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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 25 June 1886

.... %8j^l & r1 i(f-i '. ft'"' &$* li-. is- .:!-V fs:V ?fc V- hi/. vV'ift The MweerAW«%^ *TOK GREAT JfOTRHW«8^WW|i^lW^|i JNTO WNB Imfc who have felt ih»t ita price made the luxury too expensive: ANNOUNCEMENT. Followln* the example of the lending New Yerk and Ohlrapo dallies, the prtWofthe.P^ nm Praw will, from this day forth. he reduced to ei«ht dollars per year for the dally, ami It Will do more than this. It will fcrnhh Its renders abetter paper for less money than here tofore. It4 proposes' to deserve not only all the support it has been receiving, but a large and snfwtantial increase of popular flavor. The new rates of the Pioneer Press are as lol lows: DAILY (NOT IxetuttNO SUNDAY). 1 yr In advance 18I Stno*. in advance 92 6 mos, 4 16 weeks, DAILY ANN SUNDAY. 1 yr in advance flO 8 mos, in advance..t2 60 6 mos, ....... 51 weeks, .. 1 00 SUNDAY ALONE. 1 vr in advance I2i 8 mos, in advanoc...soc 6 mos, 1J1 mo, ..:30c TBI WEEKLY—(Dally—Monday, Wednesday and Friday.) 1 yr in ...

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. — 2 July 1886

'C' A I VOL, 10. PROFESS!QKAL CARDS. ^X.35Stil. H. II. FAMHAM, Attorney atXaw, 'LITTLE FALLS, MINN. •rf'tJHAS.,A. atoH686H, ATTOKNEY AT I,AW. omcr. IN* MABOTTE'H ISKICK BWCK LITTLE FALS, E.B.'PREBXJE:, Attoi'i»cy at" Law. Office First door hbrf« oi j!c it-hint". Hotel, LITTLE FA LIS. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and. Counsellor at Law. Agent for the America-u Agency Collection Co. Bm* mid s«lb real "estate, fend loans moim riil-uiinc. A'.: «.*»*«( nnanuto* «W»« 'l?.nd and town l«ts* for wile. FALLS, MINN. JOH N W. "WILLIS, Attorney at law, Litigation eondrintc.] in nil .«tnlo and Fudemi T'ourta. 'r'Okvtions mmi? inp iul parts ol the tjuiteti Taxes ttu*! /triil Real Ivsaite niunii^C'l ir 'son UoHrl'nt.:- OvH i* *. Kiit. Ocrr. AM. Ufl'rtk TVuiltfin^ SAINT I'.M'L. Oilifinl. "LYMAN sighoh. REGISTER OF DEEDS, vohkison cotJS-rv, mim ,h A'»r»tv«.*-ts »f Title. I"**" wm r-i v'r.s Lands ff-v ^ilo. oFi'H'i7. A T:CM:KT HOURK MT'i'T.T' FA LLS. JiEAT KSTATK, LOAKS AND 1K Btrt.uNcr OF'. I' E IN MAUOTT...

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. — 2 July 1886

.•-•A' J(Vr ij its* I 'J Little Falls Transcript. W. M. JULLEB, PobUsfaar, XJTTLB FALLS, MINNESOTA. England, it is said, is not altogether satisfied with the Canadian manage­ ment of the fisheries question—a report that finds support in the stop* page of the seizures and other unfriend­ ly actions. Dispatches coming from all the im­ portant wheat-growing counties oi California indicate that the largest crop oi grain that has ever been reap­ ed in the state is now assured. Noth­ ing can occur, after this to seriously affect results. In most places the grain is ripe or nearly so harvesting is in actiye progress, and in a few weeks the grain will be safely threshed and sacked. President Depew, of the New York Central railroad, told a Chicago re­ porter that'his company had never run a fast train to Chicago that paid* They lost money, on every berth, every meal, every privilege they sold. But the public demanded fast trains, and Mr. Depew saidrhe believed that faster trains would be run...

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. — 2 July 1886

£'•. ».?• "I lovo you," ho whispered low, In joy, for a moment bold And suddenly, white as mow, "I lovo you—she turn 3d her face. His heart overfilled with fear When lo! on her cheeks the tracs Of one tiny passion-tear! .V-v A BETROTHAL. The warm little hand grew cold. "I love you," again he said, And touched the soft finger-tips But shyly she bent her bead, To hide the two trembling lips. "I love you," he geutly spoke. And kissed her, sweet, tearful-eyed The rose-blossom fetters broke "I love you, too," they replied. -Frank Dempster Sherman in theCentury. THE RICH HUSBAND. "Wonders will never cease," said Mrs. Noakes, as she opened a letter I »he had found beside her plate at breakfast. ''Here is Cousin Corner joming home alter all these years. And such a letter. Just listen, my dear." 'Dkaii Cousin*:—Isuppose thatyou have ,»ll made up your minds th«t I Jim dead but I'in alive, as you see, and coming home. I'm tired of mera money-grubbing, and those who have made fortunes know that...

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. — 2 July 1886

i$r- •3:, IV mm ©REAP t,n^MM X/ SiS^i% rf* Boots & Shoes Dry Goods, .... .-•.,- LITTt® FALLS, Produce in exchange for goods at the "highest market price. Call and see us. Maurin I *r A A Keady-made Clothing OF *. E|.SCH£NCE, Fire, Tornado. & Accidental nVStTB A.ISTCXE!, -REAL ESTATE BOUGiT AN|D SGMV .Houses to rent, -c Money loaned at lowest urates, Qfflce In Maratte'^ Bri?k Block. PHILIP HOSCH, IM#} #j tltMJI '"Lf t-'.- fsf if Ur 'Vf •sit & MEDVBD WILL BE POUND,THE .LARGEST STOCK OP Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hat's & Caps, TINWARE & HARDWARE Medved. & MIS!«T. r'( ac- *tt mzz® SV'TFS ,/A /f 14^5 V' LE pRAjam fift Baijmt cpeftMa N&er Store Pirairie, neae ahetlrpfjK ami h&f/bfr sale a full.stock o/ Dry Goods, Shoes '& lad everything tbfit a farpi er wante to buy. Tt fe an Entire New Stock '"'«BL KINDS OF FARM PRODUCE Wanted at good prices. WM. A. BUTLER. BELLE PRAIRIE, MINN. JAMES STUABT. DJtALER fN STAPLED FA^C¥ AND A F-ULL LI2?...

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. — 2 July 1886

4 A m*r GravelvQle de*ajain*a. A "cool" wftfft.uext, please. The late rainsb^vn m^.4nf|iwnd the crops fn tbi* vMtHy. Geo. Goulet regportrf-cropa la prosper. out condition 0* the fifing Dakota farm K. G. Newell of tkttilc Rapids has been speeding a few dayrfwuh his brother here. Last week one of the dams -up on the Platte gave way, arfd'WHter camo with a rash. Another b^hiM#fQ )aflt Sainrday. It passed ooe mifeWth 'of here and did little damage. Paul Pbaaanf ^rtte a 'dance on Thow day evening oT this week' in the upper «oom of the shop. 1 Mines Nellie and Laus* Tanner spent last Monday at the htrftte' of the former near Gravelville. Mrs. Chan. Bam hart hbe ju«t retained 'from a few weeks' visit with friends Mr. IS. is away on a business trip. Qtiite a number of onr houses have been treated to a coat of paiqrt, 'which improves their appearand Very touch. Mr. and Mfs.lV X, Gd&lct visited St. Paul and Minneapolis last week. We understand they: purchased some elegant iurnilore for jr...

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. — 2 July 1886

*'#1 I |l 1 rJp Mi ,BT GOT DE MAUKA88ANT. It was tea time—they ha£ not yet' brought in the lamps. The city over­ looked the sea the vanished sua had left the sky all rosy with his passing, as if rubbed with dust of gold and the Mediterranean, without one wrinkle, without one quiver—smooth and shin­ ing under the dying light—seemed an Immeasurable sheet of polished metal. Far away to the right the denticu­ lated mountains outlined their dark profile against the paling purple of the sunset. They were calking about love—dist cussing the old, old subject—telling things that had been told and retold a thousand times before. The sweet melancholy of the twilight lent a lan gour to their words—filled their hearts with vague emotion, and theold wordf "love," incessantly repeated, some­ times by the deep voice of a man, sometimes in the lighter timbre of a woman's speech—seemed to fill all the little room—to flit through it like a bird—to haunt it like a ghost. Was it possible to love onfor s...

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. — 2 July 1886

4 fl v. .. t\ II ..* ¥^M J»t city for ana bener- S»£fe«K» l" Edmunds' resolu f«d» an amendment to of debate on mo- w6ne to xecoaald^r. wiM agreed to and the roles were amended according!*. Mr. Plpmb offered the following resolu tion, which .was. a (treed to: Calling on the eecretary ^^e interior lor information aat*bow many eutriea of public land have been canceled for fraud', after investigation ojr a special agent and after the hearing conducted in accordance with rales of prac­ tice, from and during 1883 up to this time, and whether any and what entries baa been canceled solely on reports of special agents, and whether any and what entries canceled for frauds have been rein­ stated on the taking of testimony, etc. The senate committee on public lands amended Senator Mitchell's proposed amendment to repeal the pre-emption and timber culture laws. HOUSE.—The naval appropriation bill Eill assed and the sundry civil appiopriation was considered, discussion taking lace on the financia...

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. — 2 July 1886

WMm kMil PWiff# &§& it it wu& $Htf-ifertlHto ftlh? ^««VkiiW »,A$w ytsr lu v« & v#'i- w- m- •v, ir DS. J- '. !yK.- Iff ST" ii p'-'\ fe- smik I Si 4 number oJ .fires tised. ncehe tins |"f lluJSBHntQ axbyft* tbO J^'ntwar /, strceta-afce ap*V toim AW oihe* '••*$wi',jlptt' ries, and out liuysee arc "to«I#1ri\•$y•. %mw»t.fa||pute WUM*4 twenty navvfefc at one's dodrfond half *as? taany V^hmbeits in one's houl^ Imagine *lte ^eno if iyou can. But wait^ttiey -are through at last. Now dprnes the Gas ln spectoiy then the Fire Marshal, and after examining tilings pronounce them all safe. Then all hands fall to work/nail^ dowrithe boaTtls on the floors andiaofcing down the carpets'and trying to firing order out, of ?haoti as speedily as possiblia. When iill that is through with we sweep flown 'the soot from the bncli wallw ot the grates ^'incl whitewash* them,, then put a lighted tajwr into the grate, that hns'rbefen lUierl with cruc ibles, such as aroused for snip­ ing purposes, ...

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. — 9 July 1886

4 rw it 4:' 1 IBpr* 7 mm «v vS vor. 10. Lejjfal. *2. H. FABWium, atLaw. umn. LITTLE FALfcSr- A. ATTORNEt AT W. OFFICE IN KAFEOTR^«( BFCCK BI.OCX LITTLE FAL8, MINN E. B. PREBLE, Atfitrfioy stLaw, OmcE: First door norti ^Merchant* Hotel. LITTLE FALLS, filNN. N. RIQHA£RPSON, Attorney and Coun^eHoi* at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells real estate, and loans money on some. Also lias a large amount of choice land and towta lots for sale* ... -,-...... JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney at ItfW. Litigation conducted In all State and Federal 'Courts. Collections made in all parts of the "XJuited States. Taxes Paid and Real Estate managed for Non-Residents. OFPICE Nat. Ger. AM. Bank Building gAINT PAUL, M..NN Offlolal. LYMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRTSON COUNTY, Mllfa*. Pay Taxes. Will fnrnish Abstracts of Title. Has Lands for Sale. OFFTCE AT^COURT IIOUSK. LITTLE FALLS. MIJTN. M50S HFLCDK, Clerk of the District Conrt. Seventh Judicial District.' j. MORRISON ...

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. — 9 July 1886

r„ -jVj V' s,:' •/'. &*'?• wm& v" ,'-y rftf it 7* T" "3U' V'? r'r n-ir- r, Little Falls Transcript. W. JL FULLEB Publish**. LITTLE FAL^S, 2S0TA. The population ol Brooklyn, N Y. by the federal census of 1880 was 560, 908. The compilers of the new directory of that city, just published (which contains 175,761 names), es­ timate that the present population is 768,075—an increase of 201,412 in less than six years. The Atlanta Constitution, noting the fact that very little headway has been made thus far in the efforts to prevent the overflow of the Mississippi River by levees, says that "it is evi­ dent that the river improvements of the future must be on a much larger and more costly scale than anything that has been attempted in the past, but it is now pretty well settled that the country at large does not propose to foot the bill." The royal princes of France lately banished from home, had taken their precautions against unforseen events. The Duke do Chartres had secured a mo...

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. — 9 July 1886

AS IBISH ELOPEMENT. "Arden Hill, my. dear old chappie, of all others I was most anxious to see you to-day." The speaker was rather a good-look mg young fellow, who wore the cap and gown of a student of Trinity col­ lege, Dublin, and as he spoke he laid his hand familiarly on the shoulder of a friend standing at a bookstall by the college wall, and absorbed in the pages of a volume picked up haphaz­ ardly. 1 "Well, Dillon, what is it?" I think you will do me a service, which, while it will not entail a great deal of trouble on you, may help to secure my future happiness." "Of course, it goe3 without saying that I will. But what makes Maurice Dillon look solemn as an undertaker at his wife's funeral?" "This is not the place to tell you, Hill. Come across to the 'Star and Garter,' and over a chop and a glass of bitter beer you can hear the story." Seated in a quiet corner of that snug hostelry Mr. Dillon commenced: "You area Kings county man, Hill— Tullamore, I believe." His companion ...

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. — 9 July 1886

r, }»•. AS IRISH ELOPEMENT. "Ardeu H|ll, tiny deaf old chappie, of all others I was most anxious to see you to-day." The speaker was rather a good-look­ ing young fellow, who wore the cap and gown of a student of Trinity col­ lege, Dublin, and as he spoke he laid his hand familiarly on the shoulder of a friend standing at a bookstall by the college wall, and absorbed in the pages of a volume picked up haphaz­ ardly. "Well, Dillon, what is it?" "I think you will do me a service, which, while it will not entail a great deal of trouble on you, may help to secure my future happiness." "Of course, it goes without saying that I will. But what makes Maurice Dillon look solemn as an undertaker at his wife's funeral?" "This is nob the place to tell you, Hill. Come across to the 'Star and Garter,' and over a chop and a glass of bitter beer you can hear the story." Seated in a quiet corner of that snug hostelry Mr. Dillon commenced: "You area Kings county man, Hill— Tullamore, I believe." His ...

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. — 9 July 1886

'4,. Vr, "fr & j£ CHEAP CASH '..STORE Boots ft Shoes Dry Goods, AT THUI MATCtm v#-v Keady-made .Clothing OF & MEDVED WILL BE fOUND.THE LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, TIN W ARE HARDWARE ORR PAIinLOMCWniAl witnu*n» jnmta i® Jr. Produce in exchange (or goods at the highest market price. Gall and see us. Mauri*& Medved. H. B. SCHENCK, Fire, Tornado ft Accidental —REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD Houses torent, Money loaned at lowest rates, Ott«e tiMartttel Brick Bloek. tn^LB KALL6, ..... MINN PHiLIP HOSCH, •EBCHAIT TAILOR. wfimisHip in nf nttiRBD.' Booms tkeBhodtie Building on Oak Stiffeet Opposite Butter'sstore. THl OLD STAND-feY A "t.f WORK ti SPECIALTY. 4*" BELLE mm—a E. C. MM PRAIRIE. WM. A. BUTLER talc a full §tock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats & Caps, A«i emfiklnKihttU Ik «r wants to lrajr. It la an Entire New Stock! ALL KINDS OF FARM PRODUCE WMKM at JAMES STUART. DMIIR IR STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES AND A FULL LINE...

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. — 9 July 1886

J. 5 4~J ri 1 I 1 I 4 A Card. To tbe Public of Morrison County: Having yielded to the solicitations of »luge Dumber SBST9. d: of the voters of this county to become a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds, 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for said office at the next general election, aad shall endeavor to secure the Democratic nomination, and I tak« thia meant to let my friends in thia couaty know it. Thanking them for past favors aad asking their support In my new under­ taking I remain at ever a friend. J. D. LMBAMCI. U5CLAIKKD LKTTKitS. LlstofleUets office *t Little Ft antl, July 1. Ittd month will be seat I* the Dtad Letter ettecs lenafoiag uncalled for in p*t .ittle F«tl& Xorrlaoa county, Mina« LlMS, wcfa 1/ sot called Jbrinooe Burklns^ntarlM W. Bishop. Wa. Clark 4 Oo. H.J 8. Colliaon, John Canaingham, J. dy, Mrs. rhltaoa Carls?, W. O. Cadi Gagnon, Alinst Haasoe,Amos Heald, B. M.-2 Humv. Oaocge O. Jahr, Miss Xi|Mw Xnuuaer, Miss Bertha Koldora, O. J. Lanwe* QMM L...

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. — 9 July 1886

.iix f—4 DK. REED'S HOUSEKEEPER BY FLORENCES RKVERK PJBSNDAR. "Doctor Nathaniel Reed! Yes, thia must be the house,'' muttered a very prim looking little body, as she peered through her glasses at the door-plate, and from it to a newspaper clipping which she held in her hand. As she awaited the answer to her modest knock her thoughts ran very much in this wise: "What a pity! Such a nice garden as it could be made," her eyes taking in the mass of weeds that flourished on either side of the broad flagged path leading down to the high stone wall and iron gate that shut out the dusty road beyoncl. Then, as her glance wandered to an awry blind and the tarnished door-plate, she exclaim­ ed half aloud: "Poor man! It looks as if he needed somebody to put things to rights. The advertisement says a nice, quiet, el­ derly person." Here a dimple stole into view and played hide-and-seek about this little body's,yes, sweet mouth, for there was no gainsaying the fact that her iips possessed a daint...

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. — 9 July 1886

AN OCEAN MYSTERY. A TRUE STORY. Though it is nearly twenty years ago since the events related below oc­ curred, yet the impression left upon my mind has never faded or lost the vividness of its outlines and though there is nothing really inexplicable about it, yet the dash of mystery con­ nected with it has always marked it in my memory as an incident ol an unusual order. We were driving on our way north wards from the gloomy and savage neighborhood of Cape Horn, home­ ward bound in her Majesty's frigate, the dear old Bruiswater, now, alas! lona since consigned to the shipbreak er. The fact of our being homeward bound should have made all hearts light and all faces bright among our 500 30uls, but for all that there was a general air of gloom in the ship, which was not to be accounted for save by onetheory only —that of superstition. For things had not gone well with us since we had hoisted our homeward-bound pen­ dant. True, we had sailed out of Val­ paraiso Bay with the said pendan...

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. — 9 July 1886

w. an '^p f* mium^ ,, puMfcW£«A %.,,... :Fo$thf,willlfaf To tod ne^r tiflejid or neighbor. Strength for to-Uy that the weary heart* lA tb&battle for rigbtwat Quail not ,,,. ^fc»r••• 4| *$ro«*fiWrwfcb1iiberl* b*»da that minister Andthe ey*b«dtmm©dby bitter tears lk their search forll^ht may fallnot. Sttengfe for to-day on the down-hill track' Fojr the traveller near the valley ?Yh*l|iap, far npjoatheotbe* side long they may eafaly rally. 8tren#th for to-day, that our proclons ydtttk May happily shun temptation. Aodlmllii Iroru the rite to the wtof the aim (Mi otooiui ud sure foondatiaD. Streogthfar to-day, inijpuseandJbonott To practice forbearaftoe%weetly 'To scatter kind word* and lovely deed*,' BUlltrufetingin Godcompletely.:. •$ --fltrentfth for to-day isaT) that we need. And thoreiievCT-willbte ato-inorrow 3iC to-morrow will proV© butTaoother to-day 4Vlth iUHiMaaures of joy and aowow. HLTfeiiud Qc»llt It'ig a curious study how near aome people come to death, spd yet do not' ...

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. — 16 July 1886

I •M- ill ^tmm LITTLE FALLS. N. ^*V': I Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent foT the American Agency & Collection Co. BUVH AND sells real estate, and lotuis MONEY on mime. Alfr bus a lftr^o amount of cfcoioe land ami town 1 ts for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney at Law. Litigation conducted in all Ptato.and "Federal, Courts. Collections made in all parts of the IJuited States. Taxes Paid and Real Estate managed for Non-Rosidenta. OFFICE Nat. Ger. Am. Bank Building SAINT PAUL, M..NN Official. LYMAN SIGinm. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOKItlSOW COUNTY MFNW. Will fuvnish Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. Has Lands for Halo. OFFICE ATXWJRT LITTLE H0U8IS, FALLS, MINN I,EOS ItWl'DE, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judicial District, MORRISON COCNTY, MINN, trz Entries of fllinjc Final Proof ndany other Local f-aml Oftee bnsimies «iM he promptly attended to. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. ""sTPJmERr-. Justice of the Peace. Office ou second floor of Marotle'Bblock, Oak St. LITTLE FALLS...

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. — 16 July 1886

I Mi- 5V- s.v? IBS -a •, dB'JS *•., ip liaM ffitt Hal BE1 Jl fiwi #'w gf*vf & rT^r' 'M *rt ^eMasaachossfcfal^Ufctcre, which has just adjourned, with tiro excep­ tions, consisted tin longest sarviie s'lfcce the beginning ol government in that state, Further investigation intolhecolos sal rascalities Of Ion* tbs Rocklacd, Mass,, ernbezsler, shows tljafctiis total shortage is $247,000, oi which 000 was stolen ieom the Eeedestate. Thei thefts _£i Hemy Leslie and A. L. Wilson, tliMifiialting secretaries and treasurers of the Chesapeake and Del­ aware canal company, amount to $300,000 the cash price of tlbe bonds surreptaoiisly negotiated by them. England's ambition is placing a heavy burden upon her Indian 0m* pire. The budget of that imperial province shows adeficit of $1 700,000. The protectorate of: Afghanistan, the increase of the army in India, and the subjugation ofBurmah, ail of which are charged to its account, cause the deficit. The already over-taxed na­ tives are to have t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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