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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 28 September 1883

VOL. 8- I'i'.O! KHSiONAL CARLS. Logrsil, K/IBL FA JBtN II AM, Attorney at law, LITTLE asrv :•..._• c-r A.F. *TOKFE.V. \LLS, MINN. ix T. CALHOI:N. STOREY CALHOUN, AITOBJOEYS AT S LAW- (Iftice -it the (*t»u11 House. •LJTTIIE PALLS, MINN. t*. n! RICHABD3 Off, Attorney and Counsellor at law. Agent for the American Agency & CollectionCo. Buys and tell* real estate, tun) loans money »D Mm«. jAlw) ha* & larse umouxrt ot cbaite land Had towulois far wile. MTTLK KALL-, MlSN. ,1 iHlU'iiA 1~ S. p. FI LLER, Justice of 1 lie Peace. LITTLE FA'l LS. MfNN. Ofllci:!]. *~J.~D.~L ACEA.W'CC COUNTY AUDITOR, Will attend collceUfins, pav taxes, lnnl« f'rwrt tfx r^L-*. in M-r-. rifon *nd adjoining counties. »t Court Little Falls. Morri.-on C'*nntv, Minmw»t»». REGISTER OF F,EI)\ MOKHIf-OK C'OI JfTf, M1N. Tt AHfrael*tf Title. Key Text-?. 1 »n?s fo'?ale OVTTCE AT COURT l!Ol'* E, LITTLE FALLS, .MINN lEWTKftlBS, Clerk of tie Distinct Court, F«v«rtb Juf?ic»»: Diftriot. MOSKtSOK COUNTY, MINN, 43p~ Fv.rn"*...

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. — 28 September 1883

jptil ®TOfM}rt W. M. FULLER, Puublishef. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The reports that have been extensive­ ly circulated, of the damage to crops in thfe northwest have been greatly exag­ gerated. A eoaple of Mormon elders, who have been preaching in the neighborhood of Laurel, Indiana, were treated t© a coat of tar and feathers a few nights ago. It appears they had converted a young gir], baptized her and then secreted her away from home, probably intending to send her to Utah. The commission appointed to visit the Sandwich Islands for the parpose of in­ vestigating the charges of fraud in the sugar traffic, which were made to the last congress by Perry Belmont, has recently made its report to Secretary Folger. The allegations of fraad are found unwarranted by the facts. It is claimed that at the trial o£ O'Donnell for the murder of James Car­ ey, the Irish infermer, which will be held in England in November, the pros­ ecution will introduce American detec­ tives to give evidence that ...

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. — 28 September 1883

WEIL DIKED DUTCHMEN. Who. Bid Defiance to the £aging Sea, and Even Propose to Capture More Sand lrom Its Depths. A Queer Mixture of the Monotonous and Pic tnresque in &ie .Scenery and Curi­ ous Costumes of the People. Very Godly Country* it the Old Adage Rela­ tive to Cleanliness Hold True. AHSTEBSAM, Holland, Special Correspond­ ence, Sept 1.—This ia the only country in the world where war always prevails. The inhab­ itants, though they are not warlike in bearing, never know a momont of real peace. The aiege i8 perpetual the peril imminent and eeostant. The beaieged. inheriting the savage conflict from generation to generation, have thrown up huge fortifications a thousand miles long, and begirt themselves with fortresses stronger than those which flank the Thames or those which protect the great harbors of France. Au army of observation marches and oountermarches, never relaxing vigilance, while the foe, now advancing and now resting, ever ttmndors angrily at the gatea More th...

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. — 28 September 1883

Bring in your new to and aias. We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Fairm Produce j:\.i HIGHEST 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 & 00. AT A. TANNERS CHEAP CASH STORE You will find a Complete Assortment of And the best stock ot Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Ready-made Clothing, EJver Bro*t to "Tills Town! Call aud be convinced MEAT MARKET fS- A" KIUud Ul l-l'.-sJi Meats, Hftma Larcl, tiid avtrytniiig UH uuliy kept in a first claw uuai market, constantly on band. LITTLE FALLS. MTN'N- 1Q JU A. TANNER. J. W. BERG -DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE AH kinds of mechanics' and -farming tools IMPROVED HO¥E SCALES, OLIVER iUjfclXJUJL.EO PLOWS. ©lazed SashfDoevs,Building Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cement Plaster ol Paris, Plastering Hair. IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Coppar and Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done T.JTTI3T FAILS. MINN.' STAPLES "flightund drive slow! ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 28 September 1883

(Besir fcfcorfea. Bears ytill very numerous in this nwgJiBoriiood, and a forge number Ut-ck. (•Jrecn Api:o.-*it ihe Link- Falls Me. Market. Milk sates arid uj• aids very cheitp Steele's by the thou- sand or car load. Ladies' walking shoes cheap at PAXTZK K'B. Spring Garden cigar. The bes' in the the tewii. F«»r sale at B.VTTEKS linos.1 1 urn eloping out my stoek of winter jroniTMiS Aery i\\ prices, and r,.u-i sell »11 I hnvp in make -omn for spring anil *mmner slock. Call .OK! sec me. Money to Ian-ope. Pi rgons sendinr monev t«» friends in J'l is an on TIVR G, SIMMONS. Agent. AH Old Sot Her. .John Richardson, of Ic.'»ison, Crawford county. Iowa, arrived in town last week'and. retarre 1 home yesterday morning. He was one of the first settlers in tiie county, coming here in the ?50'sand l-i't Musical Instruments. We intend to keep a full line of all kinds of' musical instruments. Or­ der*' for nny instrument not kept in stC'*.k will be taken and iille.l promptly. s»rv being Miled. On-...

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. — 28 September 1883

A SOfiMT FltOJft IHJK PUlilU«LESii4 JSfy own beloved, who baas lifted me From thla dov flat of earth where I wag thrown, And in betwixt the, languid ringlets blown A life-breath, till the forehead hopefully Shines out again, as ail theaugels see, Before thy saving kias! Mv own, my own, Who comeet to mo when the world was gone, And I who only looked for God, fonnd thee! I find thoa I am safe, am strong, am glad. As one who stands in dewless asphodel, Looks backward on the tedious time he had In the upper life—so I with bosom swell, Make witness, here, between the £eod and bad, ibat lova, as strong as death, retrieves as well. Mrs. J. E Browning. MICK TANDY'S REVENGE. "And why's the r'ason ye'll not be my wife, Kathlie?" "Only bekase I can't, Mick." "Why?" "Bekase." "Niver?" "No, Mick, never!" There was silence for a moment in the lovely glen of Coloony where sweet Cath leen was githeriug water weeds from the edge of a great mud puddle, for her green goslings at home. The iover woo ha...

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. — 28 September 1883

FARM AND HOUSE. Topics for the Parmer. The New York World is authority for the statement that plaintain, if not permitted to go tossed for two years, wiil die out. Mow previous to seed time two years in succession. To make cheap pork you must feed early. It will as a rule take double the food to make a pound in December that it will in September. Veterinary practice was recommend­ ed to yonng men at a recent meeting of the Kentucky Medical society. The horses ot the country being valued at $800,00,000, it is estimated that the an­ nual loss from want of sound adviee and treatment amount to $15,000,000. The assessor's returns show the de­ crease in the number of swine in Iowa, this year from last, to be 180,000, in­ crease of horses 29,000, increase of cattle 50,000. Dogs have done more injury to sheep husbandry than all other causes com­ bined, and, considering the importance of the evil, it does not receive that no­ tice at the hands of the agricultural press that it riehtly deserv...

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. — 28 September 1883

I- ^..j aud.il But t)'u iiw.li tan you There.i« room in the halls of' pleasure Kut »i liirKjr'wd k»vMy imthr. Bur 'nv Uy ijb *o jftiistmi! fijeon TiiroHuh the.i'ttixru#UiWp-iln. r-KUa U'httrf^r. €roj* at Oovii's Lake. T*e bevilL fek-. Inter Otrein «iys 4'A«« TfMi/lWr,,,,,,, t-i. n*. i- rI •i„h To The Farmers: theWl«*h«^«mtfrtiitiH ••ring the*# the orciiwd sHaqved, Bui has truubk enou&h ofits oft u. ,i- #,•••• r» i.i ,i d»an Commsiioner Pn -e. nnd that the Siatf, and the hills will answer ., ., tiijjhi it lost or.tV air most experienced agents say t-hat it w- li? j°yrili8u"^. »(tempt is m»-l* to enforce them there L,t fiur tfrtchuB Jr «u 4 u.viii ciiJt 7 reports e»*mr ii) fV«):n the country it fH ioitiid th.it n'tt imlv life win-ui c'rop, tXit aJI others an-iii-.-iiinir out Hj.lemlid- .. .i -t Wmnenpo]i« Trtltu«e: An Mecident of ««e im j-,a, iMwU.h.jt, j„,l'w '"s" 'mm liompsou at SyJv'jtu' G-hvde, iVrir were! selected, which- together' weighed itine pounds. Tlioma's ITe^a ri says...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 October 1883

PROFESSIONAL CARDS, I^nl, m. it. fImham, Attorney at Law, XITTLE PAIXS, MINN. *i .rw A. F. STOHJEJ D. T. ATTOHjSEYS AT CX1.KOTTX. STOREY & rALHOCN, IAW- 4)£8w»irt the Court House. UTTLH FALLS„MINN. N. RICHARDS ON, Attorney and, Counsellor at Law. .. Agent fdrt&e American Agency & Collection Co. Buy* ands*ii&>.x*al estate, end loene.mouey eattugpe. Ajso Thaa alarge amount of choice J^a tfnd town lots tor jisle. LITTLK FAU^. MfNN. ^Tulleu ustice of the Peace. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. Offl3rtl. J. D. LAOHANCE, COUNTY1 AUDITOR. Will HttbTld JO l«nfe pHV tniw, radpern land* from tax SMIPR.T&E. in M..»r risen and adjoining counties. Office at Court f?'uuc\ Twit tie Palls, Morrison County, Minnesota. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOftJSjSOK COUNTY, MINK. Will furnili Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. Has Land* for Sale. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS. MISN I,EON HOME, Clerk of th* District Court. S«vetth Judicml l)i«tri«t. MORRISON COL'STT, MIJsX, JMr Entries of fllin.* Final Proo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 October 1883

A little (falls irawsmjit W. M. FULLER, Puublisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. PITH OF THE NEWS. Washington Xows Notes. The statements of Fred. Douglass, in his speech at the colored convention, that the negroes: re denied public office, are not borne out by the records of the Washington de­ partments In several of those departments, notably in the treasury, an examination of the pay rolls show that the percentage of colored men employed to the total popnla turn is considerably greater +han the whites Value of exports of domestic provisions, tfdlow and dairy products for eight months ended Aug. 31, 1883, $77,457,670. Same pe­ riod, 1882, $65,922,185, Provisions and tal­ low for ten months ended Aug. 31, 1883, amounted to $84,333,204, agaii st $75,251, 679 for the same time in 1882. Export dairy products during the last four months increased $156,215 ever same period last year. Secretary Folger has just rendered an im­ portant decision with regard to the con­ struction of sec. 7 of the...

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. — 5 October 1883

v'-'"K^-vJ'.ft" fi^P"^ 'v !'iw:.'^ FROM "PEARLS OF THE FAITH." "Where every man shall die." A! Beidhawi Presenteth bow there sate with Solomon A prince of India, and tbere passed them by Azraei, Angel ef Death, on shadowy plumes "With great eves gaziai: earnestly, an one Who wonders, gazing. Aud, because the prince Sate with the king, be saw what the king saw, The Djins and Angels, and saw Azraei Fixing on him those awful searching eyes. "What name, I Dray thee, wears you messenger?" So asked he of the king, and Solomon Made answer, "It is Azraei, who calls The souls of men." "He seemed," whispered the prince. "To have an errand unto me: bid now That one among thy demon ministers' Waft me, upon the swiftest wing that beats, To India, for I fear him." Solomon Issued command, and a swift Djm sprang forth Bearing the prince aloft, so that he came To Coromandel ere the fruit—which fell Out of the fie—had touched the marble floor. Therennon Azraei said to Solomon, **I looked thus earnest...

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. — 5 October 1883

Bring in your. —,'juwir. to and from ail trains Ah *»ua» ut Fra»U^ Meats, Sausage* Haws. ijut% itnd everything us­ ually fc«a* ia first elaffl n,e*t market, «onstfcntly ton and. 'l,lTTlJ£ FALlS. MTNK. "vWfe-Buv ali ^.iiids of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce A Pay HIGHEST CASH PRICES For the same. BEEF, PORK, YEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TANNERS CHEAP CASH STORE You will find a Complete Assortment of And the be^t. Atuck at Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Heady-made Clothing, Ever Bpo't to Tills Town! Call aruf be oouviaeed! A. TANNER. J. W. BERG -DEALER IN- IMPROVED HEAVY & SHELF HARD WAKE All kinds of mechanics' and forming'tools OLIVER Jii 1 fLOW& Sash D:4BrsyBa1^di^"Paper, Glaas, Putty, Limt', Cement Plaster oi Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON, STEEL and GOAL, ilii Copper and Sheet'Iron Ware made to' OTder. Retiring promptly done ^irrLE F&LLS. MINN. Boarded by $ie iH STAPLE A FANCY AND A FULL LIN...

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. — 5 October 1883

IMnrkel. Milk Mite* and eupltoaifm verv at PI beer at Coftlus, *11 nod prices, at TL'TTLKMS: OilC.'HCH!t. BRICK! BRICK! sand or ear load. Ladies' walking shoes cheap at PAttTZKK'ft. Republican County Convention Nntirr.' is fcurcby gh'fri (!..!• 1?- £noy to Kurope. P"|BOMS sendimr money to friends in Fur it ii os ii O dor C. U. blAlMO-V!-. Agent, Mttsion! iwstriu^Mmts. We intend to keen a. full Jine of all kin'i- oi musical instrvinietit-s. Or-j i*lrrJ for irnv instrument not kept in Vtr* ill lit- la-ken and tdb--' promptly. '1'fTTLK & (Jti l"VU":i[n.t,'s. K. Marble L-hop We are here to do n'l kinds of work in marble and Stone, and we want you 10 brinu in your orders for gravestones, monuments, e'e. We guarantee yon better work at lower prie» thnn e\ er li=-,s been shipped lie re by outside firms. also n.can stay re if w, ean reel wttrk enougli to make a living. Call, at paint sliop opposite court house for.s mi pfes andj'.doig'ns. RoF'EXtlKIMK'R & PaIITRII F., Pioprietors. l...

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. — 5 October 1883

fXCWl I 3 1 I 5 I '. i: I I LURED IP HIS BOOM. BY AS ENGLISH DETECTIVE. It was a very singular, mysterious and complicated case. In a bare room of an old house in the vicinity of London Bridge Railway Sta­ tion a man was found dead, hanging by a small cord to a book driven into the wall, his feet resting on the floor. He was discovered some days after his death, and by reason of the strong smell from his decern )k)sing body. He was a stranger, whom no one knew, and why he should have come to that place to commit suicide was a mys­ tery. He was well-dressed, had a gold watch in his pocket, to which was attached a heavy gold chain he had a diamond stud in his shirt-front, and a cluster ring of diamonds on one finger he had also a pocket-book on his person containing oyer two hundred pounds in bank notes. It was therefore evident that he had not committed suicide on account of pov­ erty, nor murdered for his money. Was it suicide, or was it murder? There was no scrap of paper on hit pe...

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. — 5 October 1883

1 FARMERS' COLUMN. Reoeipes for t&e Housewife. Pieces of borse radish placed on the top of cucumber pickles will help to pre­ serve thte vinegar and keep it from mold­ ing. •SNOW Dno?s.—Beat to a cream one cup of butter and two cups of powdered su par. Whip in thoroughly the whites of five weli-beaten eggs. Add one cup of milk and three eup3 of prepared flour. Flavor with vanilla and nutmeg. Bake in tins the shape of fluted shells. BEEFSTEAK A LA MAITRE BEAKS D'HOTKL.—Cut the fillets or tenderest parts from some choice tenderloin steak. Shape them into neat oval pieces, each large enough for one porson, and broil them daintily. Spread with maitre d' hotel butter and serve on a hot platter, surrounded by green peas or Saratoga potatoes and par­ sley. STBWEB KIRNEY.—Trim away the fat, skin and cut each kidney into thin slices put the slices into a stew pan, dredging them first with flour then put in a ta­ blespoon full of butter, salt and pepper let them simmer slowJy fifteen minu...

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. — 5 October 1883

fi I 6001 f^^vi|g 11 JkH& JUr&TTjLSX,. A' father bm bj the cinmney-poat, On a w1nt«r?« day, enjoyiny a roMt By hi8«dc aiuij*ju yoanij-atnt tuir, A girl vjth .» n'vjaUii tj^goVdvb hair And she Uam&r the father, ateru aud cold, With a qut*d ifc of duty, trite aud old "Say, t'athoi-, what Khali a moldon do When a raanof-merlteonue* to woo And, father, what ofrbls palu in my braast? Married or ttinglb-^wftlch is th^bost?" Then tbe sire of-the maiden youngand&lr, The giri of ihe wealth'ofgoldeu hair, H« auHwercd as evur d« fathers cot«i, To the question of daiy, trite and old: "fche who weilileth^oiM God's tatter ShewhO Wiuia uot. d'ueth better." Then meekly snnweruc the maiden fair. The girl wfth the wealth ufgoltieu hair, "I wlH keepthe seuae ol' the Hply Letter, Content to *lo wKjui^withourdoin^ bettkh.' Signeef Wowing Ohl. Very gradually do tfoe signs of grow­ ing old come to men. So gently goes the enemy, Time, advance upon then: that his foot-printo arqrecarajly tra...

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. — 12 October 1883

VOL. 8- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Lejjal. JS.II. FAMMAM, Attorney at law, •LITTLE FALLS, MINN. A. P. »TOJtt:Y. D. T- CAi.HOt'N. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT IAW. Ofiice at the Court Mouse. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. HIGH ARBS ON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells real estate, awl loans money *ai sunib. ?Also has a large amount of choice lftn-1 mid town lots tor sale. LITTIiK FALLS, MtNN, .] soiitl. S. P. FULLER, Justice o! the Peace, LITTLE FALLS, WIN?" Ofileiul. J. D. I.ACHANCE, COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to collections, pay t:ix^s, red com lnnd? from tax sales, &e. 'ii^Mi' ri?on and adjoining counties. Orlioo at Cfturt, Huse, Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota. REGISTER OF iir.K'iS. Motc.15tso?f!*roiTV, mj:X. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Tfsy ''"axes. Has Lands for Pale. OFFICE AT COURT IiOrSK, LITTLE FALLS, IVHNN. I,EOT! Il«l?REt Clerk cf tlie District Court. Seventh Judicial District. MORRISON COV::TY. M...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 October 1883

W. M. FULLER, Puublishe*. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. PITH OF THE NEWS. "Washington .News Notes. The counsel for Sergeant Mason, the sol­ dier who attempted to shoot Guiteau, re­ cently applied to\ the secretary ol was for a copy of the judge advocote general's re­ view of the proceedings ot the court mar­ tial by which Mason was tried. The secre­ tary refused the application on the ground that the document was a confidential com-* munication. It is said, however, by the prisoner's friends that the secretary with­ holds the report because it is favorable to Mason and contrary to his own view of the case. Counsel will, it is reported, ap­ ply to the president for the full record. Tne names of 750 or 800 postmasters will be sent in to the senate by the president during the next session of congress. In the first place, there has been about 300 post­ masters appointed by the president since •congress adjourned. Then tee commissions of about 300 presidential postmasters will expire during t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 October 1883

mC'SM •YOU BID ME THY." Yot»*ra me try, Blue Ejrea, to write A rondeau. What! —forthwith—to-night, Rt^lect. Some elcill I have, 'tis true But thirteen lines—and rhymed on two— "Refrain," as welL, Ah, helpless plight! Still there are five lines—raug«d aright. These Gallic bonds, I feared would fright My easy Muse. Thev did tell you— You bid me try That ma ires themnine. The port's ia sight "Tig all because your eyes are bright Now junta pair to end with *oo,"— When maids command, what can't we do! Behold J—the rondeau, tasteful, light, You bid me try! —Modern Ag«t A LITTLE RUSSIAN SERVANT. "Who's that?"asked the countess,stopping in front of a young girl fifteen or sixteen years of age, bent over an embroidery frame. The youtiR girl rose, prostrated herself thrice be­ fore her mistress, then getting dd, remained standing, her hands banging by her side, her head slightly bant forward under the investi­ gating gaas of the countess, who, through her oye^glass, closely scrutinized her. '...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 October 1883

all trains. wz«-$w3m Bringvin your AT A Kiudf We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce Arid Pay the HIGHKST 0-a.S»3BC I»n.I03E2S For the same, BEEF, PORK, YEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C,: And get your cash every time. We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & GO. CHEAP CASH STORE Yoo will find a Complete Assortment, of And the best stock- »t Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Beady-made Clothing, UESveKr1 lOx^o't to TlfcrL® To-vsno.2 Call aiid be cpnvinced, if' A. TANNEB. J. W. BERG DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools IMPROVED HOW SCALES. OLIVER J_iO,WS. Glazed 8ash,D9M«,BttiHHng Psjie^Ql^as, Putty, Li»«,'Cet3niMit JPla3ter 9i Paris, Plastering Hair. IRON, STEEL and COAL, i'in, ilopper and Sheet lron Ware rna.de t® order. JEeptvirxng jprbmptly done LITTLB FALLSv MINN. HM-HIIMWW— er no go I Horses Boarded by" the in Town come to us. Mm jrgALBK XH STAPLE & AND A FULL LIKE OF FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO AND Ar CIGARS. $£$" Best sto...

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