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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 7 January 1887

£$•*%. v"' c'V-i-if1 -1 $ t-.cS? 4 Ww:' mm tittle1 Falls Trfflrotipt 1L. TOLiLEBt PobllUw. IiETTLB FALLS, lONNSSOTA. Alden Qoldsmfti^ tlie neleB tuxi* bmn, who lias ja«t died In Star J*nMy» Will probably have to go do*ntoyoi» twrifcy astnddlft bl Goldsmith Maid, vrho took b«r name from him He bought tire mare for $000, sold bar lor $20,000, and her earnings on the turf netted her owner $240,000. The origin of insurance has been traced to Solon" the law giver," about 604 years before Christ. He instituted a system or marine insurance, which was suggested to him while traveling In different cities, trying to find ways for the better maritime government of his people, whom Draco, by his cruel laws, had so long oppressed. Mr. Singleton of Mississippi, chair­ man of the house committe on libra-) ry at Washitgton, has appointed Bliss Mary Johnston as clerk of his com­ mittee, and she has taken the oath of office before a woman notary public In the pension office, who was recently appointe...

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. — 7 January 1887

'•.v| !$W it fSiJk• 4 \fc lStITB119 Htt: love—doe* *he lovo mp* question, and '... i: •ii»k tt' lor, alfcho, lie enough to stpnd -V cannon's mouth, ean'fc hMha't girl's No! She'* kind, -idqiihhe lov« m»? Yes jpr no? \y Obvcfculd I but read hermlnd! i' ^tfaWd.bat let me hold her hand, 'v Into her eye*. Aslrriiig Bishop does when he Hl« «vocation piles. f. 'Tjrpntd be enough—I'd ask no more— that love is blind, js' Bat, gtrsn these conditions, I'm QwU sore I'd read her alind. Attfitihe'd be e'en kinder yet, And let me slip my arm Arctamlher waist—0! course that could Kot do a bit of harm— I think 'twould make her secret thought Far easier to find, And that it would not take me long To read my sweetheart's mind. —M. X. B. in Boston Globe. THE ELOPEMENT. A Legend of the Shore. Boston Traveller. It was my good fortune to spend the happy summers of my youthful days,in an old seaport town, whose glory has long since departed. Its fast decaying wharves had once echoed to the tread of busy f...

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. — 7 January 1887

sjlll« _JS'v 1 *i IV 1 •i i-', i- &•'*' «s i-.'YCi^'.v 8^ ^p .*. il^1 g^UtAe rpia K^ vi t, .'iv' IW —DEALER IX Sasli, Doors, Building Glass, Putty, Lime/Cutlery, Cement and plaster of I1#!®, and Troi. Pumpsandthe finest line of cook and heatiis^ ^i£^oye MfinJieap^ls. PSI OPS LOWER H. F^ HK UtCES -k l-j*\ &• 4(l-:.^',-:''.'i -E3=on^x'!a,i?ia.iNrx 0/^ & *r. WlfiL 1312 FOUND THB LA.UWE8T KTOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots,& Shoes, Hats & Caps, v-«. m\ -v' 4 --v^ S* Vi\ 3".*'' .:A1? Produce in exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call and see us. HEAL ESTATE AGENCY. Little Falls, Mokhisox Co., Mink. Kothwell, Taylor & Marriott We have for sale 10,000 acres of lan in Morrison county for $B to $8 per acre. Terms of Payment JoSitit 3?»ireliasop.s. IMPROVED FARMS —Liinils In IJliXTON and MILLli LACS Comities y.ft mW-. .'J1 L')' r-'L & Medveb. aurin FOR Pine Lauds for sale. Lauds and sold on commission. Abstracts of Title to Morrison county ...

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. — 7 January 1887

i- A A I. "•M Wr -U- Vfa&e Ctymtir wet in ^otl^r*! +tgu1ar *esion no Wed^d^ Jaa. S, lB87v j% Ev pMltlentt- J. W. Pei bnd O, A. 4e|. trustee* R.G, ip» rlcs. ri Minutes of last regular mei^60$istffl and approved aget ren^u rei's report •i.WaiNjflwttfc to village attorney The following bills were illdW«ik John Burkel, money paid and cat t age....v. 4 76 Richard Bros., oil anil broom fhr engine house.......... 1 40. O. A. Churchill, for tax an engine house lot...'. 941? Anthony Porter, lodging and boarding prisoners |2 00 8. P. Fuller justice docket. It'was rosolyed to o'isbuv*e the fire department fond follows: Chemical Engine Co., $2G,to|. HoOk & Ladder Co.4 $15,94, the same to l« The inaugural message of Gov. McGill was a very able document, and is highly satisfactory to his friends and especially pleasing to the farmers of the siate. He places himself squarely on record as favoring all the needed reforms adv ca ted during the late camaalgn, and the document shows him possess...

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. — 7 January 1887

S t,f IS 'M'* THE FIRST BABY. Coin mltus (O.) Dispatch. -He's Ha'n Do you notice that ybung fellew— Eyes of bine and mustache yellow? so happy tfcnfc he can't conceal jo*. hit Why? He'a adaddyl Hevs a papa! the father of a bouncing baby boy! What a grin expands Ilia features As he greets hi« fell on' creatures When he iffeeta them in tlriro morning com­ ing down. My! How he slaps you! How he grips you! He certainly the craziest man in town. And he never tires of telling What the baby weighed, or dwelling 6a its beauty and its rare intelligence. Yet— We'll not tell him. Though we're certain That it's like all other babes in looks and sense. MASQUERADING. Waverfy Magazine. "I declare I am ashamed sex!" exclaimed Mabel Lee, had been reading with an expression of extreme disgust on her usually merry face. "Why, what has your sex been do­ ing?" asked her brother Walter, look­ ing up in surprise from his writing desk. "Isn't this enough to make any modest girl blush?" said Mabel,taking up...

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. — 7 January 1887

.f.' #'•5 In the spfttt 1 An with TOO, In the moonlight at the fate, And cay lips your dwn are toncbtpf-*, Can you feel tbem, little Katet lathe spirit 1 an wandering ralslc »g-1 With von In the forest-aisles, Where the song-birds' aweeteat mule Seems as nothing to jour smiles. In the spirit I am with yon On the starlit, pebbly shore, Where we made the sacred pledges To be faithful evermore. In the spirit I am with you In each hour of perfect bliss t»~ That has ever with its brightness Made life one eternal kiss. In the spirit I am with you In each hoar of gathering grief, Wiien we found in love's embraces All there is of'sweet relief. In the spirit I am lingering With yon underneath the trees. Where the ourht-winds seem to whisper, "It is cold enough to freeze 1" In the spirit I am with you When we hear the aid man shout, "Time for ladies to be sleeping, And for lovers to skip out I" In the spirit I can hear him Loudly swear and slam the door, As you told him, "We will cheese it Wh...

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. — 7 January 1887

I# It' •f-fT '-#r T" *.£* .'v ABOUf Mammocks. Interesting l*ac4s from a UitJtcfl StitM Repres£nt»ti»» in Yucatan. 4'Froin time immemorial," sa3rs C«u- 3ill Edward H. Thompson, writing-from JMerida, Yiieatan, "hammocks hav« been articles of use and bartcuvia Yncn* tan. I have found the remains of hammock beams and hooks in the chambers of the ruined litios-, those taysterious relics of a past civilization that lie buried in the depths of the ITucataftean wilderness.'' He then gives an interesting description of their man­ ufacture. He says Yucatan to-day exports more hammocks than any other province in the world. They are made entirely by hand and with the aid of a few primitive yet effective in­ struments. With a couple of straight poles, a shuttle, a thin slab of zapole wood and a pile of henequon leaves at hand, the native is ready to accept contracts for hammocks by the picce, dozen or hundred. The poles are placed a certain distance apart, ac­ cording to the required length of t...

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. — 21 January 1887

If I "1 $ r' 1 VOL 11. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. K. H. FAB5rHlM» Attorney at'Law. fcJTTLK FALLS, MINN. OH AS, A. IIKDBEROa, ATTORNEY AT LAW. omca i* KA&orrz't stuck LITTLE ALS, .... MUCH E. B. PREBLE, Attoriiey At Law, ©rrjCBv TPlnit downcitk of Uetuhact*XIotcL MOTTLE FALLS, MINN. ~K. RICHARDSON," Attorney and Counsellor at Law. AgQttt for the Araarican Agency & Collection Co. A«7« and wll* Teal wtate, and loaoi xioaey »n wine. Also ha# ft law amoant ar choice Had anl town lots for aale. UTTLfi FALLS, MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney at law. Litigation toBdnofBd in all State and Federal Twirl#. Collection* made In all parta of the &uhw. Tsr.a* Paid and Seal ntate swuwg^'l for Wot.- Eaaidentf. Omfit. Kat. «er. Am. Bank Bulldlnr 9A1KTPADL ... M.NN Offlolal. tTMAW SIGN OR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOHJUBO* COVWTT, MlK*. yvill ftuTiUVi Abstract* of TWe. Pay Tasee. Baa Landa for Bale. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS. MINN IE0N HOTDE, Clerk of the District Court. S«rnitk Jndlti&l Wi...

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. — 21 January 1887

Little Falls Transcript. V. ft Pobliihtt. LKTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The members of the building lO :*tirs of Philadelphia are said to own 50.900 homes. These home-own en are mostly people who have saved from moderate salaries the money which finally bought their homes. The decrease in the number of busi­ ness failures in the United States from 10,037 in 1885 to 0,834 in 1886, shows a healthy condition of things. The last quarter of 1886, however, shows an increase in failures, as com­ pared with the corresponding period of 1385. John P. Moore, the landing agent •'it Castle Garden, has completed his report of the arrivals of passengers on the various steamship lines last year. There was a total of 300,918 steerage and 08,7-12 cabin passengers, an increase of 10,748 steerage and 12,582 cabin passengers over 1885. The total amount paid to teachers in New York last year was $9,102, 268.77, the total expense of common schools being $13,284,986.(34, and the aggregate amount expended undei a...

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. — 21 January 1887

}$! iwm?^ 1 4" THE COUP D* 337AT- Ww History of iTr.polsoa 121-'3 Ortat Ov'.vaa, Writiia by Els Piefoct of I'oXioo. A Iwok destine •"*. to cx'cito ranch curi­ osity and anger will be issued in a few days In Pjyiw, entitled 'Memoirea sur to Second Empire." It i=» in reality a histoiy of the 2d of De cember, 1851, ro* bitsd by M. de Maupas, Prefcct of po­ lice at that time, one of tho first insti­ gators of the coup d' etat, and oao of its warmest and boldest actors. "Tho arrests were all to he made by police commissaries. For a month I ,j had Kent for each of these officials to my office, and bnd selected for the most im­ portant commissions those whom I deemed the most resolute. "With a sin­ gle exception I found the utmost devo­ tion. All who were to act on the 2d had been warned not to leave home,and received orders at 2 a.m to be at the Prefecture of Police at a specified time, between 3 and half-past 4. Five mih atea wero allowed cach officer. On ar­ riving they were kept apart ...

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. — 21 January 1887

1 •4 I'a t, Boots & Shoes A ^VriiLBfS TINWARE & AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, REAL ESTATE AGENCY. LITTLE FALLS, MORRISON CO., MTX\ JRothwell, Taylor & Marriott We have for sale 10,000 acres of lan in Morrison county for S3 to $8 per acre. Terms ofPajrinent to Suit Purchasers. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. —Lund* in BKNTON ami MIL Li LACS Counties Tor Sale.— Pine Lands for sale. Lands bought aaad sold on commission. Abstracts of Title to Morrison county lands furnished at regular rates. Call on us before par chasing. Offi.ce on First Strtet, First door H'm. Hvtkr* Stu,n. H. F. SGHLEDSGNGB, •DEALER IN- Blacksmith Supplies, Sash, Doors, Building Paper, Glass, Pujfcty, Lime, Cutlery, Cement and Plaster of Paris, Wood and Iron Pumps and tlie finest line of cook ajid heating stoves North of Minneapolis. ICES LO W \+tj sr •.•iji tfvptsHss V- •.«. v.-TtaaaaBfefe1 Keadymade ^Clothing THE OLD STAIffD or MATTB1N & MEDVED FOUND THE LARGEST STOCK OP Dry Goods, Groceries, ...

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. — 21 January 1887

hPt* Itipley :Hni SJre^ Ad-? vMitAffti The Pioireer ProM snys that "a tyewerftil lobby has bttn organjssed to secure the location of the Soldier's r-Botn» at Ft, Ripley, MorriHon county *That "powerful liibby" is public aenti* •taent, •Itis evWent to all but ?a few St. Paul boomers that Ft. Ripley '•ii the proper place for thntinstitation. 'The fcheine to have it located at St. Pnol*tiiU require the appropiution of $100,000 to purchase the site and construct bnildinfo aivl It would not be in readiness to beneilt those for whom is intended for nearly two .years. If the Ft. Ripley location is accepted "St would not require $5,000 to place the buildings in shape to receive and 'comfortably quarter 9?)0 veterans 'Within two months. In fact, the gov­ ernment buildings are now ready to accommodate uiore men titan wtfuld apply fat pometifne, butmoneyshonl'd be approorMrted^toinake some repairs and place the premises in perfeet condition. Ten1, thousand dollars would 'tiiflke Ft. Ripley bet...

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. — 21 January 1887

"And when w® meet, a» meet we maT 'Twill be tta strangers, Upton Roy—'' With scornful lip I tamed sway. He did not stretch lmnd, nor chido( He stood quite silent in his pride As silently I left bis side. Across the stubble brown and dry. Beneath the purpling twilit sky. Alone with wrathful thoughts walked "Henceforth as strangers let it be, Aud when we meet be suro he'll see No trace of cank'ring caro iu me." The froEen snow beneath our. feet Trod icy hard as cruel sleet My heart foreknew that we would meet. With scorn we met, with pride we passed A bitter sigh rose an the blast, No look my haughty eyes upcast. 4,To-day the soul of Upton Rejr Sped gladsome on its heavenward way And will you come?" I heard him say. The grass was new beneath our feet, Along our way the lanes wore sweet "An strangers, Upton Rey, we *neet." The candles twinkled through the gloom About the coffin bud and bloom Of roses white made sweet the room. In silent scorn of me ho lay. "You vex"—liia cold lips seem...

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. — 21 January 1887

I I I I I, 1 $ .'sV sn C0S8RESS105AL PR0OTDIS6X. SENATE:.—Mr.Dawea, from tlia committee on Indian affairs, reported buck with an amendment the house bill granting the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba Kailrond company tho right ol way through In­ dian reserv itionn in Northern Mon tana and Northwestern Dakota. Thb amendment w*is the addition of tho word "operation" to tin bill, BO aa to make it read: ''Tho iRhfcs of the Indiana shall bo preserved in hho construction and opera­ tion ol the road." Mr. Sherman intro­ duced a bill to reimburse the depositors ot the Freed man's Bank of Washington. Senator Cu'.lom has announced that he hoped to et a vote on the interstate com mores bill shortly. He no longer haa such an expectation. He now Bays that he hopes a vote will be taken this week but it is nst certain that that even will be possi­ ble. It seems more probable that the debate wifi continue to Wednesday o! next week. Senator Edmunds, from the committee on the judiciary, recently ...

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. — 21 January 1887

•4—! I &' sax OoKmrr, ygfiigs^" FIH^NCIAL STATEMENT Oahbalance, Jan.1,1SIT, I li 1 iSF., -FBO*— collection of state taxee frUcptl and lot oa suits ludi Otpnty revenue AiaA Toron fund* Sdhool filBtrlot fond County poor fund Bute text book ltrnd Rblio Irate redemption (tad school fund County bonds tod interest Vnayportloosd And iwttupp. fudJinur M, UN Total Paid state of Mlnneeota on taxes, county revenue warranty town and village treasuTtH, seheol district treasurers. county poor warrant*, private redemption, •tate for text books, state of Mlnneaota on state lend* Taxes refunded, by order of state auditor. Skate text books, NTenuOi County poor, 511.70 county bonds, 87.10, Public aeheol, Ml license refunded (Deneek) IM, Oonnty revenue, Paid Interest on county bonds. Public school funds to school aii.trlct, Befanded towns and school districts, ... in treasurer's hands. Jan. I* 1M7, Balance In treasurer's hands belonging to *#a fellow lnx funds: .County revenue fund, poor, overdrawn...

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. — 28 January 1887

Jit. 'Si?! PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Legal. H. FAKNHAM, Attorney at law. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. CHAS. A. LINDBERGH. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICK 1ST MAKOTTK'3 BRICK BLOCK LITTI/E FALS. MINN TB. B. PR^bue?, Attorney at Law. Or*ICE: First door nortV of Merchants tic-tel. LITTLE FALLS. MINX. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Assent.for the American Agency & Collection Co. Bays and nell* real estate, and loans money or. same. A'so has a lp.rv.e amount at choice land and town Iota for sak-. LITTLF. FALLS, MINN. JOHN W. "WILLIS, Attorney fit law. Litifcation conducted in nutate and Fedemi Courts, Collections rowle all parts nt the Vuited Pt9t(iS. Taxes Paid nud Real Estate managed for Non-Resident'.-. OFFICE Nut. Get-. Am. Bank Rnildinc '-8A1NT PAUL, M-.NN Ofti^Sal. I.YMAI KTO'KOR, REGISTER OF DF/EBS, MOTtUlHON COUNTY. MINN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. I!»s Lands for Bale. OFKirE AT COURT TlOCSf-". LITTLE FALLS, Pov Tnxer. HOIWj, Clerk of the District Court.. Seventh Judicial Dist...

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. — 28 January 1887

$ i•! 5 %v. s5 "V,' vH 31-/. 5 •v ,,v a.'? |t§W .. M* *-U w,'* "ISPpfi* IS# UtUe 'Falla Transcript. W. M. JlJUJEa, FaUfabar. XITTLE FALLS, 1QNNS80TA, New York dealers report the los« of ley on Christmas and New Year's cards. Thq demand does not seem to exist for them as in years gone by, -and large stocks remain on hand, es­ pecially of the more expensive styles. New York papers are now delivered in Philadelphia, Baltimore and Wash ington before breakfast on the morn­ ing of publication, anad penetrate into the far south from three honrs to a whole day ahead of the regular mails. Washington newspapers have never been Very successful, and under such competition as they experience at .present, will be still less so than ever. It is probable that through the un­ usual interest in the army bill a much larger proportion of Germany's 9,500, 000 voters will turn out at the elec­ tions on Feb. 21 for members of the new reichstag than appeared at the polls at the last election. As 236 of the...

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. — 28 January 1887

:A' FATilEB McGLYNfl. AnhUihop Corrljpui Gives to tlM Pubilo All the Correspondence with the Catholic Dignitaries In Home Pertaining to the Difficulty with the Suspended Prelate. NEW YOBS, Jan. 21.—Dr. MoGlynn'E friends Will hold a meeting in the church to-morrow evening in spite of Father Donnelly's order* It is believed that Father Donnelly will ctfl In the police to prevent it, if neoessary. The archbishop called his counselors together to-day and held a lengthy meeting', at whioh the whole situation was disounsed, together with Henry George's challenge relating to an order which, it is claimed, was sent oat by the archbishop' to the priests against the constitutional oonvention. The challenge created quite a stir among the priests of the diocese. It was stated by a friend of George that the labor leader had in his possession, or could get possession of, several orders which the archbishop had sent out, and that the statement he made be could prove A priest who is well Renown amo...

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. — 28 January 1887

mJ&.. iffljitjj:•!••.. -ivac,--.•-. .'. sbwbhw^#? tmv? WmmM mmmmi A#® Wmm il!IP£i '•r-i mmmmt liM wmwm :)AV &• pj®!Ssg VIH S:ii*^pSSiSi Dry Goods, Keadymade 'OlotliiBg 0/1 -WILL BE KO[IN TilE LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clotitiag. Boots, & Shoes, Hats & Caps, nfL iESfeM •\v.. -15- REAL LITTIIE .-a: Produce in exchange for goods at th highest market price. Call Jtaid see us. MAUKIN Rothwell. Taylor & Maria We have for sale 10,000 acres of la ?.i Morrison county for $3 to. |8 per acre.: IMPROVED FARMS 'FOE' SALE. —LJIIKIR in IS^NTO.N nni ISif«Ii -liiipi'"- 'tJoairties :$BV Sa!o.— Fine Lands for- sale. Lands bought and sold on commission. Abstracts of T' MMMMMI DEALER, I'N: .\V 5?K.S.#i2 &&}•,''. WllilM m»*t+cx & MEDVED. ESTATE AGENCY FALLS, MORRISON (Jo.. .%! irrisr. S5 A. £. .&C iv•Vv-'&L* ...^ 'P& "'. "-'-VS •A. :fte ITt iu :M''-'T-.'f-v. v... .•',. WmM HOOPH BUBTI-KS, ««&:•» vas#gts o^jUita^s^Pft:-. Vtftgpg. *1-. Iffiud -.-...

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. — 28 January 1887

*r f. 4 0R Fiftr J* tp-fr 'V fVr* ?f: 4*'f? %i ^ivrt ssttr9* TS"** ps. School*. theFir*t' Primarj. Second, 2Mm»ry. IThrtt Iutermcdlaie, Secpnrt I»torroe?iate. Grammar and High School. Each department shall consist of two grades, except the Frst Primary, which Sfhtl'. consists*''« many grades aa shall be deemed advisee h* ,ba Prnclpiil. 2. The win£-lmiklinir shall be tlevo led to the. use of the Primary %jimnudils* m»e Sast floor of llift tnaine bmldinar.'to the m»e]of the InlewfcKdiutc departmdnts, and the second floor to the u^e of the Gmraraar ami the Hii?h Schools. 3. Any pupil wIh shall have been absent six times-, during any one term, shall be suspended by the teacher, and iTvn cases of tardineaa shall count as one absence. But no absence oo account of sickness shall be counted, .provided a written statement of the fact be sent to the teacher, by the parent or guardiun. No suspended pupil shall be re-infiiuted, except by the proper comnHitce, nppnin' ted by the Board. Appeal to...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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