President—U O Thorpe
Oonneltmen—H. J. Dresser,
VILLAS E OFKICHUB.
Recorder— A .1 K.riekson
Assessor—P S Kenton
Treasurer— Walter iluKifiiis
Justice"— 1* s Kenton.
R-'ri n Hunter Post, No 114 meetsou
the'id and Ith Saturday of each month.
A E HULKIT, Com
Sop V—Prairie Camp, No-19 meet 1st anil
3d Saturday of eaeh month
W CTU meetsseml-montlily on Wednes
day at 8 XSSKKY, Pres't
Congregational Church, Routellffa,pas
lor services morning and evening.
I. O.«. T.—Hancock I-odjre, No. 207, meets
every Friday at 8 p. n».,, In, (». A. K-*»«•
f, II. ANi*IKK» v« 1»
RAILROAD TIME TA11LK.
Paste niter trains on the Ureat Northern
l^ve Hftuoook as follows: Going 68t, 12:»
a. Kast, 1:15 a» m.
Day train, going east..leaves at l*j»)p. m.
going west, 2:-i7 p. m.
L. B. Wheeler, jeweler and optician
Rev. C- H. Koutliff wont to the
cities last week.
Best brand of mixed paints at|
Thorpe & Tollifson's.
G. M. Hamers and H. Grand jean
drove out in the country Sunder
L. B. Wheeler has a fino line of
watches, clocks, silverware, jewelry,
spectacles of all kinds sizes.
A. Atkins has sold an interest in his
livery business to Walter Warburton.
Atkins & Warburton is the firm name.
J. B» Holton returned from St.Paul
Saturday morning. He put in one
day at the state convention while he
John Erickson went to different
places on the L- F. & D. railroad last
week, to see what the prospects were
for buying wood.
Buy your paints of Thorpe & Tol
lifson, where you get the best. tf
G. C. Thorpe is building a new
house, which, we understand, will be
occupied when finished by L. B.
Wheeler, the Hancock jeweler.
J. D. Walters and W. H. Mattesem
returned from the cities on the Sun
day morning train. Mr. Walters was
a delegate to the state convention
from this village.
Paul Brekken and wifj^oiL Glen
wood were calling on their many
friends here Saturday last. Paul re
ports everything flourishing at the
above mentioned city.
The O. L. Brevig Co. have a full
crew of men setting up and loading
the Minneapolis harvester. Nearly
all the farmers in this vicinity are
buying the Minneapolis harvester this
Any make of organs or .pianos will
be furnished by Thorpe & Tollifson.
Tara school house, near Dagru's,
was struck by lightning during the
storm last week and badly demoral
ized. It being after school hours, no
one was in the building, therefore no
one was injured.
J. C. Sadler will have an auction on
the 10th day of August, 1892, for the
purpose of selling his entire stock of
horses, cattle, and everything else
which he has on his farm. Reason
for selling, poor health.
A Little Girl's Experience in a Light*
Sir. and Mrs. Lorcn Trcscott are the
keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at Sand
Beach, Mich, and are blessed with a
daughter, four years old. Last April
she was taken down with the Measles,
followed with a dreadful Cough and
turning into a Fever. Doctors at home
and at Detroit treated her, but in vain,
she grew worse rapidly, until she was a
mere "handful of bones."—Then she
tried Dr. King's New Discovery and af
ter the use of two and a half bottles,
was completely cured. They say that
Dr. King's New Discovery is worth its
weieht in gold, yet you may get a trial
bottle at Thorpe &Tollifsons Drugstore,
Children Cry for
THR .HANCOCK BULLETIN.
.... ._ .___
HANCOCK, MINN., AUGUST 3, 181)«.
Fine Hue of wall paper at Thorpe &
Tollifson's. Prices low.
The Tara base ball club was ou tap
Sunday afternoon to cross bats with
the Darnen boys, but the Darnea
nine did not materialize. The Tara
boys waited until 7 o'clock p. m.»
when they left for home, very, much
disappointed said they thought they
could see a white flag living up the
lino between Hancock and Morris.
Several parties went 011 a fishing
excursion from this village and vieiii
ity Sunday. They report the fish to
have been in convention assembled
for the purpose of coming to sonu
agreement as to which of the soveral
political parties in this county they
should give thoir support. Those whp
tried to interview them Sunday were
told that they could not make any
promises until the convention had
adjourned. They were interviewed
by persons from the different parties,
but would give no encouragement to
any of them consequence, no fish.
Stnength and Health.
If you arc not feeling strong and heal
thy try Electric Hitters. If La Grippe
has left j'ou weak and weary, use Elec
tric Httters. This remedy acts directly
on the Liver, Stomach and Kidneys,
gently aiding those organs to perform
functions, if viMi are atliicted with Sick
headache, you will lind a speedy and
permanent relief by taking Electric Bit
ters. One trial will convince you that
this is the remedy vou need. Large bot
tles ouly *0c. at Fritz Buckentin's drug
store and at Thorpe & Tolifson's in Han
Now that the Republican party of
this state has completed its labors at
tho convention held at St. Paul last
week, we suppose comments will bo
in order. We are very much pleased
with the way they transacted business
in the convention, and from what we
can hear the Republicans of Minne
sota are well satisfied with tho nom
inations made in said convention.
We believe that at no time since the
birth of our noble state has there
been a better selection of candidates
than those which were made in con
vention assembled in St. Paul on the
28th day of July, 1892, and we earn
estly hope that tho Republican party
of this state will ratify the nomina
tions so wisely made by their solid
vote at the polls this coming Novem
ber. The nominees are all well and
favorably known throughout the
state men who have always stayed
with their party and worked for the
interests, and advocated the princi
ples of the Republican party in ad
versity, as well as prosperity. They
are men who do not want the earth
with a wire fence around it, to the ex
clusion of every one who cioes not
believe just as they do.
Public examinations will be held at
Hancock on Wednesday and Thurs
day, the 24th and 25th of August at
the west side school house, village of
Morris, Friday and Saturday, the
26th and 27th, commencing at nine
o'clock a. m.
L. R. MACINTOSH,
33t3 County Supt.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fev
er Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil
blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or no pay re
quired It is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Fritz
Buckentin, Morris, and Thorpe & Tollif
ATKINS & WABURTON, Props.
At Dresser's Old Stand.
Patrons will find at this
Stable First-Class Horses
SPRING TIME HAS GOME!
-SO HAVE OUR—
Consisting of an Immense Stock of
And Every Variety of
Dry Goods, Clothing for Men and Boys,
Gent's Ftirnisbing Goods, Boots and
Prices Low, as Usual, Call and Examine.
WILCOX & WELLS.
Hancock March 9, ISflSk v v
PHHTER II MITEL,
i I, i
Manufacturers' Agent tor-—
DEERING HARVESTERS & BINDERS!
Macliino that usos Less Twine than any other in the field fcoctiiy.
Makes a good solid square bundle in all kinds of grain, and
The DEERIM 4 5 and Toot MOWERS!
HOLLIH&SWOBTH & THOMAS HAY BAKES!
Both Hand and Self Dump, up to 12 feet wide.
JOHN IDEEZEBIEj P3jO"WS
The Best there is in the Market, either Breaker or Stubble, Walking or
Gang. The Breaker la3's the sod the flattest and is the Best
for Seeding Flax.
Warranted Equal to any and Superior to manjy
CORN PLOWS AND CULTIVATORS.
Washburn & Moen Plain and Barbed Wire, tho Best
and the Cheapest Wire in the Market.
Tli© Olcl Reliable
Cheaper to Buy, because Better for the Money. I am prepared to Sell Twine as
Cheap as Last Year's Prices, notwithstanding the Advance of this spring,
as I bought my stock last fall.
The Highest Price Paid Every Time, for All Kinds of Brainfit mjf
„..JMfices in Hancock and Morris.
AT ELflRRS CASH STDREI
New Spring Goods
Bedford Cords, Cashmeres, Outing Flannels,
Fancy Ginghams, Black and White Goods.
Elegant Line of Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Misses & Children's Shades
Q. H. ANGIER, Prop.,
Tborpliiy Rcnoratca and Refitted
Terms, $2.00 Per Day.
GOOD BAIiX IN CONNECTION.
A Complete Line of M. D.Wells' Famous Sloes.
®Clothing, Groceries, Fruits, Crockery, Etc.*
Our Prices Correspond with Our Cash Principles.
Yours respectfully, ig
GEO. E. CLARKri
Hancock, Minn., April 18,1892.
THE O. L. BREVIG CO
-AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED-
MINNEAPOLIS HARVESTER 4
Ami WALTER I. WOOD MOWER,
"ANA KKSIS Kives i
relief anl is an infiilllblo
Ouro for I'ilcs. l'ricefl. Jiy
lioi New STork City,
YOU WILL FIND
Imported Wines and Brandies.
Domestic and Imported Cigars.
Pabst's and Schlitz's Milwaukee Boor.
Guihcss' Dublin Stout.
Bass & Co.'s English Ale.
Imported and Domestic Sardindt.
Lunch Goods of all kinds.
Select Bulk Oysters in Season.
J. D. WALTERS,
J4QNETAAV L089 BY THE HOME
Th« Actual Outlay Ru ilreadjr Amounted
to Over Million Dollars—Coat of the
State MUltla and Lo|| In W*|M Fostl
Up to Half That Sum.
PITTHBURO, July 80.—The great lock
out at Homestead is just one month old
and has already cost over $1,000,000,
besides tho (sacrifice of half a score of
humau lives and serious injuries to many
times that number. Of the loss in cash,
the military has coat in round figures
$3:30,000, the workmen have lost in wages
$180,000, and Carnegios have lost and
spcut as much more in getting now
workmen. The workmen at Beaver
FalU, Duquesne and the Union mills,
in Pittsburg, have lost about $100,000 by
their sympathy strike, and the firm is
out $100,000 by the idleness Af these
plants. Added to this will be the county
expenses for deputy sheriffs and murder
trials, \he expense to the city in hunting
anarchic and to the nation for the
congressional investigations. Another
item of no mean significance is the lo6s
to workmen and manufacturers in plants
indirectly affected, which have been
closed down for want of material. The
locked out workmen have no^ as yet
been deprived of the necessaries of life,
and if the fight should last several
week# yet there is no danger of the
workmen's families coming to actual
want. Subscriptions have been coming
in liberally and the relief work has been
carried on judiciously and well.
RETURNING TO WORK
Superintendent Totter Says the Backbone
of tlie Strike Js Broken.
jroMF.KTKAD, Aug. 2.— Homestead
stri. ing ntrel workers are considerably
agitated. They have satisfied them
selves of the correctness of Superintend
ent Potter's statement that a number of
former employes returned to work dur
ing the day. This evidence of weaken
ing on the part of the men, who have all
along claimed their loyalty to the asso
ciation, weakens that organization and
the Htreets are filled with strikers dis
cussing the situation. Provost Marshal
Mechling, fearing the break in the ranks
of the strikers would lead to trouble,
doubled the guard around the mill and
in the streets adjacent thereto.
That the backbone of the strike has
been broken is acknowledged by every
one save the members of the advisory
committee and the more radical union
ists. Superintendent Potter said to a
United Press reporter: "Altogether
sixty of our former employes have re
turned to work and we have been in
formed that many more will make ap
plication for their old places. Twenty
eeven of our old men came in during the
day. Twenty-four of them found their
places still open but the others, I am
fiorry to say, were disappointed. But
while they cannot step into the positions
they gave up a month ago, these tnen will
be given work. I feel Very sorry for the
majority of the strikers who were led
into the present trouble by those in
whom they had such implicit confidence,
but when we announced that none of
our own men would be discharged to
make room for those who refused to re
turn to work within the time specified,
we meant exactly what we said."
Denied bj the Advisory Board.
The advisory board of the strikers met
and upon adjournment the secretary
gave the following official statement to
the United Press: "But two Home
stead men wept to the Homestead mill
during the day. One was Edward
Lyon, brother of United States District
Attorney Lyon, of Pittsburg, and the
other was Charles Gettle, a member of
the Homestead school board, who will
be deposed. There are less than 400
men in the mills. One hundred afe
GIVEN A HEARING.
Prick's Assailant Appears In Court—Ball
Fixed at $24,000.
PITTSBURG, July 30.—Would-be As
sassin Berkman was given a preliminary
hearing in the county jail office during
the afternoon and was admitted to bail
aggregating $24,000, which was not fur
nished and the guilty anflrchist was re
manded for court. Police Judge Grip
and Alderman McMasters presided at
the hearing. Judge Grip examined wit
nesses on the charge of felonious assault
preferred by Superintendent of Police
O'Mara and held the prisoner in $10,000.
Alderman McMasters examined wit
nesses on three different charges—en
try of a building with intent to commit
a felony, one charge of felonious assault
and another charge of carrying concealed
weapons. The elevator man of the
Chronicle-Telegraph building and Vice
dhaurman Leaeliman of the Carnegie
company were the only witnesses ex
amined. In reply to questions the pris
oner said he intended to kill Frick, not
to torture him. Se did not want to
harm Mr. Leashman.
PITTSBURG, Aug. 1.— Judge Gripp
has held Knold and Bauer, the anarch
ists, in $2,000 bail on the conspiracy
charge and refused bail on the accessory
to murder charge. The hearing of
Mollick's case is now in progress. The
hearing of Mollick was not continued.
He will be heard on Tuesday afternoon
at 4 o'clock,.
Frick Sits Up.
PITTSBUBG, Aug. 2.—Mr. Frick passed
a very comfortable night was out
of his bed in the morning ate a hearty
treakfast, and no doubt will visit his
office early in the week. It is said that
no more bulletins of his condition will be
Issued by the attending surgeon.
More militia Break Camp.
PITTSBURG, Aug. 1.—Battery and
the Sheridan troop of cavalry have ar
rived in Pittsburg from Homestead.
There had been no previous intimation
tfra,t they would break camp.
J. C. BUCKLIN,
Aid BILLIARD HALL.
Bpst of Everything in
11^- my Line!
MATTESON & COOK,
Proprietors of tho
Limi STABLE & DM
Best of Rigs at Reasonable
Rates. Orders Promptly
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken it is plcasnut
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bovjels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and feveis and cures habitual
constipation. Svrup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the tasto and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the mo?t
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y.
Sixth Street, Morris, Minn.
Having recently erected a Large and Con
venient Carriage House, repaired my Stabie
and replenished it with first-class Horses,
Huggies and Carriages, I am better prepared
than ever before to accommodate the public.
We have recently purchased
and tire now prepared to attend Funerals
with the same.
ZAHL & McCONVILLE.
House, Sip & Carriage
All Work Guaranteed to be
Shop on Sixth Street, a little East of Engine
Ug^Orders may be left at Kerl & Watzke's
Next Building to Metropolitan Hotel,
FORBES & McCANNEY.,
New Fixtures, Remodeled
and Put in First-Class
Lapr Beer, fines, Lipors
Always on Hand.
In Its Worst Form. I
BENTON, Laf. Co., Wis., Doc., '88.
Ret. J. C. Borgen vouches for the following:
James Rooney who was suffering from St. Vitm
Dance in its worst form for about 1% years was
treated by several I'hysKuans without effect
two bottles of Pastor Koonig's Nerve Tonio
Saved From the Grave.
NORTH WASHINGTON, Iowa, Mch., 1891.
The wonderful dlscovory of Pastor Koonig's
Nerve Tonic has evidently savod me from tne
grave or an insane asylum and I and my kind
old mother cannot thank you enough for the
happiness you have bestowed upon us, for which
we thank you many thousand times, and will
remember you in our prayers.
—A Valuable Book en Nervous
Diseases sent free to any address,
aiul poor patients can also obtain
this medicine free of charge.
^liis romedv lias been prepared by tho Reverend
Pastor Koeniif. of Fort W yiic, Intl., since IS76. and
is now prepared uiuior!: direction by tlio
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, Si
Sold by Drujrgists at SI per Bottle. 8 for SB.
I.arge $1.75. Bottles for 99.
Painting and Calsoiinint
Leave Orders at Hulburd
& Co.'s Drug Store.
9 9 -fN
VTa give upocHl
br.Tidii, ulso to intcr.'ercnces, prpcuU, reiBsuu. trivdv
ir.nrhs, thfl prenavftHc-n of opinion fts to infrlr^meut,
scope pml v».iU!Vv of
tor ir Ov.roooK of Instruct
••io'if, t?rin.«, lf! ivn.: ii, cU\.
mco'Vl. i !5K, litiiiitablellsr.tiding,
ion." V St., W'jftbioirton, 1). C.
£3rB»nd trc« fo- p.v.'-.,:? os« ban.4.some ill
trattd toc'Klct., .tnveii)v- Ve^rv," publisher'spvic«
ifhrfhtpj*, i'if* n iif r'YtoYh n~ rti
cants, n.ud our
THE EISST NATIONAL BANK
Sfforr'h, Sicvww ©•., Winn.
On Improved Vr.rmy 1 n Htoyenr.Hopesnd
Money Ad^*nc«ri the day Ap|iltcatieii*Kad«)
Oomny OriVi-n mid School Bond* Porcbaft-/a
th IItuK-i'l Market Han*.
Morris Meat Market
FRESH, SALT & SMOKED
Tour Patronage is Solicited
Confectionery & Ciga,r
A Full Line of Tobaccos, Cigars and
i Confectionery kept constant!}' on hand at
the New Store, between Kohlcr'sharness
store and the Barber Shop.
Also a Large Assortment of FRUITS,
O. A. SMITH, Prop.,
J. T. BREEN, Proprietor.
Newly fitted up and every
thing in first-class shape,
erybody invited to call
bottled and on draught also
our Fine Liquors and Cigars.
We Keep None but the Best
BOBERSON & NELSON,
THE FIFTH ST.
Have Received their Stock of
Fall aid Winter
And are prepared to make them Into
Suits of the Latest and most
-FITS GUARANTEED EVERY TIME.—
Agent for the sale of
Grave Stones^ Monuments
Parties Supplied on the Most
Thankful for past patronage, I respectfully
request a continuance of the same.
Morris, Minn., April 20,1898.
Riverside Roller HI
One and Three-Quarters Milffs South-East
H. W. STONE & CO.,
Keeponhand Two Grades ol Choice
Flour, as follows:
Will a4, aJJ time receive prompt attention
Ov|»tselth«r G,rcuii*d ox Exchanged as
JMyCa*enmat betaken tn Cold Weather
to Ixwcthe FJour tborongtiiy warmed before
mixing nlso.tokeep Mre Sponge in a warm
place until ready for Bataliivgi. HyearefuHy
Observingfhese sample precautions you will
get good breall every tima« while,If neglect
ed,.vour broad win bo poorand dark,no mat
ter how eood the flonr.
For Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Hogs,
500 Puce Book on Treatment of Animals
Hiid t'liiirt J»ent Free.
CURES FcversjC on (rest ions. Inflammation
A. A. Spinal Mt'iiinuiti*. iHilk Fever.
R.B.—Strains. l,nnu-iuvH. Rheumatism.
C'.C.—Distemper. Nasal Discharge*.
].!...Hols or Grubs, Worms.
E.K.—Cniifflis, Heaves, Pneumonia.,
V.F. Colic or Gripes, llellyaelie.
II.H.--Ci inni y and Kidney Discuses.
1.1.--Eruptive Diseases, IMaujre.
J.K.--Diseases of Digestion, Paralysis.
Single Cottle iover oO doses), .QQ
Stable Case, with Specifies, Manual.
Veterinary Cure Oil ami Modicator, §7.00
Jar Veterinary Cure Oil, A 1.00
SnM Ity Tlrn-reMs or M-nt prepaid nntnlirro and In anx
HI'JtrilUKVS' JIKB. CO., 111 & 113 William St.. XrwTork.
use SO year ,. Tlio onlv t-u.-ccs^fnl remedy for
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
and Frustration, from ovrr-work or other i\",uso«.
por vinl, tr fi vinla ntid larso vinl poniti-r, ior$6.
v ni-mwisu.or svut Viatpuiduu a.
anrasKwuiB. c®., «u« mnu su, s«wv««.
C. FLATNER, Proprietor.
Onltr la all kiadi of
Fresh, Dried and
SAUSAGE, FISH, Mr
8k*p«a Wzth Itmt,
Billiard SS Hall
find Sample Hnnml
H. LARSON, Prop.,
Atlantic Avenue, AIORMfc, MINN.
Best of Lager Beer
On Draught and Bottled.
WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS
1). .: tO k.
Star fiollar II
On t'ae Pommc de.Terre River, live
Miles IfortheaBt of Morris.
Manufactures the Celebrated
Custom Work a Specialty!
The Mill is in thorough repair, having
been lately improyed, and now does better
work than ever. junel"
THE STEEL GEAR BUGGY.
H* Wood to shrink, break, tfecsy gf wtgf
Ho bolts or clips io become loose or rattia.
tear made antirely of stael, riveted tosethir.
••t be broken, will last forever.
THE ABBOTT BUGGY COCHICAGO.
JHHN i PIMM
Has Two2-seated Buppies for sale Cheap. He
is ascent for the Abbott Bugcy Co., and
Stone's Patent Steel Gear Buggy.
Done as usual,at the old stacd.
Sixth Street, Morris, Minn.
GREAT TR1HSC0NTINEHTM ROUTE,
Passes through Wisconsin, Minnesota. North
Dakota, Manitoba, Montana. Idaho, Oregon
THE DINING CAR LINE.
Dining Cars are run between Chicago, St.
Paul. Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Helena, Butte,
Taeoma, Seattle and Portland.
PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR liOLTE.
Pullman service daily between Chicago,
St. Paul,Montana and the Pacific Northwest
and between i?t-. Paul, Minneapolis and Min
nesota, North Dakota and Manitoba points.
THE POPULAR LINE.
Daily Express Trains carry elegant Pull
man Sleeping Cars. Dining Cars, Day
Coaches, Pullman Tourist Sleepers and Free
Colonist Sleeping Cars.
YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE.
The Northern Pacific R. R. is the rail line
to Yellowstone Park the popular line to
California and Alaska and its trains pass
through the grandest scenery of seven states.
Are sold at all coupon offices ot the Northern
Pacific Railroad to points North, East,South
and West, in the uited States and Canada.
East, departs at 6:50 a. in. West, arrives at
For Rates, Maps, Time Tables o» Special
Information.apply to A gent. Northern
Ii. A. HAMBLEN, Local Agent.
R. R., at Morris, Minn., or
CHAS. S. FEE,
Gen'l Pat-s. and Tickct Agent,
ST. PA I" I,, MINN.
Are Frepnred to put ilown
Tubular & Bored Wells,
General Repairing & Sulk
ing Wells Deeper.
mr jtti lf ytm
e tQ-day* I
.- nt50 you my
ution. 1 ao«
ike to brto^f
Ii liny fairly
nU' li£pnt |«nioa
•i*ly, how to
v in their otm
they livo. 1
I nlM furnWi
-pl-M monr, at
liich you can
1 desire but
y taupht and
p'^viuont a lar^a
h. AM is new,
i further, trhy, no harm is done. AilUrine,"
lu C» Bon Aueuata, MalMb
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