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VOL. XVII, NO. 37.
FIVE
PUBIIISHED
WHDNKSDAtS.
B. O. STEVENS,
PUBHSUKB.
Official Paper of Stevens County.
MANY PERISHED.
SCORES OF MINERS BURIED IN
WELSH COAL
ONE HUNDRED DEAD.
Xo Hope for the Still Imprisoned
in She A'jcvliPiisflg Mine.
LONDON, Aug. "3. -Forty-one of the
men imprisoned by the explosion in the
mine at Aberkensfig have been found to
be alive. Thirty-five of them have been
taken out. The ether six were too weak
-Co-be inoveu ana are still below. JTor
the remaining 1U0 miners there is no
hope.
Home Secretary Asquith arrived at
Aberkensfig during the day on a special
train. The lord mayor has undertaken
the raising of a fund for the families
left destitute by the loss of fathers or
brothers in the accident.
WENT INTO THE RIVER.
A Passenger Train on the Soo Botfd
Wrecked Near Barrett, Minn.
ELBOW LAKE, Minn., Aug. 2 .—The
west bound passenger on the Soo line,
consisting of three coaches and one
horse car, was wrecked one mile east of
Barrett, about eight miles east of this
place, by the giving away of a bridge
crossing the Pouime de Terre river.
The engine and horse car passed over
safely, but the coaches all went down,
the rear coach going to the bottom of
the river and the others piling on top.
Telegrams wore sent to Elbow Lake
and Glenwood for help. This place sent
down fifty .men. About 200 men were
at the bridge, all doing what they could
toward extricating the wounded and re
moving the dead. The at scene the
wreck was heart-rending. The list of
the dead and seriously wounded, so far
as known, is as follows:
Dead.
EDWARD SMITH,
Dunbar, Wis., laborer.
MICHAEL CROCKETT, De
borer.
JAMES LAURIE,
GEORGE HAYWOOD,
badly hurt.
was
in
A
PIT.
Nineteen Have Ileeu R«scued Alive.
Fears That Most of Them Have Per
Uhcd—The Work of Kneaa Qolaf on
Steadily. •.
LONDON, Aug. i.'6.—An explosion,
which, it is feared, may be attended by
enormous loss of life, has occurred at
Aberkenfig1, near Bridgend, in the
county 6f Glamorrgan, Wales. One
hundred and forty-one miners are en
tra^p i c.ial pit owiiur to an explo
sion which shattered th» galleries by
which aifv could have ia:ido their exit,
and is kn:nvn ft their fate.
When the explosion took place a vol
ume of coal dust aroso from thp month
of the pit, and this, along with "the
rumbling noise, gave notice to the in
habitants that something serious had
occurred. Women and children rushed
to the mouth of the pit, crying and
wailing fur the fathers, husbands and
brothers below. The scenes at the
pit's mouth were most distressing,
and efforts were at or.ee made to reach
the entombed tinners to ascertain the
extent of the calamity. Their efforts so
far have proved unsuccessful and the
indications are that the explo on may
have destroyed every life in the mine.
The miners have called on men from
neighboring collieries to assist in the
work of rescue and the most strenuous
exertions are being made to open a way
to the unfortunates below. In several
instances women have gone frantic over
the suspense and some of them have in
sisted on taking part in the work. Many
hundreds of spectators have assembled
from all directions and work is at a
standstill in the vicinity, so great and
general is the anxiety to ascertain
whether those in the mine are alive or
not.
Pere, Wis., la­
Syracuse,
tiOS'I'AF
N. Y., laborer.
BOQUIST,
Hoffman, Minn.
'J WO UNKNOWN LABORERS,
whose bod­
ies floated down the river and have not yet
been recovered.
Injnred.
JOHN MCMILLAN, roadmaster, back hurt
and internal injuries recovery very doubtful.
CAUL
PETEHSO.V, Watertown. Minn., large
scalp wound.
DENNIS HORTON,
injuries.
JOHN THOMPSON, Boardman, Wis.,internally
Injured,
SEYMOUK BI:GBE«, Manistee, Mich,, head
badly cut and interna ly injured cannot re
cover.
A.
C.
BELTKA, Elbow Lake, cut about the
eyes.
MHS. BELVKA, internally injured.
GKLSELL,
(iHOIJGK
Charleston,
shoulders, foot and jar/
rooms.
Menominee, Mich.,internal
S. C., both
injured recovery
doubtful.
MATT KF.I.LET, Ashland, Wis., bad cats in
neck, shoulder and face.
D. F. VALE,
ered.
St. Paul, upper lip nearly sev­
Elk River,'Minn., legs
GEOKGK LIVINGSTONE, laborer, injnred IN
ternally.
More People Aliasing.
ELBOW LAKF., Minn., Aug. 29.—An
inquest over the Soo wreck of Saturday
has commenced at Barrett. It has de
veloped that the bridge was rotten, and
it is alleged that the company's agents
reported the unsafe condition, which has
teen the talk of the Barrett peeple for
some time. Public feeling is running
high against the company, and the coro
ner's jury is expected to lay the founda
tion for the indictment of the officials.
The coroner has ordered the raking of
swollen Pom me de Terre rivor, as tele
grams of inquiry point to several miss
ing and not accounted for.
TWENTY-! WO DEAD.
Soldiers Succumb to the IXcat in ^nenf
kirclicn Maneuvers.
LONDON, Aug. 20.—The Standard's
Bada Pesth correspondent gives an
account of the military maneuvers at
Fuenfkirchen in the terrible heat. He
says that out of the forces engaged in
the evolutions four officers, eight cor
porals and ten privates have died of
sunstroke.
Nominated Burke.
BOISE. Ida., Aug. 27. Democrats
Ifcftvo nominated John M. Burke, of
|5pokaiie county, for governor ou the
fcepth ballot.
vr*-:•?w*
$&
GIVE IT UP.
The Itottfclo Strike Officially Declared
Off.
BUFFALO, Aug. ~5.—At midnight Mr.
Sweeney, the head of the' switchmen's
order, officially recognized the fact that
the strike movement of switchmen,
which
inaugurated twelve days ago
this city, had failed. In the official
terms of the order the strike was de
clared off. The men who were formerly
employed as switchmen in the railway
yards here will, before daylight, be no
tified by their local officials that the pur
pose for which they quit their employ
ment has not been accomplished, and
that they are now at liberty to get back
their places if they can.
Troops Leaving.
BTTFFALO, N. Y., Ang. —The
evacuation of the railroad yards by the
state militia has been ordered, and some
of the troops are already leaving for
home. Others will follow quickly and
the remainder will be gradually with
drawn.
Convlots Ordered Returned.
NASHVILLE, Aug. 30.—The 000 con
victs recently sent back here from Oli
ver Springs, Tracy City and Inman
by
rioters have .been" formally ordered re
turned.
Troops to Lea re Homestead.
HARRISBURQ, Pa., Aug. 27.—IT is un
derstood that the troops
at Homestead
will be withdrawn in a low davs.
BLOCKED THEIR GAME.
A Canadian Scheme to Avoid Paying
Tolls Nipped in the Bud.
WASHINGTON, Aug. O0.—The Cana
dians, with a view of evading the 20
cent tolls to be imposed in accordance
with the terms
of the president's procla
mation on and after Sept. 1 next, on the
Manitoba wheat shipped through St.
Mary's canal, are proposing to evade
the requirements of the proclamation
by shipping in Canadian bottoms from
Duluth to Port Huron to bo trans
shipped from that point by the Grand
Trunk line through Canada. This
matter being brought to the attention of
the treasury department, Assistant
Secretary Spaklipg sent the following
explicit ielegraifl. to the solicitor of the
Grand Trunk railroad company:
Hon. F. E. Medbaugh, Detroit, Mich.:
Neither Manitoba nor dome .ic wheat
can be carried in Canadian bottoms from
Duluth to Port Huron, as it would be in
violation of outcoasting laws. But if
carried in American bottoms it is not
subject to tolls. If carried throught the
canal from Duluth to Samia for con
sumption in or export from Canada via
Montreal or.any other port it would be.
GOES TO WASHINGTON.
The Next Eacampmcnt of the Knights of
Pythias to Be Held There.
KANSAS CITY, Aug. yo.—The next bi
ennial session of the supreme ledge' and
encampment of tho Knitjh ta of Pyilii.ts
will be held in Washington, D. C., so
the supreme lodgo decided during the
morning after a sharp contest between
Louisville, Washington and Minneapo
lis. The vote was a close one and on
the final roll call Washington received
62, while Louisville followed with 50.
Minneapolis was not in the contest after
the preliminary skirmishing and the
fight narrowed down to Louisville and
Washington.
The proposed changes in the constitu
tion, which may mean a change in the
management of the endowment rank,
were made a special order for Wednes
day. Aside from locating the next en
campment routine busiaess only was
considered.
WISCONSIN DEMOCRATS.
Governor Peck and the Present State Offi
cers Will Be Renominated.
MILWAUKEE, Aug. SO.—The Demo
cratic state convention will be held next
Monday, but from the quiet harmony
which exists around the headquarters of
the state central committee and around
the Democratic resorts of the city one
would think that the question of select
ing candidates for the fall campaign had
already been settled. The administra
tion of the past two years has given
such satisfaction that Governor Peck
and many of those who led the party to
victory two years ago will undoubtedly
be renominated. This feeling is so
strong throughout the state that none of
the delegates have come to the city }ret,
though many -of them have engaged
Kansas City Disappointed.
KANSAS CITY, Aug. 27. —1The business
of the supreme lodge is finished, and
only the remnant of what was to be the
greatest thing ever seen in Kansas City
is left. It has been a great disappoint
ment to the citizens, as the crowd which
remained here over night never at any
time exceeded 50,000 people, and provi
sions had been made to accommodate
100,000.
Iowa Congressional Nominations.
DES MOINES, Aug. 26.—E. A. Ott,
president of elocution in the Drake uni
versity, has been nominated for con
gress by the People's party of the Sev
enth district. At Decorah Walter H.
Butler was nominated by the Democrats
of the Fourth district, and at New
Hampton Thomas P. Upgraff was nomi
nated by the Republicans of the same
district.
Gresham Won't Talk.
CHICAGO, Aug. 28.—Judge Walter Q.
Gresham returned from his Eastern
trip. He declined to add anything to
the statements made by him in the East
denying the truth of the report that he
had decided to deliver one or more ad
dresj&gs^n behalf of the National People's
party.
Yacht Safe in Harbor.
COLLINGWOOD, Ont., Aug. 28.—The
report that the steam yacht Wahpiti
went down in a storm in Georgian bay,
and all but two of those on board were
drowned, is absolutely untrue. The
yacht is now safely/ at anchor in this
harbor.
The failure is announced of Redferu,
Alexander & Co., Australian and New
Zealand merchants and bankers of
London. Their liabilities amount to
250,000 pounds.
A dispatch from Zanzibar says it is
reported on good authority that Byron
Paul and other members of the German
expedition sent to punish the natives
have been murdered at Kilamjori.
A dispatch from Tangier states that
Muley Ilaman, the leader of the re
bellious Angherites, has won a victory
over the sultan's troops, killing many of
them and putting the rest to precipitate
flierht.
MINNESOTA NEWS.
Redwood Falls is badly in need of ten
ement houses.
A
new postoffioe has been established
at Cohasset, Itasca county.
The Milwaukee depot and
the R.ear
contents at
Blooming Prairio burned Thursday.
First district Democrats have renom*
inated Captain Harries for congress.
Grand Rapids is to haye an opera
house ereoted by the Odd Fellows of
that place.
Thorpe Bros. & Co.'S elevator and 10,
000 bushels of wheat was burned at Buf
fington last week.
St. Paul business men
have petitioned
the council to illuminate the streets
during the state fair.
Gamblers and other disreputable
characters have been warned to leave
Breckenridge at once.
John Phillips, a pioneer settler, died
Monday of paralysis at his residence in
Lake City, aged 03 years.
Katie Kiess, of Minneapolis, kindled a
fire with kerosene. Her clothing caught
fire and she was fatally burned.
Tuesday was the 80th anniversary of
the battle of New
Ulin,
and the
Ciookstoa
day was
generally observed there as a holiday.
is to be lighted
by ga-I
in
fiHr-re. A stork company
$3().UL0
with A CAPITA of
formed.
Gabriel'Renville,
has been
the noted Sisseton
chief, who has been seriously ill for
time at Brown's Valley, died
Friday,
I Mankato Review, published as a
wcvkly for moreVthau a quarter of A-cen
tury, will issue a daily edition commenc
ing Sept. 5.
The claim of General Sanborn against
the Sisseton and Wahpeton Indians for
about $25,000 attorney fees has been de
cided in favor of the office.
A Pine Island man cut a stock of corn
in his field last week which measured
eleven feet and two inches and which he
claims grew in 53 days, a growth of
over two inches a day.
During a recent thunderstorm light
ning struck the house of Peter Herzig at
Mazeppa. The bolt tore the elastic out
of a congress shoe without injuring the
leather in the least and played other
pranks.
D. Sweeney and John Halbron, two
river men, performed rather a startling
feat at Winona Saturday night by jump
ing from the high bridge to the river, a
distance of sixty feet. Neither of the
men were injured.
Isaac Botsford, a pioneer of Albert
Lea, suicided Saturday by throwing
himself in front oi'a train. He was 60
years of age, an old soldier, an able
newspaper writer, and good printer.
Despondency over financial matters the
cause.
The city ticket offices of the Chicago
said Northwestern and Chicago, Mil
waukee and Si. Paul roads at Winona
are to be abolished Aug. 81. The
general freight and passenger offices of
the Milwaukee road will also be re
moved to LaCrosse.
The Crookston land office announces
that the portion of congressional town
ship 152, range 41, lying west of Red
Lake reservation, in Polk county,
has been surveyed and will be open to
entry Sept. LT. This is the first portion
of
the reservation thrown open to set
tlers.
After Sept. 1 Moorhead will be one of
the centers for distributing forecasts
and warnings to cities and towns in
Minnesota and North Dakota. Forty
two cities and towns in the last two
states will receive predictions from
Moorhead instead of St. Paul, as here
tofore.
Captain R. A. Pratt, U. S. A., the dis
tinguished Indian educator and superin
tendent of the Indian training school,
Carlisle, Pa., has been at White Earth
agency during the past week. Captain
Pratt will take back with him a large
class of candidates for the Carlisle
school, boys and girls ranging in years
from 14 to lb.
A rather novel case was decided in
court at Winona last week. A few years
ago John Sikorski came to Winona to
obtain work, shortly after sending $50
back to the old country to pay the. fare
to America of his sweetheart,who prom
ised to marry him upon arrival there.
She was there but
a
short time when she
became engaged to and married a man
named Meyer. Sikorski then sued to
recover the $50.
The
Mr. Gladstone
court granted him
the $50, interest and costs, amounting in
all to $76.
LOST ON THE PRAIRIE.
The 3-Year-Old Child of a Farmer Near
Ful(l*, Minn., Cannot Be Found.
FULDA, Minn., Aug. 30.—During^the
evening a farmer named Haberman,
who lives about one mile east of town,
came in and informed the people that
one of his twin girls, about 3 years old,
was lost somewhere on the prairie. The
child went to the road which ran near
the house and with her sister wandered
along the highway from the house about
a quarter of a mile and out of sight of
her parents. A short time after, the
sister of the little girl who is lost re
turned and said, "Julia had gone after
candy." The parents went in search,
but could not find any trace of the child,
but hunted nearly all
day before they
alarmed the town people. Search was
made until dark by a few, but about 100
men went out at daybreak and the
search has been continued by hundreds
of people all day long. Every foot of
the prairies for miles around lias been
carefully examined and searched with
out avail. No trace or clue of the miss
ing child has as yet been found and
night has again
cotoe and all
have gone
homo and abandoned the search. The
opinion is now quite general that the
child has been abducted.
FOREIGN.
has been
re-elected in
Midlothian.
TIJE government of Uruguay will ne
gotiate a loan of L,000,060 in Paris.
Marshal Deodore DaFonseca, the first
president of the Republic of Brazil, is
dead.
A ukase has been issued annulling the
prohibition against the exportation FROM
Russia of rye, rye meal and all kinds
Qf
bran.
It is stated that an important witness
in the May brick
case is said to have
died
recently at Capetown, after having con
fessed to committing perjury at the
trial. «.
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY
NVJllboopen as follows: Wednesday after
noon from 4 to 6 and Saturday evening from
7 to 0 o'clock.
J. 1}. Uii.i.KSI'IE, Librarian.
BUSINESS CARDS.
A. FLAHERTY,
lawyer.
S
•County Attorney.
JJ IIULBUKP,
»'ciock
P.
si.
MOKKIS, MINNESOTA.
QBO. E. DARLING.
Counselor at Law.
Practice In all State and U njted statesOourti.
Office over Helgesou & Hansou's store.
^YM. O. BICKNELL,
Attorney at Law,
MORRIS, MIFNKJBOTA
Office .over Larson's Store.
'"nn, •fff'
T, BE VANS,
Attorney at Law,
MORRIS, MINNESOTA
W.REYNOU&,
Counselor at Law,
Practices In a!! loriris of the Sf-tte sinfl
United Stale, an-.l will Importfmt -aRC§
n tlu* U. S. Land Uiiic.
OXUct'over t.lie Grjui! County Hmk,
J3 A. MCCARTHY,
HERMAN, MINN.
Physician and Surgeon,
MORItIS, MINN,
Office over CUas. W. Rohne's drug storet
Jfticchoura from8 to
9o'clock A. H.,
and
1
8
Notary Publio and Convey
ancer.
Abstracter and Examiner of Titles. Special
attention «?i veti to business before the United
States Land Office and Pension Bureau. De
fective titles remedied and perfected. Real
Estate, Loans and 1
nsurance.
MORRIS, MINN.
R. SUTHERLAND
Physician and Surgeon.
Oflltec over Stevens County Bank.
Office Hours—8 to 10 A.M., and 3 to 5 P.M.
Q. W. MAUGHAN,
Veterinary Surgeon,
MORRIS, MINNESOTA.
MINNEAPOLIS
Brewing and Malting
COMPANY#*^^
SUCCESSORS TO—-
John Orth Brewing 0o., the Heinrich
Brewing Association, P. D. Noerenberg
and Germania Brewing Co.
CAPACITY, 300,000 BARBELS
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
Wilkes Stallion,
Standard under Highest Rule, No. 6.
Foaled July, 1890. Col
or Bay.
Sire—Walsingham 2166, by the great George
Wilkes. Walsingham, sire of Latitude, 2:10^4
at four years old, and others. His dam Neil
son is dam of Prospect Maid, 2:23and is
dam of three producing sires.
Dam—By Sprague (Rounds), sire of Raven
Spraguc, 2115% Jenny Sprague, 2121*4, and
others.
second Dam—By John Edsall, by Abdallah
15.
Third Dam—By Long Island Black Hawk
24, by Andrew Jackson.
Here is an Opportunity to Breed
to this Richly Bred Grandson of the
Famous George Wilkes 519.
TERMS, $25 FOR SEASON,
Limited to Ten Mares, at
Rockdale Farm Co.'s Barn.
illslrary
An Exeellent School for Both Sexes!
Prepares for Collego or Business.
Excellent Courses in English or Sciences,
Music or Art.
An
experienced Faculty, a comfort
able Home. Beautiful new buildiiigs
heated with steam and hot water.
New Music Ilall, Large Drill Hall, and
Central Heating Plant all in process of
erection.
Good morals Kind and firm disci
pline. Expenses Low.
Send for catalogue to
JAMES W. FORD, Prin.
North Dakota Farm.
Of 1,600 acres 1,100 cultivated. Good build
ings, full line of machinery and choice stock.
For sale atlow price, on easy terms, with or
without stock. Situated threo miles from
elevator on Great Northern Railroad.
Address,
D. O. HERNDON, Lakota, N. D.
Are You 8 Catholic?
Are you unciuplujcdi' Will you
work for $18.00 per week? Write to
me at once.
«T. R. GAY,
194 Madison St., CHICAGO, IMU
In whose Name Ass'ed
and Hubdlvision of
Section, Lot or Block
kimi
ONVATONNA, MINN.
0. E. GAMP*
i'X\
E. MvBurllngamc,
SW* -.14
Totalj $5.00.
MORRIS, MINN., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31. 1892. $1.50 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
FURNITURE
NEW LUMBER YAR
HELGESON & WILCOX,
LIME, CEMENT AND PLASTERING HAIR.
Yard on West Side of Railroad Track, Opposite
Inter-State Elevator.
Notice of Expiration of Redemption.
T2
Date of
is
Judgment. When Sold. *R«3
126" 41 1885 March 2,1,1887 May 2,1887 ?7.48 14.65 *12.18
OFFICE OF COUNTY Aunrroit, STEVENS COUNTY, MINNESOTA.
To E. MY-fenrf'lriframe:
You are hcrebv notified thai, pursuant to t.ax judgment entered in the District Court,
in the county of Stevens, State of Minnesota, as above stated, the land herein above de
scribed, assessed in your name, wis sold ror tax as above stated, and that the time of
redemption from said sale allowed by law, will expire sixty days after service of this notice.
In addition to lie amount above stated, as necessary to redeem from said sale, the cost of
service of this notice must be paid, together with suoli interest as may accrue from and
after this date.
Witness my hand and official seal, at Morris, in said county of Stevens, this 25th
day ol July. 1893.
SEAIJJ
STATE OF MINNESOTA, !ss
County of Stevens,
I hereby certify and return that I have made diligent aearoh and inquiry for the
within named E. M. Biuiingame, that she cannot be found In said county, and that no
person is occupying or in possession of th^premiseRdeBcrlbed within, but that the same are.
wholly vacant and unoccupied.
Dated this 5th day of August, 1892.
My Fees:—Certificate, Si-00. GEORGE H. MUNRO,
Mileage, 4.00. Sheriff of said County of StevenS.
STOERSON & THORSTAD,
-Dealers Iii-
V
Fifth Street,
CAMP & GILLESP
largest and Most Complete Stock of
.-A.3STID-
In the Northwest!
LOWER THAN
MINN*.
•DEALERS IN-
Lumber, Shingles, Lath
Fence Posts, Sash, Doors & Mouldings.
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H.
N. R. SPURR, County Auditor.
By 8. G. PULLIAM, Deputy.
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PUMPS, PATNTS, diLS, ETC.
Standard and Household Sewing Machines.
First-Class Tin Shop in Connection, and will Guaran
tee to do all kinds of Tin Work in first-class order and at
Low Prices. v,
MORRIS, MINN.
Morris. April 1,1891.
historical
STAINS, VARNISHES, TURPENTINE, JAPANS, k
Lion Brand Mixed Paints. Lion Brand Wall
Finish and Alabastine.
These are all goods that we have handled for years,
and we give our Personal Guarantee that they are
Superior Articles.
HARNESS SHOP!
J. BHOM, Proprietor,
Fifth"Street, MORRIS, MINK.
Have now on hand a Large Number of Hand-Made
••••••••••WORK HARNESSES
Manufactured by my
sell from the Very Best Material.
Also a Good Stock of
Biro Harness, Salles, Bridles, Blankets, Whips,
and everything kept in a First-Class Harness Store.
MILLINEM
MISS MARY THOMPSON,
At her rooms, on Filth Street, has a New and
Complete Stock of
a
Comprising All of the
LATEST STYLES
Reccutly purchased for the Spring Trade.
She is fully prepared to attend to Millinery
In all its branches.
Prices Low and Satisfaction
Guaranteed.
iw
Ski
J. D. GILLESPIE.
u
III Oft
-AT-
Stone & DumWe's Hardware Store.
In addition to our Large and Well Assorted
Stock of General Hardware, Pumps, Pipe, &c.,
we keep a full stock of Paints and Oils, compris
ing in part ENAMEL PAINTS for repaint
ing chairs and other furniture.
J.
BRCM.
RestauranT
Wunsch's Building Atlantic Ave.,
MORRIS, MINN.
S. G. PULLIAM, Prop.
Meals
of Lunch at
III
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OILS!
Hours
Tables Furnished with the Best i& the
MARKED
MEALS, 25 GTS.
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