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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 9 January 1885

11 iii B©' ~^Y ^JgWL.. _i*]-» 'tbis." Dry Goods, HEAVY & lath* ir AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes lieady-made Clothing- C. G. SIMMONS, DEALER LX STAPLE GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. At the old stand of J. Simmons on Oak St. d. W. BERG DEALER IN- SHELF All kisads of moc3miiies? and favmin.£ tools 31 PROVEI- II OWE SO A 3 -4»~ ^.^c* .'A» HARDWARD, Mi ng raier, Glass. Putty' of Paris, Pln.'-e Kg IRON, STEEL arid COAL, Tin, Ooppur.Rnd^S'heet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing prompt]}' done. Ph. Gross, Proprietor. I have net opened a new livery stable ia Little Falls, acid those wishing First-Class Bigs can be accommodated at my table. PHILLIP GROSS. The Stable is in connection with the Little Falls house, on Oak Street. LITTLE FALLS LUMBER CO MiiMfaefr.irer of and dealer in PINE UMBER. Itowgli awl kinds, Shingles, Pickets, Sash, and Building Paper. Bills Sawed to Order. Xittle Falls, Minn. Doors, i£S« JAMES STUMT fUj„*ti!iR irN 8TARI/&& TS...

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. — 9 January 1885

4 Ti O. Jerry Rc nw ti cauctr' of Mr. el f'r e: ticket notnir'j'.fi wan: president—d*''er l- ve evening, vt which dl thosu who Wire I opposed!') tin? exlravagsut exptuvli k.ure of vjihijr^ funds tind to the p*"./i:.« of ille.^d i:i v'• t• *L bout seventy'fire v*ter.f ••••«,- .• ttresen^ :*nd tii a Mod veil tU'!•'. '.'it-) 'endorsed h! the cu t.:i!.s Ji'ljotuned. This was not according fo-tify program of those who crfwed the -crucits, but-it •tthoweil abuiit the drift, of public cn?i inent. No further i&lrmji:. rtas mud..* 'to get lip an opposition tide*.. On th^ 'niorirlnir of election hoxuver, Clms. vf Little Falls. Vi'Uajra KSuvlion. j'Building liu^vovcfhifetits in Lit The restilt. of ti»e vU'ftee election tie Falls in 1884. 1 f',w held on Tuesday wh ik-".c?clly t.it»- ForSeveralt'eitrp past the Jraoscnpt t^mine factory to tin fr»*. nd.-» '»t -the old nj- baa annually published tninijitral i«ji. ^On toe day'of election showing the^value of the building im there was Ytvr.tt«:ir...

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. — 9 January 1885

MT FBXEHB. A. woman with a tender, haunting voice, And brave sweet eyes in which'the sunny flash Will sparklo ere the laughter curve hor lips, And peep out alyly through the drooping lash. A woman on whose head one seems to see A circlet woven by tha love and tears And laughter she haB wan from us whose lives Her presence brightens through the happiest years. The hands—a trick of hera—are oft out­ stretched, So many cling to thera, and strong men riao The bolter from her touch, while children's 8'.nil 03 Will break in laughter as they meet her eyes. So true a woman, that were all her art, And bright, sweet coquetry, and winning ways, Top*8s from memoir in the time to come, There still were left onough for grateful praise. In that bystanding in the fiercest glare, An one whose whole brave life is one of good And tender deeds, she helps our girls to prow, More nooie through her perfect womanhood. —Anoa ROSE 90MER. it was a gay October morning. There •wore still long swathes of mists i...

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. — 9 January 1885

A & "MOTHER CAREY'S CUSHI05L" "Now, Octavia," said Mrs. Oland, "do be a little carefnl to-day. Don't for pity's sake, let your wild spirits ran way with you!" Octavia Oland, in her pirik muslin dress, tied here and there with jaunty little bows of ribbon, md a straw gipsy hat garland with pink popies, turned aroun€, the very incar aation of radiant gleo. "Mamma," said she, "why should you grudge me my little holiday Don't I work behind Miss Fanshaw's counter all the year like any African slave Don't I lose my verj' identity in shirrs and puffings, and toil my very finger ends off with flounces and tucks Do let me play I am a child again, just this once!" So this beautiful young Euphrosyne danced awuy, leaving only the sweet 9cho of htr laughter in the gloomy apartment, and Mrs. Oland sighed. "She ia so thoughtless," said the mother. "And Duncan Kay and Harry Bolton are both going on this sailing party—and somehow I ieel as if to-day were to be the turning-point of her life. I wi...

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. — 9 January 1885

--la lO.vctt el Willi. ik poet loved a -s. iii', And so it- tvbov-ro «ie Utly, "Being so fa?i- \vi.y 't tiiufii "-VS ko far? Orwhjrstt V'Dui'y dm-*, wau shiuosi 30 tonjrhiiy.^ .O beauty-. VVo'li nn:l nnjiossessed, "O might lo th.s -ntUr: hiva.-* But Clasp III.*? oii'.'-.v u.'id thoo iiio bk-stP That star her ,• et.\ im-c* So mildly sv.tr:n, :u: hfl 'And lob.Vitij f«v sake ber he.von above j' Hia star .-a.'. uv. a.il, an became a vranwik ^Thou who na*t wo*.''. nnd hast possessed •My lover, ai^ovwhich was U-s .— To® star's beitiu, toe ttA v.-jimjiu's ing. Th-j^-. it taste* tv iv,. •allowed "And "Tho v,. like wry, -v anderstn^K part*! l»y it was sr^ I v. •cavfcs of breast 3* **I mi® from lv.\,v n,'- ih ty*, n. plied, light. thai »iiv»v si .wit fco iu" And to th« rny.-i-* «v. it. *1 atoB-ft-ojf. a WHAT 'F. J'J. C4T. 3 on INK. The Wat*l t* \f«' Ycrts Hit*.•.'• :r I Hl.'itc lis. Tine-.-f-it.-ir.] "I have Ixjoii «"ur 1 ov. t\e country,* 'remarked a jr'-ni uivm to: #ck, "ami I must pay that...

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. — 16 January 1885

"t A il 5 -y/ ^tb«wi»ywwp»au*a.iuMui PfUiFpSlONAL CAIiDS. U. Attorney at Law. *KT'!"1'.! L: M'INN.j JOH'N M. GOET.2, ATTOK\i:':\ AT I.AW. .•.•rwii'ii -1.i. I rM'.rui.v'e uwt •CG!ile''ieii». "..".{tttfcHS '••••.• it :.. wv 1 ii •ATTOHNtotS AT LAW. OF'if in'-i»r. Snntiions' futrjViT offlc. :-:.-riLE r.\:x .... UNN A. i'. KTOl' If.Y T. SICffEY & '-'AI-.HOL'N. ATTORNEYS AT IiW :it ill? Court House L1VTJJ- FAU.S MINX. N. Rl'OHABDSON, Attciii-ry end Coufisell-r attov. A £*5*. i* mer: can Agency "'. .ollei't ioii V.o. }'.civ «i: r«--n 1 t-Hi«*,« sml I.-niis weney cr. r,uu.f, AH" lift* r. nirjji lount Oi eiiwii ilw.J a11-.1 towi ir.N foi Mile. l.ri TLK A M.*. I VX. i^Mi5rsxG»oa. «li OF DEEDS, ltK(JFT MO HUT SON ror.NTY. NfiNN. tvni fnmis=l! Ujstrnct? of Till-. I'ay '»K:.ep. iR.r.s t.ands lor C. OFJTK'K Ai:COT'RT HOt'PK, LITTLE VA^LS, 1,1',OS HOBBI, Cher of the Tn^irict. C'nurt,. S, i.th .1 iidinini District. VO .U'.SON C- VN'TY, M'TSM, Pur it-. f't'inn! Pr'O! ,r,r„nr 1 and Oftice t.«-iu...

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. — 16 January 1885

Little Falls Transcript. •V. AL IULLEB, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. What Gov. Hubbard Has to Say Concerning the Fast Two Yeara in Min­ nesota. What Has Been Received p.nd What Spent, "with Estimates for the Next Two Years. Matters Concerning Education, State Institu­ tions, public Health, Jlilitia, tho Public Examiner, Ktc., Discussed. The Necessity That Something Be Done Be gtiriUng a System of Stute Inspec­ tion of Grain. Also That Soma Action Be Taken for Relic Against th Oppression of Railroad Management. The M'8s.igo. Gentlemen of the Senate and House of Itepxesent itives: The two years that have elapsed F.i.ico tho legislature was in session have 1K ".I marked by a large increase in the population of our state, and a corresponding nccfcssion to die aggregate wealth of our peo­ ple. The national census it 1880 gave Min­ nesota a population of 7,S0,80r. A corn oar Isci of the vote cast at the presidential elec­ tion of that year with the poll in N...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 16 January 1885

S I •Isr v-,, HOUR made to tta library within the past two ye&r& It has now over 11,000 volumes of standard works upon its shelves, and a num­ ber of unbound volumes sufficient to swell the total to 22,01)0, sill of which are being thoroughly catalogued by an- expert The secretary regrets that the newspapers throughout the state do not more generally contribute tbeir journals to the permanent collections of the society. AB chroniclcs of the current history of the commonwealth, he believes they will prove invaluable annals to succeeding generations. The rapid accu­ mulations of it« library and museum will •oon demand the increased accommodations which a separate structure will furnish, and for which an eligible idle was secured some rears since, and a considerable subscription Is already pledged. LOOS AND LUMKETt. The following statistics of the lumber in­ terests pf the state are furnished by the sur­ veyors general of the districts named, as re­ paired by law: /-Feet Logs S...

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. — 16 January 1885

•9m Dry Goods, 01 WHins: iff®! AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes Keady-made Clothing WAGON SHOP AND FEED MILL on mm,« EST of Tnt KMUSR MIL At my Feed* Mill I am now prepared to Grind Feed, Buckwheat, Graham, and Corn Meal for family use. Also do all kinds of general WOOD AND IRON WORK. Wagons, Sleighs, Etc., made and repaired. Basil, Doors and. Blind.® "Window and Hoor Frames made lo order in the best of style. All kinds of Carpen­ ter and Joiner work done to order. A BLACKSMITH SHOP In connection, with A conipcteut man in charge. Shecial attention given to Home-Shoeing. JOHN COLE, 3?roprieter. J, W. ERG DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools MPROVEL HOWE SCAL IS &S9h ng Paper, Gln?s, Putty' of Paris, Plastering IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, OopperTand .Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. Ph. Gross, Proprietor. I have just opened a new livery stable in Little Falls, and those wishing First-Class Rigs can ...

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. — 16 January 1885

Royal ton Rippling*. Rnyaiton, Jan. 14, 1885. R. Brown is erecting a commodious barn in connection with his hotel. would inform ihose interested that tlie cooper sli»p ia not i« tunning order yet- Several j«k:iterft from the dU paid u. their compliment* la.it Thursday. Coine mgiin. an(' brin vr I In* bund alon^. Our depot agent luis «vf help enough to run a depot of enormous (ttcky Snow Flake, at niii«piitud.'. We are glad to nee busings* incre.i*iiHj. The week of prayer has been pi*• of th Vy our gornl people into two iweeks of adltfe labor, and tnncli good is hoing 4 ne. W IVv-e, the gonial proprlHor of the Plane lious*, i, liapny over ihe arrival I or a young MNs o» S-jndsy nig-.t. We'll I *he take a cig-i", (.ei-r^e. A. W. iitebliisis, hale fellow well met, |*i now u- ii»g 'manager of the skating link, nnd proposes to decorate ihc bkatin»f room whirling* and buntings preparato. 1 ry to the ladies' wrist)**t party to be given on Tuesibiy evening,'Jan. 20. It IIHM heen some time s...

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. — 16 January 1885

HER CONQUEROR. She was very beautiful and charming, with those large dark eyes soft with the melting tenderness of passion slumber­ ing silently and dreamily—passion that would make them burn and glimmer ruth radiant glory at its first powerful awakening. Smill wonder that men whose pulses quivered at another's approach should quicken as she drew near: that hearts which beat so cooliy and stdbdily year alter year throbbed with a sudden Ha­ rt finable feeling when she passed by. Wherever alf moved, Ethel Burcome seemed to shtd some subtle influence impregnating e/ory masculine heart wiln its strange iuoxicating magnetism. »Vearied with the triumphs of the win­ ter she had come to this little seaside retreat, to the home of a former school­ mate named Vernon. "Here at least I can rest," she said ene day as she lay swinging in the pret­ ty hammock Mr. Vernon had fastened up between the rocks, within favorite shelter by the sea. "I am not so sure of that," laughed Miss Vernon, glancing ...

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. — 16 January 1885

I FARM ASD HOUSEHOLD. Good Cooking Bnlea. Chocolate Cabahels.—Two pounds of granulated sugar, a pint of sweet creain, a tableupoonful of vanilla ex­ tract, and four ounces of Baker's choc­ olate. "Put into a bright tin dish, and cook slov ly untD. it arrives at the brittle state, which can he known by dropping a little into cold water. Pour at once on to flat, greased tins or plates, and when almost cold cut into sqoai-o tab­ lets. Better for children than bough ten candy. Cool Dishes fou Hot TVeatheb: Gelatine.—Half a box of Cox's gela­ tine houkod two hours in milk add a little soda, then heat, stirring often. Beat the yelks of three oggs with a small teacnpful of sugar, and pour over (stirrinjr \vel!)tlie scalded milk and gela­ tine. IMum to the kettl-1 and let it boil again a minute. Stra.n and flavor then pour into a wet mold and set on ice till wanted. Eat with cream and BUgar, or fruit. Coi.d Cistaki). Heat a quart of milk, add sugar to tasta to the boatom yplks of five eggs,...

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. — 16 January 1885

tl .'.i! nil A CEYLOXESE MUTCH. .11mcrai*a U. Ccnway?s Aosoant oTtte JPuiiiC'US flirt a Danes. 'flTHf Snt«i-«8t or ths* 'Hfrtnw for tire Ju?ti(itinri2it liatlmr Than the yirii«c—"-fJfcariin* »of 'ttpt etttal lliiHj^ 11 \:.r "BunFranciseo ChronleV.) One Bid',* of tbt» (U'j.u'iiig^rooui is partly open and from the room beyond we presently the most ojftraorci uta.'y spec a -lit-nri a jliiijr of silver «rii:rtrr^ats, neat •oaugHt fh'.sbtw T:tmu i( Csolxl hair, and afer thli the ••Amh ot'-'dtuii eyes jjeerhui into»the room. -Then five Han toll fiit-it enteru-I with '4ivo men, singers oed nr.c*icilM»- The girls sat iii a ro-:v on tfte Soot, facing us, tlje men -bnliimi tbr m—.fltc plain suow-whits dress of 'the Matter mdkitisfl. ta.k^rouud for the rich ccstuinis oI- tht.' dauuer-. THE X.U TGH. The Tfanteh costumes, ..thv.igfa glowing with col- a I lai'.en with .'jewels, were nou gaudy ror oven gorgeous tt&ry wore -bar- £iaw enough, b^i possessed •withal a. certain ^nitiquarian "charac...

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. — 23 January 1885

vol. 9. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. iTiF. FABNMAM, Attorney at Law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN M. GOETZ, ATTOaSKY AT I.A W. (.i.Tiiiim r|c»}vcu. Insurance and (U»ilcfciiou«. C'flicvot tl'" courlfkouw. UTTI.K MIXN C. A. Li*»t»EII/ n. I- W. BILLS. j,indjbkrgm:& bills, ATTOUKKYS AT LAW. Oftlce in ''Dr. SlnunouH' former office. X1TTLX FALS. WINN. A. P. STQKEY. D. T. CA I.ROCK. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT iAW- Office at (he Court House. LITTLE FAM,B, MINN. NRICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellsi' at Law. Agent for the 'American Agency &. Collection Co. Buy* aud gel Is r«al estate, and loans money o« sum*. AIHC lias a large «t.ioumol choice land mid tfeww loin /'or Palo. LITFLE FALLS, MINN. Ofiims-il. LYMAN SIGNOK.. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOKKtSOK rOl'NTY. MTKK. Will furnish Abntraetsof Tills. *Pay Taxes. ,H*g IaimU for 5al«. OFFICE AT^COURT 110UPE. LITTLE PALLS, MINN LWH II611DE, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh -Judicinl District. iiliKlllMIS OCNTY, MIXN, jtp Kutriu* of HnmaMtesiciH, ...

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. — 23 January 1885

-n Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. MME. KISTORI LA proud of a necklace Shat was worn at the court of good ^ueen Bess. ELLEN TEKKY ran a foot race with hor son ia the long corridor of a Pitts­ burgh hotel. A FINK monument will be unveiled over Edward Lasker's grave Jan. 5, lie anniversary of his death. HENRY GKOKGK, who has been lect­ uring in tiio Isle of Skye, intends to sail for America by the steamer Alaska on Jan. 24. Mu. RUSK IN will build his museum it Bewdley of marble brought for the purpose from the Isle of Paros, "the most beautiful," he says, "which the world can produce.1' MB NICHOLS, th-e man whom Char­ lotte Bronte married, is now living at Hannagher, Ireland. He is married again, and is a gentleman farmer, having relinquished the clergyman's calling, Miss MJUIY TALMAGE, daughter of the famous Brooklyn divine, is of a pale., classic, blonde typ* of beauty, petite in stature, very vivacious in manner, and stylish in dress and a...

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. — 23 January 1885

nO! WINTEB. Ha! winter, hot Winter. King of tbe northern blast! You meet UH all, you greet us all, With prip that freezes 'ast. In regal pomp you've gathered tip Tour royafrobcs of snow. And bv their trailing men shall trace Whatever ways you go. Tour griin retainers all, alack! Make but a cruel train Of biting slcct and stinging winds And Tee ami frozen rain. The rich with furs and blazing hearths Your carnival may scorn, While Mirth and Cheer may reign supreme From wassail eye till morn. II. But ha! Winter, ho! Winter, What about this Poor? Who've no stronghold against tho cold, No bribe or sinecure To set at bay the stinging day, Or softer down tne night,— Who note the thickening windoiv-penea With eiuking hearts affright,— Who draw Iheir babies close und sing Their shivcriuL: luilabys, Then sleep and dream of steaming feasts That hunger-sleep supplies,— To wake at morn wirh shuddering sense Of lengthened fast and cold, And find that giiuiit-eyed Waut hath wrought Its trace withi...

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. — 23 January 1885

Dry Goods, Ph. iz:/.: AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP GASH STORE Boots & Shoes •Corn Meal f'w'fatr?iy Kfic.. Alsp-do all iviuiis-vt general ner and Joiner work done to order. !H%nMNShoc'ui£. ~i -1 i* Iteady-made Clothing WACQNSHQP AND FEED Willi tMUTOi 051 OIK STREET, WEST ihl IKD At mv Feed Mill I am now prepared to fir in Fued, ©uckwbeat, Gtahani, and W OOD AND IKON WORK. Wagons, Sleighs,jEtc., made and repaired. SasH, Doors an'd.lBlincis "Window and Door Frames niude to order in the best of style. All kinds of'Csipen- A BLACKSMITH SHOP ]n connection, with a competent man in char.-:* Shccial attention given to rttt —-.fi t. 1 J. PROVED HOWE SO .AT. 11 Tig Pajter, Glass, Putty »r Paris, Planteri ng IRON, STEEL and COAL, Trn, Copper.and Shfct Ir&s Wfire TB.adc to-order. Repairing jironiptlv done. Gross, Proprietor. I have just opened a new livery stable in Little Falls, mud those wishing First-Class Rigs can be accommodated at my stable. The Stable is in connection with the Little rail...

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. — 23 January 1885

Fire "Vloefiug. large A •council numljer of business men and lax pjvyer-s _f tin villain assembled at Ccross' store bui'ding on last Sn lord ay the purpose of dif-cussing be. ird posi­ tion to bond the village for the pot pose of presidingsome protecbun Iron: tiry. £. 1 F.intitam wus Hooted chairman of t.iie meeting, and Job*: V, otzvl wo iretury. The tjutBtion ot HIH I 1 •OH '•yiutting in water w.irb-t of about $20,000 Wii.s con^i'l^rc-il,. and the niujoiity t!I)f0 pi'vKe I' I We"ff' !ol'.lid to I rtj t.U to tl."' pian. 'fl'was e«tim iU*d Hint tlu cNt.»ffit«: of running the works and »)itv h*.-:ii in ropairafter they woie built be about $i,fbMer annum, u.d the n.tv'-resbon the bonds would be moiigii onntr th#* expense of the wi'l-' u)» to $^,000. At. preset, },JIJ v/ry litT'** iticoine wH?ld bo esf-ec it.'i tro-i rentals of water f^pey. At the present valuation-of this viihee ii I,.,'' would re^uiiti tax of over 1 ent on the (iolhfr to meet thi. et pffi«e, and ho-taxes are nlready ...

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. — 23 January 1885

FoitM AiimomL **An3 you are going home?" "Yes, I am going homo." The happiness within me that found utterance iu a laugh was reflected but dismally from the brown-bearded face opposite me. Bnt then Gurney was down on his luck, and that was hardly to be woudered at, when a young ne'er- do-well like me could realize in two brief years the wr aith that he had toiled for patiently during half-a-score in vain. "And you'll settle down in that old country and bo a steady practical man for the future?"he said, looking at me wistfully. "Yes, and I'll many .Tanie, and make her happy and proud of me and you'll vic.it us, Gurney, won't you, to seo how I have taken all your good counsel aud my own good luck to heart?" "M v/be, mavbe I don't promise," smiling thoughtful'/ and stroking hi a silken heard as lie spoke "but you have had rare fortune, young one and you do we'd to sit down now, aud con n1 how to do the very best with your­ self. It is not everyone who finds him­ self at twenty-five wit...

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. — 23 January 1885

I 4 yr- 'h:F„•• -r-:" PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS. SENATE.—The UUL to repeal tho pre-emption, desert lauda arid timber culture laws, and to amend tlie homestead law, passed tho get ate. The flr^t section provides for the repeal of the pro-emotion law, this repeal, howev-r, uot to affect the rights of any pernor. which are accruing on the pa«*age of the act. It further provides that any per­ son who hi\3 not heretofore had tho benefit of the pre eraptiuii law, and who has failed from any cans to perfoof. the title ou lanrl heretotort ,-ntficd by him under the homestead laws, may rmtku a. ai-oorul home stead entry in lion of the pre cmp'-ion privi­ lege which repealed. Section 'J repeals the timber culture lav,-, ih the provino t»ial it shall not int:-rr'..-r•.: with e.t stitjg rights. Second amnndfl the revised statutes so that persons who have ava.Ieu themselyoh of thfl hoiii^sti.ad Juws rr iv pay a minimum prica for lands, after eig^it"cu months 11 •'rti date of enti-v, p.'rv.'led they...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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