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Village Director)-.
VIIILAQK OFPICBKS.
Present—Q Thorpe
Couiu'TJm^n—IT. J. Pressor, John S. Dan
eiis
John
Krii'kson, Oeorge Blaokman.
Raror*UT—A Krtokson
A*mn**or—FfcJKouton
Marshal—John lten/.lng
A R—C Huuter Post, No IH meets on
|h« and 4th 8«timl»y of «»^.™0£^
W TU meets serai-monthly on Wednes
day at 3
MHg
JJ TKNNKY, Pres't
ConeregatlonalChurch.U Routcllffe.pas
to?T»«Troe8 morning and evening.
I. O. (». T.—Hancock LtHlge, No. 807, mcsots
every FrlO^atS
F\\£
Buy your paints of Thorp® & Tol
lifson, where you get the best. tf
The meeting of the Hancock Re
publican Club on the evening of Aug
ust 19th, was very sliwly attended.
Miss Minnie Fenton left here Fri
day night for Pine Island, Minn.,
where she is engaged as teacher fc
the ensuing year."
The Misses Agnes and Anua Hunt
er left for Wikmir, where they will re
sume their dishes as teacher tue
schools of that place.
Any make of organs or pianos will
be furnished by Thorpe & Tollifson.
C. B. Parks and Will Fenton killed
a pelican Sunday that measured 8 ft.
2 in. from tip to tip of the wings. It
was the largest one we ever saw.
H. J. Dresser has departed this
country aud taken Steve Porter with
him as assistant. In other words, he
has gone above Crookston somewhere
threshing.
The changes in the different soci
eties are as follows: C. H. Hunter
Post, G. A. R.—Com. C. A. Black
man V. C., A. E. Hulett S.ofV.—
Capt.. Chas. Sandell Lieut., Geo.
Blackman. I. O- G. T.—C. T., Mrs.
H. J. Dresser Sec'y-, Mrs. F. H.
Angers.
Best brand of mixed paints at
Thorpe & Tollifson's.
Frank Wilcox is receiving goods
by the carload- Farmers are taking
advantage of the low prices to stock
up in good shape, notwithstanding
the cry of poor crops. You will
find anything in the line of dry goods,
groceries or any other kind of goods
at Frank's store.
-f H. 1». Cook, brother of Mrs. C. L.
Gates, is visiting relatives here. His
home is in Boston. This is the first
time he has seen his only relative liv
ing for a number of years. He will
leave for Minneapolis Monday night,
accompanied by his sister, to visit
friends residing there.
Mr. G. C. Thorpe informs us that in
their collection of vegetables for the
state fair they had a head of cabbage
procured of Mr. C. B. Parks of the
town of Hodges that weighed 24§
pounds and some of the larger leaves
were broken off at that. "We have seen
cabbage heads that weighed more
than that, that walked around and
talked.
Go to the drug store for your ma
chine oils.
Now why is it that a conference was
called at Morris on the 23d of August?
We had understood that the conven
tion held at Herman sometime previ
ous to a call for a conference at Morris
had placed-in nomination two candi
dates for representatives. Now if
such are the facts, why is it necessary
to have a conference? The conven
tion held at Herman was a legally
called convention legally authorized
to place in nomination two represen
tatives for the 49th district by a ma
jority vote the convention did so nom
inate Messrs. G. C. Thorpe of Han
cock, Stevens county, and Andrew
Peterson of Wheaton, Traverse county.
Now is not the above a true presenta
tion of the action of the convention at
Herman? This conference scheme
seems to be a very nice thing, if the
managers thereof can make it work.
Of course we are ignorant as to who
are engineering this scheme, but we
have been informed that they have
their headquarters in Big Stone
county, somewhere. Now who ever
the instigators of this funny business
are they must think that the Repub
lican party of this district is a party
of consummate fools. The idea of
their saying to the regularly nominat
ed candidates—Thorpe pnd Peterson
—now, for the interests of the Repub
lican party, you just allow one or
both of your names to be withdrawn
in this election and substitute one or
both of ours, and we will run one or
both of you for president at the gen
eral election. No, sir, gentlemen, we
are very well satisfied as it is and pro
pose to fight it out on this line if it
takes all winter. No conference for
us until after election.
Piles of people have piles, but De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve will cure them.
Hulburd fc Co,
HANCOCK,
om
9 or v—Prairie Gaiup, No4ft mee^l«tand
,dS..»rt.J.f..chmou.hiAci!jiii|iCill[
^oi££c. T.
RAIT.HOAI
TIME TABLE.
Passenger trains on the Girat
leave HuneocK us follows: Going N\ est, 1-.S8
n tn* ifotuif Ktfcst 11 15 u in.
I«y train, tiolng oust, leaves at l-:.0p. m.,
Ifolng west, 2:27 p. m.
Local Items.
THE HANCOCK BULLETIN.
MINN.,
Mr. Van Pelt, editor of the Craig,
M., Meteor, went to a drug store at
Hillside, Iowa, and asked the physi
cian in attendance to give him a dose
of sometliiug for cholera morbus and
looseness of the bowels. He says: "I
felt so much better the next morning
that I concluded to call on the physi
cian and get him to fix me up a sup
ply of the medicine. I was surprised
when he handed me a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. He says he prescribes it reg
ularly in his practice and finds it the
best he cau get or prepare. I can
testify to its efficiency in my case at
all events." For sale by F. Bucken
tin, Morris, and Thorpe & Tolifson,
Hancock. lm
The Barges S«h
DETROIT,
Sept.
City "f Green Bay Safe.
Later it is learned that the reported
foundering of the city of Green Bay is
unfounded. She left Marquette for
White Fish at 10 a. m., Friday morning.
CAUSED A PANIC.
Homestead Soldiers Charge on an
sion Steamer.
PITTSBURG, Sept. 4.—As the excursion
steamer City of Pitt'lmrg was passing
Honu steud during the evening some of
the passengers shouted -'scab" at the
workmen in Ci'.mojie's mill. A number
of soldiers ci.sckly boarded the tug boat
Tide -«d stinted "for the City of Pitta
burg. The two boats collided and the
militia made a bayonet charge on the
excursionists. In the rush a woman was
knocked down, her leg broken and se
vere internal injuries inflicted.
A scene of the wildest excitement fol
lowed, which soon developed into a com
plete panic. Women fainted by the
score and four children were trampled
under foot and seriously injured. About
twenty-five of the passengers were ar
rested and taken to Homestead charged
with disorderly conduct. Of those on
board the City of Pittsburg only thirty
five were mea to 300 women and chil
dren.
A General Break Anticipated.
PITTSBURG, Sept. 4.—It is reported at
Homestead that several hundred Hun
garians and Slavs will return to work in
the Carnegie mill in the morning. It
was also rumored that a general break
in the ranks of the strikers from all de
partments of the mills will take place
soon,
MINERS THREATEN.
Coal Creek and Oliver Springs to Be J0
stroyed.
COAL CREEK.
Tenn., Sept. 4.—There
been no trouble here or at Oliver
Springs during the day. Warden Ferris,
of Oliver Springs, thinks the outlook
ominous, however, and desires military
guards. A report has reached here
from Tellico county that 400 miners met
there and swore to wipe out Coal Creek
and Oliver Springs before next Saturday
night.
Talt Hall Hanged.
NOBTON, Sept. 2.—'Talton Hall was
safely hanged at Wise Court House,Va.,
at noon. There were fears of an attempt
at rescue, but none was made. The
murderer, who had been kept constantly
under the influence of liquor during the
last few days, made a speech on the
scaffold. The drop fell at 12:34 p. m.,
and life was pronounced extinct seven
teen minutes later. His neck was broken
by the fall.
There is no use of talking, neither
Harrison nor Cleveland will be elected
unless they take De Witt's Little Early
Risers. They have a "get there" quality
possessed by no other pill. Hulburd &
Co.
YOU WILL FIND
J. D. WALTERS'
SAMPLE
8EPTEM1JKR ©. 1WW.
-Spy?
4.—Dispatches
have
been received to the effect that the Guid
ing Star and Ouoneto of the City of
Toledo's tow are all right. The Guiding
Star is ashore about twenty-five milea
from Marquette, and it is believed none
of her crew have been lost. Captain
Eber Ward, of this city, has received a
dispatch to the effect that the Ononeto
is safe in the Huron Bay.
AT
Imported Wines and Brandiea.
Domestic and Imported Cigars.
Pabst's and Schlitz's Milwaukee Beer.
Guiness' Dublin Stout.
Bass & Co.'s English Ale.
Imported and Domestic Sardines.
Lunch Goods of all kinds.
Select Bulk Oysters in Season.
Hancock, August 9,1892.
s.
J. D. WALTERS,
.HANCOCK, MINN.
AND DRAY,
ATKTIIS & WABURTON, Props.
HANCOCK, MINN1.
At Dresser's Old Stand.
Patrons will find at this
Stable First-Class Horses
and Carriages.
flERMS REASONABLE.
J. C. BUCKLIN,
Sample Rnnm
Ani BILLIARD HALL.
Best of Everything in
my Line!
'i-i
HANCOCK, MINN.
Hancock, Minn., April
INJNEW QUARTERS!
We are now located in our New Briok Store, and
having Ample Room, oan Tfrait on our Customers
promptly and Satisfactorily.
OUR STOCK OF
FALL GOODS
Complete* Consisting of an Immense Stock of,.
Dress Goods,
And Every Variety of
Dry Goods, Clothing for Men and Boys,
0ent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Notions, .Crockery,
Groceries, Etc.
Prices Low, as Usual, Oall and Examine.
WILCOX & WELLS.
Season Of 1
-Manufacturers' Agent tor-
DEERING HARVESTERS & BINDERS!
The Machine that uses Less Twine than any other in the licld today.
Wg?* Makes a good solid square bundle all kinds of grain, and
always works.
The DEERING 4,5 and 6 Foot MOWERS!
HOLLIMSWORTH & THOMAS HAY BAKES!
Both Hand and Self Dump, up to 12 feet wide.
JOHH ZDZBIEIE^EJ PLOWS
The Best there iB in the Market, either Breaker or Stubble, Walking or
Gang. The Breaker lays the sod the flattest and is the Best
for Seeding Flax.
•MOI-iIITE "w^ca-oiisrs i
Warranted Equal to any and Superior to many.
CORN PLOWS AND CULTIVATORS.
Washburn & Moen Plain and Barbed Wire, the,JB?st
and the Cheapest Wire in the Market.
The Old Reliable
PLYMOUTH TWINE!
Cheaper to Buy, because Better for the Money. Iam 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 Grain, at my.
Offices in Hancock and Morris.
S. STEWART.
AT CLARK'S CASH STIIREI
Bedford Cords, Cashmeres, Outing Flannels,
Fancy Ginghams, Black and White Goods.
Elegant Line of Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Misses & Children's Shades
gfcWM— iii i——ammm
FURTER MITEL,
:AUSTIN
A Complete Line of M. D. Wells' Famous Shoes.
Clothing, Groceries, Fruits, Crockery, Etc.*
Our Prices. Correspond with Our Cash Principles.
Yours respectfully,
J. LUNDE, Prop.,
HANCOCK, MINN.
Good Accommodations at
Reasonable Rates.
——GOOD BARN IN CONNECTION.
GEO. E. CLARK.
18,1892.
MATTESON & COOK,
J'roprljitors of tlio
LIVERY STABLE 4
HANCOCK, MINN.
Best of Rigs at Reasonable
Rates. Orders Promptly
Attended to.
GEORGE W.
CURTI8
w
GEORGE
DEAD.'
fit* Noted Editor and Reformer Fanin
Avijr at Mil Home on StaUn Island.
NEW YORK, Aug. 81.— George
Cartis died about 2:80 a. m. at his home
ixi West Brighton, Staten Ialuud. At
his bedside were his wife, his unmarried
daughter and his son, Dr. F. C. CurtiK,
of Boston. Mr. Curtis was conscious tip
th« last and his doath was very
peaceful one. The nature of Mr. Curtis*
disease has never been determined. It
WILLIAM CURTIS.
Was announced some time ago that he
was suffering from cancer in the
•tomach, but the physicians who at
tended him could not agree that his di»
was of a cancerous nature.
FOR RECIPROCITY.
Tho Convention at Grand Forks Kafcoa
Recommendations.
GRAND FORKS, N. D., Sept. 1.—Three
lessions of the reciprocity convention
were held here during the day. Gov
ernor Burke, of North Dakota, is the
chairman but Hon. James Fisher, of
Winnipeg, is acting chairman. There
are about bOO delegates present, Minne
sota, North Dakota, Iowa, Wisconsin
and Manitoba all being represented.
The leading topic of discussion was
the question of a waterway to the sea
board, the subject of reciprocity being
left for another day. The committee
on resolutions met a small stumbling
block in agreeing upon a clau.so cm the
question of recommendations to the Can
adian and United States governments as
to increasing the waterway route
to the sea. Canadian mem
bers and a majority of the
state representatives favored a general
recommendation to improve the St.
Lawrence river route, but Thompson, of
Duhith, opposed any recommendation
that involved the expenditure of money
by the United States in improving the
Welland canal and leaving out his idea
of a canal from the lakes to New York.
In order to have unanimity of action a
concession of both Canadians and
Thompson was agreed upon. The reso
lution embodies a recommendation for
an increased appropriation for making
the Red River of the North more nav
igable. The convention is considered a
big success.
The Second Day.
GRAND FORKS, N. D., Sept. 8.-rThe
attendance had increased to about two
hundred delegates when the Reciprocity
convention waa called to order at 10:20
a. m.
A telegram was read from J. J. Hill
expressing regret at his inability to
attend.
The committee on resolutions then
reported. The resolutions declare in
favor of the improvement of the Red
River of the North and the Columbia
river by the United States and Canadian
governments under some equitable mu
tual agreement a.s to method and expense
in favor of every encouragement being
given the promoters of the Hudson's
Bay railroad, and declare that the com
mercial needs of the two countries
should not be hindered by governmental
resolutions or exclusive privileges to
particular corporations in building rail
roads across the international boundary.
After some debate the resolutions were
adopted.
Will Meet in St. Paul.
After a brief discussion at 1:15 it
was unanimously decided to hold the
next convention in St. Paul within six
months, the time to be selected by the
executive committee. The convention
then adjourned sine die after passing
resolutions of thanks to the officials and
Citizens of Grand Forks.
Assistant Secretary Crounze, of the
treasury department, has tendered bis
resignation to enter the gubernatorial
campaign in Nebraska. He will look
after the work of his department until
his successor has qualified.
Democratic congressional nomina
tions: Ninth Missouri, J. Beauchamp
Clark Twenty-fifth Pennsylvania, E.
P. Gillespie Ninth Michigan, H. H.
Wheeler Seventh Iowa, J. A. Dyer
Ninth Iowa, J. E. F. McGec Tenth Ten
nessee, .Tosiah Pattison Twenty-third,
Pennsylvania Frank C. Osborne Sev
enth California, Olin Welborn,
MISCELLANEOUS.
Labor Day was generally calebrated
throughout the country.
Danish Lutherans have closed a big
conference at Waupaca, Wis.
President Harrison's letter of accept
ance has been given to the pvblic.
Daniel Steele Durrie, librarian of the
Wisconsin State Historical society, is
dead.
A row of wooden buildings at Port
land, Or., owned by C. II. Dodd, was
burned Sunday. Loss $1UU,UOO. In
sured.
Rev. J. F. Chaffee, presiding elder of
the Winona conference district of the
Methodist church, will retire from active
work on account cf his health.
Lizzie Borden has been held for tiial
at Fall River, Mass., on the charge of
murdering her father and stepmother.
The trial is set for November,
Up to and including the iJlst of August
the treasury department has shipped to
various points in the United States $7,
000,000 in small notes to facilitate the
moving of the crops.
The New York Standard, founded by
Henry George and for a long time a
prosperous weekly newspaper,has passed
put of existence. It is said to have been
run at a loss for soine time.
Mrs. General John A. Logan has on?
dertaken to raise $1,000,000 from the
:^omen of this country for the American
University, the national institution
founded by the Methodists at Washing
ton.
Mike Cashing, the well known 126
f)ound pugilist, died at Fort Hamilton,
N. Y., Wednesday afternoon, after a
few days illness, aged 27. Deceased was
born in Elizadetliport, N. J.
Henry Suit and son, of Gilman, la.,
have entered the Pasteur Institute at
Chicago for treatment of rabies. They
were bitten by a mad dog three weeks
ago and lately showed signs of having
hydrophobia.
The Minnesota Historical Society wil]l
celebrate the 400th anniversary of the
discovery of America at the Capitol on
Oct. 21. 1892. Assistant Attorney-Gen^
gral Childs will deliver an historical
oration and H. L. Gordon will read an
Original epic poem.
r4
I
ONE5
Both tho method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
f'iver
ently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and feveis and cures habitual
constipation. 8vrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the moet
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and 81 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
substitute.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE.
#r.
CORN EXCHANGE
Next Building to Metropolitan Hotel,
MORRIS, MIW.
FORBES & McCANNEY.,
PROPRIETORS.-
New Fixtures, Remodeled
and Put ia First-Class
Shape.
BEST OF
Lapr Beer, Wines, Liprs
And Cigars,
Always on Hand.
THE MILD POWER CURES.
HUMPHREYS'
Dr. Humphreys' sSppciflca are scientifically and
Carefullv prepared Hemedies, used for years in
private 'praeiice and for over thirty years by the
people with entire success. Every single SpecillO
a special cure for the disease named.
They cure without drugging, purging or reducing
the system, and are in fact and deed the Sovereign
Remedies of the AYorld.
IUT or HUMBKBB. CCRK8. TBtCta.
1—Fevers, Congestions, Inflammations. .25
2—WormSf Worm Fever, Worm Colic... .25
3—Teething Colic, Crying, Wakefulness .35
4—Diarrhen, of Children or Adults *25
5—Dysentery,Griping, Bilious Colic 35
6—Cholera Morbus, Vomiting 35
t—Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis .25
8— Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache 25
9— Headaches, Sick Headache, Vertigo. .25
10— Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Constipation .25
H—Suppressed or Pninful Periods- .25
12—Whites, Too Profuse Periods 25
13—Croup. Liaryncitis, Hoarseness.... .25
1-1—Salt Kliemn, Krysipelas, Eruptions. .25
15—Rheumatism, or Rheumatic Pains.. .25
1 (J—Malaria. Cliills, Fever and Ague... .25
17—Piles, Blind or Bleeding 25
18—Ophtlia imy, Sore or Weak Eyes 25
19—Catarrh, Influenza, Cold in the Head .25
SO—Whooping Cough 25
gl_Ast.hinn. Oppressed Breathing 25
2'i- liar Discharges, Impaired Hearing .25
23—Scrofula, Enlarged Glands, Swelling .25
24—General Debility, Physical Weakness .25
25—Dropsy, and Scanty Secretions 25
2i—Sea-Sickness, Sickness fromlUling .25
27—Kwluev Diseases 25
20—S ore lHouth, or Canker *25
80-1 rinary Wen
kuess, Wotting Bed.. .25
81—Painful Periods 25
34—Diphtheria, Viterated Sore Throat.. .25
35—Chronic Congestions & Eruptions. .25
EXTRA NUMBERS:
S8—Nervous Debility, Seminal Weak
ness, or Involuntary Discharges 1.00
32—Diseasesof I he Heart,Palpitation 1.00
33—Epilepsy,
Spasms, St. Vitus' Dance...1,00
Sold ly Druggists, or #ont on receipt of pric«.
DR.IIUMPUEKTS' M^SUAX,(144post-paid
PSR«,) MAILED FREK.
HI PUHKY8' MF.n.fO.,111 A113 William 8t., New ToHr.
S E 1 S
U E Y S
WITCH HAZEL OIL.
*\"THE PILE OINTMENT."
For Piles—External or Internal, Blind orBleedlnjti
Fistula in Ann Itching or Bleeding of the Kectuin.
The relief is immediate—the cure certain.
PRICE, 50 CTS. TRIAL SIZE, 25 OTS.
Sold by Druggists, or »eut post-paid on receipt of price.
HCHPIIllEYS' BED. CO., 111 Si 11S William St., SEW YORK
I. PETERSON,
Leave Orders at Hulburd
& Co.'s Drug Store.
nr v &***
HEW YORK, N.Y.
Liieri ii
STABLE,
Sixth Street, Morris, Minn.
Ilavinpr reccntlv erected a Large and Con
venient Carriage House, repaired my Stable
and replenished it with first-class Horses,
Hu^irieR and Carriages, I am better prepared
than ever before to accommodate the public.
Wc have recently purchased a HEARSE
and are now prepared to attend Funerals
with the same.
TERMS REASONABLE.
ZAHL & McCONVILLE.
mayl4-
H. HUBER,
-PRACTICAL-
House, Sign & Carriage
PAINTER.
All Work Guaranteed to be
First-Class.
a
Sbopon Sixth Street, a little Cast of Engine
House,
MORRIS, |MINN,
S®"
Orders may be left at Keri & Watzke's
Blacksmith Shop.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF MO It IMS,
Jllorrts, Stevens Co., lRlMir
0
To Loan
OnImpfowd YntmtIn Htovm,Popeuid
Ultf tttorx coimtte*.
Adfi&nccd the day Applloatioi laMad*
If SoctiriC*ar-Suli»factorj
to a*.
County OiiUvrfHiid ScbooJBondf Pnrchaa#ds
theltitfiieet tarkef Kate*.
Morris Meat Market
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH, SALT & SMOKED
-MEATS-
KEPT CONSTANTLY ON ItAKD.
Your Patronage is Solicited
JOHN OAIRNEY.
2KTEW
Confectionery & Cigar
STOKE!
A Full Line of Tobacoos, Cigars and
Confectionery kept constanilj- on hand at
tbe New Store, between Kohler'sharness
store aud the Barber Shop.
Also a Large Assortment of FRUITS,
OIDEB) Etc.
O. A. SMITH, Prop.,
MORRIS, MINN.
METROPOLITAN
IB:-
J. T. BREEN, Proprietor.
Newly fitted up and every
thing in first-class shape. EvJ
erybody invited to call and
sample our
Milwaukee Beer,
bottled and on draught also
our Fine Liquors and Cigars.
Wc Keep None but the Best
Goodg.
ROBERSON & NELSON,
THE FIFTH ST.
Merchant Tailors
Have Received their Stock of
Fall and Winter
GOODS,
And are prepared to make them into
Salts of the Latest and most
Fashionable Styles.
-FITS GUARANTEED EVERY TIME.
Morris.Sept. 16,1891.
MATT. DIEDERICH,
Agent for|the sale of
Grave Stones&Monuments
Parties Supplied on the Most
Reasonable Terms.
Thankful for past patronage, I respectfully
request a continuance of the same.
Morris, Minn., April 20,1892.
IHe Roller Mill.
One and Three-Q.nartors Miltrs South-East
from Morris,
H. W. STONE & CO.,
Proprietors.
Keepon hand Two Grades ot Choice Family
Flour, as follow*:
Choice,
Suow Hii*l.
CUSTOM WORK
Will hX all time receive prompt attention
Gristseither O-rouiiM or Kxrliauged as
the owrers pref» r.
CAUTION.
JMSfT.-iremust betaken in Ooki Weather
to
IKM'O
he K-lour thoroughly warmed before
mixing also, to kee Mit sponge in a warm
place untH ready for ltnteiiv^ By carefully
observing tliese simple precautions you will
get poodbreatl every t'aue while, if neglect
ed, your Invad wlH be poorand dark.no mat
ter how good the flour.
Sample & Billiard Room
Flatner & Peterson,
PllOrlUKTORS,
Atlantic Ave., Morris.
New Building, New Fixtures,
and Everything in First
Class Style.
Best ftf Lager Beer, Wines, Liquors
and Cignvs Always 011 Hund.
Dr. Greer's ELECTRIC CORONET
i&TOft ACUTE, CHRONIC
UH NERVOUS DISEASES •us
Billiard
»Jt
It
•HFLATNER, Proprietor.
Daaler In all klcdi of
Fresh, Pried %nd
Salt Meats!
AUSAGE, FIIH, *G,
•top ftxtk SteMl,
MOBM». Mum.
HS
Hall
find Sample Rnnm!
H. LARSON, Prop.,
Atlantic'Avenue, MORBI8, MINN
Best of Lager Beer
On Draught and Jiottied.
WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS
Always In Stock.
NORTH
Star Roller II
On the Pomine de.Terre River, Five
Miles Northeast of Morris.
HENRY JOHNSON,
PROPRIETOR.
Manufact ur»-s the Celebrated
SUNLIGHT FLOUR!
Custom Work a Specialty!
The Mill is in thorough repair, having
been lately improved, and now does better
work than ever. JunelT
THE STEEL GEAE BUGGY.
No Wood to shrink, break, decay ot w$tr oat.
No bolts or clips to become loose or rattle.'
A gear made entirely of steel, riveted
••t be broken, will last forever.
MANUFACTURED BY
THE ABBOTT BUGGY CO., CHICAGO.
JIIHN J. PIMM
Has Two 2-scated Bupeies for sale Cheap.
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He
is agent for the Abbott Buggy Co., and
Stone's Patent Steel Gear Buggy.
General Blacksmithing
"Done as n«ua! .at ti e old stand,
Sixth. Street, Morris. Minn.
THE
GREAT TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE,
Passes through "Wisconsin, "Minnesota. North
Dakota, Manitoba, Montana. Idaho. Oretron
and Washington.
THE DINING
CAR
LINE.
.Dining Cars are run between Chicago, St.
Paul. Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Helena,TButte,
Tacoma, Seattle and Portland.
PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR ROUTE.
Pullman service daily between Chicago,
St. Paul,Montana and the Pacific Northwest
and between St. 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. H. is the rail line
to Yellowstone Park the popular line to
California and Alaska and its trains pass
through the grainiest scenery of seven states.
THROUGH TICKETS
Are sold at all coupon offices ot the Northern
Pacific Railroad to points North, Kast,South
and West, ih the United States and Canada.
TIME SCHEDTLE.
East, departs at 6:50 a. m. West, arrives at
m.
For Rates, Maps, Time Tables
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R, R.,at Morris, Minn.,or
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ST. PAUL, MINN.
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