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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 13 February 1885

Mi ft I- ilM j«.1 ih fa' 0j* 9 5 j, i'. r^rSS Vv Bring inTyour Dry Goods, j?IO V" 2 X)H ~,i 5,^. All kiwfc ©t ir«4h Mt-afs. oMififtgt#, Hums. Lard, nni icver thtjjg ns Hully ktpt in iirst class mcftt mark-t, coKrtautly on band LITTLE FALLS, MIN«. We iiuy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the HIGHEST CASH PfLICXEiS For the same. BEEE, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER.&C. And get you cash every time. Wew to se3you. J. P. SMITH. AT A. TANNEB'S CHEAP CASH STORE oots & Sho es Keady-made Clothing J. W. BERG —DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARD WARD, All kinds of mechanics'and farming tools WE SCALfiLE VC IRON,rSTEELand COAL, Tin, Copland Sheet Iron Ware mad#to order* Repairing promptly done. XjITT FAXXS LUMBER CO Mnufactorer of and dealer in itM«h Kinita, IK STJLFI.fi & PAWCY AND A FULL LINE'OF CONFEOTI013EY, TOBAGGO A N CIGARS. ddtf* Best stock of-Cigars in toWn. Choicest brands of Tobacco. Arctic Always on-Draught, Store on Oak St.. LITTLE FALLS., MINN. THE P...

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. — 13 February 1885

t-M •F ••BETTOT TLFAN GOLD!" ,6K "G Ibcr ur flock**"Ire yn,'' I The Littia Falls flam* In-rnaiit a. will pre8fir.t thft above.' \-r«*ii»nt»rafiiH at tho Popular r'uik'jM th Tuesday-even ing,?. Keb. IV Hherj lnvo been Kcveral Vhavges in tho east« of characters, repnolwh nnd it now is a* follows: i*\ Peter Perchant (A hiwyer! ..... .\\ m. Urown hoU Annie Gar lipid (v,«rA'J?J?(,,er-' Tiell Gordon. •rtw "."""I" T"-!i nn amalenr trou»fr, «nd lbi» P».y been eiypn hvpe simoimt of eareful fixed but it. will be conducted ^itj Masons. He left .ijwitu'und four children. Washinston^Feb. 7.—The to faror it. County 0.rders Wanted I will pay ensh for county orders in any amount up to $5,000. J. C. FLYNN. IiJtte Falle, Minn., Jan. 22.18S5. WAITED. To buy 100 cords of wood in the •wood* within 2 or V/z We desire t« extend our thanks to the •numerous kind friends who so freely rendered their assistance *n4 synspathy during the illness and death of our husdiasad and father. HANNAII BRCXPUKXT -ASD FAM/...

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. — 13 February 1885

REBELLION ECHOES. Xongstrost's Desperate Charge at the Battle of Gattvslmrff—Daserlbad fry a Soldior Who Witnessed It froin Bahind the Scenes. .Prom the Boston Journal. The famous charge of Longstreet's •corps on the tliird day at Gettysburg has been often described, and it is bet­ ter understood, probably, than any oth­ er great battle scene of the civil war. It is therefore not my purpose in this arti­ cle to give anything like a general de­ scription of the movement, but simply to speak of it. as seen by a little party of men belonging to the first corps, •who were wounded in the first day's fight among whom it was my fortune to be cast. We were placed hors de combat on the crest of Semi­ nary Eiilge, afterward the key of the confederate position. When our troops fell back we were left where we fell, and wero therefore obliged to accept the hospitalities of the enemy. Of their abilities as entertainers I do not care to speak. Neither will it prove agreeable to awaken too many of ...

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. — 13 February 1885

a BRITISH REVERSE IK AFRICA. Khartoum Falls Into the Hands of El Mahdi Through the Agency of Foulest Treachery. LONDON, Teh. 5.—Intelligence has been re­ ceived here that Khartoum has been cap tared by tlia Arabian rebels. The where­ abouts of Gen. Gordon is unknown. He la probably a prisoner in the hands of the vlc toia The war office issues the following: "Telegrams from Gen. ^Volseley announce that the fall of Khartoum took place Jan. 20. Ho says Col. Wilson arrived at Khar­ toum on Jan. 28, and was prreatiy surprised to find that the enemy was in possasfion of that place. Be immediately started on his return down the river, and proceeded under a heavy fire from the rehela When some miles below the Shubiaka cataract CoL Wil­ son's a termers were wrecked, but ho and hia party managed to reach an island in safety, where they are secure. A steamer has gone to bring them back to the British camp near Metemneh". Gen. Wolseley says he has no information regarding the fate of Gen. Gor­ ...

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. — 13 February 1885

!VproflS Matter. Troth the Pioneer I?Mse. go far as can b- learned there is no ehange in Uk relations of the Wells Far company and the Northern Pacific express. Tlie former ia ixrouMwaliy, if The new version ol "Auki Lan? SyHe" not contmuoualy, indulging'in cut*, and Tiious and united in maintaining ached ute figures. Their obligations are bind­ ing to keep rates at a standard, so that 4here is no cause for complaint. From ihe careless wording of some reports about the Wells Fargo and Northern Pa­ cific the impression has been created that all tbe express companies are cutting. This is not true. The trouble is confined to tbe two companies namvd. In answer to aumerouf inquiries about the Continental Express company, it can lie stated by authority that its officer* are ordor^o*1 in hopes that their relation* with the Chicago & Northwestern railway can be arranged amicably, although negotia­ tions with the Chicago & Northwestern are not active at tbe present time. It scorns to...

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. — 20 February 1885

VOI, 9- If—ipwtaw PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Lfffiil. IIRIITLIB AH^TRM7 Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN M. GOETZ, ATTORNEY il l,AW. !Oll«CtiM)g. tennfti'spok*i. Insurance and Offltti lit ti'lfc C0UTt|ll01U.fc. LITTJJ4 FA LI-S, MINN A. LjUIKR«U. L. W. Bxtis. LINDBEKGH & BIM.S, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Dr. Simmons' fornK-r office. UTTLM *ALS, .... MINK. A. P. STCUET. D. T. BTORF.Y CAt.noVS. CALHOUN, ATTOlfcWEYS AT 1AW. Office h{ the Court House. I.ITTLK FAl.t.S, y,INN\ ""NT'eiohardson,-" Attorney and Counsel!?!- at Law. Agent for tie American Agency & Collection Co. Buys »n«l tells ira} estate, and kxas unnt\v 6*1 nani». Also ha* a Lirae HMOuut of choicn lattd and town lot* for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH, Attorney at Law. —Office first door west of the Papular rink.— LITTLE FALLS, MINN'. Oflicial. LYMAN SIGJfOR REGISTER OF DEEDS, MonuieoN COIT'NTT, VI:XN. Will furnish Ab.itmetsof Titk. ^I'ay Trips. Mas Land* for S ilo. OFFICE at court house, L1TTLB FALLS. MINN...

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. — 20 February 1885

$ •f rr IBS Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. Reports from Kansas, Kentuofty, Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri, Maryland, and Virginia, of winter wheat, aronoi at all favorable. It is said the crop must certainly be 30 per cent, less than that of last year. Should these reports be substantiated there will bo liighej prices for spring wheat. Carroll D, Wright, lately appointed commissioner of the labor bureau at ,*Washington has had large experience and observation at the head of a similar bureau in Massachusetts, and in a late interview says: "I think I am able tc Bee a great revival ol trade in all direc­ tions. I may be mistaken, but I thinfc you will find three months hence, that the percentage of unemployed men will be much smaller than at present.' Some one has introduced in the New York Legislature an act "for the sup­ pression cf sentimental gush and the glorification of felons," which provides a penalty for any one who shall send a bouqu...

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. — 20 February 1885

I U#W EM.fDEMD. A splendid June day, bright and breezy. Opposite the great square in its carpet of green, stands a large brown painted house with bow-windows and spacious piazzas, half shrouded in blossoming wisteria. On one side is a croquet ground, and on the other a glimpse of a lovely old fashioned garden, green, cool, and shadowy, the mere sight of which is re­ freshing. It is Sunday, and the people on their •way to church. Most of those who pass this way are evidently of the elite, for the street is the fashionable one of the town. As they pass the brown house, each looks up at the bow-windows, as if ex­ pecting to see there a face that they know. But none is visible, though perhaps those whom they look for are nearer than they imagine for at one end of the upper piazza, screened by the matted wisteria, are two young girls, dressed in thin slippers and white cool muslin scaques. One of the girls is tall, fair, stately, and a trifle inclined to embonpoint. One can predict that ...

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. — 20 February 1885

I i* t'.r I eSfJfflKI .1 vr v. DryGoods, -4* y« LITTLE FALLS MEAT MARKET. HO- .*11 kJIMM Ol 'i"l«Wli Uelite, gniMayw. Mams Lard, and everything u» willj kept in iir»i clam TB«AC murk.t, constantly on btad LITTLE FALL*, MINK. We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the HIGHEST CA.SH PRICES Bring in your Tor the same. BEEE, PORK, YEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C. And get you cash every time. We want to see you. J.P.SMITH. AT A. TANNER'S ©HEAP CASH STORE js»rjantw."i».i!: i-? Boots & Shoes ^eady-made Clothing J. W. BERG DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARD WARD, .All kinds of mechanics' am:! farming tooh "THE IMPROVED HOWES SCALES IRON, STEEL and OOAL, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly rtone. LITTLE FALLS LUMBER CO Mnwfacturer of and dealer is PINE LUMBER. Btttgh and Dresstvd, all kinds, fiath, Shingles, Pickets, Sash, Boors, and Building Paper. Sills Sawed to Order. Little Falls, Minn. 'JL JAMES STUART. •lillR IK SMPLfiA 1ANCI XVD A...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 February 1885

A i- Dramatic. "5"bCt drama, Betfcfcr -tStcn Go?A, pre •dented at the Popular rink laat Tues «d»y evening b/thfc-Home Dramatic t$B®pany quite'frfHSfied the expecta *tfon* flf the* largo'*nd appreciative Midiekicfl Ahteh' fttwemWeH to heirr it. The play whs 'jrt-rh^m snore than any tjefiftre preffewted by :m ivmn in La fond confirmed the good impres­ sions ther have wade heretofore. Sam Staples as Abh, a colored waiting^mMi, furnished all tfoe fan. Mr. Close -car­ ried the honors of the evening, and was well supported in tfoe most tkrili­ s!l.... in* scenes by Mes&*s. Ryan, Brown and iSchnllern. The stage was too fiwrted in site to permit the freedom of actton necessa­ ry to a perfect presentation the acoustic properties of the rink are also pooriRRdin aonve instances the actors failed to make their words understood. Notwithstanding a few such minor ob ataclos as am frequently met with by Jtniateur companies, that they succeed­ ed in presenting the drama in a most The St. Paul Pi...

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. — 20 February 1885

Aip-. 1 i.: 4 1 1 OOMFH84fIOl. Not faithful heart nor valiant hand Wina always honour1* guerdon: Uncrowned, full many a mro falls, Before the oncirolinp cordon. The patient delver in the mine Its wealth may not discover, And beauty's gra afid tenderness Repay not fondest lover. Yet still the level balance waits, Poised true by fate unswerving Noperfect gift of heaven rewards The recreant undeserving. The tinselled baubles fame bestows Are tarnished in tne winning The goal attained through tears and pain But mocks the grand beginning. Osoul that seest thy longed-for prize Bestowed upon an other, Bo oravo to bear thy sore defeat, Thy grief and auger smother, Nor back upon thy toil" Look with re Thou hast the best that life can give— ailing years The rapture of endeavour. HIS LITTLE LOVE. A snowy January afternoon. Through the little window of the warm waiting-room we travelers saw the snow blowing across the whitened fields, and heard the sweep of the wind among the leafless branches ...

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. — 20 February 1885

I*'1 CLEVELAND AID HENDRICKS. The Houses of Congress, in Joint Ses­ sion, Count the Votes for Preslflent and Yice President. The Ceremony Proceeds Withopt Ex­ citement, and Cleveland and Hen­ dricks Are Declared Elected. WASHINGTON, Feb. 11.—In TJIW^TTPUBE to­ day, at a few minutes before lJlpTplock, the speaker pro tem. requested the members to clear the first two rows of Beats for the ac­ commodation of eenatora At precisely 12 the senate of the United States was an­ nounced, and headed by Mr. Edmunds and the officers of that body, the senate filed in and took the seats assigned them, the presi­ dent of the senate Beating himself by Acting Bpeaker Blackburn. Senator Edmunds, in calling the assembly to order, said: The two houses of congress have met In pnr euanco of the constitution aud laws and a cou cuijrent resolution for the purpose of executing the'duty required by the constitution and laws tn the mattec of couritlaff the electoral vote for president and vice president of the...

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. — 20 February 1885

Iff? Who Will Be Judirc tjt.Cloud Jowrftal Press: Oti.lHondrtJ petition tras circulated among the MtOrneja of this- city. addressed to Govenor Hubbard and earnestly he ommendinij the appnft fmnt **t'-I. W. Mason, Fergus »1K the a 'd ional Judgeship of fhis 8r'v?-nrh District, there Win# no longer ntty doubt as to Vie ere a lion that oific-. Dm nir me ptcvions •\vn a prtition ul I circulate 1 by ivvi) or three 'of Uie ringer Demrcrnls member* of the bar.in favor of Col Bax­ ter, of F'-'rtfiiJ. It WM-i omnicided thai as tlie nc-.v -7au.«i- .-"h .-U sir. Otfi Tail r.otinty tnau 11st: -ckc:ioii »t t1»^ person lo fill liie oflie" should tlie lor of ilia! yrj't of 11.»• I'.iviu-t (fchick the Colonel t" 1e ni . tocontuA). Tin' Si Cloud !U.\VIM a in in ex '.y lidnsLtnd v\by as the new Judge will be nn eqmil assu-i ie will) Jttdije Collin over ihe entire diM id, ihe whole district sKouhl not' i* intci ftcd in the appointment. Besides which ihey hayo a Vfcry lively recollection of the active ...

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. — 27 February 1885

71 5II ii1 ,f X? Xo^al. 1E.- M. tAMHlM, Jkttoanmery titXaw, UTTLE fAUS, MINN. J03B5r^Ta0ETZ5 mOBSEI AT LAW. tteuaiM'apokan. Intumuecc and aaJlections. Oflfctfat *Jw «wwi^MHHe.. LITTLE FALLS, -MINN C. A. i/ty-vgmvii. L. W. Bjlia iDrDBBVGH&BW, ITTOBNKT^AT LAW. CHu in Or. BtsnaoM* former cffie«. LITTLE TATA, MISS. flfMIKY. D. T. CAMIOtTH. STOREY CALHOUN, AINNPRA AT XAW. *HSo« it the OeortHcuse. LITTLE liits, MIKW. W.RICHARDSON, Attorney and Coumtlkr at Law. AgMVtfor Ml« ''American A#»n pt A Collection Go. Buy* art'd m1!b mi estita, anti toatig money 1mm latge afadrtttofctoriw li ami M^n lots for wUe. LITTLE FALLS, M1XN. IS. 8. SMITH, attorney at Law. —OJftce flrwt do«r wcit of tlie Papular tiok.— LITTLE FALLS, MOT. Oitlcittl. LYMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OB" DEEDS, JMfRKISOK COt'KTY, MIMK. ?Pay Taxea. If U1 fbrniik AfcltTaets of Title. Rat Land* for 8a?o. 0VF1«5 AT COUJIT HOUSE, |I|TTLB FA LLP, MfNN. LEOK H81WR, Cierk ef the District Court. Seventh Judicial District. WlRRISOMJCOWn', MTKK...

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. — 27 February 1885

I I -U 9. PROFESRiONAL CARDS. !E. If, FilSHAlI, JSktioww -at-Law, UTTLfi FALLS, MINN. JOHN M. GOETZ, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ticuMn'^t«k«m. Uijn!nw/f.e and cei lection* 48iw*t tho p«/rirt|boi.itie. FALiA MINK •c. A. LTVWnftCHr. L. W. Bilw. JLINTJBEKOH & BIluT^S, ATTOH NKYSjAT LAW. OSte in Dr. bhrim.v?*' former oCVee. little falk .... mj*k A- F. BTCKKY. D. T. CAMIOT7N. STOREY & CALHOUN, (MTORNJ5YS AT IAW. DfTu* at tlift Court House. LITTLK FALLS, MINN. H. EICHAKDSON, Attorney and Gouttseltar at Law. Agoct for th» Americari Ajrenr-y Collection Co. 5*ny* nnl mU6 r«al eilfcte, and loa'ts money nam* A)*f l»a* a large aflnuTatu of etooise ft rut \Jtir. lots /or fate. L*TTLE FALLS, M1KK. J2» 8. SMITH, Attorney at jLJAW. —OSftce Sr*t door ire*'. c* tlie Popular litvis LITTLE FALLS, MINN. 7S62m?&iQ?irfiBC2rm:?: r^trr ofticua. JI.EQISTER OF DEEDS, jtOTiiuoo* coi'xrv. :p&y T»Ki*. Will furninh KUtrnr.sc\ Title R*s I.ftn5. tor i*34. WV*F1«3 AT'"01TJIT FIOIPK A MTNN. IE0* F8CMR, Oerk ni ...

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. — 27 February 1885

Little Falls Transcript. W. 3L FTJLLEB, Publisher. UTTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. An English Bine Book shows that Gen. "Wolsoiey, commanding the Eng­ lish armyin Egypt, has received $465, 000 from the English Government in reward for. The bounty given victory of Tel El Kebir was $150,000 for his Ashantee victories, $125,000, and for his Indian services, $190,000. General Grant has recently repaid a loan of $1,000 made to him last May, when the firm of Grant & "Ward failed, by a man in Lansingburgl^, N. Y. The nse of the money was voluntarily offer­ ed for one year without interest, and in returning it General Grant expresses his thanks and explains that he had been able to earn the sum himself within the time specified. No doubt the latter fact gave the General especial satisfaction, and the entire transaction reflects credit upon the persons concerned.- Major Sternberg of the United States army, an expert in the matter of disin­ fectants for contagious diseases, made several tests in ...

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. — 27 February 1885

&Cbey stood at the altar ontj nhort year ago .He vowed from troubles :of'life to defend •''-hep, /••••r •. ••jSpcj have her and hold her for Ureal or for wo- She spoke the rospptujas in accents moat tender, 'Tonight in tho gloom thoy are sitting apart Oh! has all her wifely devotiou bean wasted? She nropuji there in silence, tv pain at her heart The lamps are milighted, his enpper tmtasted. Tboir pfcy, erst all cloudless,, is now overcast} For joy there is sorrow, for gladne«a dejec Oon The serpent has entered their F.den at last., And left his dari trail on tho flowera or 'af­ fection. Oh, well may thero be in her bosom a pain, A frrief that she vainly endeavors to amother To-night heh.iH told her in language quite plain, She can't cook liia meaJs half as good as his mother! Boston Courier. OF TWO. Waiting for the Tr&la. Philadelphia Press: Scene: Penile sylvatiia Railroad Station, corner Broad and Filbert streets. Ladies' waiting room. Usual occupants, obliging mat­ ron in...

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. — 27 February 1885

wm Dressed Meats and Dry.Goods, y-.: Uli -'Vv •$&. Ail 1-iest. Meflta, 3u^ag»vHatu* Lard, and everything sally kept in a fh9t*l±isrv meat mark-t, cocsuirtiy on hand. I.MTLE FALLS, MIXK. We Bny aU Kinds of And Bay the dJa.sH 3EEE, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EC8GS BUTTER &C. your lame We want to see you. J. P. SMITH. AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE "Boots & Shoes T»R.IOE3S saute. your ^Ready-made Clothing & .JSSE&F HARDWARD, kinds of mechanics' and fanning tools «TEEL and COAL, Urn, Oopipar.aiMl S)|MtIroB Ware made td order. jfnafaotnrei af and dealer in V' "j "1.*•'' mmw f-n assy r:,j -^Hk -.V STAPLED F4NC5T AND A J'«I.I,.L1», K»F FRUITS. TOBACCO A N Ph 13 .us CIGARS. S&F ®«»t stock of Cigaitfin town. (Choicest brands of Tohattfo. jggflr 1!1 ways on Draught. Store 011 Oak St*. LITTLE FALLS, if INN. THE PEOPLE'S Ji -A'A-AWA* XT Millinery and GO *r/ o. kefp on Jumd a stock hffveacly*-niadt •Bools-'itxd tihoe", whi'ah u^iU seli cheap'f&r cash. All myown —mafct yuara...

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. — 27 February 1885

A ,4 rl k- elated to be the 1 tho financial wi'i publication ot !!(-, M». iF Morrison conn'y for tbe y-jur im^tinned, awl the board of '.-.'un'v are imthorized unr iih to appro­ ve same. Tpriate money to "pf.y The bill wh* introduced by Unfikman. The same day a bill Jet ult public printing of tho county to the Joweat bidder. Eurlv. Menduy tnqrniojr A. F. Story and J.:H. Rhodes wput'toSt. Paul for the purpose of defeating bbth'biUs'if jrfbssibie. At the request of these gunlleinen Senator Bnckmaji raWed the legaiissinir bill 1 btock from the governe r. where it had pone for approval and it wa-s referred to the judicitfry committee by J. G. Flyon, A. F. fttore.y and W. M. Fwller, and &3 soon as the coiniuit-tce luarnr-d what was cl*im«d by each side and aav? that it wa« situ ply the extension of ft political fight they decided that ae it was si m4fct«Hr of interest to Momi&nn connty onljT', itehoil!^ be *bt*d on *c cordingto the recommendation of the local reprttentative,. txn...

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. — 27 February 1885

t: Ki. fl fr te fO VrzSDOlC OfTBl PMAD. BATTOE TXMO GB3SW0U. Xy love hM been dead for an hour Ok! aht) has haen tree to me 8bo bad loved main ^passion and pain, she had followed o'er laud and S&a. And I had been true to her, Of as trae as a man may be Ho do&a not love like a girl, And follow o'er land and Wk Bat I loved her the best of all, Tltongh I may havu had other frienda And if ever uhe doubted me She made mo divine amesfe Bnt an hour before ahe, died beautiful worshiper said, If I could swear I had always been trtt Then she shonld be happy dead. 801 swore with a steady voice, '71 1P( With my hand upon her head, true, That I bad always been true, That she might be happy det% Ait! I wonder how much they know, These d^ad with their strange new powers And I wonder can they be hurt By folly and fanlt of-ourA, Oh! 'the very thought appalls, Ard 1 shrink with sudden dread, That although she loved me so Bhe may not be happy dead. ISi Froni (he French of G« de Cherville, by Fr...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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