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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 6 May 1887

pylj,. I W W? '1 ''vfe tg* •J. %i »¥?•, H' v\ ,*1 f?*S :V A PT 'fifi mw O I I I PRQ'FESSTONAL CARDS. I^csrnl, II. FAK^H lin, Attorney at Xaw, "LITTLE PALLS, MINN. OHAS. A. UNDBERGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICEIS MA.BOTTE'8 BRICK BLOCK• LnriiE FALS, MINN N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells veal estate, and loans money same. Also )mi a lar^e amount of choHt :«nd and town lots, for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. A.TP. Bli AN, GHARD, Attorney at titiw. PRACTICES IN AXL THE COURTS. Office in Blako Block, LITTLE FALLS. MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney at law. LUiwition conducted In all State and Federal Courts. Collections made in »lltPar.ts United Stntes. Taxes Paid and Keal Estate 1 managed for Non-Residents. Office Nat. tter. Am, Bank Buildins •SAINT PAUL, M"'NK OftUnaW lyman signoe, RKGISTEIl OF DEEDS, MOKWSON COUNTY, MINN. Win furnish Abstracts of Title. I Justice of the Peace. TTLE'1°AW,8. MINK. S.P.FUM, Justice ot th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 6 May 1887

I Little Falls Transcript. I' W. M. FULLER) PnUiibm, LITTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. Cutting, the picturesque loafer ot the Mexican border, has requested the Secretary of State to collect $50, 000 from Mexico tor the indignities he suffered at her hands. Yet it is still bettered that* he will compromise for very few hundreds, and probably he will not get a single dollar. Geronimo'e band of Cbiricabuas, with the old desperado himself left out, however, are to be moved from Florida to Alabama. They have stood the climate and restraint much better than any one anticipated, and it is not likely that Alabama will kill them off with any alarming rapidity. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has rendered a decision to the effect that an express company, unless it can positively prove that there was no negligence on the part of its officers and employes, is liable for the full value of any package that is in­ trusted to its transportation and de livery. It has been demonstrated that pas­ senger trains ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 6 May 1887

I 3j(\ WHIT THET ABE ALL AFTIB. From fb« Courier-Journal. The lawyer with his caae, The horseman with hia race, The artist wifh his art. The actor with his part, The traveler with his tours, The doetor with his cures. All yell unto the press, "Oh, boom us to success] II only by a hint, Just rush us into print." The^ladies would not care Their gorgeous robes to wear The clergyman would spare Much of his brilliant prayer. The charitable soul Would modify his dole. The heroes of base ball Would hardly work at all, The sluggers grim and glum Would sluggards soon become^ E'en might our brave police Their efforts slightly cease, 11 all they do and say Wer'n't printed every day. RESCUED FROM A HAREM. The street which was our regular route to the ship had a gate and a guard house at either end. Blank walls about 20 feet high ex­ tended some 500 feet along both sides of the street. Behind these walls were the palaces of two of the grand pachas. W could only see the windows of the upper stori...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 6 May 1887

.f.•• ,&'v .« fig* -m^~ Mm "YOUR BYE IS CAU&HT and your senses overwhelmed when y*i enter Our store With Bright, New and Sparkling Goods FOR SPRING AND SUMMER Extending from the front to the *ear door. Honest Quality and Low Prices is tile force which gives life and motion to our fresh everchanging stock. SUPERIOR ATTRACTIONS AND GRACEFUL* 8TIM» prevail to all *»r immense variety of Dress Goods, White Goods, Lawns, Laces and Embroiderios, Etc., Etc., which we now offer at ROCK BOTTOM PRICKS. niiAKE A BEHTFELB, 'OAK STREET, LITTLE FALLS, MINN Boots & Shoes AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP GASH STORE Dry Goods, Keadymade ^Clothing THE McOOBlOCK, J. C. HESSEL. H. F. 8GHLEDSE9EB, DEALER IM Sash, Dpoi's, Builcliiig Pamper, Glass, Putty,, Lime, 0utfiiry, 8 PUP MW T. J. Martin, PAINTER. CoBtrtjWs^akwfer alt kind* tfwrk "WB1 furnish material or not. KAL80MININC AHD SPECIALTY. .A. Shop oilFirnl Street 'OP1* poaile RicWard Breas,' Jewelry Store WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE Specta...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 6 May 1887

v.... :HV•' :m PI w- 1 From tbe Royalton Banner. Ires-easa^^ '^-••W:. r- .-. "Sheriff Baalcot has begdnthe tioairtuc Hlon of a residence in the norAetn part *ofth village on Second stifeA. MarrlagelWensea have b«Cft lifted to H. A. SedA tnd Aupusta Wittier, and Christian "Virnig and Clara Ldldenfroat. Maj. A. "C. Morrill returned from Brooklyn #t Sunday evenlrtf, and la looking after his extensive intdr&ts hare. He does not (rive much encouragement about tbe bnilding of the Had of railroad north from St. Cloud alonf Aw weat side of the Mississippi. Pat Shannon, who was arrested last week and fined for disorderly conduct, was rearrested soon after lie was Pleased on a similar complaint He was again 'convicted and his fine placed at $'10 and costs or 90 dfcysjio jail. The authorities •didn't wanthim in tbe jlift very tnncb, and he was given an opportunity'to get out Qf to*b. He aeemed'to be favorably impressed with our villa|p, though, and hung around until tbe marshal got bis han...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 6 May 1887

h.' from tjfce Chioago Ss WDid thenobWl&ljoklTH Wth theafcinh# mi|i bin mittens. Made tbetn with th* far (rfdeinsld*, '. Mad« th«m withtbe skia side oaUid*: He, to get the eold dda otiteide, Put the inside skin oqfteifr He, tft get the cold oaMdt, Put the warm side for aid* inside That's why be put the fur side inside, Why he put thenkin side outside. Why he turned tltem inside outside. TWICE DEAD. It was evening, a still, red-skied evening late in summer. The sea plashed up in a sleep-like, murm urin monotone at the feet of the lew first strollers on the promenade, and big fashionable, fastidious Westmouth was wrapt for a little time in a dream, free trom the fretfulness and the flut­ ter of gaiety. In one of the quiet cross streets 1 found the gate to which I had been directed. A small brass plate an­ nounced the name, and the soft strains of a violin which floated ouc through the open window told me further that in •a tew more minutes I should be learning from Alice Ashbury t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 6 May 1887

I SUMMER IN WINTER. The snow ta melting on the hill eeps the matted gran le eye did look, alu I Upon a flaky shroud and itiU, A motion seems to sweep around^ O'er knoll and vale, as If outdraxrn From airs instinct with healing dawn, That strews with life the palsied ground, The bare ravine is lond and harsh. With blackened waters turned and led Along their steep and sinaoas bed, And oat Into the clammy marsh. A flash, a glance of yellow grain Falling before the clattering knife," And brawny arms, with merry life, Bundling and reaping long, amain. Tbe break of silver-threaded morn. The cool, still night, the tranced stars, And sweet winds under cedar spars, And flowers that breezy dells adorn. And then I think that now no mora Along the city's gusty street Shall plod the many shivering feet Of homeless children. Wlbter's o'er. —Howard Wydman, in The Current The Miller's Daughter. BY FRANCES B. SNOW. My friend Herbert Strange used to be thought a most atrociously dull fellow when we w...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 6 May 1887

X: I i? i-'V. ?5. *Sa1 MfifU te:l .,f 31 M}- 1 A ,.r «ptYf!w old tZJLi Scttic at kits 4' ^Mfid bne a^mato^nii Jhfnle:i r^ba^e open le t»? toko a hifnt %liin^» btit j. H|G eonstjmt war tlint tj »iUe W tako htfot'Siriland., tttt th time every living ci-eature that can ,leave the valleys" ascends the «jouh tains, clostly following the snow line, and eveu Khtk peace is not completely attained, the exposure to the winds being of far more benefit than the cool ness dne to the altitude, while the mos­ quitoes are left undisputed masters of tho valleys, except for a few straggling animals on their way from one range of mountains to the other. A laska' ^DISCOVERIES AT ZOAN. Th« Rare Archaeological Belies Recently Found in Egypt. Zoan was the seat-of the Pharaoh of Joseph, the scene ®i" the miracles of Moses, being situate in that pastoral .district, which in the hieroglyphic rec •ords, as well as in the Hebrew Chron­ icles, bore the name of "tho field of •JZoan" and which, under its classica...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 13 May 1887

). WA VOL II- MlOFESSIONAL CARDS. Legal, K. H. FABNHAH, Attorney atXaw. UTTLE FAM.S, MINN. tJHAS. A. LINDBERGH. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OrrtCK IK MAKOTTE'S BRTCk BLOCK ijMVLH FALS, .... MINN N. KICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. B*vs and s»ns real estate, and loans mouey yn «nn«. Also has a lar*e amount «f choice mad and town lot# for wle. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. BL4HCHARD «fc 8HELDOS, Attorney® »t Law. Practices in all the courts. Office in Blak* Block. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN W. "WILLIS, Attorney' at Law. Litigation conducted in all State and Federal Courts. Cotlecttoms made in all part* ofthe Hulled States. Taxes l'ald and Real JSBtate managed for Nott-Rcsidents. OFFICE Nat. Ger. Am. Bank Building 6 A INT PA UL, M./S'N Official. LYMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOKKtSON COVNTY, MINN. Will furnish A Vis tracts of Title. Pay Taxes. Hits Lands for Sale. OFF/CE AT COURT HOUSE, [,tTTl.i:FAI.t.3. "INS. 1J0N HWBDE, Justice of the Peace. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 13 May 1887

"fry' 'M' I Little Fall's Transcript. W. ML VDLLSB| Pttbliili6f« LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. Bra-a 3tre«Na say8 as an evidence ol the good times there are now employ­ ed in this country 400,000more wage workers than in 1885, and wages are above the high level of 18S2. The American Grocer estimates that there are in this country fifteen million consumers of alcoholic liquors, and that the average drink bill ol this is $46 a year. This would foot op a total bar fund of $690,000,000 a year. A comparison of the earnings of the Southern railroads for a series ol years past shows that they, have been larger this year than ever before, and ptrikingly illustrates the wonderful progress that this section of the coun­ try is making. The total property in this country is $15,000,000,000. This would make an average af about $200 each is it were all divided up. But a man having only $200 could not afford to invest it in any business he would naturally spend it or keep it for a rainy day. So, after ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 13 May 1887

'.7 HALF A CENTUKY. A Personal Sketch of Queen Vic toria. \ii Innoerat Tmg Girl Beeme* a BMolote, S«lf. Willed Woman—The Private Lift of tke (Jbmh-Hiw She Spend* Her Time—Her Por trait CmMly Drinn by Heraelf. All over the world preparations are feeing made for the celebration of the semi-centennial jubilee of Queen Vic toria, on 20th of June next. As Web* ster said, "The British drum-beat fol­ lows the course of the sun round the world not only wherever that drum beats, but in places like San Francis­ co, where the union jack only floats from the masthead of vessels in the bay, Englishmen are making ready to testify their loyalty by exuberant dem­ onstrations of devotion to the lady who, on June 20th, will have sat for fifty years on the British throne. And even to foreieners, who cannot be ex Eected to share the enthusiasm of the iritish, the recurrence of the anniver­ sary is not devoid of interest. When assistant secretary of State Hunter died the other day, it was said of him 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. — 13 May 1887

Ill CHEAP Se5 Boots & Shoes tWm,™ 1r( .V' CriV,- jr. AZJ! Goods, Keadymade 'Clothing1 .At present in the Simmons store on Oak Street, Little Palls, Minn. W. E. HARTING & SON- IMMENSE STOCK! LOW PRICES WILLIAM BUTLER Offers to intending purchasers a large and well selected stock of At lower prices than ever before offered in Morrison County. I HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF OF EVERY VARIETY AND AT PRICES TO SUIT THE BUYER. GOODS, H^ CAPS, BOOP S®g« fv & iPllOi ippt.-t:. -4 ,:41 Contracts taken for all kinds ©f work! Will furnish materiail or not. SPECIAJL.TIE' A. SSaop ma ^5?tsh?S Qp» posiiiti UlieSmrd jBrcfes.' WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY & SILVERWARE Spectacles & Eye Glasses a Spacialty. .Repairing Promptly and Neatly done on short notice. E. A. Richardson. SSPAt the Old Staples ibtnnd on Qak Street, Little Falls, Minn. HARTING & SON, UNDEETAKEES. UTTE FALLS, MINN. NEW STYLES NEW GOODS! I mow hareatmy MslSinery £u22 Hwie ©f sgpriHg iMid sumasaea* g»ods, and my pr...

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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. — 13 May 1887

v. i?:'.#'6ft «i#-? r# F. Local IntereHib in Oairy Matters '.Prom the Piouoer Pruss. Dairy Commissioner Ives has received from a debating society in theyieimty of Little Falls :the To.ld County Argus: Albert Adami tffm* „.. ^-M: MlBglfow^lB tUi& a^iottg the slrupu^ 8*0re lff.^to»|t| ...«f. •the wrai «bT^tie rajl^iid track.' and vpjH bethelW|^iWidbfe»t bnstnew -bouse in ftb^n ^It^is nfeofly completea./ Albe^L^ B4ibw is^urtibg apsa buitdtag opposite ^^. ®bkeVsture Whiofe4»e wHl us^ for 'A geocriil fitoi© b&ilding. -E/Jt.bachelor 1» bttildtiig a resiaence two blocks eaaf *ot tlepot. TuWer: 'SW build a bouse. Edward Broker havi •flnidheU off ihe second story: of his blacksmith shop opposUe McBfte's.store, '|o^ it will be occupied by. l)\s: family. tfcRae's fetid and plaining mtll ,ii also •^otopleted. Wm. Bafi lias «old his blacksmith shop to Wm. RhoeiH, who uses it tr store ^gticlillural machinwy In.Mr. Rhoda ia local agent for several kiiKls of agricnl •tural implements. A. P....

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. — 13 May 1887

Wf ®p If.' W if r:w,l W81T TBI! AltK Ail. Aim Thi lawyer with his* casts The hofsetnun wijh hiu racev The (irttatwith his art. The actor with his pftrt, The trnveter wtfchils tours, The doctor with hia cure*, All yell ijnto the press: "Oh, booin u# to success! It only fay a hint, Jiint rut*h 11s into print." The ladies would not care Their gorgeous robes to wear. The clergyman would spare Much of his brilliant prayer, The charitable soul Would modify hia dole, The heroes of base ball Would hnrdly work at all, The Bluggers grim and glum Would sluggards soon become, E'en might our brave police Thoir elforts slightly cease, If all they do and say Weren't printed every day. —Courier Journal. MAEGAEET A PEAEL In a certain part of the sea, very many leagues from here, there once lived a large family of oysters noted for their beauty and size. But among them was one so small, so feeble, and so ill-looking as to excite the pity, ii not contempt, of all the others. The father, a venerable be...

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. — 13 May 1887

of Circumstances. tfedred fireai tfc* Records of old Trials. BY WttiKIB COLLINS. Parspn ,Tibbald, a Magistrate living toithin a day's ride of the ancient city of York, suxptfsed the members of his family, one morning, by presenting himself at breakfast without an appe­ tite. Upon, his wife, asking him if the dishes on the table were not to his taste, he answered, "My day's work is not tc my taste. For the first time since I have been one of his majesty's justices, a charge of murder is coming before me, and the man accused is one of our neighbors." The person in this miserable plight wa# Thomas Harris, an inn-keeper, charged with murdering James Gray, a traveller sleeping in his house. The witnesses against him were his own servants: Elias Morgan, various­ ly employed as waiter, hostler and gardener and Maria Mackling, cham­ ber-maid. In his evidence against his master, Morgan declared that he had seen Thomas Harris on the traveller's bed killing the man by strangling. In fear of 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. — 13 May 1887

fl CANCtff ANTIDOTE. Jto»iMlSg«frllswty VltUa Wmf Mmmtk Attlukr«n.. Abetttfc titirto years ago -a woman be _to the middle walks of life, cancer, was pronounced beyond tWr skill bj the physicians Straightway after this announcement was made she returned to tier homey which was three miles from Oswestey, the nearest railway station in the conn* ty of Montgomery, North Wales. Here she became a greater sufferer, when one day site bethought herself of neighbor, whom she soon, found, and with all the eloquence of one en­ thralled by an implacable foe she ap-. pealed to her sympathy. "If it were possible," she implored, "do, do some­ thing to assuage my pain." With that tenderness and willingness character* istic of every true and noble woman to allay her sister's m:iny pains thi friend, for she proved a friend in need and deed, forthwith sent her boys (one of whom is our informant) to gather what in the United States is known a a sheep sorrel by the people of England as "sour leaf or 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. — 20 May 1887

VOl. 11. LITTLE FALLS, PAUL, E A ai^' PROFESSIONAL CARDS. S. H. ^AENHAM, Attorney LXTTLB FALLS. .... ftlNN- OHAS. A. LINDBERGH. ATTORNEY AT LAW. omcs IN XABORC'A aaicX BLOCK LWTLE FAL8, MINN N. RICHARDSON, MtocM1 and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sell* real estate, and loans money a tr— Also has a lar#e amount at «ni ami town lots for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. ESTATE, LOANS AND IN­ SURANCE. OFFICE IN MAROTTE'S I5!.0€K, OAK SIT. LITTLE FALBS' MINX. oTa. ClIUllCllILL, REAL ESTATE' %. INSIJ BANCK. Office at Tattle A Churchill's Store. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. ]Vf «Mil«r»nl. G. A. FOllTIKR, M. I, C. M. Graduate of Victoria College Montreal, Canada, Physician arid Surgeon. Will attend to raT.J day or night. A specialty made of Surgery, and also Obstetrics. Office at resi'lo'icc. corner or First and Maple streets, Little Falls, Minn. E.A TUPPEB, M. X. Physician and Surgeon, Special attention given to Obsti tries and dis­ eases of females. G, W, ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 May 1887

Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The Standard1 Oil company is charg­ ed with the responsibility for passing an act through the Tennessee legisla tare imposing a tax on retailers of re­ fined petroleum which threatens to irive small dealers out o! the business and give the monopoly full control. An equestrian statue of Gen. Forrest is to be erected at Memphis. There seems to be a perfect rage for statues in this country— some of them commem­ orating for a period, men who might as well be forgotten. It is some sat­ isfaction to know that the "flood of jrears" will eventually wash them all away—the good, bad and indifferent. The Irish emigration this year to America threatens to be the largest Bver recorded in the history of Ireland. In the south ofthe island over wide areas the entire'abie-bodiedlpopulation is either leaving or preparing to leave. The emigrants are camping out in the streets of Queenstown awaiting ships. The total emigration f...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 May 1887

"I 10YI lOU." Be ha* said the swaeteat of human word*, Sweeter than any song of birds— "I love you." iletter than wealth, or jewels rare, Palrer than any flower Is lair, Gladdening the heart like the morning son. Are these words from the lips of a precioux one— "I lore you." The eyes may speak it, the fingers tell The beautiful story we love so well. But best of all is the whisper low From a soul as white as the falling snow— "I love you." In the saddest hour or the darkest night There comes again to my longing sight The tender look of the soft brown eyes, And I listen a,now with glad surprise, "I love you." Comes into my heart with myotic power, I ask no more than that sacred hour To cherish and hold till eyes grow dim, And the life to come is a life with him— "I love you." Sent SABAH K. BOLTON. PEOFESSOR CHARLES. BY FLORINE THAYKR M'CRAY. It was the night before the summer vacation at the old Bradford Female Seminary. Studies and recitations had been carried on with some difficul­...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 May 1887

S I 1 if* *n CHEAP OASH STORE Boots & Shoes Dry Goods, I Keadymade -Clotliin At present in the Simmons store on Oak Street, Little Palls, Minn. W. E. HARTING & SON- IMMENSE STOCK! LOW PRICES •:o WILLIAM BUTLER Oilers to intending purchasers a large and well selected stock of At lower prices than iever before ottered in Morrison County. HAVE ON HAND A ULBOB STOCK OF OF KVBRY YARIBT^^|RJBI A¥PRLCJ18 TO SUIT THE BUYER! I*RY GOODS, Hl^ 'ifcCAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, QBOOfeRIgS & PRO VISIONS,' •BUI k*'f,p Contracts taken for all kinds of work. Will furnish material or not. KALSOMININC AND A. SPECIALTY. Shop on fFirst Street Op­ posite Richard Bros.' Jewelry Store. WATCHES, CLOCKS, I JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Spectacles & Eye Glasses a Spacialty. Repairing Promptly and Neatly done on short notice. A. RICHARDSON. At the Old Staples Stand on Oak Street, Little Falls, Minn. NEW STYLES! NEW GOODS! I now hare at my Millinery [Store a ftill line of spring I and rammer goods, and m...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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