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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 17 July 1885

IF .* .-jr I *. *Vo *,WT. ••'. '.•':'f3 v. .• ••-, .••y-'is -.\ ,t I. :, Little Falls Transcript. W. 1L FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. Professor At water of Wesley an uni­ versity asserts that the New England dishes—pork and beans and codfish and potatoes—approach more nearly than any others the standard of the ideal ration. It is not understood, however, that the professor would like this ration for every meal of the year. From a report made to the British Government by its Consul General at Frankfort, it appears that all over Germany the consumption of ardent spirits is rapidly increasing, especially among the working classes. In Prus­ sia, for instance, between 1869 and 1880 the number of public houses in­ creased at the rate of 38 per cent., while the population only increased at the rate of 13 percent. The consump­ tion of spirits rose from 8.6 litres per head between 1870 and 1874 to 9.2 litres per head in 1875-81. The Portland Oregonian states that the cost of sh...

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. — 17 July 1885

awawwiHwmwMiJ OUR HOMECOMING. I'luiti Lt: American Rural Home. '•TV is no uuo in trying to keep tip my spirit2 wo never can succeed in y.-a king ihis old broken down habita­ tion Jit to live in!" and I, the bride of •a veel laid my head on my husband's shoulder and indulged in a good old fashioned cry. Jf. is a bard looking place, I must acni\," said Will "but you see, little oaf father has been unfortunate, and this old placo -was nil he had to give me towards making a start in life. Suppose we put our two heads togeth­ er and try and make the old place "blossom like the rok«e." Will's cheery voice, and the hopeful view he seemed to take concerning the situation, aroused my ambition. I put :ny arms around the neck of the great strong fellow and promised to aid hiir. in everything chat he felt able to undertake. The next day we laid out apian of operation and proceeded to act on it •wrh'Uit delay. Yea aco there had evidently been quite nice little gardi-n in front of the hoine but n...

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. — 17 July 1885

"T II iu •. *.- I mSMM y$4rlr4 REAL Rothwell, Taylor & Marriott Little SalTjS, MoBlKtsox Co., -\tior. We have lor sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for $3 to $8 per acre. Terms) ef Paymentl Suit Pnrehasers. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE.. Lands in REKTON ami MILLK LACS Counties For Sale.— Pine Lands for sale, Lands bought &nd sold on commission. Abstracts of Title to Morrison county lands furnished at regular rates. Call 011 us before chasing. OJJim Fin't StrU't, First door north of Wm. 'Butters Su»*e, AT A. TANNEB'S CHEAP GASH STORE Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes Keady-made Clothing E. W. COLLINS, DEALER IN Agricultural Machinery. A SPECIALTY MADE OF THE CHAMPION MACHINES. Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also dealers ia A FULL LIME OF SCHOOL FURNITURE. H0LLINSW0BTH FAVORITE, ANB Tiger Horse Hay Rakes, Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Wagons, Bugies, Etc. Agent for the American Sewing Machine and the Home Insurance Co., of New York. RETZLAFF &OTREMBA DEALERS IN D. M. Osborn...

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. — 17 July 1885

eats. \'^s A-Braifleift (i'^^«tqre' Ui, on a :-MwM With 1 various sou aritvKS. to esta bl ish *w«S5* 4«%#« m* e/tow pjteta? Iji frfent of ibe Platte a'good *jpb of road vork.doitt there. The Lurtfber Cto. liave secured jhe services «»f an expert engineer,"also a-jrjhd mn^er and lumber sorter. SwHrtz 4fc Jjampert of Rioe have 'purchased 1to£. and frill remove. thefe' Melrose store to.this j^owfhgtoivn. The horse owners in tbia locality were ovti sntfrpri»in^ ^a' '-^war *«*£, mhe 414 jeoad lihg to fiieh Prairie' will he devastat. to tiie grniwd by our "'Boomers," and tjije o»e recently couijileted at the mifl WlH 60 under a sdkMi toll taxation and a road tlierefVom will lead to. the aocoant tola 'uMday' President tnntilng' -j^j«tetfTr. A. aicoVector of £*&ow» for the district T1* headquarters of v, SSteMJStri^t are at St. Vincent, on (he Kfamtoha border jand the Mlaryfrwp&* last Htol&^ieolrt '•-& Aw» pfo Mpofced unftf 7vtly'22 !Uoble nvaters'-ofifce Mieslssippi where a...

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. — 17 July 1885

ii drug store in our midst. •i ,, Royalton Rippling? Dr. Guernon's Apxvomtrfient. ROYALTON, July 15. 18#ft. On Tuesday*President Cleveland ap Tlie eaw mi)! will commence running pointed Dr. A. ("iuetnoi: of this village sex? week. as collector of customs for the district Rice's beat the St Cloudites we shake AiicneBota. The heal«inaiicts of in our boots. the district are Hi M. incest, on the •J^mes Mi.'oc.y went to Minneapolis le.-.t fl Ti.-e low place In front of ih-r Platte house lims been filled in arui a «r-od job of ro-id v.'ork d'uie tir:'. T:.e '."inH/'r C". '.ia%e K-.'ured Swurt/ Lnmpert of Fires iia\o j^liew not-Liiriti of Little rank, ft.'- .oy ha.niJ«on, 'Bteriuirui"!7{ 'v the scholm reciiati.-.nsa.ri di :i' ue. wil, neon me TTPIUE :under prognm. ami a:, '-njoyabje time -will he Mannjnsf TVkwick. Hire'* Wants to Try It Agfa in, Editor of the Transcript: Rice's, .July 14,'lSSij. A full stock of gents' aud bovs' white and colored shirts just 'received at !RrcH\TuBKOS', -Lim...

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. — 17 July 1885

&v*!' &f.3w Wn I A I. tpm sf vCJv OBIGEN OF A FAMILIAR UKK ["Though lost to sight to memory dear," originated with Ruthven Jenkin* and was Drat published in the Greenwich,Magazine for Marinefl, in 1701 or 1702. As a litera­ ry gem, we quote the whole poem.] Sweetheart, good-byt the fluttering sail Is spread to waft me far from thpe, And soon before the favoring gale My ship shall bound upon the sea. Perchance,- ail desolate and forlorn, These eyes shall miss thee m*ny a year, But unforzotten every charm, Thoughlost to sight, to memory dear. Sweetheart^ good-by! one last embrace! Oh, cruel Pate, true souls to sever! Yet in this heart's most, hacred place Thou, thoa alone, ehalt dwell forever! And still shall recollections trace In Fancy's mirror, ever near, Each smile, each tear, thatform, that face, Though lost to sight, to memory dear. THE WIFE'S SACRIFICE. A Story of the Transvaal. After tiffin on the second day of the summer assizes for Griqualand West, the languid intere...

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. — 17 July 1885

BUSSETS. A late March twilight, with a bitter frost in the air the new moon justdip ping its golden horn behind the maple swamp in the west, and the ground sounding crisply underfoot. We had just come in from foddering the cattle —"we" sounds rather singularly when you reflect that it meant Kitty and me, two girls of seventeen and nine­ teen but you see there wasn't any one else to do it. Father had been bed ridden ever since that last attack of paralysis, and we could afford to hire no one to take his place about the farm. I was in great spirits playing with pussy, who came to meet us with her plumy tail erect but Kitty leaned sad­ ly against the wooden mantel and looked into the fire with mournful eyes. -Kitty," cried I, at last, '.'whatdoes make you so dull?'' "To-morrow is the 3d of March," said.she, gravely. "What of that?" I demanded. 'Don't you remember? The interest on the mortgage comes due to-mor­ row." "8o it does." said I, my radiant face falling faster than the thermome...

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. — 17 July 1885

hiiV( ffi rm-7 Duhitli News: Said a leading elevator iixiair yesterday: "We are" anxwusly waiting the first of August, to sec What ettcct the change in the laws governing the wheat business wij! have on -the trade it is nostaall mutter Jo ehaagc in 'a day ihe-whole condition of all'i.irs in regard to {great business extending its ramifications lroiu the small'^ village •hamlets of Minnesota and I^koto to Aho great citics of the East on.4 Europe.'- The, new law is bad. Farmers '"jUred jt in.(1 themselves vfcnv ••'ieriftllv. One of greatest curiosities of the present day, ^«und the pines of Wisconsin, as ton a lew week form of an 10dsmen. ask ar(i life," way in«, the h( ^•ft'iysleiy, I 'if il is *i*l)erhcij),s pef.n'4ed. 0.,'ie packed and sen.' owner, to Presi whom a persona received last we saying that it preserved and jnuseum at Was Stud eats* Songs. There is no tosc pleasing muste than •these jolly so sung by stadents and any one Jw Jias ever had the op­ portunity of .Win# these so...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 24 July 1885

••'IT 's "f ,1 0 :j :1 1 I 4 .1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Legal, £. If. FARSTl*AM, Attorney at Lkv, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. C. A. I.INDBEliOH. h. W. Btt.I.S. WNDBEKGli & JBlTiLS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Dr. Simmons' fotrncr officc. t»'(TT.LE FAIjS, Mr:s. A F. STOltEY. T. CAI.JIOUN. cAl.HOUN, STOREY & ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. A?:ent Tor the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and H»11S real estate, md loans money im Mmr. A -io lias ft If rue uv.iouiitQt clifuoe food and town lots for stile. LITTLE FALLS. MINN. E. S. SMITH, Attorney at I*aw. —Office fiTJitdcor west of the Popular rink.- LITTLE FALLS- MINN. Ofliciii tTMAK SIGNOR. KKGISTEK OF DEEDS, MOllUIWN CCH'NTY, MI*N. Will furntah Abstracts of THlu. Fft}' faxes. Han Ijnnds for Sale. OFFICE ATICOURT HOUSE LITTLE FALLS, MINN LEWS IIMJDE, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judicial District. MORHISOU COUNTY, »NNK, mvKntrios of nr.rnenpnels...

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. — 24 July 1885

Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLEB, Publisher. LITTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. The Indian troubles in Kansas sub­ sided pretty quick after it became evi­ dent that the go vera men would not submit, to Indian nonsense. The rage for buildings of great height in New York city has been checked by a law passed last winter. Eighty feet from the curb is now the limit of the height of'dwellings in thewidest streets of the city, and in streets not exceed­ ing sixty feet iinvidthtlie limit is seven­ ty feet. The Mexican editors are having a triumphal junketing tour throughout thoNothern States. Commercial bod­ ies and Americans generally are giv­ ing them opportunities ot seeing the social side, at least, of Northern civili­ zation, and probably with benefit to Mexico in the future, and perhaps to this country. The excess of exports from the United States over the imports to this country for the last fiscal year amount­ ed to $165,000,000 in favor of the United States—which is highly encour­ agin...

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. — 24 July 1885

TIE SILK DRESS. "There's Annie Beldon," said Aunt Jane, looking up from her knitting as she heard the sound of footsteps on the plank walk which lay along the front fence. "Poor soul! I never see her that I don't think of that verse in the Bible which says that "from him that hath not shall be taken even that which he hath," and she sighed deeply. I looked from the window just in time to see Annie Beldon before she turned the corner of the next street. She was a laded, care worn looking woman, a lit­ tle past middle age, with dark brown hair thickly sprinkled with gray. Her dress was a rusty black cashmere, her black shawl, was decidcdly shabby, and her crape bonnet was shabbier, still. She looked neither attractive nor inter­ esting, and I turned from the window and took up my crocheting again, re­ marking only "that she looked da it she had had her share of sorrow." "Sometimes I think she lias had a good deal move than her share," said Aunt Jane. "I know dozens of women who.have s...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 24 July 1885

—IIJIIKIK REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Little Falls, Moektsok Co., Miss. We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for $3 to $8 per acre. CHEAP CASH Payment io »wit'I»ur©lisw«rs*. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. in BKM'ON and MliXIi LACS Count iu* Jot- Sale.- Pine Lands for sale. Lands bought •and sold on commission. Abstracts of 'Title to Morrison .county lands t'uniishcMl at regular xates. Call .on us before pur­ chasing. Office jii'First Strict, 'First iloor north-of -Wen. [sutlers. Store, AT A. TANNER'S Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes fteady-made Clothing E.«. GOLLHS, DEALER IN Agricultural Machinery. A SPECIALTY MADE OF THE CHAMPION MACHINES. JSelf Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also dealers iu .4 FULL11XE Or SCHOOL FURNITURE. HOLUNSWOBTH FAVORITE, AND Tiger Horse Hay Rakes, Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Wagons, ugies, Etc. Agent for the American Sewing Machine and the Home Insurauce Co., of New York. iRETZLAFFJ&OTREMBA DEALERS IN 'P. M. 'Osborne's Light Harvesters and Binders, Reaper...

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. — 24 July 1885

Ifc.. 4. I A & I...... raft "Royalton KippHn-s. Hoyatlton, July 22 1885. Loftg life to the RecoH. Logan in going to Imlld a UlafcUsniiili »shop. Kobe won 'the -"suit do ^damages sus •taincd. Crops arc looking splendid in this vicinity. Paviii's harness fhrtp is nearly completed. Tlie ties are disappearing rapidly O. H. Larrihee is a rusher. Huckleberry picnics are numerous at present in this Joealily. The Milling Co. anvmoving the wheat from Geissel & Fitfiaoi'a warehouse to tibeif-mill. The tramp agitation was bronght C. O. Branneh will build an addition '4o his shop to accommodate-a-carriage aDd wugon m»iker. We are sorry to learn if the failing 'health of Mr. II. H. RamMl, an old senior of this townshio. We are pleased to aequo- nt our many readers with the fact that KolJand Dear ing's health has improved. Excavation has 'commenced on the trench fortlio water pipe running from the tank to Phitle river on Monday. O. K. Black was arraigned 'before Justice Brown Monday for d...

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. — 24 July 1885

IN THE DEE? -WOODS. There I# ft spring-time in my soul to-day, An altitude of peace 1 seldom reach. As thro' the-«oleum woods my footsteps stray, Where brooks bare vo.ces and the ulikdows 6pecch. Silent as one who treads dark minster aisles, I Wnnder onward pa-t these leaf? shr.'nes. While sunset thro' green casemeuta softly smiles And swings its rosy censer mid the pines. Far overhead the beechtrces' spreadine net Le's in faint glimpses or the sky's blue roof The tited leaves, dved scarlet by sunset, Fail tangled lu the brown catth'sdusky woof. I hear the young brook whisper to the leavps, And mark Its scattered silver on the moaa In dreamy air the spider deftly weaves A filmy sail for idle winds to toss. 1 pause beside the altars of the trees, Where inceuse floats from every budding spray, And like some distant slgliing of the seas, Sound (be soft wind-harps waking far away. The air seems as a chnlice, and its rim Is overflowed by sunlight's yellow wine, Avon, some falling shadows...

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. — 24 July 1885

1 1 -—t ELUSION. From the Home Journal. A npirit stirs the summer grass, And whispers to mo as I pass I catch the gleam- o! flying feet, I smell a perfume warm and sweet. A sudden light, a nestling sound, Fleet swiftly o'er the dewy ground, And fade in yonder eop.-e' uvay, Where lurking shadows cheat the day. What eye hath seen that dimpled face? Who yet hath found the s-'d-et place, That refuge in the dim, cool ulnule, Where finc-K and hide* the laughing maid? Ah, happy poet who may guega The ever-changing lovliiu'sa, The lightsome grace, the airy wiles Wherewith coy nature minks her smiles, Arid, stealing on her unuw^rc, Behold her vhon she is most fair* Jaaiks B. KESVOS. AN OLD, OLD STORY. "The course of true love ne'er did ruii smooth." "Just ten years ago, on this vcry spot, at thif? self-samw hour, ^ve part­ ed!'' exolitiiiKfl Mrs. Treveliyn to her­ self, as she sat on amo.ss-coverel -?eat, beneath the shade of an old oak. '•Just ten yearn, yet so long, long ago! Why do men sa...

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. — 24 July 1885

,«• or Use of Tobacco* The fact has bees pointed out that men are on tilt whele as Healthy as women, while nine oat of ie« of the male population of the world use tobaceo, and ironien. a# ft rule, abstain. In the iearnctl professions about one-half the ministers are addicted to it in come form, likely three-fourths of all physicians, and nine-tenths of members of the legal fraternity. In looking calmly at the tobacco question, there is one feature calculated to excite alarm, and that is the habit of chewing and smoking so widely prac­ ticed among boys. This, to young boys, is unqualifiedly hurtful. They volunta­ rily endure the flaetdisagreable effects of the tobacco to acquire what they consider an accomplishment, the habit is finally Confirmed, and with an entire ignorance of its powers, .added to a tendency to immoderation, their growth and development is often seriously interfered with, and the worst results follow. They smoke and chew, generally, the worst tobacco, and to a deg...

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. — 31 July 1885

VOI. 9- Little [, 0. STAPLES succiisson TIJTTLE & CHURCHILL, UFALEttS IN *ilLA'4 TO S. F. STAPLES, DJ3.VLKR IN Fine Watches, Diamonds. Jewelry, Silverware aiid Spectacles. N I E PRINA BEDS, MATTRESSES, PIL­ LOWS, CARPETS, TRUNKS, SATCHELS, C'LMLTAINS, WILL PAPER, PICTURES, FMAME 3W BAB5T CARRIAGES, EXPRESS WAGONS &e., £c. ——'ALSO coif'^'ipcrs fxaatSL OA.sasLEsrrsr of all Sizes. Parties desiring anything in our line will save money by giving us a call before purchasing elsewhere. Falls Jewelry Store. /^C"f. j^$kh 'J,?S \%*j recjWnjVv WAitao^aWATCH .. rt fcjiJ! OUR MOTTO: rHE IMPROVED HOWES SCAX.KS IRON, STEEL I. E. STAPLES, WATCHMAKER AMD JEWELER. Repairing of Fine Watches and gWork for ilie Trade a Specialty. 'PROMPTNESS, SQUARE DEALING. LOW PRICES.'1 -DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools and COAL Tin, Copper ao Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. J. C. HESSEL, DEALER IN McCORMICK HARVESTERS. Specialties: Farm I...

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. — 31 July 1885

am Little Falls Transcript. W. 2L FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. The trial of Louis Riel has been ad­ journed for a week to allow him to procure witnesses to the various points of his defence. Signor Romero, the Mexican minis­ ter at Washington, says there is not the slightest foundation for the report that the Mexican government proposes to sell apart of its Territory to the United States. No government could stand in Mexico which was willing to entertain any such proposition. Ella Wheeler Wilcox, a poetess of some celebrity, has prosecuted Col. Joyce for printing a poem entitled "Solitude" and claiming to be the au­ thor. Sirs. Wilcox says .she wrote that identical poem at Madison, Wis., Feb. 10, 1S83. She intends to squelch Joyce and all hi?) pretensions, and to copies have royalty for all that have been published with his name attach­ ed. Joyce's bad reputation is a strong point in fa vor of Mrs. Wilcox's suit. stagnation here shall have given way to confidence and ...

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. — 31 July 1885

TJ&K lULlTAUI AUTHOR Grant's uterarr Methods and Ambitions. T7ie New York Commercial Advertiser of June 9 published some interesting gossip abput Gen. Grant and his liter­ ary methods. It decribes him as com­ pletely dominated by the desire to finish his book, that he may leave it as a legacy to his family. He some­ times wakes up in the night, calls for a light, jots down some remembrance, and then gees to sleep again. He stops in the midst of conversation to record a reminiscence. Once on awakening, after a dose of morphia. iand when his attendants thought that he could not stand, he walked over to a ch^ir, sat down, and in his delirium said, as if in great surprise: "Well,%this is funny. Here aie my books, papers, pictures, and furniture, yet I am in Illinois* Harrison, how ilid I get out here? Someone has brought me here. I wonder what for. I am away from my book and no time should be lost in its completion. I suppose I shall have to make the best of it. But, by the way, Was...

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. — 31 July 1885

\vy •4: v*:. t-'KX I 1 v1 5* 1 REAL ESTATE AGENCY. ., Taylor & Marriott LITTLE FALLS, MOEBISOK CO., MCNR. We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for $3 to $8 per acre. TermM ©f Payment to f$uit Pnr«haser«. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. —Lands In BEKTON and 4JIi.Lt LACS Counties for sale- Pine 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. Ojfice on First JStfttt, First door north of IP//J. J5utters Store, AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes Keady-made Clothing E. W. GOLLIHS, DEALER IN Agricultural Machinery A SPECIALTY MADE OF THE CHAMPION MACHINES. Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also dealers in A FULL LIME OF SCHOOL FURNITURE. HOLLIISWORTH FAVORITE, AND Tiger Horse Hay Rakes, Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Wagons, Bugies, Etc. Agent for the American Sewing Machine and the Home Insurauce Co., of New York. 7 RETZLAFF & OTREMBA DEALER...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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