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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 28 May 1897

fflfr f|7 i®4 tlTTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. Tail TBAJNSCRtPT PUB. CO. PUBU8UKP »VK»V KBU»\T. SUBSCRIHTIONJ' •V» Mt moutha »,.-•••••••••••. ||rw tuon*« 40 KATKH LOW. LIT TLB FALLS, ih,' MINN Well, Jim Bill amd #iWar| ©au't both run the Northern Pacific. Turkey is sending more troops to Thesaaly, au| th6 power a,C|P seu gnjnterestiug ahead.® i%Si A St. Paul p'oliceniau |ost $175 in a crap game in a saloon. J9e is willmg now to admit that there is a in S a $ The fii st vote on the t&riff bill ^'showed that the Republicans were standing solidly for it, aud that th- senators from Louisiana and Ufcuh were friendly to the measure. Booth-Tucker, commander of the Salvation Army, was convicted by a New York jury for ^maintain­ ing a disorderly house. Residents of the neighborhood of the bar racks claimed th« were greatly disfcui bed by his all uightmeetings On the authority of the Jican senators 'the tariff bill, as now proposed, certainly provides •»w for none too much revenue Senator Aldrich...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 28 May 1897

W Kft"'$?"number ft m* JOB PRINTING msm the ri8 1§K job ,omct IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TRODGHOUT. CHEAP AND RAPID A contract iw ft contract. liiA dHughter baa been born to Mr. aud Urn. Ethna 8. Brown Saturday mtitrnlng. »Miss Rutli Toiler ban b» en employed for another year in the (Jhiud H. B. tkhenck Is again employed on the Northern Pacific Express com pauy's delivery wa«oiM£ Mra.W. L. Mclveuu*y an.d-daughter, 9» Brad ley s. D., are in xbecity visit Ing Mrs. Charles Poole. Mrs. C. 1). Auy«r witer^lnei|a of ,ttd,e8 at proRresalvi enchra Tueaday afternoon. Joseph Doncette, of Belle Prairie, an old gfoldent of Morrl8jn^^nt|, ft reported ^angerouely' Staples saw mill at -Randall bewail sawing again Monday after a ghut down ol several weeks. A marriage license \Vas Issued by the clerk of court yesterday to Mathlas Girtz and Mary McGregor Show jfour Interest In the city schools by attending the grade en­ tertainment Saturday evening next, iSTAl ways In season. Hopkins' Steamed ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 28 May 1897

There is no disco.se in the power of human endurance more awful in its pains and afflictions than sciatic rheumatism. Some limes its pain maybe a slow, steady one, while, at other timc3, it conies with jerks and wrenches that seem to twist the body ont of all shape of recognition. It wenis to contract the muscles, drawing the body al­ most in a knot. Whiln litis is probably the worst stage of sciatic, rheumatism, it is some­ times found in milder forms. So it was with Mr. Peterson, but with it was associ­ ated a feeling and condition almost as un­ comfortable and unbearable. The body wns in a continual shake, rendering it impossible for him to do anything. He had lost all control of his muscles. On application to a physician for relief, he was told ihut the affliction might last him all his life, or, on the other hand, it mi ht leave him entirely at an unexpected moment. For over three years ho was not able to write a word, so severe was his shaking. lie could not even si?n his vouc...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 28 May 1897

*s JT-W 'III 1, "f I IN IV «r 7 I •Nrw ,1 f~ ?*#&•< A 'M'.aS ,, A ,k -1' .«V *I COMPACT WBULUaKmrMTuinwOct. WILAOM MAnur'o CoWAiir. HOM*«IWI*O MACHINB DAVIS Little LallsJronWorks. MACHINERY SHOP. 1 am prepared to do all work lr my line promptly and in first-class style* have for sale a large stock Injectors, Lubricators, Fit­ tings, Oil Cups, etc. MT Secoud-band Engines an Boilers always on band. Cuba is right back on the front pages of the daily papers now, and the public has lost interest in the details of Greek retreats. Minneapolis has given up hope of punishing any of her so-called boodle aldermen. The juries re­ fused to belief# the testimony against them. In London the experiment is be­ ing tried of building small tene­ ment houses with .public funds, and renting them to laboringmen at the lowest possible rates. About 200 citizens of New Ulm guaranteed the Minneapolis & St. Louis railroad the cost of right of way through that village. The citizens now have a bill o...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 28 May 1897

Bl Paal... Indianapolis..... Milwaukee Columbus -itetroit.. 84 Minneapolis .£0 Kansas City 27 Grand Bapids......24 At St. BAYFIELD, Wis., May® $2^ fi i#"'te YA DIAMOND. W Won. Lost P. C. Played Paul, 13 Indianapolis, 19. At Minneapolis, 8 Grand liapids, 14. At Kansas City, 8 Detroit, 0. At Milwaukee, 9 Columbus, 8—Eleven Innings. National Leagae, Played. Won. Lost P. C, Baltimore. Cincinnati Pittsburg Boston Cleveland Philadelphia Brooklyn.... 'Kew York... Chicago Washington. St. Louis. 24 10 6 .798 31 18 7 .7:0 89 15 7 .683 23 13 10 .605 12 10 .546 ai 1U .MS 81 10 11 .47'J 88 10 18 .435 18 11 .889 20 .7 16 .804 81 'SOUTH AFRICAN CARGOES. Larfe Shipments of Wkeat and Machinery From New York. NEW YORK, May 28.—It I?shcd ont ©i* ilic Erooklyn walei*- iront that the rush of grain to South Africa is about to be resumed. The British steamship Kurdistan which sailed from the north central pier took 60,000 bushels of wheat audthe British ship Mount Zephar, has commenced to load 60,000 bush...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 28 May 1897

PMfS^W* r«-'. s,vf p*' &fr ?, iP Uk' V/ »a AJfc* ..', t!,f TOPICS FOR FIREMEN Questions That |th© Delegates Will Diseuss at the State Meeting. The committee on topics of the State Fire Department ai^nclatlon hats completed it* work «nd assigned topics to one-half the departments In the state. There are so many de­ partments that only half of them are to furnish papers on topics this year. Following are the assign­ ments'made by tha committee: TOPIC 1. The duty of firemen In relation, to the protection of property from water as well as fire.—Belle Piaine, Crookatori, Faribault. Hal lock. TOPIC 2. Should not the slse of thread In hose coamectlontf be uni­ form In all departments, and the ad­ vantages.—Chaaka. Cqino, Pale* rnont, Long Prairfe. T«PIC3. The evil of social Tslts of fire companies by which towns and cities are left wholly orpartially unprotected. Benson.^ Cioquet, Evaosrille, Grand Rapids, Heron Lake. Tone 4. The benefit of Incorporat­ ing in connection with the presen...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 28 May 1897

155 SMtm Present a Solid Front in fhe ,f Senate on First Test Vote on the Tariff. 1 Amendment Was Unimportant but It Located the Vari­ ous Elements. Republicans All Voted or Were Paired on the Side of the Committee. WASHINGTON, May 27.—The first vote eu the tariff bill was taken in 'the senate during the day. It came after a twc hours' debate on the item of boracit acid, which, although comparatively unimportant, afforded an opportunity for the first alignment of the various elements. Mr. Vest (Mo.), a Demo cratic member of the finance committee, moved to make the rate on boracic acid 8 cents instead of 6 cents per pound, as provided by the committee. This pre­ sented a direct issue between the com­ mittee and the opponents of the bill. The amendment was defeated—yeas 20, nay3 84. The veto wa.3 largely on party lines. The affirmative was made up ol 19 Democrats and 1 Populist, Heitfeld. The negative was made up of 29 Repub licans, 2 Democrats, 2 Silver Republi­ cans and 1 Populist. ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 June 1897

I |l VOL. 31. ST. *. on good farms. OfflceinB Darling Items. Some miscreant has destroyed the guide boards recently put up in the vicinity. Theyf were a great con­ venience and the guilty party de­ serves a heavy fine. £bout all the land here except near the station has been sold. Most of the settlers on'iaetion 34 and 35 are from Chicago. Lincoln Items. Ben Grow went to Little Falls Saturday. Mr. Nelson went to Little Falls Saturday, on business. A party was given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. D. Randall on Satur­ day evening. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. E. Lathrop, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Moe, Mr. and Mrs. B. Grow, Mr. and Mrs. J. Randall, Mr. and Mrs. John Moe. Mrs. O'Neill, and the Misses Ida Gray, Jennie Mc­ Donald, M. Jones. Anna Knuteson, Esther Terel, Gertrude Donaldson Mary Sweedel, and Messrs, O. Knute­ son, Charles Lund, Frank Sams, Marion Martin, Oscar 'Johnson, Charles Randall, and Alex McDonald. Rsfresliraents, consisting of cake, coffee and ice cream were served, a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 June 1897

I' H'J"'.V 9& IM Hi :, fee- :f: 31 -88 t* wjr' *w&* A caucus of the Republican pen gtors will bo held on the sugar schedule of the tariff bill before it isprtesid to a rate. Elmer E. Adams, editor of the Fergus Falls Journal, has been appointed one of the regents of the state university. The Minnesota senators and representatives are working hard to have the senate committee in* crease the^duty on flax. The Indians at Lone Deer agency, Mont., are preparing for the war path. They should also prepare for the funeral. Crops are further advanced in southern Minnesota than in this section, and the recent heavy frosts have done much damage there. According to what a St. Cloud paper calls a reliable rumor, the Great Northern will this year extend itB line from Park tfapids to Leech lake. The revolt of the prisoners in the San Quentin penitentialy in California has subsided. The guards turned the hose on the un urlv prisoners. 0 The convicts in the California state prison are in rev...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 June 1897

ih.rU *f I t,L tie due and ay m* lf. Vv* i,F .AS®. 0 -rI .'"'I im SSV& Ugh a vi rig been in- atitutod, Al iaw or otherwise, to recover tained in said mort, the statute in sucl Vided, the said mortL by a sale of the jiremi conveyed .hy sai tThe east'-naif afad "the northwest qun rter of the north-" sheriff of said, Morrison county, at the north front door of the court house'jiiU'tlie city of Little Falls in said county and state-, on-the Btb-day of o'clock a. m., SI that day. at public ven­ due, to the.highest bidder fotcash. to,, pay •taald deb^'of nin? .hundred, e^hty-ai^ ^n4 65-101) dollarsAbd interest, and .the flaxes, if any, on 'said premises, and- nfty dollars, attorney's fees, as stipulated in and by said mortgage in caseof foreclosure, and the disbursements alloWfefl by law subject to redemption at any time within one year from the day of sale, provided Assignee of Mortgagee. "LlNDBBROHj BLANCMAHD A LINUBBRftH, Attorneys. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE. FORECLOS URE SAL^. Whereas de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 June 1897

s®v psp fc*, K* »K M(' hX'h'! Jt t, T** Al i\"* 'A \k'"l'V V^* '"•-^Scci ftary Gagd teels quite hope ul of the country's future. The Hennepin county grand jurv now investigating the failed tanks. Imri M*4is Tj Goodhue county people had a "good roads" convention this week which nearly one thousand fanners attended. Last year the life insurance com* panics received $2,599,694 trom policy holders in thin state, and paid $690,228 in losses. Edison has great faith in an in­ crease in the purchasing power of money. He predicts that horseless carriages will soon be on sale at #100. The'senate made a great record on Thursday. It passed several ot the schedules of the "tariff bill, and no speech longer than five minutes was made. •'JHoody Bridles" Waite will move to Mexico. Happy thought. If,he can't bring the country's currency to the silver basis, he will go to a country that has the kind oi system he likes. Havemeyer, the sugar king, will not have to go to jail yet.. A Washington judge ha...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 June 1897

i", FASHIONS OF NEW YORK Ik* Eton, Figaro and Bolero Mm the front breadth and covering up the seams Was a very Intricate pyramidal de­ sign in narrow black soutache. The front breadth was left untrimmed. There was a full blouse of white satin, with black chenille dots about as large as ball a silver dime. An eton jacket was mads of the red oloth and had a rolling Collar, red on the outside and faced with the satin. The sleeves were medium glgoifts, and they and the jacket had a close all oyer design wrought in the soutache, complete­ ly covering the red, allowing It to show but rarely through the braiding. A point­ ed belt went across the front, and this, too, was braided. A red straw bat with great tufts of black ostrich plumes com­ pleted this handsome costume. Black and red, no matter how-red, go well together. A hat of rough black braid was trimmed with large bows and rosettes of cherry red velvet and soarlet velvet geraniums. That reminds me of another hat I saw. There.were bun...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 June 1897

OM 5 ViW 4' 'r ft 8 ICTTLE FAILS TRANSCRIPT. BY THB TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED EVEBY FRIDAY."! SUBSCRIPTION* jr«At.M.» Bis iii'nth» *.... Thr* nioD^t ADVKBTI8INO RATK8 LOW. LITTLE FALLS, Gen. $1 SO .. 75 40 MINN Miles started for Greece— and the war stopped. The govern' ment should at once send him to Cuba. Tillman should demand an in­ vestigation of all the Republican senators 'they talk of caucusing on the sugar schedule of the tariff bill. Jerry Simpson is a good deal of a at riot. He continues to sacrifice his personal comfort by trying to divide With Tom Reed the responsibility of running the house of representatives. A statesman inured to the hardships of a sockless condition, can stand a good deal of punishmeut. A favorite topic now is the great growth of the British nation dur ing Queen Victoria's reign. The development is great* but the pro­ gress of other nations has also been wonderfnl in the last sixty years. Germany occupies a good deal more important position than h...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 June 1897

ife u% *m& $ S ftlSpjjk •1V& Mr Hi •'$ ?fc$K If M, •8 w* Wt' m vs?-.. S"' rM* KM^V- Mm1''~'i 'js-fj'W. JOB PRINTING THE TH&NWT JOB OFFIGr IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT.' SEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Old settlers claim that when the weather changes it la liable to be warmer. Gov. dough will attend the G. A. R. encampment to be held in Brainerd the last of June. On May 31 the state treasurer had $7,093.23 on deposit, with the First National bank of Little Falls. J. T. Stimmel, state agent for the John Hancock Life insurance coin* pany, was in the city yesterday. Congressman Morris .has recom­ mended John Sitzman-for appoint­ ment as postmaster at Buckmun. -r i— Bolls, pimples apd eruptions, scrofula,-salt rheum and all other manifestations of impure blood are cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. The postoflice, the banks and some of the county offices were closed Mon day, in observance of Memorial day. The Minneapolis lumber shipments were 6,180,(Xi0 last week again show ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 June 1897

rvr Senate Reaches Metal Sched­ ule In Its Consideration of the Tariff Bill. Minority Offer Many Amend­ ments but All Are Promptly Voted Down. Senator Smith of New, Jersey Denies Tillman's Charge of Speculation. "WASHINGTON, June 2.—The senate made good progress on the tariff bill daring the day, advancing to the impor­ tant metal schedule. During the day the paragraphs covering marble and •tone, china, glass,'brick and tiles were completed with a few minor exceptions. Messrs. Vest and Jones (Ark.), in be fealf of the minority on the finance com- SENATOR JAMKS SMITH, JRi aaittee, proposed numerous amendments which were defeated by majorities of eight to fourteen. The votes were on party lines in the main, although Messrs. Rawlins and White (Dems.) Voted With the Republican* to increase the rate on onyx, and Mr. McEnery (Dem.) voted with the Repub­ licans against Mr. Jones' proposition for a reduction of the rates on china. As a aequel to the recent sensational speech of.Mr. Tillman,...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 June 1897

£"r If r.'^v\C5i^.i»Tf 7mm.. iWv'S^f ::4 if-^ I "f ir,f Is Coming! Contlnnom performance. Don't let the children miss It. Clowns, aero baU and performing animals. Naturally colored, on cardboard. Will stand alone. Sent postpaid to any address on receipt of HZ OWVi In stamps. Amuses the children, and makes the mother acquainted with WILLIMANTIC STAR •THREAD. Bend for set for each of the children. Address WILUMANTIO THREAD OO.. WIUJMAMTIO. OOMM Little Lalls Iron Works. MACHINERY .*. SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAK ENGINES, MACHINERY AND SHAFTING. 1 am prepared to do all work lr my line promptly and in first-class style. have for sale a large Lubricators, Fit stock Injectors, tings, Oil Cups, etc. W Second-band Engines an" Boilers always on band. JOHN DENNIS, Proprietor. JGB jpftin^ing Xt The Transcript Office. NEW BRIDGE AT BRA1NERD. The County Commissioners Will Construct one for $ 10.OOO. Braiuerd Dispatch: A special meeting of the commissioners was held ou Tuesday morning ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 June 1897

lit 1 .j.. 4 9IJR? *r" FOUR CHILDREN KILLED. Wagonload of Yoongftiers Struck 1ly RESIDENCES DESERTED. People Continue to Move Out at SI Faso, Tex. EL PASO, Tex., May 31.—There are no new developments in the flood situa­ tion. The river is falling at this point and all along the line as high up as Al­ buquerque, N. M., but people in the flooded district continue to move out and the eastern end of San Antonio street with its handsome brick rem deuces is deserted. Canadian Steamer Sunk. PORT COLBOK«*E, Out., May 31.—The Canadian steamer Lewis Shichluna was sent to the bottom of Lake Erie off Long Point by collision with the steamer Te enmseh. The crew had just time to get into the small boat, and although quite a sea was running, managed to afloat until daylight, when they were picked up by the Tecumseh, which had been searching for them all night. Three Drowned in a Tank. ABBOTT, grotwr of Yoangdters Struck Train at Denver. DENVER, May 31.—A spring wagon driven by Henry Marsan, a carp...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 June 1897

'CBKM- Lin 1 |H -. f* Ntf* lCA &?-> vf f' »AW« .. &, 1 apolis »H 1f', Two Young People, Formerly f* SCHWANKL-DIEDR4CH. Residentsot this City* Mar­ ried Tuesday. The ceremony uniting In marriage Joseph Schwawkl. of Richmond, autt M48B Lizzie Dk»drlch, of St. Martin* Stearns county, occurred at the German Cuttiotic church of thia city, Rev. A. Raster .officiating, at# o'clock this morning. The ceremony was witnessed by a i»rge number «i relatives j^mI friends •©I the contracting: parties. MImm Anna Diedrich, of tUta city, was bridesmaid and Peter Vanaly was best man. After the wedding •oewwony the bridal paf^y was driven to the American house, where wedding breakfast was B«cwed. Both Mr. Schwanki and Miss Diedrich were former reeideots of Little Falls, and have a beat of frionds here who wlsh them a 4»appy and prosperous aoarrled life. Mr. Schwankl was for several years employed as cleric In |L. D. Brown's drug store, which position he reeent Ijr resigned to start in busine...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 June 1897

sM 5r 'fr -i t' (b PTMONXBI.. 1 Vye, «»f St. Cloud, was 111 the H.H city yesterday J. Burton went to St. Paul Wednes j*. day on business. P, H. Neurnun went to Minneapolis j' on buwinws yesterday. t. W. Alassey went to Rralnerd yesterday on business. Dr. O. Vf. A, F»rtk'r was culled to Ft. Ripley Wednesday. Robt Muske went to St. Clopd Wednesda* nfH'rnooii. Mr*. A. P. Blauchiird went to St. Paul Tuesday on a visit. Mrs. E. E. Stuart was visiting Brainerd frieuds yesterday. Chas. Flsb. of Sauk Centre, was a Little Falls visitor yeHterday. Miss I^riM Oelssel. of North Prairie, Id visiting Little Falla friend*. A. B. Davidson .wan at Blch Prairie Wednesday on business. Dr. \l. Robert* spent Sunday bitliiK bin children at Bralnerd C. N. I.afond returned Monday from a business visit at Braluerd. H. H. Budgett. of Long Prairie, •was a Little Falls visitor Sunday. A. O. Scrivener, of Sauk Centre, was In tho city Monday on business. C. W Biggeretaff. of Long Prairie, was a Little Falls vlal...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 June 1897

ongoodtarms. EX H. Cox went to Brainerd on Tuesday. M. H.Vincent is very sick this J. D. Stith of this place and his brother C. C. Stith, of Howard lake, drove to Little Falls on Saturday. This was C. C's. first visit to Little Falls and he was very mYich pleased •with the city. Prof, and Mrs. Mclntyre visited over Sunday with friends at Belle Prairie. Also have for sale about 200 GOOD IMPROVED FARMS in different parts of the above named counties, at low figures, upon terms to suit purchasers. Also have 9 per cut MONEY TO LOAN DONAT Office in Butler Block. Little Falls, Minn. Swanrille Items. The heavy frosts of last week have done great damage to gardens, corn and potatoes. Two Sisters from St. Otto's orphanage of Little Falls were in town this week. The musical entertainment given by Mrs. Frost and pupils on Tues­ day evening was well attended and all report a pleasant time. Several came down from Pillsbury to attend. Harvey Dean and Jacob Whltesel, of Hartford, Todd county, were ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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