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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 April 1887

4) J# iM .x' 4 IV f- m* 'Wrr. f"J'" 19i? Pit PROFESSIONAL CARDS. B. H. FARNIIAM, Attorney at law. LITTLE PALLS, L.ITCLE FAI.S. MINN. CHAS. A. LINDBERGH. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OTKICE1N MAROTTE'3 BRICK BLOCK MINN N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Boys and vlls real estate, and loans money jasaine. Also hn« a lsuv.e amount »i choice Shod and town lots for ?a1e. LITTLE FALL'S. MINN. "JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney at "Law. LVtieat'.on conducted in all tate and Federal Courts. Collections ntudtr in till parts tutted States. Tnxi•% I'md and Real Lsta-e managed for No n-Ke«! dents. Okfick Nat. tier. Am. Bank Bnildii.ff SAINT PAUL, M"NN OIKcial. 1YMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOK1MSOM COUNTY, M7NN. Will Omdsh Abstract* of .Title. Pay Taxes. P»8 Lands for Sale. „^rT~«. OFFf'K AT.nOURT HOITSR, LITTLE FALLS, MINN LEOS llWl'BE. Justice of the Peace. #»-Frdrie« of IL-niestenflP. fllintr K1n»! I'""'1' nd Jy other l,oe«l Lund Office bnsih«^ mi...

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. — 1 April 1887

fcj t&:,i V-'ij,' Falls Transcript. W. It fULLER, jhibUihA LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The public debt of Great Britain la $3,624,090,857 of the Empire of Ger­ many, $68,000,000 of France, $194,4967,310 and of the United States, $1,756,445,200. Since the death of Henry Ward Beecher, Rev. Phillips Brooks ol Boston, is spoken of as the first pulpit orator of the country. He can uttei a greater number of words to th« minute than any other public speak* er, and is the terror of phonographera. The New York Central Railroad Com­ pany is making experiments with the elcetrie light in passenger cars, and success in its efforts to use it will re­ move another great danger to travel­ ers. The oil lamp is probably almost as deadly in an accident as the hot stove. One of the Circuit Judges of Chicago gives it as his opinion, based upon official experience and general obser­ vation, that "the greatest evil with which modern society is afflicted is a want of common honesty." The brill­ iant John ...

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. — 1 April 1887

if-": A CORNEB IN KEBOSENE. StrMt Prtaeliln In Co IT. of ih« Journal OL Commerce, Ichabod Bailey was a farmer by habit of life, a horse trader by prac­ tice. Hia farm was mostly hay and grazing land, well up on the slopes of the mountain,and thence he descended on the lower country, as did the rob­ ber knight of mediaeval Europe to pray on the inhabitants of the val­ leys. But Ichabod had been growing old, and long familiarity had made the people for forty miles in all di­ rections so wary of any dealing with him that the. profits of his horse business in late years had been made only by long excursions into sections where he was not known. Business had grown dull. He knew how to win in a bargain, but only in one line— horse»trading. His conscience was a kind which is considered in some cir­ cles a fair average businessconscience. But his education was limited, special, and now that trade in his line was practically ended for him, since long journeys were wearisome to his old bones,...

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. — 1 April 1887

tv .. .-I**"5' 1 I -'L vy* Boots & Shoes Dry Goods, :-Lt% r#:," s. ..TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Keadymade ATTHE OLD STAND OF MAVRXM & MEDVED WILL BE FOUND THE LARGEST STOCK OP Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, TINWARE & HARDTP A &E THE CELEBRATED ORR PANTALOON OVERACT WARRANTED KSTES TO BIP. Produce in exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call and see us. Matjrin & REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Little Fax,ls, Morrison Co., Mikjst. Rothwell, Taylor & Marriott We have lor sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for $3 to $8 per acre. Terms ef Payment to Suit Purchaser*. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. —Land* in BENTON and MILM, LACS Counties for Sale- Pine Lands for sale. Lands bought and sold on commission. Abstracts of Title to Morrison county lands furnished at regular rates. Call on us before pur­ chasing. Offie* on First Strtet, First door nm-tk Wm. Butlers Store. H.IF.SCUSEHEB, —DEALER IN- Blacksmith Supplies, Sash, Doors, ...

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. — 1 April 1887

A wa' *i j*!*#* IIIS As stated last week tb« vi!l«jjte authorities are niakiiur ail effort to have the saloons closed on Stmday, and all saloon keepers were notified ifatit why Violation* would be followed by punishment. The taw was geneally obeyed last Sunday, l»ut it appears there wns at leaat one exception. On Monday J. P. Lacbance was arrested on a complaint charging bim with violating tii's law and 13. H. Farnhanri, village attorney, had charge of the prosecution, and Capt. Oscar Taylor of Bt. Clond WH» employed to defend Mr. Lachanoe. The case was ably tried on both rides, and the jury rendered a verdict of guilty. The lightest penalty possible under the law, a fine of $30 and cost and ten days' imprisonment, was imposed. Mr. Laehanre will take an appeal. There is no sentiment in this town in favor of placing the saloons nnder unreason hie restrictions or of persecuting any man who is engaged in the business. But there is a decided sentiment in favor of punishing any open and ...

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. — 1 April 1887

THTRK LAXK. Arid art thou then, my heart too old Ever to leap with love again, To feel the strong blood-torrent rolled Through heaving breast and teeming brain? la it no more, my heart, tor the* Life's one unquestioned ecatacy? Are faded quite those dim, far days When tinuaic mothered every sound, When up and down youth's happy ways Fared glories on eternal round? Has chill of years killed every joy That blossomed lor the wandering boy? These are the trees once known so well We felt to them all but beknown Their very shadow we could tell From other* by the forest thrown, The same glad songs from bush and bough— As once we heard, we hear them now. And theae sweet flowers beneath my leet. Their young eyes greet us as of yore. The hope, there! Still they think to meet Her glance that shall not answer more To us alone it cannot be They're looking up so tenderly. This is the same gray path we took Behind the slowly-going day As they do now,' the light leaves shook When evening breezes bl...

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. — 1 April 1887

4§ ft. ft :t". -v MJJnk '.^gl^jVi:,.. Vsi* THREE SCENES IN A LIFE. Not much to see-only blootf stains on the floor of a gambling saloon at Foudriere, all traces of which the at­ tendants were hastily removing not much to hear—only the footsteps of those who were carrying out the dead, and the idle comm^pts of players and loungers. "Not a case of suicide," said one of the habitues to au English officer standing near the doors—"Oh, nol He burst a blood vessel in his intense excitement, and died almost instantly. An Englishman? Well, yes, I think so —husband of the pretty girl we saw yesterday at the Establissement. Very ill she looked and quite a young child was at her side." And then arose the cry of "Faitos le jeu, messieurs!"—and the death scene was forgotten and the gamblers resumed their absorbing play. A small apartment in a quiet street, and a girl leaning from an open case­ ment gazing at the peaceful sky. Her face was vpry pale, with deep shadows under the eyes, telling of ma...

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. — 1 April 1887

1 lf-- ^i^aMe DlMston ot Itofttstiptio*. -M*y 8^6$ pagsettgew burned to Ueath uoar Belleville, France. 10t£St—lidttrjr. 6, 46 persons killed, 80 Jn jur^d, at open drawbridge, Nor walk, Cbhn. 1854-i-Oetober 24, 40 passengers killed on the Great Western in CauMa. 1866—July 17, 62 persons, mostly- cliil dren, bnrned and 100 injured on North Pennsylvania railifoad.. 1857—March 17, 60 persons killed on Great Western of Canada at Des Jardine Canal. 1857—June 28, 11 killed and 100 in­ jured near Lewishan, England. 1859—June 27, 30 persons killed and*40 wounded by a washout on Mich­ igan Sontliern, hear South Bend, Ind. 1859—August 2,13 persona killed on Albany, Vermont & Canada rail­ road in Tomhannoek creek. 1859—December 31, 14 persons killed at a bridge near Columbus, Ga. 1861—August 25, 23 persons killed, 100 injured at Cvoyden tunnel, near Lofulon, England. ICG2—October 13, 15 persons killed, 60 injured near Winchburg, Scot­ land. 2862—July 15, 50 persons killed, 60 in­ jured on 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. — 8 April 1887

-k' •tii ^5i 4 '*'-3 PROFESSION A IJ 'CARDS. LoiurnU ,4 7* 4B. II. FAIHSA'aw, Attorney LITTLE FAtLS, MlNN. 'OHA?. A. ISBBERGH, ATTOKNKY AT I,AW. (frflCE IX JI.VROTTK'S BHICK fetOCK L1TTLK FA r/i, .MIXN N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Ajrent for tfie American Afcenc? Collection Co. Buvs and soils real iftte, und lonnsj •msaine. Also lm« a Ur amount eh,ate Mind and town l-ts for s'ale. LITTtE FAbL°, MINN. JOBNW. WHVLTS, Attorw vy ,*t T/iw» 1 UiKfttWi (•oil'lucto.l in nllftntrand Cnnrts Collections iYiJitl* 1 in nHpflrtsg rcrtffl* Mate-. T.m* 1MM ami Real '.managed for Non-Residents. OFFICE" 'Nat. ter. Am. Bank Ruildlnn: '••PAIUT PAl'L, OflUual, T.TIWAN SIGNOH. KJ4GISTEK OF DEEDS, MOT! lit SON* COt-NTT. WH't ftwiilnb "li,u'S Has Lands for ^nle. OFFK'K AT 0"FPT H'''1--1" f.lTTLtf FAbb. OfTieo '11 second floor 1 Mftvotte sbt i.ITTLK FAtLS. MfVN 1,105 1I6W. Justice the Peace. 61 JFJfSSSi 1,1 W''UI*.?LW',PAUA MINN. S.F.FULLRB, •Justice of the Peace. ,cmk St BVSITOGA H- E. SO...

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 April 1887

Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Pubv^vT7 LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The government Nicaragua baa notified the powers of Europe that the United Str^ea will be granted no spe­ cial prerogative for the construction of an xnteroceanic canal. Mr. George W. Childs is having a portrait of the late General Grant painted for the West Point Academy, copied from a picture taken ia I860 that Mrs. Grant regards as the best photograph of him ever made. The annual report of the operations of the Missouri Pacific Railway places the loss to that road by the last year's strike at over $500,000, not counting indirect damages. Accord­ ing to the report of the Curtin com­ mittee, the loss to the strikers amounted to $900,000, The New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Company announces the entire success of its experiments in heating passenger cars by the usa of steam from the engine, but other roads are not satisfied with their ex­ periments. One thing is certain that the coal stove will have ...

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. — 8 April 1887

•fp JC £v qr AK AUTOGIUPH. 'SincereTy yours," and just beneath Yourname. The thought then came to me. Sweet as the first white rose's breath. "I have a friend, a friend In thee." It this be true, and true it is, For thou art truth thyself so true, 2 need no more to make my bliss Ah pure as heaven's ethereal blue. Why should I care for wealth or fame? Poor bubbles these of empty air From all I turn to thy dear name, And find enduring substance there. The world may pass and heed me not, Its sweetest smiles to others lend My solace is this cheering thought, Yes, this alone, thou art my friend. G. W. CROFTS. LEFT IN THE PIT. It was past noon when I started for the home of my bethrothed. But thy horse was good and I rode hard. I might be at Trevesy by nightfall. There was a sprinkle of snow on the ground, and a feathery shower fell lightly around me, of which I thought nothing till sunset. The short, dark day was over at 5 o'clock, and at that hour a sharp wind spradg-upand the snow bega...

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 April 1887

Boots & Sfcoes :Sash, AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Keadymade ^Clothing REAL ESTATE AGENCY. LITTLE FALLS, MORRISON UO., MINN*. Hothwell, Taylor & Marriott We have for sale 10,060 acres of land in .Morrison county for $3 to $8 per acre. Terms ef Payment lo STiit PiirehagcrN. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. —Lands in BENTON and MI I,I,IL LACS 'Counties for -Siile Pine Lands for sale. Lands bought and sold on 'Commission. Abstracts of Title to Morrison county lands furnished at regular rates. Call on us before pur­ chasing. Office on First Slrtet, First door ntrf H^/». jButlers St" e.. E F.SGHLEMm -DEALER IN- Blacksmith Supplies, Doors, Building Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cutlery, Cement and Plaster of Paris, Wood and Iron Pumps and the finest line of cook and heating Stores North of Minneapolis. RICES LOWER THA.N EVSi H. W- SCHLEUSENER,' THE McCOBMICK J. C.HESSEL. l\ SlNft VGtTR ORDERS FOR SUCCESSOR TO MRS. L. PERLEY, Dealer iu Millinery and Fancy 9roods. A complete ltne...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 April 1887

m. II v., -.*** 1 i* '^IjaffiTttlf^^i^^'-i iri »-4LH WrmibiCataiolio Fnir. Monday and Twfcday n^t, April 10 .and 12 the »frtir- lor the toniMt of tlie ^German Catholic hutch will tye held at ^4 ft Optra Hou«e, in thia vlll'-ge under Hie auspices! ol the ladies of thjii church. 'Extensive preparftffons have teen n't ad t to entertain all who come, and|it will he 'matte a pleasant social occasion. A j?r*at variety and number ofheautifoV and useful articles have been corti/Jbut cd to the fair by'the ladies •and fiends of the church, and 'will behold in various ways, The lint of .articles /iucludes house fuVnifnr*, very hand­ some decorations, painting* "t(pd needle wft-rk, toys, etc. Several1 piece* #»f ffi'rm mittchlnrrv will Ihj sold. A sumptuous supper will lie served each evening. be ginning at 5 :30. Excellent musici'i en­ tertainments, raffles, rnd ihe riwnrdinir -f^f prizes will result in making the time pass pleasantfy. All are invited to at­ tend and ^pend their time In !»ocin...

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 April 1887

A POLICY 0* BSTALUTIOS. I asked to iisa her at the door, But nay request was quite unheeded: Sho gave no sign, although I swore I loved her and with ardor pleaded. At length I dare and stole a kisa, Which roused th^maidnn'shulipnatioij ^She said, "This ifl an oat rage this I'll meet, sir, with retaliation." Her swimming eyes she raised to mine, Her honeyed, ruby lips «he pouted, Arid kissed me. Ah. it was divine, Blia.i unalloyed! Who dares todoubt it? 'Twas no hand kissing, 'twas no sham, But Hp to lip in osculation— Where kisses are concerned I am In favor of Retaliation. THE RED SCAR. When I found myself stranded, so to speak, in the heart of Yucatan, I was rather pleased than otherwise. I had been writing up the quaint old ruins of that strange land for a New York puper, and had turned ray laoe homeward, when I received a latter requesting me to wait at San Pablo for farther instructions. San Pablo interested me. It was a sleepy old Spanish village, with a big cathedral, a pi am...

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 April 1887

BE CABEFUL. From the Detroit Free Press. Be ^arelul what you sow, boys! For seed will surely grow, boya! The clew will fall, The rain will splash. The cloud** will darken, And the sunshine flash, And the boy'who sows good seed to-day, Shall reap the crop to-morrow. Be careful what you sow, girls! For every seed will grow, girls! Though it may fall Where you cannot know, Yet in summer and shade It will Burely grow And the girl who sows good seed to-day Shall reap the crop to-morrow. Ee careful what you HOW, boys! For the weeds will surely yro\v, boys! If you plaut bad seed By the wayside high, You must reap the harvest By and by, And the boy who sows wilrl oats to-day Must reap the wild oats to-morrow. Be carcful what you sow, girls! Fur all the bad will grow, girls! And the ?irl who now, With a carelerts haud, In Hcatteriug thistles Ov«r the land, Mustknowthat, whatever shesowsto--ay, She must reap the same to-morrow. Then let us sow good seeds now! Anil not the briers and weeds now...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 April 1887

I, n:: ."f'. Sfo .p- P:-: SCHOOL AND CHURCH —Women are admitted as students to 'the Paris medical schools and are mak­ ing a desperate effort to get into the law schools, —The Presbyterian Church in Zaca teoas is the largest evangelical church iri the Republic of Mexico. It has over Hunt* hundred members. —There are about 81,000 teachers* teaching in the public schools} of Netr ITork State. Of these, about* 29,000 are licensed by county copmiiasioiiers. About 800 hold State .license#. The other 1,200 are formal -graduates.— iV. Y. Tribune. —I'ev. Ir. Howard Crosbv eele nrated his sixty-lirat birthday recently by preaching a powerful sermon on home missions, which swelled the col­ lection -to several times the u*uai size. The dootor has-been pastor of the •Fourth Avenue Presbyterian Church, Now Jfork, twenty-four veaiv.. —In 1834 the Roman Catholics had in the diocese of Detroit one iSishop, thirty priests, and 20,000 of a Catholu population. In 1885, in "the territory comprising the...

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 April 1887

—fi I •j! fcK t. r\ 1 |is:v,',,'v|' Jt. '^^X QZt "'rr"~ ^•--r- 1 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Ie{fal. E. II. PAWOffXil^ Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, MTNN. CHA^. A. "LINDBERGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. afflCF IV HAftOTTK/S IJRirK BLOCK LWRUT MINTN N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. A sent for the American Agency & Collection Co. P.uvx nnd se!'s renl estate, nml loans money »n sfl'trit!. Also !ms a lnvue amount of choice ]R«'1 and t«vvn lots lor sale. liTTTIiF, FAIJA MINN. A. P. nLANCIIAKB, Attorney at V-a^v, PRACTICES IN ALL THE COURTS. OHice in Blitku liloek. LITTLE FALLS. MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney fit Law. I.ititjnti I'onrtncterl in all State and Fcd.-nn GonvH. Collections made in nil parts the Bailed Htn'n.s. Taxes 1'ni'l and Heal Hhtate managed for Nori-Residents. OFFICE: Nat. Ger. Am. T'arik ,zr: L'uildins 8A1NT PAUL, M..NN r^.T'iT. 1 t,ymah signor. REGISTER OF Di'il'OS, OKU I SON COl N TV, MINN. Pay Tii xi'*. WU1 furnish Abstracts of THk I' in lauds for Bale. OFFICE XT/...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 April 1887

Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publish,. UTTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. Some one has taker* the time and trouble to figure outtjhe various com­ binations of coins t)jafc might be used* in changingaquart'ar, andj^laces then at 215. The piecs8used in .making the changes are the 'iJO-cent piece, 10-ceq| piece, 5-cent pi.ece, 3-cent piece, 2-cent piece, and 1-c ant piece. To bo able to make all the, changes would require one 20-cent,, two 10-cent pieces, 12 2* cent pieces and 25 1-cent pieces, mak­ ing in all 53 pieces of money, repre­ senting ?1.88. At t".he coming commencement in June ^he University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor, will celebrate its fiftieth anniversary. On the occasion the faculty are desirous of welcoming back as many as possible of the former p'ipits. Some 10,000 or 11,000 are scattered over the country. Any of 'Said students intending to assist at (the celebrations may receive desired information by addressing J. H. Wade, Ann Arbor, Mich. The exercises will begin June...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 April 1887

I A. WITCniKO TIME. Tni witching time when, sparkling higher, Tho last log crumbles in the fire, And through the midnight's creeping cold The shadowa lengthen, fold by fold, And in the settle nods the sire. And the dame droopa nigher and maids draw Each to the man o? her desire, (So do the bashful seek the bold In witching time!) E'en at this hour, when revels tire, And the spent mirth and mood require Something to stir the sense or hold Tho BOUI in awe, these tales were told- 'Told, while tho flickering flames expire, In witching time! —AUSTIN sterns D^BBON-. PBISCILLA. Snow crystals were filling the air. Houses, fences, and trees were losing their clearness of outline in the cling­ ing white. The brown of the roads, the stiff spikes of frozen grass, and the withered of last summer's flow­ ers still showed through the fleecy whiteness. As the whitish darkness grew an hour before the sun-setting of a clear­ er day, it hemmed in a one-storied sable-roofed, New England house, showing,...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 April 1887

x-i AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes Dry Ooods, Keadymade iClothing REAL ESTATE AGENCY. LITTLE FAILS, MORRISON CO., MIITST. Rothwell, Taylor & Marriott We have far sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for $3 to $8 per acre. Tertta ef Pnyment to Suit Pnrehasiorii. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. —Lands in BENTON and MILLli I,AcS Counties for Sale.- Pine Lands for sale. Lands bought and sold on commission. Abstracts of Title to Morrison county lands furnished at regular rates. Call on us before pur­ chasing. i, Office 9n Fir$t Strtet, First" fym. Butlers $/«,*«. DEALERIK Blacksmith Sn|| Sash, Doors, Building G1i?9, Putty, Lime, Outlier, Cement and Plaster of Wood and Iron Pumps and the finest line of Cook Pails, and heating Stoves North of Minneapolis. PRICES LOWER THANHL73.1 H. F. SOHLEUSENERJ k^MiidU T. J. mm Cunuact* taken for all Kinds «ef worfc. Will i'urni^U material er not. KALSOMIJJiNG AND CRASHING .A. SPECIALTY. Slrop «n [First Slri'ot Qp powiie ltich^ri...

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