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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 December 1899

|S\ II S, v*** flENSBURG D«i. 27-r-Joliu Anderson and.witV of Littlw FallSKpwit, Christmas witii Mr. and Mrs Louis Larson. Peter .Ingen carat home from Brown's Valley W&inesday. to spend the holidays with his parents. Mr» and Mr a. 0. Bergstrom and Mr. and Mrs. John Beigstrom atteuced church inLMtta Palls Ohrintruas morn­ ing. Santa Claim presented Mr. und Mrtr. John Matcko with a baby biy Sauday, Mtati Anna Streed is spending the holi days athome., Peterand Walter Jagen aud Edward Myers ^r? visiting Mr. aud Pet?r Myers of Royaltoo. 3. W. lJakt came op from Royaiton SatUJday. Loois LaVsou boftght a team of horses Mttle Falls last. Sal urda and one of thnb d^d ou the way home, Wood taken on subscription at the Herald office. Oscar Anderson came np from the Fall* Friday to spend the holidays with his parents. Rev. S. K, Thollobaog of Little Fails conducted the services in the Sweedish Mission church Sundav. 0. Bergstrom and daughter and Miss Martha Rat* visited Little Falls Thorn ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 January 1900

'§1 is#| ,i f\ Vil sb&SWIP* "^:Wr® 'ifi s- #J vST vx. V/ VOL 12/ NO 15. This of Dress TOMELTY'S BAZAR STORE: First Four Days of the There is very little left of the 29 pieces of Dress Goods placed on sale Tues­ day. Every yard of these goods was, So^widi a iossr to us. We offer 2(» more pieces this week of the same kind ot goods at these prices: The 25c kind 17c, the 20c kind 14c, the 15c Itin'd 10c. French and German China at One-Third Off There are about 100 pieces of French and German China, all placed on the main floor on a separate table and will be sold at one third and one-half off the original price. 'Some pieces were 50c, are flow 25c: some were 35c, are ndw 20,and so it is all along the line. It is interesting to look at this sale even though you don't want to buy. Box Paper at Two Thirds Wm -r/r There's a lot of very excel­ lent writing paper and en­ velopes in boxes that will go with other things at two thirds their regular value during our January Sale. The£}9c kind...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 January 1900

TH6 FIRST! FIRE OF* THF SEASON. I B»w it leaps, in dance excited Hw it 'sleeps in trance de]tfhte4{ Ib J- Hew it looms in liquid shining, How it glooms in wait declining While around the hearth gather. One and all, the bleak and windy weather Of the fall! /•'. Friendly flame, remoteJJhalrtean Seers of name cffucod, Sabeaa Shepherds in the elder" ages Persian lia'rds in mystic pages, Thee adored, for so divinely Streamed thy light, Half we follow and enshrine thee, Spirit bright. .• Drar tin: friends each heart remember! Aa in che-r we stir the einbers, Hid the itv 1! renew its beauty, Sparkle. Hash and glow till duty, Through the comfort of the hour. Wooes our soul, And we deem its sterner dower Life's best goal. So we dream hot visionary. When we deem the missionary Household fire, onee more telighted. Blazing higher/the whole united, Bound the hearth of (lotne wo gather, One and all. In tbo bleak and windy weather Of the fall! —Kitchen Magazine FROM THE ENEMY'S LINE Sergeant "Tedd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 January 1900

j-k. I i? if I- 'i f—«u MOHNING PRAYER. today do something that sb •'4f& -§M.little aadness from tha world's '«ojjAii£iruiy shall td». 'X:h$p, vast stent I be so f»-«or«l ai to make Of" joy's too seamy suin little more. me not hurt, by any selfish deed fit thoughtless word, the heart of foe or friend, .y?' Ror would 1 pass, unseeiiir. worthy need S 1 Or sin by silence where should defend. '*Vr*^?®owever meager be my worldly wealth, -Let mo give something ihat shall aid rny kind, fa. A word of courage or a thought of health, Dropped as I pass for troubled hearts, to find. .» let mo tonight look back across the span 'Twist dawn anil dark and to my conscience say, Because of some good act lo boa?t or man, "The world is better that I lived, today." —Ella Wheeler Wilcox in Youth's Companion. 1t DARK EYED MAID GAVE A WARNING A Story of Moonlight J.ealousy and a Stiletto. By Samuel McLeary Waller. When Trooper Paul Mills gave the bread and coffee, be had little idea of the liavoc In? w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 January 1900

'"Z 'f.f S *f UTrLE FALLS HERALD BBTABLHH6U. H8t. LI PTLE FALT-S fRTNTlNQ COMPANY CHAS. tj. VA8ALY, BPITOW. 9E HERALD publinhed Eyery Friday ornfng at 201 Broadway, Vasaly Block. Entered as Hecond-class mall ljiatter. "^ibacrlbers ordering address of their pa pera changed must always gU their former a* well as their present address. A.U papers are continued unless an explicit oj ler is received for discontinuanee andua tll *,l arrearages are.patd. T'te date to which a subscription Is paid is prin bed after the address. S 'bseriberH wishing magazines or other peoio Heals can have same in connection with TH S HBBAI.D at reduced rates. SI.SO PER YEAR. FRIDAY. JAN. 5. Tell UP not of banks and tariffs—cease your paltry pedlar cries Shall the good state sink her honor that your gampling stock-my rise? Would ye barter man for cotton? That your gains may sum up higher? Must, we kiss the feet of Moloch, pass our child? en through the fire? Is the dollar only real—Jod and truth and right a dr...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 January 1900

"P P.. 7 1 Palmer- brotirtr lift GNffenitf Fa#*/ i$ s" 4Ft)/U.! W. officers were installed. Tuesday evening. *v ^Aea Fortcr has gone to Bemidji and will locate there. —f See DeAruio in his wonderful act -iikClpb swinging, at Band concert. hf \Tjie Ingram Co.. of Sauk Centre Will build a lath mill at Randall Earl Rogers lost his household goods in a fire at Tluelr Kiver Fulls, Sunday. Lars M. Andfrson has gone to Su' „„livan lake to take ehargfc of Rhodes Staples' mil'. Ifiee Pr«)ffesor de Ra.ymonde in his famous trombone solo, "Clover Leaf Polka." See DeArmo, the juggling clown, at the band coreert next Tuesday evening. Misses Jennie Foss and Flora Terry entertained a party of yonng ^people Friday evening. A* P. McRae of Swan ville* was in ,ttwn Wednesday on his way nonie for q| visit. He has been working at Mesa ba. Thos. Dwyer, emyloyed A'ith vari- Nous firms for some time, has gone to Florence, Wis„to take a pla^e with a clothing house. .The work of putting np the steel Superstru...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 January 1900

'/i •L£ I Professional M.A. FORTIBR. M.O., C.M..Gr*tluate ol Victoria UaiveriiCf, tt.viErdal, Canada. Surgeon to St. tiabriel jgpital. Offlce bourB to it) a. m. and 2 fct» 4» p. m. utftceover Wetzel's drug store residence, earner of Fint street and e'lrat ave. N\ E. LM. M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon D. Pbiladeipnia. Ja.. L.. P. O. _«ndon, Bujc'and. Specialty, nose, throat and ear. Office hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone.' Residence at Hotel Buckmaii. Offices in Rhodes block. U. Mi.ufiSPA.UtrH,physician ant geon. tynn b.ocb. Office boors: 1 Jo o. m. and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner Vtiird ave. and Third St 8. E. J. O 0. TltA.('i5, VI. D. Ptiysician and to St. Gabriel, snrgeon. sirg^ou vcf «•. u»v...vi,o Hopital. Siirgs ni to S^rthepa Pacific R. K, Office hocrs 9 toll a. m., to 2 so 5 p. m, Officein Lindbergh, block. Residence, South ffonrtb St., ist of Court House, Little Falls, Minn. Oil. N, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's Store. Office hours: 9 to 12 mor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 January 1900

itlit-cu-v" v.4 •y r* S»?: *'. VW: fg&W 6 &• jtelAi- S jft^wV ®v '.'•'ilf Also a Com E plete Liine of 44 44 iiiH' T8® mi 44 44 44 44 «.• ir, #-v»r L. D- BROWN, Fresh Drug 8tore."| HBP"M DRUGS. LINDBERGH BLOCK. ,'§ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiilllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii# •«8»E ZEteacLy "to S-ix-p-piLyv 3 3 I carry the most complete stock of FflHCY GROCERIES, Earthen and China Ware, I am the leader in common china and earthenware. decorated china and earthenware. dinner porcelain sets. chamber seta. toilet sets. glass sets. 44 44 yellow ware. 44 44 44 44 Rockingham ware. stone ware. table and pocket cutlery. an be or a ii or el 1 2 where. Get prices and be convinced that the prices ar» 3 right and the cheapest in the city...... DPTTD TUT I J. W. ^^Vw, Hs'autj MJS £=hsIF Hariwarsl £5 Sash, Blinds, Doors. Building Paper, Lime, 5 3E Cement, Iron, Steel, Coal and OLIVER as S CHILLED PLOWS 55 Mechanic's- and Farming Tools. 2 «uniitiimuiBiDiD...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 January 1900

Jj~ •:m "JBCtii®S®sww •y" Momki Dec. 2V—BifrinesuHnnt standstill! en aciiont fcof be bare^groHnd. •'v 6. J. Young's family ate Christmas dinner at Geo. Whipple's. Eugene Mtmhollnnd of Kojalton was in Morrill the 27th and 28th. The Ohnstinus tree at tlie.sehool hon.-e in district 80 was a Buccesa, ,dit*p the program. ..,••• Tbtaiftuu oc e!k'iit time to burn off un­ cut meaflows, as fire will not rim ©is the upland, Ashly Bfirnhnrt of (jravflyille ie* visit ii'g the iUaisdeil family for lev day a. Mrs. Hale's little daughter is thought, to be better il»an she was few weeks ago. A f'iw frosted noses euu be eeen in Mor­ rill now after the cold snap of the last few days. M. G. Whipple closed a successful term of eehoo: in district 26 Friday. A wfrkii tr be was held at tlie Metho­ dist church for tbe purpose of cutting wood.. There is a .three-togged wolf astray in onr village, he having lost a foot in a trap. John Begordi returned from the south*-.» part of the state where he has been fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 January 1900

!r. Hj 14 V- •i# In the Dress Goods Store Plain Facts About the January Sale! Present stocks were Bargained for long ago--somebefore advances in prices began! all before they had amounted to much. Any housewife is justified in layinglin a year's sup­ ply of many articles now selling at our Jan­ uary Sale. And she will make (by saving) a good many times the interest paid by saving banks. So much of our stocks were secured below even the old Low Price that Among- other things here today are 33 pieces o£ dress- About 1800 yards of the fine kind of outing flannels so soft and nice, it feels like wool. The 10c kind at 8c, the 8c kind at 6c, and the 7c kind at 5c. More About Ladies' Purses January Prices Are Lower Than Ever. goods suitable tor ladies^ and. re re are up to date in every way, but this store will bid them a hasty good bye at these prices: The 30c kind 19c, the 25c kind 16c, the 15c kind at 10c. Some Outing Flannels There were over 1,000 purses put on sale last Saturday, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 January 1900

I -a- EA. CHAPTER I. THE 3IURDER AT THE GRANGE. "Half a« lionr late! Of course she is. What can yon expect? It wouldn't have surprised me if she had been an hoar. There must be three feet of snow between hero and Chicago." "Yep, it be a mortal bad winter Never had such a stilt' one since '81. That was the year as I had 20 cows froze to 'ie.n in one niirlit.'' "Yea: I've heard all about those cows befoiv. "It \. .s wt srrordinary affair 1 said to i, ys:'f went to bed the night 'Xow. I slionldn't be e'irv ii some »f them cows ain't .froze in :oruin.' "She wListiiw*.' "And sj^id to myself just as I was #oin to s'li'vi. M, *1 shouldi:'t be s'prised if some of them cows ain't froze to •death in fhemorniu.' "And yon ^ot np in the tuorning. and 20 were d^i iV "Yo:s. but the strerrliuary part of the •thing is 1 said to myself. 4I shouldn't -be s'prised if some of them cows uin't •froze.' "Well, never mind tiie cows Her? she comes. Are you taking any one?' "One gei.'t to Noreouibe: that's al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 January 1900

1 ANGELA. BV CLINTON ROSS. [Copyright, 18C0, by Clinton Eos*.] A The scandal moujcers of the wheel ar*. ©onfined mostly to trios? v/ho cannot or do not wheel. Not long ago women Were likely to make mental faces at other women who rorlj. r~"self. W but as soon as they themselves woru spinning aio::^ with a freedom they m-ver had fancied they straightway wondered at all these allegations. And how indeed does a brisk tern nndcr the skv and betsven the fields drive away cobwebby -rions! In the old days a canter nii«ht- do'it, but a horse is a luxury, and, even if yoti can afford it, it is ever getting out of condition and to be fit. must have a modicum of constant exercise. Bnt now all go a-sjiinning, the horseman as well as the one time long distance walkers, the sinners and those who strive to re gain this old world from the curse. Among th••«(.• latter no one is bettei equipped for the ancient fight than the rector of St. Matthew in the Par :, the Rev. Lemuel Springer. .With body and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 January 1900

LITTLE FALLS HERALD E S A I S 1 8 8 9 LITTLE FAT/?,S t'B' XTING COMPANY CHAS. H. VA8ALY. EDITOR. THE HERALD is published Every Friday Morning at 201 Broadway, Vasaly Block. Entered as Beeond-elam mail matter. Babscribera ordering address of ttaelrpu peifi changed mnit always gh their former a» well as tbeir present address. ill papers are continued unless an exolleft order Is received for discontinuance and un­ til ill arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription Is paid is printed after the address. S ibscrlbers wishing magaslnes or other periodicals can have same in connection with peri TBI I HKRAI.D at, reduced rates. 81.50 PER YEAR. 1900 JMTJART 1900 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sat. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 «r—— FRIDAY, JAN. 12. About this Lind business: The people want him to succeed hi in self as governor and be will, we'll help it along with a 1000 majority here. Since the house passed the gold stan­ dard bill, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 January 1900

,t ^fl^|&. H. Ho unworn »tilJ qnilc ill. ^'v!^be new West side «tafcion will be finished bv Jan. 25th. r, VVfe _jOvprca»ife and fur enatg. Factory prices at Viktor Bros.' •. i& *S ... ^%|MisRe8 Susie =mt Ida Huff returned to the St. Cloud Normal school Mon 'Sday. ^©sKMiss Nntrie !»rl^y returned to the St. Cloud Normal sr*h ool Tuesday ^morning 'V Murphv'n boo •. CMPW is build­ ing an anchor pier in the rfver op posite the saw mill. John Griebler returned from St. Jj Cloud Friday night, and is again ertploved at Berg's hardware store. Dr. W. D. Hea made his regular monthly visit to Little Palls Satur­ day. He was accompanied by Mrs. Rea. Countv OoinmisHioner Lakin, who had his foot crushed near Grand Rapids Saturday, is reported as do­ ing wt-11. The lo^al railroad officials expect to be doing business in the West side yards and station before the f»nd of the month. Mr. and Mrs. Jeo. Gordon, of the West side, were tendered a surprise party by several of their friends Fri­ day...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 January 1900

Professional Cards Gof M.A. FORTIES. &.£>., C.^-tir-vl-uata Victoria -CJanreMie*. lim'croal, Oftfiftdft. Surgeon to St. tk Office hour* to 10 a. aoi tj 4 p. in. Office over Wetzel's drug store rtHidtuiee. corner of Fir-it street and 2*. K». M. ROltERTS, physician »nd Jireon. Osurgeon .vvr.fv/ ,s sargeon M. D. Philadelphia. Va. L.. P.. «*. t, tendon, lCn«land. Specialty, nose, throttt endear. Otfice hours 9 iX lift. in., to and 6 to 8 p.m. Telephone. Residence at 'lotel Bnckman. Office^ in fthoue* blucfc. G.MiliLPAU(ia,|)l!/!W»ii »r"' f»f lynr. oek. Otfic hour*: »o •p. in.aud 7 to 8 p. m. Ke»idenej corner Third nve. and Third St S. K. C. TRA.OK. M. 0, Pav-dsHn find S lrg^on .St. Gabrlel.g Hooital. Sure »n to V-rthera Pacific it. K, Otiief boirs 9 TO 11 a. m., to 5 P- JU. Offiuein LiixlbeiKli. biocK. Residence, feoath j. onrth St.. of Court HoW«, I/itnle Falls. iilQU. DR.Store. N W CHA.NCE. Office over Taoner'i? Office hours: to 12 snormcc, 8 io4 afternoon, 6 to 8 eveniufe. tel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 January 1900

fc SS' r* •vr,--- 7 'iv .:t 1 IK or" ,-a ^4 Also a Com­ plete Line of $ Noted 5-4 J- ", L. D. BROWN, I 1 Pioneer Fresh Drug Store. DrUgS. LINDBERGH BLOCK. SiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiHmiHUiHumiiiuiuuiiiiniiiuimmniiimmiinmHmm* IReacLy "bo Supply I carry the most complete stock of 3 FANCY GROCERIES, CROCKERY, CUSS, Earthen and China Ware. I am the leader in common china and earthenware. decorated china and earthenware. dinner porcelain sets. chamber sets. toilet sets. glass sets. yellow ware. I PETER M. MEDVED EtiUtijUjUiUtiUUiUmMiUiiUUSiUSSllUUiUSS# To ST.PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH AND fOINTS EAST &. SOUTH To BUTTE HELENA SHOKANE SEATTLE TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN THOROUGH LITTLE FALLS Business College Courses Offered in Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typewrit­ ing and English. Learn To Do By Doing is the method followed in all the business practice. Stenographers and Bookkeepers Wanted. We are having more call for young men and women pro­ ficient in this line, than we are able to fill. For...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 January 1900

PIERZ Jan. 10—The whole community was shocked Friday uight by news of the burning of four childreu of Mi«ha«?l Ker rieh of Huh, iu the destruction of his house by fire that evening. The Are caught from the kitchen chimney. The girls who perished \v?re from 7 to 15 years of age. The eldest ri, 17 years old, got our by tumbling down the stairs through the five. The oldest one of those burned was found at the other end of the room from where her bed was: it is supposed she tried to get out, but missed the door. The other three were iouud together where their bed was, and it is thought they were smothered in their sleep. But small portions of the bodieB were left. The fire started up­ stairs. and before it WHS discovered, it was too litte to save the children. The father tried to get upstairs, but had to turn ba'-k with his face badly burned, There a:v three (laughters and one adopted child left. Th« house wns fine large one just complete. The funeral was held from St. Joseph's church M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 January 1900

At the Dress Goods Counter TOMELTYS BAZAR STORE. It's Third Wookl Very decided values have been given here ths past two weeks. Have you been to the January Clearance Sale at There are 22 pieces of new dress goods offered here this morning* at about two thirds its real value. Some of the-e g-oods are cotton and wool, others are all cotton. The entire lot is the pick of the stock and it will be sold at these prices: The 30c kind at 21c. The 25c kind at 18c. The l^c kind at 10c, The TOMELTY STORE! At the Stationery Counter Very ""-handsome boxes of paper and envelopes at about their value. The 29c kind at 20c. The 25c kind at 18c. The 20c kind at 14c. The 15c kind at 10c. There are about 40 of these pretty stylish shirt waists, and we need the ground they are on to place the new spring- stuff on. The $4.50 silk waists now $3.50. The S3 kind at S2.20. The $2.50 kind at $1.95. The $2 kind at Si.67. Ladies,' Petticoats at Two-Thirds or Less We have been telling- you Petticoat store news f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 January 1900

1 .w Copyright, 1899, CHAPTER II. DARRENT FINDS A CLEW. To say that Herbert Darrent passed a food night would have been to have stretched veracity to breaking point. It WHS cold in that small bedroom in the village hotel, and the discordant clanging cf the cracked bell of the church dock from quarter to quarter and t'rnm hear to hour irritated him in his restlessness. His mind was far too active to .illcw his eyes to be wooed by slumber, mid through the long watches of the 1 attar winter's night the few threads of information that he had gathered tangled themselves into twists and knots in his brain, and the very fact tli st prima facie the solution of the mystery soemed to be so simple only served to worry and irritate him more. Detectives, after all, are only human mechanical contrivances, •-lefts, trained though they and clearer intuition than •o:] by ordinary men, do not being,s. and tlifir be to thoso po. -i' vrendoi Bf-p^rab' which tiu- f:-' hp worries in :i CCD'] licnted prob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 January 1900

vSi GREAT RELIGIOUS CITY. John-A. Dowie to Build a Modern Zion Near Waukegan, Ills. HO 1 if 2' WICKEDNESS TO BE WITHIK IT W«re W"il Be a Temple and Two. Factories the 111 Will Be Heal­ ed There. Says the Promoter of the Future City—Site Already Pnr- Chaeed. John Alexander Dowie is the lender Of a peculiar sect which holds a belief that Chicago has beer so wicked that destruction will, overtake thb city and Hot far away on tbe lake shor^ there will arise a great religious city. So firm are they ir the conviction that they are to bo founders of a new Zion that they have chosen its site. They have bought or hsive an notion upon G.000 acres of land near Wauke gan, BentoD township. Ills., and there the future city is to arise where all meD are to be pure and good, sa'j's the New York Herald. It is asserted they «-have paid an extravagant price, but "With the exception of tbe farmers who have sold their lands o* received mon­ ey to bind a sale there is great disap­ pointment in the neighb...

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