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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 25 January 1884

'vt- iv jM l# :f *'iK njU, hr» 'i:!, ", A !i\ $ .1 'l $'d¥: fv. e#? LITTLE FfttC IVIE3^TS3 «fct: 4 ££tfx. tgS-. Aii Kiiiw bt r«*' .[eat?, 3.»vw»#es» Hams'.. %*fd, ftiv! WvtyWitn# iii uuily Mpt in a first cUisu itieui market,' cbii*fa»it1y on baud. r^TU-lfe' FALI^B. MiKS Wo Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the 'HIGBIEST CilSII PRICES For the same. in your BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C,' And get your cash every time. We want to see you.' d. P. SMITH Sl CO. M\l| KM n*jh£\ ff" as'® ha CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Ready-made Clothin J.W.BERG DEALER IN- 'HEAVY '& SHELF HARD WARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools. MPROVED HOWESCALES 8 as IM O J.- Building Paper, Glass, Putty. Lime, •Cement, Plaster of Paris, Phistcdng Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron. Ware made'to order. Repairing p'omptlyMov.e. T-£I3E3 CITY MEAT MARKET Has been.r-eopeced by JOHN B. LAtONj3 Who now keep a flneJcaod Beef,' Pork, Vcsa...

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. — 25 January 1884

a ..-WsSrr- •. Prospects fot a MH1. As 9tate$ iiitkeBe eoluinng last week thera is a feeling at^png the bu^i ««S3 mm of town, that a £our mill Hs .chttirman and A. F. Storev secretary. roara of St. Paul had received from the Hudson (Wis.) Boiler Mill company *'11 inquiring abont a «oi:ablt location foV by the different localities. Mr. Jtc-! Samara sent the letter to Mayor Med- Ted, and suggested that the people of Little Falls take some means to the people he-re offer a site for the mill ne.tr the railroad tcack. The Roi- rv farming country and from the Little Falls & Dakota territory. A committee men m'ust be active if they secure this industry. Dissolution of PartnersMp. ON AT AN 8 il MON 8, J. R. STEKL.E. A CABD. To my Customer and the Trade: Haviii«i hxritglA out the interest of my partner, Mr. R.Steele, I shall con­ tinue the business at the old st:md-of Simmons & Steele. Feeling grateful for the liber»l patronage I have ?eceived in th«past,-I hope by fair dealing to me...

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. — 25 January 1884

ters W'\ 4. tl •A I 44 li of the Prlttcess Alice. Thereeent Jy published "Memoirs of the Gwuid Duchess" include many let­ written by and to the laid Princess Alice daughter of Queen Victoria who married GTand Duke Louis of Hesse, li&e letters of the princess reveal her in 4 Atnfafble light. In one to her Another she quotes from 'Shakespeare the voids, "Uneasy lies the bead that wdars a crown," and adds "I thank Qod oiy husband has none. Every day Itfrank the Almighty for our peaceful, bom*Iike life, in A sphere where we can do BO tals •AJ& much good to our fellow mor­ without having to mix in those hateful politics." Other epistles to the queen are couched in the tenderest and most unaffected terms, showing that be­ tween the royal mother, sovereign of one of the mightiest nations on earth, and her daughter, there was an affec­ tion as pure and simple us that which glorifies and makes blessed the hum­ blest home. The lett rs written soon -after the death of Princess Alice's ...

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. — 25 January 1884

A SWEET VIOLET. When the school trustees of the town of Cornalbin received from NewYork an application signed "Violet Mathisen/ for the position of head teacher. «f the town school's intermediate department, which had been advertised as vacant, they formerly replied by post that: the applicant conld appear before the board at a specified time, if she coaid do so at her own expense. But the trustees wrote, further, that it was only fair to Miss Mathisen to inform her that there were sixty applicants for the position, some of them being well and favorably known at Cornalbin, and that the adver­ tisement had not been published be­ cause the board lacked material from which to select, but merely in accord­ ance with one of the by-laws governing the board. Yet Miss Violet Mathisen went from New York to Cornalbin and .within five minutes of her trembling entrance into the presence of the board, her success was assured. As she had travelled 200 miles to present herBelf for examination, eac...

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. — 25 January 1884

p!7^*k Xt^': at: of the Pitrt^^pher'fr Eesmro93.i row fhen, sir, ''said te sitting ar* tist of a phtrtt^aph/pfcllory, forcing ^kepp' tlife he&d aj^at sof fritli tfre efhin iiX)? ttnd just try and sialic,. wi!t yottf" •'•. He Palled the Oordi The elevator-boy slid open the door and a gray cat. walked demurely in, sprang upon the seat, and began lick imr her paws until two floors had been passed, when she uttered another cry and sprang down before, the doorway. Tne car stopped, the door was opened, and Tabby passed out. "Is she'a regular passenger?" was asked. "Is she?'' said the elevator-boy. "Of course she is. She lives the build­ ing. she does. She never walks up or down stairs 'cept on* Sunday, when the elevator aint running. If it's evening she uses th« back elerator."^ "Where Is she going now kShevs :-:. Tfiu repfiStef attempta'}' ti mni *ev -but »!!nvt see IV by lie shwdd hold up his ^fciw.fo h#g hL" ^'^lir.t 1j to pi'i'verit a. «b*np shadow fhrttef tins' iotver jaw. You tf...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 February 1884

fir" TOL. .8- PROFESSIONAL CARBS. LiCffal. MaUfeo'' J5.. Hi Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, MIXN. A. F/HTOUET. D. T. OAI.IIOrN. STGREYL& CAliHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW OfltCf aulie Court Hulls*. LITTLK FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Coimsellorat Law. Agent for-the Ajneriean Agency & Collection Co. ^^iiiTrtt!«JlS'*ea1 a«itt'JMi KWi»*? on i»iue. Also has large amotlntoi clii-iue land and town lots lor sale. fir LiTTLK FA! L-. MfNN »J it •s. P. FU LLER, lustice of the Peace. LTTTLR FALLS, MINN. COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attond to pollutions, pay tHxofi, redeem lands from tax sales, &e. in Mor­ rison and adjoininc counties. Office at Gnurt Bonne, Littlp. Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota. rrwAtT "fa*?***.' REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOHRTPOX OOUKTY, MTN$. Will furnish Abstracts of litle. fflty tn'X'ea. rHas1/inds for Salo. OFFICE AT COUKT HOUSE, "LITTLE FALLS. MINN IIOl'DF, Clerk of the District Court. Feventh Judicial District. MQRRTSON COUNTY, MTNN, £&• Fritrios of floYreBTiw...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 February 1884

-r—f: ,, ,, W. JL FULLER, Puublisber LITTLE FALLS, Presidential electioneering work at Washington is daily exhibited to the public in the vast number of campaign iies early hatched and flying through the air. Some of them are mildly called "canards" and become partially discred­ ited, while the majority are calculated for summer use in the rural districts. Unsuspecting readers will be astonished to learn that a lot of unprincipled Bo­ hemians are already employed and at work in the coming campaign currency for one side or the other, and that this business is tolerated by men who as­ sume to be respected. The fire insurance people had a hard time of it last year on account of the vast losses by fire—but the life insurance interest, not only escaped trouble, but actually was more successful than in any year of its previous history. There were not only no failures among the legitimate old-line companies last year, but business with nearly all of them was considerably iu excess of 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. — 1 February 1884

bljfciWf JsOiNG. Hush the hotnelcsa baby's crying, Taader Sleep! Every folded violet May the outer storm forget Those wet Hds with kisses drying, Through them creepl Soothe the soul that lie3 thought-weary, Murmurous Sleep! Like a bidden brcoklaL'a song, Rippling gorgeous woods among, Tinkling down the mountains dreary, Wfcite and steep. Breathe thy balm upon the lonely, Gentle Sieept As the twilight breezes bless With sweet scents the wilderness, Ah, let warm white dove-wings only Bound them sweep! O'er the aged pour thy blessing, Holy Sleep! Like a soft and ripening rain Falling oh the yeliow ain, "•'or the glare of suns oppressing, Pitying weef! O'er thy still se&a met together Charmed Sleep! Hear them swell a drowsy hymning, S.vans to ailvery rausic swimming, Floating with unroffied feather O'er the deep! —Lucy Lareom. ANECDOTES OF T1IE WAS. interesting Recollections of Scott, I«ee, Lincoln and Scant on. From die Cincinnati Co.rmi rcial Gazette. Ex-Adjutant Gen. E. D. Townse...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 February 1884

i|ir ... J.. i'.- jt(. AT A. °n? :~i now 8j|. AII KIJIOS wi r«»Wi Meats, Sftviij6|ies, Hams, licct, and verifying iw ualljrWpt in a firrt ?lass meat mark«tr constantly on hand. LITTLE IALIJ, MIX NF. WeBuy all Km4s of Dressed Meats and FarmProduee And Pay the For the sajne. in your BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & GO. TANNERS CHEAP GASH STORE Boots & Shoes/ Beady-made Clothing J:W. BERG, -DEALER IN— HEAVYj[& SHELF HARDWARE, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, PROVED HOWE SOA.L uildintj Paper, "GIimSJ "Batty Linie, Ceinent, Plister of Paris, Plastering Hair, 1$0N, STEEL and COAL, Ti8,(Jpyj$fcr antf&heellron Ware made to owl en Repairing prom^tly^dooe. GITY MEAT MARKET JIa4 been reopened by I JOHN B. LAFOND •!.c^fifM.. tfotoJsJh, 4..S, well selected, stock of •m 4s, STAPLE & FANCY AKD A FULL LINE OF FRUITS, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 8^" Best stock of Ci»ars in town. Choicest brand# of Tob...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 February 1884

Ifck, v« fler. 0. 0. Rundell is now generally jr^gnrihrfl #fnw pf he *ble.4 -pi eaclt^hi ever «U viewed at LHtle Fallf-yaml iw« rfr'.,,Vd—^Ws 1,l" bus just mrA "ml T(,v ,,H' He $toJe a Hons A. Kelly and received part pay for, it, ami! that he tore 4iu^sc a few Uy 'that John Masters was but slightly In-! '3£ volved in the difficulty arid he \v-s Wanted, t)9 jfrlttii Till spring at the Vnaaly IIouuv «}ucRon -frotn §2 to f-l.")0 per dav jfood square meal f«r 25 cents, satisfaction guaranteed or KO pay. A 'CAnX). To my'Oastomer^ and the Trade: Having hought out 'ulie inleresl of my •partner, MT. J. IL .Steele, I sh.-ill con liii-ue the business at the old t»t:in! of Simmons fc Steele. Fe«lin^' L'-r.-tteful lor Iho liberal patronage I have ?eecivrd in Jin»pnst, I ihope hyifair deuk'ng \n merit a eontiawsuce of the s.une it) the future. Kespcet fully. •1. Srmroxs. BtiUiouwy ami-Im rk.- ot }di kir.dy at TUTTI.K CuukCMxr.t/*. losenh Ho'hlitz's Urewtng C'o.'s Expor ytHvaukee LagrrJieor for R...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 February 1884

Tilings In General, Germany discovers the fact that tradesmen, manufacturers and tavern or restaurant keepers are the most usual matrimonial candidates. Both sexes ak most about money, next about intelli­ gence, and least aoout religious belief. An oleander at Spaaish Town, Fla., eoyers a space of ground 36 feet in diam­ eter. It is divided into 20 or 25 sepa­ rate sterns, the longest of whiah ia 25 feet high. The group is at least five feet Through and one single stem is 14 inches thick. The Philadelphia Bulletin mates this frank admission: "Newspapers can make and unmake presidents, they can overturn corruption, they can forward great enterprises, but they are helpless to convince a single woman that decol­ lete dresses, or high-heeled shoes,, or wasp-waists are ruinous to health and deleterious to morals." It ia but fair to explain that the Buhetin. ia using the term, "a single woman," does not ex­ cept married women. A New York correspondent writes: "An inquiry at tho Christian ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 February 1884

mmm to 1 WasnlncrWa Nexru Notes. The long-threaten«d retii«mant of John P. New from the office of assistant treasurer finally announced. as a fact. Mr. New appears to have packed up his belongings, left his resignation to be presented to the president on his return from New York, snd qniatfy stolen away to Indianapolis. He is aaid tc hava been moved thereto by the press ore of private business. Mr. Wakefield has introduced in congress a joint resolution fixing the h«ad of nav­ igation of the Minnesota river in the state of Minnesota. It fixes the head of nav­ igation at a point on that river where the range line between ranges S3 and 34 west of the fitth principal meridian crosses the river, said rauge line being the eastern bound dary of Bed wood county. The financ* commi tee of the senate has refused to approve Mr.. Sherman's, bill to establish a ba*is of basking and also of Mr. McPherson's which: provides an issue of cir­ culation equal to the lace of any govern* men*. The house ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 1 February 1884

111 Mr1 When first honwrmi the fctate of Florida with my presence some twulve years ago, tf/e"m^ ro was a constant source of arauHcmcnt to in\ say* "writer in The Detroit Free Pret&. His. ways were so..different.. his action^ so childlike and blaud, his klea of freedom so extraordinary, his -ignorance so grotesque muV appai'lrfig, -that It "V.ns Better than ft Circrisr to watch liictr ifi his goings to and fro. ."f reedora made a striking: revolution in the colored' race socially they trjetl at ohce to drop all their former Vatdi^ord* of famili­ arity, and adopted the most eJetnitagant and elaborate form* of eotirtvsy. Amonj themselves it v4atf' "lady" and "gentli'men," "Mr." and and alt the ceremonies and ^emrtle^iona ill use among the former slaVeholding aristocracy were at once adopted as their own, without any regard to the eternal l^tness of things:- I was .riding through the streets of Tallahassee one beftutifttl morning with- efc-U lifted ~£t&r.e&'Stin atot Conove...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 February 1884

•i :K-.*V *:.v ,• vol, 8- JPROFl'SSIONAL (URDS. Lea JiK isfli. FA 11X11 AM" Attorney at Law, LITTJ.K FALLS, MINN l. ff 8TOUEY. D.T.CAUlOtK STOREY & rAl.HOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Oftiff i»« »h-: C.uU Mouse. 5,1 n'ljS: KALI sv MINN. ~N. RICHA.EDSON, Attorney ami Counsellor.at Lav/ A$®ntVir Ji tUVi oillTtion Co. DUM II. I ttit .nd U.is A in am taud en«l .o.'- i. t»T 1'' I.HTI.i. VAI 1. MINN. a*r==r S. P. FI LLER. Justice o! the Peace. ITT! O.I.*. VTNK. Ofli •''»»!. DTI.ACH ANCK COUNTY ATJDITOE. YV v, to o.-iHofVons. pay taxe* r%iV '*nd« tram tax -dp?. &«*• in^Mor- r?*M nd»fir»:.ni: c«.'untio«. (Mtioe nl a.n«r l.i'llf FfdU, Morrleor ourt »•. Minnesota. T^"K*t «ycf*"V" REGISTER OF TVEF.DS, Mov.wsoN cornit, minn. Wi'if'rr" Ahp'rncts of Tit'.e. F« I ttX''s H*s ?«1P OM'I«'K AT COUK1 ITOl'SK. LfTTI.K 1" AJ.i.?, LEOTHnOlMS. C"e-k of -the district Court. FfveDth Judicial Pietriet. MOUKI^ON COt NTT, MINN, i«-TV •••ic« of Hn»»rs:«*'i8. ti'iivj Ki Tin I Pron MidanyorV: 1 '^*1 I mid bl sincsf...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 February 1884

pittt* ,f alls Itmwmpt W. M. FULLER, Puubliahw. LI1TLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. zl 1 Eussia has been induced to promise protection to the Jews by the frowning of the Rothschilds on aBwsian loan until euch a promise was given. London has doubled its population in forty-one years. At the beginning of the present century out of every nine inhabitants of England and Wales, one only lived in London. Now the propor­ tion has risen to one out of seven. Mfontana is holding a convention with A view of applying for admission as a .state, but it is not believed that Mon­ tana stands any better chance than Da­ kota, for some time to come, and the prospects of Dakota's admission are not good at present. It is estimated that the United States Senate is the wealthiest deliberative body In the world, the seventy-six members, •of that pody representing $180,000. Tb^a «q»3 be aa exaggeration, but the fact 3^. mains thmt money, and a eood deal of/ it, as sometimes required to obtain a Be at in 'that bo4v. Th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 February 1884

0mm A BURGLAR'S GHAT. Xf*e fetaterprislng Housebreaker and .,' Hla Victims—Side Lights ou a Dark A*t," Fiom ths Boston Herald. "Nwm kiH man save in self defense vet caught rather than drop a man," was the plrudent motto of celebrated cracks wan* **It ia only the tyro of the bung­ ler who flourishes revolvers and quickly appealr to tira bludgeon." '(What is the prime quality in your business?" "Nerve—nothing else." "What ia the best method?" "Boldness. Many a job have I done right before the eyes of the people done It as though it was the regular thing and I waa just where I ought to be. I have had my pal taking things out of a house when a couple of cops were walking by, and stood #ith a pencil in my hand keeping tally of the things. They thought itwasall'right, as I looked rightat them. I iftll you a fellow wants to keep perfect ljrcool and know what he is doing and what he is going to do every time. "The right kind of men are somehow lacking. Tbey are either too timid or tqo&o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 February 1884

'•'3' T" A 1 Wlio aojr keep I LITTLE FALLS We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and FarmProduce And Pay the HIC^HBST CASH PHICBS For the same. Bring in your BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. d. P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, •fMM Htth *£. AU Uuua ot JL-'rodi. Meats, Sausages, Kami Lard, *nd ererytiiing u« aally kept in a first claw meat market, constantly on hand. LITTLE FALLS, MINN- Ready-made Clothing W.J. BERG, —DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, mproyed howesoal "J2 Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper anJ Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. CITY MEAT MARKET HAS been reopened by JOHN B. LAFOND fine .and well selected stock of cfc VBGBTABLES Veal, Mutton, Hams, Poultry, Fish, Etc., Etc. lilgiltst Cask PrtoPiM fwBtftar, E||s, aid Vegetable* ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 February 1884

,1 I. ••J •el $ .{)• 1 jSESE g€%av:{ fTb« lor- the brMfe tap pot -y»t w 4tofc.i^'««Mc i« *1 it nSrirfVe«» it1® daily^ the Km§p*nwhl he rompletel.' ..... a ... I,^.t,*-.irnT«*»••:• A fevdufs ago one of urmerchaik tbited (hat the people of M«wr5wtt» coun­ ty, ouislcle ofXutte Fills, irel^ »iw ow­ ing the Inwinefcs men of thift place $150,' •too, and the estimate waa cOntidered low by another merchant wifb trbum he vrfc* talking. On Wednesday night both the freight and pawenger trains on the Little Ftlla & Dakota *ere delayed on account of snow on the track. Neither train reached its destination that night Yes­ terday the train from MovrU was aboiit two hoars la?'-. No news ulxiut the flour mill, and our citizens may as well make up their winds to build one with home capital. LATKR.—A. letter was received by Mayor JHedved today from F. McNa wara, of St. Paul, stating that Mr. No­ bles, the representative of the Roller Mili company, desired him, Mr. M., to immediately visit Little F...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 February 1884

$ t/i I vr %iiii t4 $ .THE LAWYER'S SECEET. "It was in a luxuriously furhished room where a glowing grate threw gen­ ial light and warmth apod the occupants thatGeneral Langton, lawyer and mil­ lionaire, listening with, bated breath and pallid cheeks to a low and melodious voice that told the story oflife. The speaker, ar beautiful woman of about thirty, yet ten years younger than Mr. Langton, reclined in a low cush­ ioned chair, her attitude both speaking of the ease wealth gives, but her face was full of the deepest anguish as her lips recounted the story. "You love me," she said gently, yet eadly, "and I love you as I never loved any one before, although I am a widow. That you know, but did not know my husband's name. By my uncle's last re­ quest I dropped it and took his with the property he had left. me. Do not look at me tenderly, Gerald, do not shake any voice or my heart, for when you know who I am you will not repeat the offer ycu made me, and which heaven is my witness I 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. — 8 February 1884

HELD AND HOUSEHOLD. Farming Notes* Mrs. Hayes' poultry yard at Fremont is said to be the best in Ohio. The abolition by the Patrons of Hus­ bandry of "Grange No. 38," of Boston, with-which the Commissioner of Agri­ culture was connected, ia characterized by The Maine Farmer ae "a triumph of principle." Mr. Robert Btarch, Fairport, N. Y., buys manure largely, we learn from The Midland Farmer keeps three assistants cujilvates on the extensive system, and gets an ave age annual return of $6,400 from his twenty-seven acres, mostly de­ voted to cabbage and onions. A correspondent of The American Stockman thinks very well indeed of the pretty jersey 3 but suspects that the elite are rathe: overdoing the boom to the injury of the breed, and suggests that the following course may become de­ sirable. "If thinga go on in this direction, gathering volume as they go, it will be a question if it would not pay Jeroey breeders who understand their business, to buy all the Jersey stock of the insur...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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