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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 29 May 1885

LIETTLE Dry Goods, REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Both well, Taylor & Marriott FALLS, MOREISOX CO., MINN. "We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for $3 to $8 per acre. Terns ef Payment to Suit Pnrehiseri. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. -&•»)« in BEKTON and MILLF, LACS Counties for 8*le Pine Lands for sale. Lands bought •and sold on commission. Abstracts ot Title to Morrison county lands furnished at regular rates. Call on us before pur­ chasing. Office on First Strtet First door north of Wnt. Butlers Store, ATA. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes A SPECIALTY MADE OF THE CHAMPION MACHINES. Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also dealers in A FULL LIKE OF SCHOOL FURNITURE. HOLLDISWOHTH FAVORITE, AND Tiger Horse Hay Rakes, Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Wagons, Bugies, Etc. Agent) for the American Sewing Machine and the Home Insuraucq Co., of New York. RETZLAFF &OTREMBA DEALERS IN D.M. Osborne's Light Harvesters and Binders, Reapers and Mowers, Rock Island plows, Brush ...

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. — 29 May 1885

,r n)! rnmmmim, KojAltoO Rl^iil^S. R»TALfoN, ii*f 91 it8$S. Wheat, 7S cents it rntrtf ®ttr pwleatriahdlt^F atajs wltfc as. their work on tbe rear of this wive. We would solicit the parlor t» kea^ things in order lttr their owa benvflt. O. Stevenson, president of tM Ft. Ripley Lumber Company, of Royalton, i- ia in town. Tbe boy a are striving to orgtaixe an athletic clnb V# garaes on the fourth of July, and oar eitizen* sliduld cooperate with them and try to make it Mtcce&f. A. meeting of the citizens will he held at the schoolhouse on Wednesday night, June 3, to promote a fourth of July cele­ bration, which we hope will meet with ptarty approval. Geo. W. Boycs lias commenced the •erection of an addition to tbe Platte house which will be a great improye meat to its appearance, and also the hall which he contemplates having ia addi­ tion will afford aplaccfer atly entertain­ ments which caay come to town. PrCKWICK. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. FoRov?ing is 4 list of the real estate tran...

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. — 29 May 1885

r- ^v/r V- 4V -s !:fe: THE RKSCUE OF GREELY. Bchlay's Account of the Pa­ thetic Incident. The strange fascination which at* tachea to stories of exploration, danger and suffering in the bleak and dasolate acrtic region will cause a book to be pub­ lished in a few days by Charles Scrib ner's Sons to be read with eagerness. This is "The Rescue of Greely," by Comma*dor W. S. Schley, who had charge of the successful relief expe­ dition of 1884, and by Professor .7. R. Solev, also of the United States Navy, who has access to the official documents bearing on the case. The afcory is an old one, but as au­ thoritatively and pathetically told by Commander Schloy, it is worth retell­ ing. And so, passing over the discov­ ery of roely's records, which are given entire, on Brevoort Island, wo make a condensation of the narrative, taking it up at the point where the cutter of the rescuing party approached the spot where the provisions of thewrecked Pro­ teus had been left: At last the boat arri...

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. — 29 May 1885

1 "fN'5^''' WlTffiSSED AflMlfST. A bravo baritond Toice WM heard among the roses wad syrangaa at the lilies and the tall, handsome giij, pall­ ing pearly clusters of the Baltimore Belle from its vine, could not but lis­ ten 'Tin well to be gallant and gay, 'Tia well to be tender and trne, But, you'd better be off with the old lova Before yon are on with the new." Leslie Darrell curled her red lips •with a heightened color, but did not torn her beautiful head one inch, al­ though she knew John Maddern was waiting for a glance and she carried from the •vine as many roses as her slen­ der fingers could close around, yet never once turned her face toward the Spot under the locust tree, where the young man leaned and watched her. Was it mere caprice? John Mad dern knew that his sweetheart was a tittle capricious but beauties were always spoiled, he argued, with a tender •mile. To-day there was a lurking uneasi­ ness in his heart. Leslie's rich old uncle and his adopted son had come from ...

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. — 29 May 1885

& if I 5 '. 1 Fran the Dulutti Neffs. Oiie hundred andtwsmty 'wloon licens­ es hn,ve beea, or soon will be, issued "Competition is the life of trade," and 1 here will not be much inon«y for some of tbe^e snloon keeper ibis summer. The N«•'.'s bai ifasoj UV believe 1bat the Dtfluth & Winoit^j.' road is not dead. A propo*itiu» I ins bvt prepared and "vviii soon te submitted to the voters Sr. Louis county. This proposition is about as Julio a §200,000 iu bonds are wanted by the company, to be given jhem when the roud is completed and runniug in consideration of these bonds the company wiil put up shops here worth $°«00.u00, and will make this city ttie Eastern tenainus. Senator Jaa. Hill of Wisconsin will be here in a short tiiae with this proposition. Wages in Duliith are low ibis season, but are nut as low as has been slated. Day laborers are getting from §1.25 to .$1.50 ft day, and ihe prospects «e that they will be raised before long, 'l'lie eh vulors are cot employing as m...

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. — 5 June 1885

PROFBSSrom CARDS. Leaal. KTM. FiBKllAir Attorney at law. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. C. A. LIMDBBROH. II. W. Mfcc* Bitis. LOTDBEFGH & BILLS, ATTOKNEYS.AT I,AW. Office in Dr. Simmons' former office. LITTLE FAL8, MINN. A. FFOHKV. D. T. CALHOUN. STOREY CAMHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT IAW. Office at the Cotwt Home. I.1TTLB FALLS, MIK^. N. RIOHAWDS©*^ ttwmsy and Counselled' at Law. Agont for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buy» and sella reel estate, and loans uioney un Mine. AW) it as a large aiuoHnt of cheice land and town lots for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. £. S. SMTH. Attorney at law. —Office first door west of the Papular rltik. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. Oftlo a I.TMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOUKISOX COTSTY, MINN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. ray Taxes. B«« Lends for 8ftl«. OFPICE AT COURT HOUSK, LITTLE FALLS, MINN- LEO* HOTDE, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judioi».l District. MORRISON COUNTY, MINN, JKf-KBlm* of Home»umts, filing Final 'ndany«t1ier Looal Land Office business will...

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. — 5 June 1885

Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. There is a report that the Mormons of Utah are trying to sell all their prop­ erty in that Territory with the inten­ tion of emigrating to Mexico. The report of cholera cases at Quebec, caused the Dominion government to is­ sue an order to enforce the strictest quarantine regulations, so as to prevent its spreading. Prof. Eilej says the seventeen year locusts, whose visit he has predicted, are harmless to the growing crops. Wherever young orchards have been planted on land which has been cultivat­ ed during the last seventeen years, the trees are liable to suffer somewhat, but it is probable that kerosene spray upon the trees will protect them. It is said that the rural population of some parts of Illinois is at a standstill, and is. some counties has retrograded since 1870. Farmers' children abandon their homes for tlio cities of the far "West. Yet the price of land Iras men, and the big stock raisers contin...

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. — 5 June 1885

Er-lL' I SI AFTERWARD. I found my love enslaved and sold To Berve in fetters bard and cold. Rare-beautiful sbe was to me, For I alone bad eyes to see Into her pure heart's privacy. Oh, love, I cried, these chains so cold Were never forced apart to hold Twin hearts that leap to sweet embrace. Avowal in thine eyes I trace, Tby heart makes answer in thy face. Strong am I, love, thy chains to break One word, and to my heart I take, For wfal or woe, for death or life, Thy woman-wealth, and name thee wife. "Alan!" she cried, "I am named wife." What's in a name? The birds that mate For seasons only, rightly rate Tbe part of love they love and live, Each giving all that each can give She sighed: "Thou hast all lean give 1" Thou hast my heart I cannot keep The gift which from myself doth leap. Thou hast my love, t'ou hast my prayer That Heaven'will keep thee in its care. But I urn widded with Despair. Nay, shame not manhood with the thought Of "passing joy with virtue bought— Law writhing tr...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 June 1885

b' -i I 1 1 •:&} V^v.^ 'Sy\ t»iw fciftVi y-F-J.rf Ife ....- TVI,.*—«..-J!.*' 'j '. .* ••." ,fr r" -%P'i -,'f L' -.:. '.'• JO REAL MATE AGENCY. Bothwell, Taylor & Marriott LITTLE FALLS, MOK.KISO.ST CO., XUNX. We have for sale 10,000 Morrison county for S3 to $8 per acre. Torino of Paymen( to Suit Pnrduis^J's- IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. —Lands in BEATON and MILLS: LACS Cotmi-ies for Sale.— Phie Lands for sale. Lands bought and sold on commission. Abstracts of Title to Morrison county lands furnished at regular rates. Call on us before pur­ chasing. O'ihe on -First Strict, First door north of Wni-. Butlers Sior ATA. TANNER'S OH EAR CASH STORE Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes E. DEALER IN Agricultural Machinery. A SPECIALTY MADE OF THE CHAMPION MACHINES. Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also dealers in A FULL LIKE OF SCHOOL FURNITURE. EOLLIHSWORTH FAVORITE, AND Tiger Horse Hay Rakes, Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Wagons, Bugies, Etc. Agent for tlie American Sewing Machine and the Home Ins...

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. — 5 June 1885

-mi' 7 I RiyAi.'fdsr, 3,1895. T*« «nw will is running on quarter tia.e. 5 The bovs Fourth ...• laaac Lamherthaa moved into birnew dwelling. The posters are out for the Fourth don't fail to read tb«h. J.H. Rupsel) is shipping hardwCod lumber toMinneapolia. Farmers report crops looking well, but badly in need of wore 'Tain. E. A. Gaakill will move to Rochester, bis old home, in a few days. Geo. Pavitt, out celebrated harness maker, expects his family tore in &,few days. Geo. Geissel of North Prairie was in town last week looking over our many improvements. And sow Ufc irumored that we are to bave another hotel to be erected on Lo­ gan's addition.. Rev. D. M. Maishman has absented hiiheelf' from duty to take a short visit with relatives in the east. town than we can posbibly stand—let's lake a lay off. What d'ye soi, partner? Oar avenues would be greatly ickwick. Front the Bralnerd Journal. Ai prominent'saloon man of Wainerd,. who went out ot the business the past spring, say*: "Th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 June 1885

I Koyalton Rippling.s. HOYALTON P. Jane d, IS *o. The Sim- mill is miming on quarter rin.e. The toys ?-.re triii.i i:ny up for the Fourth. iyanc Lambert Las moved into his new dwelling. ')he poster'a arc out ti.e Fotri'li— Uuu'lfaiitu read them. H. Kussell is shipping hr.td-vcod lumber to Minneapolis. Farmers report crops lookir.tMvcli, but bail!) in jedof mor ram. his old hone, iu a few days. Geo. i'ft" ill. our cc'ehrrited lirtrne^ rauker, expects hi« family here ii: «. if .^ days. G»-o. Gei.sw/i of Xur'.h i'rairiu WJI* in towc last week looking over our mmi improvements. And now it is rumored that we are to have another hotel to ho erected on Lu gan's addition. lie v. D. M. Uuihuian iias absented himself from duty to t.-iko short visit with relatives in tin- ent. We an* h- ug more excitement in town than we can po-sibiy st.uui- -K-l take a lny o/I". VV'tiat d'ye *,i. j.-ir'ner? Oar avt tines would be ?r. ''v in piovt'd by tli" 1 a ti ir of side-A ii iv«» ilu.' on—ti o.'-.iinodate...

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. — 5 June 1885

WHJfiS 8PHING COMES. Alone the yellow rtads the grass Shall softly cre^p like noiseless feet, A thousand odors subtly sweet Shall breathe ^where'er the south winds pass. The first pale blossoms shall unfold Beside the ling'rlng drifts of snow, The dandelion wake aud glow Hre fades the crocus' white and gold. The swallow on his airy wing Shall so&i where skied are softiy blue In thickets wet at noon with dew The hermit-thrush shall lurk and sing. But who shall care for these, alas! If from a crave the flowers shall grow. And warm ra'ns only melt the suow To hide the dead bene ith the grass. —Mary II. Kront, in The Current. UNDER FIRE. A True Border Story of tlie War. Some time before the war a Presby •rian clergyman from New Hamu­ li re went South, with his family, for le benefit of his health. He pur cursed a little farm in Virginia, about throe miles from Washington, D. C., acecse to which was had by the way of Georgetown and the Aqueduct Bridge. He gradually failed in health, ...

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. — 5 June 1885

\N JDSHBTOB SHOW 2D. From the Boston Evening Gazette, Old Lilly B. ivaa a pious man, And heaven was his goal For, being a very saving man, Of co urn©, he'd saved his aouL Bat, even in this, he used to say, "One can't too careful be And he snug with a fervor unasBumed, "I'm glad salvation's free." But the means of grace, he had to own, Required good, hard-earned gold And he took ten pews, as well became The richest of tne fold. "He's a noble man," the preacher cried. "Our Christian Brother B." And 1'iliy smiled as he sublet nine, And got his own pew free. in ela*H meeting next, old Billy told How heaven had gracious been, Yea, oven back in the dark days when He way a man of sin. "I was building a barn on my rivor farm— "All I had then," ha said 'Td run out o' boards, and was feedin' hands "On nothin' bnt corn bread. ."I tell ve, brethern, that I felt blue, i^liort. o' boards and cash, And thought I'd die when the banks then bust. And flooded all my mash. Bnt tlid Lord was merciful to...

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. — 5 June 1885

-4' i'i' (i IV & I I A Successful Drummer. Peck's Sun: The Ban has always maintained that? the t/aveling men, the "drummers," had more enterprise and viMjrar in their composition than any class of men in the known .world. The idea has beeu illubtrfcied the past few week* by the drummer Howard, travel­ ing for tike Unit firearms company of •Hurtford. The -company desired to bring the merits of tireir Gatling gun 'before the people, it was a gun that they prided themselves on, and all they wanted was a chance to skew it. The •Teaper manufacturer# send reapers to Teias earlp in the reason, with experts 10 work them on the ripening grain, and ^by should not the gun men go where the rebels were ripe for cutting down. Howard took his sample cose of gun and •checked it to Winnipeg. Jle called on Gen. Middle ten and asked for permission to show his goods, and the general told him to pack up and come along to where the crop oj rebel 'half breeds was ripe-for the harvest. Howard took 5vis...

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. — 12 June 1885

A fci Mm- £:!'2i jt,r Attorney at tiitirJ ?Atk», MH^. c. a. X4Koti»«ir, .• L. hhj* IJimillSOH ft RILLS, LITTLJC S W ii E rxik MXN*. kiV. vtowst. U. T-CAliHOUS. STGBEY & CATTTOTJ!* ZAW* 0ffl* attbe Caurt House. LlTTLl FA140, HJW#- K, I^OIWSOW, AttenAy CpmMUer at Law. Agent foijtiie '. Am^riWn Agenty AiOolIei?tibn Co. Bum (dbrnl estate, and loans money -AM* %m alar»eaia«M» 41 oheic* "WS »*v« —CMBeeftrsi door west of the Papular rink.— LtTTfJl FALLS, MINN. Oflto ia 1YMAN 8IONOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, .MORIUflON COUNTY, MI*N. Will faraisb Abstracts of Tiile. »Fay Taxes, jfaa Lands for Sale. OFFICE AT^OURT HOEfcE, „T„„ LITTLE FALLS, MINN. LEON ilirui*«fi Clerk o$tb6 District Court. BtTintb Jgifitltl District. XOnmiflQH COONTY, MINN, «»-C»trle(i of HomesMSels, 1 fl,LDK^MLJ!f.0|?i loantf other Local LandOfficebwAgassvillbe omjrtiy attended to. fu prom lilTTLB FALLS,v'MINN. S. P. FULLER, Justice of the teace. Office on second floor of Marotte'sblock, Oak St. IJTMTAM-8, MINN. 0. A. CHURCHIL...

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. — 12 June 1885

1 I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Legal. K. II. FiLKJrilAM, Attorney at Law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. A. LiNDCF.Rf.ir. T.. \V, Bi'.ls. LINDBERGH & JILLS, attobneys at law. Office in Pr Simmons' former oflioe. LITTLE F.VLF. MINX. A.F. STOIfKY. 1 '1- CALHOUN. STOBEY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT American Agency & Collection Co. Buys anil !"^lls rful estn'-p, and Joans nmr,vy on same. Ahns a lnr.-jo iir-.'Ount ol c^OK'ii land and town lots for sals. LITTLF. FALL?, MINX. E^SVSMITH^ Attorney a.tlnw. —Ofiiec firs: door west of tlie r«pular rink.— LITTLK FALIi*. MINN. LYMAK siokok. REGISTER OF DEEDS, woivmso:s covnty. mivn. Will {Virni^i Abstracts of Ti lr. -'Pay Taxes. Has Lands for Sale. office at couut HOUSE, LITTLE FALLSj MINN. I.«H«IITE, Clerk of the District, Cor.rt. Seventh Judicial District. MOMUSOTS' COUNTY, MINN, &5r-F-Btri<*p of Homesteads, filing I V}?'.0' 'nri nnv "'Ivr U)f il l,ani Oflice business will lc pr^niiitiy nttfliiifiel to. LITTLE FALLS, MI NIT. S. P. FULLER, Justice o...

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. — 12 June 1885

Little Falls Transcript. W. & FULLER, Publisher. XJTTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. The doctors now think Gen. Grant may live froip. three to six months. The duaase is still progressing, slo«g|y bat surely. .Trine is the mouth of college com­ mencements, when thousands of embry olic lawvors, doctors and preachers will be turned loose upon the world to straggle for fame and.fortune. Henry M. Stanley, the African ex­ plorer, in a recent speech in London, stated that the climate of Africa was not half so dan per on 3 as that of many parts of the southern states of Amer­ ica. 'Unless all reports from the winter wheat growing states have been much exaggerated, there is a very poor prospect for the growing crop. In the Southern States not half a crop is ex­ pected and the poor farmers will have *k hard year. The rule wa3 recently reaffirmed by the United States Supreme Court that the term "fraud" in the clause defining the debt a from which a bankrupt is not relieved from a discharge under the ...

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. — 12 June 1885

IJ ,-m~-.... PLOKDfE. "I think you will like her, Alice. She is a very beautiful girl, with unus­ ually attract!re manners, and—-what recommends her to us, more than any* thing else, she is rendered quite da* pendent and petfniless by the death of this old man. And I think I can trust my little Florine to be kind to her, if she should seek a refuge in my home!" So saying my husband went away, and I remained sitting at the breakfast table, *k11t stirring the spoon around and around in my egg-cnp. "Whatever you do, Alice, don't let any of your husband's relations get a footing in your house Wife and hus band should bo all and all to each other and the instant a foreign element works its way into the partnership discord in­ evitably ensues. Take my advice, Alice. Be civil to 'em all—but don't let tliem inside your door!" That was what my Aunt Althea had told rao upon the eve of my wedding day —and, as a general thing, Aunt Al thea's advice was excellent, both in quantity and quality. A...

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. — 12 June 1885

JT" 1 •v i'tr 'T gwaaBT-^ROV-giiii -. •. ~i'c gtp WWMlslit T() THE -r EEAL ESTATE AGENCY. Eothwell, Taylor & Marriott LITTLE FALLS, IMIMMIW Willi WW I M©KBts©x Co., Miior. We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for $3 to SB per acre. Term** of Payment lo Suit Furciasers. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. —fluids in BENTON and MIfXi: 1ACS Counties for Sale Pino Lands for sale. Lauds bought and sold oil commission. Abstracts of Title to Morrison county lands furnished at regular rates. Call on us before pur­ chasing. :n onFirst Strict, First iLor north of K»». liitthrs Store, ATA. ANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes Iteady-made Olothing- E. V. COLLiS, DEALER IN Agricultural Machinery, A SPECIALTY MADE OF THE CHAMPION MACHINES, Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also dealers in A FULL JANE OF SCHOOL FURNITURE. HOLLINSWCIRTH FAVORITE, AND Tiger Horse Hay Rak^s, Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Wagons, Bugies, Etc. Agent for the American Sewing Machine and the Home ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 June 1885

LS. I mmm •TillajreCourttill* A special meeting of the village cotrn •cil was beld at tho recorder's office 0n June 10,1885, al 8 o'clock t.,rou Present,—P^ter Medved, president P. H. Gross and* X. ID. "Richard, trns teas C. G. Simmons, recorder £. H. Farnham, attorney. The council having op^fted fill ^the bids for puirfting the bridge across the Mississippi Tiver, it war ascettplned that Henry Pennock was the Jowest bidder, and the contract was awarded to hiii) at his bid of fill?, subject to-his I furnishing satisfactory'bonds for- the 'faithful performance of the xontract, and subject to the following commit­ tee: Peter Sfedved, Ph. H, Gross and L. E. Richard. Th$ village attorney •was instructed to draw bonds for the contract. Moved and seconded th£t Attorney •33. H. Farnham act as a committee to /procure a plat of the village. Moveol and seconded that the follow­ ing bills be allowed: •John Hamlin, repairing anchor^ #2 75 'Tuttle & Churchill, sundries...,,. 4 25 Council adj...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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