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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 29 February 1884

S r%F 4«h ^\:r*k^ f- .. V. W0mM Dry Goods, 1 -^'Wr V,„" We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and FararProduce And Pay the HIO^QST CASH PJbilCES Bring in your For the same. BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TAKER'S CHEAP CASH STORE oo ts & Shoes, CITY Who now 1 c?rw W 5 LITTLE FALLS MfftT MARKET Ail kinds Oi FrasU tfeats, 3*.aaaf««,v Hams. Lardi kndeveryttting u» ttalljr k»t in first class,, fceat narket* tpntUurfly OIlhMUS. LITTLE FALLS, H1JTN Ready-made Clothing W.J. BERG, —DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARD WARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, MPEGVED HOWE SCJLI/J2 & GAMO 'G4|«*\ Putty, Lime, Cement, Plaster Af'-paria, Plastering Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, "Tin, Copper *B1 Sheet Iron Wikrc mi^? to order. Repairing promptly done. MEAT Hu kn reopened by JOBN B. LAFOND keep •j ..nr. MARKET a fine and veil MfccteA stack €toVJ^(»JBrTA^a^E3S Beef, Pork, VeaJ, Mutl»ni Hana8, PonhTy...

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. — 29 February 1884

J1THBSOLOGT. Rev. 6. deliver 0. Rundell will lecture at the Congrej?atidba1 this Ist-^-Ch 0. $forri&. •i. .I'lJCl -R, J. Richardson. 'church evening on the wbjee'V nology This "Phe­ and.Physiognbfcny, Character or Signs of and How to Read Them." branch of sciencr- has of late years received' mnch attention, and will 'pfoVe kn interesting subject for a ,leCture. Mr. Rundell has made a ,careful study of phrenology, and will /treat the question in an able manner. /An admission Fee of 15 ct-nts will be charged, and the iproceeds devoted to completing the parsonage. All are in­ cited, and by past experience the '•people of this vilbrge are assured that .speaker will be able to instruct a'rid •ntertain them. Clyde's Restaurant. By the advertisement in another column it will be seen thatO. L. Clyde has opened a restaurant in hi% build1 ing on Oak street. He is now. pre­ pared to serve Itmclres and taieals on short notice, and everything will be neat and in first class elyta. Oysters 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. — 29 February 1884

'wmw m* i.i-v '|'*r' :,.-.' I jKfy 111 "v WIDOWS OF AIL SORTS. Their CfcrneralChftraeta* wad Bcc«ntric ItiM in Varttoular. Prom the Cio&nn&ti Enquirer. Young ladies are jealcms of her and "say, "that liorrid widow. I suppose she is setting Her cap for another hus­ band. "Why, think of it, Tom hasn't been dead three months, and I do de­ clare I saw her smile at Mr. Podkins." Yet she has a faculty of suoceeding, and whether from experience, which is the best teacher—and she has general­ ly been an apt pupil—she has her pick of the beans, and if the late lamented left a snug 'remembrance in the form of bank stock or houses and lots, and not too many pledges of affection, she is by no means a drag on the market, but has the pick of the season. A woman often marries the first time to please somebody else. Her parents, perhaps, or some unaccountable whim which she cannot explain. A widow marries to please herself. She knows the'little subterfuges of coquetry—the tiny nothings comp...

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. — 29 February 1884

PROCEEDINGS Oft CONGRESS. At tha commencement of tho weeks busines* in oongreaa a bill was placed before the senate before introduced by Mr. McMillan, to provide for the emotion of a public boil ding at Winona. It appropriates for this purpoae $100,000 and 120,000, or 80 much thcroof as necessary, for the pttrdiaao of a site. The resolutions of the 8t Paul ohapilxsr gt oommerte aaad Minneapolis board o! trade op­ posing the forfeiture of Northern Pacific land grants were.presented by Mr. McMillan. Bills "were introduced admitting Dakota as a state and providing for carrying on river and har­ bor improvements by contract Billn passed authorizing the sale of timber on certain lands reserved for tho Monomoneo Indians in Wis­ consin, and providing agricultural lands for tho Southern XJtea in lieu of lands hithorto pro­ vided. The debate on national bank, circula lation was resumed. William H. Dickson was confirmed as United States attorney for Utah. Nominations—Emanuel^, Swanstrom,Minne...

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. — 29 February 1884

1 *7*11 I 1 ft yea give me any directiona tor irowwinir-f" 'was asked of a wel^ftowxi «tl'fote of this city. ""'Ye.-!. Keep your head w31 op, ^breathe through the nose and not toe mouth, keep the chest shoulders thrown back, body bent forward slight­ ly from the hips, and oibows 'in. The ^trouble with tnost people is that they breathe through the month "and then exhaust their nviftd. Tf a lean, uuae custoroed tsmiiining, keeps his inouth shut, in •••ft while htfw+il feel a pres­ sure ou his chest as 'ihough a weight were placed upon it, btft if ho keeps go in he will soon brostfhc freer and get what is called 'second wind,1 then he can -Tun as long as his muscles hold Having 'eftfcained this information, the reporter decided"to observe how people 3id run, and selected the depots -as«Ahc best place for observation. ^ilie first person appearing in the 'iield was a short fat man, with his mouth wide open and his face very red from his exertions, and his arms work­ ing in every directio...

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. — 7 March 1884

A irr?.* YOL 8- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. L«gal. m. H.FAB5HAM, Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, MIXN. A.F. RTOKKY. D. T. CALHOCW. STOREY A CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offic* at the Court House. LITTLB FALLS, MINN. N. KICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor'at Law. Agent!for the •American Agt ncy & Collection Co. Surs and sella ri" I wtate, and loanw money tame. Also liu' ft lnrge amount of chtict* aud town lota f«r sale. LITTLE FAl.LS, MfNN JiKlicial- 8.P. FULLER. Justice of the Peace. LTTTLK FALLS, MINN. J. D. I.AOHANCF., COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to collections, pay taxes, v«Aeem land* from tax sales, &c. inMor­ rison B»d fldioining counties. Office at «®urt Little Falls, Morrison ®»unty, Minnesota. TYMAN VIGW**?. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRISON COtTNTT, MINK. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxse. Bim Lands for Sale. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE, XITTLE FALLS, MINN 1103 noiiBi, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judicial "District. MORRISON COUNTY, MINW, ttS-T.ntrfof* of Homesteads, fi...

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. — 7 March 1884

a?Afegij S&VX '2 tit® mi mmm W. M. FULLER, Puublisher. LITTLK FALLS, MINNESOTA. .'j The business of Congress seems to "be dragging along rather slower than usijU al, but the ft83Utanco is given that •work in committees—the only place. whore there is much real -work—is being at­ tended to with a reasonable degree of industry and ability. Tho results will be seen at a lata day. When, legislations Las been properly shaped by tho com­ mittees, their bills, reports and rec­ ommendations, will afford interesting topics for disctissions,Hndik^daily pro eee-lingu may assume a livelier air. The sessions will probably continue fox at least six months three of which art already past, and three will be amp I a time for a great (leal of good, and a great deed of evil, legislation—as the case may be. The eotii'so of England in presenting to the United States Government the Arctie steamer Alert to assist in the search for the Greely party is a verv graceful act of international courtesy which ...

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. — 7 March 1884

ar* Tr klis (MTRiM'S RESOLUTION. 1. "No IH never marry. I've seen enough of wedded bliss!" declared Ger­ trude Meserve, with emphasis, shaking her pretty little head. "Just -wait until Mr. Right comes along/' laughingly responded her friend, liudV Evans. "There will not be any su,ch person, in this case," was the decided answer. '"'Oh, no! Of course not, A certain young lady is so unattractive, and not a bit of a flirt.cither," said Miss Evans with mild sarcasm. Gertie colored, and rolled her lovely blue eyes up at Lucy in a way that most people, men especially, found ex­ tremely fascinating. "Now, Lu," she cried, "you're making fan of me, and I'm in dead earnest. I know it's all very nice to have plenty of beaux other-wise girls would be obliged to lose many a good time for how could we go to parties and places of amuse­ ment unattended? But as for being married, that's a different thing. Why, I don't know a .single throughly hftppv wedded couple, and I don't believe you do, oit he...

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. — 7 March 1884

Dry Goods, LITTLE FALLS MEAT MARKET AH itiQH or Kj cst. Meats, Sausages, »?IIaiiis Ldr-1, ai!& cwj'trting us unityfcppt jn meat •wnstaynyy. un liarfS TJTTLJ5- F.AtifempTK. We BUY all Kinds of -v Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the highest cash prices For the same. Bring in your BEEF, PORK, YEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, *. 7 And get your cash every time. We want to see you. d. P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TANER'S OHEAP CASH STORE cots & Shoes, Beady-made Clothing J.W.BERG -DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools. MPROVED HOWE BCAL 1 BSBK E HAS been reopened by Paper, Glass, Putty, Li Cement, Plaster* Fkris. Piaster ng Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. THE G1TY MEAT MARKET JOHN B. LAFOND Who now kwp a fine and well selected stock el ME3A.T8 cfc VEGETABLES Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Hams, Poultry. Fish, Etc., Etc. Jlighnt Cash Price Raid farButter, Etg«,aid Vege1ttb...

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. — 7 March 1884

i! t. •NEXT regular 14 3d Village ('ci lif'l] rocofrtlings. Rr-gclar meeting of vilhtjre council at rthe recorder's office Mtircli 6fh, 1FS4. President,—Peter Medved, Pres., L. E. Richard, Jonathan Taylor and J. \V. Close On me'ion dniv seconded, the deed of C. A. DeGraff fur right of w»v made &nd executed in February 21st, 1884, was excepted. A. Tann•»! 2 00 S. P. I ulier..., 2 J.) On motion duly secondedand ':arri the report of Lyman Signor, town treasurer, was accepted and approved. On motion duly secodded and r-arried the clerk was ordered to no'.ify the town trdasurer to tr msfer tiie balance of the money of the poor fund to the town fund. j? On motion duly seconded and carried the road petition of Robert Lander, was laid over to thts nsxt meetingr. On motion duly seconded and carried meeting adjourned. I'll. LACUAXCK. cheap v* sureties therewiih. Silas Hammond On motion di^ly seconded and carried Ed. Carrie a committee of two consisting of' Peter Med veil and Jonathan Tayl...

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. — 7 March 1884

"Vm .•••:'. vdjfjj-'.- G&ston lighted a cigarette, and said: "It is not a long story, but yon will I'yfind it tragic. By Jove! it makes me stiver to thinkof it. You remember that the department of fine arts sent me to Persia two years ago. I was to (Write tip the province of Irak-Adjemi, I taegftn by taking up my quarters in Is­ pahan, At the end of three months I had finished my task, but if I had re­ turned home at once, the department would never have believed that I was a man of any depth! I was just about bored to death, when luckily there was a change of governors. The Shah sent? in place of the former governor, his cousin, Mulcora-Khan." "The one who traveled in France?" "Yes. And no doubt you remember meeting one of the heroes of my story, Mehmed-Aga ho was the prince's of­ ficer of ordnance. He has the rank of genei'al, or rather, that of sertip, to Use the Persian term." "I remember lu'm—a young man of .about thirty, a gentlemanly fellow, "something of a swell, who din...

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. — 7 March 1884

S* My&\ Ames aimoxraces himself as an inde­ pendent candidate for tlio Minneapolis mayoralty on the "bread-gauge system. The Minneapolis Armory Fair closed ivith Between $5,000 and $6,000 in the treasury. In the legislature of Connecticut atr adverse report wr rnado on the bill permitting savings banks to invest in Minesota state bonds, those of the pities of St. Paul and Minneapolis and if the Illinois Central railroads and leased lines. The chairman of the Dommitte explained that Minnesota re­ pudiated her debt some years ago, and paid only 50 cents on the $1. Concern­ ing other bonds, the committee was not satisfied of the expediancy of allowing investment in them. Matta Miles of Austin, route agent on the La Crosse and Sioux Fails run, trill be transferred to the Chicago and Minneapolis run. \V. W. Street of La Crosse to Sioux Falls. As an east-bound passenger, "was near rng Cokato, about one and one-hal miles west of town, on tlie20th, it struck and instantly killed an old ...

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. — 7 March 1884

*r A 4 & •«*. •\\v V. lUK A j"™*"*!* vjssj ...IiivifSoHtlif Amerfcathere &M Itaiutifal bird called. thti agnSrf, or ^^dett-brua9ted' traini^eter^ Itf» *i large in the body orotic of oAr -oomiuon baftt^ord I^Wl, but aa it has IdBgttr legs Sttd a longer Deck it serous aoNfcut lsig$r- It*v--rolorJ* tlacfc, feit the" pkmagi,! on th'g.biteaist (a beautiful beyond (fcgoriptiori, beiiig %hiit might bera?lcd iridescent, chtwij* as it eofitiftnally does from a Steel-blue to* a rod-wold, and glittering1 Witha metullicr ln»Si?r. In its wild statu the agaml is not ^cculiar fofanykhittg but its beaoty, its extraordinary cry, which 1ms given it the name of tfompetcr, and for an odd habit of leaping with comical an tiro into the ait, aopuroutiy for its own amusements when tamed, however, —and it soon learns to abandon its wild ways,—it usually conceives a| violent attachment for its in as tor, and, though-very jealous of his affection, endeav'brsHo please him by a solicitude 1or the'Well-b...

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. — 14 March 1884

TOL. 8- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. iTiuFAE^^ Attorney at Xaw, KITTLE FALLS, MINN. A. T. 8TOHET. V. T. CALHOtW. STOREY & CAL1IOUH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at Ilia Court Heuse. LITTLE FALLS, MINI*. N. RICHARDSON. Attorney and Counsellor^ Law. Agent for the .'Amsrisan Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sella real estate, awl loans ntoney 68 aaw. Also ha* a larse amount of nbwico hiii'l ntid town lota for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. J. D. I.ACHANCT5, COUNTY AUDITOR. Will nttftiitl to collections, pay taxes, redeem land* from tax saks, &c. in Mor­ rison and arijoinme counties. Office at Court Hfcuef!, Little Falls, Morrison •County, Minnesota T/y^r/^T PSTG-TWV*?, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORTUSON COUNTY, MINN. "Will fiiriiipli Abstracts of Title. Puy'Taxes. 9Rns I^nd- 1'or ?ale. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN mm HOIDE, Clerk of the District Court. Poventh .Indicia] District. MORRISON COUNTY, MINX, JKr-KntriC1* of Konriev.eiuiH, filing Finn! Profif •*nd iin.v oHipr J.ocft! Land Ofi...

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. — 14 March 1884

iS 1 !but ,•! m* ixi£tS.,*viii W. M. FULLER, Puubllshef. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. March came in like a lion—will it go out like a lamb We shall see. The "Winter has been more variously trying than usual, ancl nobody will be satisfied to have it "linger in the lap of spring." One hnndred years ago this month a sumptuous drawing room entertainment vas given by Mr. and Mrs. John Jay of New York, the occasion being the bloom­ ing of a century plant, belonging to the distinguished entertainers. The list of guests present was preserved and the other day was printed in the New York papers. It is composed principally of brilliant and remarkable people whose names are familiar to readers of revolu­ tionary history and it is something re­ markable that these names are now borne by the most brilliant people in the fashionable, and aristocratic circles of New York, with but very few excep­ tions. A century is not many genera tions, but it is rare that so many notable names, fortunes and jsositi...

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. — 14 March 1884

BOW EDM DECIDED. A splendid June day bright and breezy. Opposite the great square in Its carpet of green, stands a large brown painted house with bow-windows and spaoious piazzas# half shrouded in blossoming wisteria. On one side is a croquet ground, and on the other a glimpse of a lovely old fashioned garden, green, cool, and shadowy, the mere sight of which is re­ freshing. It is Sunday, and the people on their way to church. Most of those who pass this way are evidently of the elite, for the street is the fashionable one of the town. As they pass the brown house, each looks up at the bow-windows, as if ex­ pecting to see there a face that they know. But none is visible, though perhaps those whom thoy look for are nearer than thoy imagine for at one end of the upper piazza, screened by the matted wisteria, ai'e two young girls, dressed in thin slippers and white cool muslin scaques. One of the girls is tall, fair, stately, and a trille inclined to embonpoint. One can predict that ...

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. — 14 March 1884

And time. We 7TZZ Dry Goods, i-i.-i rt ,••3? ?\t t,I ¥uM & We JBirv all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce Arid Pay the ia:iC3-EJ:E3S3"3? CASH X^^FJ-IOJSS Bring- in your the same. For BEEF, PORK, YEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, get want to Boots & Slioes, MARKET causae ually moat your cash every see d. P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TAMER'S CHEAP CASH Readjr-made Clothing J.W.BERG, —DEALER IN— HEAVY &" SHELF HARDWARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, MPKOTEB HOWE SCALE you. STORE ing Paper, Glass, Putty,-Lilne, Cement Plhater Paris Plastering- Bakv IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Wammade to order. Repairing promptly done,. THE CITY MEAT MARKET -Has been reopened by JOHN B. LAFO •. ,. .• Who now keep a fine and well selected stock of MEATS cto ^ork» eafc Mutton, Hams, P6ultry, 'Fish, EJtc.^Etc. IVifanM Cash Pric« Paid far .3uiter,Eggs, and Vegistabtes of attJtinds. "SaI 1' :, iSt., ijtttlo Fall?. ^71 tm i* &KAI.EB IS STAPLE & FANCY GRO...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 14 March 1884

ft V- W ?r -/ft Amf$ tltei* Annuities. Indian Agertit ttise at rived In town The county jail until court Kneel.1?. J. J. Trettel last week and fVorn this pla went oat Water Power company has been in to Pemberton'8 trading pofft near th® town part of the week consulting with foot of Mille Lac#lake, and on Satttr- ,'th$ lending real estate owners who- day evening and Sunday -morning tl-.s have property in the neighborhood ofi Indians were paid their &nnuiti&$f in the water power property. The abov(j cash which were due several months companv asks for an undivided half of ago. About 830 Indians belonging on [all the real estate lying within tlre&e tlmt reservation received $3 each and quarters of a mile "of the location Vol' a large number of Dull lake Indians the proposed dam, the company' hr were also paid at the same time. Luse return to invest $200,000 in improve was accompanied by a squad or Indian merits on the power before March 1, police from White Earth in charge o...

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. — 14 March 1884

1 A' *«aoxy of XarlyDays Xa' Ckk 1 The Mysterious llurdera Which Canted Bolffn of Terror la The Mining Castas nvwniffo, i' From the Now York Times. Red Rock Ridge, Col., Feb. 17,^-As I sat, last night, in a miner's cabin, about ft half-mile below here, in the gulch—the cabin of a miner who has trudged and olimbed and prospected these ancient hills for more than 20 years, and, like many others, has fairly less of this world's goods than he began with—the conversation, quite natural­ ly, drifted to the events of "old times" in the mountains. My friend has a vast fund of entertaining incidents relating to his section, and so, after the usual pipe-filling and cheering cup, he in­ quired if I had ever heard of the Espin osas. Being a comparative tenderfoot, (that is, anew comer,) and quite unfa miliar with the stirring occurrences for which Colorado was in its earlier years noted, I had to confess .my utter igno­ rance of the subject he had broached. As it proved to be an interesting and...

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. — 14 March 1884

PROCEEDH OF CONGRESS. In tho senate on the 3d. insL a resolution was* adopted instructing the committee on territo­ ries to inyeatigate the alleged assumption, by the clerk of the territorial council of Sew Mex­ ico of the right of paaaing upon the electoral qualifications of the members of that body. All the bills on the calendar providing forthe Wection of pnblio buildings -were passed. They include Bums for buildings at Winona, Lacrosse and Oshkosh. When these measures were disposed of Sena­ tor Logan called up the xofilitary academy ap ariation bill, but at the same time the clerk ouae prosonted the resolutions recently adopted by that body in memory of Congress­ man Haskell, and Senator Ingalls took the floor to move the concurrence of the senate. Jngalls is one of the most eloquent and polished ora­ tors in the senate, and his tribute to Haskell, who was a warm and devoted friend, wa3 one of his best efforts. ,He was followed by Mer­ rill, Cockrell and Plumb, when the senate a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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