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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 4 December 1885

I jjl l'1 ?t' |i| !i i#: I )j :^rr :t$0t Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes J. -W-Ws ••-asp'.-tss AT A. TANNEB*S OHEAP CASH STORE Keady-made Clothing OF MATTRIN & MEDVED WILLBE FOUND THE LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, TINWARE & HARDWARE I!iS ©*M«WTtD ORR PANTALOON OVERALL W1BB15TSD NEVER TO BP. Produce in exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call and see us. MAURIN & C. CONGDON, /iiLll^iTfi °I,e,lel i« rooms over Tattle •& Churchill's store a merchant tailoring shon. and am prepared to do all work iii my llnc in neftSS and \viU furnish the bcst of umterial, WOBKRANSIIP AND FIT GUABANTEED. J, C. CONGDON Bring your wheat to A. J. Sawyer's ele­ vator in Iattle Falls and get the market price and honest grades and weights. THE OLD STAND-BY HARNESSSHOP Is still prepared to furnish farmers and others with the best make of harness at cheapest prices superior in workm^u ipand mat^^ MEDVED. W. CANFIELD, Agent. •mi"* 3....

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. — 4 December 1885

A Geo. Goulet is up in the woods, Mm. Cecile Brann it visiting in Little pains. Mr. Hajison has badtlie misfortune to ]OM one of his valuable gray horses. Mr. Charles 3ravel has gone to Minneapolis and Dulutb, and will re­ turn by the way of Brainerd, having business in each of the cities. We regret to learn of the illness of Mrs. Talbert, mother of the little boys buried a short time since. A sister who has been stopping with her for •ease time has gone to Brainerd. Wedding bells have been -ringing again in this vicinity, this time it is Charles Cota who has taken a partner for this life's joys and sorrows* A dance and good timein the'evening. Thanksgiving day was indeed beau tifal. It was observed by quite a num­ ber of oar people although the school did not close. Mr. and Mrs. Brown C^ve an excellent dinner to quite a party of friends. Bev, Varner was with ns last Friday evening, preaching an excellent ser­ mon to quite a large and appreciative congregation. He was accompanied by...

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. — 4 December 1885

8 ?4 $ -5fi $ s: *•5 1 fl ea -jji if -V & f- GdOP NIGHT. &ood-nightl ha,ve to say good-night Ix such host of peerlew tf itijn! Hood-night unto that IrMile hiuid All queenly with its woight of rings, -. Hood-night fco fond uplifted eyea, Bood-niuht to chestnut braids of hair, Uood-jii^ht unto the perfect mouth And all tho sweetness nestled there! The snowy hand detain# me—then I'll have to my good-night again. 6nt there will cornea time, my lovel When, ir I road our stars aright, |»hftU not iiiiger by thia porch With my aditMiH. Till then, good-nightf Vou wish the time were now? And I. You do not If ugh to wish ife so? Vou would have blushed yourself to death To own HO much a year ago. WhaW both these snowy hands? AhltheA I'll have to say good night again. THOMAS BAIL-KIT AI.DRICB. LAUM'S FLAG OF TBUCE. BY CLARA BUOUGIITON. Harper's Bazar. "Alfred, do wish you and Laura xnild be friends. You are both so dear to me!" Mi*33 Southwell's voice was a little tremulous-. She WAS ove...

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. — 4 December 1885

i" H. I 1 I MINNESOTA STATE JTCWS. Caroline Brown, the wife of Judge James, Brown, of Mankato, died very suddenly of heart disease. She had bean in poor health lor a number of years, At id Win? John Nystrora had Charles F. Peterson arrested ou complaint of slan­ der. Th«jury awarded the plaintiff dam­ ages to the amount of five cents. R. P. Barron, a New York capitalist, is prospecting at Mille Lacs lake with a view to erect a podriible summer reBorfc there, lr'.ien the St. F'iiul, Uraiaerd fe Northwest­ ern railroad ia opened. Cieorsje X. Baxter of Faribault -was ap­ pointed United States district attorney, vicn Se« clt, resigned. Some idiot flawed a freight train near Hastings, ,uid the second sectioarfrn into it, causing bad wreck. Theodore Bartlett, a civil engineer, died at St. Paul of typhoid fever. Capitalists are said to be contemplating putting up l.-ir^o flax and flouring mills ou tho ril. Louis river, near Duluth. The mi'»ti!i'j: of the county sijnerintcnd cnts or Minm .-...

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. — 4 December 1885

.S'S i'' v' MORTGAGE BALE. pJTAtfW kavlni been'made in the payment of the smnofene hundred and forty.nine and #0-100 dollars which is claimed to be due and Is «1ne at the date of thU notlc« upon a certain MoiI«»|«, duly executed and delivered by Mltchel I-edoux and his wife Elise Ledonx and Joenph Ledoux and his wife Arline MHQX to A. R*nper, beaiinar date the thirtieth day of October, A. I.« IMS, and duly recorded In the ttffiee of the Register of Deeds fn and for' the county of Morrison and State of Mfmteaeta. on the Slat day of October. A. IX, 1988, in Book Fof Mortgage*. on pare 311. and so action or pro *odtnK at law or otherwise having been insti­ tuted to recover the debt secured by said Mort­ gage. or any part thereof NOW RHEKEFOBE, NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIYEH. That by virtue of a power of sale con­ tained in said Mortgage. and pursuant to the statute in such ease made and provided, the Mid Mortgage wffTbe foreclosed, and the prera fre» described in and covered by said Mortgage, ...

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. — 11 December 1885

A A FOI. 10. (S&mpfAL CARDS. •a, HMIgiltl|i CHAB. A. UOmttSHOH. ATTeWfKY AT W W. W*» «4JMTWf»»WCK nux* 4WWESIIS. ATTounrr •r Wbaaa. MINK AT UW. #»TM» IV MAtflfRI^I BI.OTX, «A ST. •*. V. Clarke. Ltsut»naitttov«m trnitM States Attonwy 1». fcarla, St riovd, Mian. UTTLB FALD8' Mrs*. N. RICHARDSON, AttorMy anil Counsellor at Law. Ajmnt for the American Agency & Collection Co. Baya and atlla real eatate, and loana monev aaaaa. Alao haa a Urge amount of chalce Mt4 And town Iota for aale. LITTLE 7 A LLP, MINN. E. 8. SMITH, attorney »t Lw, Sntdoar wast of the Popular rink.— liTTLK FALU. WIKH. Official, LYMAN SIGNOR. MGISTRR OF DEEDS, vmimi cotnrrr. mix*. Will rsralah AWtrftota af Tllla. 'Pay Taaea, ffU LaaSs for Sola. •rnoi at cou*t housk, l«TLl FALLS* MINN leak neuDE, Clerk of the District Court. (areata Judioial Distriot. m4kbim corimr, mihs, Batrlea ef Hemeaieada, flllnr Final Pr«ol ear ether lxwal Land Offlca burtneaa will We pwjr attended ta. J& LITTLE FALLS, MINN. S. P. FUL...

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. — 11 December 1885

little falls Transcript. W. 1L FDLLEB, Publishei. LITTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. The report o£ the statistician ol the agricultural department shows that since 1870 the acreage devoted to cereals in the United States has in­ creased from 69,000,000 acres to 13(5,000,000, or 97 per cent. St. Paul is to have a grand ice-pal­ ace—similar to the ice-palaces of Mon­ treal which have usually attracted many thousands of visitors—but St. Paul is in trouble lest tho ice should not be of the right thickness. Her citizens should be consoled by the re­ flection that the ice crop has never yet failed within the memory of the oldest inhabitant. Wood intended for paper pulp is shaved so finely by an ingenious ma­ chine devised for the purpose that it takes 750 thicknesses to make an inch. The fineness of this cutting can be appreciated when it is understood that 200 thicknesses of ordinary pa­ per make an inch. The cutting knives of the machine are kept sharp­ ened while in operation by a unique arrange...

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. — 11 December 1885

1 4 FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Miscellaneous Rome Hint*. W hon white linen becomes mildewed :t should, be washed in warm water, with a little borax, and then rinsed in uleo water. After this put it into a tub of water containing a little hydro­ chloric acid then rinse and dry in the sun. When the rubber rings used for clos­ ing preserve jara become BO hard as to bo useless, their elasticity may be re­ stored by leaving them for half an hour iri two parts of ammonia and one of water. Oil-cloth may be improved in ap­ pearance by rubbing it with a mixture of a half-ounce of beeswax in a sau eeiful of turpentine. Set this in a warm place until they can be thor­ oughly mixed. Apply'with a flannel cloth and then rub with a dry flannel. For adhesive labels dissolve 11-2 oz. common glue, which has laid a day in cold water, with some candy sugar, and 3-4 oz. gum arabic„ in 0 oz. "hot water, stirring constantly till the whole is homogeneous. If* this paste is applied to labels with a brush and allow...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 11 December 1885

».*' I'i I pnjparal and A tmiMrM' fj AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE if Dry Goods, I & Keady-made Clotlimg AT THE OLD STAND Of MAURIS? & MEBVSD WILL BE FOUND THE LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, TINWARE fc HARDWARE TMK CILKMATKD ORR PANTALOON OVERALL WAB&I2ITED NEYEB TO BIP. Produce iu exchange for goods at highest market price. Call and see us Maurin & Medveb J. C. CONGDON, lEBCHAIf TllLfB. have rceently opcuort iit rooms ov»v Tuttle & 'Churchill'?* store a merchant tailoring shop, and aftt to do all work in my line in good .style \vitl furiiisli the bwt of inaterlttl. WOEKHAKSEIP AND FIT GUARANTEED. J. f!. CoiVOTON Bring your wheat to A. J. S-nsvyerV ele­ vator in Little Falls and get the market price and honest grades and weights, W. CANFIELD, Agent, THE OLD STAND-BY HARNESS SHOP JiBPAIll WORK A. SPECIALTY, E. C. Lefebyke. Af 2 )$tx:. JAMES STUART. DKAtRft nr- STAPLE A- FANCY AND A FULL LINE OF FRUITS, CONFEC...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 11 December 1885

HiW§ I ness. and will bank about 1,000,000 feet season. W. T. Hanson. of Chicago, who owns a large amount of land In Hie western part of Morrison county and the eastern part of Tqcld county, was In town yesterday. He is sellintr no«t of the timber on hiH lands, and J. C. Flynn has bought large amount of standing timber from liim alonf the line o(-)he Little ^alls and Dakota. When the time came for Rev. T. Mc Clary to deliver his lecture on Saturday evening the attendance WM SO Yarns, tTariis, Yarns. We are now prepared to show you a i»Tttl$*liiwof Ysriis comprising Zephyrs' Fairy Zephyis, Ice Wool, Ppmpadour j^flgora, Germanfown, Saxony. German Knitting, Knitting Yarns- an.il. Home Yams all of which we guarantee to sell as low 41s they can be bought in St. Paul or Minneapolis. A call solicited. ~Wi blfri' :*h. Mrs. E. G. Hill la sick, btil nbtriuogcr. The TJrtfinera Journal publishes ui lOusly so. amusing editorial ^statement thai the. poU J. H. Rhodesia b^en confined to 1,5s ™(''of...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 11 December 1885

'S:W7- ANellFS DEBUT. "You may not see me again in an \ge, Brother Emory. I have arranged for a European trip for the summer," Mrs. Alice Lyle remarked as she dain­ tily sipped her tea at the neat little table in the breezy dining room. Mrs. Lyle was making one of her brief and invariable bi-monthly visits to the pretty country house of her on­ ly brother, even though he was a sim­ ple farmer and she the gayest of the gay city belles. "Well, for my part I never could make out what folks can find so un­ commonly comforting in going to Eu­ rope," said Brother Emory's wife—a plump and tidy matron whose su­ preme idea of the comforting was a jaunt to the busy market place just when her excellent dairy products commanded the most gratifying prices. "You mean, Sister Huldah, that you •consider my tastes deplorably ex­ travagant and worldly." Mrs. Lyle ob­ served with a little laugh of unruffled amiability. "Mother means she would be better pleased if you were not going," Broth­ er Emory h...

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. — 11 December 1885

Ipsgjji^ it.' THE IHTERIOB DEPARTMENT. The Secretary nr the Interior HjikM Hii Report, Wlilch of IVculiur Interest to N^rthwstern IVople. Washington, ^pocial TelegTatp, Dec. G.— The report of vbe s^qretojcy of ,|he interior was given to the press thl» evening. The statistical portions of the report have been covered iu previous dispatches, but,mora, than the usual interest is manifested iu what Secretary Lamar would say on the Indian, the public land, the pension and kindred questions. After summarizing the reports as to the condition of the several Indian tribes, toe secretary takes up the question of ludian schools, There aro now eiehty-six day schools, with an average at­ tendance of 1,849 .eighty-lour boarding schools, willi an average attendance o! 4,006 seven inctdatiiriJ and training schools with J,425 pupils and twenty-three con­ tract schools, with 709 pupils. The amount of cost of all tho schools is $807,276. On the general policy of educating the Indians, and ou other que...

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. — 11 December 1885

ffrr itittTOAOX 8AUS. Wte'amde in tb# payment *&t2f?C? hnndr^l anl forty-nlne itnd w»Mf toafchla claimed to be due and I* titie_at tf^e d*t* er talc amies upou a carta! Shrimttk JNly *x#r tiled a ltd dfliv.-i-Ad by Wtchtf IjjgtUX and hia wlfiKII«e I«4mix«nn viwpb t*lMnt tnd hie wife ArHne J«*loux ta ArRMpe*, bearing date the thirtieth day of October. A. T. 1«M. and duly worded fn ties wwi of the Rwliter of Peeda in arid for life* frounjt of Morrison and State of Minnesota e* JheSftt day of October. A. T). IMS, in Bo^FoT x«naaf(M. un pa»e 811. and no notion or pro* TVjnlnc at law or otherwise bavins been iaal] wtod to recdtfr thn debt wcured by Mid Mort- *K«.r **y rart thereof? NOW RHKRKKOHK. NOTICE IS HKltEBY ftlVW*. That by virtu* pf* 1 ($RL4r) (tower ©r*al« cvn- (ei»e11»i said Mortgage, ami wtnmaiit to the atatut? in such «ue mad* and provided, the :»eid Mortgage will be fiyeclos.-d, nrirl the prem­ ises dc*cril«d In and covered hv said Mortgage, Vis: Commencing at the iateiwt...

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. — 18 December 1885

WW-': m&m -•••.• 'Hy. '.:s.t :.:-r,V O I 1 0 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. E. H- FAjSlIli, Attorney atXaw, LITTLE PALLS, MINN. CHAS. A. LINDBERGH. ATTORNEY AT LAW. owe* makotte's brick block LITTLE FAL8, MINK CHARUS F. LAMB. ATTORXEY A.T LAW. «mcr IK XAROTTS'ff BLOCK, OAK irr. JUhirinow-N. P. Clarke, Lieutenant Govern­ or 01 limn, ITnitpri States Attorney D. B. Pearle, St, Clond, If inn. LITTLE FALDS' MINN. N. RICHARDSQN, Attorn«y «MI Countsllsr at Law. Agent for the Amorioan Agency & Collection Co. Bay* and Mil* real estate, nnd loans money on urns. Also lias a large amount of cheic'c laad and town lots for sale. LITTLE PALLS, MINN. E. 3. SMITH. Attorney at Law. —Office first door west of the Popular rink.— BITTLE FALLS. MINN. OfHcjlal. LYMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OP DEEDS, MORKTSOK CO US IT, MIKN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. '.Pay Taxes, lias LandB for Sale. OFFICE AT:C0URT U0U8E, LITTLE FALLS, .. MINN. leoh houde, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judicial bistrict. MOUUISOX COU...

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. — 18 December 1885

V- ..i i" -t Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. A GAIJCJANT Buch ifl the ADMIRAL. He Cast th» Heads of Thirteen Moor* Int fc Tub of Pork—Old John Benbow* From th# London Telegraph. A new war-3hip waa recently launch ed in Englapd which was named aftej John Benboow, a famous admiral o! two centuries ago. He was descended from an ancient Shropshire family •which waa reduced in fortune by iti staunch and loyal adhesion to th« cause of Charles I. His father, Colonel John Benhovr, died when the futurt admiral was very young, leaving IIG other provision for the boy than thai indicated by the words he was "bred Iin to the sea.' Before 30 he became mas tor and part owner o! the Benbow frigate, employed in the jtrade, in which he would doubtless V,«.,,* #"77, navy. In tacked upon his passage to Cadiz by a Sallee rover, against whom, though iearfully overmatched, he defendedhia ship with heroic bravery. Although itho Moors boarded him, they were "quickl...

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. — 18 December 1885

,'m r. 7 :I--H A *«. eoln&go is •nspenl«A, they MA be readily ob­ tained by all who desire them If the nead at more la &t »ny ttmo apparent, tbelv ooinnge may borenewed. That dUuter has not already ovcftaked ns famishes no proof that DANGER DOBS NOT "WAIT upon «t continuation of fclie present alive*-eoln age. Wo have been saved By the most careful management andnnneual expedient* by a combi­ nation of fortunate conditions, and byaoonfl deut expectation that the course of the gov eminent in regard to silver coinaso wonld be speedily changed by action of oonicresa. Pros perliy hesitates npon our threshold, because of dance* and uncertainties surrounding this question. Capital timidly shrinks from trade, and investors are unwilling to take the chances ol the Questionable nhapeln whloh their money v/iJl be returued to them, while enterprise halts at a risk against which care and sagacious man* Mement do not protect. As a necessary conse­ quence, labor lacks employment, and Buffe...

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. — 18 December 1885

iH in w. 1 £k/ Dry Goods, rVW- fey c' 1 AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes Keady-made Clothing or MAURIN & MEDVED WILL BE FOUND THE LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, TINWARE & HARDWARE THB CCLIBItATID ORR PANTALOON OVERALL viiuni* imw «o nr. Produce iu exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call and see as. MAURIN & MEDVED. J. C. CONG DON, MERCHANT TAILOR. I have recently opened in rooms over Tuttle & €fturcliill's store a merchant tailoring shop, and am prepared to do all work in my line in good style and vilrfurnish the best of material. STAND W0BKH4HSHIP ARB FIT GUARANTEES. J, C. CONGDON Bring your wheat to A. J. vator in Little Falls and get the market price and honest grades and weights. W. CAN FIELD, Agent. THE OLD STAND-BY HARNESS SHOP jREPAUl WORK A SPECIALTY hqrm Sawyer's ele­ E, C, LEFEBVEE. 'i* .tt 4 I 3 3-» m#* JAMES STUART DKALKR IN STAPLE& FANCY AND A FULL LINE OF FRUITS, CON...

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. — 18 December 1885

on Last Sunday evening Rev. M. K. Pasco preached, at the Congregational church very interestingwrmon an "Labor and Capital" and renaritaf «n the satne sub­ ject will he coptftintd Rtttt Sunday eve­ ning. The speaker haa devoted much thought to the subject, and h)s hearers are interested by his words. A. W. Raymond of St. Cloud was in town oo Saturday last with & crew of men and teams on his way to the Platte river pineries, wit ere h* will ran a lumber camp this winter for N. P. Clark*. His eamp is about thirty miles from this place, and he expects to hunk about 1,300,000 feet. Jerry Wooimon, who shot and killed Ernest Penten at Grey Eagle, Tedd Co., three week ago, had his preliminary ex­ amination before a justice of the peace at Long Prairie and was bound over to appear before the grand jury, T|c hoods being placed at $440. He furnished the Vosdtf and wass allowed his liberty. There will be a Christmas tree at the Episcopal dhurch next Thursday eve­ ning, Chiiatmas eve. Money...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 18 December 1885

r: f! ,: 1 ti W I"" fT r.'fl General News* Condensed, Removal of Loala Bid's Body to Winnl V& Winnipeg Special:—Kiel's remains were brought to Winnipeg from Regiaia in a private car it} charge of two Catholic priests. Great difficulty was experienced with Gov. Dewdney in procuring the body. It was not known hero that the body was coining and thero was no one at the station to moot it, consequently no demonstration. A noparate engine was hitched to the car at the station here and" it was run across the river to St. Bonitace, where Riel'ti brother, Alexander, and a number of half-breeds were in waiting with sleighs to racoivo the body. They placed it on one sleigh and drove it to his mother's home at St. Vital, where all the family and relatives were in waiting to re­ ceive it. The grief of the mother and wife knew no bonnds when the body was carried in. The box was opened, disclosing the face, somewhat blackened and slightly disfigured. The body was washed and dressed before bein...

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. — 18 December 1885

1 PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS. Promptly at noon on the 7th, Gen. Mc Cook, secretary o! the senate, called the body to order and prayer was offered by the chapli'in, Rev. Mr. Huntly, after which Mr. Jim tids offered a resolution declaring John .Sherman the president pr« tern of th« senate. Mr. Voorhees moved to amend, to strike out tho name of John Sherman and insert instead tl name of Isham Hands. The an ondment was voted down by a party vote—yeas 29, nays 34, and Sher­ man was without division declared duly elected president pro tem. Mr. ^htirman and Mr. Harris both ab |titin-d from voting. Ujx.n the request of Secretary McCook Mr. S!urinan vraw escorted to the chair by »lrunnds and Voorhees and the oath of oflke was 'administered to him by Ed lnundn. Mr. Cullnm presented the credentials of Mr. Ivogau's re-election as senator from Illinois, and Mr. Pike presented those of Ur. Blair from New Hampshire. credentials were received, and Mewsrs. and Blair were at once sworn in by (resident. ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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