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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 13 August 1880

I 1 4 fc f-^ per Annum. II. 0. STIVERS, Editor and Proprietor. Cards. STORED- &WALKBR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office on First Street, first door north of Leon Houde's store. MT^LE PALLS, MINN. E. X. TINGLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW Real Estato'ftnd Insurance Agent. Two thousand acl|©9 of Land for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. fiii NATHAN BLCHARDSON, COUNTY ATTORNEY OP MQ1JRI^[)^G0UNTY, "Will attend'to any business in the Lei •gal prottssion, olilciAPy or otherwise. Loans and in ve3t9%noney on commis­ sion, and do&s a general Real Estate' Business. lie is Slsb-A Notary Public,' and will attend to thelgaties of that office when called^pon. Vyffice in the Court" Hou4C,-^ittl? p^ll8, SRnn. v. .TH I'UUBATE COURT Regular terms of the Probate Court for Mor­ rison County, will beheld at tlie Court House, on the first Monday of each month. The •fudgo of Prol«ate will be at the Court House every Monday, and su long thereafter as may be necessary to transact the business of his 0(5 ce. I will also draw ...

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. — 13 August 1880

•v I ii H. 0.TOER^lHttorania littl^FAWv DOHtniO K»LOI!ON AX AN ATiiSTO CRATIC BUMMER RESORT. A figmtor ''JKM Hot" F«M Avm a Meddlesome Wife and a Some im,•» Prospective Xiwm#/(y(iim-C«tIapj« a/ (k« Bonder Bensmtion—The Old Couple Tronouneod ImpMlm JfiioelUntvw* Crime* and Casnaltv Beeord. noiU&rib itxpLoeiox. [Special Telegram to the Globe.] •tnwACXSE, Aag. 9—The village ol Wau­ kesha haa adomestio explosion to-day whioh is heartily enjoyed by the aristocratic gammer viaitora. H. L. Lewis, landlord .of the Park Hotel, haa deoamped taking'with him one of hia children. haa been living unhappily with hia wife for along time and she and her friends bayeN gradually obtained control of hia: property. He was very wealthy few years ago, and favorably known in DOI circles. Since getting oontrol of hia eatate the family of hia wife have been trying to make out that he ia insane and he fled to escape beini sent to a lunatic asylum. Guests of the hotel olaim that he ia perfectly sane and 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. — 13 August 1880

LOGGINGS FOR HOBBB, My spirit la yearning to-night with daatao— Unquenchable loosjnf doomed ne'er to expire ThatstriveslaItaW&tlfnl -. The hopes of the present and Joys of the pm. I'm lodging, as only the homeless can i«n«r. To list aa of yoro to the lullaby song' If »3ia®2sst(fcu-** *fl4'J*,»Her, to wade in the stream Mjfeasssaaaasss As eager aa Captain uid sailor oould be. ThU^ftw for fmi SMVbe? the lored scenes t,h6 "fcMo* ot night intervenes, a? h'«^)5?i y',1gUa 0 er 010 wderer keep, As be softly mumuw in bis home-dream deep. ThithSh!™' wild rapture! breathe on ma the speU CT Pleasures with which I wonld nw the pinions of fancy to fir To the home of my childhood, and there let me die. Oh, stranger! whose bark is at rest on the sea That foams In wild fury and chaos 'ronnd me. Ught up your bright beacons of love, so the laoat toin%.re0^ awa8l» T™?lvet fiercely storm- jjjjor love is the beacon of light and of life The rapture of Uting, allaye* of strife, The key to the heart In...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 13 August 1880

£t r. .AUGUST TI CHURCH BIRECftHft. CHTNT&H'O? ST.: SALTATOB.—|font|ily services. Oh the second Sunday ot each month High Mass at 10:80 A. M., Sunday xcbodl at »80 r. M. Mats ia celebrated on- the fourth Htinday of each month at 8 o'clock A. M. REV. JOSEPH F. BUH. CHUKCH o* or* SAVIOR.— livening service with sermon by Bev. Dr. Haw ley, fcf Brainerd, on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at 8 P. M. Holy cbtoinnnioh on the first Thursday of each month, at 10 o'clock A. V. CONGREGATIONAL*CHURCH—Cor­ ner of Chestnut and Fourth streets. Services- we held every Sabbath morn­ ing at 10:80 o'clock. Seats ar* free, and citizens, and strangers, are cordially invi­ ted to attend. Sabbath school Immedi­ ately after morning service. Thursday evening meetingat8o'clock. D. W. BOSEXKRANS, Pastor- A. F. & A. M. Little Falls, Lodge No. 140. Regular communications 1st and 8d Thuredays of each montb. Special com­ munications 2d and 4th Thursdays. J. HI RHODES, W. M. Li, WOBTHINQTOK, S...

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. — 10 August 1883

E.ti UTTLl FALL* EDWINP.HL, Attorney at LITTLE FALLS, MINN. lots of Money to Loan. h.V. ST0X2Y. D. T. CALELOU*. STOREY CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW OfBce at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency Co. Buys and Mils real «state, and loans money «n «nme. .JAlso ha* a large amount ol ch»ice Und and town iota tor sale. LITTLE FALLS, MfNN.' JuiUciiil. S. P. FU LLER, Justice of the Peace. T.TTTLR FALLS, MINN. Offldfll. j. D. XXchanceT^ COUNTY AUDITOR. Will attend to collections, pny taxes, redeem Innd? from tax fwlf-s, &c. in Mor­ rison Hiui adjoining counties. Office at Court House, Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota. !i ITMAJf SIONOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOJU:!«ONlCOUNTY, MISK. Will furnish Abstracts of Till*?. Pny Taxes. Rns Landu for Sale. OFFICE atjcourt HOUSE, LtTTLK PALLS, MINN. LION HOVDE, Clerk of tlie District Court, Seventh Judicial District. MORfcSWW'cOCKTT, MI*K, WF.»)frios ofHomwutidii, Ming Fina...

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 August 1883

VlLA .jS tf ie inscription, his friends on 1883." nri Bros.,. cor avenue ^West 1 robbed. The .rear window. taken there en Jopeu, and by tffct expert combination, as shut up in ev was taken Is no clue to and decrepit ers' horajB at ntercession of un. interesting and lent of agricul ed. It is enti lum as a Sugar 1882 Peier mt of sorghum 's experiments iroduct of two hich sixty-four of these were 'States, and ex regarded lew of the fact from countries raised, both fbr leveral hundred jf the exatxmia tha+ in snite of aree in all, the 5, the amount .rieties had su^F manufacture important pro »nd Dr. Collier ^experiments, lime, .calcium tese two. mer's Death, oting of Carey, asternation in death is re poliov of re terrorism re \e inability of famou3 agents, for Carey's angry at the secareHhe in miJc'ered that lidafce possible the news of red with popu te uneasy feel minster. known in St. £ill, president (template# the wnship form stated that 3,000 acres in township, of $50,00*0, and notab...

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 August 1883

I V/v a I -, j§^?: A A FRENCH WATERING PLACE A Place That Wag Already Famous Many Centuries A gone, When Gaul Was Yet a Soman Province. Healing Besori to Which the Britisher Goes to Get Bid or Gout, and the Araeri can lor Pleasure. War and Worship of Buried Ages—A Garden Break'ast Party That Recalls the Bepasts ot Lueullus. Boa AT, France, Special Corespondence, July 9. —-'What are Iho French springs and watering-places like!" 5u the ques­ tion I am assiduously trying to answer. I liad learned enough of American resorts to know that Long Branoh is a good place for those sweltered citizens to go who haven't time to go any farther that Newport is pleasant for those who oto a cottage. and aro acquainted —^Uli other cottages that Saratoga is .^folst lovely for those who wish to exhibit their 'tiresses and diamouds to the host advantage, **iul are fond of spring water and weather like ^^Cophot that Ilichfiold is delightful for those Who have eutaueoos or digestion diseases, and for ladie...

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 August 1883

4*mm Bus to and from all trains. t&rd, an.i HVE nuitket c«nstiLntly ?uy all Kiuds of our eats and Farm Produce Vnd Pay the CASH PB.IOBS for the same. VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, jt your cash every We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & CO. KY St^ For the Dandy Rig in Town come to'us. S. F. STAPLES & CO. AT A. TANNER'S CHE CASH STORE You will find a Complete Assortment of And fee best stock, at Dry Goods, Boots &"Shoes, Sft* Beady-made Clothing, Elver Brol to TUls Town! Call anttbe convinced. Horses Boarded by the day or week g»e Whip light and drive slow! Cash up, or no go! A. TANKER. LEGAL BLANKS -AND- COMMERCIAL JOB PRINTING. LEAVE VOUB ORDERS AT THE TBANSCRIPT OFFICE WITH THE UNDERSIGNED FOR HI 1 I Booth's Celebra­ ted. Red Line Blanks. sT* TUART, BKAVMt IS* AND A FULL LIKE OF FRUITS CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO AND CIGARS JJST* Best stock of Cigars in town. Choicest brands of Tobacco. Arctic Soda Water Always on Draught, Store 011 Oak St.. LITTLE FALLS, M1XN. BUSINES...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 10 August 1883

v' lW»# W. m- v.' •m w- V'iis* A T#l«sl "a? Evenms, A vocal and iusuu mental entertain will-be-given-in tine court hou.st hall, Utile Falls, oa Monday even tug, tlur 18th inst, by Mrs. E. Clarke, -is sisted by Mrs. L. A. Periey, Misg Ettn Rods!baugh, Mrs. McWannis, Profs. Van I death is universally-regretted. Sunderlin and Megquire anu puied is a vexyintcrestir.g on and wiU jitfrsct a large audience. Following is ti»e PROGRAM. PAK'f FIRST. l«t% Opening chorus, "That Beau­ tiful Golden Gate,"—Thecalsiuu,y. 2d. I nsiru mental. pianoforte and cor­ net,-—Miss Rodabaugti aud Prof. Van Camr». 3d. Quartette, '•Drifting With the Tide.— Mr*. McMannis, Mrs. Clarke and Messrs. Tuttie and Martin. 4Ui. Instrumental, "Shepherd Echo Song,"—Mr. ffra. Butler. 5th, Solo, "Carrier Dove,"—Mrs. Clarke. 6th. Instrumental, pianoforte aud violin,—Messrs. Sunderlin and Bojr&rt. 7th. Quartette, "Home by the River," —Mi a. Periey, Mrs. McMannia and Messrs. Martin and Tattle 8tb. Character duet, "Yah Dat A...

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 August 1883

1 GENERAL P._H. SHERIDAN. His Home Life and Social Relations —Anecdotes Chicago News. The average biogarapher's weakness is the boyhood of his hero in detail. Not BO with ti^e writers of the life of General Sheridan. This failure has not annoyed the man who lives at 2007 Michigan ave­ nue, in this city. Tue peace "which sur tountis the private life- ot the occupant seems to be too perfect to be broken by his contemplated removal. The house where he lives is simple in its con­ struction, plain in its exterior. The furnishings are plain. One would know as he wanders about that its master had bean a soldier at sometime. The pictures on the walls, the statuary, the boobs in the library, indicate the character of the man. There is one room that is filhsd with helmets, bonnets, -swords, spears. sihell, and the various imple­ ments of war by civiliz and savage na'ions. He has gathered a store-house of t.l iese. And when he saunters about them, and when he looks at his pictures or his hooka...

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 August 1883

ifc .! I T~i •ii' THE DISSERTED HOUSE. Life and Thought have gone away Side by aide, Leaving doors and windows wide Careless tenant| they! All within is dark as night In the windows is no light And no murmur at the door, So frequent on ita hiage before. Close the door, the shutters close, Or through the windows we shall The nakedness and vacancy Of the dark deserted house. Come away. No ntore of mirth la here or merrv-making sound The house was built of the earth, And shall fall again ground. Come away—for Life and Thought Here no longer dwell But in afcity glorious— A ?reat and distant city—have bought A mansion incorruptible. falready sec Would they could have stayed with us! —Alfred Tennyson. HER ARISTOCRATIC WAYS. ex- You notice the title reads like "an clamatson, and rtlease imagine a very contemptuous tone of voice in conjunc­ tion with the exclamatory clause and you have it complete just as Aunt Phoe­ be put it. I was spending the summer with auntie in the thrifty little town...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 10 August 1883

HOOD Best brood mare and colt.. best breeding CLASS NO. 3-—HOUSES BOW second best 92 44 Best common plow, com­ petition open to all $3 00 best breaking dkiw I 00 best stirring plow... 1 00 best cultivator.....^..— 50 best roller 50 best flour barrel 25 best butter cask 50 best tight barrel... 50 beet fanning mill ..diploma bept grsiin cradle best single wagon. best horse rake.. best corn sheller best shovel beet axe handle best buggy best favn} wagon... best cutter. will* 1. *Av&rdtn{teoi}#u&&t«e$oftlweepefsoneeach ffbailbeappointedon the, Secondday of tUfft fair by bpmfd o/director* for JudgitJ# the different elaswesof artl^f«Kv«*»! tw»r®U»f committee on ctoci^noimrtr i^imikm& fm-. ^Mtofaw-JdfcTO-«il •aSgvUaatfe, Members of committees co^meting Kir the diy. of exhlbiUonv'tthen theVticle««il!u-*4 action ofthe a '. Awarding ^mitte^tnurtcoatply with tl$e faM*ifc^.tfJ hrljrir r«« quiring coin^fiiart forv premiums on crops tnd otner meats, to faming fall *nd crt&Mt s...

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. — 17 August 1883

«'*4, SI REV »V Al.KOlW, A1 TOKJPTETS AT LAW.1 -. vir i\ Tio. se. -1 VI r.U S. WINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attwaey and Counsellor at Law. -•Vf*\ '. r.» A:vt-r A-?ncy ^iSvtiott MS aad .«:•» ,r\ •~s ». \m '«i?«|.-cBKnr.tot cii iJ* :*•.*. t* \-.t 5.1T VAM «. MINX ,J lulirial. S. P. FULLER. Justice of the Peace. I..' rT'.F WIS. MINX. asxsar—Trr^-trv Oflloial. J. D. ACBANCE COUNTY AUDITOR. T- s'*-"-"d cnl:*»er r-(!i irov.i tn\ *.: nirtir '•n 7 Little F? jpIid'OtS. itc. ir Mur i. Oft. T! LYMAN SIGNOR. AGISTER OF PEEPS, Xt'RRTSOX CC'l NTr, MIN*. f'lrr.ifL .-J «tr®cts of Title. 1.\ lift c,« for Sr.l. "i-yif E AT.COl KT HOl'SE. LITTLE FALL:-', Ml XX LEO\ mum, r^s v. iCI of the District Court, SertTith Jii.iici3l Disirict. MURKISON COUNT R. M: N. of RoniowtesK! vr Kinf.! irxi k-.T+il:*r I.ocai L'smdufT.ee ir.r-ii.f pr- mpiiv tr.er.d^d to. LITTLE FAI LS, INN. "R. J. BATZETl (tl NTY sUKVKVOIi Will locate Innds. pay taxes. and a? It-n.l to r.T, business in th.it line piomnt 'y. References given when re...

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. — 17 August 1883

W. M. FULLER, Puublisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The Hon. George F. Fdmunds, the senator from Vermont, would succeed the presidency in the event of Mr. Arthur's death, he having been elected president of the senate last March, when that position was vacated by the Hon. David Davis. There is such a thing as pushing a real estate boom too far, and certain north­ western cities are beginning to realize this fact. The continual turning over of town lots and lands is a poor substitute for legitimate industry in all other branches of business upon which pres­ ent and future residents depend for a living. Accroding to experts, there is some­ thing beyond calculation in the speed of steamers. TVo boats mav be built sim­ ultaneously from the same model, with every effort to make them precise du­ plicates as to shape and machinery, and yet one will prove faster than the other. Why this is no one can tell. The Mary Powell has for the last fifteen years been the swiftest on the Hudson River. ...

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. — 17 August 1883

DREAMY ITALIAN DAYS. Mnsinss on Como's Cool and Lovely Shores Beneath the Soit and Azure Skies of Sunny Italy. Modern Italians Abandon Old Rf-liglous and Political Creeds for Free Thought and Republicanism. American Artiste in Borne Making Use of the Bruins and Skill ot Others lor Masterpieces. BEIXAGIO. Lake Como, Italy, Special Corra— spondence, Jaly 20.—I have retreated hither to this mountain region to write my weekly letter—an exercise for which Central Italy is at present rather too warm. Four days of Venice and four of Rome are qnite enongh at this particular season, even when one does not go entirely for pleasure, but partly in the per­ formance of journalistic duty. I write you to-day from tho moat picturesque town on the prettiest lake in the world. Bel lagio is in the very middle of Lake Oomo, on the northern point of the fifteen-mile long peninsula that divides the lake in twain. This hotel sits steeply on the hillside, the shore terraced and flower-covered down to the '...

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 August 1883

Bring-In your V\:. Bus to and all trains. mm' All kinds ©t rx&sL Meats, Sauagee, Ham* Lard, and everything w Sally kept in a first class iaaeat market, «arntantly on band. UTTLK FALLS. ifWJJ.'j We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the JEXXGKECEISrF CASH PRICES For the same. BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE You will find a Compute Assortaaeut of And the best, stook o1 Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Beady-made Clothing, Ever Bro't to TUls Town! Call and be convinced. A. HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools IMPROVED HOWE SCALES. OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS. Glazed Sash,Doors,Building Paper, Glass, Patty, Lime, Cement Plaster of Paris, Plastering flair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, $in, Copper uadsBheetlron Ware made to? order. Repairing promptly done •V LITTLE FALLS, MINN. Whijv^l® and dnve slow! Cash u$, or no go! -c For the D...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 17 August 1883

Horle Thieves. Last week we stated that a team of horses belonging to Michael Sand, of Buckman, this county, were stolen on Thursday night, August 9. The theft was immediately widely advertised and a liberal reward offered for any in­ formation which would lead to their recovery. Bat slight dues have yet been secured as to who are the thieves and their whereabout uince the theft, but it .'s Jioo ht that the thieves were two Gernn.i-s »'o were in Rich Prai re the day hei'o -e, where they took dinner. One was heard to remark to the other that it would be foolish to walk to Dakota when they could easily ste.al two horses and ride. H. Riddle wrote to Sheriff Rasicot that he saw the men and horses cross the Missis­ sippi near Fort Ripley on Saturday, and it is reported that they have since passed through Swunville. Sheriff Rasicot took a trip up the Northern Pacific as far as Fitrgo, but heard nothing of them. Milk safes and cupboards very cheap at TUTTI.K & CUUKCIIRLL'8. Ph. Beat's ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 17 August 1883

The Cruise of the Jemima. Charlie, my younger brother, had been fagging at his studies I had just |MU3sed the C.S. E., and was propor­ tionately elate. We had earned our Summer holiday, we thought and noth­ ing loth was I ifhen Charlie, with a map In his hand, pointed out a spot on the Caithness coast and exclaimed: "Here wfc are! There we'llgo! What say you, Frank?" "Very good choice. Plenty of ozone, fishing and boating fashion at a dis­ count. Where is the time-table?" A primitive fishing village—call it Clanhead—was quickly fixed upon, and after the usual delights of railway trav­ elling vve found ourselves in a place rich­ ly endowed by nature, but minus an inn. A highland cottage, however, proved A comfortable shelter and after a night's rest and a hearty fish brsakfast we strolled off towards the sea. In the one straggling street of Clan head were yellow-haired children, who stood in wide-eyed, innocent wonder and stared at us. Perhaps they were overcome by the eight of our h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 17 August 1883

BHB GLORIOUS DAYS OP GOLD. I remember, I remember, My boyhood's blizzard blight Tie broken window where the snow Ouae drifting in At night. It came whene'er the fire was out. When ma had gone away: Bnt now I wish that icy night Would come again to star. I remember, I remember, The noses red and white, The frozen ears that tingled so— Oh, what a cooling sight! The snowhouse that my brother built, And where 1 used to lie Until my bones we:e quite congealed— Oh, would it now were nighl I remember, I remember, Whexe I was wont to skate The pond as smooth as glist'ning glass, Whereon I broke my pate. My buoyant spirit, then so light, Is hot and heavy now, And summers pool can no more cool The feyer on my brow. I remember, I remauiber, The cold and ic^ church I vised to think the minister Would freeze fest to his percL Those frigid days have passed away, And now'tis iiitlejoy To feel that I pm much, nearer heat Than when I was a boy. New York Journal SINISTER INCIDENT A Fragmentary Story ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 17 August 1883

A New Ttirf ton Policy. From th« St. Paul VKsptUch. It is said trm President AVthur intends to recommend a new Indian policy •which has originated witli Gen. Sheridan It proposes 1o do away with all reserva­ tions, as sneh, and Indian nannies and a^ent*. In the p!aoe of the Inpcls thus taken the cfovernment would issue bonds bearing interest, the same as any other government bonds, These bonds •Would be issued in payment for all- property lost and the interest paid perni-annually. Under this act the Indians would be obljfjed to take up homesteads, and live on the interest of ihe bonds and the pro­ duct of the farms thus secured. This would release the Indians from the con­ trol of the Interior department, and place them under the department o^-war. There would be no agencies, but the cit izens would be protected by existing lines of forts. General Sheridan claimed that nearly all the Indian troubles of the 9 last few years have arisen throufh the corruption of the Indian agents, tin...

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