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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 27 February 1885

-t WASHINGTON MONUMENT. v'v'iV'" fighi,one v: The Geremony of Dedicating1 the Wash­ ington Monument Executed Ac cording to Bh^ramme. A Scene of Brilliancy 4Sneh as the Na tional Capital Has Seldom, if Ever, Presented. Eloquent Orations by B. C. Winthrop and Jo!m W, Daniels, with Some Minor Addresses. The ceremonies attending the completion of the Washington Monument, the highest struc­ ture-eyer created by human hands, at the city of Washington on the 21st inet., were of an im posing character. The celebration was in two parts, one at the bfcse of the monument and the other in the hall of the house of represen­ tatives where the principal orations were de­ livered. AT THE MONUMENT. The day was cold and disagreeable. The military arrived betimes, the brass bands were marshaled to their places, the troops come to a rest. Senator Sherman, chairman of the joint congressional commission, from tho center of the stand, at 11 o'clock, called about 800 poople to order, and said something abo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 27 February 1885

i! -1 1 .. !.r .natter flUTarlftttewiiifi of Grant, Jfcpifer an ri jfottf of WlrteVwutains apy wh'Tefi-otufW to 80 t^ir ceirt. of nltorglycerine, tie balance of fttnne'rttfrt^'exploaive *aw' d«»t 4efcareoa). plaster of paris. black pa Wder ursoijne ptber substance1 tfiii&:'''iifc^'.^' ^ffcgtyrerine and rnaU«$*porrta* spongy Dynftmiteisprcpaiedby almply Vaeading with the naked hands 85 per cont «r infusorial eartk ami 79 par Cent ufr nitroglycerine vuitil the tnixtar* assumes a putty eontfiltan n* unlike HHtiat brown sugar. Before mixing lie infe«frial ia ca'eitied ia afnntace, in •order to burn t«t all organic naaiter,' «wkI it is also aifit»4 to free it from large jgttins.Wktte *fil woist it Hr«g«eexed into eaurtgas which are prepared of pdrchnkeat fnper irnt IJ»a firing ia done bj fulminate of silreria copper tc*psn4e* pro victa) sviith ptrtent exploder*, TVre prudent and tke Rwftim cswtt nwurtfat litfte at last agi-eed noirtemie.lt suspends 8warim Iron* rimfc &nd duty nnd...

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. — 13 March 1885

I I 4 I ft VOl. 9- rnsmm PROFESSIONAL ClftPS. £L «. ^ARWIf Alir Attorney at Law, 'CrriTiE TMLl». "MINN. JDMMOOETZ, ATTORNEY AT UW. GeMsan'srwkto. JwniKmee and collections. ^0Okvat tbe *«ft|bou«*. LITTI/K FALI^t, MINX A. l^Nnsracir L. W. BlLU. I-.IN IBj2Rf »H 'ft BILLS, attoknbts at law 00c* hi T^r firmnors' frrraer rifflf?. -itXl* fAIB, MItfR fr.1*1 "i 11 ii i» *. ftTOHBT. D. T. CALHOT7*. 8T0REY A CMIOUS, ^TTORMEYS AT LAW- Ale#afc tb£C*nrt House. t.tTTii* ALT-8. MINN. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counselor at taw. Ag«ut for M»e American Agency St Collection Co. Bays and sell* rval and loans money MM, Aio has & larij* amount of choice 'ftMdAMl (own lot* or nale. UTTLF. FALLS, MINN. B. S. SMITH. Attorney at law. .^flo* lnt door west of the r«pula* rink.— U7TU FALLS. MINK ^aar-yit 1,«.*' i. 1. -xa.xr=r—V—— OflU^al. 1YWAK SIOBTOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, KOFKIHOf C'OtWTY, warm "W Fay Taxe«» Will farutali Abstracts ot' Tirte. Ka* LMtdk for Sole. OFFICE AT.COURT ItOUSK, »ITTfc* FALLS. MINN liG...

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. — 13 March 1885

4i,,f Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER* Publisher. LITTLE J'ALLS, MINK QVR.'SD STATES KMX A Froceeding* of the Extra At the ro^tirg of the seuato on Th: •i. in extra session, the galleries ap *:lert Kondricks, which tuanf •n .i-i riv.p »*nt abruptly terminated wi I T:-. ionaiors arose ai this sur.ur rir. «Ut ii Juti.r offered prayer. :r^ .a th* vice president ind *t« greeted with Tt» o: the gallery. Ho r,.-T, and, in a voice orilv audibl w'kif theteadiugof th« jourui v. ai to the senate the n.vni v«»a lu has seJee^d as cabinet i.\ a:•* as follows: *.? -vate—Thonus F. Bayar^ J»9 V! •Vo .'{ r. •-*"•1 Tranury—Daniel Maun W vr -TOiliaoi Ft:die Navy—William Writ V.,v )i« tntanor—L. Q. 1 i-tr. -it Lacmar of Got ral—William F. •-••u'ra!—A. H. Garlar. I of Arkan- 153. il. A' .-r »adinft '-ho journal Mr. Tan Wy^k was rv-t ?nizud a^d offered tho following resoiu uo.«, for which ho askod immetluvto coniidora- v-.r ).. ivtd, Tiiat tho secretary of the inwrior V.n to onTi tho eenaio whether...

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. — 13 March 1885

iff '?|1 .l:/''»^WvvTV#-r THE NEW PRESIDENT, Cleveland and Hendricks Inaugurated fes President and Vice President of the United States. The Assembled Thousands Greet the New Chief Magistrate With Thun­ ders of Acelaim. A Most Imposing- Military and Civic Parade Follows the Inaugu­ ral Ceremonies. The gentlemen named were Inaugurated to-day as president and rice-president, re­ spectively. of the United States of America The installation of. the first Democratic ex­ ecutive for twenty-four years waa made the occasion of a demonstration of extraordinary uiRfjjulude, marked by a degree of enthusi­ ast not ofcen witnessed. The event was celebrated by the booming of cannon, the waving of countless flags and banners, the music of 150 brass bands, vuried by scream of fife, blast, of bugle and roil of drum, and above oil tho uproarious shouts and cheers of the great multitude that literally packed the principal streets of the capital city. Fiovidcnet) smiled graciously upon Grover Cleveland,...

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. — 13 March 1885

1 $&&??# S€§1J •%.. „. m&£: !'-f Tf, mmm fft'- -"J i»*,V.»2,****».•• "W,- MrailAlii«E*f«IARIl£T, your Dry Goods, BEEE, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS BUTTER &C. And get your cash evey time We want to see you. J.P.SMITH. THE IMPROVED IRON, fli^i&S Aflfcindsof Fmh &faag*,:_ VtMUft 1AM, snd everytliVne as mttj k«Pf i» firtt«luti nett wrkU, constantly oakud TTLK FALLS, MIX*. We 'Buy all Kinds of ,' Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the HiaizssT casH PRICES Forthe same. AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes fteady-made Clothing J. W. BERG —DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE, All kinds of meeJjanics' and farming tools 8TEKL -r^p^p gf^ SCAJL'&S' widCpAL, Tig* Oopp«r9 Mb«eiiroB Waw& «*le ftepaifinfi promptly uoi«e. LFMBER CO i' Mtiijfacturer o^ajod. ijealer j*i tttd mil kinds, Pickets, Sash, Boors, andBuilaingPaper '-iff ?",t JAMES STUART. DKALO& IN HtX PLfi & FANCY AJND A F&JteJ LINE OF FRUITS, TOBACCX) :JLl$n&- CIGARS. «Sr Beat...

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 March 1885

t- I KpyRltoiB^lngi, W. ifi Gould erecting barn en bis Tbg wflfon h^a taken the j)ace of the tcelusmoveil into Cole's {).ft.2lhck «erioaily under the Wftfftttho matter with a big boom ItitofrprihK. Hie •iecteU town officers have all tjtutlified for their offices. A. W. Stehbins released his charge •of t)M» rink last Monday. Tue mw mill i« rnnning its fall ca­ pacity on !inrd Wood logs. Mrs. A- W. Stebbina returned from •Chamberlain last Saturday. Let uome o«« stiirt the side walk iigi* 'Ution we nytnlsoino if any town does. A fcoathsman from St. Cloud is look­ ing up a business Kite here: come on. The boys have returned from the woods and art* beginning to feol funny. The Mississippi river crossings at North Prairie and Two Rivera are got» tiwjr unsafe. Dr. Putney admire«/the festive rol­ lers. but solicit* tba assist a nc« ot a fttreng *rm ulso. E. R. Hinnoan, engineer at the saw mill, moved his family here from St. •Cloud on Tuesday. Hon. C. B. Back man w*wt in town on Monday tran...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 13 March 1885

Rife If I bad thong He fluid, I she would have died, I been tenderer in my speech, I had a moment lingered at bar aide. And held her eresuie BMSed {leyonu If I had thought so aoon she Trot roy reach, & h&ve died That day she looked tip with her Htartled eyee, Like Bomehnrt creature where the woodsare deep With kisses I had stilled those breaking sighs, With kisses closed those eyelids into sleep, That day she looked up with her startled eyes. Oh, had known she would have died so soon, Lore had not wasted on a barren land, Love like those rivers under torrid noon Lost on the desert, poured out on the sand— Oh, had I known she would nave died so soon! —Harriet Preseott Spoffordinthe Bazar. MISS PEffliLOPE, SENIOR. BY BABBA.BA. YECHTON. Dr. Hardy was Miss Penelope's fath­ er, and Miss Penelope was aunt to Pen­ elope Hardy, Jr. They had livod near­ ly all their lives in the same old-fash­ ioned house, and Miss Penelope had never been away from it for one night even. There had be...

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 March 1885

j'$ -.'v[ x' '-v^ SUMMARY OP SEWS OF THE WEEK. General Hun to IM Court Marti alei. The president baaord«red a general oonrt martial to convene ia this city on the 11th inst, for the trial of Brig. Gon. W. B. Hazen chief sig­ nal officer of the army,on the charges of conduct prejudical to good order and military dis­ cipline, in having officially and pnblicly crit ieuttd the action of the aecretary of war for not following his recommendation to send an expedition to tho relief of Lieut Greely, in Beptember, 1883. Following is the detail for the court: Maj. Qon. Hancock, Maj. Gon. Schofield, Brig. Gen. Howard, Brig. Gen. Terry, Brig. Gen. Aup u^Brig._ Gen. MaoFeely, Brig. Gen. alabirj, Brip Gen. Murray, Brig. Gen. New ti, Col. Andrews, Twenty-fifth infantry CoL Fifth cavalry CoL Blouk, Twenty third infantry, with u'apt. J. W. Clans, Twen­ ty-fourth infantry, judge advocate. Kerritt, Orders were SIIHO ISSUED for the suspension of Gen. Hazen and Limto consider himself in arrest until fu...

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 March 1885

h: I SWMY OF SEWS OP THE WEEK. General Hasea to 1m Ootxrt XCartlaled. The president baBottterecl a general court Partial to convene iathia city on the llthinsl, for the trial of Brig. Gen. W. B. Hazen chief sig­ nal officer of the army,011 the charges of conduct prejudicial to good order and military dis­ cipline, in having officially and publicly crit­ icised the action of the secretary of war for not following his recommendation to send an expedition to tho relief of Lieut Greely, in September, 188:1 Following is the detail for the court: Maj. Gen. Hancock, Maj. Gon. Schofield, Brig. Gen. Howard, Brig. Gen. Terry, Brig. Gen. Angii, Brig. Gen. MacFeelv, Brig. Gen. tlabird, Brip Gen. Murray, Brig. Gen. New- Col. Andrews, Twenty-fifth in fun try CoL rritt, Fifth cavalry CoL Block, Twenty third infantry, with Capt J. W. Clans, Twen­ ty-fourth infantry, jndge advocate. Orders wore also issued for the susponston of Gen. Hazen and him to consider himself in arrest until further orders. C...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 13 March 1885

1 I !i| LR: I,, I $ -4 "k. Bicycle mi. H«rf0. Bnt in comp'n-'ftg ihe bes! times on reooKl of troitin* h-irse driven in a !ij*bt gig, aa it* Ihf utalwi'-i in America. and a man riding and propelling a twenty-seven pound bicycle, the condi tloDM, taking the relative strength of the conteatants ia equal. Mnuk "8., Mr. Van derbill's celebrated horse, trotted one mile io 2:09: the tiliainpion time for a bicycle 2:39 Leaving cut intermedi­ ate distances I tind that Lttliv Mack did live miloa in 13 Mr. Hillier has ridden it on a bicyle ir» 14:18. Controller did l«l miles in 27:28^ Mr. English sic complisbKt tluit distance in 29:10 3-5. Twenty mi lea was done by tfte horse Capt. McGowan in 58:25 Mr. Ehglifili, who holda the record lor twenty miles an hour mr.cb aurely be looked on as a **«»».lerful performance. But afteritweu 4y nwlea the man :-npidiy beginu to .go l« the front. The iiea* fifty miles on record is leeti done by Ariel in 3:55:40]2, but Ion Keith Falconer rode that distance on...

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 March 1885

4- siai« •S.iV.^.V' V. •m*-»*a *j- w*.» uiu v»m\t*n* .»»• ,ii, A Ukmujd j.W.M:*. UXDBERC.H A BILLS, ATTOENKVS AT l.MW If* t» P\ 4:% Aratr aftet I urrtKiAL*. MINN. STOREY & CAIJIODN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. offk# th- (uit :.!TV!.r KM.'Sv MISN. N RICH ARDSON"- attorney and Counsell-r at Law. Went Vf if-. Am -'Iran vnoy it Collrrlion C°-"' Bays *n T-*V**»« -o*t*. cn-i V«UJ rocJ«sy noK. A\*\ h*« '«rue lAio'.mol CI.MCO Un4 %Mt) torn: l-.tt fur r*lc. LITTU I'Aub^ MINN*. E. S. SMITH, attorney at Law* •—Otlk* rim dorr wist or the rupular rink LITTLE FALT.w. MINN. 0«l*i«l. LYMAN SIONOK. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MonRip: COVMY. MIKN. Pay Ttxif. ill nirnish Al -tra Uof Tit1#. Rat Lanrln for OFFI^V: U'/OURT noi'SE, LITTLE FAM.S. MINN l.KOV IieilDE, Clerk ff tho District Court. Savenili Jn'lifiial District. MORI!I«N~COVN"TT, MTSN, IK* K»«ri«-». '-1 H.n filing Fira' Prooi nd n'.'itfr !--utlOftitro bud).eta will Ik ^ronipflv atlt'Oflc'l t«. LITTLE FALLS. MINN. S. PrFFLLElC Justice of the Peace. OflW on vei...

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 March 1885

little Falls Transcript. W. M. FOLLEB, Publisher. LITTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. General Grant still lives, though his death may be looked for at almost any moment. He faces his inevitable fate with splendid courage and submission. Telegrams from nearly all the larger cities annourae an improved feeling as to the outlook for general trade. At most points, with the arrival of better weather, there lias been an increased number of sales in dry goods and other btaples, although interior purchasers do not appear to La taking goods in excess of immediate wants in any instance. Ileavy shipments of oats have recent­ ly been made to Liverpool from New York and Boston, and a large quantity in now in transit from Chicago. The British markets have obtained their supplies of foreign oats in the past from Baltic ports, but the chanoo of war will'i Russia has caused England to look to the United Stat! sand Canada for any prospective deficiency that may be ere Utod. The Nov/ York Tribune estimates the w...

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 March 1885

MNOB ItESTIO:*. Wiikie Coixins bos just celcbrafcd his 61st birthday anniversary. There are ninety different styled of collars in use by gentlemen, lii this country, supreme court person The South Carolina has decided that no insolvent can give any preference.. It is said that Mr. John C. Eno in-* tends to build large hotel on the island of Orleans, a few miles frorv Quebec. It is rumored that Gov. Pattison, of Pennsylvania, will enter the Methodist' Episcopal ministry at the close of his term of office. An ex-pitcher of the Mutual Club of Jackson, Mich., away back in the fifties, is now a judge of the supreme court iu that state. 'Senator J. N. Dolph, of Oregon, has a residence in Portland which cost him $730,000. He is a large holder of Northern PaciiJc borvls. Mrs. Hakkikt~Smith, of Tucker town, Fla., has proved that women have a soul above the fashions, ^he is making money by running a large sawmill. LrvKitPooi. has been presented with a marble bust of Mr. Gladstone, "be­ cause,...

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 March 1885

Dry Goods, '•U-jLilL gi.LL'l AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots& Shoes Keady-made Clothing' E. V. COLLINS, DEALER Iff Agricultural Machinery. A SPECIALTY MADE OF THE CHAMPION MACHINES. Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Aleo dealers is FOUNTAIN CITY AND BADGER STATE SEEDERS. Hotels*. THE MERCHANTS HOTEL Still Continues to Furnish 1«H The Best Accommodations in Town well arranged, and has a good sample room. PRICES REASONABLE. tgU.A Good Stftblrt nd a Good Hostler, JOHN CLINT, Proprietor. LITTLE FALLS. MINN. •, HW RETZLAFF &OTREMBA DEALERS IN D. M. Osborne's Light Harvesters and Binders, Reapers and Mowers, Fountain City and Owatonna Seeders, COMPL LIE STOCK tttlBI WCHHEftY Also Agents for DOMESTIC and SINGER SEWING MACHINES All machines sold by us Warraaed. OffrtoHardware o?3. 7 J. W. BERQ. —DEALER IK— HEAVY & SHELF HARDWABD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools THE IMPROVED HOWES£C-AJC/4SS IRON, STEEL and COAL, fin, Uopp&r|*. Hire fctuie reorder. ftepafciafc pion...

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 March 1885

Bojultofl Bipftiq^ Royal too, iftion., Marches,3£S. Who Is firetinttfmiftencetKe sidewalk "bcwmf FHiokCiughey moved bis family here Monday. Lfait. Oir«. Oilman was in town on ISuodsy. Mr. Larasna and family of Wilson, WI*., bare locate here. The flouring mil! received another car lot of barrel stack this we*k. A. W. Siebbina haa been Adding more Improvements to his residence. It is rumored that the livery ptaUle is about to change its management. The boom baa already started three Be* families came to town last week. Mrs. Pelton bsd the misfortune to fall •on the stove and butu tier hand very severely. Gris*et & ffltzrtm-/ are building an addition ol SO fret to their hardware ertablishment We at lahave a barber »h»p and ouly A. H. Morriwm, trawling of ,he town onTtteway theckin^ up he abut on agent, antes ..Yowftg *of Two Hirers lifts shaken from. bis feet tlie du*t of bis recent dinsNtisfacttoii ntord g*«n? sou lb to lo«-k for a -Job. A team ran away oa Green Mreet last "Tuesda...

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 March 1885

OONCEEMNO THJ2 BALLOT. "A voting woman I Ab!" A Ba'd he. "That's something I would hate io tee I woman shy and sweet should be, And rule at home all modestlee," As softly stroked bis ample knee, "But women ought to votel" said she. "The women, they are moved," said he, "By Impulse, as you must agree, Thev mi* lit be won by sophintree, "With arguments and subt etee." fie poked with anxious kes bis kuee, "But women ought to vote!" said she. "To wield the ballot calls" said he, "For slrength and for integrltee, And power to solve with certaintee, The problems of the centuree!" He spread his hands upon his knee, "But women ought to vote!" said she. This rnnn, a candidate was he, A city officer to be, Just then the door-bell jingled free,— A sable son of Afrikee. Had called, the candidate to see, "What docs you pay lor votes?" asked he. The candidate uneasilee With nervous hand caressed his knee, "Call 'round election day," paid he, "With Pa'.Boy Mack aud John Magee," Tbf.-n held the doo...

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 March 1885

THE FAMOUS TOWKfi OF LONDON. The Historic Pile which was Shocked on Safcnr daj—BeminhHBeneoi nf Fast Agei. Within the Tower of London, that famous pile around whose history clust­ ers so iuach that is of historic interest, occurred another of yesterday's. ter­ rific explosions which slartled the great metropolis. The Tower is the most celebrated fortress in Great Brit­ ain, and stands just without the an­ cient city walls on the Middlesex bank of the Thames ami between the Cus tom-Houae and St. Katherine's Docks, about two and a quarter miles from the palace at which the other explo­ sion occurred. The scene of the ex­ plosion in this structure was in that portion known as the "White Tower" and shown in the World's diagram to­ day. The Tower of London suppos­ ed to have been commenced by Julius fCfiesar, although some writers are of 'the opinion that the venerable pile was first beffun by William the Conqueror in 1078. No less an authority, how­ ever, than .Shakespeare declares it t...

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. — 27 March 1885

"Trom the XMiluth Kewe. Duluth has over fliWKHOOO buahela «»f wheat in store, tobe moni exact 5,912,000 in the elevators ami 101.000 nflrtut in Ike ha or is a a in 188-#, 1.201,'950 rn ami 760,900 in 188*2. Quite sir. ine teas'', itnd one lhat is iiiiUle tocontinue.. 1 a 1 ii \M) Zxn, luu,iJOU ~xj^, roU,'.KJU twv. or liL'urei are simply for U|* morejimport ant it«mj. The delivery cf tli'j luuiker is to begin on M.ty'lsi* anl bo completed in June. Although land: oljice. sile the golb diMricl are rather, scarce this 'vrek, there are a good HWiyl. outsd- —. ii to ad tlela be in-' made auu intending purchas- ^reuMfAW Xjrfoiid**, Morrison county, Mif»be «rs are asking -U «orts of questions.' sota. -p. n. FREEMAN, Wheftpi'i«peeling.in ihateoiiHty Ik'Coiiicsc p#wible there will be if big ruiji In fltut LAND,OFFICE NOTICE. direction. .• Land t)JBec.atiSt:Cloud. Minn'.. The elevator comp:» ie« b'.ve uWule The' weevil \vill never uH'ei't:\vlu?al Hored in'this HimatcV lie wants wannei \vt itih...

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. — 10 April 1885

1, lll^l voi,% fee PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LegM. J5. FAKJfMAM, Attorney at Xaw, KITTLE pALLS, MINN. A. Ll*DB£**m. I- W. BitLS. LINDBERGH BILLS, ATTORNEYSJAT LAW. OSkein &r. Siroroontf former office. Kittle MM -5 MINN. 4.*. 8TOHB7.. D. T.'OAlJtOCW. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAV. Office an the Court H#»»se. LtTTW* FAILS, MINN. "lOlICHARDSONr Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for tfc'J American Agency & Collection Co. B«ft and Bella real estate, an'd loans money T^nin. A)*o TOA* a. LARGE AXICC™ of CD^ICC 'iand'Aind town lets for sAle. LITTLK^ALLS, Mltffc. E.&. SlrflTH, A ttorney at Law. ~Crftice flnt dodr vvewt of the Papralar rink.— LITTLE FALLS, MINN. OIHoiul. LYMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOIMIEOS coirs TY, MIKN. .Will furriiflh AbBtractsof Title. -fay Taxes. Baa Lana* for Sato. OFFICE AT.COL'RT HOUSE. •1ITTLE FA'tLS, MINN LHWI 1L010E, Clerk of the District'Conrt. flavantb Judicial District. MOttliTSOX COCNTT, MTSN, of lIoweMeafls. fllin*: Fmat f\rf:0V jr'd a...

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