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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 10 June 1887

A -4— a is a... \'^i rMn^'p v,'V PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Legnl, H. FARNIIAM, Attorney at Law, LITTLE FALLS, .... MINtt, CHAS. A. LINDBERGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFPI'CKIN ilAROTTE'S BIHCK TSI.OCK :LITTLE FALS, .... MINN N. KICHARD ON, Attorney and Counsellor at taw. •Agent for the American Agency & Collection* O.'a. Co. Jiuvs und-iolls voal estate, mid loans money •:.ii same. Also has Lir«e amount of choice .and and town lots for sale. LTTTTjK FALLS, MINN. HLANOHAKl) «Jk SMW.DOX, A"ttox*Moys at Law. 'PRACTICES IX ALL TIIC COURTS. Officii in Bluko I'li.ck, TJTTI.K FALLS MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attoriftey at ILnra. l,lti«(iti(iu conducted in all stntc and Federal 'OourtH. Polleetions made in nit parts of tV.c I'liited Stntes. Taxes Paid and Real Estate ••nuinnK'id for Noil-Residents. OFFM.'JC: Nut. tier. Am. HUNK Building 'SAINT 1'AV'L, ... M..NN onscisi t. LYMAN S1GNOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, }I01 1!IS0N COl'NTY. MINN. Tiitf. 1'ny Tuxfs. Will furnlsii Abstract* fl US I II nds for S'lile. ovnrp...

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. — 10 June 1887

little Falls Transeript. W. M. FULLEB, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The annual increase in the popula­ tion of London is, at the present time, 85,000 of those, 40,000 belong to the laboring classes. The Pennsylvania high license bill, which has become a law, fixes the tax at $500 for cities of 30,000 and over, $400 for cities less than 30,000, $200^ for villages, and $100 for country, taverns. Mrs. Anna Truslow, of Dudley to wn( Ind., was 100 years old on the 15th inst., and alarge number of her person­ al friends visited her and celebrated the event. The excitement was too much for the centenarian, who at once took to her bed and died. Such cases are not unfrequent. Mrs. Grant has just received from Charles L. Webster a check for $33, 384.53 as additional profits on the sale of "General Grant's Memoirs. She has thus received to date a total of $391,459.53. The financial success of Grant's book is unprecedented in the histarv of literature. Seven women, each claiming to De th...

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. — 10 June 1887

4 I) r* "AND THIS IS FATE." New Orleans Times-Democrat. About fifty miles east of San Anto­ nio is the little town of San Marcot. The low-lying hills hug it close on the north, the south wind, with "the odor of the brine" yet on her breath, fans its face, and, so watched and ten­ ded, it lies like a lazy child asleep be­ side the crystal waters of its river— its river that a poet once described as A Princess roused from slumber by the kiss 0! balmy Southern skiea, who springs From lier rocky bed, and hastens on, Fardown the vale, to give her royal hand In marriage to the waiting Guadalupe. A half-mile below the head of the stream, where the "royal" skirts have brushed past an old mill and set the wheels a whirling, a road leads up­ ward into the town. Down this road one afternoon in the early Spring came a man and a wom­ an. In the air was that vague, deiicious thrill that marks the birth-time of the year, and over the earth the sunshine lay warm and bright like a golden sea. The gi...

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. — 10 June 1887

i. A "V 1c 4' Boots & Shoes __ PRY GOODS, AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Keadymade \ClotKiiig At present in the Simmons store on Oak Street, Little Falls, Minn. W. E. HARTING & SON- MHSTH£SAXOIJIB We have the finest line and largest assort-1 E. A. RICHARDSON. ment of Furniture in the county, and we are selling at Pictures Framed—Furniture Repaired—A stock of Colli us and Caskets complete in sizes and styles- -fine Hearse to rent. STORE ON SECOND ST. WEST OF COURT HOUSE It Is Astonishing! 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 HEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING, OF EVERY VARIET* AND AT PRICES TO SUIT THE BUYER. as® PRICES. T. J. Martin? PAINTER. Contracts taken for all kinds of work. Will furnish material or not. KALSOMINING AND JL GRAINING SPECIALTY. Shop on IFlrat Street OP* polite Richard Bros.' Jewelry Store, W...

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. — 10 June 1887

.1 Buckman News. Strawberry short cake ia now oil our bill of fare. Chester Monk is building a new frame barn. On Wednesday of last week a two year old colt belonging to John L. Estey fell into a well an£ was killed. Last Thursday morning two small 'boys of Jacob Keelir kindled afire to kill a snake near the barn, the barn wa3 burned with its contents, except a span of borses which were gotten out. Loss a!out $200. William Slube raised his new barn on Saturday. A. load of Gh A. R.'s from Little'Palls, consisting of George Avcrill, H. B. Tuttlc, W. L. Dow and H. S. Clyde, were in town on Sunday visiting their com­ rade, E. 8. Arnold, who has been on the sick list for some time. N. N. Green Prairie School Report, The following is the report of the school in district No. 13, Morrison county, for the month ending May 27, 1887: Total enrollment 37 Average daily attendance 26 The following are the names of pupils whose average standing for the month was 75 per cent, or above: Charlie Hall...

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. — 10 June 1887

I if.:- OS THE SAME BOAD. Nature does not shed her .be&uties atone in those parts of our uniyerse where tourists and sight-seers jnost frequently visit, the world in some of its obscurest places is filled with beau­ ties that have escaped the eyes of its fever. Who would have thought of travel­ ing in a stage twenty miles from the nearest railroad station, or footing it at a necessarily slow pace over the hills and rocks of Cheshire county, to see how aptly nature had done her work in this particular place? As for the inhabitants of the little hamlet nestled up among the hills, very few of them had time to think of such matters as feasting their eyes on nat­ ural loveliness, or even giving a thought to their surroundings. Their only object in life seemed to be to get up nt five, eat the required num­ ber of meals, attend to the duties of the day, and go to bed again when night came. There was very little variety in the lives of these people, yet they seemed to be well enough con...

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. — 10 June 1887

1 SOMEWHERE. Somewhere the wind Is blowing, I thought as I Wiled along la the burning heat of the noontime, And the fancy made me strong. Yes, somewhere the wind Is blowinp, Though here, where I gasp and sigh, Not a breath of air to stirring, Not a cloud in the burning sky. Somewhere the thing we long for Exists on earth's wide bound Somewhere the sun is slunlns When winter nips the ground. Somewhere the flowers are springing, Somewhere the corn Is brewn And ready unto the harvest To feecl the hunery town. Somewhere the twilight gathers And weary men lay by The burden of the daytime. And wrapped iu slumber lie. Somewhere the day is breaking, And gloom and darkness ilee Though storms our bark are tossing, There's somewhere a placid sea. And thus, I thought, 'tis always Iu this mysterious life— There's always gladness somewhere In spite of its pain and strife And somewhere the sin and sorrow Of earth are known no more, Somewhere our weary spirits Shall find a peaceful store. Somewhere...

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. — 10 June 1887

CRUfeL reve nge. -Bo* Bob Bardette Oot Kven with a Miv Jentto bat Very Impolite Gentleman. Once, in the dead heart of the j»it.i-} loss winter I had drawn niv £od two handed Lecture with the Terrible N tm\ and was smiting all the coast.-, of Peun-1 Bylviinia, with it, epann# neither (pro-j nounced nyther) younj or old, and, wearing at my belt the scalps of lnnnv a pale-face audience. One ni^ht i, reached Erie the pleasant jrsi as ihc clocks in the Lord Mayor'.4 castlv struck twenty-one. It was bitter, hit in?, stinging cold, and there was 1:0 .ambulance at the station, while there 'was a 'ood hotel there. went in a 1 're^i.st-ere-d, ami a man of c*»rn111 iniin _* presence, tailor-built elothes and a Imnvn beard of most relined culture, "followed me, and nnder my plebeian scrawl made the register luminous with his patrician cognomen. I stood a lit tie in awe of this majes'.ie being, about aa little as I usually siand in the pros tencccf any majestic creature, and when in a deep bass,...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 17 June 1887

ifl 1 Al L- A JV- TOUR EYE IS j, W .*» X(: TS a Urt W '-'iK i. s- .sr-^vfT 7 *vv¥s vrni\5 v'tiK W 4 ntrr* "a *i -v ft. T" L-v.1 *. 1 I: i}* !t! t: O 4t»r-u REPG Muisi* '-A. 4.^1 W. -o ." A •_ aV. V{ i*.- .v-u *\. sr'v iv^-! A E F. SCtiLEDSENER -OKALF.ii IX Blacksmith Supplies, Sash, Doors, Building Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cutlery, Cement aud Plaster of Paris, Wood and Iron Pumpsand tlie finest line of cook and heating StoTes North ?of H- Fv nit- V-/ I I E O O S 7 r. jrnr FALL*, mjxxfsotj xUinneapolis. PRICES LOWER THAN BVM *3 A V* f-i LITTLE FALLS, ?uotg i-' l.i ». i. I tS»i T, aiv irniu f.«H mm! rxaisSuv Our si'Tk ^h I.f^rn cuP!I»ctff on. F- Si) "H» 1 n. iii\ ^Acd ^ork T"ptvi Jly^ toxvn 1 1 »m •SGl.i UUf4 "Aii Aft u» Lfcoilie tlie Cos?.ty of to Is® i: F" -.' :emeni of ilie Water %f \h* S Miwwnni Rhsr at ilts Village of L'iik Falls." Ap -iwvK M«rc»i ?tl), Ion. V»rro .• •. .. vm wi• jitiv't do :u a- u»\-i '-.1 t'raino ton thou- ilU,\'!C»n to!, -. bt'iug iti tlie a«- niir ]oi* iin ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 17 June 1887

•SK' ,::•'!•'s!' Little Fails Transcript. W. M. FULLEB, Publisher. LITTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. A law has gone into effect in Con. necticut prohibiting railroads frorq running any Sunday trains in th« state, except a specified number to carry the United States mail. Very thrifty were the six brida. couples from Virginia who by paying a marriage license in Washington saved enough over the cost of a similar in­ strument in Richmond to pay the ex­ penses of the trip to the capital city. Several state legislatures which were in session ior several mouths want to be called back for another term at neglected business. Gov. Beaver of Pennsylvania administers a sharp rebuke to several legislatures of that state who importuned him to call an extra session, besides flatly re* falsing to do so. Cyprus has been for nine years so completely under English control since the treaty for its English "pro­ tectorate" negotiated by Lord Bea consfield in 1878, that its absolute cession changes nothing on th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 17 June 1887

THE LOYE OF CAUBAN. Prom the San Francisco Argonaut.. The room of the Lady Lucrece was full of cool shaddows, though it was mid-summer, and the purple-bordered linens at the windows swayed in the hot wind. There were purple-border­ ed linens, too, on the couch where the Lady Lucrece lay—one can not do much at noontide in Pisa when it is mid-summer. The heavens seemed to bang down near to the languorou.9 eai'th a palpitant white heat shim* mered on the streets the lazaroni slept at the bath-houses the attend­ ants went about in shifts of linen the shops and the stores were silent it was too hot even to hate. If one had a vengenance to take he waited till nightfall, when it should be cooler. And the Lady Lucrece, fragrant from her bath, lay on her couch amid the fresh linens, and sprinkled powder on her breasts to keep the moisture trom gathering there. As the long day wasted itself in languid hours the lady smiled, al­ though it was not her wont. "How many hours till moonlight?" she ...

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. — 17 June 1887

t-f 4--vkf hfci 1 .•. •I 1 iiitJ f] t*& p!v=i,n- 8 4$ v./*'/ Boots & Shoes .lV* •». &•'*»••v V#* A$ A. TANNER'S 0HEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Kdadymade -ClotHiiig At prefcetat in the Simmons store on Oak Street, Little Palls, Minn. IMENSE STOCK! LOW SV*Rt vS. Is4, T: 3 w' JO WILLIAM BUTLER rs to intending purchasers a large and well selected stock of over prices than ever before offered in Morrison County. 1 SA.TB OX HAND A LARGE STOCK. OT GOODS, !N'S & BOYS' CLOTHING, VMUSTY AND if MUtS TO SUIT THE BUYEB. HATS RVISIONS, SHOES, GROCER®3S & PRQ- 4-:-i.'W»M.,ll'..JJLH.. Jl.-ywi •t "ylA'' HARTING &SON- have the finest line and largest assort­ ment of Furniture in the county* and .we are selling at JMcttureft Fratted-FaMlliiw Repaired—A »Wk of Ctaflbu And Caskets complete In Mixes and styles- -Hue Hearse to rent. STORE ON SECOND ST. WEST OF COURT HOUSE .Mftl"., SX^ -.-• V- WMI PRICES ACAPS, BOOTS LUMBERMEN'S 5f .'•• L. '. •••^J'V "f .-y T. J. Martin, «a»«n» kinds e...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 17 June 1887

Vv **HE I* F., M.X. & IM 8. *R. B. A Surveying- Party to be "Fat in the Field Next Wedk. Hon. J. C. Flvnn, president -of the 'Little Falls, M1HeL»» &rL»kei'Superior Railroad company, informs us that the survey Of that proposed -line of road will begin: ia-a few 'days. A party of ei£ineer» from 8t. Paal^ill have charge of the work. Parties in St. Paul who are interested in the railroad develop­ ment of the iwrfhweat will be interested with Mr.'F*yiin and the other local officers in the survey, and the plan of-a .new rorfd from this section of country to the fceafd of Lake Superior' is looked upon very favorably. An .«xc6Went farming country for 80 "miles east of Little Fulls would be supplied with railroad fadUties'by -this'""line, -.and it would also penetrate tbe«xtenfl1ve pi*e and hard wood timber districts tn 'the coontr/beyon'd Rich Prafrie. "It •vtill be attempted to get a practical route for this'line by running nearGravelvjlle on the south, through Rich Prairie's btwi...

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. — 17 June 1887

At The fianch on the Diyide. The ranch was nofc large, not par­ ticularly noticeable, as ranches go, but its situation was splendid. The road from the valley of the Platte to that of La Fontaine Qui Bouille crosses the Divide, or ridge and, just over it and sheltered by it from the northern winds, were the ranch-house, sheds and corrals. At the west, one saw the foot hills, and glimpses of the great peaks behind them and, not far from the house opened a canon be­ tween whose steep and verdure-clad walls ran a clear and rapid stream, chafing in its restricted channel, and seeming impatient to bestow the larg­ est of its beneficent and priceless wa­ ters upon the arid plains stretching far to the eastward. Looking to the south, again, one saw theroliingcoun­ try, rising at intervals into mesas and dotted with scanty groves of trees. The sun had just passed beyond the range, above which rose a wealth of clouds of airy texture and gorgeous colors and the edge of the shadow in which the ...

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. — 17 June 1887

V- "-.S '1.V1V I V}:?'. TIME ENOUGH. Two little squirrels out in the sun )ne gathered mats, the other had none, 'Tunc enough yet," his constant refrain, "Summer is only just on the wane." Listen, my chiM, while I toll you his fate ie reused biia at Last, but he roused too late Down 1'ell the snow from the pitiUsa clouds ^Ed iiave little squirrel a spotless white shroud. Two KttJc boys in a schoolroom were placed lne always perfect, the other disgraced. •'I iine yet for my learning," tie saM, '•I will ci.ir.b, by and by, from the foot to the hea:i." Listen, my aarling Their locks have turned gray. 3ne as a governor is sitting to-day, The nilier. a pauper, looks out nt the door 3f the almshouse, anil idles his days as of yore. Two kind* of people we meet every day Due is work, the other at plav, Living nncareii for, dyinc unknown. The basinets hive hath ever a drone. It'll mo, iny child, if the pquirrela have taught The lessi.il 1 long to impart in your thought riswer im- this, and mr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 17 June 1887

!$?"*• J-?'1 Ylf 1 I 5 S I i. I I 1 I 1 I I I 11 s! I A Bloodthirsty Chieftain. From the Pioneer Press. A mixed crowd of old and and young, male and female, officer and civil tan, were crowded in Marshal CumphelVs Office in Die custom house yesterday afternoon. gaziBg with nient awe on the much-bedecked person of one of the bett known and most despt-rfttc 'braves of the Chippewa netioiv He was brought down from Cass county— whc-ie he has bet-n in biding from the govern, went officers tor past six months—by llarshal Campbell himself, and the arrest was made on a clmrgc of couvey Ing and disbursing twenty gallons of whiskey among the Indians in the Letch Lake region. Ke-w:tb-e-bin-nce —foithat is bis name, is a great man among his own people. Iu the days gone by, before his sixty and seven years had put a silver gleam iu the sir.dow of his raven hair, he wandered as far west as Ibe liockies. where In killed the grizzlies that surrendered him the seventy-eight claws lhat lie weares in ...

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. — 24 June 1887

VOI. 11. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Legal. 1. FARXHA JI. Attorney at'Xaw, LITTLE PALLS, MINK. CHAS. A. LIftDBERGH, ATTORNET AT LAW. OmCE IN MAKOTTE'S BRJCK BLOCK. LITTLE FAL8, .... MIN'N N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agont for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells rfcal estate, and loans money bn wune. Also lias a lar«e amount of choicc land and town lote for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. BT^WCHiBD & SMELDOS, Attorneys at Law. PRACTICES IN ALL THE COURTS. Office In Blake Block. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney at Law. Liticatiou conducted In all State and Federal Courts. Collections made iu all parts of the United States. Taxes I'oid and Real Estate manage-! for Non-Residents. OFFIOK TAT. £or. Am. Bank Building SAINT PAUL, M..NN Oftlciul. LYMAN SIGNOR, KEGISTEH OF DEEDS, MOPVRTSON COCNTY, MINN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. Has Lands for Sale. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN- S. P. TULLER, Justice of the Peace. Office o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 24 June 1887

8 Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. There were heavy rains in northern Ohio for ten secceafiive days and the papers gay enough has fallen to last all summer. Tennessee votes in September on the question of adopting a prohibition amendment to the constitution. There is already no license except in the large cities. President Garfield's old private secretary, T. M. Nichol, is attending to i'orm a company to build a tricycle railroad on which cars forty-six inches' wide can make 220 miles an hour. Philadelphia proposes to expend $50,000 in patriotic processions, ban­ ners and fire works on the glorious Fourth. Such a general observance of independence as we are soon to have has not been known in many years. The Cleveland 0., girl who hap had an almost brilliant success on the Eng­ lish stage is Miss Adelaide Vetchon, now playing in London after a sue. eessful tour of the provinces. She is most cordially praised by the London papers, and her futu...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 24 June 1887

THE LONG STRAD. It was an unlucky day for me— though I was not born till ten years afterward—when that big cellar door slammed to, and nipped off the end of Margaret's little finger at the early age of seven. Margaret was passionately fond of music, but she could not sing, and her encounter with the door prevented her from being a first-rate performer on the piano- She would not content herself with auy thing short of perfec­ tion and so for years long and many the music within her found no utter­ ance. At last, alter a few gray hairs began to show themselves among lier thick brown braids, Prof. Mohr ad­ vised her to leavn the violin. We were spending some happy years together in Germany, Margaret play­ ing the role of guardian grimalkin to my kittenish innocence. We were not related, but as inseparable as the ladies of Langollen. I took drawing lessons, and we were both deep in lan­ guages. In our free hours we were care­ less and happy as lambs in clover,un­ til Prof. Molir's unlu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 24 June 1887

i1' 'Yv'^V •f' !&vO I :a 4 I •if: •~h Boots & Shoes It Is i?t AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP GASH STORE Dry Goods, Keadymade 'Clothin At present in the Simmons store on Oak treet, Little Palls, Minn. HARTING & SOtv We have the finest line and largest assort­ ment^ Furniture in the county, and we are selling at .Pictures Framed—Fiiriiiture Mepaired—A stock of Coffins and Caskets complete in sizes and styles- -ITine Hearse to rent. STORE ON SECOND ST. WEST OF COURT HOUSE 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 MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING, OF EVERT VARIETY ANf^AT PRICES TO SUIlf THE BUYEB. PRY GOODS, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, GROCERIES & PRO- ^rtlOESSJ. VISIONS,' LUMBERMEN'S 'Ik s#f: •.- -.^ •by vv r" I have taken a great interest in your city since my first visit to it, and I re­ joice with her citizens that the ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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