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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 October 1898

«r'r AJ^T?^r V.«. Harmless, yet efficient —costs so little the mite is never missed. /t",SJ±?S-«-* THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago. SLLoala. New York. Boston. Philadelphia. Removed to... Stein way Knabe Story & Clark Ludwig Krell Royal Smith & Bros. Our hats are the SWELL hats, so they tolu as during the opening and a great many of our cus­ tomers have made their selections, but we are getting- a great many more bats in every day and would be glad to take your orders at any time. &§ TAMOSHANTERS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS ON HAND. In our eagerness to please the ladies wehaveuot forgotten the childreu MES HOSCH J, W. BERG fle'avv Shelf Hafdwaj*e MECHANICS AND FARMING TOOLS Pioneer Drug Store, FpESH DRUGS Lipdbergh Block. CHAS BROWN C±"b77" IDic-iasr S*fcoa?e FIV^ BLOCK. COR. BROADWAYAND FIRST STS PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. S?V -W "4 3r 1 &W& I A'- f*4 -. ^£v^fS^r, V5&.* The woman who has a heavy task before her—dishes to or a floor to has a friend in this great cl...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 October 1898

There was a barn-building bee over to %aae Isaacson last Saturday. I suae has a very large herd of cattle. The dance at A. J. Davis last Friday wgbt was as theyterm it, "a good one," one present haviug a nice time. tJari Johnson has been bomewhat sick for the past few days but is now con -«aleseent. We understand that August Berglund line rented the old Hans Isaacson place. Tliw will give August plenty of work as It will have a very large field to go over Nete Swanson returned from St. Paul Kkwt Saturday. Mr. Forstrom has rented Ole Hokau SOD'S old place. 6ut i. Swanson of Crow Wing county ha over on the P. A. Neleon place Erick Anderson went to Brainerd last Briday. Car' and Albert Johnson kittle Falls last Saturday. Darling. Charley Crow has returned irom North Dakota. Charley Regnell was at the county sea ^business Saturday. Btrn—a son to Mr. a ad Mrs. Pete Olson. Mr. Tom McCarty has built a nice Swuse here. It would be a good thing to get our- county all settled. Many, of our fa...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 November 1898

if Iv CANDIDATE1*. For Goreraor— 'William H. EiMita. ltepi John Llnd, Democrat-Peoplm «l«orn W. HlsKtnn, Prohibition William B. Hammond, Soclallrt-Labor. Lionel •'. Lob?. Midroad Popaliat........ Lieutenant Governor— Lvdon A. Smith. Hepabllfian.... ,T. M. Bo-wler. Democrat-People*.:.....*. •. H. Gllraore, Prohibition ........... ............. Kittle Halveraon, Midroad P^pultat .. Secretary of State Albert Bern. Republican ... Julius J. Heorieh, Paoplrti-Democrat ... Archibald A. Stone, Prohibition.. .. ...... ... Michael Wet«enb«rK. Midroad Populist.... State Auditor— Robert Duan, Republican. George N. Lampliere. Democrat-Peoples...... Oelbert U. Weld. Prohibition Charle* H. Hopkins. Midroad Popullat State Treamirer— Anginit T. Kroner, Republican....... ... Alexander McKlnnon. Ueioaer&t-peopleM...,. Patrick H. Rh hilly Midroad Populist Attorney General— ... Wallace B. Doualafl, Republican.................. John K. Kelly. Peoplea-Democrat Midroad: Popuiwt Daniel W. Doty, Prohibit...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 November 1898

Ai 'i & 45 4 J?"? (rt ^V-*" VERDICT 0F BALLOTS. One of tha Hardest Fought Cjun paigaj The Result iajMinni New York Elects It:03$vefc jOvc.r id The returns, both- front Greater New' York and from the counties outside of this municipality are incomplete.. but enough Lave been reCeiv£d-to indicate a hea\"- falling off in the vote up the state,, while-that 'in--the "city was well sustained. The consequence is a Jail­ ing off' in the republican, plurality 'in the state from 221,000 to the approM mated figures given above. Tin re aopcars to'be a loss of four republican congressmen in the BrookT lyn districts, tne second, fourth, fiftli and sixth, and Congressman*/Qtiigg. who had a majority of about 9,000 at the'election last year, has beei\ defeated by Wm. A. Cnanler. Iff' the: Albany district, the twentieth, Glynn (dein) has been elected to succeed Southwick re In addition to the foregoingu there are,, seemingly, democratic gains in'-the eighth and thirteenth districts, .fyoth- in th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 November 1898

I W *i^-'"r &y 4% NATIONAL OaPITaL srsT^ 5*o BO.OOO Surpltuftnd Uadiv'd'frQllti |8fitpQ0 Dl B0TOBS •. Davidson, C. A. Lindbergh, U. WllllamH. Peter W. Btakf. Wm. Davidson Then. Wold H. C. Oarvln. Dww MnaMr. R. M. Weyerhaaerer, G. A. R. Davidson. .. Transact a srwneral hnnklngr baiilne*. bnv aad nelitor««lsrn and domMttr Pay Btonat on time 1 Route Finest Trains on Earth ST. PAUL AND TO Dr. Wm. McDaniel, Office and Residence.... toe Dow north »f Dr. Fortter't, 1st St YOUR FORTUNE la roar beal'fc. Yonrhapolness It your atretwth Keep the Head and Throat clear and bealuiv and onr mind and brain la always at rout and ease CVSHHAK'I MEXTHOL UTHALEK ia li» erentes', relief to manklndln all_bead trouble* CUBES COLDS. SOKE THSOAT, CIA TABRH. That awfM Mlor m€ Catarrh dla appears br Its use. Wonderful in Har ftoveranc Asthma HTBITT ONLY OVSBKAII%7 If faa't It at BrWiN. wM fcrH, «y uh wlfc Mmdam OMaMtakepOTTt nimmm erertximeWeakaew.'lrre** and omlailoaa.UOcM Tlgoi: ._ ^aplsb "palnaoC jmitnu...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 November 1898

ItTAILItHiiU, ui'lTLE PAL CHAS. If. VA*ALYJlWr«(l' rHK HEIWk LD fct pttMlftbea vti»rnliiK at 201 broad way r« changed muHt uvtn cl thHr forai«r r*ll as their present a*. A.U paiten are contiatAd unkws aa explicit •rdar is received for discontinuance and ua illarrearaRMUvpild. rhe date to which a subscription le paid i» rintod after the address. ^ubwritMn wishing mapaslneB or other •AriodtcalH ran have same la connection wltb "UK Hruld at. reduced rates. •1.50 PIR YBAR. FRIDAY. NOV. 11. Our Circulation. Printers' Ink (New York) The Littl Falls Minn., Herald credited with "•foe largest circulation accorded to any uaperin Little Falls or in Morrison louuty. And Lind carried even Elm Dale. "Turn the rascals out," Mr. Lind. •'Out you go, Joe"—but his didn't though. The old soldiers must have remem­ bered William flennery. The first democratic governor in forty years! Let os pro v. The entire democratic county ticket was elected in Stearns coority. Uncle Nate is determined to be judge of ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 November 1898

V- I IV Wheta buying goods always con­ sider quality with price. We aam to give the best goods for the money. If not just as represented return and get your money. Mail orders will always receive prompt and carefiil attention. If you cam not come your self, send us your order, and we will take care of you. DRIED FRUIT We are selling a fine wash board for A good broom— ,.... 15c A good can salmoa ...... 10c Swifts fancy ham. .......10c Swift's fancy baooa.-. .......10c Swift's sausage..*.... 10c COFFEE We are selling the (finest Uol den Kio coffiee ever offered for the money, per lb 15c All package cofiee 11c Our best Mocha and Java leads all others, 35c 3 for $1 00 TEAS We are haadquarters for Tea. A good tea dost 15c A good tea 25c Our 35c tea is the standby, it fcas not its •equal for the money. Fresh compressed Yeast daily, per cake John Kraemer of Pierz received |3 for wolf bounty Wednesday. Mrs. 0. Berg has returned to Ash­ land, Wis., after a: visit with her son, T. 0. Berg. G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 November 1898

\, I beet«am,ii.d loan: 8 TO 10 a, m. P. m. Gbourse JGEON. New at southeast....... •art «Ht'» ... flmwi •in* PhwM«jp.ofl« ItoS p, a. 9 to 8 M.A. FOBT1EB.M.D., C.li..Graduate of Ylcfcirti Dnmnibi MoitMl, Canada. Surgeon to St.OabrM, Hoipttd Office to iO a. m. and 3 to 4 OttlMowr Wutwl'i di corner of Flr»t utiwt am LM. m. and 2 to4 p.m. In TG store mddeue*. mdrintare.M.1. ROBERT8, phyalrian and«u*freii If. D„ Philadelphia, L. 6. l-otidon, England. Specialty, nose, throat Md ear. Office hoars: 9 to 11 a. m., 3 to 4 •nd 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone. ResJdenaa at Hotel Buckmao. Offices In Rhode*block. y. MiuL^PADttH, ^pbvHician, and t»nr i- lynn ock Offlc hours: 1 to p. ni. and 7 to 8 p. in. HeniCenc* corner rblrd ARE. OC. «od Third 8t 8, E. jri TRACE, 11. D, PLjuJiiHD and surgeon. Stigion to St. (iabrirUi bupita). Suigeon to Northern Pacific R. B, Office hot-re. 9 toll a. m., to 2 .o 6 p. m. Otficeln Lindbergh biuck. Residence, South Fourth St.. east of Court House, Little Falls. Utnn. DB.Sto...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 November 1898

CHAS. *^§1 .v?' .*•* r,i Oar hats are the !b J.W. 8VElL Gity lit Jl s-v Steinway rr Bqyal I omanwho hasa heavy ®L WwMifPHHltf Harmless, yet efficient —costs so little^|h^ ktt$e never missed* THEN.K. rMifiii^Upi it" :I.WW1V hats, so they told as during the opening and a great many of our cus­ tomers have made theijrselections, but we are -netting a grertt.many more hats in every day and would be glad to take your ordeniat any time. 9ffTAHOSHANTER& FOR BOYS. AND GIRLS OH H1W. In our eagerAens t«» please the ladies we have not forgotten thechildrwn............ FLBW IfLOCE OOR. BR0ADWYANDIR8T STS PRESCRIPTll^i A SPECIALTY. fibidt &c tu *hasafriend in|his Sfjtj1 cleaner Saab, Blinds, Doors,"' -kuiliing Paper, Lime, Cement. Iron,: Steel. ... Goal. LlVBR CHILL VD FLOW Q-fcoa?© FI ||pCP|8plf(E| ,i iyt|.vr 4 I »rtr» ..'ist'isu tmi mm .-. !.W piX.i .•Vyfi 'trt.i ^frrorngm a "*•. «8J I I iytRfi! hsi *V': Organs Fan-apd AYoty Story &CIark.^ •»*&« 'W4 Dro Broe. Mf President 'Mare...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 November 1898

-N Tf l»i •. tion ind 24. i:».V: •. *v I.£'\ %vV:: &?j§ Runip Henry Roeaand were a rouud last Snnd'uy. Albert Marecbeck of Royaltnn wan Ins e] akiug bauds with frfcuds la*tSunday. Rev. Mayerhofer took Peter Qiestrick to the bospitnl at Lif tie Fails, where be 18 Koiugtu iii«k' bis fat art home. Miss irv Hmi aud Mary Thorna*,. our oe«- maker* are qtiiiwbusy now. is idnr ik on the sick list thi* we*k P. K»i Ip* intends t«» Kb- rt ini uiery hi ore hm Hoouas li«r pur^ntH L.uro to Bfn'iLiiiun. .•:*•• F. A. Kud"« ami John llehler intend (jo the h-. liege at Little Falls u- h(»n aa Jirvftlnng id liuihlied. Li ir«r» Voseu, of i'tirK Ri'ji«ls. moved to u-hi.i)o with hi-* iHiuilt'. Mrs \V Mayers, who has been nick all bu•timer, ry much improved,aud abe ia able to aik around. 1' Flensburg. Nov. 9.—L. Gr«gerf«ou in building a aew grauery. Mi*» J. D. Hattena'id .Jitrl* son Orville, of iJi lie Falls *peht JSnndiiy here. •. Mils N»1mi ton Iioh taken a contract'to. fix t» i* .il north oflielv v...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 November 1898

rsA A i(T, 'S? 1 -1- 1 VOL 10. NO. 38. CANDIDATES. For Governor— William H. Kuntifl. Rep -John Lind, Democrat-People Oeorge VV. HiggliM*, Prohibition William B. Hammond, Soolalirr-Labor .' Lionel Lonjr, Midroad Populist Lieutenant Governor— Lydon A. Smith, Republican J. M. Bowler, Democrat-People* A. H. Gllmore, Prohibition Kittle Halveruon. Midroad P-puIlst Secretary of State Albert Berg. Republican J«liuH .f. Henrich, Peoples-Democrat Archibald A. Stone, Prohibition Michael F. WVnenberjf. Midroad Popullut State Auditor— Robert (J. Dunn, Republican 5eorjse N. Lamphere, Democrat-People* Delbert L. Weld, Prohibition Charlen H. Hopkins. Vlidroad Populist State Treasurer— August T. Kroner, Republican Alexander McKinnou, Democrat-peoples Patrick H. Rahilly Midroad Populist Attorney General Wallace B. Douglas, Republican John H\ Kelly, Peoples-Democrat Midroad Populist Daniel W. Doty, Prohibition Clerk Supi eme Court— Darius F. Reese. Republican Z. H. Austin, Democrat Peoples...'. Stephe...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 November 1898

~-p V? W* ELECTION FIGURES CHAIRMAN BABCOCK CLAIMS FIFTEEN MAJORITY Ja the Lower House—Senate Will Also Be Mr. Babcock avowed himself a candi­ date for the United States senatorship from Wisconsin to succeed Senator Mitchell and aid he expected to win. SENATE IS REPUBLICAN. Qare Gained Several Seats as the Result of Tuesday's Election. WASHINGTON, Nov. 10.—The election •Teturus establish with certainty that the Unitef! Stntes senate will have a Repub­ lican majority after March 4 next. The present party division of the senate is: "Republicans42, Democrats 34, Populists 8, Silver Republicans 6. This was fehanged prior to Tuesday's vote by a ^Republican gain of 2, viz.: McComas -of Maryland, who will succeed Gorman, rand Simon of Oregon, who is elected to rfill a vacancy. Of the present Republi­ can total of 45 the terms of 7 senators expire March 4 next, leaving 38 hold iover Republicars. To this number the elections of Tuesday add 10 surely ^elected and three probably elected, makin...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 November 1898

FIRST NATIONAL BANK. a CaPITaL $50,000 Surplus and Undiv'd Profits $20,000 Dl ECTORB A. Davidson, C. A. Lindbergh, M.M. Williams. Peter W. Wake. Wm,Davidson Then Wold. H. C. Garvin, Drew MuMwtr. R. M. Wpyerhaaerer, C. D.Hawley, A. B. David-ion. Transact a general banking business, bu* and sell foreign and domestic wrchawra. Pay nterest on t.im« d«oon1tn. -•ST. 1 Finest Trains on Earth ST. PAUL AND JViippeapolis TO Chicago Electric Lighted,SteamBeated. Dr. Wm. McDaniel, yelericar? Siraeon, Office and Residence One Door Mortli«(Dr. Fortfor's, 1st St. YOUR FORTUNE Is your fceul'ti. Your hapulness is your strength. Keep the Head and "Throat clear and healthy and your mind and brain is always at rest and ease. CVSHHAN'S «EI«THOI. INUALGB is the greatest relief to mankind In all head troubles. CURES CORNS, SORE TII SOAT, CA­ TARRH. That awful odor of Catarrh die* appears bv its use. Wonderful tn Hay Fever and Asthma PTBUY ONLY OVSHMAJPa. If ou can't 4 It at Druggist, .cad for It. By •al\....

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 November 1898

«rr~' LITTLE FALLS HERALD eeTABLI8H£D. 1889. S'lie date FIeraI/P at. reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY. NOV. 18. Our Circulation. Printers' Ink (New York): The l.ittl H'ntls, Minn., Herald is credited with Mio largest circulation accorded to any pap«r in Little Falls or in Morrison county. THE PEOPLE'S VICTORY. The people of Littl« Falln have every reason to feel elated this week. The supreme court of Minnesota, without a dissenting voice, has de­ clared that the contract between the city and the Electric & Water Co. is an unjust and illegal contract. Fur­ thermore, the court declares that no city council has a right to bind the city for an unreasonable length of time, that the city has no authority to abate taxes on the water com­ pany's property in payment for wa­ ter furnished. The decisions appar­ ently do not leave the company any­ thing to stand upon. That the liti gation has resulted so well for the city, is a matter of pride for every man who was connected with the a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 November 1898

"Tanners. money. If not jnst as represented return and get your money. Mail orders will always receive prompt and careful attention. If you can­ not come your self, send us your order, and we will take tre of you. DRIED FKUl'i We have a large assortment of Dried Fruits which are cheap, but will soon be higher. 3 lb» Fancy Cal. Peaches.'.. We are selling a fine wash board for 15c A good broom 15c A good can salmon 10c Swift fancy ham 10c Swift's fancy bacon 10c Swift's sausage 10c COFFEE We are selling the finest li ol­ den Kio coffee ever ottered for the money, per lb 15c All package cotiee lie Our best Mocha and .lava leads all others, 35c 3 for $1 00 TEAS VVe are headquarters for Tea. A good tea dust 15c A good tea 25c Our 35c tea is the standby. It has not its equal for the money. Fresh compressed Yeast daily, per cake 2c When buying roois Mlvvayscon-'• J«Kfe Little back from North aider quality with price. Vv'e aim Dakota. to give the best good* for the ..'Joe 5 lbs CJood Cal. P...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 November 1898

Professional Cards BERTRAM. M. PhyMclan itnrt geon, Swanrllle, Mlna. German poken. Office in SwunvilU- Pharmacy. Office luura: 8 TO 10 a. m. 1 to 3 p. m. 0 to 8 n». o. C. M.A. FORTIER, M.D., C.M..Qradnate of Victoria university. Montreal, D»nNdH. Suigeon to St. Gabriel Ucapltal. Office hoara to io a. m. and 3 to 4 p. m. Office over Wetael'fi flniJ5 more rtxldeu corner of FIr-t street and First are. N. E. L. ROBERTS, physician and Hurgeon Philadelphia, Ja. L. P. G. nose, throat M. M.D. London, Knglanrl. Specialty, uo^, .«».» and ear. Office hoars: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 *ol 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone. Residence at iiotel Biickman. Offices in Rhodes block. U. MiuL^PAUGtl, phyHlcian and eur geon. lyunb.nck. Otlie1 bourn: 1 4 p. IU. aud 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner JiUrd ave. and Third St S. E. J. OC. TRACE, M. D. Physician and Kurgeon. Surg* on to St, Gabriei.s Hopital. burgeon to Northern Pacific K. R, Office taovrs. 9 to 11 a. m., to 2 S p. m. OfHcein Lindbergh block. Residence, South Fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 November 1898

*$$&£ =f h*rs^ IF^E Brooms and Brushes .:'} 7Jiacm ttttiaf K- imii#^ oft^ii- else they DCOQQBO oft] ?S! S^^demandTp^Stention from tbe stand­ point of fctii ^Hrt* nti/i cleanliness. They can be cleaned Iq0|^l)ll''1j^y Awg •MLkmdi made'from Gold Dust clealns everything quickly, cheaply, thoroughly, and save? both "time and worry. in-. I WTHB^R. lfadoark compact, Chicago.buii St. Louie. /, .••. New York. LsqoKi Philadelphia.^, oi grnos 1 SUMMER ]WI|LLI]^EPY Onr hats are the SWELL hats, so they told a» during the opening and a great many of our cus­ tomers have made their selections, buc we are getting a great many more bats in every day and would be glad to take your orders at any time. TAMOSHANTERS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS ON HIM. In our eagerness to please the ladies we have not forgotten the childmu Is/L IE?, HOSCH 3^ J. W. BERG, ffl fleavv MECHANICS AND FARMING TOOLS Removed to... Pianos Stein way Knabe Story & Clark .. Ludwig Krell BOJOi, L. BROWN, Pioneer Drug Store. FRESH CHAS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 November 1898

.... .* ,..a Holdingford. Nov. 15.—A bo.v herding shew for y. JBatz was told to keep them away from, the straw pile and he thought Ihu bwt way to do it would be to set the ^ir«w afire and he did so. We give hiuv The speech of Valentine Bntz. held Monday night, r^vions election wan at tended by a large audience. A party from St. Cloud wa» he«e on election da.v voi king for Nick. J. Wt^ber for sher IT «ad yet he got defeated "Win. Zwak wan in St. Cloud last Thursday on busiuess. IV .pie in 1 tii* vicinity rej-nce ovhi* tin* election of V. Batz for^eenator. Oh as. Kiewl, of Little Falls, was in th vising loot, Mturday on business. Andrew Diedrich waa iu Albany last Fridb.* 'U busiuess. John Sandy and. Dugald Stewart re tarned home from the west last week. Mrs. Obas. Xtmt formerly of thin place was here shaking hands with her friend* ast week. W. Gardner, of Fergus Falls, was in the village last Monday on business.. Andrew Uifdrfch and It«v. Wm Wil kins went to Sr.. Cloud Monday ami re­...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 November 1898

m*4 S VOL. 10. NO. 39. THE ISO We give below in full the opin­ ions written by Judge Mitchell of the Minnesota supreme court on the light and water cases. These opinions, which were endorsed by the entire court, are worth read­ ing by all interested. THE WATER CASE. JAMES C. FLYNN, Appellant, vs. Opinion. LITTLH FALLS EL.EC- TBIC & WATKR CO., Respondent. The present city of Little Falls was orga uized first as a village (Sp. Laws 1879 0b. 6) with the power to estab­ lish such regulations for the prevention and extinguishment of tires as it might deem expedient, and afterwards as a city (Sp. Laws 1889 Ch. 8) with power to erect water works for the supply of water to the city and its inhabitants ior to gp&nt to third parties the right to •erect water works for the same purpose and to lay water pipes and mains in the streets of the city in accordance with ^auch teran and conditions as might be agreed upon. In January, 1889, the village courici passed an ordinance which, as subs...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 November 1898

3^J ir E*«K B&& !LAST 4iPE»lH)SlTKS $r ftoridti for the Ccftlon of the £hllfp« pines for the Sum of #30,000,000, anil Olves Wfek ln AVhicU Spain .Msy JPo. ply—Reported Breaking OIF of JJego* •*. tistloiu Prove* to Be Unfounded. iiii I Putt, Nov. 22.—The United States Jpeace commissioners have undoubtedly ade their final proposition. When the commission session opened Jfndge Day, addressing Senor .Montero Etios and his associates, referred to the protracted negotiations and reaffirmed fee desire of the American commission­ ers to reach an amicable understanding. jThen, handing the American presenta­ tion to the interpreter, Judge Day con­ cluded his remarks by saying that the Americans, preferring not to break the trmistice or to resume hostilities, had determined to present another and final proposition, which he hoped would lead to a Speedy and Amicable Adjustment. That portion*of tLs presentation setting forth the new proposal that the United Stages must have possession of...

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