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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 7 November 1884

•J4.' Cioest* (Seat Away JK»arrjr« [Baltimore Sum] A government oflicial just returned trow Florida talU a good story as the expensed Jay Gould. Wbeti Mr. Gould was lying otl 7vrnandina a party of gentlemen, iixjlu.mg several of the English nouluixtoa tmveliug in Florida Uiis uoasou, receiving an iuvitatiuu from him to a pay a visit of iugpectiou to his vessel. They wens received by Mr. Gould witu much politeness aud ahown ail over the yacht by hiui iu person, Tue vvholu party were quite profuiw in compliiuautin} th« yacht and its appoiutiuent, and all were hi high apirito, expecting, at course, that wheu the inspection was ooncludod a colla­ tion would be spread. Butnothing was said about lunch, and they w»re sot evea invited to take a glass of wine or a thimbleful of old rye, although lingering to the laat mo­ ment. The party finally left in disgust, and one of the British lor£ was in -such high dudgeon' that be went off without saying good-bye to the Wall street king, and after w...

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. — 21 November 1884

I r/ i/ a- tr PROFESSIONAL CARDS. L«gDl. £. H. FAMHAH, Attorney at C. A. LAW. LITTLE FALL8, MINN. JOHN M. GOETZ, ITTOmET AT I.AW. (toman »pok»». Insurance and calloettaB*. QAfti the court hoaae. LITTLE FALLS, HUM LIKMSKOH. I* w- Btvti. UXtBKKGH A BIIiM, ATTOKNEYS AT LAW. Office In V)r StiwriOOfl' former offlee. UTTLE TAIA. XIWK A. V. 9TOKEY. T. CAXMftVX. STOREY CALHOUN, ATTORmerrs AT UT Offir* ifl the Court House. Ll'ITLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSONr Attarney and Cnunsoller at Law. Agont for H)« Araeriom & Collection Co. luiyu and MIInAgency rral and lo*.in ixiQi*y oiiunt. Ahw has 11 l*ri£« »»o«ntof chelae tend *nd te-wn lot* for eala. L1TTLK FALL?, MIKN. J. D. LACHANOE, COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to collections, pay taxes, .jHW lnnd» from Tax SHICF, &O. in Mor- ria®* »»d adjoining eointie«. OfHce at f*wrt Littlo Falls, Morrison Countv, Mlen«*wVta. LYMAN SIGXOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOHtllOK COCJHTV, *1**. Pay T**e«. WW ftiraUb Abntrnot# of Titla. V«« lAndc for S»t«. OFFICE A...

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. — 21 November 1884

Little Falls Transcript. W. 28* FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALL3, MINNESOTA. The London papers regard the firm­ ness of prices of Amorican bonds amid Vt-e presidential crisis as a striking il ir^fratioo of the stability of democratic institutions. The Now York Sun sava a revolution uow in p^pgtesa in tho nail trad \i h. slthu'igh it is working slowly? w: 1 entirely do away with U.o old jr vl: ing ttisui with atee£ 1 '. 'j( .ut growths of t,y-3 j&b *or inverting iron In r» thg clo*j[ :e Vsop the W .X:.nig "r.ipvft»ct»}a_%jf "J&Jvi la li it At H- tnu« has Ix-ou without this work W- \Y:iv »rv. Yi iutforly, who lia., ln.'-t four Tvai-!» on pro-M-v* -i! •-. '.u» a mI^ li Si's ili lit v.oUhhI i# *v on •he Ax- 1 Vid. 1 A1- «.*•?• statk out '11 v. a ran,-. »1 iu -,n stilt*4. --a:h \W st'iocd.and oluv\sc thoir »d- It is Vlievod that incasurt of l\c .iflFairs. and lis tbt initio was 1 t' :i v. York the ratio was 1 to r^.'X'ilyn ltn r».2^ in Philndcl 4,S7t in Clueasro 1 to 6.12, 5-ton 1...

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. — 21 November 1884

THE V&SWJSn'B W1PB. The farmer camo In from the Held one dfcy, His languid step arid hw weary way, His beaded brow and sinewy hand, All ahowiug hi« work for the good bf the land For lie sows, Awl ho hoes, And bo tnuv/8, All for the good of the ^uid. 13v tbo kitchen ilre stood liia patient wife, Light of ills home and joy of his hie With face ail aglow and bus/ band, Preparing the inea,! for her husband's band Vor she must boil, And she must broil, And aho mast toil, All for the sake of the homa' Sunfihinoa bright when the farmer goes out, Birds einp sweet sua^s, lambs frisk about, The brook babbles softly in the glen, Whilo hb works bravely for the good of the men. For ho BOWH, And bo hoes, And he mows, All for the good of the land- How briskly the wife steps within— Tint dishes 10 wash and the milk.to skim. Tho lire poos out and the flies buzz abont— For dear ones at home her heart ia kept stoat Them are pient to make, There is bread to bake, Ami stop* to take. All for tho sake...

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. — 21 November 1884

—i Dry Goods, Tin,/Cblp»radJ3hei/t iiTTLE FALLS MEAT MARKET Bring* in your u' AU .111119 ui THM. ilcuis, (VIU*HK&>, Hail)*. Lard, an-1 evt-rytnhig us­ ually V*»pt in Itmthuw i&eat markconstantly on twi«d. LITTLE FALLS. MINX. We Buy all Kinds of •'*"'. Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the HIGHE5ST O^lSH PRICES For tlie 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. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Sheos Keady-made Clothing L-JLL-1- J. W. BERG —DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARD WARD, All kinds^of mechanics'and farming tools mpeoved hove soal HHH ..Paper, Glass, Putty,-Lirati, Cetfittit, Plasftf df Pwis, Plri taring Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Iron Ware made 10 order, Repslricn promptly done. LITTL^ FAlI S LUMBEB CO Uji*farnJTtf of find cfcatef In PINE UMBER. Itaugb And Dressvd/all kinds, lath, Shingles, Pickets, and .Building Tmis Sawed to Order. Sash, iittle Falls, Minn. rMmMMBMa...

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. — 21 November 1884

I Bailf Bruised, j. C. Hessel, dealeir in agricultural Machinery in this village, amiS.X A meat ij-sue of the Pioneer Pr.cs* cnntHi.ied a lint of the desirable federal 'offices in Minnesota, including land offices, presidential iwtnlfiet'*, niarsTntl sh)psi*tc-fwr which Democratic politi 'cians arc now natuvally sclu'ixiinjj. A vhn»gc will probably *ake plaae -in most ot there change for nearly three years vet, unless ambilim will not attempt to him for oft! •ciul misconduct, the only cause which Brainerd Journal: In Morrisori county the only town tiiat went back on Crow Wing county entirely was Green Prairie, v#iich c»st 46 votes for Blain.* and 19 for Clcvetawd, but »ily JS3 for Howes and 4 for Holland. In the town •of Patiker, 'which is greatly under Green Prairie influence, Howes van behind, but Holland recived About, lis Vote of Mpwrisen county giving Howes 0 mow yot'-s than Blaiiie, aud Hollattdi •€5 less than Clcrebmd. Fromtke Pauk Rapids Sentinel. One of the b«rts made on th...

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. — 21 November 1884

I 1 If MADAME STEPIIA1E. A gy Talbot, after much weary lodg­ ing hunting, found rooms to suit him at last in south Audlcy street. Not an im­ portant circumstance apparently, fox* tho rooms were but received pro tem., while his family mansion in Grosvenor square underwent rodeo orating, yet the fact was destined to affect his whole af­ ter career. "A lucky iellow, Algy!" was the con­ stant comment of his friends, and thoy numbered many of both sexes. His luck consisted of his good looks, his popularity, hia unfailing spirits, and last, b«t not least hia immense wealth. But thero was a crumpled leaf oven in his luxurious couch of rosos, though he kept hi» trouble to himself and hid his Borrow beneath the mask of gayoty. •'That lovely house ought to have a mistress," a frisky matron 3aid to him one day, though in truth it was the las', thing she wishod to see como to pas. Algy laughed the matter off with a retort,and believed implicitly that at the mature ago of throe and thirty he 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. — 21 November 1884

If Waskuurtoxt The "president has accepted the resignation it Judge II ezakiah Or. Wells, of tlio court of jommieaioners for the Alabama. claims, &nd apoointod Judge Jamca Harlan of Iowa to suc­ ceed liim as presiding judge of the court. The following order has been received from She war department By direefcjou o/t,hejije3 ident, and In accordance with revised -statutes, First Limit. Edgar T. Iudley,~8ecend aetillarj. Is detailed as professor of millitary- BOi ence ftnd tactics at the University of the State of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb., and will proceed for inty accordingly. N Poatofiioea established•'^ Penuington county. Minaejsotft—Aespmp^iqo, Carver comity. Moti tana—DiH%»rtb, comity. Poi! in .later» commissioned: John li Brcniian, Rapid Citv, Dak. Henry Irish, Elmdale, Wia John T. Hooper, Lookout, Dak. Mary llc-tteudorf, Assumption JlSinu.J, James Dilworth, Dilworth, Monfc. Secretary MeOulloch is busily engaged in the preparation of his annual report to oon gioss. It ia inti...

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. — 21 November 1884

'W Sn tntm -a* Tram the lfinneapoll* Lumberman,* A Mlnaeaott man write*, "\fasa consider ihe wortb of ny siandWM^m Iter, the court of rmn^,\Jiowni fng and mwIm#, I can see no..frtiipt 'in the manulectare hnaiaeae in iti&V, "and •hall do only aobugh 1*» U**p my plant warm. On tbenther bmrfl I know that the year la not distant when niv *tanp*ge~eh-ell advanct* in prlc-. and unless I oain make the nitwc* in Inns Iter 1 propose to make in the tree." There are men who have bean longer in-The manufacturing bnainessthan thi* Jtiawe. aota^gewtleinan but some of rkem oould kneel at his feet and learn wisdom.. FVora Feck's Bun. An enthusiastic ynnng Demwceartfving in tho First ward, called on 'his Dulciaea a few esrnsinjc* before election. 8hewasan«nsdrm«Hepabnc»n, and they got tatoa pleaaamt $aUi»oal argument, and both liaoame xittitr warm oaer the matter. Finally, a clincher, the young man said: IDaine is*uw» to be beaten lii bet my life that Cleveland vdwi.1' Tire maid bmt bergwkU'i» o...

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. — 28 November 1884

1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. L«e al. 13. M^FAKlSlAir Attorney at Law* KITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN M. GOETZ, ATTOBXKl AT I.AW. German «pok«n. Innuapoc and soll«-ttin«. the court hou»c. LJTTJ.K FA LI/5, MINN C. A. LlNDBKRGH. L. VI'. fttt.U. LINDBERGH & BIIXS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. riffles in Dr. S1imnon»* former offtoe TITTLE FAIA MINN. A. STOKET. D. T. CAUSOUN. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT IAW. Offlc® at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN, "~N. RICHARDSON," Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for kfc« American Agency fe Collection Co. Baft unii *«11m r«al e*tnte, nntl Ioudb money tm r-amio. Also ina» n. large amount of choiue Inud And town lot* for «&lc. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. 0ileis*.l. J. D. LACHANCB~ COUNTY AUDITOR Will attend to collections, pay taxes, r«4««m land* frawi tax sales, &«. in Mor­ mon and adjoining «ounti«s, Office at dourt Hauia, Littls Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota. IYMAN SIGNOR. EBGISTER OF DEED8, }I0RTtt80X t'OrHTT, MIHK. Wtll farnlxh AtretracU of Title. ...

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. — 28 November 1884

-r 4 ••I little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. It in stated that five millions of dol­ lars will not cover tbe actual disburse­ ments for electioneering purposes this fall. But this sum is only an item. The time spent is never estimated, accord­ ing to any money value. The great Pacific Company's whal­ ing vessels have returned to San Fran­ cisco from summer cruising. Ships have returned with no whales or only one or two. Other sliipa have returned full of oil and bone. What is to be noted is that the most humane captains have had the best luck. They have re­ turned with very profitable cargoes. Again the tide of specie has turned in favor of this country. Every incom­ ing steamer is freighted with the pre­ cious metals sent here to pay for ship ments of breadstufts and for American securities. It is estimated that $8,000, 000 in foreign gold has come to New York since October tirst, and that $2, 000,000 mdre will arrive before the first of Febru...

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. — 28 November 1884

mv RWR I 'IMHWMI THOUGHT OF THE HOUR. TO HEB WHO KNOWS. Because your oye» are bine, your lips are red, And the soft hair is golden on your head, And your sweet smiling can make glad the day, And on your cheeks pink rosea have their way, Should I adore you? Since other maids have shining, golden hair, And other cheeks the.June's pink roses wear, And other eyes can set the day alight, And other eyes can smile with youtn's delight, Why bow before you'/ But if the eyea are blue for me alone, And if only for me the rose has blown, And but for me the lips their sweet smile wear, Then Bhall you mesh me in your golden hair, I will adore you. And as my saint my soul's one shining star That lights my darkness from its throne afar As lights tho summer moon the waiting sea, With all I am, and all I strive to be, Maggie rose from the table with a flushed face, and looked from the win­ dow with eyes that saw little of the square outside through their tears. But like a wise girl, she kept silence,...

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. — 28 November 1884

TTTjVTT-K!«T Dry Goods, Tin, LiTTLEFALLS MEAT MARK IT Ait xtim* oi Hum. Menu, it a ui* Ijirii, iiutl cveryiniug us uully kept in fiwtt-.lnss meat marV-t,. coj'eUutly on hand. MTTLK KALIiJ, MJSX We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Earm Produce Bring in your And "Pay tlio CASH PR.ICES For the same. BEEF, PORK, YEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & 00. AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH Boots & Sheos Keady-made Clothing .W. BERG —DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools mm MPROVED HOWE SCAL JS ng. Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cement, Plaster of P»riS, Plaster ing Flair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Oopper-anvlJSheot Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. LITTLE FALLS LUMBER CO Mnufacturcr of r.nd dealer in PINE LUMBER. B&agli and Drws«d,"all kinds, Xiftth, Shingles, Pickets, Sash, Doors, and Building Paper. Sills Sawed to Order. Little Falls, Minn. JAMES STUART DKAL8R IN STAPLE &...

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. — 28 November 1884

Mr' I 1 Pay Your Subscription. Patrons who ni*e indebted to this oflioe are requested "to immediately settle their aeconnts. While the num­ ber who nns in nrrearri is rot very large, it is larger than it should be an! we «ui justly demand that &fl which is lue us Hh?ll he pail. Although times are hard, and tho present price for roduce and labor is low, farmers and others should not forpet that at this ieiwitt ot th« year they can pay if they, rver can. We ure endt-nvorinj? to pub­ lish a paper which is well worth $1.50 year to any resident of Mom.'on county, nnd those who pay testi­ fy to our fMicew*. Those who are of the opinion that 1 heir money could have been expended to better advantage, to thelnsclves, everything considered, should pay up, and then adopt the eonfse which in their judgement ia best, Non-pavine patron* are of no benefit to any business nnd delinquent, subscribers are a detriment to any publisher. Farmers, the season in which you market y«nr grain and other p...

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. — 28 November 1884

mm-mm & is mm. BDLWEB'S LO¥E LETTERS. Sir E&w-rA I»~*:ton BaVwer, tlia Great English iTotTilict ac&da Bldicalous fcy His X»ovo Lettwrs. From the London Pa jlall Gazette. Miss Louisa Devev is the executrix to tlio Dowager Lady Lytton. To her Lady Lvfcton left by will all her papers, including these letters, an incomplete "Autobiography," and another MS. of autobiographic character, called "Neme­ sis and sho was so nervously anxious that her intention should not through any inadvertence be frustrated, that she directed that they should not by any reason of any pretext, 'however plausi ible and apparently-truthful,' be per­ mitted to pass into the hands of anj member of certain families she named. "My first intention,"s^ays Miss Devev, was to delay this publication for some years but I am compelled to hasten my action in consequence of the recent appearance of the 'Biography of Ed­ ward Lord Lytton' for, although I might not to have considered it incum­ bent on me to correc...

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. — 28 November 1884

n*s jessStifiSSSS 5i SPEECH ftt SR. BLAISE. Mr. Blaine Serenaded at His Home, Ma&es the Most Noteworthy Speech of the Tear. Danger to the Nation from Southern Dom­ ination—A Graceful Allusion to Gov. Cleveland Augusta, Me., Not. 18.—A. large number of devoted personal and political friends of a in re ad is expression of personal good will and admira­ tion of bis conduct in the national campaign. They marched through the streets under the mar-lialBhip of Col. Prank Ny& When they readied lilaine'a house their compliments and friendly regards were expressed in a speech by Herbert M. Heath, of the Kenebec bar Mr. Blaine responded as follown, his speech being continually interrupted by ap­ plause: Friends and Neighbors: The national contest is over, and by the narrowest of margins we have lottf. I thank von for voyr call, which, if not one of joyouH congratulation, is one, 1 um sure, of confidence and of sanguine hope for the future. I thank yon for the public opportunity you giv...

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. — 28 November 1884

ttie^Kniinml wruaL Arrangements 1»aveJ*ee.U' made in hicmro »naiiuf«ctttrhig'?rt«rwr again at the Britinerd (louring mill in Ihvy days. At the special meeting of the ty nit «!l ia-t xattirdrtv evening a motion was carrie I 10 levy a lax of $N0,000 .fur Mlv purposes E/.ri N«rt la field' the brewm anannfacls r»*r on *ixih street wMUtli. *iddtulj «Je trred witn his family itUwtx week ago, ma 1 in •uid to have gone hi T^nnesoee a report ltesl««n in cirtu**Um4 two or three days that a large of the number ofemptoyca *4 «J»* N- P shops w«s about tw take |«aoe. in rcritigtfvon we learn that tfat-re will be fdight rixJaciitm in the ac ir the exact yet know*, pltce otw nwnth nt work. AustvalialMis is a And aot This wvek 129 «ien «rai5«}*tl alt t&c X. P. fhop» j.» t-fa is ciiy were discharged. Previous to the Ik-op mluctkw about 5S0 um® Ht 'lorce remuiuirig amounts to 400 were work, sad *1te wittier men. Laat year Ibe reduction of M»ploycs took 4«M'lUrr. The total nam ber cm]Hfyed about $8...

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

A 1 1 .^r 1. if I N —^rmm "T II .1 .• voi, 1). '$-•• PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JE. II- F1IW1I1M, Attorney at law. HrrLE A S I N N JOHN M. GOETZ, ATWiSTSSOV AT uw. WmonB H]oh»r.. Insurance ar.d collections. Offit'C at. the court hou^e. LITTLE FALLS. 51INN C. A. LINDBERGH. L. W. Buxs. JuINOBlSRGll & JBUXS, ATT^BNETS AT law. Offioe Dr. Simmons' former office. T1TT1-K KAIS, M3XN. A.Vi STOREY. D. T. CALHOCJS, STOREY CAliHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW- Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINX. N. BlCHABDSOiC Attorney and Counselier a! Law. Agent for the American Aacncv A Collection Co. Buy* an4 wits rt»1 esta'.c. unit Icons mmse ©n siiroe. Also tins a lnrse /'.Mount of c.'jiiice tand and town lots for *ale. LITTLK FALL*. MIN'N7. Gillei&il, J. D. LA.CHANCE, COTJM'Y AUDITOR. "Will attend to collections, pay tax-s, 7deeni In mis fro'.n tai:c sides, &c. in Mor- ri»«n and adjoining counties. Office at Qonrt House, Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota. I.YMAH "sTGNOTr,"" REGISTER OF DEED...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 December 1884

Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER^ Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. Koely now announces thai: hia alleged motor will be perfected next February, and put into operation. When it is recollected that many great inven­ tions liave been subjected to more dis­ credit than Keely's and eventually gain­ ed the plaudits of the world, no one will be prepared to say positively, that both Keely and his motor are humbugs. American journalism is having groat effect upon English newspapers,in more ways than one. The London Times, the great Thunderer, has been compelled to keep pace mth the spirit of the times, and sweeping away the musty traditions of British journalism, comes to the front with a Sunday edition. A very few years ago, the man who hinted at the publication of anew spaper in Eng­ land on Sunday was regarded as a rank heretic, and in fact treated with a cold­ ness which rarely made him broach the subject more than once. pers. If these items are noted and col­ lected they make 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. — 5 December 1884

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Tin- discontinuation of the Coinage of Silver Dollars Most Earnestly ileconimemleeL The Banks Compelled to Deposit an Excessive Amount of Security, Thinks the President. ftestoration of the Navy Urged—The Civii Service Law—A Graceful Valedictory. THE PKKSIDENT'S MESSAGE. THE VI'E FXECTIOS. To the Congress of the United States: Since the close of your last session the Amer­ ican people, the exercise of their highest of suffrage, have chosen their chief inag'strato for the four years ensuing. When it Ls remembered that at no period in the country's history hits the long political con­ test which customarily precedes the day of It is of the greatest importance that this question he solved before conflicting claims to the presidency shall again distract the country and I am persuaded thai, by the people large, any of the measures of re lief ti ns far proposed would be preferred to continued inaction. FOia:»GV l.'KI.ATIONS. EXTUIKT.Y AMK'ABLE. Our relations with all ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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