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WE OAU VRMC XN^IUIXUTM) IN AAOFRI STRONG oou\vt^l« a3 t.l»e Nt\Monivl of Xlavtforu, St. Vaul Fife nnJ Murine, and Commercial We ha*o tlve for all RaUtoaQ Lands lu vJotnlty, OJie Cheapest taoft« now fctt hrtye tbe AgtMioy t'o# tlvo -whdch aooldeftt Insurance is strongest AooiJont rn»urance Company U\ tfie World TheTfaveier* 'Infuvanoe Oo. of Haflfoii), 1« written oft tlitktjt's, uaoil firofn oise day to Uvtrvy, or on roVlcie* k«hh1 ki* one year, den fifty In ease witti weekly ot tav- iavjary. Tliln Is Ho "mnlaai'V'omiHwiy.UM^riajtUie CASH to pay a) 1 tosses. ISFFLTRB IN TIDE TKAVBLRHB. WerospeoSfriHy jolicH the acoo»mfjtof M«ral« anls,»i»a itW wholidvedeallnjjrwitli&knkploWil* iootlon c*ithe State. OoHection« a Speolalty. Railroad Time Table. No. 10 .\r. St. Paul. 7:15 a 6:35 2:K) 1:4«V 12:50 Minneapolis. Will in nr. lie neon. Mo.-rls. Herman. 13:1*7 Breekenrklge. LV 10:40 p. No. 8 leaves Morris for St. Paul, dally, nt. 13:01 p. m. No. 7 arrives from Sul'^ul at 3:15 p. m. BROWNS VALLEY BRANCH.* Arrives at 11:80 a. m. Leaves at 3:00 p. NORTHER:? PACIFIC. Leaves at 7:00 a. ui. Arrives at 5:30 p. in. ^ocal Jlotcs. Wheat—No. 1 Northern, 73c. Bain and mud—mud and rain. A nice line of jewelry, just received, at the Morris jewelry store. Eggs will be taken at Miss Spoon er's in exchange for goods. 16tf A party of our business men had a ten hours session of cinch playing Monday. We understand that a K- P. lodge will be instituted here next Tuesday knives or forks, Morris jewelry The W. C. T. U. will meet Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs- C. E. Camp. A large attendance is requested. There will be a union gospel tem perance meeting at the Congregation al church Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Everybody is invited to come. Anyone wishing to purchase a house and three-quarters of au acre of land cheap, can do so by applying to Mrs. Maria Hagen, of this city.- If iu need of a nice, good quality, neat fitting shoe, call and see our $2.25, $2.75 and $3.00 gents fine shoes. 19t3 J. E. DANIELSONN. The only excuse we have to offer for not having more local items this week is that it has been too wet and muddy to circulate around town and look them up. Mr. Cressy will preach next Sunday morning at the M- E. church on "The Gospel to the Weary." Young peo ple's meeting at 7:15 in the evening. No public service in the evening. A railing placed on either side of the high side walk between Fourth and Fifth street on Oregon avenue, would be a good thing for pedestrians of a dark night, when the kerosene lamps refuse to shine. Are you in need of a dress 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. DANIELSOX. The Morris Driving Park Associa tion will put a schedule of races on the boards for July 2d, 4th- The premiums will be liberal and will attract all the leading horsos in Western Minnesota. A combined effort will be made by all the owners of running horses to down Lillie's string on those days. Lillie will race the state and the entire Northwest at this meeting for big money. All of the delegations to the con gressional convention held here last week were composed of wide-awake Republicans, but in all justice we must say that the Pope county dele gation was entitled to the blue ribbon as the wide-awakest, get-up-and-get delegation present. After having se cured the delegate to the national convention their enthusiasm was boundless. In fact, they were, like the old maid after being married— too happy to be comfortable." It is gratifying to say that the large number of gentlemen who at tended the congressional convention in this city last week expressed them selves as being greatly pleased with the treatment they received here, and more especially with the hotel accom modations. We talked with members of all of the delegations from the dif ferent counties, and, without excep tion, everyone spoke in the highest praise of Morris and the kindly man ner in which they were received. PERSONALS. Aug. Stoneberg of Herman ^as our city yesterday. Emil Nelson, the Donnelly rner* chant, was in town yesterday. S. A. Flaherty and W. C. Bicknell are attendiug court at Ortonville. School Superintendent Macintosh favored us with a call on Saturday. O. C. Hanson and John House went to Litchfiold today to attend a mason ic meeting. Mr. E. J. Jones' father and mother of West Superior have been visting here the past few days. Mr. Kitchell, who has the express run between hero and St. Paul, has moved his family from Bauson to .QUIT city. Charley Dablow and father were among the callers at our ottiee on Sat urday. The old gentleman and wife are going to move into our city. Col. W. M. Leggett, railroad and warehouse commissioner, was iu town Friday and bought three Red Polled registered cattle of W. Stone & Co. 1 y:: Editors Brynildsen of the Gracevillo Transcript, Belyea of the Elbow Lake Herald, (and Aldrich of the Benson Standard, attended the Republican congressional convention held here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Camp attended the funeral of Mr. Camp's brother, Maj. Geo. A. Camp, last Friday. There was an immense concourse of people present, including many of the most prominent people in the state. G. A. R. There will be a special meeting of Overton Post next Friday evening, May 13th, at 8 o'clock. Arrangements for Decoration Day will be mado and a full attendance is requested. J. D. C. ILLESPIE, A. PEPPER, Com. Adjt. A fine line of silverware, Just re ceived at the Morris jewelry store. Do not forget that Ave always have a well selected stock of groceries at bottom prices. 5tf J. E. DANIELSON. Special Excursion Rates. The official route of the Supreme Lodge, A. O. U. W., from St. Paul to Helena, is via the Great Northern. Special train leaves St. Paul June 12th, at 9 a. m. Round trip via this or regular train $40, with choice of various routes returning. The same rate also applies to the Mining Con gress, July 12th, and the National Encampment Sons of Veterans, Aug ust 8th, both at Helena- For particu lars inquire of L. A. Hamblen, agent, who will furnish information regard ing the half fare rates, via the Great Northern, from this place to Minne apolis during the National Republican Convention. 21t2 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. 2GM3 Bounty on Wolves. EDITOR TRIBUNE:—I notice by the last issue of your paper that $660 was paid out of the treasury of Stevens county during the month of April just past for wolves killed in this coun ty. Now I venture the assertion that three genuine wolves have not been killed in Stevens county during past year. A large number of foxes have been killed, and I have heard men boast of palming off fox scalps on the county auditor for scalps of wolves. This thing should be stopped. An expert should be employed to desig nate between a fox and a wolf. It is quite probable that nearly a thousand dollars will be paid out this year for what is sworn to be wolves' scalps. This bounty,on wait scalps should be looked into. A FARMER. It is a fixed und 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 Do Witt's Saraaparilla. Hul burd & Co. Important Notice. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, ST. CLOUD, Minn-, May 6, '92. THOS. THOMASSOX, ESQ., Morris, Minn. Dear Sir:—By department circular of April 29,1892, we are advised that: See the commutation of timber cul ture entries, the notice of intention to offer such proof must lie published in the same manner as in final proof on entries made subsequent to Sept. 15,1887, no matter what may be the date of the original entry." If a day has been designated for the submission of such proof in any case, and the proof has not yet been taken, you will advise the party that publica tion of notice of intention to submit such proof will be required." You will, therefore, require parties contemplating making such proof to give notice by publication, as in final proof on homestead entries. Respectfully, A. BARTO, tion*. Register. 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 J. E. DANIELSON. 19t3 Congressional Convention. The Republican convention for the Seventh Minnesota congressional dis trict met in Morris May 4th, 1892, for the purpos of electing two delegates and two alternates to the Republican national convention. Convention called to order at p. in. by H. W. Donaldson of Kittson county, chairman of the congressional committee. E. E. Corliss of Otter Tail was elected temporary chairman, and John McCallum of Big Stone was elected secretary. On motion the chairman appointed the following oommittees: Credentials- -Foss of Grant, Thomp son of Polk, Flood of Traverse, Bick nell of Stevens, Thorson of Popo, Permanent Organization--Donald son of Kittson, Barrows of Otter Tail, Hill of Big Stone, Hanson of Wilkin, Aaker of Pope. Resolutions—Stevens of Stevens, Comstock of Clay, Peterson of Pope, Williams of Otter Tail, Mantague of Polk. The committe on credentials report e 1 the following list of delegates en titled to seats in the convention, which report was adopted: BECKER COUNTY. W. J. Morrow, Emery Caye, D. C. Carson, T. W. Chilton, S. S. McKinley, F. T. Sotre. BIG STONE. John McCallum, J. D. Ross, Jac. Brynildsen, R. J. Hill, L. W. Lind strom. S. G. Comstock, M. Syron, A. A. W7hite, John Erickson, John Costain, Lars M. Anderson. DOUGLAS. O. F. Olson, Carl M. Bergan, J. P. Benfelt, C. J. Knudson, John H- Rock F.- B. Van Hoesen, M. D. Fredenberg, GRANT. Ole'O. Canestorp, E. W. Snyder, W B. Colwell, Louis O. Foss, Even E '.JBjerke. v KITTSON. H. W. Donaldson, Ole Johnson, E. P. La Masner. KANDIYOHI. P. P. Eddy, H. P. Loftgren, John Williams, John Swan, Warner Moren L. O. Thorpe, G. A. Glodder. MARSHALL. G. C. Winchester, H- JL. Melgaard, K. J. Toilseth, J. P. Lundin, Thor F. Stevens, D. B. Bakke. NORMAN. L. E. Mceby, Q, H. Aaker, Iver Iver son. OTTER TAIL. Charles Liestikow, C. H. Goodril, F. G. Borrows, E. E. Corliss, W. L. Chappell, W. L. Wilson, W. H. Dash, J. P. Williams, B. N. Johnson, E. W. Borke, James Crompton. POLK. Hugh Thompson, John Watson,Ole Luckson, R. J. Montague, O. Osmund son, Thos. Nesbitt. POKE. T. T. Ofsthun, John T. Botto, Frank M. Eddjr,Martin Ness, EilertKoeford, Tory Thorson. SWIFT. J. W. Flynn, John Whalen, J. F. Cannon, F. M. Thornton, S. H. Hud son. STEVENS. Wm. C. Bicknell, J. R. Holton, P. G. Larson, R. C. Stevens, L. H. Pu shor. TRAVERSE. S. W. Chadbourne, Andrew Peter son, James H. Flood, Gus. Davidson. WILKIN. W. D. Cross, Peter Hanson, Robert J. Wells, Geo. W. WTells. The committee on permanent organ ization reported in favor of making the temporary organization the perm anent organization. Report adopted. The committee on resolutions re ported the following, which was unan imously adopted: We, the Republicans of the Seventh Minnesota congressional district, in convention assembled, do heartily en dorse the able administration of Pres ident Harrison the principles of an honest dollar the protection of all American industries and workmen, and the reciprocity doctrine of that peerless statesman, James G.Blaine. We believe in the right of every cit izen to cast the vote of his choice and to have that vote honestly canvassed and counted and we desire to call the attention of all good citizens,irrespect ive of party, to the disfranchisement by fraud or violence of a large major ity of the legal voters of South Caro lina and Mississippi. We regret that a Democratic house, in its desperate effort to find a vulner able point in the McKinley act, should seo fit to attack the interests of agri culture by putting raw wool on the free list, while leaving the manufac turers of the east with sufficient pro tection and wo call attention to the Democratic promises prior to the last election of providing for the free coin age of silver and failure to do any thing, as a fair commentary on the insincerity of that party. We pledge to the nominee of the Republican national convention our undivided and most vigorous support until the close of the polls on the day of the election. On motion proceeded to the election of delegates and alternates to the na tional convention. Hon. S. G. Comstock was unani mously elected as one of the dele gates, and being loudly called for, came forward and made a short but able and telling speech, whieh was received with great applause. M. A. Wollan of Pope was elected as the other delegate, and Andrew Grindelund of Marshall, and J. W. Reynolds of Grant* were elected al ternates. Mr. Reynolds, on being called for, made a few remarks. It Was decided not to change the congressional committee until the holding of the convention to nomin ate a candidate for congress. Aftor a short address by the chair man, H. W. Donaldson, Judge Wil liams, Thornton and soveral other gentlemen, the convention gave three cheers for President Harrison and ad journed. JOHN M. E. CORLISS, Chairman* MoCALLPaf, Secretary, When you want to buy a suit of clothes or a suit of underwear, or a hat cheap, give us a oall. 19t3 J. E. DANIELSON MM. L. R. Pratton, liockford, 111 writes: "From personal eiperienco can recommend Do Witt's Sarsaparllla a cure for Impure blood and general de bllity." llulburd & Co. DENTISTRY. Dr. Harris will be in his office in Morris on Monday afternoon, May 16 to remain two weeks. Sons of Veterans. There will be a regular meeting of Albert SchefferCamp,No.58, S. of V., at their hall THURSDAY EVENING, MAY, 12, 1892, All members are requested to be pres ent. E. A. HALL, S. V. Com. Notice. All parties indebted to us for stal lion services will call and settle with A. Flaherty, as we have placed all those claims in his hands for collec tion. DELAHUNT BROS. & loo. May 7th, 1892. 21t3 Town of Pepperton. Julius Amborn of Traverse county moved to this town to make it his fu ture home. We extend to him a hearty welcome. G. Griffith bought one mere "Little Yankee" of House & Munro. Why not a little Irish, toot George is a rustler. Seeding is done hauling manure and preparing the garden is the issue of the day. Neighbors combined, furnished and put in the seed for Mrs. F. Andrisick. A kind act thanks. A certain engagement in our fown is cut off, broke off, twisted off. Why I know it is off is because we have to wait for the cigars. Sorry very sorry indeed. Saturday last Assessor P. Ernst re ceived the book and blanks to serve the people of the town for another year. All right go on and do your duty. Tom. O'Brien was in town on busi ness last Monday. John Smith's family came up from St. Paul and moved onto the farm they bought lately. Charles A. Gausman wants to know who Look Around" is. Mr. Editor please insert this: Here they call me Look Around," but in the old fath erland they called me Junaperus. have a good many faults, but with the help of God will try to overcome them. I like to go where there are educators, but no dictators. Now you know it all. Set up the cigars pass them around and you will strike LOOK AROUND. [The above items were intended for last week's TRIBUNE, but were received too late for insertion.—EDITOR.] Something New. JB. 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 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 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. You can purchase nice hats at Miss Spooner's for the small sum of $1.50 also some elegant patterns in latest styles. 16tf Horses Strayed, Saturday, May 7, 1892, from my farm in Scandia, two ponies, one dark gray with white face,and 1 sorrell,both three years old and both mares. Any one returning same to me or giving information where they may be found will be suitably rewarded. JOHN ALFSON, Sec. 26, Townp. 125. May 10,1892. •WHEN TRAVELING Whether on pleasure bent, or business, take on every trip a bottlo 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 ing druggists. bottles by all lead "Late to bed and early to riie '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. Swan Lake. A two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hellberg, Jr., died at the residence of A. Hellberg, Sr. The funeral took placo from the resi dence of Mr. H., Sr., to Venesburg cemetery where, the remains were interred, Rev. Andorson officiating. Mr. H. recently arrived from Sweden and this loss together with the trials and sickness on the voyage was hard on the family. A number of the neighbors and friends of A. Trantow visited him May 1st in honor of the anniver sary of his birthday. Those who were present repojrt a very pleasant timo. Mr. T. is oiie of the most prosperous farmers of this town. Rudolph Zahl of Willeston, Dick and Harry claim that they have never been more tired out than they were after the late leap year dance, and their looks tell it plainer than words to be true. "Better late than never" is a good old proverb and it ought to be ap plied to these items as a few are some what behind time. The fact is that everybody was so tired after the leap year ball that they could not report any sooner. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U, S. Gov't Report N. D., visited his brothers, Herman and Wm. Zahl, tu'o weeks ago. Mr. Zahl was also buying cattle to ship to Dakota so on account of business affairs he could not extend his visit as long as his relatives and many friends wished him to. He left with the best wishes and that he may return in the near future and make a longer visit. Arbor day was observed in several schools of this town by planting trees arbor day exercises, consisting of speaking, singing, etc.. A grand leap year ball was given at the residence of Herman Zahl Friday evening, April 29th, twenty-nine couples being present. The dancing began and was continued until the committee disappeared with their partners, but soon returned with ex cellent refreshments, after which dancing was resumed and kept up un till 4 o'clock in the morning. The ladies express their thanks and com pliments to J. Retscloff and T. Joran for their services as musicians and to T. Sax for his excellent calling. Miss T. McCanney and her brother Thomas took in the leap year dance at Mr. Zahl's the 29th. OBSERVER 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. White Cochin. I have pure blood White Cochin hens and cockerels, and will sell eggs for hatching1,13 for $1.00. F. M. HESLER. Morris, April 20,1892. 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 rafijge ^gid plenty of good, pure water, s 18t6 W. BBOWN. 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 House and Lot For Sale. I offer my house and lot, located on Park avenue, west side, for sale. For terms apply to Mas. MABIA HAGEN, Morris, Minn., May 2,1892. 20t3 Some FooliBh People 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 cffect after taking the first dose, Price 50c and fl. Trial size free. At all druggists. Bright people are the quickest to rec ognize a good thing and buy it. We sell lots of bright people the Littlo Early Risers. If you aro not bright these pills Will make you so. Hulburd & Cv. Humphreys' "Witch Hazel OiL "The Pile Oinment" for piles, ex ternal or internal. The relief is im mediate, the cure certaim For sale by all druggists. Chamberlain's Eyo and Skin Ointment. A certain cure for Chronio Sore Eyes, Tetter, Salt Eheum, Scald Head, Old Chronic Sore3, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipploa and Piles. It is cooling and soothing. Hundreds of cases have been cured «by it after all other treatment had failed Vis put op in 35 and 60 cent boxes* Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Baking hwder ABSOLUTELY PURE I Overton Post, Attention! There will be a regular meeting of Ov erton Post, G. A. R., at their headquar ters on FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 20,1892, at.7:30 o'clock. All members are request' ed to be present. J. D. GiLLESPX*, Com. C. A. ^btpeb, Adjt, When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. When she was a Child, Bhe cried tor Castoria. Whan sho became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria. French Canadians are flocking into the New England atates, an average of 1,000 weekly arriving. Neaxly 1,000 workmen employed in the quarries in and near Stony Creek, Conn., are on a strike for an increase of pay. Father Caillet, of St. P^ul, has been appointed prelate at the Vatican, with a bishop's rank. A pearl button factory is being es tablished at the Chester, His., peniten tiary, which will give employment to about 100 convicts. The world's fair managers have made np their minds to sell Hqtior on the fair grounds, even if it takes a special act of the legislature to make liquor selling possible. The largest horse in the world, stand ing twenty-two hands high and weigh ing 2,S00 pnjinds, owned by T. E. Ridgeway, of "Fort Worth, Tex., died Wednesday. The health of Archbishop Kenrick, of St. Louis, is in a precarious condition. He seems never to have rallied from the attack of feebleness which seized him shortly after his jubilee celebration. A decision has been rendered by the Pennsylvania supreme court sustaining the constitutionality of the Baker ballot reform law, passed by the last legisla ture, which goes into operation at the next election. The frosts which prevailed in Cali fornia last week are reported to have greatly reduced the grape crop of the state, and, it is stated that the great vineyards will not bear much over one half an average crop. command the department of Texas on the retirement from active service June 1 next of Brigadier General D. S. Stan ley. The department of agriculture has is sued bulletin No. 32, being the report or A. J. Weddeoburn on tlie adulteration of foods and drugs. The report con cludes that at least 15 per cent, of the entire food product of the country is adulterated. Logs cut by Indians on the Kesbena reservation last season and bid in by Agent David Jennings have been bought by Radford Bros. & Co., of Oshkosh. They amount to 20,003,000 feet, and will be brought to Oslikosh by rail. .T&e price is not stated. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. Tuesday. WASHINGTON, May 3.—By a vote of 30 to 15the8enate adopted the conference re port on the Chinese exclusion bill. Messrs. Sherman, Dawes, Frye and Palmer spoke in opposition to the report and Mr. Vest in favor. Mr. Kyle of South Dakota made a free silver speech of great length. In the house Mr. Breckenridge of Ken tucky reported the fortification appropria tion bill from the committee on appro priations. The house then went into com mittee of the whole (Mr. Oakes in the chair) on the diplomatic and. consular ap propria tion bill. Wednesday. WASHINGTON, May 4.—The licmse, after considerable debate, agreed to the confer ence report on the Geary Chinese exclu sion bill by a vote of 185 to 38. The senate passed the following bills: Senate bill to convey to the state of Kan sas a portion of the Fort Hayes military reservation (about 3,200 acres) for homes for old soldieas and their families and to open the rest of the reservation to home stead settlement by old soldiers. Senate bill! creating two additional land districts in the state of Montana. Senate bill to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Red river of the North at Quincy, N. D. House bill for the dispos ition and sale of lands of the Klamath River Indian reservation, California. Tlinrsday. WASHINGTON, May 5.—In the senate the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indian appropri ation of $2,901,000 made in 1891 and held up by the president, was taken up, and Mr. Piatt addressed the senate in opposition to the views of the majority of the com mittee on Indian affairs, who had reported that there was no good reason why the ap propriations should be longer withheld. The house bill appropriating $150,000 for the expenses of the Behring sea arbitra tion in Paris was passed. After some important routine business the house went iuto committee of the whole ^Hatch in the chair) on the river and harbor appropriation bill, general de bate limited to two hours. Mr. Holman, Democrat, of Indiana, spoke against the bill. Friday. WASHINGTON, May 6.—Mr. Dawes,chair man of the eommittee on Indian affairs, replied to Mr. Piatt on the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indian appropriation and oc cupied the time till 2 p. m., when the sen ate listened to eulogies on the late Senator Wilson, of Maryland, until adjournment. In tlie house, on motion of Mr. Sayer, of Texas, the conferees on the urgent de ficiency bill were authorized to insert an item in the bill for payment of witness fees in United States courts. The house then went into committee of the whole on the river and harbor bill. An amendment making Minneapolis head of navigation on the Mississippi, instead of Paul, was defeated. Saturday. WASHINGTON, May 7.—The house trans acted a small amount of business and then went into committee of the whole on" the river and harbor bill. The house voted dt\,.. .,ii amendment to make the Soo ship canal twenty instead of twenty one feet deep. Several minor amendments were adopted. The senate was not ia session. Monday. WASHINGTON, May 9.—The JIOASE SHIP* ping bill, giving American registry to th£ Inman ships City of Paris and City of New York, was sailed up in the senate, and passed by a vote of 41 yeas to 10 nays. Mr. Chandler offered a resolution for an investigation into the Boston Maverick bank failure, wiiich, on objection was laid over. The house resumed discussion of the river and harbor bill. Mr. Holman at tempted to have the clause stricken out which provided for contract work to thet extent of $20,747,000 in excess of the appro* priation carried by the bill. After long discussion of amendments, which were rejected when brought to a vote, tie vote on the passage of the meas ure was taken. The bill passed by a vet® of yeas 18*», nays (ifc. their children, H. W. HODGEMAN, Groom. H. HUBER, »-*-PRACTIOAL House, Sign & Carriage PAINTER. All Work Guaranteed to be First-Class. Shop on Sixth Street, a little East of Engine Honse, MORRIS, |MINN, IfcjY'-ordore may he left at Kerl & Watake's Blacksmith Shop, What is Castoria is Dr. Samnel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neitlicr 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 feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cao« toria is the Children's Panacea—the Mother's Friend* Castoria. "Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me ot its good affect MjWfttfewr children." DB. O. C. OSGOOD, Lowell, 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 and nsn in- stead of the variousquack nostrums which are destroying their loved ones, by forcing opinio, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby them to premature graves. Die J. 7. KDTCHELOC, Conway, Ark. NEW LUM Castoria. Castoria is so well adapted to children I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." CEMENT AND PLASTERING HAIR. Yard on West Side of Railroad Track, Opposite Inter-State Elevator. 1871. 1802. EL A. ABCHZK, K. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. Our physicians in the children's depart ment have spoken highly of their experi ence in their outside practice with Castoria, and althmierh wa nnlr ha.ro Cenx.fiur Company, TT Kurray Str&ot, New York AdioFiPiis, iMzisnsr. HELGESON & WILCOX, Props. •DEALERS I1V- Lumber, Shingles, Lath Fence Posts, Sash, Dints & Mouldings. tunnnir r,in. ruedicai supplies what is known as regular products, yet we are free to confess that th« merits of Castoria has won us to look with favor upon it." UNITED HOSPITAL A*D Dispzmunr, Boston, Mtm. Alia C. SKBH, Pres., City, YARD I I 1 And Still in Trade Here, with an Extra Fine Stock of Ready-Made Clothing, Bents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Gaps, Boots, Shoes, Crockery, Glassware, -AND- GROCERIES! Same as Heretofore. Also, Agent for the Celebrated Stoiltoit ffap, and Norwegian Plow Company'! New Brick Store, Atlantic Avenue. DIABLE! (2718) No. 7008, 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 Scott, at my barn. TERMS—To Insure, $18.00 Season, $12.00, to be Paid at Time of Service, Marcs disposed of before foaling must be settled for at once and will be* con sidered in foal. Servicc fee will be due as soon as mares axe known to be in foal and must be settled for. All marcs at owner's risk. Season Ends July 1st, 1892. Plow! MILO CAMP, Prop. mil wm cure n 3 1 KBiWI" •"•••nil SSXflABHGBHHI Vomit or OKI—«hy waste time and mom-, will pLiilly nowh 01,000 v itli wort liloss oxirnMvo ivnu'iiits. v. hen I end you i sealedi FRK'K tlio proscription of a i'lfii romody vhii'h spoodilv and PKKMA- KEMl'LY Ol'KKS lost, or failing power, impotencr. /wasting weakness, lack of development, emissions and varicocele. Write at once and be vonr own physician. Address ni RI.F.S GAUS, Marshall, Mich. utW&k? Mo., s: y v -h b«it*r that I would not take andbeput1barkwhere1was. 1 AID both surpr:Vl and ^rou^ of the r*vrr.mmi your treatment to all frozi ob«itj\ W:'.l ar.?*er all rnquirws if ztacap it incloifd for reply." PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL. CONFIDENTIAL. Harml*c and with BO uteri In?, mconr«nieac«, or bad effects* Fot p&rticuJaM address, vvIth 6 coats in sumps, ea. o. w. r. sitmt.« VICKERS THEATER, caiuts. ILL