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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 May 1885

1 v£k fc Old Philadelphia Way#. (History of Philadelphia.] One hundred and fifty years ago the young gallants were wont to go walk­ ing round on moonlit nights, stopping now and then to chat with the fair ones fitting on the porches (liirting would be the nitmo nowaday.-}), and, as they could not do this on '.nil nights, they went by the name oi hsnari -lis. This porch lumiiwuicnt war, t. course, enjoyable only in the sumnuT. In winter the com­ pany was received, in the sitting-room, Mhich luiyht us well be styled the living room, for the many purposes it served. '1 hay dined in it, and sometimes slept in it. The high -bucked settee which graced one of ftd corners revealed a bed when the top was turned down—a somewhat rough invent ion, from which our wooden tior'ii bedstead has descended. The furniture and general arrange­ ment of the room were generally of the ampler kind settees with stiff, high •bucks, una or two large tables of pine or jq:ipie. a high, deep chest of drawers, con...

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. — 15 May 1885

$• VOI 9- PROFESSION A I, CARDS*. Legal. JETHrFAKNIf AM, Attorney at Law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. C. A. LINDBEHGH. I.. \V. HILLS, LINDBERGH & BILLS, ATTOBNEIS AT LAW. OD&CO in Dr. Simmons'-former office. LITTLE FALS, MINN. A. STOKEY. D. T. CAI-IIO™. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT I, AW Office at the Cvuri House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for THE American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and cells real efltate, AND loans money on same. Also has a LARGE amount of choice LAND AND town lota for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH, Attorney at lav. -OSict first door west of tho R&pular rink.— LITTLE FALLS, MINN. Olfloial. 1YMAS SIGNOIl. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRISON COUNTS MIMN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. -Pay Taxes. Has Lands for SNLU. OFFICE AT'COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN IM llftUVE, Clerk of the District Court,* Seventh Judicial District. ./"• MORRISON COITNTT, MINX, i»-irEntri«I.:of HonieMearis, FILING ND UDV OTHER ...

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. — 15 May 1885

•m *#8*t\ mm Little Falls Transcript. Wr Mil lfU iLRIL Publishoi MINNESOTA. Miss HASTINGS, SUNT of an English M. P., recently fMlebrated her lOSH birthday... M&C DAVID SHROMPW has added $20,000 to his farmer gift of $25,000 to the CiuchmutiArt museum. WITH no Horr, no Cox, no Ochiltree, no Belford,and no John D. White, the coming house of representatives is in danger of being quite staid and sol­ emn. HON. Jomr C, PARK, now police judge in Ne#ton, Mass., is the oldest living graduate of the Boston Latin school (1820) excepting Robert Treat Paine (1816). Hon. Robert C. Win* throp graduated in 1824. EX-SPKAKEII CARLISLE and his wife, who are with their married daughter at Covington, Ky., expect to go to New Orleans the tirstof April. Senator and Mrs. Beck will also go to New Orleans as soon as the senate adjourns. LAWRENCE BARRETT has just con tribnted to the monument fund of the 28th Massachusetts regiment of volun­ teer, who served in the civil war. Mr. •Barifett was captain of ...

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. — 15 May 1885

7s*' A Scientist1* inrentioa tor Jtottartlag 41«m inium ft** Ctajr. Important fspti bearing on the ex-' traction of alumlniuin from kaolin (clay) oh a comwejMjiAi, .been developed ittt leVeIand, 0.,'with-" in the past few weeks. Aluminium has long teen known ail the metallic basis of day bat i§ fts nature is so etheroAl that heretofore its elimination has Wen. attended with great difficulty and much expense. .Within the past few years, however.French and Eng­ lish inventors havebbtained results more ot loss important, so that the present importing price of alu minium in this country, duty free, is $14.25 a pound. In England a man named Webster has established very large works for the manufacture of articles front -he new metal, but the cost of production has as yet limited its use merely to tableware and small utensils for household use. The problem now is to devise a method of extraction which *shall reduce the cost to from $2 to $3 per pound, at which figure it can be used tor a g...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 May 1885

ill J» 'W Lrrrts RIAL ESTATE Roth well, Taylor & Marriott FALLS,MOREISOIT OO., MISTK. We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for |3 to $8 Teras «ri%yueaeto IMP —iMds hi Bex TON aa* Pino Lands fon w' j*' and sold on fcommisfuon Title to Morrisdii'wunty lands "fiiTnishect at regular rafce&^A Call '6n us before pur- Ojffkv ok Fint Strict, First fovr north of Wm. Hutler* Store, 1 ATA.TANNEE'S CHEAP CASH STORE •i Goods, Boots& Shoes E. V. COLLDIS, DEALER IN Agricultural Machinery. A SPECIALTY MADE OF THE CHAMPION MACHINES. Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also dealers ia A FULL LWE OF SCHOOL FURNITURE. HOLUISWOKTK FAVOBITE, AID Tiger Horse Hay Rakes, Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Wagons, Bugies, Etc. Agent for the American Sewing Machine and the Home Insurauce Co., of New York. RETZLAFF & OTREMBA DEALERS IN D. M. Osborne's Light Harvesters and Binders, Reapers and Mowers, Rock Island plows, Brush breaking plows and Cultivators and sulky cultivators, 06 Thoma...

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. — 15 May 1885

toNowtaf iiatoi recorded jfliffffi'1 deeds'offi*iu Ifoirl^-^iHy, Minn'e SOU,- durinf the pint wes k: C. A. Anderson Md wife to Zacbarlah Aftderfori (irii* ^eeVlot 6 Wk&Arnold's add to Little Falls,'-*Un..,..,.* 8. H. Greenup and wife to H. Daltoo, lot 12 blk 6, iv V- Joseph Boisjoli, vt% of se}4 sec. 5, town 7#0G Mot- ley, Minn 800 00 A. H. HedderJy ijtml wife to Qadiis C. Parwr, blk 2 and t. in 1 2 8 4 AmcOd'V «dd fitt:* a A. U. Hodderty"and wjjffc X. 3. Alto».$M» LM.A5,t»*,} fl, 7(#,l ao«U«, Wk 1, At noi&eSd a|d t^Littie Faltevi. CV: I O Love! !.- Allen to j. B. Set* trea^e, .«aihe,........... 100Q 00 Churla* JB.'HarfcroYaiJd wife 10 Willbun £.V of If you want a good suit of clothe* for leas than they are worth, go to A. Tanner's'as he is cltaing out his stock of clothing cheap to make room, for Bpring stock. Kf J- 8. Priest has just received a large stock of the finest liquors eyer atftd in Little INUB. Champio^ M^a^r and Thomas Hay Rake to wH clwii or trade for stock. 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. — 15 May 1885

I ••J Heaven'* «*ure m* fyelidsot l\m diorn: Jtbilk shewfnds tb* baatofthorti, illielouely shepherd worn tow u£tap itbedizij .edge where torrent* leap, *ng» the bloom upon tiie bristling toi.' She *it* for hours tnaolitiidefprtora, With downcast ey%», where liaplees lovers Wbea.jftprtng cornea ap the vale lri: Winter's 'tew 8he plnclct the blossom from the bad's em *$ruce Sbe^oinds the go'dan girdle round the bee, And: lends the lily'a Jaster to the pea £h« craeetbe wallow's wln& and guides its flgbt, And tipp the dewy meads with twlnkling.llght She r'des, she revela on tbe^aahtn? «t01 She suns her piuions on tlliei€n|bfn|s Sbe laves iu mountain po61» bersnow^lioib, As sweetly chaste as Dian, an In summer fl(#ia she ^ares her blush!®!? irmii Ami Hings amoug ttie reapers. B/ the dim Light autami.a' moons, her tresses swim On gates Lethean, with assuafiiye^h^rm. Into the chamber of the allchemiat She peers —or, through some half-closed latt ce, fees Her l.-.ver by the wanton night...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 May 1885

•ft ,fe: v4" 1 IT I "llie a: [writer in.tlu* mfluepcad.by Hon of thi: wind. 1 says a are ddirec- Sf seldom fly dead to wipAward, but generally with­ in three dolour points of the wind. A Jpc strong wftMl checks their progress, They cross the Sea at all hours of the day and aight. flying on fine starlight nights at a great height, so that num­ bers must pass over unobserved, or only detected by those weird sounds, the noise of wings and cries desoribed by Tennyson in the 'Passing of Ar thur": And fainter onward, like wild birds that change Their season the night, and wail their tray From cloud to cloud. 1 The direction taken by the flocks of passing birds in spring is from east to west along the entire cast coast of England and Gotland, with a notice able inclination from the southeast and south. In 1879 the main body of the migrants crossed over at the south erntuost stations, where the North Sea is narrowest in 1880 they arrived npon the midland' and southeastern I portions of the ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 May 1885

mwmW Pioneer Press: Entirely aside from consideration*tif war or peace, the jitdi «atioii» aretbatthis will be comforta* ble year for the man who harvests a liberal wheat crop or *.ood quality. The ,„ SARSAPARILLA 'URTVWWA fit this season are Ilnle belter enhings, that J«IIRIT*nib, late otthetoytvof t'req leniiy pnrpo/tt" irf ilu-y vvhk\ (he public vis to make lh«ut not.-hly uoliustwurthy. ,5iut a lew tiling- uir 'H:i!ii these it? that there has been vast and now irmlteimtl.levinjtiry done to the winter tvheat crop. Reports fr one wii.ter iplH'Kt producing state after anoHitr tell IW same story of winter wheat kii!f\., of large ure is turned under ibis spring lind of cert-Jin I tilling oft', even at tlm iporiy date, of from 25 to 75 per cent in till! yield. AM the'other' dangers of the crop, (bought, m.^t. storm, hud growing Weather ami bad "harvest \venihe, Jut Mill before the wheat plant. Bu1. without untirg these »t »1\ terrible injury has tH'Cii donw by the cl an cable ft v. rit...

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. — 22 May 1885

1 A ti& FAttKHiM. ^fcXaw. MINN. '.'i^«ili^M(liii in"'1' ".'•» '•••v L. W..»6.ta». A HTL L^ AWMteirejAT raw. fitannoaa' Itomer office. ,y »li«i •limit'' 'n#i»ii "y U: J. town leto for sale. tmtE'^ALH'^rNN. £.8. SMITH. Attorney at Law. -Office fiwt door weet of (he Papular rink ximJs FALL1, MINN. LYMAN SXGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, -M0KRJ8ON COUNTY, MINK. Wttl furniah Abstracts of Title. '1'ay TASreft Baa land* for Bala. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, tBEAL ESTATE%,INSUtlANClC. 0®c« at Tattle & Chutthill's LITTLB J*ALLS, MINN. 1. J. WRIGHT REAL ESTATE AGENT. Collections Promptly Attended to. Offite o«Kt door to Lton Fioude's, OH First shm L1TTT.E FALLS, MINN. M«dlottl. PAUL WEST,Sf. D., ."Pliy»ioian & frkirgeon Office ahd rtsldence at the fcbckman house, ntfir school honse. I.ItTtE FALLS MlisN. A, J. MeMAllSIS, M. B.. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, WouldannottBte that he lias resumed the practice of medicine in its Various branches. LITTLE FALLS, MtJT#. gSTOflBea over Ttrttle &...

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. — 22 May 1885

0 Hi ill Falls 'Transcript. W. M. FULLEB, Publisher. LITTLE PALLS MINNESOTA. Southern newspapers are nigarousl Jiging the pean for reopening next fall the big fair at new Orleans. In thii view there is a ponerable argument oi opinion among exhibitors and com­ missioners. The deterioration of canned, goods has been so marked in some markets that the New York Legislature has passed a bill which will not only pre­ vent manipulation of the trade by job bers but creates an infallible index tc the quality of canned goods. By its terms all canned goods must bear upon the label "the name, address and place of business of the person or firm whc pock them," together with a mark or term clearly indicating their grade. The total tonnage of the mercantile marine of the Great Britain last yeai amounted to 7,363,707. If we include the tonnage of British possessions, the total is swollen to 9,314,496 tons— an amount which is far beyond the tonnage of all the other maritime countries oi Europe, und ...

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. — 22 May 1885

Sift' Ow Oilier Country, Not many years ago, says The .^.Chicago Twite, men who had achieved considerable success in central New York iifckeeping cows and in making butter and cheeso were invited to at? tend the meetings of dairymen's as­ sociations in the west, for the purpose of imparting information. No doubt they accomplished considerable good in the matter of affording instruction in the establishment of butter and cheese factories and in the sale of dairy products. In one respect their speaking had a bad effect. Their 'es­ timate of the. capabilities of tbe west to produce milk, butter, and cheese that would compare in excellence with those produced in "York state", was exceedingly discouraging. Some of them thought that only inferior articles would ever be produced on prairie farms. They declared tnat it'required a somewhat hilly countx*y to furnish She grasses that produce the best milk, and they stated that spring water was essential to successful dairying. A few took a rat...

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. — 22 May 1885

wt S t- ,• 'MM-*#®'ivffiw'-Cp llllliiaB® Dry Goods, Bothwell, Taylor & Marriott LITTLE FALLS, MORRISON CO., MINK. We have lor sale ld,000-aeires of land in Morrison county for $3 to $8 per acre. Xermi) «f JP»ymo«it to Sutlt Parcbasop*. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. —lands in BBS TON and MILLE LACS Cewitles Rvr Sale.— Pine Lands for sale. Lands bought and sold on commission. Abstracts ,of Title to' Morrison county lands furnished at regular rates. Call 011 us before pur­ s'. -chasing. Office on First Strtet, First door 710/th of lf w. ATA. TANKER'S DEALER IN Agricultural Machinery, A SPECIALTY MADE OF THE CHAMPION MACHINES. Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also dealers ia A FULL IAME OF SCHOOL FURNITURE. HOLUHSWORTH FAVORITE, AND Tiger Horse Hay Rakes, Harrows, Plows, Cqltivators, Wagons, Bugies, Etc. Agent for the American Sewing Machine and the Home Insurance Co., of New York. RETZLAFF &OTREMBA DEALERS IN D. M. Osborne's Light Harvesters .and Binders, Reapers and Mowers, Rock Islan...

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. — 22 May 1885

ffoyaltenRipplinjrs. ROYAT-TCW."%TO. 1PP15. Onr boys nrr- leeTlngr their oat*. Ttjp Oiiwrsnre mine for rain. •Torh "Wffodfill hus returned from the •drive. Work on tlx* Grand Pacific 1ms rrrnrp, merged. The W^Vpfieldp hnvc moved ln1o their r»?w mansion. Our arrivals Ibis week are too numer-! ows to mention. It covt thp Vnpilijpatnr* $3.7.1 to sot 'cm lip In the hoys. The church over the river Attracts the hoy* en Sunday nftcrnrons. .Tudro Nerris was in town this week attending to real vstaje interest*. 8. Jackson i« improving the "NTorth End with a fine hon«p and hsrn. G. W. "FOVOP is lavinr thf foundation for his addition to the Platte hotn«». Oor hoys are not to he lans-hed at— they will ''mash" anything—ever rat. Considerable interest was manifested by our citizens in the athletic sports at tli« rink last week. 'Theobject the wind blew in»o town fan be fonnd at the Royal tori house—it 1« chief triable bo««. •'Pifctanc® lends encliantnSent to the Rituation," a* t^e cnno^e said whe...

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. — 22 May 1885

I —H|l fuatlotN. The royalty yielded to the so-called invent­ or of barbes on wire fenoes is said to be #10, 000 a month. *&• Tho Mexican Government coniractednot long •go for the planting of 3,000,00(jl forest trees, in lots ranging from 50,000 to 100,000 each. Axfeording to The Prairie Fanner robbing a home'mane and tail with keroeene "will kill the lice that cause the itching" The wool .dip of C. W. Cannon of Helena tUtia Zi ear amounted to 80,0d0 pounds. It was sold Boston, and brought cents a pound. ,v It is said that in some parts of Kansas a pound of good butter will bring as much as 160 pounds of corn. Tho hens of Kansas, hardly ever thought of in agricultural returns, yielded in 1879 six times as much as the orchards, eight-times as much the market gardens, and fifteen times as much as the potato fields of that great state. Certain Wisconsin farmers in reoentmeettng dared to resolve that the land granted Restate by the genei-al government for the establish mentand maint...

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. — 22 May 1885

\4& 'Mi am#4 Ma vmdwm YattoVUfht ufc Stofentft, OTTAWA^ Oni, :JIAY l& —In tb$ boose thia: kfternrtii Bon. M. Coron re*d th# following Offlciai|liep«ioh from Gen. Hidleton: Bstojfcd Xiy 11, vi» Clarke Crossing, May l!Ji *--To Hon. A. P.Caron, Ottawa: Have fuel nijide.» general attack and otrried the whole letttemeai The men behared splendid rebels are in fall flight Sorry' I have not got BieL While. 1 loitering this morning, Wil shlcy, one of the prisoners, gal-. -with a flag of truce and handed me a letter trom Kiel. saying: "If you massacre onr fitaiilies shall massacre the prisoners." 1 sent message that if he would vxA hid won ICi en an0 children in one place and let me &>ow where ft was, no shots should be fired on thom. I then returned to camp and pnehed on my ad­ vance parties, who were heavily fired on. I pressed on until I saw my chance and ordered a general advance, xho men responded nobly. Splendidly led by their officers aiid CoL Stranbenzie. they drove the...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 May 1885

A ,, I S i^ufi Tiast Oarjffftfe&p P&itAge. jyubiogloB Spectt): If has been -fo^pMchee e^ot froai Waebmgtoo «»it aithe next Mtwionr of congress 'HMer-. ^rained effort will be made to refhrct'itiHer yoat»ge to one cent thnm^loui I he United States. It. Is iui|mbi»bie thnt whatever effuil may b« shade, the rate will b« .d'crvHMrd at the next session. The fact over hulked that alter the 1st tfj(|lynest the *ate of jxwtage in the United States* will be lower than .any ptfc-er*»uotry in the world.. After that time the-witc ^rjll be two cenTs lor eaeb ounce Mr fraction instead of half an ottnee as at present. The rate in $}f!£laiid is one penny for each ounce, •aaci a» iiUe peany is equivalent ot' two tenta jt ipigbt be said that the rates there are us low u* in this country, but tare a better can bcatjut across the continent, distance of three thousand mi tea*, for the one rate, whereas the territory UiWhi'-h he thU's ber prevail In Great Brtfs»|» id J»ro- ited- in comparison. It ...

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. — 29 May 1885

I II I ii —j-i 't I if? ji 'Tv la? PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Legal. ITH. FARN MAM, Attorney at'Law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. A. J.TNPBEIKW. L. W. JJlLlS. LINDBERGH & BILLS, ATTORNEYSJAT LAW. OIReo in Dr. Simmons" former office. LITTLE 7ALS, MINX. A. STOREY. D. T. CALHOUN. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RiCHARDSONr Attorney and Counsellsr at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells real estate, and loans money mi name. Also has a large amount of choice laud and town lots for pale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E.S. SMITH, Attorney at Lav. Office first door west of the Popular rink.— LITTLE FALL3, MINN. Oflioia LYMAN SIGNOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, HOP.RIPOM COUNTY, MJXN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. Has Lund a for Sale. OFFICE AT^COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS. MINN LEOS Hftl'DE, Clerk of the District Court. S/ronth Judicial District. MORBISON COUNT?, MINN, *jrEntrles of JJomestentm, filing Final ^ot i5Tny o...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 29 May 1885

si&r Little Falls Transcript. W. -Hi FCLLEB, Publisher. LITTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA, DB. &AMUEL OABOT, of Boston, recently deceased, was many years ago the companion of Stephens, in his explorations of central Africa. MR. LOWELLS future plans are not •known. Mrs. Ole Bull and family, who have been occupying his home at Cambridge, expect to retain possession for another year. ON the authority of an English pa­ per it is stated that Mr. Parnell will shortly lead to the altar a young and wealthy American lady, an intimate friend of the Irish leader's mother. MB. EUGENE SCHUYLEB was unan­ imously elected by the Roumanian academy at its last general meeting at at Burcharest as one of its corre­ sponding members in the historical •ection. AT Castle Howard#- Lord Carlisle's seat in Yorkshire, there is a guest house in the park where a month's rest, with good living is provided each month /or four hard-working women from large towns.' CHARLES O'CONOR IS said to have enunciated the princ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 29 May 1885

W fttB POOB INDIAN, 8tori«s That Blve Instfiit into the Char aeter of the Red Has. The Indian is processing. He is last becoming oivAized. An Indian shot and killed his sqaaw lats week, and then blew his town brains out. He did it vrithin two miles of Fort Assian boine. The Indian was known as Bull. It to remarkable, writes a Miles City, Montana, correspondent of The New York Sun, what a fascination the name of Bull has for Indians. They nee it with every qualification—Sitting, Standing, and Running. The Indian Bulls arc proportionately as numerous as the white Smiths. This particular Bull, who does not seem to have been provided With the usual descriptive adjective, but to have been plain Bull, was on his way to the fort, accompan­ ied by his squaw. When near the fort he drove her into the brush and shot her dead. It is believed that the squaw had some money which she declined to turn over to the brave hence the sud­ den and bloody act. After the murder Bull went toward the fort. A...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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