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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 24 June 1887

4 •i 'MM1 The farmers in tbe sountliern part of 1h« county need not be surprised if the men who tbeir wheat are anxious for them to vote against the water power bonds. The building of one or-' more large floi^r mills at Little Falls would furnish a home market for all the wheat in the county and thus bring up the price to a figure that could not be paid for this product for shipping. As Ionu as Morrison county produces more grain than her mills can grind the prices will be governed by what shippers afford to pay. As soon as the mills in the count} need more fur gncrdiii purposes than is marketed by ihe to-a! farmers, then there will te real com petition in the wheat market. Mill owners con afford to pay more for wheal than shippers can, but as long as the supply is greater than the demand tV» grinding the price will be controlled by the value of the article for shipping. It is for the farmers' interests to do what they can to encournge the building of mills iu this county, as the re...

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. — 24 June 1887

m. if tm EXTBSAKT WWXJU, "Sweetheart Noll, I want to irtdswtt Pomothing tonrler in your ear Something 1, and not the rosea Or tho hstormig/fjbma Jloar." "Nffver mind the roiio or robin If yon'v« something nice to leU, Take a girl's ndvicu and tall it," Answered laughing sweetheart NoIL "Listen, then I lo?e you darling, More than any words can say If I'd mako you understand it I must find soma other way. Love most find a belts# language Than mere spoken words can tell All its passiona, all its longing." "Find it, then," laughed sweetheart Nell "T have often thought that kisses Were the language of the hear^ When a lover to his maiden Would his tend'rest thoughts impart I could mako you know in kisses, What in words I cannot telL" "Tlien if I were you I'd do it." Laughed bo witching awootheart NelL A RUMMY MATCH. A ponderous step sonneted in the nar­ row hallway aud a succession of thun­ dering knocks made ray door rattle on its hinges. I recognized that heavy step, so like the tread ...

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. — 24 June 1887

|C .. if f** WAIT A BIT. When Johnny came a-courting, I thought him overbold, For I was but a youi)g thing, And he no' very old. And though I like him 'well enough, I sent him on his way, With, "Wait a bit, bide a bit, Wait a week and a day]" When Johnny passed me In the lane, And pleaded tor a kiss, And vowed he'd love me evermore For granting of the bliss Although I'd liked it ower well, I ran from him away, With wait, "Wait a bit, bide a bit, Wait a week and a day!" When Johnny fell a-ranting, With, "Jenny be my wife?" And vowed I nover should regret However long my life Although I like it best o' all, I turned from him away, With, "Wait a bit, bide a bit, Wait a week and a day!" Oh, Johnny was a ninny, He took me-at my word! And he was courting another The next thing that I heard. Oh, what a ninny was Johnny, To mind me when I'd say, Wait a bit, biile a bit, Wait a week and a day!" Heigh-ho, I've met my Johnny, I gin him a blink o' my eye, And then he fell a-raving, For -the wan...

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. — 24 June 1887

ii 't li .{{ vi —i i' ^1'rAr^*44-v S A I E AT THE BANKRUPT STORE A Large and Select line o! CLOTHOd & GEIH' FIR- arisHora «©©i*s§? DIRECT FROM JCASTKIl* W MIFA€TIKKIW. In order to make room for these goods We wil give an Extra 10 per cent Discount. Also a nice and select STOCK OF STRAW AND FELT HATS AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. BANKRUPT STORE, First door north of^ierchaiits liotel, First street, Littk Falls, Minsi. •—W—II—— ———IIWMlllllIll IHIIIIHII WWIIHH 'llllllilllllllll CHAMPION MACHINES! Light Binders & New Mowers. In the Champion Light Binder of the present style, we iia substituted simple, practical arrangement that will do smooth and perfect work and not get out of order knowing that farmers want a light draft and durable machine that will not require tinkering in harvest time. Only a singrlegear is used to drive tlxe entire work­ ing parts ol the machine, and it is Hie only binder on •which the driver can chanue the cut iiistanlly Iroin long to short groin. THE CHAMPION I...

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. — 1 July 1887

j\ /JjTs "m 1 ,'£. -m E. J\ 15 1 vol 11. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Legal. Attorney at Law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. CHAS. A. LJNDBEIIGja:. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN MAROTTE'S BRICK BLOCK. LITTLE FALS MINN N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells real estate, and loans money •jjiHiitne. Also lias a lar^e amouiit of cHoiee '.and and town lots for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. ItLAXCHARD A SHELDOX, Attorney?, at Law, PRACTICES IN ALL THE COURTS. 'Office in Efcilto Block. LITTLE FALLS. MINN. JOTTX'W. WILLIS, Attorney at Latv. LiMsratlon eonductod fn all ?tate and Federal Courts. 'ollections made in nil parts of the I'uitod S tates. Taxes Paid and Real Estate TiianaKed for N'on-ltcsidents. OFFICE Nat. Ger. Am. Bank Building SAINT PAUL, ... M./NN OflioIfU. LYMAN SXGTOOR. TIRGIBTER OF DEEDS, MOKIIISON COUNTY. MINN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. Has Lands for Sale. OI'TICF. AT COURT H0USF., LITTLK FALLS, MINN sVT7FmXER7...

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 July 1887

ri V, •1 I is V-' fTf- Little Falls Transcript. 1 W. K. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. Mrs. Mark Hopkins' new house at Great Barrington, Mass., will cost about $2,000,000, which is not so much, considering that she will still have some $28^000,000 left. A deed conveying land lor the new military post at Denver to the gov­ ernment has beensforwarded to Wash­ ington. The site was pujjphased by citizens of Denver at a cost of $100, 000. The Connecticut legislature has re­ cently enacted a law which will dis pose of incorrigible criminals by lock­ ing them up on general principles. It provides that, after the expiration of a criminal's third term of imprison­ ment, he shall be detained prison for twenty-five years. The popular impression that a con­ centration of coin in the treasury has reduced the volume of money in cir­ culation seems to be erroneous. Dur­ ing the fiscal year just ended the cir­ culating currency was increased by more than $58,000,000. This does not indi...

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 July 1887

,* •I'V I si ••••. I./ -. Tlio Bride of Arne Sandstrom- BY M. H. CATHKRWOOD, From Harper's Bazar. "Big Swede wedding over there this evening," said one American to an­ other by his side. "Peter Lund's daughter." I 'Is she marrying a Swede?" inquired the second American. "Yes fellow by the name of Arne Sandstrom." "I should think old Peter, well off as he is, would have stood up for an American son-in-law—you or me, for instance," observed the second youth, jvith a laugh. "The girl's pretty as a pink, and has had every advantage. It is a pitv to see her thrown away but old Peter has a loc of younger ones com­ ing on." "That makes it less an object. I thought she was his only. The Swedes are clannish—ain't they?" "Peter Lund's is headquarters for them, too. Here's one now, hunting up the wedding. I'll bet she's just ar­ rived from the old country." So near the truth was this surmise that Elsa had been off the train only twenty minutes, and in that time had repeated the name of Arne Sa...

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 July 1887

AT A. TANNER'S Boots & Shoes HEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, &6adymade -CI tb\n At present in the Simmons store OH 0 treet, Little Falls, Mnn. W- E. HARTING & SON- We have the finest line and largest assort­ ment of Furniture in the county* and we are selling at MmNBAPOXjIS PRICES. JPlctnreo Framed—Furnitnre Repaired—A stock of Coffins and Caskets complete in sizes and styles -JFine Hearse to rent. STORE ON SECOND ST. WEST OF COURT HOUSE IMMENSE STOCK 1 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* Save on hand a large stock of MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING, OF EVERY VARIETY A?ti A'i'FRiCES TO* Stfrt Tfifi BUYER! PRY GOODS, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, GROCERIES & PRO- VISIONS, LUMBERMEN'S. T» J. Martin, Contracts taken for all kinds ef work. Will furnish material or not. AND A. 8PKCIALTY. Shop on First Street Ol*" poMtte Ktduird Bro»/ Jewelry Store, WATCHES, CLO...

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 July 1887

4 I ^rttwagU.lhe result \ofvllje election totnorrow, is practically, aistfr&f,, no rfTort should be relaxed.. Every business toao in Little Falls day Vactive the bonding scheme, and the work a fall be done. Certain ptrii of (be connty have aren At to make their Opposition to the boo d* a reasn for warfare against Little Fall*, acid the answer to their attacks abould bfesa decisive aa possible. The larger the majority the better will .be the effect on ihemeo who propose io invest their money in Little Falls. If any citizen of. Linle Fills can torn one vote to the right side In tomorrow's election, he can otford to logo Uis own vote. Little Falls and Morrison county have inteiests at slake tomorrow the importance of which cannot lie over, estimated. It is the opportunity ot a generation, and the utmost effort*'in be­ half of thos^e interest* flUonlri be exerted. Devote one day to the good of your town and county, and the result will be to your great benefit. Sauk Rapids Sentinel: ...

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 July 1887

-V/v vmvwi DAI A light Hem on the hills, the far off bills, A thousand raye flash from the rills the shining And sunbeams fail in every vale No cloiidh to-day, no misty veil.. But light, glad sunlight everywhere. Th6 bright-lmed flowers, full of sweet sur­ prise, Awakt and greet jne with their laughing eyes The wood paths thow, 'fcwixfc banks ot green. Where feet have pressed the sodB between And zephyrs softly pass o'er all. The leaf-crowned trees are filled with life and song The clover seas invite a busy throng Of laden bees to share their bloom. And freight the air with sweet perfume That wins me to the out-door world. O, royal day, for mead and woodland plumed Thy general sunbeams reach the dells per­ fumed With ferny fronds, and mint that grows In fipray damp soil, yet scarcely shows Its toothsome green to careless eyes. Oh, perfect summer day! thy golden hours Too seen shall wave and pass, for wish of ours. Oh, were all days like this, like thee! Hush, heart, I'll take just a...

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 July 1887

''Uiven to Hospitality," BY CATHAJtlHE LENT STEVENSON. "My wife? Humph! Yon don't know ray wife, sir. She's always ready to receive visitors. I made it my one rule when we began housekeeping. Said I, 'Helen, we may not have the finest kind of cooKery on oar table, bat there*8,one thing must always be there, a knife iuid fork for the "stranger that Is within oar gates." We've follow­ ed that role almost to the letter for almost fifteen years, and it1s wonder­ ful how the Lord honors the cheerful giver there pretty generally .is a stran­ ger within our gates, while our neigh­ bors' 1-— I should think there might be, intei rupted Drtueon Grant's companion, with au amused smile, "if you hail him on the road a mile from your home, and force him back with you in spite of himself ou wash-day, too," he continued, apologetically, as, emerg­ ing from tb« stable door, he saw a tall, slender woman coming around the corner ol the house with a basket piled high with newly vrashed-clothes. "Wash-d...

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 July 1887

if v-m Notice ia kere'byigivgn that on .the second day of yL I. 1837, at the place where the last town mest- I ing was hejS, in the election district composed of the town of Little Palls, in the county of Morrison, state of 7t Dated ?une 13th, 1887. FRANK ELLENBECKEK, «. County Auditor, Morrison County, 1 1 ,''. Y:'Vv'-'V"'r-'vK5'. a special election will be held for the purpose of determining' the question of granting the aid of said county of Morrison to the 'im­ provement of the Little Falls Water Power by issuing the bonds of said county of Morrison to the extent of twenty-five thousand dollars. And notice is further given that the polls at said elect ionjwill be opened o» said day at nine o'clock in the forenoon and continue open until five o'clock in the afternoon of said day, further that all ballots cast at said election must read, 'For the issue of the Wat­ er Power Improvement Bonds by the county, "Yes" or -the same with "No" as the case may be. And further notice is given...

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 July 1887

"V*V Ay-sy-' &V "V 4^ V(H. 11. PROFESSIONAL CARDS." Leurafl. FARNHAM, Attorney at Law, LITTLE PALLS, TtflKN: CHAS. •. IIHDBERGE ATTORNEYW LAW.. *u (FPlC®lK'MAROTTB*a BXICK JBL6CK* 6ITTLK FALS, MfgN N. HICHARDSONT Attorney atra Counsellor at lifw. ^gent for the lanft-and Jf American Aj»eney & Collection Co. Bwya and wlla-teal estate, and loans money on mme. Also Ijhs a law-amount of chaice town.lots for sale. LITTLF. FALLS, MINN. BLANCHARD & NIlEI,lOX, Attorneys at Law. jPKACTlCES fN ALL THE COURTS. REFERENCES—First National Bank, "Minne neapeliR: Security Bunk, Minneapolis T, E. Itugbes, Deputy ro^tynastar, Minneapolis. Offtfle'.in Blake Block. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN W. "WILLIS, Attorney at f' Litigation rondweted in all State and Federal -CoiiTtR. Collections made In all parts of the ifUuited Mates. Taxes Paid and Real Estate managed for Nnn-ttesideuta. Office: Nat. '*er. Am. Bank Building 3 A INT PAUL, M..NN I/5TMA1JI SIGNOR, REGISTER 0F DEEDS, MOKRI8ON'COUNTY. i' it...

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 July 1887

BKFORE ASD AFTEB. TBRY JIIU Nam®, Q, doctor, nam* yoiir feo, Ask—I'll pay what'er it be! Skill, like youra, {.know cornea higb Only do not let me die Let me otifc of this and I The cash will aut^ instantly. CONVALESCENT. Cut, O, doctor, cut that fee. Cut, or not a dime for me. 2 am not a millionaire. But I'll do whater's square Only, make a bill that's fflftr, And I'll fix it presently* Book. 0, doctor! book your fee, Charge—I'll pay it fnturely. When the crop# all by are laid, When all other bills are paid, (Or of death I am afraid), I will pay it—grudgingly. —Washington Critic. MARRYING 4N HEIRESS. 1'rom the Horn® Circle. "Over the hills and far away!" Bang young Will Blaisdell, as he urged on his tir^d mustang with a touch of the spur. "It is 'over the hills,' he said to himself, "about five miles 6ver the hills. You've got a climb before you, old lady, but there's plenty of barley at the other end, and a good night's rest, too, if all goes well. I wonder if the old man will be a...

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 July 1887

1 HOPE AND MEMORY. Why should It be tftat the misty past, Or the future yet auseeu, Is dearer fur to the heart, alas! Than the present which lies between? With every pulse of the heart's red flow Is woven a dream and a sigh, For the happy days of the long ago, And the glad sweet by and by, There is a wisdom In nature's way Which the doubting heart ne'er knows: We live the best of our lives each day. From dawn to their 6uulit close For bliss we tasted at youthful springs, And the joys which are to be, Are brought each day on the gracious wines Of Hope and Memory, —Nixon, Waterman*, in. The Current, THE PAERICIDE. An Illegitimate Offspring's Con­ fession. He Murders His Father and Mother In a Frenzy-Before the Bar of Justice the Cul­ prit Tellii How He Was Spurned and Abandoned. •.Translated tor The Cincinnati Enquirer from the Fleuch of Guy de Maupassant by £. C. Vfng gen.er.J The advocate had pleaded insanity. How otherwise explain the strange crime? They found them one morn­ ing, t...

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 July 1887

2$$*V i%W 4 i" •%«. CHEAP Dryt^oods, 1 mfer r*%n Keadymade *01 othixi At present in the Simmons "s tore cn Ok treet, Little Falls, Mnn. W- E. HARTING & SON- i' We have the finest line and largest assort ment of Furniture in the county, and we are selling at M1NNSIAPOLIS ISRIEUCOIESE} Pictures Framed—Fiiriiiiure Bepaired—A stock of Coffins and Caskets complete im sizes and styles -JFii*e Hearse to refit. STORE ON SECOND ST. WEST OF COURT HOUSE IMMENSE STOCK! LOW PRICES WILLIAM BUTLER .' .: 7 Offers to intending purchasers a large and well selected stock of yi "••.».• "SB wnxmumnmn '''f% ^7KF' }J itf '. ?:p^V Contracts'taken for all Kinda «f work, Will'lunrish material or not. AND SJ?lSOI^LTir Shop on Fiffst Rtrpct ©p poe«i4e Riehnrd ISros,' WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE siitssii Spectacles & -Eye Glasses c™,, a Spacialty. Repairing Promptly and ^oun,y F. A. RICHARDSON. 3^"At tite Old Staples Stand on Oak Street, Little Falls, Minn. NEW STYLES! NEW GOODS! A. SIKCFI...

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. — 8 July 1887

mm From the Roynltan Bann6r. Anything else. #jentlern "f Liitle Faills, anything else 3'u want, jn*4 point it out. It is yours*' from the jm'Sith'my of the Moon railroad company to bowls for your village street.4 The eonntv has IMICI down—SO do we. Let Motley go we don't want her let her go gall.-t^ her! and taxes wi'h4ier, berird! That sweet-PCcnled book agent, Hays, insulted several lapses in this village before llie'law got hold of him, and the following from the St. Cloud Times show* that he kept his record op elsewhere: A book agent named Hayes, who reeenlly canvassed this city, has been getting into trouble at Little Falls, by committing a rape upon the person of MIPS Millissn Pvrry of tliat place. Hays ai pointed Miss Perry collector lor that vieinit? and went up there last Wednes­ day, took her out riding and accomplish­ ed his purpose, first elroking his vietitn into insensibility. The Sheriff brought him to this city today, on the 2 o'clock train. Me is evidently a hard ca...

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 July 1887

W. M. FULLHB, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. A submarine cable is at last to be *aid acrossfthe Pacific ocean frcm Vancouver to Australia, touching Hawaii and Fiji. July and August are the "outing" taonths. No matter how hot the June weather, very few patronize the great watering places until July, and few re­ main after the end of August. So the landlords, hackmen and servants have only sixty days to deplete the pockets of their customers. The National Opera Company has landed in NewYorkina, "busted" con­ dition, with debts aggregating $200, i»00. Sarah Bernhardt arrived about the same time with $300,000 as the fruits of a successful season, and has gone away to spend the money. Patti took away about $200,000 with her, after living in royal style on the fat oJ the land. All the indications are that crude petroleum will soon be largely utilized as fuel. The recent successful experi­ ment with it upon the Pennsylvania railroad has drawn general attention to the possibilities iu ...

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 July 1887

4 "V- The little tottering baby feet, With faltering stops arid alow, With pattering echoes »oft and aweet Into my heart they go They also go, in grimy plays, In muddy pools and dusty wave, Then through the house in trackful maze They wander to and fro The baby hands that clasp my neck With touches dear to me, Are the same hands that smash and wreck The inkstand foul to see They pound the mirror with a cane, They rend the manuscript in twain, Widespread destruction they ordaia In wasteful jubilee. The dreamy, murm'ring voice That coos its little tune, 4 That makes my listening heart rejoice. Like birds in leafy June, Can wake in midnight dark and still, And all th# air with howling fill That splits the ear with echoes shrill, Like cornets out o! tune. —R. J. Burdetto in Brooklyn Eagle. CAUGHT IN A COBNER, "You will be caught in a corner one jf these line days, my pretty Slv Boots!" Elizabeth Archleigh turned from the hamper she was filling and looked inquiringly toward her uncle. "I...

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. — 8 July 1887

ri 111 iH ?V & -vs 3 M-!'00 mj Post: nl#n Welded by ^Tm Oolby, $f Taylors Falls, camft into town on Monday last on tJieir way up river, via Gntntsbuijeh, and propoeed to run things with alii^h hand. fTliey were all very full of down Wyertangle foot and ivady and ea#er lV»r rpw, Co)by commenced by jqmpimr iiipon aca&eof fggs at the depot Smell­ ing them nicely, then r*p»uiinkj 10 ^Johnson's siiloon, they rc/iithiuml iht-li* Wwlessnegs. One man, DitaU'l .Mi C»m ney, got & knife and flouriaiiuVil around tromiscooly, nntil policemen White and Nelson arrived. He was a hard man lianble, but after a struggle be, was land 'ed in tbecooler, while Colby kicked in one of the panels on Johnson's new bar with hiscalky boots, and skipped with "the rest of the crew on the Graritsbuig 'train. We are informed that they flintfe the dry sand barrens of Wisconsin fairly sweat with their howlinjg sintl carringine 'on their trip over, smashed seveml car Windows, got to fightih$ among them­ se...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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