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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 2 November 1883

if I VOL. 8." wuuwmjmuMjfji JPKOFESSIQNA CARDS. Lefjal, E.H. FlBlflf AH, Attorney at Law. LITTLE FALLS, A.F. STOKiEY. D. W'ouKi ttJ irict' 1. {liUflicf illi Ml' ol". t-S. MINK. T. CAI.HOtTRf. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at the Court House. UTILE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for i!:n American Agency & Collodion Co. Buys and Hells md e?*nte, and loans money on ru»jnc\ Also has e. large amount ol choice l»mi ami town lot* tor sale. LITTLK F.4 L, MINN. f««clicui I- ""{VP. FULLER, Justice of the Peace. LTTTLfi FALLS, MINN. Official. XITLICHXN E COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to colI'-fMoris, pav tax^s, reileom land? from tax f*»» 11»«, See. )P Mor­ rison and iidjeinicsr counties'. Court House. I.iftic Count,v Mi:i ni'rotu. Office fit orrison Falls, A -*t riTT REGISTER OF T)E-EPS. or. R1 SON* cor NTT, MI Will furnish ^tracts ot'-Tit!-1.. Tay Tuxts. J! us Lands-' for ~r. if,. oi r:'T. at conn' ikmse, LITTLE 1 A I. LS, MINN. mn' HMIB...

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. — 2 November 1883

W. M. PULLER, Puubliaiier. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA PITH OF THE NEWS! Washington News Notes. The naval advisory "board recommending that the construction of several naval ves­ sels, ne of the class of the Chicago now oe ing constructed, one of the class of the Bos­ ton, anH five smaller grades, the whole to cos' $4,283,000,er in ia commended that two of the annller vessels bt built OH the Pacific coast. Tbe board also recomHtends com­ pletion ot the Monitors Puritan, Terror, Amphitrite. and Murdoch, at a total cost, of $2.598.400, A remonstranco against H. McCutchen of Fond da Lac, Wis., collector of internal revenue, and the consolidation of his of­ fice with the Milwaukee office, signed by Gov. Rusk, Ed*ard Sanderson & Co., Payno oi Milwaukee and Senators Cameron and Sawjer, has been telegraphed to Wash* ington, arid it is believed that the order abolishing the Fond du Lac office will be rescinded. Posteaasfeers commissioned: Wisconsin— Mrs. Amanda E. Helgerson, Towerville. Ind...

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. — 2 November 1883

••V? EVENING SONG. Behind tha hilltop drops the BUD, Tbe curled heat falters on the sand While evening'* ushers, one by one, Lead a tba guests ol twilight land. Tho bird is wlent over head, Below the beast has lain him down: \V Alone tbe war tries watch the dead, Alcse the ateeolee guard the town. The south wind feels its amorous course. To cloistered sweets in thicket* found ^The leaves obey its trader force, And stir 'twixt silence aud a sound. —John Vance Cheney. PATSY CUJSCr'a GHOST. BY WIIXIAM BLACK. It was & elear-shiniug day in April we were on a small bluo lake, set far away among the ateriia orown moors of Connem&ra and the long salmonrod lay over the gnuwala of the boat, idly trailing behind it forty yards of line and a phautont minnow. Indeed, the day was much too tiuo for proper fiahiog one might as well have thrown a fly over the wood pavemeut in Pall Mall it was a day rather for laz neaa and convocation and an inquiry into the mys­ teries of existence, if haply...

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. — 2 November 1883

«r Bring in your mm. Clli 1) eaamBBMLWi—aaatawat'• Bus to and from all trains. THE LITTLE FALLS MEAT MARKET ~*ii' ifar All Kiutls oi X3Sij Mvate, 3a*«ig«. Ham*. LardjUKi ®v®tjrtniug in* HIT ij We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay BEEF, PORK, YEAL, 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 11 Aud the best stoek ut Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Beady-made Clothing, Ever Bro't to Tjai® Town! Call and be convinced. B8~ sally kept as a firet class ihaxk^t. ocwrtmtly *D &«»£. LITTLE FALLS. MfMK.. the TTT GHEST CASH I»I=tIOE3S For the same. A. TANNER. d. W. BERG, -DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools IMPROVED HOWE SCALES. OLIVEK oiixi. yVS. ©lazed Sash,Doors,Building Paper, Glass, Putty, Liuie, Cerneut Piaster^ Paris, Plastering-'Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, fin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware made t...

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. — 2 November 1883

Freivi JTftafeies. l&rribt'rt, Sr, Bellevue, Minn., Oct, 31,38K3. Bditor of the Transcript:' Who your Deffitv-ratio Ro'y.ilton teppojHltt r.t is, that 'Wrote you -lust week concerning tire county nowina tfoufl, I do riot positively Itwaw. Oire thing I txi know however, 4ind that is, that I most earthy endorse the letter mwe«eral principles, and particular­ ly that part of it referring to (he nomi­ nations of the two parties, for .county treasurer. My political principles are too w«ii known to need enunciation here. It is enough to say, D^mmrat though I am, I shall endorse Mr. *£ay ior'a nomination at the polls. 3fo STRANGERS YZZV AFPLY. JAMES LAMBKKT, SR. MI lyOKEKY~AT COST 9tn «©w closing- out mfttock •of MiHIuery cheap for cash, 5all and a Bargain. Mrs. C. Mecliau. V$i*eta and velvet ribbons at MK8. L. PKRLET'8. For a good over­ coat go to •SIMMONS & STEELES -J. Rosenheim or, of Alexandria, of tba firm of Rosenheimer A Partridge, -came oVer from that tuven Wednesday ind in...

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. — 2 November 1883

Personal Paragraphs. Vennor has a southern rival in Pro­ fessor G. R. Gather, of Alabama, who says that the winter will be vary coll and early, and "phenomenal tor its paroxysmal spells ol he-it, succeeded by intense cold over the country." Mrs. Agnes Booth ia to play the lead ing parts this winter at the Park Theatre in New York. She will also conduct the business from her late has fomd's estate from which sue will receive about $100,000. Savs John L. SoUivau of his saloon: "It cost me $2i,0()0 to lit it up. I put ii. a stock amounting to $5000. I opened i» on August 7, ami up to last Monday I had taken in $25,000. That ia enough *o pay for it. The .opening night. I took in $2900 and the firat Saturday $2400. Richard Francis, who hag been ap­ pointed cai'terer to the Senate, ia not the only colored carterer who is wo-th a large amount of money. The head wait er at the West, End Hotel, Long Branch, has a bank account of over $10D,0iH). Tho champion drunkard of the world is a woman n...

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. — 2 November 1883

A ZEALOUS WORKER. "Ah,'' said Mrs. Crackthorpe, mourn­ fully, "you'll never marry, Christina Carr! E^rentrio mrls who out their hair short nod part it on on© sido nover o. Men don't like oddity. And then you Imva such a way of rushing about the streets, at alt times and seasons, and currying baaketa and packages to poor people! One miglit as well be a common rarrw at once. It you expect to form a i-.rediUule alliance, you must Conform a litt .! to vhe usages of society." %,K.intense, A-ith Aunt Jerinima!" said Christina, laughing. "And suppose I don't tr.urry, what then?" The three Miss Cracfcthorpes lo ked up from thr^e crewel-frames, with the atnaz awiit which a company ofreupect able baru door fowl* might be expected to feel when an erratic golden pheasant chanced to alight in their midst and as­ tonish ihein with its foreieh wavs. Ai' ther lives they had bee.i trained to regird marriage aa the ultima thule of all their hopes and aspirations. They had painted and powdered, and fr...

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. — 2 November 1883

Tr hiad Much *».!*• K' fj a( II igs Far­ ui te go to any part of the Cou nty. •rsrr. About No. 1 Hftrt "9t.y the preast" yfd'cd It farmers desTf m.-t X». h-ti ?v •. ••. whhow 1U.V *d,,Tcy' Hum 10 k, », iwii'/Trti^V^ri 111- .ifn dl. A .(1 IM*ijrvflii'?••• 'i tdw'it'a.of tU«" Ho''- :r is i!u?, wyiic'tt ftjt.(jtara/suf of it" tVien tocher, '•!-.v v'v a s,:tre',,tesJfihi roper tvs.t enn m! h* log. IT there uvre v. r" II i)i«'te,tly FWUL STUTL' IU CH I *,# 1 Slv I tV •U ^rnfcs «*r buck vh«»*t \vi:h i\ if•'.* ru r-\*r 'hufb'.-i-t of !C, 1 U',1: [jjilllM" wili it tuaki# »t3got»U ft "it aivl-'-r any-Virouin. ]. Mur^n hs ti»a'. r«.U-l cU**1-' 1 i!i3«e, find a1} e!d° bui par*\vhe*t. Tbia is a •int tii! iV:o u'* **ld 'n tiava .*n eve upon, rta'-.l or.e A'Uio'u thj wxiieritn?fd el v/ntor irinn Heidoift'evei-1 fcujrf to notice. The miller who. purchase »yhcat to snd rrind.., wlwrtyp lookr i!(er This, it" he desin:8 t(« make ihe be?' uf' i-ar. And nnotUer thing It ».s be.eti ]tnrinH.i. lint wttcU...

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. — 5 November 1883

.vv&jti 9H QQ «J 03 A. 0 SIHHONS ASTEEE -DEALERS IS JL1 A SPECIALTY. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Ready-Macle Clothing, •i, .::cew I: 3Q 35 S5 C5 6C .CD «3 Ul ti •iH pCj O PC? •iH «8 ft ri- 03 +a & rt (D $ rH, »s rd 09 03 c3 J® "c a & {H c3 O ft «w O ^tj GO c3 P» 1 a 'c$ +3 CO 0 p-4 •4-3 K*~i CQ a) ap,' CQ 8 a rci ss PS W n~* —*. jf a)' 4^ j/T &G K* 3 .3 rd +3 O -. 1 r$yer +-i CQ W —H .r^&s .j -hi\-•• Concerning the Hoy Affidavit. In another column will be frond a copy of aa affidavit purporting to be sigaed by J. H. Roy, at on* time cltrk in the treasurer's office under W. T. Lambert, in which be claims that tfce said Lambert bad stated to him that a' deficiency existed in the office which' was to be made good by Jonathan Tay­ lor in consideration of he (the said Tay­ lor) being appointed deputy county treasurer. f'be appearance of this af­ fidavit at this late hour shows the des perate methods resorted to by Stoll and his backers to support his sinking cause. For s...

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. — 5 November 1883

I HI VOL 8- PROFUSION A CAMS.' I^otral. E. M. FASHIAM, Attorney at Jaw, 1,TITLE FALLS. MINK. A K. srrtKEY. 1). T. OAI.HOVN STOREY & CAI.HOl-N, A1TCHKEYS AT LAW. Office at the Court House. I.ITTLE FA1.T.S, MINN. ~N.EICHAB.DSON, Attorney ant! Ccunafllor at Law. A'-feut for die American Agency & Collection Co. «Uwv» and sell* rc-ftl estnta, s-.ud b*ns ir,oo£y. ii3 srtiac. Abo hfts luv^t ,uino:.nii ol cLl-icc lHiid and town lota tor sal«*. l.ITTI.K A t.lS MINN. ,J urtR-inT r. FULLER, Justice o£ the Peace l.ITTI.K AM.5*, MINT '^*jrD."LACHASGF,' COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will at*. miQ to piilh-Mions, pay taxes redeem lands frAm tux i-dcs, &c. risen ami adjoining counties. 0o,.irt lloii.se, Little. Puds, (,'oiu.tv, Minnesota. O S Wil! !oei)!e lHn1". tt-iid to rill lii^'re.^ in \y. 1?eft-vt fte'.H ». KOYAITO^S, ].riTi.x: Oflico nt Morrison T.ywjm FJCnCOT*. REGISTER OF DEEDS, Of. It ISON" OOSTY, .MI.S*• TViil t'u r.i.ih Attracts of Title. T'ey TIus I.mid* l'or i*nle. ill-FU'K AT (.'01 -RT...

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 November 1883

iittlc ^alls ftMism^ w. M. FULLER, Pjaubliahef. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. Congress will reassemble in less than a month and then Washington will be a point of more national interest than at present. After the organisation of the time branches and the reception of the president's message and accompany-, ing reports, and other preliminary business. Tho work of president mak­ ing will begin in earnest and may coutinue until next Jnly. Politicians of all lines will bo drawn to the national capital from whence willlradiate schemes to enlist the wire-working politicians, at homo. There will be no end of false reports, hambug and rot, spread before the people from day to day, to the in­ finity disgust of senaibb people who feel tbat life is too shart to digest such sort of stuff. Lord Coleridge has sailed for England,' after spending two months in the Uni­ ted States. Daring this period be has travelled over 5,000 miles, and despite the hurried character of his trip, he has been able to get...

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 November 1883

fcl .^r^s Gay Oetobefj Dandmr 'mid Stasias 'round Ltuchina, iMf^tac.mv«t Comes no thoutM.at sadness br thee For the brlfcfatdaf««toefcfefeMhe* For the dark oqm ooralc#f aft«^,r ,... Soon tfcy brief, tUdreign i» mwM Scares thy facet shall we rnuemMk Whan the giooroaf (ttwlToTiBlir Oh oar spirit* has descended. '.,••• Therefor* etiancfe thy stiri tafc«&iife!a& 9, r^:i laughter! f: HISS LIBfilPIFS L0TJBBS. Miss Lirripip hag, a-prettyfape and $5*KK a year, not to epek of expectations, Pretty faoes are common enopgh, even in these days of agricultural depression abdatajpiant trade tat a girl with $5,000 year is a rarity and' a girl with $5,000 a year,, and a pretty face into the bargain Is a positive phenomenon and, such, cannot fail to be neatly admired by a number of more or less eligible young men with a taste for beauty of the most substantial kind. Even middle-aged bachelors awoke from their habitaal indifference when, on being in­ troduce to a lovely damsel of two-and-twent...

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 November 1883

4 ••W in BEEF, PORK, IRONV^S ilav Opper and,Sheet Jj%-Ware'': toadto i?\ //''.WeJftiy Kinds of? CHEAP CASH iri,rur.i"l"^iM III MM jmmm*mmmm*fmmm*mmmmm&^ WmML Dressed Heats' ftod •'"^•."^Si: Farm Produce *:..' And Pay. the the same.' Boots & Ready-madeCJlothing, Ever Bro't to Tills Town! Ck^l iwd eonTi*f«d. b,' m/r•• U" 'iX-VS Bus to and nil trains. RW'W: fc S»iO» t. ilfiji} -V?. ,'riV.v j, S. t?-i:V4r mmir ¥TVV wnm*wi your every ^e feint to see you. JR. You Will find Complete Aiawtwent'of Au4 tki best *fc«k:®t A. TA"NNEB. -DEALER IN-—- 4 til i" 5s HEAVY & 8^I: HARDWARE me^KaMes'att^ifkm tools it !3.n *oi ii.odi R7S.7 f.ms fviT iWiiitt-r-a v-'). .. .,i toVJU^vU'. Glazed Putty, Lime, foment Plaster ©1 Pf r.*,Pla,teriDeHair, v: rtf 3Arde? &LLL8. MIN HVi^ .vv: "V Repairing promptly done 68 ^Boarded Ul *9* fey the Jav ^i#eek in Towa is. STAPLE &TANGT AKD A FULL LIKE OF it FRUITS, •0?. *&K' S Js\ TOBACCO AND CIGARS. Best stock of Cigars in town. Choicest brapds of ...

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 November 1883

THe( Jti^tstdf cordtftlMwil wlU-gi?* a grant! butt artd baitquet*it Vastly'sj^ hall oiijhe'rii^i&f Nov.^29? aritekfeaftiints fcr& nofe all o?^V yfct.Tjht h^coronlmi1tee* on arrageifjentsia, lO.:&©lydeiy#. Vaaalv'Aii'j t!«vn£af ^T*afKfcl!'l'fl'! 'WflftT alarsf Delicious anti'fcfalft?^ piiRer*V«r»t« at «••-'•. 8paASDBLSI, -W .,^". The*'tba&tttfm&i /jfoil/htfgeMfr apsdtt sashI wall paper tVVr brought i» tawifa 7' Tfrrrt-i A Churchill. MILtvtNEKY ACCOST! I am oof closing out my stock or Millinery cheap for cash. Call and' gfcfca Bargjfciav OJPt atanding of the ctt V.e ,« 1'. -. #fra. Q- Mechau. Y$l?«s Attd-^l^i rlbbbns'at vi• i#- ",".<p></p>Matt. '8en4lnr Papers by A SSATAFCFCK* BT TH* POSTMASTER. It seems $$ ba"$n«raUy understood that* ne*»p»jife, n.m*t ter of-what size of weight, can. bfc through the oftafcter onov cent. Thif *s not, a cU Audoni$ considarabla trouble having growp. 1a. of'the misunder- governing third law class matter, I have concluded t...

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 November 1883

HER PICTURE Sunlight falls on her picture! face, Rimmed in a frame ofjgold The selfsame pose of a careless grace, That I remember of old. 'Twas here we stood Ions years ago, She in thatjpretty dress! And I heard this syllable—aweetand low From her rose-red month, 'twas— "Yesl" So many years! And yet I'll swear— Now, standing in this place— I can smell the rose she bath in her hair, While I look upon heriaoel I feel the clasp of her slender hand, Gentle, yet clinging fast, And I almost feel I am yonng again, Though so many years have past. And yet, could I live over the space Of those Indian summer days. Bring back to my life this sweet fair face, The canvas here portrays, Were it wise to lose the peace {that is mind, For the restless hopes that nave fled? Nat so whatever is—is best. "Let the dead past bury its dead!" JUSfFwiLFUFGIRL. "It is really too shabby I ought not to wear It, had 1? I ought to 20." "Dear, you look so pretty and so dain­ ty in it, what can you say? I'm sorry, b...

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 November 1883

A.*1 Vm-V-- --,. THE OLD WAR GENERALS. Those Now Living:, and Their Present Pursuits. Oorretpondeupfi of the Boston Advertiser. "Only eighteen years ago that the re" beUion closed," said an old art&y officer to me, the other day, "but the generals of the war are fast going out of VM«Uf/|«lbUWt A 4VMW\'t|VVt'l VUV U\JX \J1 a hundred cavalry fights, lives quietly here, and can be found any day reading the papers in one of the offices on news­ paper row. His hair and mustache are white, and his voice as gentle as a wo­ man's. You can say the same of Rosecrans, the idol of the army of the Cumberland. He and his wife live, al­ most unnoticed, on Capitol Hill during the time he spends here performing his duties as a California congressman. His complexion is like a youth's and his hair, with a military cut, white as snow. The man who commanded 100,000 men at Chickamauga seems abashed at the confusion in congress, and seldom rises to speak. Generals Hawley and Logan are the two other mo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 November 1883

mESPEBm OF 8&ESC&. [£tt& WlteeTer's "Poene*of Pas*r/n. ^TUesoloma Rett of Silea'5^ ii«i iw Railing Across the ixjeau, bo«Hi:g tvtfr# /rem th The dead. cab&aw< i£..vf»jfcti iia a.vf ul 4iiK No nnxious doubts or ^wvdLvturVi.i:vl»r«jd!5tt I on a.ik soihe .litfe vfa*-e i.ttnguagw To'.btii- thte't*a£iitmi??tu^o.f'i&& 4 I am ^pprissM, iU» iia?e .of *. il*S* So much gfvK tiinVn I.U:« TJke subtle incense ris .^, i0 dixits tUii Ti ugi ua'V jaic **vi WjT^UJftvi l»sv• he eilcncv *•_ injflressu ju wiy ^uo"'. Uo'.v o^r ihe iteeiloiij, vrd or .., r!- '',V., to rwntftb d«rol'cn,' ilfa^..i.5U .. 1 ank th«H but to ''Wij$ei'' Ivvii'i'"-cqAy «.: '^ioiW Thy sUeiK.v all t'iO'fuYiy.'dytfi c-orr're.-aC. Sond s'uru' Lr.'.sisijt cro.i.s l!usoa ofHibwcd. s'uruMvL. AuJ txit.tTv«.pt.i's:utttimico witbio uxmi. "i'onns Indies fre» ili« Siluv Ho 11 \'i'ho Xtarcrs. Itiak tht»iv ca'*H cu' :'J" Cor^ ijwH.'} who fx (, lucklessly, often ijsiug- at'tornfioi), and? ofu»i.t»r winr.i-ig d'onbio»...

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. — 16 November 1883

if) bp. TOIi. 8- ii PROFESSION AT, CARPS. A LPft'Ol. JE* If. FAMHAM, Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, -. MINN. &. IP. tfrouitY. 1). T. CALHOUN. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT 1AW. Oflk^U theCyur't House. MTTL& FALLS,.MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Bays mid sails real estate,. and loans money f®& miiiifr'. Aiso hfts a Inrse amount of choke l&udaud tov.n ,019 tor sale. I iT'ii T'AMS.'Mim I lUllCHll 8. P. FULLER,' Justice of the Peace. LITTLE FALLS,. _MTNTf. tjrUNTY AUDITOR. Will «t.tend to eollrrtions, p«y txxes rftdeom land? from tax salfs, fco. in Mr Tifon HT»d ndjoinintr coKntie*. Offico Court HfMicf. Little Fulls, Morrison \-»iritT. Minnesota. •jr •XT T»T CTrir"^T'r*,,,r* REGISTER OF DEEDS, MITRHTPOJ? COUNTY, ML'vN. •Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Pay Tuxes. Has Land? for sn'e. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN I WW HOIDR, Clerk of the District Court, fcventh Jurticinl Patriot. MOR...

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. — 16 November 1883

W. M. FOLLER, Puubliaher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA PITH OF THE NEWS. Wasningnon jsews Notes. The November report of thejdepartment of agriculture shows that trie product was close to 1,600,000 000 bushels. The average yield par acre ap.J6.-iM to ba 23.1bashels, li bushels lower than the yield ef 1332. This gives a result pra fcically identical with that of October, or the average fepor ed in July. The exact figures would be 1,557,W0.0(0 bnshule. In the revision of the seas^o's re tarns this r«-eu!t will not be materially changed. T'*** product will, therefore, be about 40,000,000 bushels short of ttie previ­ ous crop, notwithstanding the increase in area. The ootato crop is large, amounting to about 175 000.000 bushels. It is understood that Secretary Lincoln ha3 prepared a review of the facts in regard to the failore of the Greeley relief expedi tion, in wlrch h« criticises some what severe­ ly the instructions of 3eu. flazen. Gen. Hazea has also prepared a review of the facts, in w...

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. — 16 November 1883

S) A ^E.V UIUD. 01\ wild W.IVP wanderer, Prvi:i-cs endt?rar, Haunter ot he.tvn and searcher of soaa, scorner, thunder born. Through clouds asunder toru, Thou ii )i fur wonder burn, Jleadles* L»f hurr.T. with sick '.'-like ease Cn.'lcHt tliv sileti. sWurii'., Fit-roe, unafraid, "Whon tilt* tierco-Quivering lightaiog-atiBg, shiver­ ing, Darts to flu- dark earth 'ihe snake ot its b^ade. Polar snows snow on thee, Tropic winds blow on thee. Tempest an.) terror are stung irith delight Ocean's broad billows To thee are tby pillows, Vast hollowed heaven tby chamber at night Sunrise and moon rise and wildering waters, Midnight's pale shadows the cloud's silver daiighr.org, 411 jfw« upon thee and envy thy flisrht: Freedom itself in its perilous ight Ories be is mine In his mien and hia might! JfcltKY'c MuKTGAGrE. Mrs. Deane put t!e finishing touches to her *lfctoptitig li.'tio supper tabVt (set for three), tusked Cissy's napkiu around h-r ueck, and lifted her into her hi^U chair, then stepped...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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