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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 18 March 1887

strongest rival. TD*«fl6rttoha*e law parted by leglalittre td allow the people or 8t«ntns fionntyto vote on the qneitlon •of division cmneed nattchi hard feeling between 8t Cloud and Sank. Centre, the dtizens of Uie latter village claim- should be several ol the teachers of 1. .a A ... .. tna AAMMiw »AU%A1V A.ar tap that they had been deceitedby St. Cloud. The division would' have made anew county out of the townships in "the north western fart of Stearns, -and the detached territory wonld have contained a larpre share of the Ttepub lican votes of the present ,eonnty. Tt is claimed that the St.'Clond Repnbli cans actively opposed tne division be­ cause it wonld then greatly reduce 'their power in state conventions. The hnployes in the railroad shops at Brainerd commenced working ten hours a day, last week. At the first meeting of the cityj •council ofllftntonerd last week. Alder man Taylorrows elected president. F. E. Parsons clerk, and 6. 8. Fern aid city attorney. Tuesday, Frederi...

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. — 18 March 1887

T* •,'. l» :Vifffi'. DOUBT, Some time in each nrnn'n ore Comes the strafe spirit—doubt. He cannot shut it oat. Or banish it by pleasure, rest or strife. He doubts humanity He questions whether Providence exists, And, swathed in blinding mists, Religion seems to him profanity. Then, once again, goes up That question: Is there any God, Or any life beyond the sod With which the sexton rounds the grave mound up? And, as of old ho asks, "Where is the promise of his coming?" for Since patriarchs fell auteep, evenasbefore, Evil's foui serpent form in the sunshine basks, While contradiction stranse Still makes a paradox of human life, The sacred bookB with error's clouds are rife, And through their volumns devils seem to rango. But though ho gropes rijrht on, No answer comes distinct to gire him rest He, too, must live in darkness like the best Who in the vanished past no vision won. Yet, when the shifting band Of myths and phantasies have left him 'lone, Steps down the angel Duty from her ...

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. — 18 March 1887

MM »U1XXCMKB'S DXAUL V««r Ward iKdur PuiH PIISIHII} iw, According to Ms fl«k Repeatedly bptMiti Mr. Bescber died on Tuesday morning the 8th inikt at 9:30 in presence of his fami­ ly. Dr. Searle makes the following state­ ment in regard to the distinguished divine's last hours: Mr. Beeelier began to fail decidedly at 8 o'clock, jbhis morning respiration rapid. At 4 o'clock the family was summoned.. Death came slowly and stealthily. Respira­ tion became faster, until sixty a minute was reached. The pulse was variable, often reaching 140. He still remained in the same condition except breathing. His eyes were closed, and be was entirely uncon­ scious. The motions of the right Arm be­ came less frequent,and were finally stopped almost entirely. About 9 o'clock in the morning we could detect the first symptoms of immediate death. His pulse ran up still higher, flickered and fluctuat­ ed until ?-28, two minutes before his death. Hispulse ceased almost entirely at the wrist, so faint that ...

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. — 18 March 1887

A 3 -i~ C.: *•-Vxv!i- te**'- fi,.tR| «MW for a 14 fillWr Til MAN 1 "SaQB&HW ..... _„,,, ^wu—HH1»tts 14rtcw»wq*M chanfM te. mi list. 4 sngwr'acheok tore* deepest plok AtDae^ an&tener's wieio* wmk. Vhe girl* tHat bore the lit* part Then took tkensrala wjtb all their heart) ok, for tt mmi, a man, a man-* And then*!)« full-voice* etioir begaft Salnsra wifcn all their migfct and Bala finish to the rrl refnriag Ob* for mansion in tbe skies, A Sean—» mansion is the akjee. —M. 0. BvmgerforO, In Jttfe* SHAMS ANO FRAUU5. |ea» Unvnrciishe4 Troth* Aboat ety" at the Kutbraal Capital. Although there is a great show and any amount of "social position" and ••rank" i^'Washington, there is not an equal amount of wealth to support it in two-thirds of, the cases. The majority rof those who shine in society and are. the most prominent and irrepressibl# are dependent on Government salariej, and it takes close management to moke them suffice for plain living and a place In society. Many of the Sen...

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. — 25 March 1887

ir" a i®*, ,H:s lip i'L TOT. 11. HtOFESSlONAL CARDS. Legal. «. H. FA10WHAM, Attorney at Ltv, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. A. LINDBERGH, itrOHNEY AT LAW. E#KCXT| MASOTTK'C B*ICK SLOFL*. UTTLC AM. MINN N. RICHARDSON, Kttsnwy and Counsellor at L»w. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. B«T« and sella real estate, and loans money same. Alto has a large amount choice 1 and town lota for sale. LITTLE PALLS, MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney at Law. Litigation conducted inallStateand Fedenii Collections m»d« in all parts of the aited Ptates. Taxes Paid and seal Hatate managed for Non-Residents. OFFICE Nat. €»er. Am. Bank Building 9Aim PAUL, M..NN Oftleial. ^XYMAN SIGNOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOKBTSOK COUNTY, MINI*. Witt furnish Attracts of Title. Pay Taxes. Raa Lands for Sale. OFFICE ATICOURT HOCSK, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. LE0?i llftCDE, Justice of the Peace. '""'•'LHTLS FALLS, MINN. S. P. FULLER, Justice ol the Peace. Office on second floopof Marotte's block, Oak St. LITTLE FALLS. MINN. BUSINE...

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. — 25 March 1887

little Falls Transcript. W. IL 7ULLEB, PuUiihsff LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. Senator Mahone ot Virginia declares with much emphasis that he will nev­ er by any influence which ha possesses aid in repudiating one cent of the debt which Virginia owes. British capitalists propose to build flouring mills in Brazil and get a wheat supply from the Argentine Re­ public, thus shutting out American flour which has hitherto had a good market in Brazil although paying a duty of 75 cents a barrel. British capitalists have also captured Peru. Bismarck has secured by his recent appeal to the electors of Germany not merely an obedient majority in the Reichstag, but virtually has wiped out that body as a check upon his plans and methods in state affairs. Imperialism in the Kaiser's empire is Bafe from parliamentary annoyance for the present. Consul General Heap, whose death at Constantinople was noted a few clays ago, was probably one of the best-informed men in the consular service of this government...

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. — 25 March 1887

I' $*£ itk The Silent Gossip. When a young woman stands be­ tide the fire-place, taps her foot on the ruj?, and says coolly "I feel very utich honored, I'm sure, but I don't think we are suited to each other," the young man who is most interested in the conversation can do nothing bet­ ter than depart as soon as consistent with his dignity. So Richard went out and banged the door, leaving Dolly in the library. Dolly was 18, Bichard was 23, the ages at which a man and a woman •re most given to tormenting each other. Dolly thought Richard the hand­ somest and wisest of human beings Bichard thought Dolly the loveliest and most lovable of women so there is no use describing either of them. That Dolly should refuse Richard, or that Richard should propose to Dolly in an unfavovabe moment, may Mem very strange, but it was the fault of a gossip, a silent gossip, who or which had circulated most extraor­ dinary intelligence concerning Rich­ ard. One fine afternoon, less than a week before th...

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. — 25 March 1887

'. '-v Hm *&•% WmMmcr 3^11® W'M A AT A. ANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes Dry Goods, Keadymade •Clothing' ATTHE OLD STAND OF MAURIN & MEDVED WILL BE FOUND THE LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, TINWARE & HA^im TNI OKkKBRATBD ORB PANTALOON OVERA8A wii&iMTXD mn nr. Produce in exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call and see us. MAURIN & REAL ESTATE AGENCY. LITTLE FALLS, MOBRISOW CO., MIWIF. fiothwell, Taylor & Marriott We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for $3 to $8 per acre. Term* er Payment to Suit Popehuem. IMPROVED FARMS FOR -Ink la BEKTON aad MILLK LACS Counties Tor Sale.— Pine Lands for sale. Lands bought and sold on commission. Abstracts of Titld to Morrison county lands furnished at regular rates. Call on us before pur­ chasing. Qjflc* e* StrM, First door wit Wm. hutkvs &/*,* «. —DEALER IV- Sash, Door8j Building Pamper, Olass, Putty, Lime, Cutlery, €«ment ft...

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. — 25 March 1887

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF LAIS OF MINNESOTA SESSION OF 1887, Indexed According to Number. XKWS "Relating to Railways. To retmlata common carriers and creating the railroad and warehouse oommUislon... 1 For tbe protection of railroad switches 2 Regulating the rate of transportation of cat­ tle, etc S For the taxation of lands held by railroad cor-pinies 4 Defining Itabilitie** of raii'oad companies as to damages unstained bv employe* For the taxation of railroad companies 6 To compel railroad companies to build and repair high way crosslags 7 For freedom traffic ia the state 8 Reimbursing settlers tor money expended in defeuding suits brought bv rallro ad com­ panies 9 l.lcemto and Snl« of Liquors. lPgrlating amount of licenses 10 Amend law relating to lupiors 11 To further regulate sale and disposal 12 To fine and punish unlawful disposal of it.| Tor* 13 Authorizing phaa:maci/t8 to seli liquors 14 Reeulatloji iClections. Relating to elections 15 I)ralnngt). To form drainage districts ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 25 March 1887

}i Ka« H. MA a^J l»llvB HV9 uOv aCvfpi9Q sections one tl) and two dred and eleven (ill) 38TO,"1^ive aets relating to taxation of the company nig the same, sball become liable to ti*y, and shall pay a percentage of its cross earnings, in lien of oil other taxes, in accordance with^he1 provisions of the chapter hereinbefore referred SBC. 2. No railroad, or branch, or extension of a railroad in this state shall hereafter he opened for public use until the management thereof shall officially notify the railroad and warehouse commission that the same is finished and in a sate, condition for operation. Within one year after such notification the corporation constructing and operating such railrvad, branoh or extension, shall lile in the office of said commission a map and profile thereof, with table of (trades, curvatures, and mileage, and a statement of the other characteristics of the road, certified by its president and engineer, in such forru as the board may prescribe. SEC. 3. This "...

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. — 25 March 1887

& li vi gjj&in oongrew who*'ftofetved the highest iftftiber ofvotea, «sp^o^um Bhall bedSSt J*h«winatter pfxvh^Jfo* iMftwiwor representatives in%trMi, in tu °r districts in which aald Me yoto oc- 8^0- electors chosen aforesaid jMhalt, at twelve o'clock on tho day diluted bv ^congress ot the tinted Stafai,Swthe ifStL?1 Government of this state, and «w» and there perform the duties enjoined on thembv the eowtftntion.and laws of the bnited Btatea. LJSEa 45. Every elector of president tod vlo# tlje '•h£»* Vwt United Btatea ahali, before the Ti"011^ day n*xt preeedin* the ^*5*ed by »w ot congresg to elect a president |ttaii,oeptesUent, irivenotiot to.tbo SOTtnior that lie In at the neat ot governmem and Is ready at the proper time to fulfill the duties oton elector and the governor shall forthwith deliver to the electors present a certificate of all the names of the too torn unci if nny electors namod therein fails to appear before nine o'clock the morning of the day of election o...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 25 March 1887

Iftv I if '-W# -V ingsatd report tool profei&rthe appell ant ajrlghts the 'prMritoQ^Jticher as to assess­ ments or dufrnageH,*'am^Cfe*. drainage district ttlvall pay the costw of the but if the iter clfllon be asainft tU« t^pmnt jadmaeat' shaft be* rendered ditrntiwriiti th^sppeut, and tlmiahq *®jeHatit pay all co^ts: thereof pttbtK, pwrtyt© such appeal to Bay* the name right* to appeal 4o the supremo court as jkrtle» to ordiharyciyil. •ctlona.- SKC, 28. The viewers 6h*U reCeifO cprn pensuticra for their services threfc dblHtra T$3) per day lor the time actually entraged to per­ forming their duties under this act,'and the en­ gineer employed by said viewers shall receive five dollar* ($5) per day for his sendees. Suoh compensation to be paid out of the drainage fund of suoh sub-district upon the order ol the board of drainage commissioners. Sue. 120. Upon muking and filing the order confirming the report of the viewer* an* ortaui izlng such sub-drainage district, the Iwafrd of ...

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. — 25 March 1887

detail, and the trustees shall have this right and power at their discretion to accept bids for particular portions ol the work, if for the ad­ vantage of the state and ull measurements and accounts as the -work prosrrenH.es shall show in detail the amount and character of the work for Which payment, is made. SEO. 14. The cost to the state of the site for said "soldiers' home" shall be paid out of tho appropriations heroin made, bnt shall not ex­ ceed the sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000). SEC. 15. The moneys herein appropriated for purchasing tho site, and constructing said sol­ diers' home, shall be paid to the parties to whom they may become due and payable, directly from tho treasury of tne state, on the warrant of the state auditor, and the state auditor 1Bhereby authorized and required to draw the said warrants for money due under this act. upon tho order of the board of trustees or their executive com­ mittee, accompanied by vouchers therefor. 8tjc. 1(3. No trustee or off...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 25 March 1887

'V-'-'A 'V I- ^o.- i-/ ~-—'r iM.^.r..!.,,^ vlsora, constables an^town clerks of towns, and IheuamroiaalODOTrs. *rorjff and county attorneys •of tho'Couatiee etnbrtfcpd. h«rein. having knowl­ edge ortho violation of thelprovtsUaisof thf«aco, •to make aoniplalnt thereof to Any justice of the peace of the proper conpty, and said Justice •hall issue a warrant for the arrest of the of­ fender, and proceed to hear and determine the matter In mu?uo in the awse manner as provided in other oases and v^ery person con viewed uu der the provision of this act snail stand com-. micted to the county jail until such line is paid, provided such imprisonment shall-not exceed ninety (OOj days. SBC. .14, 'Uw connty auditor shall rootive as CfaniK'CinatioD for toe services imposed upew Ulm by Ui is act two porccnt of the amount received for taxes for this purpose each year, to he paid out *,t tho county treasury a-» the salaries for county officers aro paid. SEC. 15. That the county commission em of eac...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 25 March 1887

A. 1 •A- V*V. •:."'-':3!''si^? •lection. after permission is granted thenefor, ana the same most be adopted by the majority ot tbo. electors 'voting thereon in each county effected thereby. SEC. 2. All act# or parts of acts inconsistent with this act arc hereby repealed. SEC. 3. This act shall take effect and BO to foroq from and after Its passage. Approved Feb. 25th, 1887. 6»7 AN ACT to amend chanter eight (S) of the Gen cial Statutes of 1878, deiiaiug the duties of county auditors, judges of probate and clerics of court. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota: SECTION 1. That chapter eight (8) of the Gen crai Statutes of One thousand oiirht hundred and Hevonty-eitjlio (187H) be and the same is horebv amended hv adding thereto the following sec­ tions, to wit: "Section 271. The several judges of probate, county audituM. and clerks or the district courts of this state shall, during the hours when their respective offices am or may be required by Jaw to be open, e...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 25 March 1887

over and above shall be turned over to the owner of the property. SEC. 10. No incumbrance upon land created before or after the making a contract, or peri, forming OT furnishing material, under the eulldinglabor, rovtfcJon# of.this net, shall operate upon the erected or material furnished, until the lien in favor of the person performing the labor cr furnishing tho material shall have been satis­ fied. BttO. 11. 16 shall be the duty ot the court where any doubt arises a a to the construction of this act, to construe it so as to (rive to. the per­ son performing any labor tlie fuil amount of Ms claim over and above all costs and a reasonable attorney's fee, to be determined by the conrt. Bsc. 12. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act ore hereby re­ pealed. &RC. 13. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after Its passage. Approved March 8th, 2887. 93. AN AC? to amend sbapier 54, General Statutes 187S, resardhiK exeeators aud administr...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 25 March 1887

Lville Items. Inhere, ifod the farmert are gctUuf rtiwly for «ee4ing. iThil infantson of Mr.*foMf Frank ^mpklii died 1«& Tbjmday and th% funeral took placo at Swan Rivtr, on Snnday. A Itrjpe -©few- ot teamsters pasted through town {1st Thursday en rontc for WiscoDsin to work di tbe railroad. -,' •'-/F.Ik Simmons, editbr oftbe Long Prairie Leader, was in town on Battir •day. Mr. Ed Breder baa moved his family from Little Falls to Swanville and occupies rooms over E. A. Flood's •ton building. F. F.. Turner made a.flyfeg visit to Long Prairie last Wednesday'. Albert Bfoelow has the lumber ou the ground for his new store building. Mrs. Broder is vMtlng Lang Pralri* friends thiseek. J. D. Stitb coo templates building a new dwelling bouse the Coming summer. Mi»a Mary Blair left last week to at­ tend the 8isters'school at Belle Prairie. Mrs. B"ile Fflood closed hee winter term ot school in Swanville a few days ago. this being the fifth term oqtr school has been taught by Mrs. Flood. 'M...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 25 March 1887

AN irpNT^LNI^ Bow 15,(MO Yeterass Rejoiced Ifliea the Sit Cim-'lidiMi of Joy Uasp«akable. Written for the Tribune. "Theyears o! a lifetime are too few to efface from memory a scene in which I was an active participant one night more than twenty years ago in the wilds of East Tennessee." The speaker was an old volunteer officer who served through the war in an Ohio regiment. He had seen a great deal of war in all its phases, and had been once severely wounded. At this time he was one of a small company of •friends who were talking of those stir­ ring events. Being pressed to tell the story of the night ia question he con­ tinued: "I belonged to the old Fourth corps, array of the Cumberland. When •U ncle Billy' Sherman laid Atlanta in ashes and pulied out with five corps for Savannah, he sent back the Fourth and Twenty-third, under 'Old Pap' Thomas, yon remember, to take care of Hood, who, by a wide detour to the north and west, had turned up on the Tennessee river and was threaten­ i...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 25 March 1887

A FBIGHTFUL WRECK. KlffctCssekes sf aBestea* TrrrTitau n-M terfralsGe Bewa Wltk a Hiffc Bridge. SOM Thirty Ftmn KUlei »i Seventy lajar of Ik* Lstter is Dylaf Ceadltlsa. Boston, March 14.—An accident tbta morning occurred on the Dedh&m branch of the Boston A Providence railroad be* tween Forest Hill and Boalindale^ at Baa* fey Park bride*. The 7 o'clock train from Dud bam, consisting of seven can a,n'|, a, baggaje car, under charge of Conductor Tilden, broke through the bridge. The engine and three ears went over safely, but the five others fell through the bridge to the toad beneath, a distance of thirty feet. The last car, which was the smoker, turned completely over and struck on top of the others, all being crushed almost out o! shape. The latest reports place the number of killed at thirty-three and of injured at-sevonty. The bridge is compara­ tively a new one, and the accident was caus* ed by a truck on oneof the cars giving way, causing the car to strike against the abut*...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 25 March 1887

€oijk»ng »tfr*: "I have tvrtft looked npon thelaoe ol the iiKrydr Whom I believe wotda sell out MITLKNU"^. JKWM, —Misd Kate Field fcaa realised aiort utte of 9100,000 oat «ftel^hdn«*»t6ck, besidea large investments in Washing­ ton real estate.—Chicago Journal. —Id me. Patti-Nieolilxi was presented In Philadelphia With a pair of large illver and bronze vases by the Welsh born citizens of the Quaker City.—Phil 4delphia Press. —Queen Victoria'has conferred upon Miss Emily Faithful a grant of five hundred dollars in recognition of her services to working-women,'to whose cause she has ever been faithful. —*Piresident Arthur's firatt work for jnoney was fcfcv write the life of a tem­ perance lecturer ^tLansingbiirg, N. y„ named Hamilton. He received, t^enty-fiVje dollara jtor fo— Troy Times —Mr. 8. H. Puleston the millionaire member of Parliament, who proposes to purchase $2,000,000 worth of Penn­ sylvania coal lands, Wa»j*(lw^ity years ago a reporter on a small paper at Pitts ton, V%.—-P...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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