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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 January 1886

5 r' Ifvr, fl p, Litfle Palls Transcript. W. JL FtJLLKB, Publisher. U^TLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. A week or two ago there came to Dublin a young man who could speak no other language than the Iri3h, and who had to te accompanied by an interpretor about, the streets of the capital of his native country. The youth was born on the island of Boffin, ofi the Connemara coast, where out of some 600 or 700 inhabitants only nine epeak English. On this island they possess a rich treasure of tradi­ tions, folklore and old poems. Reference is frequently made to the fact that the law provides for the divis­ ion of Texas into four States, each of the largest size, and for their ad­ mission to the Union but this presup­ poses the consent of the people, which thus far cannot bo obtained. Down in the big Lone Star State, there is a general desire to have Texas remain "the largest and become the most popu­ lous State hi the Union, and nothing •will induce the people to consent to the partition of the State...

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. — 8 January 1886

#v/iM' mat VXZXAGK "H. v- tvfi-rS "uTtl" A 5 CHOOL svfter Tennyson. a bar, haH a bar, Eatt a bar o. .ward! Into an awful flitch, Choir and Precentor hitch, Into a mefls of pitch, They led the Old Huudred. Trebles to right of them, Tenon to left of them, Baaem in front of them, fifllowed and thundered. Oh! that Precentor's look, When the sopranos took Their own time and hook, From the Old Hundred. Screeched all the trebles here, Boggled the tenors there, fciisingthe parson'a hair, While his mind wandered Theirs not to reason why— This peal in was pitched too high Theiru but to gnsp and cry— Out the old hundred Trebles to right ottfeem, Tenors to left of them, Basses in front of them, Bellowed and thundered. Stormed they with about and yell, Not wine they Hang, nor well, Drowning the sexton's bell, While all the church wondered. Dire the Pracontor's glare. Flashed his pitchfork in air, Sounding fresh keys to bear Out the Old Hundred. Swiftly he turned hi# back, Reached he his hat fro ...

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. — 8 January 1886

fM!? *!W' fe |r' I.: Ml a$c*V*f Dry ®oods, I AT A, TANNER'S CHEAP STORE CASH Boots & Shoes TINWARE Keady-made Clothing at the old stane? OF MAURIN & MBDVED WILL BE FOUN© THE LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Hoots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, Sz. HARDWARE TH« CILKBRATKD OUR PANTALOON OVERALL IfiBBiJfTXD NETEB TO BIR Produce in exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call and see us. MATOIN & MEDVED. J. C. CONG DON, have recently opened In rooms over Tattle & Churchill's store a merchant tailoring shop, ami -am prepared to ilo all work in my Hire In ool style sand vifl lurnisli the best of material. Bring your wheat to WOBKIAHSHIP AND FIT GUARANTEED. J, A. vator in Little Falls and get the-market .price and honest grades and weights. W. CANFIELD, Agent. THE OLD STAND-BY HARNESS SHOP C. GONGDON J. Sawyer's ele­ WW5P JAMES 'ttwhSiaiii ta FANCY AND A FULL LIKE OF FRUITS, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. fcaf Beat stock of Cigars in town. Choicest brands of Tob...

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. — 8 January 1886

1! -A-* '. ^"3 ,.. List of letter* remaininguncalled for jWthepost office stLiUle Falls, Moriifcnn fcoanty, Mihrt., Jin. 1,18S6, which if not called for in doe month will be sent to jtbe dead Icticr'offiee: Brown, A. Henderson. G. L. I .Chadwick. James, Lnmou, Mrs. Mate Cnnltanv, Mnrjn Lumick, Miclml Vile, Mm. .Tus^nli McRea. Mw. M. -Farrow, Mm. Uttas. Marshall, Mr*. Win ,Hauler, Math Maray.A. Garkill, K. A,, Nikk«lsoc, Peter Call for advertised letters and give 'date. LLOHX WKTZKI, P. M. ,, Messrs. A. d. 1 Huuj&yrd and Parker McClure madeibe distance from Sank Centre to the heari'&f th lake. 10 miles, in 15 minuet's on Wednesday last with the ice boat. Tho-wiad wasonfloc boom anil had they dared Jo run straight be. fore it they would have gone much faster.—Sauk Centre Tribune. School Report, District Ns, 17. Following is the report of the seeond month of the pieseut term ofschool in "district No. 17, Buck man, Morrison county, Minn-: Whole i/iiiDlwr enrolled .28 Average dai...

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. — 8 January 1886

a &r $ \?y U\: v'£,' &• J.'-' MISS MIDFERN S WEDDING. HY IIBISN FORREST GkAVBS. "Father said that railroad would bring no good to us," said Martha Midfern, "and now Bis words have come true." Line." The engineer had been killed at his post, the telescoped train had caught lire, one passenger was takeu up for dead, and all the rest were Mrs. Dulcimer sighed. Even in a railway accident, luck seemed to goon the opposite side of the boundary fence, which separated the two estates of Dulcimer and Midfern. Why, she asked herself, could not the pleasant looking young man with the diamond studs have been flung into the arms of her four unmarried daughters, instead of falling to the lot of Martha Mid­ fern? "Going to recover?" said Mrs. Dul­ cimer. "That's what Doctor Paley hopes." "If you want any help in nursing him—" feebly began Mrs. Dulcimer. "Much obliged, I'm sure," promptly' answered Miss Midfern "but I don't require any assistance." Mrs. Dulcimer made no reply, but she glanc...

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. — 8 January 1886

't 1 MAB6HJKR1TJK. BY M. L. ARM8TBOHG. Tom Bentley and I were partners in a lucrative mercantile business in New York. Tom was a good sort of a fellow, a little eccentric, perhaps, bat upon the whole a frank, congenial warm-hearted friend. He was wealthy, and besides his house in the city he had a villa at Long Branch and a small summer residence in the Adirondacks bat this time we had come to a little ont-of-the way fishing village on the Penobscot to spend the summer, I think from the fact Tom had got tired of being angled for by mammas who had marriageable daughters. Tom was a great favorite with the fair sex. That is one thing I never understood about him.. While he was always attentive to their most trivial wants, he frankly declared himself per­ fectly indifferent to their subtle charm*. But it was his way, and I thought nothing of it. People seemed to come here mostly to build up ieir systems, instead of reducing them, and enjoy a few weeks of rest And yet, there were those w...

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. — 8 January 1886

j&lr*. s%£ A Beautiful Scary. Salt Lake has one ot the most intel­ ligent clogs in civuiion, tw thp iollowiu£ etory shows Tho owner of the dog is also proprietor of a sow. Hvery morn­ ing the-dog i» started off to drivo inc oow to ptiaturc, down noar the-Jordan. A lunch i«r tlie 4og is tied up in paper and fastened to liis collar. He wiii drive tiie cow to where ihuro is good pasture, and on hot days will then lie down in the shadow she casts, uioviug along as the cow moves, and thus keeping constantly in the shade. He does not touch his lunch until noon, when he slips the .collar it'om hi-) head, tears oil* tuo paper :ind devours his repast. He will theu, witli his paws, pu^l* the collar back over his -ad, aud toward evening starts thy cow for home. This story id vouched for by several persons who hu*c witnessed the dog's perform inee in fact some of the people of the vicinity .-ire in the habit of watching hiui every daj.— bait Luke ibu ,e. The fair thing: "Now, Mr. Over­ char...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 January 1886

}Jm PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Legal. £. H. FAB^HAM Attorney at XaWu UTTtE FALLS, JJXj&S. CHAS.A. trND^EjiGH, •ATTORNEY AT I,AW.- OKF1CKIN MAKOTTK'S P/RlCK BLOCK LITTLKFAJA XfiKN CHARLES F. IAMB. ATTORNEY AT LAW- OPTICS IS" MAROTTK'.S BLOCK,' OAK ST. JtKrRRKXRW— N. P. C'ftrVe, Liewtennnt Govern­ or Giltmn. TTnit"1 states Attorney l. B. Saarle, 8t. CIouil, Minn. LTTTLE FAILS' MIKN\ N. RICHARDSON, -Coniwrtlw at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Burt and Hell* real estate," mid Uan« money an nam*. Also lns. a law amount of choice |Md and town lots for wile. L1TTLK FALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH, Attorney at Law. -Office first door west of the Popular rlnk. LITTI.E FALLS. MINN. OJHci&il, LYMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORIUSOK COUNTY, MTKN. Will furntah Abs'racta,of Title. Pay Taxes. HM Lands for'Sale.'' OFFICE "AT^COURT HOl'SK, I E A S I N N iiEOir nam, Clerk'of the District Court. Seventh Judicial District. MORRISON COI1NTY, MINN, EntrlorforilomoMPmlfi. Min* Final P...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 January 1886

little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLEB, Publisher. ... IilTTLB FALLS, MINNESOTA. Cincinnati is 97 years old, and al­ ready is making preparations f05 her centennial in 1888. 1 The gain in savings banks deposits and in the number of depositors has been general throughout New England and NFCW York during the present year. In Connecticut the increase is nearly $2,000,000 mostly in manufacturing towns. The annual review by the American Grocer of the progress of the tomato canning industry in 1885 has just been published. It shows a heavy de­ crease in the output of these goods during the past year as compared with 1884^ The total pack this year' amounted to 1,434,000 cases of two dozen tins each, against 2,021,177 cases in 1884 and 2,913,579 cases in 1883. Wheat statistics of Europe and In. dia make it clear that the deficit this year was unusually small. The pre­ diction of a light demand upon Ameri­ ca for wheat is veriliea by the present state of the market. Exports of the week ending...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 January 1886

Oh. ri it ray lovo offended ma, And we had words together, Tojkhow her I would maater her, I whip her with a feather. II then she, like a naughty girl, Would tyranny declare it, I'd give ruy love a cross of pourls, And make her always wear it. ft still she tried to sulk and sigh, And throw avray my posies, I'd catch ihy darling on the sly, And smother her with roses. Bat should sho clinch her dimpled fists Or contradict her betters, I'd manacle her tiny wrists, With dainty, golden fetters. And if she dared her lips to part, Like many pert young mioses, I'd wind my arm about her wairit. And punish her with kisses. From the Spanish. THE GENTLE STBAJJGEB. Springfield Republican. Vis it not a lovely old house? Yes, I love it for its age I love all old things —old towns, old names, old china and silver." Miss Dorothy Milton smiled consciously. Sue was so young her­ self, she had so much of the sweet de­ light. of youth, shecould bear standing close in the gray shadow of age. "And old peo...

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. — 15 January 1886

iV.Vi'i I'm &•?: JI jiu a Dry Goods ATA. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes Keacty-made Clothing •A-T THE OLD STAND OF MAURIN & MEDVED WILL BR FOUND THE LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, "Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, TINWAUE HARDWARE J*« OKLKMATKO ©lilt PANTALOON OVERALL WAIBAHTED NEVER TO MP. Produce in exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call and see us. MAURIN A J. C. CONGDON, I have recently opened lit rooms oyer Twttle & Churchill's store a merchant tailoring nhon, an( am prepared to do all work in my line in goou style ytfu famish the best of material. VOBKHARSDP AHD FIT FIUAHAHTEIID. Bring your wheat to A. J. Sawyer's ele­ vator in Little Falls and get the market price and honest grades and weights. 'f&MM MEDVED. TAILOR J, C. CONGDON W. CANFIELD, Agent, OLD STAND-: HABNESS SHOP ir.. SUMMONS, .: «l»Ji of Wluft«kfta, .. __..^ 10•'clock.In tbelbr* poet^atinyotteeift the village of I.ittle Fulls to answer to Alfred Tanner...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 January 1886

•i?J 1 1 v? Gravelville Gleanlngg. Several New Years gatherings oc­ curred which seemed to be mnch en­ joyed by all participants. The beginning of school lias been postponed on account of a severe cough which is prevalent among the children. The appointment for religions ser vioesat L. A. Newell's next Sunday «vening has been withdrawn. Mrs. Brigpg gave a birthday party last week which proved to be a very enjoyable affair. Quite a number oTvisitors in town. Among them a few who have been residents here. Miss Octavia J©lot of Brainerd is visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. X. Goulet Miss Aleda Guernon litis been vtidt ing at Chas. Gravel's. Miss Guernon •nd Miss Braan are spending a few days at Belle Prairie. Dave Goulet presents a smiling countenance over a new boarder, which arrived there last week Tues­ day. Weight, nine pounds. School Report* District No. 16. Report of District No, 10, in Belle Pani rie, Morrison county -Mlair, for thed last iwo vr&Fk* 6f the term eliding Jan. 8,1886....

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 January 1886

&'• H#' I 1 :'.Y IM 'i |Viv\ vV, 1 ft V* r'fal IP- 1 te-f-Vl .' l?$/\ lisi! tesMW.- "EYFJW THIS SHALL PASS A WAT." Once in Persia reigtit cl a king, Who upon his signet ring Graved a maxim true and wise, WUkhilJielU before hut eyes Gave him counsel afe a glance Fit for every change and chance Solemn •worda. gnd those are they "Even thin shall pasa away." Trains of camels through the Band 'Brought him. govut from §ftpiarciwd$ .Fleets of galteys hro^h1the aba# Brought hlm'fearl9 to match witbthass, But h&count«Kj not h»B gain Trea»jiresvof th* mine or inkin, '''Wbaijia wealth?'- tfo kinjfc would say "jpvea this shall pass away."" In the revels of the court, At the zenith of hia sport, When the palins of all his guests Burned with clapping at his jests, lie, and his figs and wins, Cried: "O, loving friertdii of mine. Pleasure comes, but do not stay!" Even this shall pass away!" Fighting on a furious field Once a javelin pierced his shield. Soldiers with loud lament Bore him ble...

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. — 15 January 1886

of K*-P«le|f»t« John B. ItoymoDd of D»kut»i Fur go Spocmh John B. Raymond dipd Butirtu^y afternoon the 3d ineti, at 4:30 o! Ityphoul pmnimon-a. It is only five days Rlitco he-wati taken 1, uud until the past t«ro dayn Ite ha* not been considered in ttltich danger. The first of last weok ho re­ turned from Council Bluff* and Yankton, St}d Tueaday evening ho nt»Jopcd into Mr. *ol«om'» residence to telephone to his fnrm twelve niik-H distant. He remarked then that he had a pain in his shoulder And did not know what to make of it. Ills boarding place was not over fifty feet distant, and reaching there he fell on the »tep» ahd had to bo assisted to hia room. Medical aid was immediately summoned, but he rapidly grew worse and died. Mr. IJnyraond lias a largo farm near the tfty, and many warm personal Friends all through the North west. Heieaves oneson, soma eighteen years old, and two little daughters who are with Senator Sabiii'a family at Washington. The brother of the dccei«ed at Counc...

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. — 15 January 1886

-V V. jffi iwii' Tbe Tallest of Traw. Though there is every that California's big tree will maintain its supremacy as the mo4t massive col­ umn in the worlds forest, it mmt per­ force yield the palm of the altitude to the Australian eucalyptus. In the val­ ley of the Watts River, in Victoria, many fallen trees have been measured as they lie on the ground, and found to exceea 850 feet in length. One mighty giant bad fallen so as to form a bridge across a deep ravine. It had been bro­ ken in falling, but the portion which remained intact measured 485 feet in length, and as its girth at the point of fracture is 9 feet its discoverer esti­ mates that the perfect tree must have measured fully 500 feet. Its circumfer­ ence, five feet above the roots, is 54 feet. Another gnm tree on Monnt Wellington was found to be 102 leet in girth at 3 feet from the ground. Its height could not be estimated owing to the density of the forest. But its next neighbor, which was ninety feet in circumference,...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 January 1886

t: FR0FE8SIONAL CARDS. K. FABIHAM, H*. Attorney at UTTLE FALLS, MINN, €HA8. A. UNBBEEGH ATTOBKEY AT LAW. onncBiK kajwttb's nkicK bt/jck LMTTJC FAIA MINN CHARX.ES r. IAMB, JlTTORWEY at uw. omcl IK MASOTYC'S BLOCK, OAK ST. **r**KWCW—N. P. CI arte, Lieutenant Govern­ or Oilman. United States Attorney D. B. 0Mrle, St. Cloud, Mjnn. LITTLE FALI8' MINN. N. B1CHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Agent for tfae American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells real estate, and loans money «n sarae. Alto 1*8 a lan?e amount ol choice land and town lots for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. 8. SMITH, attorney at Law. ce first door west of the Popular rink.— LITTLE FALLS. MINN. Ofllclal. tYMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORIUSON COUNTY, MINN. Will tarnish Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. Rat Lands for Sal*. office at court HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, LEON Hanoi Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judicial District. JIOfctXTSON COUNTY, MINK, AV-Efttrie* of Homesteads, fllinp Final P™®' #»dany«th*r Loca...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 January 1886

lllSIii 3^7/.WT«v i»- f.rf •'. *w%x.' pfit® iftir "V&v -'--.4!\- v'- v?' 1- A/ ifc little Falls Transcript. W UTTLB FALLS, MINNESOTA. It is stated that Keen?, the actor, who suffered a stroke of paralysis at Omaha, and was obliged to to cancel all his engagements, was in the habit of smoking from twelve to fifteen black cigars each day. James R. Keene, formerly a great speculator, in supplementary proceed­ ings the other day, denied that he had any property, but was compelled to admit that his wife was rich from his gilts ten years ago. The Boston chamber of commerce has unanimously adopted a resolution which endorses most emphatically President Cleveland's suggestion of reciprocity of trade between the United States and Canada. But, on the oth­ er hand, the American Fishery Union is circulating a memorial, protesting against any action which looks to­ ward the renewal of free admission oi provincial-caught fish to American markets, and is getting numerous sig­ natures. The old ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 January 1886

rMangnall. '-'J.':' Give the Indian to the army,' Give the red mail to the soldier, Then shut off his fire-water Tell him that the barroom's nowhere Tell him that he must hoe potatoes, Put in wheat and be a swineherd. Teach hie maidens butter-mating, Pie construction, roller-stating How to wear a new fail bonnet How to don the gorgeous sealskin Tell him that if he'd a dude be, He must have a cane and mow some, Tell him that the daily papers He must read that he may know more More about his wife's dear mother More about politics, and so forth. Thus t-he Indian, thus the red man Shall become a noble pale-face. Louisville Courier-Journal. HOW IT CAME THERE. "Now you will coi^e into my own lit­ tle work-shop, and then you will have got over allthesight-seeing," said Cap­ tain Featherstonhaugh, bending ten­ derly towards the lady at his side. '"Preliminaries are very' fatiguing, I know, to our sort," ho went one hum­ orously. "Introductions to sisters, aunts and cousins, and all the 'sug...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 January 1886

m,y Mf. :.y -Yv 1 & .'V ^v«'..--': '-y S=S! ry mI -sar WM rty.'. AT A. TANNER'S OHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes try Goods, TMK CKLKBRATCD OUR PANTALOON OVERALL winuTCs 0P| vsn A tt ma ^"S'.-r 'v W Keady-made Clothing OF MAURXN & MEDVED WILL BE FOUND.TIM LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, TINWARE & HARDWARE STAISTD wur. Produce in exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call and see us. MAURIN & C. CONGDON, •ERCBAHT TAILOB. I have recently opened tu rooms over Tattle & Churchill's store a merchant tailoring shop, and rat prepared to do all work in my line in good style and furnish the bent of material. W0EKSANSB1P AND FIT 6DABAHTEBD. 1 MEDVED. J, your wheat to A, J. Sawyer's ele­ vator in Little Falls and get the market price and honest grades and weights. C. CONGDON W. CANFIELD, Agent. OLD IliND-BY HARNESS SHOP DKALRR IS STAPLE A: FANCS Qhjw Six moatha..... Three south!. ANp A FULL LINE OF FRUITS, CONFE...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 January 1886

mm 51 the Vwineee wee not befog wmdnMed totbebeet advantage by C. L. Foria, tfcegeaeral manager, but until recent Was also induced to assign to the com* teeny all of his rights and property connected with the Live Stock ompn *y. Mrs. Foss went to St. Paul to join ker husband yesterday 'afternoon. It Isateneral surprise to the people of Little Falls that Foss hss turned out M. he has, as he was a man that made the impression of a careful and honest business man. Of course thefbnsiness of the corpor ation will not undergo any) changes, except to be in different hands. E. Moore of St. Paul, the gentleman who was here looking over* the company's property a fow weeks ago, has been elected secretary And will arrive soon and take position is tho store as bookkeeper. Hon. J. Simmon? returned lasteve ning after a week's absence in St. Paul in connection with this matter, feeling xauch improved in health. Until further notice I will make a reduction of $1.00 p?r dozen on my cabinet photos. Th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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