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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 19 December 1884

Brainertl Ex«iie»i«?nt. As most of o«r renters are probably aware, Jack iw»ins of lirainerri whs ar­ rested a f«w uroliths ag» charged with making a crinirtt#] assault on the girl. named /Mays, -and he was arrested and tried, bat it whs impowrfuie- obtain-» jury in Crow Wing uuty that could agree on a verdict Tin- c.a*e bus been transferred to Morrison conntv, and will T)e tried at the term of the dial rid court next month. The following tiom the Brainerd Journal oflart week is an addi­ tional chapter: Owing totbe latent of going to press this week we are enabled to giv* an ac­ count of the incipient war that whs surg­ ing about theatrei-is this (Friday) even ing. The Mays givlu, who have a rap# suit pending against Jack Tiurns. dress-• ed up in lhen's cloth«K and started out gunning for that individual. Findii him in Geo. Mcl-ane'* snlc th'-y went in and called for beer. The bar tender told tliem tliey were minors and ci bid not have any beer. They 'lien called for whiskey, which w...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 26 December 1884

VOI. 9. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 3E. II. FAR5M1H, Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS,v MINN. JOHN M'GOETZ, rTOKNKY 4T LAW. Oeratan i»p«Vivn. Insurance Mid collections. Office at the "ourt house. LITTLE FAUJ5. MINX A. LjNRBKHGir. T,. W. I.INDBKRGH & BILLS, ATTOUNKYSgAT LAW. Office in Dr. Simmons' former office. I.1TTLE FAIJ?, MINN. A.F. 8TOHKY. V. T. CklMOV*. STOREY CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT I/AW- Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for Hie American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells r-«l estate, ntid lonns money ttt same. Also lins a larce aniount-oi cholw land and town lot* for f»a Je.^ LITTLE FALLS. MINN. omi'tui. J. D. LACHAKCE, COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will uttend to collections, pay taxes, T»d«em lnnd« from tnx sttlo«, &C. in Mor •ri/«on and adjoining counties. Offlce nt Court House, Little Falls, Morrison •Cflwnty, Minnesota. IYMAN SIGNOT?. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOKWPOTI cor NT Y, MINK. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Pay...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 26 December 1884

•iu.'"i»iM| awi wtisggwawiiHM JW.»U»UIWI NOBLSSSS9BUOB. Edith M. Thomas, in Manhattan for November. Ye climbers rest not when ve gain The sightly ground above the plain Far up the mountain's ancient snow, We wait to see yonr signal glow: Now speed, sinco all return is vain, If, looking downward, ye were fain In the sweet valley to remain, A. voice would warn you from belovr— Noblesse oblige! Ye burden-bearers, that sustain, And give no sign of cark or pain, On you their loads will many throw, Make broad your shoulders blessings go With those who help the moiling train— Noblesse oblige! A RIGHTEOUS RETRIBUTION. My house, like tliat of the American patriot immortalized in "Martin Chuz zlewit," is now "beyond the setting sun" —that is to say, in the uttermost re­ gions of Western Manchester—but there •was a time when it wss situated at the opposite extremity of Cottonopolis, from which I fled., for reasons to be hereafter stated, with the feeling that I could not put too great a distan...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 26 December 1884

zamtnnm The Face Behind the Bars. From the New York Times. The upper windows of one of the fin­ est mansions on Madison avenue have iron bars like those of a prison or asy­ lum. If these iron bars were only half way up the window passersby would conclude that the apartment so pro­ jected was the "nursery," and they were so arranged to guard against acci­ dent, but theee bars are often the style of tli03e in a prison window, and look &a if intended to resist a force stronger than a child's. Passersby in the aristo jratio locality occasionally see a pale, wan face of a man of middle-age peer­ ing through these bars, but compara­ tively seldom, and there is little oppor­ tunity to studv the features, as an at­ tendant soon appears and gently bears the other away from the sight of the window. One of the oldest and best known commercial families in the city occupy the stately mansion, which was built by thum over twenty-five years ago. Servants change with the seasons, and my inquiry...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 26 December 1884

Tin, Copper] 1 LI FILE FALLS MEAT MARKET Dressed Meats and Farm Produce Bring in your And Pay the HIGHEST CASH PRICES For the saine. BEEF, PORK, VEAL. MUTTON, EGGS BTITTEBI&C, And get your cash every time. We Dry Goods. Mm All kjuii» ol Jrr«.li Meats, en unices, Mams Lard and everything us­ ually k«p' in tkut elass u«ttt oiark.t, coiiMaDtlv uti haad. MTTLE FALt£. 3J1NX. W Buy all Kinds oi want to see you. J.P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes Keady-made Clothing W. BERG -DEALLK IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools PBOVED HOWE SCAL 1 ng Paper, Gi ss Putty, of Paris, Pla*t llair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, and JSheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. LITTLE FALLS LUMBER CO Mnafactnreref and dealer in PINE LUMBER. Bngh and Dressed, nil kinds, lath, Shingles, Pickets, Sash, Doors, and Building Paper. 5 *K to Order. -little Falls, Miflp. JAMES STUART DBALkR IK STAPLK& 1ANCV AX© A FULL LINE OF FRUITS,...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 26 December 1884

At'- yt Cood isews for Little Falls Property Owners. VoT veftr* Jfathan Herrick, of Mtone* Irrfiiw.sfl of the defendants. A decis­ ion whs rendered l»y tin supreme rottrt a few days *yo whivti will proha My put an etui to Herrirk's claims on nearly all ot the Little Falls lota. It was the cane of Nathan Herrick vs. A!'tor the filingof a irsrtscrijH -of justice's .judgment in the «fflc-e «o The cKik of 'the district court, and lire entry of such .Judgment iit th'* docket "t'disiriri ootut ^nd^mein#, exrmplificsiions of such 1 frnBscript and dm'k«t "ntrr, ntteitcd hv •, 1 on execution, if sued out of \he district •eourt an such judgments, should aftirmn tivefy prvwt th*t "execution h»d been previously issued bj the justice, the jure sumption bei»j that the clerk ofihe dis­ trict COUI aet»ri in accordance with law What the effect wau Id few if it »filrmaliv«t ly appeared that no execution had in fact been issued by the justice is not •considered Upon a Mle of real estate ^peii executio...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 26 December 1884

mf. rj' PZSti Little Falls Transcript, W. Ml FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The papers abound in cabinets for President Cleveland, but as yet only one name is mentioned, that of Senator Thomas Bayard—which is sure to stand for one member—probably in tho posi­ tion of Secretary of the Treasury. The disease which has caused so much suffering in the highlands of "Western Virginia and Eastern Kentucky is pro­ nounced by competent medical author­ ity to be a malignant form of dysentery, engendered by poisonous malarial germs in stagnant water, and not by poisonous mineral substances. Since the late copious rains the malady has largely disappeared. Assurance has been given, on the au­ thority of the government engineer, that the Canadian Pacific Railway will be completed by November 1, 1885. The company's engineer promises that the -work will be done a month or two earlier. Perhaps it would be safe to uay that by the end of next year the road will be open from Montreal to the...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 26 December 1884

THE SHADOWS In a bleak land and desolate, Bovond the oarth aomewherd, Went wandering through death's d^rtf gate A foul into tiie air. And still as on and on it fled, A wild, waste region through, Behind there fell the steady tread Of one that did purs tie. At last lie paused, and looltod aback And then ho •vvaii aware A hidoouH wretch jatood in hie track, JDeformed, and cowering there. "And who art thou," he Bhrieked in fright, "'iliat dost my steps pursue? (to, hide :fcy ehapolesa shape from sight, Nor thus pollute my view The foul form answered him: "Alway Along thy oath I flee, I'm thiao own actions. Night and day Still rauat I follow thee." LEAP-YEAR. EI LEIGH NOBTH. 0ENJ5—a brightly lighted, room, matis persona?—the modern young and two young girls. He, gentle nly and good-looking perhaps be­ yond the average, leaning in a not un­ graceful attitude against the mantel, with lus back to a large mirror They, on a low divan at the other side of the room, alternately listening and r...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 26 December 1884

fry r'IN 441 & Bi iS-' LiGHTEIt YIEX. #oma of the ok as Perpetrated by Our Funny Hen. tfby the Old Unit Halted the Trai».. AceWcnt Imiuraure»Th« IMr.k poeki't-nrlasins a Uus band to Tbw« [Atlanta Constitution.] Two iUien wem standing at.the gate ofa Country farm-vord whittling si.'cks and giving each other dots abo'-U managing women. *"3Jslk so»y to 'em," the man en the outsidu of t*U- fouc© said, "an ye'li see how they'll to fotcu 'wn." Just then the a»Nt».'n door opentfd, and a red headed, Joug oucktx* oraan yelled: "Say, 'Zeke, th*»r ftS-r'e outl" "Out whar?" he yoil»Ni bock. "Outea ther bar']," site .vrnvered. ^WuU, puc it hack an' co'*»i' it up tighter," fc« replied, while the outside &>» grinueu. "Don't you see how she's has»N»/t a'ready?" he laughed, when the flary toj.\iot disap jearedL dues,* iipafce the elated victor. Presently the wi»*i thrill voice cried: 'iteka, I*bb gwine over to mar's, an' of* y# think ther meatlee are kerebit/, I'll lea%"9 ^her bahcy hyar....

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 2 January 1885

I I I [, 'V ft I":, V7 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. M. FLILSLFFAII, Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN^M.iGOETZ, ATTOHSET A 7 LAW. knnan 'V svo/:«Ti. Insurance "'1 collations. Offn-e.-it the eoiirtfhouce. LfTTr.Ii FALL ?, MINX A. I.INPBKKCIf. I.. W. BlMA 'JFJNDBKRGH & KII7LS, ATTOHNEYS|"AT LAW. OWce in Pr. yiinmoiu" i'oriuor office. I,iTTI-K I'VALS, ... MINK "A.V. S'TOHEY. I-T. CAMIOW. STOREYS CAtHOl'N, ATTORNEYS AT' LAW 'Office tit the Court H«IWO. JjlTTiK FA U.S. MINN. Attorney:!and Counselor at V."'!1 iuTMVlf.li Abstracts of Title. H&* l-aii'ls i'cr Fair. MOV:'RA«OX L$w. A GEN I for Hie American Agency & CollectioivOo. Bm\'8 Hnd sells rt'ol estate, snd leansi i«h wme. Also linn hove ia. iounl ul -uu&Mi! TEND «ND town lot* for W»U'. LF'CTKK I'ALL^. MINK. "jTd7i.achanctc. COUNTY AUDITOR. ®Will nttond to collections, pay tuxes, •r.»deer.i land* from tax HfllffW &c. iri Mor­ rison iU»d udjoinitie counties. #ourt. House, little Tails, 'Ountv, Alir.neeots. corNTv, /»n...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 2 January 1885

'Nv-- I ip,." Little Falla Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FA^LS, MINNESOTA. iS 16137 27 CI» *»S1 6) 6 12|I» 1920 23 27 6) 12118 4 6 0 11112 13, i»7'«l Hon. William M. Evarta has formally announced by letter that he desires to be elected United States Senator from New York in place of Senator Lapham, Whose term expires on the fourth of oext March. His letter is modest and manly, but the effect of the announce­ ment can scarcely bo •conjectured at present* Massachusetts haa putin operation eivil service rules, lander a law passed last winter. Applications for govern­ ment situations, be obtained under the rules, will be made at once. Only the service of the commonwealth and of Lho different .cities is covered by the la w. Towns are wholly undisturbed in their management. Newspaper writers who advocate the ibolition of the grand jury do not seem be ftware that-the fifth amendment to •ho ccnstitufcion of the:United Statos provides that' 'no person shall be held io answer fo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 2 January 1885

-/&?:.• Mi It was on Monday, the i6th day of September, in the year of our Lord, 1000—a day in which all the villagers inow to b8 the one preceding thanks­ giving. Now, in my young days thanksgiving jsed to com© in the latter part of Nov­ ember, but as far as seventeen years back it was decided by a vote of 26 to 2 (Misses Boney and Fat voting in the negative) to have it on that day, as be­ ing earlier in the season. It had been steadily growing darker, and now nighfhas come on. John Grub, Sr., and his son and namesake, aged 30, sat in the kitchen of their little cottage. The wife of senior John and his daughter were attending a political meeting. Election was to take place in* a few days, and Mrs. Grab was in­ dustriously striving for lier re-election to the legislature. Her daughter was up for the justice of the peace. While the female portion of the fam­ ily were thus industriously employed, John Grub, Sr., Bat on the table making a dress for the youngest, while John Jr„ was ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 2 January 1885

1 fr 9 ll 1 fc 'X: vi I YT s: 1 rt l: ..i—?. ^jwi't" iH 'in |u Jii»»i 1-wiiww•o-'w ??Sd3ftti^raKM [is '1 Dry Goods, .T-.r.r •fiaatti L^'Tu'VAU.S MEAT MARKET Vj??- -*li •.ICUia Of Hams, IJTTIL, LUML N-FTTFTTOTAG as •tlrtv k'«p'. 411 festelaai JHHI-W, "constantly iKWfcd. MINV We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Fay the ECIOHJiiST CASH PRICES For the same. Bring in your BEEF, PORK,TEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. d.P. SMITH & CO. IUJ9II AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Fccts &" Shoes- Keady-made Clothing W. BERG —DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARD WARD, All kinds of mechanics' and fanning tools ^PROVED HOWE SCAL JS wtr Paper, Glass, Putty, Pai is, Plastering ai r, IRON, STEEL and COAL, PTn, Copper'andJSheet Iron Ware i»ade order. Repairing promptly done. LITTIyE FALLS LUMBER CO Mimfuctuter of mid dealer in Jl nigh and $rc«Nt»4, all kinds, lath, Shingles, Pickets, Sash, Doors, and Building Paper. Sawed to Ordc ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 2 January 1885

iv I mmm I'HIPF FF ?J HTFUFNLJOM., J.iislt' Falls. Ifec. 2'.\ lfcS4. IJf'!ii(i tu in K{M»ci t1 fusion ill lisu of­ fice .1 ('. KHAN. Pixisent: MI-STS d:t, Gucrnni), f'.'ynn, Storey. Tuttle inn. ,^-.ii.i»i. Mewingd loonier l»v J'IVS, Gu-rnon. Ta'riir.r :uid J. C. Flynn as fltmncial committee for tiir cntwinr H'nr. Bill of Schleit»»ncr& B»rgfor Sn»»d»ies ftirnished in 1H82 and 18^'8 wn* n-fcrml to the fln nnc«* mn)ittr«*, *w:h instructions lo In v»stigute Ibf .**««• On motion A. S'orey and P»*$. Giifrnon were appo'nvd committee to •device what ii-frlftj/itiiin v. Ill be needrd in rci rd to changing tlx? boundaries of ilu* di.«tit. Tl "-enled projmsals for wood were opened and the foH*», iu/f biclw placed "In* lore the board }I V. Srhleus-uer. $ 1 £8 Kich»i-.i Br»x 1 90 F. B. Man-fleld 1 I.»o. W. ('null is 1 £7 J. n*. Hit 17.1 Ceo. Wr. KHV I 70 N»ti HI riurini Ihat THE contract for furuuhing the diMricf with 30 cords of «.ak wood he awarded to Geo. W. K:iv id $1.70 per cord, upon h...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 2 January 1885

THE Mli CIRCLE ISD FIRE Household Miscellany. FOB PERSPIRING FEET.—"Wash the feet night and morning in warm water that has carbolic acid in it—it should smell quite strong of the acid—and rub with a crash towl. To BE-LINE A STOVE.—Get ten cents •worth of clay from tho potter's, worked to the consistency of putty, press firmly around the sides and corners of the fumace-box, leave to dry over night, and you will have a more desirable lin­ ing than if you use fire-brick from the stores. Plaster of Paria mixed with water, about like paste, is good for closing cracks in stove-ovens, fire­ bricks, old coal scuttles, water-pots, and a great many other things. THAT LEAKING STOVEPIPE.—J. C. writes: "To prevent condensation in stovepipes the ohimnev must be higher than the roofs of adjoining buildings, The stovepipe must be as short and di­ rect as possible, ascend in all its length and have the joints inverted. All open­ ings in the flue below should be closed or if they are in use and. cann...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 2 January 1885

Ajrcna^ amors rrr Mexico. Pesoxi^ti-on of a Wonderful 3Pyxamid la Bono ra. The Chihuahua Enterprise says that. Mtoienfc ruins have recently been dis­ covered in Scmora, which, if reports are &mo, surpass anything or the kind yet fotiml on this continent. Tlie ruios are about four leagues south of Mugclalena. There is one pyramid which hat. a, base of 1,350 feet and rises to the height of 750 feet. There is a winding road- way from the bottom, lending up aa easy grade to the top, wide enough for carriages to pass over, said to l»o twenty-three mile* in length. The outwr walls of tho roadw'av are tai• I in solid masonry, Im^e blocks of gruni'o ia ruhber work, and the circles arc ps u^iu rm r.nd tlie grade as regular as tiioy could b? in rule at this Say by our br.t engineers. The wall is only occasionally exposed, being cov Drod over -wicli dubris und earth, acid in many places the sahnc.ro and other in­ digenous plants and tro.^s have grown up, giving the pyramid the appearance o...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 2 January 1885

,$•' .' V'^1 fyM-: nJi*:n'**u—"*•#** m1 Snl:m .4-Ft airing. '1'heU-v:l by t:\) Hvv• i*«! k— Tl.o Hi Urjv-, .i?!i y. Ui.i AJKI 1 .vwys iind 'Gwtln, 1»)Mi( ii) tlii' :'vUlilhg t'It*. '«ND'.IU TI'IV li«H DIE IWUK B.'HL ul hi nr. He*iat :\»i *Wheie li A. LEHTKANN ^sm «iae lt» iHoitf •}(#*. X3.J-* 1 Was L:v-: Lai(:'t Iiir cv ,n o.-.M. "He caught VIRT FRW »JT 'NIAA..'OU'tl .POUUT: Litti® in it U(jvnlf '.i t' 'irtr. «Oue bait t«r :v l.'.r.ie •iiuoun*.: An uftni.u'.yitlKU tabbi tt. ui.i .u. Ik.- cause. •He took a gem that J»*nnt Shown It sank ii) tli'-.WklBf \v !iJ)C»:ft rt*« i»?V -And caught a. wnuiuli who luri* w«» trno-vt As thelicst K.itt the pui-**t- Jv." udic* t. round. •^omeitvaes he \r an'd Unuh. A i' um aha** itt, For betU:! (tut!- *U!i, -And ko 8ee!iivKtA.Jvi'i.'.'-«4'! ii lUiu^ AniA ho to a tirink wwii'-vBUtt. eniluiitft murvon»u# i:^ ir.y -'Autl yet a,p«ir.ow li.rutu r* Ui tlie liuc That e't-a iu..-m •!(. rMV«ti, .~i,a .. ..I ••. ,.. »retir-«f ti»» r.«, 'ni/.cj iendins Acri. He ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 9 January 1885

VO !). PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Je liiFABMfiLlM, Attorney at Law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN^M.i GC'ET2L ATTORNEY t'!' I.AW. cpiniiin Im-urance atn'i -co]ii*cHtn«. Olfii'i'ui. 'h! ,(mrt|liuu V. l.iTTM-", I'Al.!.'1. -MiNX A. nuK):.n. TSHTA V. A. 1 (A h* 1 i,, IJNlBEK€H: HILLS, ATTORNKYNgVr LAW. OlVc.1 in Ir Lirri.K ira r.?. ini)i!i!!S" former ottU't A- K. STOKK.y. MTNN. Iv STGREY t-'Af.TIOl'JJ. CALHOl-S, ATTORNEYS at 31 AW- Oilice at the .mrt House. MTV1 V. Ml.W. N. RICHARDS0N~ Attorney ant! Cour.jn!l"i- at taw. A::out Aim.-ricaw Ageney ('..l'eelioii Co. TM fin{ f.el!s I t-tit»_•, Mi'l trnn* nHne on slimy. A'sf* hit* :at n-.ouittol eiU.wo laud aiul tw lots lor vr.!«- LI V, 7 A1, i. MIX O J. D. LACHAKOK, COUNTY AUDITOR. Will attend to colloctmns. pay tuxes, rvdeorn land-* tsix sid'*, &<•. in M-.r n*--ii kikI adjoining ounti.s. Otfice at Court. Mon«o. T-ittlo I4mis, Morris.n County, -Minnesota. RIONO^. KEGI8TRR OF DEEDS, MOMI5IHON (OIVTY, JMNN• Will furnmli Ahptrnctn of Title. 'f'a Tax...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 9 January 1885

Little Falls Transcript. W. IL FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. Edward H. Johnson, a New York electrician of high reputation, declaren that the decisive problems* in the Bub stifcution of electricity for steam as mo­ tive power have already been solved, and that the work which remains ia only the perfection of the new system in de­ tails. Enough electricity can be pro­ duced, and at a sufficiently low cost, to satisfactorily perform the work now ac­ complished by steam, and the regula­ tion of the electric force is very easily effected. Business in Canada is more depress­ ed than it has been for several years. Latest statistics show that while many factories have not been closed, a large number of men are unemployed and others on short time. The reduction in •wagea average 25 per cent. In the province* of Ontario alone there are about seventy-live factories idle and sev­ eral only partially in operation In the factors in operation there are about 2,501 thrown out of emplo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 9 January 1885

Jtatutmal Soliloquies of a Yoang Man. SOLILOQUY THE FIliST- Heigho! So this is London, and a nmokey, foggy, dismal metropolis it is, to say the least of it. Reminds mo of young Simpkins, of onr class, who undertook to write an apostrophe to the ocean—a la Byron and completed one Hue: "Ob.tbou pro­ digious .dampness!" Simpkins stuck tbere and couldn't get any farther but there is no such limit to London dump uess. By the great ponds of Michigan, the :ur here seems to Hold water in solu­ tion One runs a risk of being drowned in breathing! I suppose this is what Mr. Gttppy called a "London particular," but with all dne respect, I don't think Loudon is particular, or she wouldn't have such an atmosphere. Pine shoeing, this, for an April in or ting! Ho, bumI really must get up and coiam nice rr pilgrimage. I can't understand why I should have started on this European tour, and con­ demned myself to wandering about looking nt things I don't want to see, climbing mountains I don't want to ...

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