shelled corn were raised from one acre of ground. There has been great improvement made in the method of planting and cultivating corn. Instead of the old method of planting by the hand we have the two-horse check row planter, and in place of the old hand hoe we have the two-horse wheel cultivator, and by the present methods it is pos sible to raise 125 and 150 bushels per acre. This amount is not the average, but it is the amount that has been raised, and what has been done once can be done again in corn raising. Stevens county is not considered as good a country for corn as it is for wheat, yet I believe the soil in Stevens county, if properly manured and cul tivated, is capable of producing 100 bushels per acre. I will leave it to the judgment of any good prosperous farmer to say whether it is not better to highly ma nure and thoroughly cultivate one acre of land and raise 100 bushels of corn, than it is to spend more time on two acres without manure and raise 60 or 80 bushels of inferior corn. Any man who will be to the trouble to plant one acre of corn, one-half of which shall be heavily manured, and the other half have no manure, at harvest time he will find the manured half will have double the amount of corn, of a better grade, and it will ripen about two weeks earlier than the half without manure. More manure, less acres and better cultivation will make a great improvement and be a great benefit to the corn growers of Stevens county. There is one more improvement that can be made. The old Yankee method of planting five kernels in a hill may be all right for the Yankee or Flint corn, but with the Dent corn it is quite different two stalks is the right num ber for each hill never allow more than three to grow, and I would rather have only one than to have four stalks in each hill. I have the best success raising corn on land that has first been well ma nured, plowed deep, dragged until thoroughly pulverized, marked 3| feet each way, set the planter so it will not drop more than three kernels, and give thorough cultivation and am fully convinced that it will pay any man that raises corn to -go Something New. E. J. Jones has on hand 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 DENTISTRY. Dr. Harris will bo in his office in Morris on Monday afternoon, May 16, to remain two weeks. Eggs will be taken at Miss Spoon er's in exchange for goods. 16tf A fine line of silverware, just re oeived at the Morris jewelry store. Best paint sold at Hulburd & Co's. Hammocks of all stylos aud prices, at Hulburd & Co's. A largo and elegant stock of latest styles of wall paper, just received this week, at Hulburd & Co's. Piles of furniture arriving daily at Good's. "Late to bed and early to rise will Shorten the road to your home in the skies." But early to bed and a "Little Early Riser," the pill that makes life longer and better and wiser. Hulburd & Co. Town of Framnas. Bain and snow was the program last week. Mr. and Mrs Ettesvold visited their son-in-law, John Elf berg of Hoffman, last Saturday. Miss Annie Carlson of Morris visit ed at Hegland's Sunday. A game of base ball was played by the Scandia nine and a picked up nine last Sunday. Score, 17 to 22 in favor of the Scandia nine. N. E. Solseth is treating his new house to a coat of paint. Syvert Larson has completed the construction of his new barn. Hie Stevens County Auxiliary will meet on Saturday of this week at 2:30 p. m., in the parlors of The Morris A general attendance is desired. Mas. L. E. The assessors of the different towns of the county met at the county audi tor's office in this city last Saturday to agree on a basis for making assess ments. House and Lot For Sale. I offer my house and lot, located on Park avenue, west side, for sale. For terms apply to Just received, a fine new hats, latest style. 14tf through his field with the hoe when the corn is six inches high and hoe the weeds out around the hill. This accords with my theory of one acre well cultivated and a good crop, instead of two acres poorly cultivated and a poor crop. S. B. SMITH. At the M. E. church next Sunday Mr. Cressy will preach in the morning on "Confession and Pardon." In the evening at 8 o'clock the subject will be "A Good Name Better than Riches." Everybody welcome. LABORING itiENI TAKE CARE! Xaoos Trm'n: is cobtlyi ..y\ \V'A PEABCE, MB'S. MABIA HAGEN, Morris, Minn., May 2,1892. 20t3 Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond the reach of medicine. They often say, 'Oh, it will wear away," but in most cases it wears them away. Could they be induced to try the successful medicine called Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, they would immediately see the excellent effect after taking the first dose, Price 50c and $1. Trial size free. At all druggists. You can purchase nice hats at Miss Spooner's for the small sum of $1-50 also some elegant patterns in latest styles. 16tf White Cochin. I have pure blood White Cochin hens and cockerels, and will sell eggs for hatching, 13 for $1-00. F. M. HESLEB. Morris, April 20,1892. 18t4 DENTISTRY. I will be away from my office in Morris until May 16th. 18t$ JNO. W. HABBIS. The Homeliest Man in Morris. As well as the handsomest, and others are invited to call on any druggist and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, a remedy that is selling entirely upon its merits and is uaranteed to relieve and cure all Chronic and Acute Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption. Large bottles 50 cents and $1. assortment of T. J. MOOBE. When you want to buy a suit of clothes or a suit of underwear, or a hat cheap, give us a call. 19t3 J. E. DANIELSON. A nice line of jewelry, just received, at the Morris jewelry store- Genuine Roger's knives or forks, $1.50 per set, at the, Morri| jewelry store. Some of the Grand Army boys may be interested in the following from Alex. B. Pope, A. D. C., commander Dep't Tenn. and Ga. He says: We have had an epidemic of whooping cough here, (Stewart, Tenn.,) and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been the only remedy that has done any good." There is no danger from whooping cough when this remedy is freely given. It completely controls the disease. Fifty cent bottle for sale by Fritz Buckentin, Morris, and Thorpe & Tolifson, Hancock. lm WHEN TRAVELING Whether on pleasure bent, or business, take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly and effectively on the kidneys, liver and bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and other forms of sickness. For sale in 50 cents and $1 bottles by all lead ing druggists. A. Youngberg of Donnelly was in town Friday. He informed us that one of his mares dropped a five legged Patchen colt recently, the fifth leg being connected with one of the fore legs. Dr. Bullis of Grant county was sent for and amputated the fifth leg, and to all appearances the colt is do ing well and may make a notable mark as a trotter, notwithstanding that it has lost one of its legs. ST. JACOBS OIL, Sec'y GRtfAX.. REMEDY FOR PAIN, ... cvi\~a fifiiaJWATisWi E.vuvj, Ci'ta, Wcands, Soreness, flings, Backache, Neu Qsrns. ... 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 havo 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. W. 18t§ BBOWN. Pants! Pants!! Pants!!! Spring styles no shop worn goods. 14tf T.J. MOOBE. LARGEST BEER BREWERY in the WORLD Comparative Sales 1801. PABST—Milwaukee... .790,290 bbls. Anlicuser-Buscli, St. being The Inter-State elevator is painted. Some Foolish. People Iiouls.. ..602,078 PABST leads with....188,212 bbls The runaway of a double team on Atlantic avenue Monday evening oc casioned some excitement. The two lots on East Fourth street, just west of Frank Zahl's residence, have been purchased of O.C Hanson by John B. Johnson. Some very fine horses are being brought to our city one of the latest is Black Beauty, owned by L. O. Hol lister, and recently purchased by him in St. Paul. A band stand is to be erected on the right of way opposite The Morris. Rev. O. Jacobson of Minneapolis says: 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 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. PEPPER, Adjt. 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. 1871. Skin Chamberlain's Eye and Ointment. A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples and Piles. It is cooling and soothing. Hundreds of cases have been cured toy it after all other treatment had failed* put up in 85 and 60 cent bosses* Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Extender 2d, Five Years Old, the HaiMetonian-Morgaii STALLION, Will stand at the MORRIS DRIVING PARK, in charge of JAY II. COE. Terms, $15.00 to Insure. H. W. STONE & CO. 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 Specifies. Street Supervisor McConville has commenced repairing sidewalks good idea. i WiM fin 'i' iwWBWM———U W 13 I&A S3 Used in Millions of Homes—-40 Years the Standard TTOitir I What is Castoria is £r* Sainuei I'itciiprescription for Infants 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 Soar Curd, cares 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* toria is the Children's Panacea—the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil dren. Mothers have repeatedly told, me of its good effect upon their children/1 DB. G. C. OSGOOD, Lowell, Mnai 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 interest of their children, and use Castoria in stead of UJC varlouBquock nostrums wlilcli are destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby sending them to premature graves." Da. J. F. KOICHXLOB, Conway, Ark. NEW LUM And Still in Trade Here, with an Extra Fine Stock of vt^ Ready-Made Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Crockery, Glassware, AND- GROCERIES! PRICB3S Same as Heretofore. Also, Agent for the Celebrated Mtoi lip, and Norwegian Plow Company's New Briok Store, Atlantic Avenue. Samuel Larson. CMABL (2718) No. 7008, Vol. 7. Imported FRENCH DRAFT STALLION, -WILL MAKE THE SEASON AS FOLLOWS: Mondays and Tuesdays, Thos. Smits, Town of Baker. Wednesdays and Thurdays, Wm. Maxwell's, John son's Station. PRACTICAL House, Sign & Carriage 3PAINTER. All Work Guaranteed to be First-C^®5?. v Shop on Sixth Street, a little IsVkt of Engine House, MORRIS, |MINN, MaT"Orders may be left at Kerl & Watake's Blacksmith Shop* Fridays and Saturdays, Town of Soott, at my barn. TERMS—To Insure, $18.00 Season, $12.00, to be Paid at Time of Servioe. Mares disposed of before foaling must be settled for at once and will be con sidered in foal. Service fee will be due as 600n as mares are known to be in foal and must be settled for. All mares at owner's risk. Season Ends July 1st, 1892. H. W. HODGEMAN, Groom. H. IIUBER, Castoria. Castoria is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." The Centaur Company, 17 Murray Street, New York City. HELGESON & WILCOX, Props. -DEALERS I1V- Lumber, Shingles, Lath Fence Posts, Sash, Doors & Mouldings. LIME, CEMENT AND PLASTERING HAIR. Yard on West Side of Railroad Track, Opposite Inter-State Elevator. H. A, ARCHER, 3L D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Our physicians in the children's depart ment have spoken highly of their experi ence in their outside practice with Castoria, and although we only have among our ineaioal BuppUes wliat is known as regular products, yet we are free to confess that the merits of Castoria has wen us to look with tairoc upon it." UXITKD HOSPXTUI AMD DlSPKVSAST, Boston,: ALLOT C. SMITH, Pres., U I I i iMiiisnsr. Plow! MILO CAMP, Prop. FPEi SHE TO MEN £3 fc'1 sjgga "1 I "TilII" II IH Illl 1 ULJ VoTintv ov O'.tl—.Thy vajtotim* nnii i 1 will M'tuiou iM'iiioii l-KKK iiu pivsvr-ii'tiou ncwlv discovered romody whioh ppvt'dily and FKHMA-oCit NENTI.Y OUKKS lost or failing power. irapoTeney, wasting weakness, lack of development, emissions and Tarieoeele. Write at oneo and Ito your own physieian. Address CUAJttiacs UAU3, Marshall, Mich. Flf^SI AM. Argylc.v. is pays:I After. LOM. The nccomp.myinK etutoment'WeiehtsJcifcs sss ibi :sib» of my weight find measure-1Bu«t.... 43 in. 33 in. 10 lo. Jnollts Will slu-.w thO results of \v*!st.. 4$ in. Slln. 11 in. ilvo rjontiis' treatment. iHipt.... 53 in. 40 in. 13 in. PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL. CONFIDENTIAL. Harming*, and with no ktnrvtnff, Inconvenience, or bad effects. For ptrtfeuiars adores*, with 6 cent* la ctampc, BR. 0. «. F. J8YIEI. M'VICKIR'S THEftTEI. CIICHI ILL