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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 10 September 1886

W. M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The distinguished Southern evangel* lets Som Jones, and Sam Small have been talking to immense audiences in central and northern New York. The »eneral opinion was very favorable. Rev. I)r. Cayler and Rev. Dr. Deems, were present on several occasions and warmly expressed their admiration of the discoursea. As an illustration or the increasing 000. One pure blooded African ha8 nearly §7,000 in a bank,bet ides owning $10,000 i)lantation mortgaged for only 33,000. The ap-icultur'i, manufactures and trade, /is well .is the finances of Rus­ sia, are in a critical condition. The loading newspaper of St. Petersburg 6ays: l(rriu surpass the latter tenfold, and even an hundre-Jiold. An economic crisis rnay country im for a long period of time." The United States letter sheet en­ velopes have made their appearance. They will prove very useful to travel­ ers or business men who write many brief notes,as they are arranged in ex­ tended sheets on ...

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. — 10 September 1886

"1 !.!• THE HEAVKSXT ARB OB. •fl think it is over! over! I think it is over at last Voices of poem ami lcnrer, The sweet and the bitter have passed Life like a tempest of ocean Hath outblown its ultimate blast There's but a faint sobbing seaward While the calm of the tide deepens leward, And behold, like the welcoming quiver, Tbeheart pulsea throbbed through the river, There's light in t^e harbor at last, Tho he-i venly harbor at last. •*1 feel it is over! over! For the winds and the waters surcease Ah. [fv vrpre the daya of the rover That ?mil 3 in the beauty of peace! And distant and dim was the ocean That nirited redress or releafee. Prom th» ravage of life ai\tl it.s riot, What marvel yearii lor the quiet Which hides in the harbor at laet? For the lights, with their welcomingqulver, That throb through the sanctified river, Which the harbor at la at Tho heavenly harbor at last?' —Paul H. Hayne. CROSS PURPOSES. "Weil, if yov* can't getyour own con­ sent, Mrs. Deery,f.suppose you c...

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. — 10 September 1886

TO BE Little Falls, Minnesota, oisr September 16, 17 TROTTING and RUNNING RACESI Liberal Premiums and Purs­ es Offered. SEE PREMIUM LIST. Grand Exhibition on the High Tight Hope, by PROF. A. E. BOYCE. He is without a rival in his SPECIALTIES. THRILLING EXHIBITION O TST THE" FLYING TRAPEZE! Somersault from Ear to Bar, Ceiling Walk­ ing, Etc., Friday Sept. 17, at 10:30 o'clock a.m, and 2 o'clock p.m. Grand parade by the North Star Hook & Ladder Co., No.l. in company with BRAINERD FIREMEN. Grand Firemen's Dance at the Opera House on the evening of the 17th. Come. PROGRAM OF RACESi Thursday, Sept. 16. Trotting for Morrison County Horses Only. Purse, $35: §20 to 1st, $10 to 2d and $5 to 3d. Friday, Sept. 17. Trotting, 2:50 Class. Purso $50.00: $25.00 to let, $15.00 to 2d and $10.00 to 3d. Running Race, Froe for All one-half mile heats, best 3 in 5. Purse $30.00. $20.00 to lHfc, $10.00 to 2d. Saturday, Sept. 18. Trotting, 11:00 Clans. Mile heats, best 3 in 5. Purse $50.00. $25.00 to l...

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. — 10 September 1886

'W .'*J-4' •••:•,• .-• ,Mf» Tf" tVSj* ,, u** /tirr*irA IWt— TFtae Morrison Comity Agricnl* tural Society's Fair. We have beeij authorized to annoanCe that the fifth annual Fair of this coanly will be held at Lit Me Fails, September 16.17 and 18 Inst. The official premium list has ftiT&ady been isstfed by the of­ ficers who hare the matter In charge^ who deserve generous praise for the zeal and enthomfenn they have manifested io their work. They deserve much credit tor the excellent manner in which the work has been prepaired. We are glad to learn that the people of Morrison County are alive in this good •work, and are taking increased interest in this annual gathering. Especially i« this true of the farmers, who are contin­ ually seeking after mcreated knowledge, and learning from each other at these gatherings those things which are so esientially necessary and requsite for their success and prosperity in the prop­ er cultivation of the soil, the breeding of cattle etc. There i...

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. — 10 September 1886

l&Pv, -V*.' AS.-J TIE HOMESTEAD KITCHEN. How bright arid warm a place it is That quaint dear kitchen old, Where blazing log defied the froat— The breath ol winter cold. The tall clock from its corner dim The nightly silence broke, In tolling of/ the passing hours With alow and ri:easured stroke. The apples, quartered and festooned, On strings vere hanging high, And eara of golden corn were hung Around the fire to dry, The faithful watch-do?, Rover, lay Outfltrelched upon the floor And now and then a noise was heard That Hounded like a snore. And pufisy, with h?r well-kept coat Of spotted white and gray, Purred softly, while she sat near by To watch her kittens play. 'Twas there the hu^y mother made Her doughnuts, pies and cake 'Twaa there she put the bread to rise, And watched it brown and bake. 'Twaa there the spinning wheel was heard Prom early morn till night For *hero dear grandma spun and reeled The fleecy wool HO white. A pretty picture grandma made, With her snow-whit. ha...

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. — 10 September 1886

I I I Tv II MILLER THE MILLEE. lliller the miller was a handsome, but silent and odd, "old bachelor." He looked—from the crown of his head to the soles of his boots—as if he had just been rolling in the flour he had ground. His fine old horse,which was bom black, carried so much flour on hi3 coat that he was called "Dusty Miller." Miller the miller had one marked peculiarity. He would hardly speak to women. He had been left an or­ phan, and a hard-hearted woman had made his boyhood hard. He was poor in youth, and his early court­ ships had not ended as he had hoped. Thus his heart had been turned away from womenkind into a lonely rut of life, and he had fallen under the spell of the evil spirit of a false opinion. As we said, Miller the millei.1 had had a bitter and violent step-mother from babyhood. We might have add­ ed that when his father dietl he had been passed over to an uncle whoso wife was a perfect shrew, who was half insane on cleanliness, and chased her htnbaiid and the ...

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. — 10 September 1886

'1 1 KENTUCKY MOUNTAINEERS. 4 Xjp# of Americans Kewarkatjle For ThHr IjiDgiutfe and Habit*. When the railway was first opened through this region a-young man es­ tablished a fruit store at one of the stations, and as part of bis stock laid in a bunoh of bananas. One day a na tive mountaineer entered- Arrange- -"*01 tflT^ rrjentsj generally struck him with sur­ prise, but every thing else was soon •lurgottcu In an adhesive contemplation of the mighty aggregation of fruit. Firally he tarned away with this note: "Blame me if them ain't the darnedast boauu) ever seen!" While here we had occasion to ex jad our acquaintance upes. Two young men .otel, bringing a bag reaches to still. Slim tomachlesfl and serene, mild and mel­ ancholy, they might have been Ioth­ eaters, only the suggestion of poetry was wanting, and they had probably never taaten any satisfying plant what soever. Their unutterable content rame not from opiates, but from their rfouls. If they could sell their peaches they wo...

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. — 8 October 1886

St .r\:? vol. 11. •MM PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LeffnI. ETTSTFAilwifASr Attorney atXnw. LITTLE FALLS, MtNN. CHAS. A. LINDBERGH. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OPFICE IN MAROTTE'S BRICK BLOCK I.TTTLB FALS, .... MINN E. B. PREBLE Attorney at, T^ivw. OmcK: First door nort!« of Merchants Hotel. LITTLE FALLS. MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells real estate, nnd loins money on same. Also bns a ISvge amount of choice land and town lots for wile. LITTLE PALLS, MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney at Law. Litigation conducted in (ill -late and Foderat 'Courts. Collections made in all jnrtsofl'hc United Ptntes. Taxes T'aid and Keul Instate managed for Non-Rcsidenta. OFFICE Nat. Ger. Am. Bank Building SAINT I'AUL, M..NN Official. 1TMAM SIGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOltKlSON COirKTY, Mr "NTs'. Will fnrnish Abstracts of Title, ,1'fiy Taxes. Una Lands for Kale. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, MT^N. I,EOS Clerk of the District Court. Seve...

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. — 8 October 1886

ti "V ii&S Transcript. 4-^" 'o W. M. FDLLKB, Publisher. LITTLES *ALL8, MINNESOTA. ?&> twenty*** days Coring August ifl#e thermometor readied over X00 -degree* at 'Galico, Ban Bernardino coiraty,C4l.l thefcighestpoint reached ibeing dlA degrees. Aeeording to the statistics of the 'Treasury Department there were over sixteen-miUion dozens of eggs import* 4d into this country in 1885. A Penn­ sylvaniapaper wants duty on im­ ported egfcs, but an Increased produc­ tion. at home' would b« better. The-total number of pensioners in tbe state of New York is 39,087, and the amount paid them monthly is 43O0}O09.37. New York county has 4,706 pensioners, -and the amount paid them monthly is $54,280.95. Kings county comes next, with 2,569 ^pensioners, who are {paid $26,885.40. 'The-counsel for the seven condemn­ ed Anarchists at Chicago, have filed a motion lor anew trial. The grounds are, that the verdict was contrary to law and evidence-errors in the rul­ ings of the judge thatthe ju...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 October 1886

V,l ft A) 1 THE OLD SETTLER. New York San. The first katydids of the season were disputing in a lively manner down in the corn field by the brook. Their rasping notes were borne up to the open kitchen window, and through it, and out on the back stoop where the Old Settler was smoking his pipe after supper, and little Peleg, his grand­ son, was nibbling at a ginger snap he had carried away from the table when his grandmother's back was turned.' "What is it them bugsis hollering, grandpop?" asked .Peleg, shaking a •mall shower of cake crumbs over the floor of the stoop. "Them hain't bugs, Peleg," replied the Old. Settler, "an' consekently they hain't a hollerin but I know what a boy 'bout your size'll be hollerin' w'en his gran'mammy sees them crumbs— an' that'll be 'Boo-h-o-o-o-o!' an' 'Outch!' an' 'Boo-h-o-o-o-o!' ag*in a voice melogeouser th'n a hoot owl, an' twicet ez penetratin'." "Ain't they bugs, grandpop?" said Peleg, with his mind still on the katy­ dids, and making a swoop a...

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 October 1886

tJ SHf DATB J879 Jun« 4 mi.LS6-l'00^0v To Whom It May Concern Baint Paid, Sept. 11,1886. '*S\ •Mil $ r- LITTLE Falm, MofctsOK IMJpiOVpi) COl 1w -\^v .-rJiatti^aiiia.oiMHeR W3 •vtfe v" $•«, Notice is hereby given that contracts made by the Baiiit Paul and Northern Pacific Railway company, (formerly Western Railroad Company, of Minnesota), for the sale of land described b*low« situated in Morri­ son county, Minnesota, were canceled during the year ending May first, 1886. PURCHASER II Xptil 93, 1878 4i Albert tlmhftt Hot. 13, 1878 140 Win pfirnlmrt Ifov 80, 1878 148 Simon Kutzmas Jan'y 8, 187V 160 John I)0nek T«b'y 18,1879 17B John Po'erkoll March 28, 1879 181 linoo t4Gla?s Juno 4 wwa DESCRIPTION Ole MTorr^.wi 2, 202 Oct 7, 1879 282 Michael EroUx Oct 15, 1879 es« Warte Meyer Dcc 9, 1879 250 Thoma* Timln|» Bee 29, 1879 2f® P#ter W&fthhrnsh. Jr. Fehy a. 1380 259 Pefer Neillcr Febyll, 1380 260 J. T. I^enn. March 19,1880 274 John Wise, Oct 16. 18*0 828 OrtetOii Driolo* Nov 9, 1«80 88-1...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 October 1886

t# •*wii7 ibake ^ili»tvh»vpbceaplaeet dfmt. W^itomlnftted bytbe. di^rfct. Mej*nif a|i$ itri^wifcii*fhe'dffitriot and w«5 tWl" I^Sofe ticket stronger ^fehao^the partyvflW. Senator Buc£ *&«n vw elected to-tlja'lower'tiQfrse of tb* lejds]atu»*wliefcva residentof I4ttleJF*ll», again sleeted ,«to the .senate ki WM. Boon ,'i^lefwafTSs -he iwwediftBnukltep}dsiwherehe has siBce-r^ded.^ WhetfiKe^Jrrt ^became /rwl^ehtof"thl$ yftl.'tgo^^ ^nfin.ed Mf attain ticm mb ii H:' r.^a©J|, rateing, and lame* farm imthe county, lasted iii K-the toirni^df1 Vodtitiacfc... BeAfriow «n- Race* Irijelririlnmberlajr e^ploym* many tnep In! his luiftberti^ps and «aw infll. fc3iis J. C. Fly nn of "Little Falls is well and favorably known throughout the dis­ trict, hi# business invests extending fo pearly every part of it. He came to •Little Falls fromWis^onsin in 1878 to rtake charge-of the graded schodl. Af­ ter completing his term of school tie engaged an the agricultural machinery ibasineM,:and soon after c...

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 October 1886

w$ ,'®Sl!S lift mynwttmtiii. As ehooaetor 'add: tWKi»MV She oasUher aliisiaf silks ••!*•, Aad^MmslMrfbrMrtfpl Haroety dreama tlllmorolng tida^ 'rHfletfesme—lorea mibaai." 0 vtvgla faith! 0 6ms# so *waetl 0 hiart that palaas tract inil tfcjr man'aheart star Iml Ae loyally foryou? He leaffca the ball, bat sot {or Matt And not? fof faithful dream U'« needs, It neema» another aeat Where Lais reigna aupreme. fill high the beaker with champagne, And crown the board with loven Ahuebwul may not know afain Such. gay Bohemian houra. Not his the love that lives foraye, Not hi« tho royal troth Hi* passion luata a summer day, He Hwearn a traltor'soath. fto take the mortal'mid the strife _Of Hymeneal plana, That love is nil a woman's life, J||li v^'-V', f\ 7 $$j| 4flttiuii«ht A/.'-isfe #il, thabaada ,. tt«r» comasa happy roiafc. imt.irM her ebarittlnfaWa or ltd otiiemat thtlmU Ibiit haafcotid do htrpow a md' And only# half a man'a. —H. Savile Osaka. The Cashier and the DetectiYe. Luke Sharp in De...

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 October 1886

THE HEART'S MAQNET. Thus face to face we met iMfcnictit, I saw your smile and beard TOOT tote*: Aud in the dim, uncerteinliffit. Naught could I do well tat rejoice. Mv mood yields to a nestle tvif In culture'* cone ly heart went more thaa half the WW, To meet your own. .. Not that your heart refused to more It may nave eejly throbbed the aaine I'll not assume jrour precious love, E'en thougrh I crare it more than Fame,— Of mottled faacies some are gajr. And some are lone Mr heart went more thaa half the way, To meet your owa. I cling to all you did and said. As one will keep a book-pressed rase Long after Its white leaves are dead, And they no fragrance still enclose If this may teem too bold to say, Tile phrase condone,-*-. Mv heart went more than half the way, To meet your own. With trooping transports here I wait, Not recking what the end' will be In mortal fear of goading fate, Yet could win'bim o'er to me, No sacrifice would I delay—' With hopes unflown.— Mv heart goes more tha...

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 October 1886

4 t£: &V«? to :1 v\ t4 »K\ Wji ft v» im i!^ "i?" UOSEPH CRELE. ^UKlj, tfan Am«ricp I'atriarvh TOoiwiwi .*/• Marvel of Lougevity. 'Ifc'is soraothin more tb^a a Imndred •*jtrl sixty years since a remark»l)le *!man was bora here. It is only a little -Jnibro than twenty years since he died. "Joseph Crele was, perhaps, tiie marvel ^of longevity of this century, Ho was ''born of French parents in th^ tin ul­ timate frontier post of Detroit in 1725. His. early years were spent here, and perhaps itvwas the salubrious air he •^breathed that did something'to prepare his constitution for withstanding twice throe score year.s and ten of the wear •and tear of this busy life. When he /had grown a young man he went out in the world and visited the principal hamlets of the French possessions in America. When the English and Co­ lonial army under the ill-starred Brad •-dock poured vcr the Alleghenies to take Fort Du Quesw, Crele was a French soldier antfleut. a hand to the •decimation of Br ad d...

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 October 1886

jb* PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Le^al. E. H. fabjtham, Attorney at-Saw. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. CHAS. A. URDBERGH. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN XAROTTK'S BBICX BLOCK CITTLE FA LB MINN E. B. PREBLE. A ttorney at Law. Omen* First door nort"* of "Merchants Hotel. LITTLE TALI/?, MINN. N. RICHARtSON, Attorney and Counmllor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. buys and sellw real estate, and loans money on same. Also lias a large amount of cheico 'land and town lots for Hale. LITTLE PALLS, MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS^ Attorney at Law. Litigation conducted in all State and Federal Courts. Collections made in all- pnrt« of tlie TJnited States. Taxes Paid and Real Estate managed for Non-Residents. OFFICE Nat. Ger. Am. Bank Building flAINT PAUL, TvT.XN Oflloinl. LYMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRISON COUNTY, MINN. Pav Taxes. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. lias Lands for Rale. OFFICE AT.COITRT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. LEON Httl'DE, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Jadicial District...

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 October 1886

s. mm} ws?:- WHEBK IT BOM TRK IWT 0009. There's a great deal of bliss in a lingering kiss, And ocean* of solid rapture There are lots of fan in a stolen one— If you are clerer, about the eaptan. The cutest trick in a kias that's quick Is to put it where it belongs To see that it goes below the nose Aad knocks at the gate of songs. A kiss that is cold maj-do for the old. Or pass with a near relation 3ut one like that is a work—that's flat— Of supererogation. If you're going to kiss be sure of this— That the girl has got some heart in her 1 wouldn't giro a darn for the full of a barn Of kisses without a partner. The point of this rhyme Is to take your time Kiss slowly, and do it neatly, 1i you do the thing right and are halfway bright, You can win her sweet heart completely. A FAMILY BOMBSHELL Translated from the French of Victorien Sardou for the Argonaut. I have been recently reminded of an "episode of the siege of Paris, which, I flatter myself, reflects no small credit on me. But ...

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. — 15 October 1886

9 The time has now come to fulfill a i*ust wKch was committed to nay keeping maajr years ago, and which I have ever held as sacred. The few still living who knew the man whose behest I am carrying oat, on reading my narrative will at once recognize him, and their faith in the nobility in­ herent in human nature, which, for a time at least, must have been shaken, will be strengthened.^ To the general public the story ought to prove scarcely less interesting, as it reveals an instance of boundless love and sacrifice. Ferrier was the most brilliant of my contemporaries at Oxford and not only was he the most distinguished scholar of his time, but it imp be doubted if ever before there hadbeen any member oi the university whose academical suc­ cess was greater. Though of course a steady worker, he had achieved his great distinction without any exception­ al effort, and as he possessed all the qualities whieli command success in the more ambitious paths of life, his friends had formed the...

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 October 1886

St 5"" A.*! 1 MAURXN 1« CP 5S. 1ATB Aug 10, 1883 621 John Bwenson All} 80, 1888 621 Benj. F. Parch Jnny 1, 1884 647 Antoin Penfenillo May 6, 1884 6fi2 Adolph La fond Deo 24, 1884 716 O. A. Bitennm July 8, 1878 90 George Hofl'man Jan. 22, 1879 172 George Hoffman Sept 9' 1880 814 Franz Oiada Jnno R, 1883 #06 John Ourrie Oct 14, 1880 Kfttat Paul, Sept. 11, 1880. LITTLE THE OLJ3 STA1StX 8c WILL BE FOUND T1IK LARGEST STOCK OF TIHWARE 4fe HAIDl' A EE bum THr. CELEBRATE® To Whom It May Concern: "Notice is hereby given that contracts made by th£ Saint Paul and Northern Pacific Railway company, (formerly Western Railroad Company, of Minnesota), ?!or the sale of land described below, situated in Morri­ son county, Minnesota, were canceled during the year •seeding May first, 1886. PURCHASER April IX 1878 44 Albert T.lmlmt Nov. 12, 1878 140 Wm II Hurnliart. Nov SO, 1878 118 Himon KutzmuH Jan'y 8, 1879 100 John Dnnelc F»'y 38, 1879 176 John t'eterkoll March 28, 1R79 181 Knoe Glas.-) Juno 2, 1879...

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 October 1886

taw— THE TICKET. Register of Deeds............ JL.YMAN SJGNOR nerJr of Court., ., ,... LEON HOUDK Tudge of Probate. .....-....:....!*. RI«HABD30N ..,......^..»„:4ARCIS8E GRAVEL Attorney W. STREET Treasn «W, ....... HENRY'BENTFELD Fc.hool Superintendent .J. W..VEDGES a-ro/icr .............Dr. G. M. A. PORTIER Surveyor „..., H. 5, CLYDE Auditor ........ DOHATi'RETTLE County C'ommiiMfovsra: '.at district..'.......!...... A. G. LAWRENCE Sii'l district ..... JCLESKIENO i5rd district JONATHAN TAYLOU 4th district N. THOMPSON 5th district A. P. McRAE Acceptance. Haying received ihe nomination for Die office of auditor of Morrison county on the People'Sticket, 1 hereby announce •to the voters of "Morrison county that I lrnve accepted the same. Respectfully Do SAT DEAR Sm-Our TKETTKT,. What Bally & Son, of Rice's, Know About Mr. Street. Rice's, Minn., Oct. 9,1883. Editor ofthe Little Falls Transcript: attention has been called to an article in a-small paper known as Ihe Morrison County De...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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