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r. A. IIISINILJ, Vioe-PrM't. L.O. lIo:.r,T*TRH,Cftshier« THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK oir KrxtlUS), IfllXXXESOTA. Capital #50,000.00 TtaU Uunk conduct* a oncr«t unirkini: and Cxcliuiiye IJHSilllCSS. Money to Loan on. Chivttol or Forso&^l Security, in any Amounts De sired. Loans Negotiated on Improved Farms. WUlia t.nrsjol*' I-uwrertStSl CajHaM we havo Setterfiu-VUries for all «tof«rtmeivts ot busi ness thmi over. \Vo pay Savings llunlt Kates on lime ^Wolan Place hvht to«oy ou Unproved Farms, at Butter than ovef. Wo win write l»*sviKainx Ui ftAmn4Mi(W tlio NuMonnl ftS 1 losst I ltail oil t!)U\ No. i». 6:80 p. m. Iv Ar. lO Minneapolis. 10:So Wlllmar. 11:47 ltonoon. A new Norwegian Lutheran church is soon to be built at Frog Lake—so we are informed by Rev. Dietrichson of Scandia. Services will be held at All Saints Episcopal church on next Sunday evening, June 2*t!i, at seven o'clock, Rev. Mr. Pritehard officiating. Herman Enterprise: The Stone & Dumble well men secured a flowing well for William Brown, living three miles west of iNorcross, on Tuesday. Street Supervisor McConville is having our streets put in good condi tion. He is an active, stirring man, and is attending to his duties faith fullv. On Monday night last efeven Indian children arrived here from Pembina, in charge of the Rev. Mother of the Industrial school, where they will be cared and educated. This is a grand season for grass, which is far advanced. New hay has already been on sale in our market. The prospects now are that the hay crop will be large this year. The children of the Industrial School will give an entertainment at tho school on Thursday evening, June 30th, at 7:30. Admission, 25 cents. All are cordially invited to attend. The crop of People's party candi dates in this county will be large this year. In fact there are not half enough offices to satisfy the cravings of the members of this new "reform" party. Herman Enterprise: Mr- J. Mahlow of Morris, an expert miller, is aiding Mr. Munson of Barrett in his mill. The ever increasing business of the mill necessitated this increase in its force. W m. Riordan of this county was elected as one of the five delegates from this congressional district at the convention of the People's party in Moorhead yesterday "to attend the national convention in Omaha. The Cyrus creamery has been run ning for the last three weeks, and a very fine article of butter is being made. Mr. Estenson has at last sef cured his new wagons and is now running three teams in hauling cream. There were eighteen present at the Stevens county People's party con vention, held at the court house in this city last Saturday. C. Sax and John Sanders were elected as dele gates to tho congressional convention at Moorhead yesterday, and M. Fin negau and Rhody Keeshan /Were elected as alternates. H.-T.Bevans has had his residence and grounds on East 'Second street greatly improved this season. A very neat and tasty iron fence has been constructed, trees planted, buildings 'painted, and the whole place gener ably improved, making one of the most attractive and desirable resi dences in town. 1 of ^SV,I K ,N Hattronl» Sfc?Vnul Klro ami Murine,and Commercial We'luvvot.1»o A*oiu-v for a 11 ttail roiul 1 ^uuis lu this vicinity,: 'o Cheapest iww ni SR\Ve have Wio Ajre.ncy for IS we strongest Accident! nsv r«iee Cotnpnny n tlio A\ orUl The Trawler- Insurance Co. «»t MartfoiM, w» which rto*u!ent insurance »s wr.tten on tickets, GTU«ll"roivi OIKMIKV to thirty. or on Policies 'good for o.ne year, with weekly uv demfiUy n case of Injury- T's n(J »'jmitual,'-«'»m.pai»iy,bitt hnst.ho AMI to pay all TUE TUA.V«:HSHS. Werssiioctflillv solicit the ACC.o.intf-M x.t' r.-h- au^.andiUl wlioliaved»taUw^wltMi:ii!K*«nVHt* s 'csioii o7 the Slate. Collections a Specialty. No. 10 15 a. :85 •J:40 1:40 18:50 13:07 St. Paul. MOiTiS. Lv. 10:40 p. in 1:S3 Herman. 8:00 Ar. iii-eekenrittge. No. 8 leaves Morris for St. Pan!, daily, at 13:01 p. m. No. 7 arrives from St. Paul at3:lo p. 111. LII:o\VJFS WvM.iiY BRANCH. Arrive: af 11:30 a. m. Leaves at 3:00 p. in. XOKTUKKS PACIFIC. Leaves at 7:00 a. ur. Arrives at 5:30 p. in. £ocal Jlotrs. Wheat—No. 1 Northern, 70c. Circus dav. Did you see the great street parade? Gold fountain pens .$1.50 each at the Morris jewelry store. Eggs will bo taken at Miss Spoon er's in exchange for goods. lGtf A well attended and enjoyable dance was given by' the S. of V-. at their hall, Monday night. E. B. Woodward & Co. sell watches, jewelry and silverware, cheaper than they are sold in tlic cities. PERSONALS. town A. Goer of Gi:aceville,Wft8 in yesterday. L. C. Spooner of Chioago was iu the city this week. Mrs. J. D. Good is visiting friends in Helena, Montana. E. F. Bruhn, our cigar manufactur er visited Graceville and Browns Valley Monday. Mrs. Olson and daughter of Benson are iu the city the guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Nilson. Dr. Fryberger of Minneapolis was iu the city Monday', tho guest uf las brothor-iu-law, J. A. Johusou. H. T. Bevaus and G. C. Thorpe at tended the meeting of the legislative committee at Herman ou Monday. The editor of the TRIBUNE attended a meeting of the Republican congres sional committee at Moorhead yester day. C. Sax and John Sanders loft here Monday night to attend the People's party congressional convention at Moorhead yesterday. F. M. Eddy of Glen wood passed through town Monday, 011 his way to attend tho meetiug of the congres sional committee at Moorhead. A. Allen of St. Paul, general agent for the Norwegian Plow Co., was in town Monday on business of the com pany with which ho is connected- We met A. Trantow and son of Swan Lake and Charley Dablow of Synnes in town Saturday with whom wo had a pleasant talk. Mr. Trantow informed us that four weddings would take place in Swan Lake in the near future. Genuine Rogers knives or forks $1.50 per set at the Morris jewelry store. On Friday next there will be a school picuic of school districts of the town of Hodges, at Husevold's grove. Miss Gaughan will be present with her choir of singers and add much to the day's entertainment. Arrange ments for fishing have been made,and all who attend will undoubtedly have a pleasant and enjoyable time. There was a large gathering of people—about 800—on the grounds of the Rev. Dietrichson, in Scandia, last Sunday, to witness the services of the Missionary Festival," and a most pleasant time was had. Rev. L. J. Jeude of Minneapolis, Rev. Bjorgo of Red Wing, and Rev. Dietrichson, the resident pastor, were the speakers. $73 was collected for missionary pur poses. A bountiful table of eatables was spread and all present enjoyed themselves to the fullest extent. You can purchase nice hats at Miss Spooner's for the small sum of $1-50 also some elegant patterns in latest styles. 16tf The women of the Stevens County Auxiliary, etc., are urged to meet at The Morris on Saturday, June 25th, at 2:30 p. m., for the purpose of hear inga report from the two delegates who attended the recent meeting held at Moorhead, which was addressed by Mrs. F. B. Clarke, president of the board of managers of Minnesota. MRS. N. T. F. JUDSOX, Pres. Stevens Co. Aux'ly. Wheaton Gazette Reporter: The state superintendent bas appointed Prof. Munger of this city conductor of the training school to be held at Morris during the month of July. The Prof, was first chosen as an as sistant but last week received notice that he had been promoted and that the entire work would be placed in his charge. The position is one of great responsibility, and all circum stances considered, the appointment is a high compliment to Prof. Munger. 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. Are you troubled with corns or bunions? If so, let us give you a lit tle advice. Pare them down as closely as possible without drawing blood then soak them in warm water to soften them and apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm twice daily, rubbing them vigorously at each application. A corn plaster should be worn for a few days to protect them from the shoe. As a general liniment for sprains, bruises, lame back or rheumatism, Pain Balm is all that can be desired. Fifty cent bottles for sale by Fritz Buchentin, Morris, and Thorpe & o i s o n a n o k 1 A. D. McCarthy, the section fore man of the Soo at Barrett, was arrest ed last Friday on complaint of Michael Rued, street commissioner, for refusing to either work or commute his poll tax of two days or three dol lars. Tho trial occurred 011 Saturday before Justice Palmer who adjudged him guilty and fined him $1 and 13.50 costs or ten days in the Morris jail. He refused to pay tho fine and on Monday Deputy Sheriff Bakken con signed him to the Morris jail.—Elbow Lake Herald. On arrival at the jail inthis city Mr. McCarthy came to the conclusion that he would not take up his residence there, and so paid his fine and secured his liberty. Grass Land Privileges on Man itoba Railway Co's. Land. I am the only authorize! agent of the St. Prul, Minneapols & Manitoba Railway Co., for the sale of grass privileges on their lands, so persons that desire to purchase such rights should be sure and call on me. H. S. JUDSON, Office, First National Bank, Morris. i More improvements are being made ill Morris this season than there has been any previous year during the last ten years. Additions to resi dences, new buildings, new sidewalks and new fencos are to be seon in all parts of tho city, and in addition to these improvements a largo number of shade trees have boen plantod, ad ding much to the attractiveness of our town. We claim 110 "boom" for Morris, but we do claim, aud justly too, that our city is having a steady, healthy growtlu. There are no vacant dwelling houses or business build ings, which is the best evidence that Motriti is in a healthful business con dition. Mrs. L. II. Pratton, Hock ford, 111 writes: "From personal experience I can recommend l)e Witt's Sarsuparilla, a cure for impure blood and general de bility." llulburd & Co. ^Speaking of advertising towns a writer in Printer's Ink says: "In this line of aids nothing is more important or more material help than a good hotel. Tho hotol is tho pulse by which the observing mau judges of the health, enterprise and future con dition of the town. A good hotel draws all kinds of people to a place and it advertises in many ways. The drummers stop within its doors when ever possible and always plan to pass tho Sunday with the host tourists hear of it and lay over a day or two and view the town excursion trains will 8top at an hour or two for dinner and so the good hotel is an immense aid to a town anxious to grow." Morris can boast of as good hotel as any town in the Northwest—Tho Morris. Sauk Centre Avalanche: Au excur sion party from Morris, numbering from seventy-five to one hundred, passed through the city on Satvr'lov evening about 10:30 o'clock enrouie for an outing at Birch Lake- They were accompanied by the Morris cor net band, and, for commander-in chief, had that years-ago dubbed prince-of-good-fellows, Charley Win termute. After arriving at the depot they marched up to the Sauk Centre House headed by tho band, where a halt was called and after three cheers for Morris by the crowd, which were similary responded to by the excur sionists, the band rendered a couple of pieces in a very creditable manner, and were loudly cheered for their proficiency. The party was then re formed and marched to the residence of the editor of the Avalanche where more music by the band followed, which brought the said editor to tho front door when three cheers were proposetf by the commander-in-chief, which were briefly responded to and and the cigars were passed- It was impossible to tell the number present but to the editor's eyes—owing either to the darkness or Charley's method of arranging the crowd on tho two streets—there seemed to be three or four thousand, and all remarkably fine looking, another sample of our fair sister city's population. On a recent visit of ten, the Avalanche took occasion to comment upon their appearance and to observe that Morris need not be ashamed of the sample. The same observation will apply equally to the latter contingent, and the Avalanche tenders its editor's sincerest thanks for the honor of the serenade, and space and time only to oblige the foregoing of paying proper respect to that redoubtable friend, companion, co-hunter and teal du.ck fisherman of twenty-eight years ago— Charlie Wintermute of Morris. Long may he wave, hunt, and—fish. For Sale. A good yoke of work cattle. In quire of E. J. JONES. A Good Suggestion. From the Dutouque, (Iowa,) Telegraph. The adjourning of the impeachment court last Saturday, on account of Gen. Weaver's belly-ache, cost the people of this commonwealth nearly $500. One dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy would have saved this expense and we suggest, as a matter of economy and humanity, that the state provide against future contingencies of this nature, by furnishing each senator with a bottle of that valuable remedy. 25 and 50 cent bottle for sale by Fritz Buckentin, Morris, and Thorpe & Tolifson, Hancock, lm Rev. O. Jacobson of Minneapolis says We liave used White Beaver's Cough Cream as a family medicine for ten years and will therefore heartily and conscientiously recommend Cough Cream to all wlio 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 FBIDAY EVENING, JUNE 17,1892, at 7:30 o'clock. All members are request ed to be present. J. D. GILLESPIE, Com. C. A. PEI'PEK, Adjt. TO CLEANSE THE SYSTEM Effectually yet gently, when costive or bilious, or when the blood is im pure or sluggish, to permanently cure habitual constipation, to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy activity,, without irritating or woakeuing them, to dispel headaches,- colds fevers, use Syrup of Figs. We truly believe De Witts Little Early Risers to be the most natural, most ef fective, most prompt and economical pill for biliousness, indigestion and in activc liver. Hulburd & Co. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria* Old Settlers Meeting. The annual meeting of the old set tlers of Stevens county was held at Charles Wintermute's grovo on Thurs day of last week. In spito of threat ening weather, tho attonduuqe was good. Thoro was tho band the picnic dinner tho old familiar faces and all the usual accompauimonts which havo helped to make these annual festivals the success that they are. Tho ladies having the eatables in chargo deserve great credit for the rich spread that was made. After tho dinner was finished, President It. T. Bovans called tho assemblage to' order. Tho report of tho socrotary and treasurer wus read and adopted. As no deaths had occurred during tho year, the obituary committee was de prived of the privilege of showing its splendid literary ability in the obituary line. Hon. R. M.. Richard son was elected president for the coming year, and Charles Wintermute re-elected secrotary. Short ad- ^dresses were given by E. W. Randall, C. Berry, Milo Camp and others. Rain began falling and tho company adjourned, earlier than would other wise have boen tho case,-but every body had a good time just tho same. Just as sure as hot weather comes, there will be moro or less bowel com plaint in this vicinity. Every persons aud especially familios, ought to have some reliable medicine at hand for instant uso, in case it is needed. A 25 or 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is just what you ought to, have and all that you would need, even for the most severe and dangerous cases. It is the best, the most reliable and most successful treatment known and is pleasant to take.- For sale by Fritz Buckentin, Morris, and Thorpe & Tolifson, Hancock. lm Stray Ponies. Came on to the Jefferson farm last April, two ponies, one sorrel and one brown. Owner can •iavo same by proving property and paying charges. M. C- KEATING. Morris, June 18,1892. 27t3* NOTICE TO BUILDERS. Sealed proposals for the erection of a church at Morris, Minn., will be re ceived until July 6th, at tlie parochial residence, where plans and specifica tions are on file, as well as at tho office of the architect, C. F. Struck, 810 Sykes block, Minneapolis. REV. GEO. GASKELL, Pastor. Committee reserves the right to reject any and all bids. REV. GEO. GASKELL, F. E. NEWELL, WM. WUNSCH. 27t2 Committee. Bright people are the quickest to rec ognize a good thing and buy it. We sell lots of bright people the Little Early Risers. If you are not bright these pills will make you so. Hulburd & Co. Before Starting on a Journey A person usually desires to gain some information as to the most desirable route to take and will purchase tickets via one that will afford him the quickest and best service. Before starting on a trip to Chicago or any point East, you should provide yourself with a map and time table of the Wisconsin Central Lines. The trains run on this route are equipped with Pullman's latest Drawing Room Sleepers, elegant Day Coaches and Dining Cars ofy latest design, built expressly for this service and are exquis ite in furnishings, and convenient and comfortable in arrangement and 60 com plete in every detail that they have 110 superior in comfoet and elegance. The Dining Car Service is pronounced by all the most elegant ever inaugurated and is operated in the interest of its patrons. Fast trains via the Wisconsin Central Lines leaves Minneapolis daily at 12.43 P. M. and 6.23 P. M., and St. Paul 1.30 P. 61. and 7.13 P. making favorable connections with all trains from the West and Southwest. For tickets, maps, pamphlets and full information apply to G. F. McNeil, Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent, Minneapolis, Minn., or to Jas. C. Pond, General Pas senger and Ticket Agent, Chicago, Hi. W. C. Ehlers has his food mill run ning in good shape every Wednesday and Saturday at his shop. 7tf July Races. JULY 2nd. Pony running, best two in three, (Bangum barred) $ 50 00 3:30 Trotting 100 00 The Morris Base Ball Club will play either Benson or Appleton at 4 p. after the races. JULY 4th. 3:00 Trotting, frlOO 00 Frce-for^all running ,,.... 100 00 Free-for-all trotting or pacing 100 00 List of Letters Advertised at Morris, btevons County, Minn..June 20, 1892, Will be sent to the dead letter office if not called for in fifteen days. A Meyer, Miss Annie K Larson, Frank Lambert, Siver Larson, Miss Laura Erickson, Louis Erdahl, Char lie Clarke, W Cowan, Y Bjork, A Wychgram, Geo W Noema»,i, Nik Nilsqn. Persons calling for tho above will pleaso say "Advertised.w E. W RANDALL, P. Si. It is a truth in medicine that tho smallest dose that performs the "cure is the best. De Witts Little Early Risers are tho smallest pills, will perform the cure and arc the best. Hulburd & Cos ChHd/ers Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. "Laje to bed and early to rifle will shorten the road to your home in tli'c skies." But early to bed and a "Little Early Riser," tho pill that makes life longer and better and wiser. Hulburd & Co. •0 kjiifiiaii "SjfS&fw. MORRIS SCHOOLS. Report for the year ending May 27, 1892 Number of Scholars enrolled for each term, fall, 359 winter, 848 spring, 281) year, 411. Average daily attendance for each term, fall, 255 winter, 266 spring, 244 year, 257. Numbor of scholars entitled to ap portionment, 349. REPOBT FOB MAY, 1892. High School—Joel N. Childs, prin cipal Martha Clark, assistant princi pal. Neither absent nor tardy: Archio Young, Robocca Colyer, Nellie Young, Myrtie Pushor, Frank Smith, Laura Tlioele, Chas. DeKay, Mollie Colyer, Ora Fuller, Vinoent Caswell, Marie Larson. West sidegrammar—Agness Torpey, teacher. Number enrolled, 25 average daily attendance, 23 number of minutes lost by tardiness, 0 neither absent nor tardy, 11: Lizzie DeKay, Hemy Smith, Mary Flynn, John Shanley, Jo Shanley, Llewellyn Pushor, George Pushor, Jessie order, Don Childs, Orvey Thoele, Birdie Vankleek. West side intermediate—Maud M. Torpey, teacher. Number enrolled, 43 average daily attendance, 35 number of minutes lost by tardiness, 45 neither absent nor tardy 14: Harry Gillespie, Maud Johnson, Edna Johnson, George Morris, Mabel Stone, Cora Wells, Edith Miller, Arthur Morris, Fred Shanley, Carsie Bailey, Albert Hanson, Willie Miller, Clarence Randall, Ray Stone. West side primary—Lucy B. Smith, teacher. Number enrolled, 41 average daily attendance, 33 number cases of tardi ness, 13 neither absent nor tardy: Moatie Brown, Ferris DeKay Haz el Fuller, Ruby Lowater, Daisy Mor ris, Ralph Stone, Douglas Bailey. East side grammar—H. C. Berry, teacher. Number enrolled, 21 average daily attendance, 17 number cases of tardi ness, 5 number of minutes lost by tardiness, 75 neither absent nor tar dy: Olivia Larson, Elma Nilson, Annie Larson, Edna Anderson, Minnie Kerl, Louis Larson, Arthur Flatner, Aletta Anderson. East side 1st intermediate—Minnie E. Gale, teacher. Number enrolled, 23 average daily attendance, 20 number cases of tardi ness, 14 number of minutes lost by tardiness, 190 neither absent nor tar dy: John Ring, Emma Satter, Tina Nil son, Helen Gaffney, Ida Kerl. East side 2nd intermediate—Mabel M. Watson, teacher: Number enrolled, 35 average daily attendance, 32 number cases of tardi ness, 14 neither absent nor tardy: Hal Bevans, Mollie Buckentin, Hannah Nelson, Lawrence Munro, Mary Wheaton, Hilma Nelson, Bertha Kerl, Tena Watzke, Emily Peterson, Clifford Nilson, Willie Larson, Mil dred Huff. East side primary—Emma Ware, teacher. Number enrolled, 59 average daily attendance, 45 number of minutes lost by tardiness, 135 neither absent nor tardy, 12: Max Buckentin, Polly Buckentin, Otto Kerl, Charles Nelson, Christ Nil sou, Nelse Nelson, Cora Anderson, Mary Gaffney, Jamie Munro, Annette Satter, Malena Satter, Mabel Watzke. It is a fixed and immutable law that to have good, sound health one must have pure, rich and abundant blood. Thoro is no shorter nor surer route than by a course of De Witt's Sarsaparilla. Hul burd & Co. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. When sho was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When sho became Miss, sho clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castorln. FALSE WORK FELL. v Twerity-flve Deaths Caused by the Wreck 1 of a Kentucky It ridge. Many Say CINCINNATI, June 13.—One of the most "why does Dr. Humphreys continue "fearful accidents in the history of this vicinity was that of the fall of the bridge which was in fche course of construction over the Licking river between Coving ton and Newport, Ky. Sixty-three work men were on the structure. Not more than half a dozen escaped unhurt. The othqj-s were either killed by the crushing of the iron and timbers or were drowned in the water. The cause is surmised to be the weakening of the wooden false work. The river had washed out the earth about tho supports, and it is said that a day or two ago one of the con tractors said that he was afraid the structure would not stand under the weight of the heavy material. But still "they kept at work. to advertiso his specifics, everybody knows about them." Do you it.se them? No. Thfm that's wliy. Try them. At least twenty-five of the unfortunate workmen were instantly killed and over a dozen injured. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder PURE Railroad Indemnity Lands. EDITOB TBIBUNE :—Allow me to state through your paper in reply to letters of inquiry as to the different opinions in reference to the so-called It. R. indemnity lands of the St. Paul, M. & M. Railroad Co., and in the 20 milo limit, which belt commences in the N. E. part of Big Stone county, running in a S. E. diroction through Stevens, Swift and Chippewa counties As bofore stated, Secretary Noble of the Interior department, did declare last fall that these lands should be opened to settlement and be taken under the homestead act, under sec tion 2289 of thia revised statutes of theU. S. Now. comes my answer to Ole Lobeck and 15 others. One Ole Lo beck of Holmes City, Minn., did last March make his legal homestead ap plication through clerk of court at Morris for the NE'f section 5, town 124, range 44, in Stevens county, Minn. Said Lobeck started for his claim, met one Erick J. Talgren of the same place, who informed Lobeck that he had built a shanty on the same land- Lobeck says that he does not want any trouble. That is kind in you, Lobeck, but if you had found one thousand shanties and as many settlers on your claim that would not change the title of the case, as you have six months to start your improve ments on your claim after proper ap peal having been made, and a lot of the best attorneys hold that an appli cant need not five on the land until the government furnishes a clear title. The same is endorsed by many of the local land officers. Still, I stato now, as I have before, don't apply for land which is occupied by an actual settler to keep out of trouble and show your self respectable dq not settle nor im prove any land until you have received satisfactory statement through the land office or responsible agents, as the government will protect the ap plicant, provided they comply with the law, and so w ill I. Another question made by settlers in Synnes and Stevens in this county is one that I decline to answrer. They say that agents have made them special calls, stating that if the set tlers on these lands will pay to them a sum of $3.50 per acre then said agents will secure a release or an re linguishment from the railroad com pany. Now, Mr. Editor, if the rail road company had any show to secure any or part of these lands do you think that they would send out agents with heavy expenses and show their sympathy for the settlers? They might just as well tell you to take one 80 and I the other. But, Mr. Settler, don't hear to me more than to others, as this is a new scheme never heard of before. Still I trust that I may be better able to write more defi nite in my next communication, as I will not rest until I am satisfied of the facts. Respectfully, K. J. HUSEVOLD, Agt., Cyrus, Minn. Chamberlain's E70 and Skin 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 fcy it after all other treatment had failed. Vis put up in 25 and 50 cent boxes. DAMAGE BY FLOOD. A Millidh Dollars' Loss in: the Boot River Volley. HOKAII, Minn., June 17.—People liv ing in the Boot river valley along the Southern Minnesota road, have been forced to seek protection on the hills from the heaviest flood ever known in Southern Minnesota. For seventy-five miles the valley is flooded from hill to hill. The loss, roughly estimated, will reach $1,000,000. All trains are aban doned, factories closed down and busi ness virtually suspended. W, K. WALKER, Proprietor, Town of Scott, Stevens County, Minn. KING PHALLAMONT, 15013, Two-yoar-old Rocortl, trial, half-mile track, 2:47. By l'Uaitamont^lTS. $50, wtth uauat Return Privilege. Limited to 10 Mares. Will stand -i- 11 1 o s A i 1871. And i tVS ff "a 3 at Farm April 1st to July 1st. July 1st he goeB to Midway to be trained for the 8-year-old Min nesota Breeders' Stake. ROYAL HAL, Pacer, by Tom Hal, sire of Hal Pointer, 2:09,V Brown Hal, 2:1!% Little Brown Jug, 8:11^, and others. $30, with usual Return Privilege. Will stand the season at the Training Stable of JAY H. COB, Morris, Minn., and Morris Driving Park. Jan20 Are You a CaMc? Are you uiieiu^Q^ud '*Uil you work fox $18.00 per week? Write to me at once. jr. R. GAY. 194. Madison St., CHICAGO, ILL. H. HUBER, Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription 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 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. Cas toria isHhe Children's Panacea—the Mother's Friend* Castoria. CSagtoria is an excellent medicine for ddl dim. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its good effect upon their children." Da. G. C. OSGOOD, Lowell, Maes. Castoria is the best remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not far distant when mothers will consider tho real interest of their children, and use Castoria in stead of the various quack nostrums which are destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby sending them to premature graves." Do. J. F. KnrcHZLOK, Conway, Ark. DM iu 1,1 8 0 1 J. BROM, Proprietor, TUB MS A Ready-Made Ciothing, Bents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Crockery, Glassware, AND GROCERIES! Same as Heretofore. Also, Agent for the Celebrated Stonilton Wap, ai Noriepn Plow Goipany's Plow! New Brick Store, Atlantic Avenue. Fred Buckentin, Patent I^Ceciioiiies, Paints, Oils, Perfuinery, Toilet Articles, Wall Paper, Etc. Larson's New Brick Store, Morris, Minn. PRACTICAL-*- House, Sign & Carriage PAINTER. All Work Guaranteed to be First-Class. Shop on Sixth Street, a Uttle Eart of Engine House, MORRIS, |MINN, Kg^Ordeffl may be lcftf^t Kerl $ W«take's Blacksmith Sho^. pb» What is Castoria. Castoria is so well adapted to children Tk® Cenf&nr Company, TT Murray Street, New York City* Fifth"Street, MORRIS, MINN. Have now on hand a Large Number of Hand-Made —WORK HARNESSES Manufactured by myselt from the Very Best Material. Also a Good Stock of Biny Harness, Saiies, Bridles.. Blankets, flips, and everything kept in a First-Class Harness Store. that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." H. A. AKCHXB, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "Our physician3 in the children's depart ment have spoken highly of their experi ence hi their outside practice with Castoria, and although we only have among our 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." UXITZD HOSPITAL AXD DISFEKSAST, Boston, Man ALLOT C. SMITH, Pres., J. BROM. i Still in Trade Here, with an Extra Fine Stock of arson. 1*3 i i&f &K I I N Vsr. -. or time anil ir.on^y wim worthL^ expensive u nusiuv. v tien I will ia: 1 i- rondynv. (son!eti VRKK iho ptvsorip:i«»n of* w lv vrml ivmoiv t-*H» atly 1T.KMA.* JCiCNTLY Ol'KES hvst or taitin?? power, iinpotfiicyv lack of c*i *vokvnieT»t. ana Iwasting TWICOCCweakness,at IP. Writ* otu** AND be YOUR own physician, Atitfiesa C1IAKLES GAUS, Marshall, Mich* .N.i HAYL\T.I of IVllcviiK K*n.: Whon I b*£ v H- ailments th.v c.^uKi not! Before. After, Lca&» do:.r.v wori». Tho ^.••xmpauvinp fi» WfU^ht £45 lbs 195 lbs 50 8* th.Tc-fof 3 months' tro.it- Fust..,.. 4^ in. 37 iu. U fife ment. I now ftvi hke w boinjr. ills! Waist... 40 in. Vd in. life. •Dd pruns arf *11 ^one. My friends ar?|Hips.... 57 in. 4S •urrri?*'!. Wii» i beorfnl' v reply to inquiries with stamp incioscdL1*9in. PAHEfcTS TREATED BY MAIL. CONFIDENTIAL. KarmlCM* No Starving. Sand 6 ccnts in sUmps far particular? 81. 0. W. F. SNYDER. H'V'.CKEHS THEATER. CHICAGO. UK.