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WM. C. BICKNEIX.
C. E. CAINE
D. T. WBEATON.•••
V. C. Huntley
r. W. Eddy
f? m. Gausmati
W M. SobertB
H. j. Northcott
L. O. Jesness
CX B. Burpee
L. B. Wheeler
A. FLAHERTY ...DistrictJudge|
ff. R. SPUBR
H. T. BEVANS
H. B. LUN»
A. P. DYE
c. B. BURPEE ..
A. L. STENGER
Court Commissioner I
..Co. Sup't of School®
Town. P. O.Address.
A. L. Wolff,
E. E. Solseth, Jr.
C. B. Parks
village of Morris
-.-Village of Hancock
Village of Chokio
Attorney at Law
ce o*ce CitiaensiBank,
fi. A. STOKE,
J. B. ORMOMD,
Attorney at Law
Office over Stevens County Bank,
HORRIS, v. MINN,
9M. C. BICKKELl,
Attorney at Law.
Office over Tjareon's Store.
Office fc! Stebbins' Block,
f. E. SMITH,
Attorney at Law
Loans. Collections and Insurance,
office wltfcW.C. BickneU,
Lewis C. Spooner,
B. L. HULBURD.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Scandinavian Office Associates.
Real estate titles examined. Correct ab
stracts of title prepared. Farm loans,
aegotiated bearing interest at six
percent per annum.
physician and Surgeon,
Physiean & Surg eo%
Office hours from 10 to 12 a. m.
Graduate of the Royal Uriiverditj^,
U I S I N N E S O A
)JS, II, Jl, EELA,
j^doate of Chicago Veterinary College.
'office at Hulburd & Johnson'^
&r -K* i 'AC °""4 ^r^wass®-*
gj T. LSHMAN......
PRESIDENT CONTINUE! TO *HOYf
UNMlfTAKIABLB tWtW «F
k n /•:. .rah
......'..iClerfc of Court
... ..Register of Deeds I
7.... Judge of Probate I
D»prc—lnq Effect in thai
Patient and the Reault W* UM(
Gratityinf-r©?®*0** 8*y It t/4ll B^|
Several We$g§^. ^Safari
Hto Removal Is Posstbio.
ident in excellent oondition and made
known that he slept well aad kad ez^
perienced decided benaflta from th«
dressing of the outer wound.
But the O*ctors did aot cfonflna
themselves to the brief ^racial bulle
tin. They wero reacTy t/j frankly and
fully discuss the case la ail its bear
ing. This gave a b^dy of wlrtiiorita^
Morris I tive InformatijKii on clromnstantiali
tSi,9* urefli4Mit'B aoaditien,
all Bhowing-a mafst highly satisfactory
condition. As to the reepenSng of the
abdominal incision this was d^missed
as part pf- the treatment necessary to
the progress of such wounds. As to
the inner wounda* where the bullet
penetrated ~ihxs walls of -the stomacb,
there was most gratifying progress,
as the etoina^h was now carrying on
normal digestive processes. The beef
juice Which was taken by tha mouth
for the first time Tuesday night had
been assimilated without fW slightest
indication ihat the wounds in the
stomach tile proesss^s, of
The preeidaat himself showed many
signs of "iajproreaj.eiit. He was so
cheery that oac of tjia apctor-s remark
ed that th©y would let him smoke -a
cigar before lobgr., He had shown not
the slightest d«preasioh from the
dressing of-the wound l&st sight.
The situation waa bright that an
of those about the president and the'
many who came to mq,iilre as to th«
and sold. Insurance—either fire, life,
accident, burglary, or plate glass-writ
ten at lowest rates in the best Compan
ies. Fidelity, official and judicial bonds
€EAS. E. CAINE, M. D.,
Office over Krueger's Drug store.
a a nelson,
OflRce i« Spooner yiassJBlock
Buffalo, Sept. 12.—President McKin«
ley continues t# aho\r th« a»oat uomia-l
taieable evii«j»be« of laBurrpvQmeatl
and recovoiy amd tho aateaslneiMi
caused by tho dressinf of thA abdom
inal wound bus fiven way.-tp mora pfd-l
ncunced coafldaxce tkan kaa exitftem
at any time since the shotting. Thfl(l^:
dressing Of th« *#dund aorer
eigrnificance to* ttie doetetra aad suol^r""
as it had gives rfse to ia the lay mind]|
was quickly dispelled When tbe pliysi
ciaas arrived in the naorning. Theirl
9 o'clock builetln announced tho pres?
president's condition were cheered
with confidence akin to absolute cer
taiuty that the president is now on!
the high road to recovery. There con-i
tinned to be talk of his early removal
to Washington although the doctors
were not willing to place any such
movement within two or three w^eks,1
and some of them held that the cli
mate here *was much more conducive
to his progress than that of the nation
Mrs. McKinley saw the president
F.during the morning. When the doc
tore arrived at the house for the con-1
sultation they passed her sitting in the
upper corridor of thfe residence at
|Cwork on her knitting. She was in
good spirits and after the visit of the
doctors they gave their assent to her
entering the sick room again. She re
mained only a minute as the physi-1
eians are avoiding any sapping of the
I president's strength by prolonged via- I
its even by those nearest to him.
A beautiful floral piece in the forml
of an American flag on an easel, made
of roses and evergreens, arrived at
moon. It was fully six feet high and
was the gift of the Italian colony In
Netv York In whose behalf it was pre
sented by the Italian consul here* .*-•
ARJS RETURNING MOME.
Public Men Believe Their Preaenoe
Buffalo Unnecessary Now.
Buffalo, Sept. 11.—The vice presf-l
dent, members of the oabinet, Senator
Hanna and other distinguished friends
of the president who have remained
jhere to await the isiaue have accepted
the verdict of the physicians aa prac
tically conclusive and there was ,an
|£exodus of those who fconaidered their
presence no longer necessary. Vioe
President Roosevelt left tor his home|
at Oyster Bay, Senator Hanna re
turned to Cleveland on business to be I
gone two days and Controller Dawes
west back to Washington. Judga
['Bay, long and eloaaly asflooiated with
the president, has returned to Canton.
The five members of the cabinet still
here will remain a flew days, rather as
friends who have boon intimately as-1
I'sociftted with i&e pre«id/^4t for aereNtl
yawn thfca "OfftoMAT. /t,
i. i vScr Jlifj
The family is Polish and are evi
dently very popr, the father having
left home Saturday merning looking
for employment. The stepmother can
not speak English but gave out th®
following interview through the r&e
iium of an interpreter. Sfce said:
Leon left heme within 60 days ago.
We heard from him a few weeks ago.
He was then in Indiana and wrote to
us that he was going away, stating
that in all probability we would not
see him again."
Regarding the shooting of fche presi
dent, Mr§. Czolgosz said:
I can't believ.e that Leon is the one.
^Vv y^.y 0-
a "vr. pj
OLD HICKORY WA60KS-
on- the market
RfiS'lOSNt W Cl.HV«LAND.
Catoigosz Fermerty' Kept a ®al«on Kk
Olevel^iia^ Sapt. 8.-—Leon. Cltftgoe*,
the man who stiot ^reaident McKinley
is said to have• formerly kept a saloon
at the corner oi Third avenue aitd T®d
street, this city. Later he was em
ployed In one of the mills of the Amer
ican Steel and WLre company. He i»
the son ef Paul Cfcolgosz, wh^ it is
said, now lives at 80S Fleet street, this
city. Other members pf the family
are John, who lives at homre with Ms
father, his stepmother, Mike, a eol
dier now serving in the Philippines,
Valdino, who .is cm his father's fajm
located on the jChagrin Falls suburban
line, and Jacob, of -Marcelline avenue
CflNTOPAMO® MID SULK|
tor^ in Morris, Cyrus and' Starbuck.
He was sueh a timid boy, so afraid af
everything. Why, he was the biggest
ooward'you, ever saw in spur life."
She also emphatically disclaims that
the boy ever displayed any anarchistic
tendencies whatever. He was an ad
mirer of his brother, the Philippine
soldi,er, and liked his country, never
sho.wingthe least sign of cMscontent
Mrs. Czolgosz is an intelligent look
ing woman, but she received the news
of Leon's act with litttle emotion.
home is la a Pellsh gettle-
mant. Everything about the hous«
TT05 MOPES' TRIBimi. --Sss&af, &*&** »4 *&*>'
DISPLAY? GREAT FORTITUDE.
Mr*. Meki^ley Bears U^^Wetl.iiM4«r
Buffalo, Sept. 10.—Mrs. McKinley
was admitted to the sick, room during
the morning and had a brief stay with
her afflicted huaba^d. The veil of da
mestic privacy is, of course, thrown
over the details of the meeting and
any accounts of it are necessarily sup
positions. Mrs. McKinley bore up welT
and displayed the same fortitude
which has characterized her, as well
as the president, since the tragic event
occurred. Although there have been
statements thai Mrs. MeKinley has
not been appraised of the manner in
which the president was injured, it
can be stated positively that she is
fully aware that he was shot, although
it has not been necessary to dwell
uQon the harrowing details of the af
fa^. As much as possible she had
been buoyed up by the encouraging at
titude of the physicians, and she has
responded by giving all her strengthl
toward passing through the ordeal)
INTESTINES NOT INJURED.
Physicians Gratified by the Result of
the Operation. .:
.. Buffalo, J3ept. 8 —The operation up
on President McKinley lasted almost
an hour. Ether was administered. A
five inch Incision was made where the
ball entered the abdomen and its
course was followed until the physi
n t" w
FOR BEST FLOUB AND MOST OF If In Exbtonw^^ for-^w^ieat, «r
LIGHT CARRIAGES IN ALL STYLES
WOOD AND COAL at prices that draw trade from everywhere
I HIGHEST CASH FRIGES paid|for all kinds of grain at my eleva-
tei'djfci ri-^i •.
yard is elean aard neat, but tne
rooms ladicate poverty, inhere was
nothing on the walls to rttgge^t decor
faul C. Czolgosz, the father, moved
Into town two weeks ago. He has no
work and when he left Satsrday morn
ing in search of employment he Khew
nothing of his son's connection With
the attempted assassination.
*v« h. v,
Old Reliable^ the best finished and the be$t material of any wagoiy
BUGGIES AND^PLATFORM SPRANG WAGONS AT PRICES LOWER THAN EVE®?
FARM TRUCKS Cheaper than evear.
WHI scoure in any soil and any boy or man that can handle a team can do first
plowing with them. A child can throw them in or out of the ground and
they have the strongest beam and frog of any Plow in the market.
Emma &©Jdtti'an A'rrslgji-^ for Oan*
tplHng to'-Marifef. P^oKinley.
Chicago,, gept XS^Mafistrate Pti»»
diville decld^l Goldman,
nfce ansrehist uader arrest
here, should lie hdlii'witiismt bail peak
ing the decision 'of similar causes ia
Yha &etion of Jus
tice Priuf^ivm® to ne!5ing her without
Friday. At thai
time the Q^«f&fc3osf reeoosidered
and the magistfiscia wsil S«»lde. wh.ether
she ejial-l be Maid without bail or re»
leased iwidor b«sds %nt4i the pre*
liminary naartog ajfthe eharge agaisat
her, Which is g^t Sept. 18.
Miss Goldman appeared
cfan£ «eeame saxierr&a cnar urn
cey had not been, towifced or the fat
testines perforated, and that it bad
lodged, probably, in Che muscles of
the baxik, where it eewl3 do no harm
for the present. The intestines wer-ar
lifted out through the incisien and
eareftiUy examined a»d the utmost
confidence exists that there was- no
Injury. The physicians were exceed
ingly gratified at the result and pro
nounced the operatton a complete sue
before, the magistrate during the
ferenoan. 8&<5 fead not secured coun
a det«r$iizied voice declined
that she wae reald-j*
aet as her own
attorney, the,. fe^ia^antt «ity prose
cutor, however^. oMibaaA a continu
ance ef the buying: till fe®pt. 18, tha
date set tor tie ef other an
archists in custody here, Mr. Owens,
the prosecutor, staged Ch^t the result
of an investigation at BnHaio was be
The court postpoased tfcs decision In
the matter of ball, w'fcieh Miss Gkld
man demanded tie privilege of fur*
nishing, until later in the day. While
waiting Judge Chetleixi In the superior
eourt held the o&er ftparehlsts till
Friday, when hfe gjsdd he would hear
tfi-guments in the application for writs
of habeas eor^pus. As the eharge
against Miss (JeMuuGa, ".consiplrlaey to
murder PresiasM McS3nley," is the
one lodged a^afcst
ist^ who aro coctsgapiratora
With Miss Goldcvai,- Magistrate Prin
diville thought it wise to awsdt the de
cision of the higher jourt.
He said it woul^ not be necessary
for counsel to apply ter a ffrit Mr
Miss Goldman, as he would deal ex
actly with Miss GoldMa* as Judge
Ohdtlala did with the othtfr prisoaers.
ClevelaMl Poilc* F*H 4e Impllaate
V- PWawls ef C»04®08*.
Cleveland, St-pt. fi.r—flurerlnteadeat
Conhers of the fxiic^ department has
given, an o^cial .8t»4ettt^at to tite aiso
olated Press rog^jwfip-jr alleged fin
archist' plot to fefc&s
life of tte
president. He staies tk'-at the Cleve
land police have b'eoa ioliowiag i?p the
laeagey threads evidence, but they
v.- i 1 ..
with Chicago anarchlsie.
It Is #ulta evident that Leon Csol
goas wae an element ot discord ia his
pwn C&xaily and that he never was
alas- ©Vea with his own people. Hla
taciturn 4ispos£tien and queer way«
estraagad him tram Relatives and
friends itstd his soci^Mstic te&tiaapi£*i
appear ts lj9*reg»^.®A as t&e vagarief
a wesfe dyad. According to a stata
Jaest 'by i)et§ctiv® .^oraa'CBaV
account eif felg Im Hi® fern
tfeia elty. HMs was p&fd to
fcim pj Ms 'hmihat Jac?b"fe -wife af
^art' paysieag Sar 5iis
.interest, Leon d#'
tiring to leave the aisky, Ms inter eat tt
tor *%r«» Mi
revert to the brother Jacob. The farm
was subsequently sold
ha^ $50 coming
hjm on account.
The statement that Csolgosa reeeh*
ed $45 from Newburgh anarchists tA
take him to Chica^ro Is evidently px^i
surmise and finds £to credence Wita
There is a strong Imfvression amon$
residents of l^ewburgh that a. rin^ of
anarchists exists in that Tdcaiity aiOT
that they are
WANT8 MrM TRIATEO FAIRLY.
President Believes Czatgasa. Must
Have Been Crazy,
Buff Mo, Sept. 10.—For the flrSl
alpce "*he would-be assassin was takaii
f*am his sight President McKiiileF
aaentioned Czolgosz during the day.
fee asked what had been dene with hla
assailant and was told that.be was
tag held a prisoner here.
'He must have been crazy," said
President McKinley. "I never saw tha.
man rmtil he approached me at tba
He is an anarelihrt," t&e ptesidantj
Tod had, too bad," was tha reply*}
"I trust that he W1U be treated Witkj
(Continued on paia'i^
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