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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 30 July 1886

M. I Mr. Butler said ih*t this bill was the most flagrant and unblushing In it* viol*. tions the constitution, of any ever Intro­ duced in congress. He aakedit the artificial coloring of butter was not fraudulent. Mr. Irigalls, in elucidating that question, produced a vial of coloring matter, and commented upon the drmriav accompany, ing t. The preparation waa made atBor lington, Vt., and one vial wae warranted to color 300 pounds of winter butter and »Jd live cents a pound to ite value. H'V KK—The fortification appropriation Lil! iHne-i. The conference committee on, the bill repealing the pre-emption, timber culture «nd desert land laws leportedcom­ plete disnfjfreement. The house insisted up­ on ite pointb of disagreement, and ordered a further conference. SENATE. —The senate passed theoleora »r gaiino hiil but not without reducing the tax from five tc two t'ente per pound. Tlie measure was also amended so as to strike out the minimum penalty, which was $100 fine and six months im...

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. — 30 July 1886

I Jl —J WM OoMbldnt Strength, Stability 'k. Life Insnrauce Company, OFST.^SMHJ, MU«N. ROOM 369 PRATCElJLOCK, KAST THIRST, (incorporated under the ten of the StAto of Minnesota.) W. W- BKADBN, aJt' PAbMBH. , i'Tes't. VtogrVv&l. and At^y. JOHN POUOUVS, T*. T^WQ&Bfai: Secretary. Treasurer, C. T. KAKH, M. D, FUHWSV Sup't of Agencics. Actftig Treasurer. 3TEMCAZ, BOAjtn. C.H. BOAKDXAN, M. D- A. B. ANOTN1W,MT, TKVSTBV: THE ST. "PAVIi TRUST IHHWPAKY. J. W. BIBHOI'. Prcs't. S. B. MtwsKWO, 8ec WkskmlkapCLAUK, HARVEY OJTJCKR, Vice-President. Attorney. %i C. M.HARTWl|&? SPECIAL AGENT. Th« system of the SOUTHWESTERN GUARANTY LIFE INSURANCE CO. render* certain tho payment In fall of every obligation* Every valid certifi. xiate can and will be paid in lull on the 'death o? the insured. Tho ability of the Company to meet Till its possible obligations is indisputable for the following reasons 1. lis Rate of Assessment is gradu­ ated by the actual risk incurred, so that every member pays ...

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. — 6 August 1886

0 •^T a' & VOI 10. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Leeral. H. FARIHAM, Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. CHAS. A. LINDBERGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN MAFEOTTE'8 BRICK BLOCK LITTLE FALS, MINN E. B. PREBLE, Attorney at Law. OFFICE First door nortV of Merchants Hotel. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for dhe American Agency & Collection Co. BUYS arid sells real estate, nnd loans money on same. Alsn lma a larjie amount of chalce land and town lots for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney at Law. Litigation conducted In all State and Federal Courts. Collections made in allJ^arts of the United States. Taxes Paid and Real Estate managed for Non-Residents. OFFICE Nat. Ger. Am. Bank Building SAINT PAUL, M..NN Official. LYMAN SIGNOH,. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRISON COUNTY, MINN- Will fiirninh Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. Has Lands for Sale. OFFTCK AT COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, mn MINN Hai'DE, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judicial D...

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. — 6 August 1886

"v kittle Falls Transcript. W. IL FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA, The famous Tichborne claimant has arrived at New York and proposes to lecture in this country. He still claims that he is Sir Roger Tichborne, and not Arthur Orton, who, he says, is in a lunatic asylum in Australia. The Minnesota supreme court has decided that the coram issions received by money loaners in addition to the rate of interest allowed by law is but a device for the extortion of usurious interest and contary to law. With a taxable valuation of $ 130, 000,000 Arkansas expended last year $729,168 for the salaries of teachers and other current ex^nses of its free public schools, built more than twenty new school houses at a cost of from $3,000 to $5*0,000 each, and then had $409,837 lett in the school fund. The London Times denounces the F:}Si3h war office as corrupt and in­ competent. "The department," says the Times, "is composed of military men without mechanical, chemical or metallurgical knowl...

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. — 6 August 1886

V, I *p— wmWtmmm for I 1 "LITTLE MRS. WHITNEY" BY ELIZABETH C. ATHEKTON. He had married her out of pijty, and now he was sorry for it. She| thought she realized the whole at last. That her money had assisted his pity did not occur to her. She had been a little, soft-eyed, crippled thing, cared for and loved alt her life, and when this new love came it did not seem strange to her. She had accepted it simply and gladly, had married him, and they had been comfortable on her little income, and as happy as most people. He was a dapper little fellow, with red curls and rather nice brown eyes, a glib tongue, and as pretty a hand and foot as any in San Rafael. He had not very much to do, as far aa business went, not needing to work for living, so he devoted himself to lawn tennis—in fact, he was the "crack" player of San Rafael and, when ho was attired in his immacu­ late white tennis rig,long, blackstock ings, low shoos, and a little black cap on his reel curls, he was a comely figure on t...

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. — 6 August 1886

'S'l I-. *,' SSfiS m*- Mw AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes Dry Goods, Keady-made Clothing AT THE OLID STAND Of MATTSIN & MEDVED WILL BE FOUND,THE LARGEST STOCK OP Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, TINWARE & HARDWARE THE C$LEB»ATEl"" ^ANTALOOK.OVEftAi l^RAXTFD NEYK8.TG CK\ Produce in exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call and see us. MAURIN & MEDVED. H. B. SCHENCK, Fire, Tornado & Accidental XJNTlSTTJE? ANCE, -REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD, Houses to rent, Money loaned at lowest rates, Office In Marotte's Brick Block. LITTLE PALLS, MINN. PHILIP HOSCH, MERCHANT TAILOR WOBKIANSHIP AND FIT GUARANTEED.' Booms the Rhodes Buirding THE OLD STAND-: SHOP •XtS- Street, 6& Opposite Butler's store. NEW STORE AT BELLE PRAIRIE. WM. A. BUTLER Has just opened a New Store at Belle Pra trie, near the dejiot. and has for sale a full stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes An«l everything that a ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 6 August 1886

1 1 Ira Samrda# IavidvC.Conner, theWeilfcnown log driver.iwttlntow^a Senator McGVe* la in io^n. frequently^' looking after the Platte rfter drtVe. Jonathan Taylor' came down1 on the Monday ntotafng train, nod rtftaaineda few fliya, W. :lltre*t went to Bank Rapidoniid St. Oldid on ftatdtday en important business. Geo. Fiaher, who went to St Ootid several daya.agotla conffited to Ms room wltb a severe eold. Charley Hteyenson and Geo. T. Pavftt aire doing some bone 'labor at Wilaoo & £eavey's saw mi!). Messrs^ Hill «&Putney are making extensive alterations and improvements in their fiotir mill Wilson & Peavey, bavins completed improve men is in ihcirsuw uiiii, are now running fail time. The general activity in building indicates lb at Royalfon to glill stowing. She wii! soon have a village charter. Gi mad ia being prepared Tor a neat little park in a handsome grove in lower town, opposite Dr. Pdtney'a .new resi. dence. if a certain corner lot$an I* secured, (be purchaser ,w...

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. — 6 August 1886

v, !&f.•>!-'/ Pr -4 •/A'^r-Vi ••'•!. ...' jirs'iaq& A* Told by MlnUtar Cox la th« K«w T«*k 1,#" SottiV:.-' Taking along our dragom&n the oth­ er day, I made a call at the court .house in Pern. It is in the center of the thronging population on the Grand rue. When I entered the court had not convened, but the chief judge, Hilrhi Eflendi, was upon the bench reading papers. He is a Turk, and had a great judicial and police expe­ rience in the interior before he came here. He speaks French but not En­ glish. We passed the time in talking about modes and codes of criminal practice in various countries. We agreed that it was a cruel fate to be imprisoned simply because one hap­ pened to be an observer of a crime. In fact we agreed that it was one of the ridiculous eccentricities of human or­ der thus to punish the innocent that society might have security. One thing led to another, until our talk took the direction o£ the whimsies of the elder day of the old Kadis of the or...

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. — 6 August 1886

w- l! 1:'' r^l CONGRESSIONAL, BEN-ATE.—The deficiency appropriation #01 was comfdurod. On motion of Mr. paweti, an Item off 2p,000was inserted for the Chippewa Ingittns In Minnesota on ac­ count of damagNKtip their lands by over* flow caused by gOtVeftnmsnt dams. On motion tbe 'llMate proceeded to the consideration of prlrfie pension bills which have been favorably reported. Fifty were passed, including OM frantau a pensior to the widow o! Gen. Durbin Ward. A bill was passed authorising the construction of a hotel on govern meat land at Fortress Monroe. Several public buildingbills pass­ ed, including the following: Increasing to $160,000 the limit o! cost to the bnilding at La Crosse. Wis. appropriating$350,000 Tor the purchase of additional 14nd uear the public building at Brooklyn, N. Y. $.100,000 forapublicbuildingat Charlotte, N. C. authorizing the construction ot a public building at Owcnsboro,.Ky. A bill was passed appropriating $250,. 000 for the establishment ot a military ...

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. — 6 August 1886

JsPL IP :-fo'i$t Uwm*? Tbspl a^sl k$j 'm _t &- fi»n4 by r*v'i *.* t'ij'' E 1 #K^V, 1 t? ®i»sif.«» mdnfB iiiiis 4 I *11 MffM $«jminm mm* '-•Jk _. ifcrlbfction* .Member of $woi* each $1 ,000* «ncdr (paid on& fyr tilf).' VI&*. a,. limitedIp^tOOtafc Tb&intdtiMt \A & aptintfon assessqienti,' ajU sorplo* will "be cred toaaseasmwU^f persistent raemberj^ttt se*en yea*$ andapwnrd^The (JuaraiH tjr J?n0l ia always available to m&t *b^aU the ^foitaaty and 'Beserire Funds, in v&y*4m%tgtihcy, quaW 4 prov« in^« 8. The Reserve ,la!t4« The rate of awnmynt is in exceM of '»Hity tfttder ^ie^Americaii table ot ''ty, 25 .per cent ot each theJU^' iv, }?', -:i}! p^-|yni«n^^'^ of Guar "•v f/', ','^1^.4 '^.^ iAm|^pnntn- Every '^oilsii^ the' con? 1MB fvf isb- wu *JUm um Wiiie^ ^e liorta Fitnd L-^ety «l^quld such inad-^ W?W- y$aw,- and every'-iy^SS^^a^^^diyiT.. 8ion^f one»aeT|nih^of K^erire Fandf^nll ^niale ^tid^d (^1 jptfsUiUint^m^bQii of sev^ii, y^ars .and' u|wari^vpnpVp^' bia^is...

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. — 6 August 1886

"Combining (Stability., Ffcfp^tll 4*fy Howxn#* T/JE ^qrthwestoifc (toaraiifr Life InsulNiiiieeC^mpaHyy ROOM 269 I1RAKK BLOCK, EAST.'THIET* BT. (Incorporated under tho laws ofthe State, of Minnesota.) W. WBRAJTSW, •P'retft. JOHN PoiiOtAS, 0. B. PAI.MKB, Vlce-Pres't anctAtt'y. \V, L, WULSOH, •Treasurer. M, D. Fiowrfm, Secretary. f,. T. KARH, Sup't of Agencies. T'.H. Funds, in any emergency, prove inade qeu.to. 5 The Creation ora Reserve Fund. The rate of assessment is in excess of :lity under tbe American table ot t,y, BO that 25 per cent, of each will be transferred to the Re That fund will be subject which tne Mortuary Fund is inadeqti. to meet, should such in ad equacy ever arise. At the end of seven years, and every year thereafa a divi fcior. of onevseventh of the acctfouiiat-d Reserve Fund will bo male and paid to all persistent members of seven years and upwards, on the basis of their pay ments to said fund. 4. The Creation of ft trust for the custody of all the monies contribu...

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. — 20 August 1886

J*' I •ft PROFESSIONAL CARDS. £. p. FABNIIAM, Attorney at mi Law, r*LL8' MINN. A. LINDBERGH. AT IAW. OTPl' IS HAilOJTfi'Sf HtM-K BWCK LITTLE FALS. MINN E. B. TREBLE, Attorney at I^aw. ©KKif.'E First door uortV. of Merchant* Hotel. LITTLE FALLS ^INN\ N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. for the American Atrcncy & Collection Co. IViyaawt vc.il estat". »nul lunns money f%]) SHTTiy. Also UWOtHit of land and town k-i* *-'tl LITTLE FALLS, MINK. "JoimwlviLLTSr Attorney at Law. Litigation 0"iHtn:t'^l iTi all Huitft aiid Federal CnnrU C'olU'(!'iuns ill nil parte of the Lultod State?. Tit xf-t. J'itifl und Hop I Estate managed for i-1 '.•"Ji 11 -3:»s. OFFICE it. (jer. ADI.liouk Bulletin? HA INT PAUL, M-.NN OJlioijil. ~~£ira£AN sxgnor, REGISTER O DEEDS, MortHf-oN vii/N'rv MISN. Will furnMi !-tract.-i uf Title. 'Pay Tuxofc. Has l4in(lf for H.'le. OFTK i-: ATTCOITUT iiwl.SE, LITTLK FA LLS, I,E0S llfI!!E, Clerk of ilio District Court. SOVOVIT,LX IIIFITRTCT,. MOUKItfON ruCNTV, MtNW, ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 August 1886

Little Falls Transcript. W. AL FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. Of the nearly $370,000,000 of frac­ tional currency issued in past years (ceasing in 1870} ther5 is still out Hf.Gliding $15,3'10,1 J.4, so that proba- bly nearly yJl this amount has been ie~troyrd or lo.-v by the people. As .Miming th^'The, national bank cur I'-.ru has suffered one-tenth as much loss, it may be e.- timated that of the ^'j7 U.,54,835 ia.-uod £8,000,000 is disappeared and will be a clear Ot to th': national treasury. Gov. Curtin's committee on strikes, which traveled a good deal and took volume, of te-rimony did not report, 'o (The committee claim--: -t was la king the evidence oi the i. i':f ofheer o? the t-Vm* hwestern rail road ostein on which tne gwi* strike ori uved, /tnd that no repot'?, could b« r)i.",dc wi! huut that. Authority ha.? be given Lite commit*t-e lo on'.inu .' its work during tho recess, but it is assume that outing will he I i.aiiie, there sbo'.iid be 1,'fcbur disturbances ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 August 1886

& h^Csted to the deate I am to narrate of death. Well, the subject' !a a bald one to my practical nund, and I shall treat it merely by repeating to your practical readers a •tory which Dr. 8impson of Boston told me. I do not ask ytvp to believe it. I am not prepared to say that I believe it myself. But I must insist upon the fact that Dr. Simpson be­ lieved it, or I shall be simply wasting my time. I do not suppose you ever met Dr. Bimpson. Well, he was altogether one of the most eminent men in our pro­ fession. He possessed the acur ate scholarship of a French uni­ versity, the skill of a thorough physician, and the tact of a man of the world of the best type. His suc­ cess a: a physician was almost mar­ velous. ai:i his amiable personal qual­ ities made his ministrations so agree­ able that hf was much in demand, airJ obiiged, in fact, to eet limits to his practice. His standing in his own profession threw him into contact with those of equal ^landing in the other profes­ sion...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 August 1886

AT A, Boots & Shoes Dry Goods, MTILK FALLS, TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Ke&dy-made Clothing MKMTMMI JZLT" O.H,X SaJ?-a.3SrZ or MAUHXN & MEDVHD WILL BE POTHKD^TIIK LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, roeeries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, lints & Ca])P, TINWARE $c MA EDWARE -M" ?. I Kr\u 0^t*a!»ATTf "'V^&LOOMOV .!'• 1 .XY*T NEVKli 70 j, a.'rtj Produce ia exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call aad see us. Maijrln & Medved. •HIMIII inn—imIIIMIinm. 1 'I 1 1 mi nuii'ini 1 im 1111 mi mini inmniii H, B. SCHENC1, Fire, Tornado & Accidental «a.x^sroii3, -REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD. HoaBes to reat, Money loaued at lowest rates, in XarotUi^ Brioii Block, PHILIP HOSCH, lERCflllf TilLOK WOHKSiSSSIP iHD FIT 91IAH&NTEED. Rooms the Rhodes Building on Oak Street Opposite Sutler's store. the old stand HAKNESS STOP MINX. ?ni.:-lLTT AT BELLE PRAIRIE. WM. A. BUTLER opened a New Store, at Tielle Praisi*.,near the depot, (.nd has for iah, a full stock of Dry Goods, Gro...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 August 1886

J*. v- i- *W t-A !C Royalton Rippling. Mis. J. II. Rbcdea made her usual visit here on Saturday last. RobL Brown name meatioued for county superintendent of schools. Farmers say the surrounding country is full of people shooting prairie chicfccos. Owing to tbe'storm gunday eyenlng the Bcrviccs by tbe Presbyterians and Method lata were very brief. J. M. Millet is finishing a neat little five room co'.tag/, bah* In part after the i|neea ADD style of architecture. Tbe school traetees have riot 2xed a, date when tbe fall term will cown^' c*, nor have they yet secured tl e'r teacbera. Sloan, tbe pijoiogr^pbsr, took a large sized new ol tbe Merchants hotel on Saturday the cyclone committee were seated on the porch. J. P. Bradford and Attorney Bennett of St Cloud, after speeding two days •with Geo. Eoyee hunting chickens, returned to St. Cloud on Tuesday well laden with ffame. We were hospitably entertained on Tuesday at Senator Hnckman's farm. The sen tor ia up to his ears harvesting buil...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 August 1886

4~" A WOMAN'S PROTEST. An a woman standing all alone I humbly hope to shine I'm tired ol th» twaddle Of the oak *nd ivy vine. I've seen too many instances Where nature's law declining. The vine did the "supporting," While the oak did all the 'twining.' Before I'd marry a man and work For his bread and my own. Before I'd marry a man who'd place Himself upon the throne And claim from me, hia "better half," Allowance blind and mute, I'd marry the merest ape and wait For him to evolute! —From the Woman's Journal. 5AMT8 DOINGS. New England Farmer. "Tt beats all nater," remarked Uncle Ephraim Comstock, wiping his mouth on his shirt sleeve, he had just taken a long, satisfying draught from the dripping bucket pulled up frorn the well. "I declare for it, Betsey, it does beat all nater." "What?" asked Mrs. Comstock, glancing up she was shelling early pea.s in the porch, and her finders kept ou in the work, while her eyes looked at her husband, and her ears listened lor what he had to say. "W...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 August 1886

•I OVERWORKED. From out of the rosy land of dream*, She comes at early morning The dew opoa the meadow gleami. Fair as a bride's adorning. Aroma from the moaning pines, And fields of blooming clover: The noisy brook tbat &iDg3 ana xtalnci. With willows bending over. The eastern «ky ia alJ aflame, Aa thoueb, t-j one beholding, The gold and tappblre clouds that Ctttt Were heaven's gates unfolding. But all this ffiory stands apart, Nor charms uer with Its beauty, For care s.'U heavy on her brow, Where r'ails the'line oi AihI duty. The sows await th« milking time, With co'r, aiid patieut iowiug, The .-.tuniy farmer ia his prime, Must hasten to his mowing. Ilia wife mast, speed the morn's repast, work with nirable fingers, For farmers all from first to last, Make bay while sunshine lingers. And when the rneaPs are o'er, the palls, Of foxing miik are waiting. With fragrance caught from 6unny Tales, Tu future joy relating. Tbe crt&m lie* thick, like cloth of gold, Where shining pan...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 August 1886

A PERFECT SYSTEM OF LIFE INSURANCE, Combining Strength, Stability. Perpctu ity and economy, /THE Northwestern Guaranty Life Insurance Company, OF ST. PAUL, MINX. Iff COM 3»J1 DRAKE BLOCK. EAST THIRD ST. (In -orporated under the laws of the State of Minnesota.) W. W* Ukadeh, I're&'t. JOHN Poi OI.AS Iosjos (,'. 1'AI.KEK. Vico-Pnu't and Att'y. W, L, WILSON. Secretary. :. T. KAKIJ, Snp't of Agencies. Treasurer. M. D. FI.OUER, Acting Treasurer. MEDICAL JtOAItT*. r.fj. UMAKUMAN, M. A. B. ANCKNEU.M. D. T!rrsTE E sr A it 1 S O A N 1 W HHKOf. I'rew't. M'CONXET.I., Sec. Ci'l'.I ENJ.KAf C.l.A UK. HAUVKY OtflCEH. Vif:-President. A tiorney. C. M.H I 11 SPECIAL AGENT. The ^tern of the NORTHWESTERS r.IJAUANTV LIFE TSSUR\^{(E CO. render* certain the pnyment fii full of every obligation- Evory valid eertifi fat' ran and will be pai in lull on the death of tho insured. The ability of the Company to meet jtll it?. poKsiblcobligations is indisputable for the following renr-ons 1. Its IUtc of A*HC8s...

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. — 10 September 1886

VOI. II. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Legal. E. H. FAMH1M, Attorney at Law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. CHAS. A. LINDBERGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN MAKOTTE'3 BRICK BLOCK MTTLK FA 1-3, .... IIINN E. B. PREBLE, Attorney at Law, Office: First door north of Merchants Hotel. LITTLE FALL8. MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. AeotH for the America.il Agency & Collection Co. Buys ami sells real estate, find loans inon:y on Also has a large amount of choice land aiifl fown lots for sale. LITTLE FAI.LS, MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney at Law. r.itlKfttion conducted in all State arcl Federal 'ourt«. Collections madi* In till parts of the Cultcit StateK Tuxes Paid and Heal Estate managed for Non-Residents. Office: Nat. Qer. AM. Bank Building OA1VT PAUL, M..NN Ollloial. LYMAN SIGNOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOllRISON COUNTY, MI5TN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxw Han Lands for Sale. OFFICE AT COURT IIOt'SK, LITTLE FALLS. MINN- LEON Hfll'WE, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judicia...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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