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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 26 February 1886

-f I 1 *1 il proteftU$ lliW :r:tr&& ndt made to suit him. He made hinja&fjaMtktttouc^Bil it is douljtfu'V il JtlJt #9d tf reeeiveiV any votes— Uai another ballot be^h' ni.f ticke 1 in 1 1' J^e arljcje.pfovidiejd, iEthe figures. ^cajled Mttopftjaot quite soi diversified ii» pfesiblfe. 1 W wah 800 agaiifsth, atfd tlid fl»$ewOom^' Attorney, Village Election. y, Purtufthtt^cftlt^Ui^'boar^'of/count^1 The'-J village. tithes" ,*wc^i^ipniEjrV itj tejtf ftt' the Wri? rt hou^' -Frtftco 611 Tuesday, March 9^ lis ^ia/flft$rfioent^flflppjipt a county ntr oxeitiug some intereiit„and willjrticeivp totn^y Qn fcbe (i ntballot. W. F. Street 'OfBoyalto'n received {Jjvctes hnd (p. P. Ullej' apfMJifitfcd taxgoad/ on^, Mr. SfWfet'Hea^'WKtte attorney. Z'» *•'r wi'irtF "'lili'i' 'T^fC"TrtT~Tr::'! -j $ 9 a $ largest !OM'.iO co tier 4pe. Jt nynberever solp for a t^anco liei) rwijil IliroiigiiMhV 'C^yVLeorr •'tjfAftiW tll«'t' tl)eii( k«r safes 'reabhed "«V hfgh 'i niT&iWj, 'flhd (ihe 'hmicf-bo...

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. — 26 February 1886

WHrrE A AS SNOW. 'George Weafclterly, in the Quiver. from morning until evening r. ®ouBhfc lor peace and rest— lveat for a weary spirit, Peace for a troubled breast: va'ri wa8 hia seeking From dawn till set of sun Hw sine lay heavy on hitn, And comfort there was none. Then, in th« gathering twilight, knelt hini doun in pr&y©r, And the stars ahonc in upon him, And amiled upon him there And while he fcold his Father Of sin aa black as night, Thq pure white snow fell softly And liid the earth from sight. And wIibi, in bitter sorrow. He locked into the night, Behold, the earth shone brightly Wrapped in ilB robe of white! And the promise came to cheer him And bring him peace: "Although rillr Slna D1J,y as scarlet T.hey aha 11 ho white as snow." THE IIUS TERs'lIOLIDA ¥. The Trial* and Tribnlntions of a Chicago West Side Woman Who Determined to Have aMomo of Har Own, anil How She Had Her Own Way. Some years ago Henry Hunter was bookkeeper for a Lake street firm. And so he is still. Yea...

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. — 26 February 1886

"U FARM MANjdJEMENT. 2!Riects tf Publishing Extrav#gant Statements in Re«p.rd to Crop Yields. OoftfdL branches of Husbandry that Can Hot Be Carried 011 Without Oon- siderable Selp, Extrava&ftnt Statements. Most of the wild and recjdeas ventures} in farming, gardening, fruit-growing, and stock-raising are incited thereto bv some of the extravagant statements that •re published from time to time in the newspapers. As a ruto fhe statements are not altogether false, but thev are orable year. Quite likely the 'person who scores a marvelous success with a cortain crop in a particular year failed a dozen times before he made its produc­ tion pay expenses. A respectful silence is preserved in relation to all these fail­ ures, but a great noise is made over the single success. The publication of these great successes only shows what may possibly be accomplished under the most favorable conditions. It docs not show what can be done under ordinary con­ ditions. Neither does it show that th...

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. — 26 February 1886

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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. — 26 February 1886

Names of Section, ot Owners. or Block. Zogan ewJ of nci Thes Dugas nw.t *f nei andci of nwi ami nei of swi Logan sci of «i Hi Whitticr & Bull swi of iu£ and nwi of and nel of fwi Whitticr & linli *i of **3 and fj of mi Whittier A Logan ni of nwi and twi of nwi Lopan cj of r.w} ands-wi of i.cj Peter Van nwi of nc ia Dench twi Jos Dcidrich t'i of nuj Johnson si ofn*i Kerr niof sei Lyman Signor si ofnwi4and ii of fwi DELINQUENT TAX LIST. A List of Delinquent Taxes upon Real Estate within the County of Morrison, State of Minnesota, for the year A. I). 1884, remaining delinquent and unpaid on the first Monday in January, 1886, and the pen­ alties accrued thereon. (Continued from first page of Transcript.), (conunueu iiom ursi page The following descriptions are in township 41, range 29, Kerr nci of s«i and sei of sei and swj of nci 24 120 6 $0 (14 Kerr cci of nei ood of sei and sci of ewJ 35 9 20 1 04 TOWN OF BUCKMAN. The following descriptions or* in township 39, range 31. llold...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 March 1886

'J tl —t"i •*k "v ift & fi- iV l.s mm**aw. mKl] OECAH1J5SF ATTORNEY AT tAW. OMCK IN XABOTTCS NIGEI,MI N. A«ntRBH,ci»—N. P. Clarke, Usetftmnf Govern­ or Oilman. United States Attorney D. B. 8earle, Bt Cloud, Minn. LITTLJS EALD8' MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Atttrmy and Coansriler at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Bvfa aad aelln real entate, and kxim money on aame. Aim bat a lance «mionuft4f «hMce land and town lota tor aale. LITTLB FALLS, MINX. E.S. SMITH, Attorney at *v. —Office fiwt door we«t of the Popular rink.— LITTLE FALLS. MINN. Official, ZiTHAN SIGNCR. REGISTER OP DEEDS, MORRISON COUNTY, MIKN. 'Pay Taxes. Will tarnish Abstracts of Title. DMLands for 8al«. 9FFICR ATJCOURT UOF8K, LITTLE FALLS, MINK. LEON H6VDE, Clerk of the District Court. 8av«ntb Jtjisiil District. XQRITNON oouirrr, MINK, nd uiytthc^ fipoM Land Office bucinesn will be promptly «itf»oed'to. LITTLB FAUA MINN. S. P. FILLER, Justice of the Peace. EFLK* OB second floor of Marotte's block, Oak S...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 March 1886

'i:r,L little Falls Transcript. W. 7ULLHB, Pnblithar. XJTTLB FILLS, MINNESOTA. The United States district court at Dubuque holds that an ordinance re­ quiring peddlers to pay license is not in conflict with the constitution of the United States. is considered almost certain that the silver question will not be dis­ turbed at the present session of con­ gress. The sentiment is in favor of maintaining the present situation for ft year or two longer. The New England manufacturing in­ terests generally are said to be in bet­ ter shaps now than for several years past, and in some cases have advan­ ced wages voluntarily and in others have reduced the hours of labor. The year 1885 was a much more prosperous one for the fire insurance companies than the one that prece­ ded. The percentage of losses to in­ come was largely reduced, and the companies doing business in New York added upwards of $10,000,000 to their surplus. The question of returning to annual elections and to annual sessions o...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 March 1886

EL EMPEEADOE. Relics of M*zlaolllan'a Short Reign la alex ico—N«w D«ttili of hia Kxeeutlon at QuertUro. Boston Herald. City of Mexico, October 23, 1885.— Eighteen years ago last Jane the Em­ peror Maximilian fell, pierced by bul­ lets, on a hillside atQuerefcaro,aslight eminence which the tourist via the Central Railway may catch a passing glimpse of as he enters that interesting old town. But eighteen years have not sufficed to obliterate the memory of the Emperor. In the curio shops here you still find the "Maximilian dollar" with his effigy, and the beauti­ ful Paseo remains to testify to his purpose of making this enchantingly situated capital the Paris of the new world. A sturdily built, handsolne young fellow, himself the grandson of another Mexican Enperor, walks the streets of the city. This young man, accomplished and athletic, was adopt­ ed, by Maximilian as his heir, and, though a revival of imperialism is im­ possible, the Prince Iturbide, as he is universally called, ma...

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. — 5 March 1886

:vr VV •'fr. £.%•• VI' V- -'&• v. v: V'•: Boots & Shoes Dry A AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Iieady-made Clothing AT THE! OX.tJ STAND *F MAURIN & MEDVED WILLBE FOUNDTTHE LARGEST STOCK OP Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, THE CELEBRATED ORR PANTALOON OVEFAL 4TAB1U5TED NEVEB TO EE?. Produce in exchange for goods at the Ihighest market price. Call and see lis. aurin & edyed. J. C. CONGDON, I have recently opened in rooms over Tiittle & 'Churchill's store a merchant tailoring sh^p, and am prepared to do all wttit iH Hiy line in good style and \vill fiirnish the best of material. WOBKUNSHIP AND FIT GUiBAHTEED. J, C. CpNGDON —o— The Elegantly Furnished PalacE. «©N HOUDE, -PROPRIETOIi -t- Stocks! FOR #AL^!. Engines, BOILER, Ultie IP- Taw Mills. A Specialty made of the Qiant Iirect Portable SAW Mill. One can now be seen at work four miles west of Ft Ripley, and inspection is invited. SP-As a means of introducing the machinery, I ...

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

I If 4--^— new men and tax papers !jare placed on the council. The o^ly .Argument Mr. Medvid advocates* for a re*"ieciion,ia that if he should turn the vijlrge government over to any one else that the village would be run in debt again. According to that lie believes that he is the only proper man to' be mayor, and should always ,be retained there. The si atom Pi.t bf-ing circulated that Mr. Richard is a high license nian is utterly false. Whet Leer it would gain or lose him friends should he be a candi­ date has nothing to do with the matter, and tve know personally and positively that he does not favor an increase in the liquor liceusc. He wouldn't change his opmniou if he thought he wa* right, if the change would gair. him every vote in Little Falls. Favorable for the N. P. Exnrcss Company. St. Paul Globe: The question of the right of railroad companies to refuse to carry express matter and the ngeuts and messengeW of the express companies over their lin s, which was decided by t...

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. — 5 March 1886

is r- if. Sr I"': fit OttlLUlttOlC. ''Oh, My love ha« cheeks na red Aa the rbiel" 80 thelovor cries, mi»led, For the idea that his sdnfc Ever knew the use of paint Nevtr c&meinto his head, I suppose. "Alabaster is her thro At!" Hear him talk! Hiw he never chanced to. note How Irifl darling faintly blushed, Am with dainty hand she brushed From .the lapel of his coat Powdered chalk? •'And her form Is Just divine!" What a fool! Come, fond youth, to m« incline, And I'll whisper ift thine ear Softly so that none-can hoar The whole secrot I opine— Cotton-wool! "But her wealth of golden hair Rippling down!" All save you are well aware That the hair within whose mesh She has causht a lover fresh Nightly hangs upon a chair With her gown. See her flirting now, dose pressed In tho waltz. Come, forget her! That id best. Trust me. I, too, loved her once, And I learned at last, fond dunce, That her heart's like all the rest— It is false! Somerville Journal. POOR PILUQUESNE Chesterfield is the...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 March 1886

-vm 1 i. BILL NYE'S LETTER My Dear Son:—I tried to write you last week, but didn't get around to it owing to circumstances. I went away on a little business tower for a few days on the cars, and then when I got home the sociable broke loose in our once happy home. While on my commercial tower down the Omeh&w railroad, byin1 a new well diggin1 machine of which I had heard a good deal pro and con, I had the pleas­ ure of riding in one of them sleeping cars that we read so much about. I am going on fifty years old, and that's the first time I ever slumbered at the rate of forty-five miles per hour, in­ cluding stops. I got acquainted with the porter, and lie blacked my boots in tho night unbe­ known to me, while I was engaged in slumber. He must have thought that I was your father, and that we rolled in luxury at home all the time, and that it was a common thing for us to have our boots blackened by menials. When I left the car this pointer brushed my clothes till the hot flashes r...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 March 1886

I 1 I I im |U* .•**•.•"? »*AVM 111 STAN'S ft FANCY AND AFULLLtNttO* FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY TdfeAOOO -ajni 'l¥ mr Bent atock of Cigars in io#n^ Choicest brands of Tobaooe. 4 Arctic Soda Water Alwftys 00 Draught. Store 011 HORSE FURNISHING OOOD8,8AD DLfiS, COLLARS. ETC. Repairing and Cnrriage Trimminp Done «nd Promptly Attended to ROYALTON. MINN. FURNITURE STORE Thn undersigned has lately opened a well ccleotert stoqk of furniture, which be will fell i,t bottom prions. The assortment is large and varied and represents latest styles of kuknittjke, WALL PAPER, CURTAINS & WIND O W FIXTURES. A complete line of Coffins and Cankets Kept Constantly on Hand. Chas. Gilpatrfck. E0Y ALTON, MINN Fesi' of d|Mo»ery, when tke mtrtm lalse hair and dyes, lg h1 si p* ilol a ^1^.:,./ dye, jjjjpq •a* Smm STUART Oak St.. LITTLE FALLS. MINN. THE PLATTE HOUSE KOTALTONjOHINW. SAMPLE ROOMS AMD /^O^StABL.ES IN ONNECTION "tiferms Reasonable. PATRONAGE 80LIC1TED. GEORGE W. BOYCE, Proprietor j——y———W—' MERCHAN...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 March 1886

rl 1 VOI. 10. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I.f-iriU. E. II. FABJfH Ajr, Attorney at law. riirrLE falls, minn. CHAS. A. LINDBERGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OPFlCE IN .MARorfK's RttlCK BLOCK LITTLE PALS, .... ^IIN«' CHARLES F- LAMB. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFfliS* fN JfAnGTTK'8 Ii[,OCK, OAK ST. it^fCE9^-N. I\ Clftrlte. lieutenantG*V£tn 'or Oilman, Unite# States Attorf^ 1). B. Sehfle, St Cloud, Minn. •LITTLE PALDS' 'itlXN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellgt' at Law. Agent for the American Agefrcy & Collection Co. Buys and sells real 'e,state, and lonns ijioney ,011 same. Also lifts a large amount of choice 'land and town lots for Mile. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH. Attorney at Law. -Office first door west of the Popular rink.— LITTLE FALLS. MINN. Oflloiivl. ITMAN signor. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOTtlilSON COUNTY, MINN. Pay Taxes. Will fnrnish AKstritctsof Title Has Lands for Sale. OFFICE AT COLTI:T nout'E, LITTLE FALLS, MINN LEOX IIMD1, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judicial District. MOKKISON C...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 March 1886

-i— r:"^ ••'-o little Falls Transcript. W. M» 7ULLEB, Publiibti, LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. Cleveland, 0., now claims a popula­ tion of 210,000, and is increasingrap idly. The rapid growth o! the leading western cities is one of the wonders of the present age. Three thousand colored people have left the southern states for the extreme west, and as many more will shortly follow. They go, they say, because ^they are offered regular wages as farm hands, and are becoming impoverished in the south by high rents and small margins. More snow has been seen in England this winter than for a great number of years. In the Moreland districts of the North thesnowdrifts have been so deep that in some instances they have been tunneled and solitary houses have, with difficulty, been supplied with the necessaries of life. Senator Miller of California is slow­ ly passing away. While nothing to cause special alarm has happened, his friends feel satisfied that he cannot recover, and that it is only a mat...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 March 1886

traranrsos'* Jated utest. 1 London Cable: The literary sen satioa of the week has been Tennyson's poem called "Vastnesa," printed in Mac* mi|lan Magazine. It is apparently a satire on various contemporary political and social movements. The following are the moat striking verses: A heart upon our dark globe sighs alter a, *muioiicu iUCV Many a planet by many a sum may roll with the dust of a vanished race. Saving politics never at rest, as this -poor earth's pale history runs, What is it all but a trouble o! ants in Clie gloam of a million million of suns? Iaes upon this side, lies upon that side, truthless violence mournVl by the wise Thousand! of voices drowning his own in a popular torrent of lies upon lies. Faith at,Her zenith or all but lost In the gloptn of doubts that darken the schools, Craft with a bunch of all-heal in her hand followed up by her vassal legion cfj ', fools, Stately purposes, valor in battle, glorious annals of army and fleet. Death fort lie right cause.deat...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 March 1886

BIrwji|Ti $¥• 1/* $ ft1 mmf: iW mtw* Vf: Li i-fli-i 1 '/•4 -1 r* Hr V«, y» *•-, ""few Boots & Shoes Dry AT A. TANNER'S "CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, ^Produce in exchange thigh est, market 5es~ Keady-made Clothing AT THE OLI3 STA3MI3 OF MAUR.IN & MEDVED WILL BE POUND ,THB LARGEST STOCK OF Goocis, Groceries. Clothing, Boots & 1 1 Shoes, Hats & Caps, fINWAEE & H^RIw 3 -7 1 THE CELEBRATED ORR PANTALOON OVERM, WARBAXTED NE7HR TO 2IP» J. C. CONGDON, •ERCHAST TAILM I have recently opened in rooms over Tuttie & Churchill's store a merchant tailoring shop, mil am prepared to do all work in my line in good style and Fill furnish the best of material. HARNESS SHOP •r~. «v»,.: REPAIit WO® A SPECIAL TY. SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR for goods at the price. Call and see us. Maurix FFIOMUUNSIIP FIT GMMITEU. J, C. CONGDON THE OLD STAND-BY Medved. & E. C. Lefebvre. JAMES STUART. DEAbER IN STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES AND A FULL LINE OF FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY TOBACCO Ajsm JSllgil&...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 March 1886

(,1 irii«h^iii Mmkmm »$fe iii WiMMhlll *?. A #1«sd(|pe ^dlfifted. (^fiditioi|8 nearly a year ago war­ ranted lis irn»jftbliBbiug an item in tbe issue of April 3, 18S5, which we now reprint below.and the prophecy and pledge have been, faithfully fulfilled. jWe have had the itwn in mind several times, and thoagtit we would enjoy reprinting it at about 'this date. Tbe item referred to is: 'Jttind WtiKis Gan Never Die, As a fact Worthy ef mention we will dtate'tbat Mr. Goeta wad not appointed Tillage attorney on Wednesday even­ ing, and that he will not be until Mr. Medved i-emoves Mr. Farnham, which he announces bis intention to do. Keally nowj 'Mr. Medved, we hope you \vill not do so. We helpnd elect you, in fact were the first of our citizens to ptiblicly advocate your reelection, and !'it would be embasassing to your friends "to have you make such a break. Of course your position as president of the village is one which brings to you many responsibilities, but try, please 'do, to be...

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. — 12 March 1886

ivir J. .'•i.'iV- 5 H''^' fev- fc fer: a:?T mr !&:• /$&.• jfeifc fe te SA |V m. «S, t6\ f* SftBiUHCaCDME. She kissed me, my beautiful darling, I drank the delight of her Ups The uniyerse melted together, Mortality stood in eclipse. A spirit of light stood before me, 1 heard a far rustle of wings The kings of the earth were as beggars, And tho beggars of earth were as kings. RICHARD RSALF. MUTINY AND"MUBDEB. Man's Extremity Amid Wind and Wave. American Rural Home. We were becalmed in mid-Pacific. The sails swelled no more than if they had been molten sheets in the tropical sunshine. Yet there was something strange about the sea, for it was rough. We had been making good time the day before and I concluded we must have come into a region over which some storm had passed. It was the dry season, too, and I could not ac­ count for it. But a man finds a good many things on the high seas that he can't readily account for, however scientific he may pretend to land-lub bers to be. Wh...

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. — 12 March 1886

LYRICS OF HIGH CULTURE. soiramc ipibodk. "Tw'w ceased to love me, John, I fear. A great change has come over you loo 3* not sit beside me, dear, ^•nd hug me you used to do 1 'Tounted to praise my ejo, my hair, ^A®doften kissedmy Hps and wow When we sat on one rocklng^hair— Dmt John, why don't you do so nowl •Ton uaed to call me your delight, Balu you were proud my love to win, And kept me at the gate at night Till ma would come and call me In. *Tpu called me then your ownest own, lour popey pet, you did, you know That happy time is past and gong— Ah, dearest, what has changed you sol" John laid his paper on his knee. And hoye a sigh, and said: "I fear Whatever changes there may be You've brought about yourself, my dear. "This much, at least, you must confess Whene'er my visits I would pay, Ton did not meet me In the dress In which you'd been at wo all da?* ••Your hair was not in paper curls, Your slippers flapping on your feet You were the prettiest of girta, With everything about y...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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