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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 8 February 1884

ft 1 -J•o'aa^ii rn Two Mob ofjMogae, A low time ajjo, tlure lived In CoJoRne, ©tto TOO Ililler unrt Hupert Van Tone And Otto wrote,l'atjiee, Bill'Rupert made tables— "•^Thf ve coat tat lee iliot ever were known I t?o 3aJil every ee^jBltxe frau Hi O-lofcno'. AFriend Rupert," wild Otto von HHler,.oner tlKV, *CcW« toll me (he wondc rful ivt •,*. pfrajy. Why H'.on en jou Wh« ii really yen n* vi-r J'TOfessed to have very turn teaming, yon know, And I-wi.-a, in trathr rtwvmafcfrtrror lirtwl "I *ra master*of fcafih, T'i» ¥*M«u» «ri Greafc*. Both Freut'h and Itiillnu UUi*ntty &)te*K 1 could talJtf4yih« j»ai" Of our ratiw'sMMr .' .. 'Tot sotne one !«w j»u'.-d—to J»la PIIUJX)^ Be i» known— 4. That I am the ntutndc^riii«i« in Cologne*. J?aid Rupert Van *£orto "If you'll proraipc to try it, I'll tell ou-tt©'ftefcifctv~l't« Hiller: learned ttkevj' quiet." "Jhit I 've so m.uert lo My, '1''wont Ppoi. inn d^y \Vbo lets Ms tongao rurv ii*c a vibrating1 gtaude very small cbar.au of boins called ©...

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. — 15 February 1884

V? YOL 8- PROFESSIONAJj CARDS. I-egfal. IS. H.FABliMLM~ Attorney at Law, LITTLE FALLS, .... MLNN. A.F. STOREY. X. T. CALHOUN. STOREY ft CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW* Oilier at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agentjfor the American Agency & Collection Co. Unys and st11s mil e-t ite. and loans money onumie. Ak-o ln A s. lar^e (UnoiUH ol eliaics land and to'.vn lot Cur jalc. 1 t*! i.. I I,-, SIIKV ,5 mticiit I. P. FULLER, Justice of the Peace. LTTTT.K FALLS, MTNN'. O ill cinl. J. D. LACHANCP, COUNTY AUDITOR. W ill attend to collections, pay taxes, "redeem lands from tux snips, «fce. in Mor ri-or mid adjoining enmities. Office at fVmrt (Tn.«e. Little Falls, Morrison Comity. Minnesota: REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOT:KI*O: COVNTY, MINT*. Will Ciirnbh Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. 5-1 ii J.R.ii'1^ for »I* Fir-iC AT COURT HOUSE, LTTTLK FALLS. MINN ~~IfOUDE, Clerk of the District Court. ?"vnit'' .Tu•!ieiJI 1 THstriet. M0!T'L0\ COT'NTY, MINX, r„ri...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 February 1884

•*•***.•- ,r I 4-»- e*T Xitfle JaUstti-iinsnipt w. M. Hi' PiUiblisbet. FA I V: :UINN!-.S()TA. t. .1:0 iV.*r.S ii:i' rr ,f us. a :,d- lh v. as v?l," I V! id r. :,y.-r :j.l !"», 1e rmlif 'I f-- !. touching rf 1 Oilil 'ill (-5 applii-uti''Ti a- misfortune:'. harnV-r wa.s a a-? an *l stance, itrg sy.npath. ti r.an, instead of to do th iig.-. in •*.« "Tor'.d and 1 in a r.ew-pr .a.gtrv-'- perf Ts:. ar tiiif a tjiat P',,•* -Nf or. .i- a nt'ie .ae viiiiij hire in the .ro.%'1 a-id s-- -Ip ofob do*-- !.••* t' ••..-it»: :d V. "l.-n.-i. mo t-tf» 1 ho -»r.- 11 1 IS L (4 1 A- V- THE PITH OF THE SEWS. Washlngrtou Gossip. Gordon Cole is mildly fax-ored by 3iiwi£« congressmen for the JScCrary ahof/s. S -nator Morgan introduced bill providing :or the jndi ial settlement of land errant feiMire hums. I'ilkijjgton fc Co., St Paul Agricultural in. •ro--»t ^-alers, u«fu-i the failure flag to the '•••.«• of J7VGI, witii ample I'Anetn. S"i:a!"r Subin dined the Minnesotadelegation tho river convention and to...

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. — 15 February 1884

Wo tl:.* ITV iW «*w.s Tl*.!.. 4 THE FARM AS1 HOUSEHOLD A:ri»«UoMl wouU r.v.a to os". ^0 hew .Mr^ oxtrenu* truth that of wo.nc-n is due totne Kiuitv run oh prH"tu» n£ No 4 foot hi to a So .v n':uhv .'4 «'-v ofov tho corn. fcv uunloiidAi'jW* ^5 .^rk'tt.uira'. v- rxvu v-^ of franco tition from ,h-• :.*r !.4d fa^m^rs there jfi".v":cus o'* ewrv rm-sus condensing :h,-r il" aro^rtvvs in 3 SSU lhj»5 a re\i v?.i a into ^ic ibla forms os -t. There is continual i-m- of uso?art, and it verv perceptible retvrtvi in railway ':i« m?u -crap books, tura! matter niaci/.ines. _:.? to k.v ir. :iT» rs h-v.v.ty and val rt'f"futv. They ?v »»n w: ues: re to recuru any pi«v v.irs 1: PIlU': e, or uivMI 8* I a flour, mould a k' f- a ers a- th«* ^r. s. It .£* *a«! after it iec©v:es #:irp*ss--vl. so fir a* .--i. 1 endires IZT r--- a v.irietv vt-t n.eadoa I -r the Cook. "j T\ ,-r «r.M *:r.i cr he rk •kver lo'i*. r.r 3i\^wn. ret.hecrac! r.nnofpork i-a inc soon, ju?t lefore ar.d doiu- r.i.»j^ten tne skin all -i li...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 February 1884

11 LITTLE FALLS Dry Goods, All tinds ot Fresh jleats, Sausages, Hams, Lard, *IK! everything vw ually kept in fiwt elass meat market, constantly on hand. LITTLE FALLS, MTNN. We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm^voduce And Pay the HIGHEST OASIX PRICES Bring in your For the same. BEEF, PORK, YEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash, every We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & GO. AT A. TANER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes, Ready-made Clothing W.d BERG —DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARD WARD, ATI kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, MPEOVED HOW E SCAL j± 18 Paper, Glass, Patty, Lime, Cemenf, Pkstef of Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Wan* made to order. Repairing promptly'flow. MEAT Has been reopened by 4 MARKET ft fine and well selected stocK of Veal, Mutton, Hams, Poal&y, is E E ,5#"» C^eH Pric«P^ffr4« kltufs. *A&L. -m JAMES STUART. DKALEP. IN STAPLE & FANCY AND A FULL LIKE OF FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 February 1884

'-.-13: ^gyiViiWfii 17 \*»r%» *v Jr 2^4" Mv^ 'Si&fec' Bad Kcws. J, B.Hoijle, general agent for A., J. 'jBgwyjpri the Dnluth wheat buyer, was In town on WediKisday and said tout it Was probable that Mr. Sawyer would Millers'association. ,and prices given by Sawyer'a agents, they were few and miid compared with the protests that arc heard irx the territory whfire Minneapolis parties control the grades and prices. He able securing where ITouie of five rooms to rent at $6 per tnonth. Inquire of TUTTJ-E& A new brand of wimVt j, pure Ken tucky Snow Flake, at SIMIANDEI/S. Saloon for Sale. OATS WANTED! t% The Or A. w*" keld at Vasaly Hall. -soon sell his wheat elevators to capi- to commence at 8 p. in. Supper pvo talist« connected with the Minneapolis vu1ed hY wll° of {that citv entire control of the busi- (-uniform. The G. A. R.'s with badges, nets on the Little Falls & Dakota and Committee on reception at camp fire Western railroads. While there have and hall are G. W. Boyce, ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 February 1884

A TRIUMPH OP LOVE. You must, Allie." "But, mother—" "Bat, my dear child, you need a holi­ day, and Lettie will expect you." "How can I leave you mother?" And Allie Wentworth knelt down by her mother's chair, and laid her head against the arm. Mrs. Wentwortli stroked the soft brown hair framing the delicate pale face, her eyes full of fondest love. "Foolish child! Do you expect to 1?© always so devoted to your old worn out mother?" she said, aqaiver in her voice. "Yes, indeed I do and you must not talk about being old and worn out. We will grow old together." Her mother smiled. "Well, but that need not prevent the holiday. Martha will take care of me. You must go, dear. I command you!" "Then 1 must obey," said Allie, a bright smile flashing over her face. She was not exactly a pretty girl but one who would be attractive and lovable throagh age as well as youth, for the loveliness of her nature. She had once cherished bright dreams of love and happy marriage, like other girls but two ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 February 1884

'fM A ir* k. Story of Women's Eights. $rom London Tempi* Bar. It was half past 12 before the dozen friends who had been dininj? with me left the house. The evening began with argument, which by degrees was relieved by light yet bitter banter. Some of the ladies began to make uje of those most expres­ sive words, "indeed, "Really," and "I must b&jV' or ''If you will allow me to Bay," etc. And I am a3hamed to confess that I myself—the host—became so an­ imated as to deire to prolong the dis­ cussion instead of putting an end to it before any extreme should be said on either siJe. Mv guests were my nearest relations —nephews, nieces and young cousins. One niece was the wife of a rising mem­ ber of parliament, a man supposed to bave a prosperous future before him. Another was one of the sweetest girls I ever met. One cousin was a sister of mercy, who had no hoine*ties left, and dedicated her life to God's poor. And the subject over vhich we grew lo eager was the "Rights of women." T...

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. — 15 February 1884

*v ig|rr r,f I v.-f s,'. v' 1-. i:0:} 'i--i rfv Traveling Spain. The real Spain is the least attractive cotintry in Kurope to tbe tomist. The traveler goes there to see certain uni­ que objects. He sees th« ro, enjoys them, is entranced by them, leaves them with regret ami a teuder memory, atod is glad to gat out of Spain. There ore six things to see: ihe Alhambra,. the Seville eaihe.lral and Alcazar, the Mosque of Cordova, Toledo aru.1 its ca­ thedral, the Gallery at Madrid, and Monserrat. 'JCbe re&t is mainly monot­ ony and -weariness. With the excep­ tion of the Alhambra, which has a spell that an idlo man finds hard to break, and where perhaps he could be content indefinitely. there i.j no place in Spain tiiat one can imagine he would like to live in,, for the pleasure of lim­ ine. Taking out certain historical features aud monuments, the towns re­ peat each other in their attractions and their disagreeables.. Every town and city in Italy hus its individual charac­ ter and 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. — 22 February 1884

jr :!K », ?5 sEr'Sl:' llll l", .#*-*$ Vi^?„ 4?t, r- S PBOWSfONAL CARDS. Lea'al. m. H.FAB3SMW, Attorney at Law, XJTTLE FALLS, MINN. A.F. STOKKY. 7}. T.'CALHOUN. STOREY & CAUiOUN, -ATTORNEYS AT LAW Cilice at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINX. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor, at Law. Agent'fur the American Agency fc Collection Co. Buys and sells real estate, awi loiir.s inomy «*«auie. Also.hns a Jitrt owouiit Oi choice laud and town lots for sale. MTT1 FALL MINN. .1 K. P. FU LLER, Justice of tlie Peace. LTTTT.E FALLS, MINN. Oflioial. J. D. LACHANCF., COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to collections, pay taxes, r«decm lands from tax sains, &c. in Mor !*iaon and adjoining counties. Office at Court H«uee, Little Falls, Morrison '^County, Minnoaota. I/V1** A1VT srriyirc%r*. REGISTER OF WEEDS, MORRISON .COUNTY, MINN. •Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. ?Hwi Lands for Sale. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, A. MINN: lliOiS II0U15I, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh...

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. — 22 February 1884

•m W. M. FDLLEE, Puubli8her. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. More than 4,500 bills, mostly of pri­ vate nature have been introduced into the house. Less than 200 have been acted on by committees and xepoi'ted to fch© house. The fate of a vast majority can be easily guessed. They will-go to the tomb, unwept, unhonored and un •sung. The shame of so much btincombe business rests upon representatives and their gullible constituents. I The terrible floods no ^devastating the river valleys below, /are attributed •in a great measure tQ^uitiu^ down the forests adjacent to th^-river banks. There is no ^difference of opinion on this point. Harl a reasonable area of forests been allowed to remain all the snow of a winter would not have been melted by a few rainy or sunny days and precipitated into a common reser­ voir insufficient to-retain it within its 'banks. The value of imports of silk'goods in 1883 was $32,305,236, ofwhich$18,140, 227 was during the last half of the year under the new tariff, 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. — 22 February 1884

MKSiSOTA RAUR01DS. Commissioner Baker's Annual Be port—Summary of the Document. The annual report of Gen. James H. Baker, Bailroad Commissioner, to the Governor of the BUte has josi been issued from the press. It embraces a great deal of mattor of special in­ terest to certain classes of readers, but to the general public a synopsis will be more satisfac­ tory than extended extracts. The report, enters much less exhaustively than ite predecessor into tho discuHeion of the certain phases of the railroad problem, the re­ lation between the companies and the state, and the questions at iasne between some portions of the community and the corporations. On those wider subjects of consolidation, discrim­ ination, pooling, and the establishment of effi­ cient control by state authorities, tho commis­ sioner contents himself with a reference to the tim eneral conclusions reached and advanced by a year ago. The Inequality and injustice of the present practice in grading passes under reviuw, ...

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. — 22 February 1884

i?'\ 3HB '•"?^^,i'Ji? C.'^.^ .H Dry Goods, *-•$£' a! i$-' ••.' ...• •%"•.?.- We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and FarnL Produce And Pay the MIOHSiaT CASH PRICES For the same. Bring in your BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON* EGGS, UTTER &C And get your cash every time. We want to see you. d. P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TANER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes, -'j ijj},' All kinds or Prjwh eali.. g*Bsag#», Hams, tari,.and everything us- ruklly a krpt in first class meat merjiet, constantly on hand. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. Beady-made Clothing W.J. BERG, —DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARD WARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, IMPROVED HOWE SO-A.LJSS SK&H9 P.ipsr, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cement,'Plaster of Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. CITY MEAT MARKET Hu been reopened fey JOHN B. LAFOKD now kwp a flue and well selected-stock «f jBeef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Hams, Boulfcj Fish, Ete., Etc. hast C»h WiM...

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. — 22 February 1884

It AgirlCBltr»iral dc1y. A. special meeting of the stockhold­ ers fcf the Motriaon county agricultur­ al BOC iety vas 1 eld atthe secretary's ^office. JPreaent, R. Neill, Wra. Butler, ft. B.Tuttie. O. A. "Churchill, John Jenny, A. K. Hall a'nd J. II. Rhodes, Vice Pwwtout Neill vtrtleil the meet' The following bills and premiums •wore allowed: Thomas McDougall $ 00 Darcte* Campbell 2 50 Mrs. John Denny 2 00 'Stephen Muncey... 10 00 Moses Lafond 2 25 •Little Falls Pnblihhing company 6 -0 L. J. Wright 2 75 Richard-Ittfeill 3S 50: 'S. F. Staples '25 00 J. H. Rhodes 45 00 John Danny 25 00 I. E. Staples 67 25 Excelsior band 50 00 •Biehard Bros iJ 00 J£. H. Farnham 25 00 -A. K. Hall. :.. 42 00 JSorth Prairie L. & I, bas The North Prturie,. Feb. 18,1881, merices M. Keller, J. J. Trettle. Subject of de­ bate: "Resolved. That the pen is mightior than the sword." Judges of 'debate were: Jacob Weible, Jr., Jacob Rieder and Nicolaus BurgratT. Nega­ tive side won. Program for n'sxt de­ bate—S...

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. — 22 February 1884

Ml UY aStooellaaeons Vews VotM, The EmarHon, Mm, custom houaq is $9,000 short. Kentucky negroes own $3,380,400 worth of property. Btovemaktag foil oft 14 per cent last yoar ia this country. A BayOHy, Mich., factory mtkea 2,400trash boards daily. Dr. Marshall,-Mary 1 Anlorsoii1B bl*okmailor,i was acquitted The Ohio legislature appropriated 0300,OOCj for flood relief. I/8ttere Beut by a courier from Coor d'Aloud cost 50 cents eacll The first etatn election of tho year will bo that of Qregon June 2. A Boston man has portraits of his family paintod on Ids china. N. T. Bullock, Dallas, Ga., has lost throe daughters by elopement this winter. Tho house In which Gen. Grant was born, at Point Pleasant, Ohio, was taken off in tho flood At New York, Goorge Parsons, toy dealer, has assigned Liabilities, $30,000 assets, $20, 000. Solomon Isaacs and Jacob Samuels, clothing, New York, give liabilities as $51,000 actual as Hcta, $iy,()0a Edward rilf-l)ury"fi Sons, cotton commission merchants. New O...

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. — 22 February 1884

PROCEEDINGS OF C086SESS. Monday, February 11. Senate.—Soon after tho senate met this morning, Pendleton of Ohio arose to perform tho saddest a.nd one of tho moat heroic acta of his life, and that vraa to present the credentials of his successor, Honry B. Payne, recently elected to Mr. Pendleton's seat by the Ohio leg­ islature. He did it ivtkout flniching. Bills wore introduced for a survey of passes between the affluents of tho upper Mississippi and Columbia rivora to ascertain the distance between tho navigable waters of thowo rivora authorizing a foot and carriage or railroad bridge across the- river at St. Paul (Mr. McMil­ lan) authorizing tbo Mississippi river commis­ sion to appropriate land and material ropuired for Ita Tvork. Tie bill passed securing to Amer­ ican inventors the full term of seventeen years for their patonta in cases where foreign patents expire before that time, Tho senate voted to recede from its amendment to the Greely relief expedition bill. The resolutio...

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. — 22 February 1884

rp« PS®' teft* W^:U. m- M-1 it® §Bl We: :w- •.i Ift' •^yvX-' '[T :lh-• W"$t. yify )ry -1 1 vf :1^- y*'- 1*v, |p5:1 /f 'k V, 'vttf- &r-r ff BIRTHDAY.: 'v& Lots Story TM is a Little Out of th® -:ii' v. ,-..--. iOfewal Channel. V, We, Mother Rav nor, Jaak, aiid I, "were sitting in our little 'sitting roofa, our best room, bait not parlor, foi* moth­ er would never oa.ll the little bo* of %, room by so digaftied a title, and for the hniulvcdth time- they were telling -ice what they fchewwf my life, ,v5fou sue fcirdte/V said pother, as I' had always catted her, •4'It wis a stormy »ight anil Jack hud been detained »it the store—he was ca.ih-boy at Oottoti Co*. 's sheu—but just as ho was run* rjng up t/he steps about 7, o'clock he meta womn harrying down them-. She brusluvtl by .without spenkiHir* iaml he, hi-n he reached the door, nlmost siuro led over a basket where ,k£es, vvou lay £i|i snugged up in-warm ti.mni'ld. Ah, but you we're a nice baby, my dear!'' "Pity my mother hadn't...

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. — 29 February 1884

MTTl.K A EMgaM iwtB^yi^Bwwwwiiwaii FROFtlSieSAL CARDS, L«mu 13. II. FA It II AM, Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN A. ». STOUHY. D. T.KMMOV*. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW* Office at the Court Home. LITTLE PALLS, MINN, N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent rcr the American Agency & Collection Co. Buy# and sell* real estate, and loan* money same. Also has a large amount «f cb»ice bm4 aud town lots lor tale. {.!•-. MTNN. J^lic4al 8. P. FU LLER, Justice of the Peace. LTTTT.E FALLS, MTNN. Offloiol. J.D LAC HAN CF., CCUSTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to collections, psy taxes, T«de«m Isndf from tax SHISB, &C. in Mor­ rison and adjwininc counties. Office at fourt Little Falls, Morrison •"County, Minnesota. •v** A "wr etawn^. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOHRISON COUNTY, MINK. Will ftirnish Ahutracteof 'Hat Lan«*.» lot THle. Pay Sale. -LITTLE FALLS. Taxes. OFFICE AT COURT 'HOUSE, MINN LEOIV H0CD1S, Clark of the District Coa rt, Seventh Judicial District. MORRISON OOrWTY, ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 29 February 1884

W. M. FULLER, PuublMHer LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The papers report that many people Who have suffered by the loss of proper­ ty from the floods of the Ohio and its tributaries, are proposing to .sell out and "go west." They could stand a flood occasionally on alternate years,bnt drowning out every year is beyond en­ durance. Companies for cremation of tho dead have been organized in Eastern and Southern cities, and spots selected for the erections of furnaces. This dispo­ sition of the remains of the dead was somewhat revolting at first to relatives and friends, but time is gradually wear­ ing away objections, and cremation may eventually come into general practice. Stranger things have happened in this world. The lists of failures are growing short­ er and the sign3 of improvement in bus­ iness are becoming more frequent. Con­ fidence is being restored, and that means better times. Nobody expects a revival of speculative booms but the outlook for legitimate business' is much bette*...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 29 February 1884

I I KENATOBIAI. VOTING. '.v Vow tii« Rntau of Jtaoiprocity Work*-* Wrnoa Cameron's Maelylei, Washiogton Letter to Augusta Chronicle. Years ago when Senator Matt Ransom, who is one of the brightest of men was a novice in the upper house of congress, the Veteran Simon Cameron of Pennsyl­ vania took a fancy to him, and, as is the custom of the elder brethern, persuaded him to vote on his Pennsylvania lino. Once, in open senate, Mr. Cameron handsomely complimented the North Carolinian and promised to reciprocate his. kindness. Now, the Camerons never forget a favor and always repay obligations. This was notably illus­ trated when a son of Simon paid the po­ litical debt os his father to Gen. M. C. Butler. It happened that Senator Ran­ som had a bill of some kind up and that one vote might defeat it. He rec­ ollected the promise Simon Cameron had made and looked around the chamber to remind him of it. He was not in his seat and could not be found in the cloak rooms. Ran­ som ran down to ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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