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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 November 1885

A vol, 10- sfnirwurvxaw MOFKSIjOKjlL CARM 15 n. farshiji, Attorney at iLaWt LITTLE FALLS,, MINN. CHAJS. A. 1HTDBBHGH. ATTORJUTT AT LA.W. OFFICE IX M» IIOTTR'8 BRICK BLOCK HTTLE FAL8, ftttornoy and Counselor at Law. Ajrent for (he American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sen* real estate, and Joans money tn aunt. Also hag a Inrce amount of choice laiul and town lots for wile. LTTTLK FALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH, attorney at Law. -Office tirst door west RE A J. ESTATE INSURANCE. '.'•Keif at T'.uMe & Churchill's Store. «.'t"!'TI»R FALLS, MrNN. .7. M. MYTRS. 5 AM B. TTRRKTS. MYEPS & TIBBETS, *ND COtftfECRAL FftOKERS. n*om No. 1, 84 Washington Avenue S., MINNEAPOLIS. MINN 17?" Eppedf.s Attention given tn the Purchn^e and ?:ilc of Outside Lands snd WWWtWW0 •5 1 1 VDJN r. CHIRKS LAMB, ATTORNEY AT LAW. office ik MABorra's block, oak st. I^rferf,kcK8—N. P. Clarke, Lieutenant Ooverri or Oilman, United Stales Attorney It. B. #oarle, 8t. Cloud, Minn. "LITTLE FALDB- MINN. of tl»o Popula...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 November 1885

.* Little Falls Transcript. W. M. ruJbLKB, Publisher. UTTtdB FALLS, MINNESOTA. The Constitution of Ohio adopted in 1851 provides for biennial sessions. The holding of annual sessions is un­ constitutional, but the members whip ihe "devil around the stump" by ad­ journing from one year to another, thus making one long session. Kaiser Wilhelm is not only the old­ est officer in the German army in point of age, but in point of service as •well. His commission as Major-Gen­ eral bears date of March 30, 1818, and he joined the army as an ensign March 22, 1807. The old soldier is very old and daily growing more fee­ ble. He will sc-on be mustered out by death. Louis M. Iddings, a young and well known journalist of Ohio, a million­ aire, married the daughter of Josiah Eoldiug,formerly of California—and all the papers are extending to him envious congratulations—but it is a strange thing that the lady is not congratulated upon her good luck in capturing a bright journalist, an exploit that ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 November 1885

4 .s J/ BABY'S STiMX. Thon father took the Bible But protest down. And in his clear old fashioned hand Upon its Record pages brown He wrote the hame as it should stand. came from all the rest At giving such a little fairy The dt-aresfc, awoeteat and the boat, That antiquated name to carry. Ami aunts and accond cousins ory "A name so worn and ordinary Could not be found if one should try As that same appellation 'Mary.' And o'er and o'er again they laud Her y,ellow cur's, her baby grace "Oh, call her 'Etbelind,' or '&faud,' Or 'Chriatine,' for her angel face." Bnt time will change this golden fleece To match the eyes in dusky splendor Far better name her 'Beatrice,' Or 'Imogen,' Herene and tender." "Oh, namo the child for Aunt Louisa, ahe, good son), is well-to-do, The compliment is sure to please her, And wo can call the darling 'Lou.' Most prudent counsel, all too late! 'Twixt Malachi'a and Matthew's pages Appears, unchangeable as late, The name beloved ol all the ages. The Anc...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 November 1885

r: 1 ry Goods, amr/r?ni™l ft*„ JK*135' AT A. TANNER'S JEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes Keady-made Clothing to the old stand of MAURIN & MEDVED WHIRS YOU "WILL FIND A COMPLETE STOCK -OF E6MERAL KERCHANDE3E, CONSISTING 01 Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, STOVES and HABDW1I LITTLE FALL,S MINN. J. C. CONGDON, •ERCBANT TAILOR. Cnrclihfii,'«C?ti1Zn,erc5n,nt opcned iM SWAJKSigff ro0ms 0T(r Bring your wheat to A. J. Sawyer's ele­ vator in Eittle JFalls and get the market price and honest grades and weights. THE OLD S TANDB HARNESS SHOP Is still prepaid to furnish farmers attd others with-the best make of harness at cheapest prices superior in workman- little & tatl»iing WQBKMAISHIP AM PIT GUABAKTEED. J, C. CONGDON sl»«p, and g»M W. CANFIELD, Agent. JAMES STUART. DBAl.BR 11 ... STAPLE & FANCF AND.A FULL LINE OF FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY* TOBACCO AND 1 CIGARS. 3^** Bwststock of Cigars in town. Choicest brands of Tobacco. Arctic Soda Water Always on ...

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. — 20 November 1885

•&'y' I L-M£F &•. 0. C. Brown'9 former Wife will toon Vjjxeta a millinery storein Roy*] ton, and "Yn iiii announcement of the fact editor Broiw says: At present the *ady who it e&ming here fa simply a friend of tho Hditor of the Record. At one tin*« she nn* oar wife—a good, kind, honorable, Moving one, and would hive been so yet it we had only given her a aquare deal (as ahe mast certainly deserved) instead of beinf a dodgnsted, meaally idiot and stteaK as we were. It may be that we will "cnnplt up" again, in fact it is highly probable bat, be tliat much desired result in the aaar or far future, we alone are to blame for the b—1 of a time we have been having for the past few years, anil we make this somewhat tatongrotos and out of place explanation to' stop the lying and imaginative minds and tongues of a few male and female gossips and scandal mongers who fester and putrify in their ownr foulness lad often commit serious errors. We ere not vindictive or bloodthirsty, bu...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 November 1885

J? ^V'' lrom a it a valuable possession. He had with it a good deal of capi­ tal in the way of courage, enthusiasm, faith in himself and the world. He was honest, manly and patient, and could begin life at the right end of the ladder. He was so poor that he had to walk part way from the college to his old home, the village of Sharon. The first man he met at the end of his tiresome journey was old Enoch Lampson, a man who had known George from the day of his birth. "How de do, George, how de do? Home again, eh?" was the old man's greeting. "Yen, sir," replied George "home to stay this time. "So yer a full-fledged pill-maker, an' ready to eo into partnership with old Billy, our grave-yard sexton, hey?" asked the old man, with poor wit. George felt disposed to resent this but ho did not. "Ye don't calc'late on settlin' down here in Sharon, do ye?" continued old Enoch. "Yes, sir, I do." "Wal, now, I dono—I dono 'bout that, George. "Why shouldn't I begin here? "asked tho young man. "I he...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 November 1885

1„ MATT BILEY. A One© Active Person Who Shot Tea Men la Ten Minute* Single Headed. An Eastern journal recently pub­ lished an account of the shooting pf eight Texans by Matt Riley in Kansas some years xgo. The artioleooncluded wjth the statement that Biley some years after the tragedy described, was attacked with paralysis and died in the Eastern States. Biley did not die in the East, but, on the contrairy, is I alive and a resident of San Francisco, where he Has lived the greatest por­ tion of the time since his celebrated adventures in Kansas caused a sensa­ tion throughout the Southwest. Matt 1 Riley, or Matt Foster—the latter be­ ing his right name—was at the date of the occurrence referred to one of the most noted and desperate of the professional fighters and gamblers of the West. He was about thirty years old and in physique the counter­ part of the redoubtable John L. of Boston. His whole life has been passed in scenes of rough adventure. When a boy he entered the civil war ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 November 1885

I i? 'At. -f & '•/, ~gL-j- ."••'• OKTG AGRJ5ALE. 1KFAULT having been raade In the pn vmcnt nrthc. Mim ofone himdrod nnd forty-nine unit to.l00 dollars Avhiclj ia oliilnip.d to be due and is due at the date of this notice uprm certain Mortawt!®, duly execut(-d cud delivered by Mi'cfcel I-edoiixand hi* vrife lSlJse Ijedoiix mill Joseph Ledouxnwl hi5* vrife Arline Iedonx to A. Keiipov. benvin, .Jut the thirtieth day of October. A. 1). W, nnd duly recorded iri tlw office of thfi Rcpistwr «f I'eels in and ftvr the county of Morrison ami J'ti-ti1 of Minnesota, on tlie r!1st (.y of Vtobi-i- ... r. is& in Book Fof lSrortvZfitc on p'i-y "•11, 1111 1 i.n action or pro fwdiiiK lir.v or nil --vwiMi h-ivin,' been inatl lu:, to rocovt" »t cured by said Mort pure, or iv part h"i- irf" N'ovv KHKUKKOiiH, NOT If IS IIKKKHV OiVE\. That iiv v: Dto of a power off.ile .yn tii iucd in mud [ortj,'ap\ n1 puisi.ant to the Ktji-uu: in mult mi*« made and provided, the ?aid Mort-ju r:j will bo fori Mop"...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 27 November 1885

VOI. 10. PROFESSIONAL CARDS! ». Br. FABKHAM, Attorney at Xftw, UTTLE FALLS, MINN. OH AS. A. LINDBERGH. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OPTICU MABOTTE'S BRICK BLOCK UmA.TAXA. .i JIINM CHAR LPS F. IAMB, ATTORNEY AT AW. omc3 ik *akottk's block, oax st. R»*JH»*kc*s-N. p. Clarke, LieHt^rant Oovern. or Oilman. Vnitfrt State? Attorney D. B. Maria, St. Cloud, Minn. LITTLI frALPS' MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Atttrney and CouttMll?!- at Law. Agant Tor the American Agency & Collection Co. BBjhd *nd wll* real «ntkt«, and lonns monev »n »am*. Also baa a lar*e amount of cheice land auJ town low Tor sMb. LTTTLfc FALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH. Attorney at Law.. —Ofloa flmt door west of the Popular rink.— LlfTLK FALLS, MINX. Offleial. LYMAN SIGNOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, WM0KRI6OK COUNTY, MJKM. WU1 fiivnish Abstracts of Title. "Pay Taxes. Ha« Land for Bale 9KHCR AT^COURT HOUSE, LITTLK FALL8, MINN. LEON HftUDE, Clork of the District Court. Seventh Judicial I?[JjJtrict. MORRISON COUHTT, MIKW, i^-Eatrien of Homestead*, filing Fi...

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 November 1885

1 1 Iattie Falls Transcript. W. U. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The Kansas census upon which tha legislative apportionment is to be made shows a total population of 1,* 268,432, against 995,900 in 1880. The Canadian Pacific railroad is reaching out for connections which will give it direct connections and control of railroads reaching Portland and Boston, thus securing a transconti­ nental route between the seaports for the traffic of the Indies and the North west. Mrs. Mary Ann Livermore is some­ what discouraged about "progress" in New England, but has strong hopes of western states settled from New England stock. She thinks that un­ limited suffrage will first be established for women in a western state, proba­ bly in Iowa. It is estimated that the corn crop oi Nebraska will equal 150,000,000 bushels. This enormous product is grown upon what only fewyeargago was corirfidered a desert. Atthepres. ent price of corn in Chicago this crop would be worth delivered in tha...

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 November 1885

THE SHADOW ON THE WAIL BY Al» KZ-DBTECT1TK. By no means am a superstitious man, but in the course of my falling as a detective I have seen many queer things and hare met with more re­ markable adventures than the world would really credit. The particular one I am about to relate has nothing of the supernatural about it. As a matter of fact, I never had the luck to look on a ghost, except at the theatre. Ghosts to my mind, are unsatisfacto­ ry creatures, whose business is to terri­ fy poor wretches with dreadful warn­ ings of coming misery and misfortune but I do not hesitate to acknowledge that I was once saved by a shadow. That seems strange, and the way in which it happened -was stranger still. It was many years ago when I was beginning life, that I was sent to a country village to discover a mysteri­ ous robber who hfd broken into a churchand had stolen some ten pounds in money,beside the silver plate belong­ ing to the rector. I reached the village at sunset.* It was a quiet and...

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 November 1885

a O "8 5 1 THE SHADOW OK THIS WALL BY Air KX-DKTKCTITK. By no means am I a superstitious man, but in the course o! my culling a detective I have seen many queer tilings and have met with more re­ markable adventures than the World would really credit. The particular one I am about to relate has nothing of the supernatural about it. As a, matter of fact, I never bad the luck to look on a ghost, except at the theatre. Ghosts to my mind, are unsatisfacto­ ry creatures, whose business is toterri fy poor wretches with dreadful warn* ings of coming misery and misfortune but I do not hesitate to acknowledge that I was once saved by a shadow. That seems strange, and the way in which it happened,was stranger still. It was many years ago wJhen I was beginning life, that I was sent to a country village to discover a mysteri­ ous robber who h^d broken into a churchand had stolen some ten pounds in money,beside the silver plate belong­ ing to the rector. I reached the village at sunset. It was 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. — 27 November 1885

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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 November 1885

tfm« jKucno Wrrf)l6 Cq 5| jbfljW' Hoar miUnt themonth of tlie •JSItr^pidlyi, tjiffortie Mm£W.j4rwi:W*ri -v*n^a!?^, Several flays heuse.imd |ne force of Carpenters.has lie'erf*nwwsetV 6 *tt ja not now Sthf1^nttieitethbniv :^3TOli®t^^l'ii».ffi':i|i^. •••jMS.iy. WiW 'bY 1h^' 6iolk?: The entire Fi-emfr f^0M^p«l*riw.if Bfain WrtFaritl RiWe^Phiirie thankthfi editor 'hirgrand wprd* in, behalf-oMheopptepsed and for refas ingtoblidifttMijDaaurred Kiel's blood tff*hf fllitfck MhftoWft hanHi tV r"1 .11.'<p></p>OFlQ««Ow»lvCtmer, '•sxumn, -.ii Elliott. Standard l'tme^:an|t)*ie|hir Jtincst grade whitkie* tirfe to He,'f6ttti^fe"rtly iit tlic Pahice Sample •Ji.rH a -J' hand stoves, will sell •^^.J a}^mons\ ii ii wit* given to blowingi ve'ry but ^"^anbloW gtiod deal tlii^ fall about our Clotiilng iStock, as being the mqfif coMcjletepthe best,, and the ich e^tfb?ou^ht'idihistoWtf!"^ur Clothing nooiti'1l?2&80 feet, and is all occuf4ed- rofy*Would ple^e verf mooh by'i*mfngwerto seertUr$...

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 November 1885

il .5 1 p*," f-fra ". "ft-t*""?•** THE FARM AM FIRESIDE. Some Itooipts. MOLES,—-To remove these, seat the patient in a clear,- strong sunlight. With a sdn-glass, posting from $2.50 to $5, brings the concentrated rays o! the sun to bear On the excrescence for five Or ten njinutes. In three or tour i\'^eks the fable will scale off and anew akin come on. If the mole should not be entirely removed by the first appli cation*repeat. No scar will be left. Thin is vouched for by & physician who has tried it repeatedly. LEMONS FOR MALARIA.—Dr. Crud elli, of Rome, gives the following di­ rections for preparing a remedy for malaria which may be worth trying, as it is said to have proved efficacious when quinine haff given no relief, Cut «p a lemon, peel and' pulp, in thin slices, and boil it in a pint and ai half of water until it is reduced to half a pint. Strain through a linen cloth, squeezing the remains of the boiled lemon, and set it aside until cold. The entire liquid is taken fasti...

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 November 1885

.':* STRANGE BUT TEUE STOBY. Bo«ton Commonwealth. Many decades ago a vessel from Bos­ ton arrived at a dock in London. Among the hands $n board was one named Tudor, a steady, well-looking young man, v, ho acted as sailor. Very early one morning a young, beautiful and decently dressed woman came tripping down to the vessel and in­ quired of Tudor for the captain. She was told he was not risen, but she in­ sisted on seeing him without delay. Tudor ealltd him up, and she address­ ed him wit h: "Good morning, Captain I have called to see if you will marry me.' "M try you?"—believing her to be a suspicious" character—"leave my veusel instantly, if you know what is for your goodShe next went to the mrfce and received a similar answer she then to where Tudor wash­ ing engaged in handling ship-tacks, and put tlm wime question to him. "With all my heart, answered Tudor, in a jocular manner. "Then," said she. :ric along, with me." Tudor left his work and followed her. Iiy the tiimi the princi...

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 November 1885

:.'y •—H m: 18 ^OKTGAGB,8AL^ DEFAULT having beei?'ma4e Ih the pavment of the anm of'one humfrednnrt fijrty-jiine and frO-tyOdollarn whfrfr is claimed to be due and l« due at the dart® of thin 'notloeiopoii a certain rwi by Mortgage, duly ejieitjuted aniji ^deliverlMl by :lra Ledmtxand htotoirgXlW ... -_. .. .. -iriii- A. Reaper. »K!f»rln{! .late the tnlrdeth flay af Mitpl Ledmix and litotoirgEmft l^tlo Jow))h.I^don .t ftna his w-lb Arjlne Lcdmijc to Oc oBi doux and rho flat day of October. A, J?: W&t, hi Book Fof Moftttnee*. page 511. and nn hiMion or pro­ viding at law or etherwifehavlruj been Insti­ tuted to rcenv?r the debt wcuredfcy said Mortr pace, forany part therrof: NOW RH ERF.FORE, NOTICE IS HEHEHY. RIVEX.vTfint bv -virtue of A )ower of swlccoii tniaed }h said Mortgage, and pursuant to the staBife in *ich rase made ana.provided, the naif! Morttjajre will be foreclosed^und the prem fte«/Iefteribed In and covered by aaicf Mortgage, viz: 'Cbninieneirtsf fct the Intersectio...

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. — 4 December 1885

VABirRAK, Attorney atUv, UTTUC FILLS, MINN. CHA8. A. UDTDBSEOB. AtTMm AT Ii\W. wtian ximm'i met n«nt urnM FAK, sikk vh ATHi!^8 J1• tiAJHB. attokjixy at xaw* "•"'"**»*»•*jfcsm.ifrs.snail,-matwtc 'iasaMmwi Otrtcn. LlTTll PALM* JllJfJI. N. RICHARDSON, Attaniay and Counsellor at Law. Agant for tha Amarioan Agency & Collection Go. Bays aai sails r«al aatata, and loan« none? IMML Alao 1MM a Urge amount »T chelae Uni Ml town leta for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH^ Attorney at Law. ~0M tint door wart of the Popular rink.— UTYLK FALLS, MINK. Official, LYMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OP DEEDS, MOBRTSOH COUKTY, MI*K. Win fornlah Abitract* of Title. :Pay Taxes. Baal»n4i for Bala. OFFICE ATTCOURT H0U8B, LITTLE FALLS, 1IINN. LEON IieiDE, •Clerk of the District Court. £aveath Judicial District. VORVION COUHTT, MI9N, V^Satrlea of HftTnatteada, (Ilia* Final Pr«ot f»4 aar athar Local Land Office bu»ia«M will be prewptljr attended te. LITTLE PALLS, MINN. S. P. FULLER, Justice of the Peace. •Asa on ...

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. — 4 December 1885

I! :J '•"'"JjF'r"*®::7" *fc. Little Falls Transcript. W. 1L IruiiTiHB, Publisher. UTTLB FALLS, MINNESOTA. The wealthiest friendly society in the world is believed to be the Unity of Odd Fellows of Manchester, Eng. Ac sording to its last financial statement the accumulated capital amounts to $28,604,000. The income of the so siety exceeds $4,200,000, of which $1, 055,000 is from interests and the rest from membership dues. About 33 per cent, of the members elect of the next Legislature of Massa­ chusetts are lawyers. At the least calculation they will introduce 75 per cent, of the billy and do 90 per cent, of the talking. It is well to have lawyers in a legislative body, lut they should be honest lawyers, tvho would scorn to work through legislation to lit cases in process of litigation, which they may have in charge. In 1892, wiil occur the four hun­ dredth anniversary of the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus,• and Chicago and St. Louis are quarrel­ ing .over which of the...

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. — 4 December 1885

•"W •i-f-r %y,m 1 A I V, j. *,*• LATEST NEWS SUMMARY. irMliiiigton Gouty, John Eaton, commissioner' of education lias resigned to accept the presidency of a eoMege. In his annual report, Attorney Goneral Garland will stronjly recommend the. reor­ ganization of the federal judiciary. John H. Walsh of Albany, N. Y.f willauc coetl Mr. Vd ii Rensalaer aa-iysaietant enper inteudent o! the treasuryoh the 1st pro*. D. J. Murphy of Pennsylvania has been appointed chicf clerk of the pension bureau His promotion is from chief of the board of review. The United States supreme court declares that policemen cannot arrost deserters without a warrant or an order from mili tary authority. It i« urged in bohelf of anew building for the coii^resaiojml library that the annual increase of books is from 20.000 to 30,000 volumes. The annual entries of copy­ rights of book*, musical compositions, etc., novr exceed 26,000 annually. Charles Woodbury, or Hoie-in-the-Day, the tall and handsome young Chippewa ...

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