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LITTLE FALLS, OCT. 8. 1878 X. C. 8TIVER8, Kdttcr Mid Proprietor. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHUROH OV 8T. SALVADOR.—Setvi ees on Sunday next, at 10.30 A. M. Sunday School at 2} P. M. Yeapew at 8 PM. CHTJKCH or OTRR SAVIOR,—Evening grayer with gospel sermon on the first and third Monday of each month at 7:30 M. Holy Communion on Tuesday jfcorring'after each first service for mon th. KEY. HKBBKRT ROOT, Rector. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH—Cor rter of Chestnut and Fourth streets. Services are held every Sabbath morn ing at 11 o'clock. Seats are fre^, and citizens and strangers are conRally invi ted to attend. Sabbath school immedi ately after morning service. Thursday evening meeting- at 8 o'clock. I. W. ROSS "RRAN*, Pastor. LOCAL ITEMS lr. Gueriioa will soou hide aud paint bis residence. IP yo« want a nice 11 at or pair of 6lores, go to "HOUDE'S. Manrin & .Medved are about to have their store sided and tainted. Go to Wortbiogtuu & Uo.'i foi jour sails. Rev. D. W. Roaenkrans in Having Vis residence sided and painted. Oo to L. Worthing to a & Co/a and get a Crescent Axe. They are the best in the market. A new blacksmith shop is about to be built near the Elk IT urn House. I will give the highebt market price for Potatoes. L. HOUDE. County Attorney Clark content platts building a residence this fall. Go to L. Worthiiigton & Co.'s for your Cigars. Leon Hoode has gone to Mttle Lac* with foar loads of goods to trade with Indians. All kinds of Paints and Oils for sale cbeap at VASALY'S. We understand that the eitiasns of Motley are about to organize a new township. For drafts payable on demand on all principal cities in Europe at lowest rates, go to MAURJN & MEDVED'S. An experienced gunsmith has opened a shop next door north of the Yasaly House. Leon Houde is paying the highest price in Cash for Wheat. Do not fail to see him before you sell. There will be service in the Epifoc* pal eh arch on Monday evening. Oct. 7th, at 7:30 M. Monitor and Laruway & King's Cross Plows for sale at MAURTN & MEDVED'S. D. S. Mooers raised 2,500 bushels of ears of corn this year, and finished husking it last week. Don't sell your Produce before you kaow our prices. MAURIN & MEDVED. H. M. Atkins, one of the proprie tors of the Shqrburne County Star, was in town on Tuesday hist. Monitor Plows at HOUDE'S. Charles Salisbury will move into town at onee, and will open a livery Stable without further delay. Milwaukee Beer at VASALY'S, The register at the Yasaly House shows an unusually large number of arrivals during the past week. Potatoes, Beets, Onions and Cab' bages wanted at HOUSE'S. Nearly all the laruieis are reportin enormous yields of corn, ranging front 120 to 140 bushels of cars to the aore Good Brown Sugar, 13 pounds for one dollar, at HOUDE'S. The oounty fund now the treas ury amounts to five hundred dollars more ihan enough to pay all outstand ing orders. ~J—1 Wm. Butler keeps the entire series of Merrill school books for &ale at hie store. Ckferge B. Whituey, merchant of Rich Prairie, was in town on Mond»y last, and ref orts everything flourish ing in his town. Go to Houde's and see his new Drers Goods, the nicest assortment ev er before offered in this tnarket, and -very cheap All Wool Delaines frou. SO to 50- cents per yard. L. Wortliiogton & Co, have en larged their store by removing a parti tion, to, make room for ihe new goods they are receiving. Just receiveu, a large lot of Furni ftare to be sold very cheap. MAURIN & MIDVET. Manrin & Medved shipped 3.000 pounds of butter to St. Paul on Mon day last, and shipped 4,000 pounds to other points last week. Yaraera, bring in -your Beef Cat tle, We nill take theai at any tame and pay you the highest market price. L. WOBTHIHGTWf Co. A eoup^ of women la Bioh Ph\i* rle had a fight last weelt,-. and one of them got badly whipped., A. lair sail If likely togrow «C*W* |®wrr His, Hip, Hurrah! Hon. Ignatius Donnelly will- spfalc at the Court House io ItittU Falls on Wednesday, the 234 Ootober, at 7:30 M., and at Brainerd, Crow Wing county, on Thursday. *t^f 24th at the satiie hour. Let ita voters turn out en matte, and ahftir tjieir *ppre« oiatiou of an^Hnnopt^iK^ man. I. Woftlihigioti & Oo. have just re* ceived a large stook of Shelf Hard-* ware, consisting ofi)ior«Iocka, Lnicbee, Hinges, Axes, Bolts,&c, &c. Every thing in the hardware line can be found at their store at bottom prices. BIy and taley Nominated. At the llepubfican BlttU district legislative convention held yesterday iu Sauk Rapidb E. U. Ely, of Crow Wing county, wus nominated for Son* ator and 1). A. Caley, of Mi lie Lacs county, for ftepiescntative., The num inatious were made- unanioiousfy, ahd iiariuony prevailed throughout. Passage tickets to and from Europe for sale at MAURIN & MEDVED'S. Grand flail. The Hook and Ladder Company of Little Falls have arranged to have a grand ball at the Yasuly House on the evening of Oct. 8. Good aiusic has been engaged, aud a good time is expected. There will, undoubtedly, he a large attendance, as a general invitation its extended. T. J. Hayes and L. Worthmgton will be the flxir managers. Tickets 81 00, uot include uig supper. Supper will be served at Batters' Hotel'. The dale of Slate lands in. Morrison county, takes place et the Cuurt (louse next Tuesday. A full line of Cartridge* at L. AVORTHINOTON & Co.'s. The office uid umteiial of the Transcript lias been sold to C. Sin vt ra. the former proprietor, James Sli vers, retiring f»oni the business. Shot 12|c. per lb at L. WoRTHINGTON & Co S If White h-i** 'eased the steam fl uiiiig mill it mg Prairie. Todd county, and will take charge of it in a few days. Th« Hill Bros, will re sume charge «f t'»e I ittln KIk Mills. Go and see tloude'n new stock of Boots and Shoes, which He is selling at bottom figures. Henry Bredfeld has moved his tin shop to the second door north of the Yasaly House, and has opened up in good shape in his new quarters. The building he moved from will be used for a saloon by a man from St. Paul. •003? NOXDNIHXHOAV 1 'sooud ano ujRd] pue hfq *bSui pi!«q Suuivddj 40 Suipijnq ui pajinb -ai ^uiqiAWAa pus adda^ ijuipiing omi^i 'q^Bjj pazBio 'qseg 'saoo(j jo 9ui[ jjtij p'iBt| no dABq 9^ There' will be au auction sale Little Falls on the 12th day of Octo ber, at which the stock, wagons, house hold furniture and other personal prop erty belonging to the estate of John Shanks, decerned, will he sold. 500 pounds oi CUo'ee Butter want ed at L. WORTHINGTON & Co.?S. L. Yasaly has hud ttic old, red barn on Third street torn down, and will have it rebuilt in good condition for use in connection with his hotel as the barn heretofore in use there is too small for his inct«»sin« business. Call on us for Green Apples we keep the best kinds. MAVRTN & MEDVED. An advertisement of the Cincin-^ nati Star appears in another column. The Star is gaining a Ve^y wide and general circulation, of which it is WH.H worthy, the weekly containing as eh'tfc* a selection of news and miscellaneous matter as any other p-iper published. Nails only $&50 per keg at L. WORTHJN.GTON & Co 'S. We have been redui'strd to call the attention of ^^R^oblican fown com mittees to ^he faCt^iluit it ivould be advisable to have the caucusM}he!(ii)e fore the comin^Dcepientof ttiafall term of the district coutt, as a more general ?«tt en da ncecan thereby "her"secun dr The distiiiet louit] wiH cfen on the 15th inst. Wo will c!o.-e out our stock of Wines and Liquors at crmf, AUK'N Mrdvep. At the Republic*ii county conven tion held i» Uttl» Falls oh Mmdy lust the following named delegates were elected to atteitd^ he leisishitive dk^iiet eonvemliu S. P. Fuih-r, F. W. Pn ston. Win. Pedlcy. James t-1iv ern, D. C« rhiu, D. Hall, A K. Hall The delegates were inMincied to support E 11. Jily, of %aiuerd, for ttfe Semite. It is nearly luipoSbibie to obtain brick at this plaee to build ehiuineys and for other purposes. None can- be had from St. Cloud, fend they have to be brought from St. Paul at a total expense of thirty- dollars per thousand. Fet there is first class material for the iaauufaotarft of hriek in seven) places within a mile of Little Falls, and fuel coats only a trifle. HorrlBon county needs at ]«|it:pne good brick yard. Do not f^il to aall oa Houde, if you waat a sttit of Clothes. fie ia aeliiog Clothes so ch««p. thsyt,all can afford to dress well. Go and price his goods a Eton. W,: 3). Washburn, :df Min neapolis, was in town on Thursday lasi, and oiade a pleasant call at the Transcript otfce. He tells as smooth a story about his alleged connection with pine land frauds as pine land speculators generally tell about- such matters. -Tlte only consolation he got »t this plaoe was an earnest assnrance by a Republican acquaintance, whom l»e happentd to meet on a back, street after dark, that the Transcript had very little influence and that he (Washbur.n) would get a heavy vote in the county this frill. Just received from. Chicago, a large invoice of,Fur, Felt and Wool Hats, the nicest and cheapest lot of Hats ever offered in this town. LEON HOUDE. To the Voters of Morrlxoa County. I hereby announce my intention of being a candidate for the office of Clerk of the District Court at the coming election, and I pledge myself to conduct the business of the office with my.'own hands, if so fortunate as to be elected. F. N FOSTER. Demo ratic Caucus. Notice is hereby given that a meet ing of ihe Doninerniio voters of the town of Little Falls will he held at the Court House in said town on the tenth day of October, A. D. 1878, at two o'clock p. M.. for the purpose of elsct ing three delegates to attend the coun ty convention to be held at Little Falle "ii the I2 dav of Oct. ber, A D. 1878. and to transact any other busi ness that uiciy couie before said meet ii g. By order of town committee. J. LACHANCE rh::irman. I have just returned froui St. Paul with one. of he Largest nn! SfocLs ofUoods llkst I'YIT ciffi-rcd in lliis fwn, loiisisting of Pry Gooiis, ri. th!ii£r, Drt^ss Gncwls Boots, Shoes huts, Caps »nd, in fact, every thing that you may ask for, all of which"I- will sell at prices that will defy compelni-in. COIUJ and see for yourself. I will also pay more in C.ish for Wheat than any other buyer in this town, 4-and It." don't you forget L.FON HOUDE. The St. Paul Weekly Dispatch will be sent to any address in the United Stuies or Canada for one dollar per annum, aud a valuable pocket map of Minnesota is sent free to every sub scriber. The Dispatoh is a good pa per, is of thoroughly Republican pro clivities, and no Republican voter in Minnesota should be without it. Ad dress St. Paul Dispatch Co., St. Paul, Minn. Have you seen L. Worthington & Co.'s Tobaccos. They hare all of ibe best brands. From the Alexandria P««t. Last week Mr. E. Olcson of Holmes City was stacking hay. When he re turned from dii.ner, twenty loads of hay were in ashes. A spark that propped from his pipe did it all. By the fire, in south-east part of the county it is probable that near 3000 bushels of wheat were burned, besides large quantities of oats and hay with fencing and buildings. Ou the sixth of last June Lewis Ilill bought^/a single swarm of bees of T. F. Cowing. Since then they have made 140 lbs. of honty. Last week three caps were taken from the hive, each containing about 20 tbs of white comb, every cell filled with clear honey. Bee-keeping must be a profit able business. L. Worthing! jn & Co. liavo the. largest and b«-st assortment of Tobacco ever brought to tliis market, both suiokiug aud chewing. From the Sborbara.e County Star. It is rumered amund town that a mortgage on the Methodist church a' this place is about to be foreclosed. Large quantities off-u«:ar cane have raised in this county this year, and several new mills.for grinding it have been bought. ., Willie Maguer, assistant telegraph operater at the depots picked up a gold watch and cbiin on the railroad track last Suturd iy^jU-if after the t: s»i went, up, and up to t^\i^ ,present time has been unable:trK :@trd~.an owner for it.. Jt jfrril) bly .dcopDedout of somebody's po'eket when jdfujring on the triiin'. It is extre^n^^y ati^usirig, over at,the depot, when Washington Benedict happens to giKUp'^r down on the rail road, to see m'buit'on iile o»ir genii I friend, CH-ifley Wheat on. and rush him off to ihe esr of .the train, aa |. pour oinfi-leiilial^ci»i»iiiunications lilrto the lobe ofiv8 left ear. -4 lbs. of .Te t«r $L00 at WOBTHIRGTON & CO.'S ^Referring to the Jarge number of preachers nominated for congress this yeiir, principally 4i» the greenback and Democratic, tickets, the Chicago Jour nal says that ^any minister who doe not know that, fiat-greenbackism is legally uncohstliuttonal, morally dis honest and physically impossible, is not a fit and proper subject for the sacred work of the ministry at all." New Drugs and Medicines at L. YASALY'8 Drug store. Fnmtb«4fekalJaiMt. f A »U|t^ ^radioted by. the oldest inhibltJtntif. 1 The Washbur^miU Shut down last Wedoe8dayafternoo*, ia order .to give all the workingmen ran opportuuity to hear Dunaeliy a|Ma^ the Anoka County Ifcuv .• Ffojn theSank Eaplda 8«§tlpel/: While engaged iu Ms slaughter house last Subdoy afternoon, Mr. E Cross saw a bear levuroly entering the yard. Mr. Cross brought his fu see to bear oti: the animsl, pulled the trigger aud =. briuin dropped dead pierced through the8kull with huekv shot. The carcass weighed 150 pounds, and- yesterday quite a number of our citizens enjoyed bear steak. New York Factory. Cheese at HOUDE'S. A suit has been filed iit the United States circuit court by G. Jay Rice, of St. Paul, agsinst the1 Pioneer Press company, for printing a map upon which the plaintiff has a copy-right. The damages are laid ai $75,000. ... Go to Worthihgton & Co.'s and get one of those iron measures. They are just the thing:tor thrashers. I will receive sealed proposals un til the first day of October, 1878. a* one c'elock p. M., to build a now school house in District No. 6, (near Geo. Geissel's store) in the town of Two Rivers, Morrison County, Minnesota. Plan and specification* can be seen by applying to me The trustees reserve the right to accept or reject any oi all bids. CHARLFS BEREN8. Clei of Diitiict No. 6. Best Powder in ihe market, for 50« at L. WORTH INGTON ftto's From the Prineeton Union. J. Cater, of Princeton, is a ean didate for the Independent Qreeubuck noiiiiniiion for the State senate. Jot will make it hot for the regular Re publican nominee Some miserable scoundrel kil'ed, hy shooting with a bullet and luck shot, dowu in Loom Bt-riv's pasture, one day'last week, a lur^e ox thai would weigh 1800 lbs and valued ut ^7-), the property ol Mr. Moses 'Tib betts. hope that the perpetratoi of this dirty piuce of business will br discovered. If you want a nice Dog Skin, Kid, or Buck Driving Gl*»ve.goto Houde'*. He has just received a large invoice from Chicago, and wiM .«ell theui cheap. St. Paul Globe, Sepr^ 30.' The Yolksxeiiung. the only daily newspaper in the German language in the State, announced in its yesterday'* edition that hereafter its publication a* a daily would stop. However, it will continue in the field of special journal ism as a weekly paper. Just received from Chicago, a large invoice of TEAS, which I will sell cheaper than the same grade of Teas was e7er sold in this market for be fore, from 20c. up. LEON HOUDE. From the Sauk Centre Herald. Charley Wayinouth, in the town of Raymond, had eight stacks of grain burned a few days ago, supposed to have been set on fire by some unprin ciplbd rascal- It is also reported that a farmer in English Grove, lost tweuty four stacks by fire, on Monday. We make Teas a specialty, and ask ail to call and examine goods and prices before buying elsewhere. L. WORTHINGTON & Co. From the Anoka San and Republican. Bears are again becoming very g,len ty in the couuty. Bert Smith, of Oak Grove, brought in one last Sat urdav tha»- weighed 300'fibs., which he sold to Fairbanks & Varder Velde La^t Tuesday there were three brought in from the same neighborhood An oka sportsmen are preparing for an ex curei'iu in 8eaieh of the Bruins. Best Whito Lime for $2.00 per barrel at L. WORT UINGTON & Co.'s. CNEAP FARMING MACHINEBY. I am selling all kinds of Farming Machinery and Implements at lowest figures. I have a fine lot of improved plows, the best iu the market. D.IIALL New York, Sept. 22 —The annual meetiig of the Northern, Pacific Rail' read company stockholders was held to day. The gros* earnings for the year amount to $1,193,381 expends $631.202 leaving net balance of $562 079, or a net increase-of $169, 381 over last year: The operations lie land dep rt ment .have been activ% nearly three-quarters of a million ol acres being disposed of. L. .Worfhington & Co.-have: a full ]in«i of Teas, both Japanese and Green, ft prices to suit everybody. Democratic 30tli District Cou feulloir The Democ'itts «»f ihe ,30h Senato ri I Dial rtct are requested t*r (tend deU egatea to a district omveBtio« to bohleo «t Sauk,&ipida, Minnesota. «i. Friday Oct«»iber 11, 1878, at 1 o'clock p. to NOMINAL, a cand'dati ft'r tho State Senate, and one for thr flouse of Representatives for said dis trict, The Counties are ehtit'ed dele gates as follows Crow Wing, 2} oi rison, .6: Benton, 5 Sherburne, 4 Mille Laes, 3. By order bf Ounmiteie. AYO, Chairman. DemocraUe Gonu^ C^iiTeiiUoii. The Democracy !of Morrison, county will-meet le oouv^ntioii at tfte Goop House, in Liitle Falis^at I o'clock A. SI.,' on Satiirday, October 12th, 1878. for the purpose of mmiaaiiug can didates as foltewi: A^itdr, Register', Cleric of' CoaHb Jvd|?i of Probate, Surveyor, Coroner, aid ComtnimoDr fbt 3d, 4th and 5th coaauanoner, diltriets. Delegates ds follows: Belle Prairie, 4 Bellevue, 1 Buck man, 1 Guldruu», Two Rivers, 5 Green Prairie, Little Falls, 3, Piers. 4 Swan Kiyer, 2. By order of the Comuiitteo. A. J'. CLABB, Chairuian. June 22d, 1878. Republican County Convention^ A Republican County Convention will be held at the Court house in Lit tle Falls on Saturday tbo 19th day of October, 1878, at two o'clock p. M., tor the purpose of nominating the fol lowing County officers, to be voted for al the next general election, viz: Auditor, Register of deeds, Clerk of Court, Judge of Probate, Snrveyor, CoronerN and Commissioners for 3d, 4th: and 5th commissioner districts. The several towns will be entitled to delegates as fallows Belle Prairie, 2 Bellevue, 1 Buck man, 2 Culdrum, 1 Green Prairie, 2 Little Falls. 3j Piere, 3 Swan Uiver, 3 Two Rivers, 3. At tent (bit is called to the following resolution ad ptrd by the Republican bounty Convention held in Little Falls »n,the 9rh day of July, 1878: iJZe&dvcdi That iu the future no iSwn shall, be represented in county uonveiitions by auy but citiseus of uch town. By orde- of the Committee. D. Con BIN. Chairman. September 14th. 1878. MARKET REPORT. Corrected weekly, by LEON HOUSE, general dealer in sruin and merchandise. Wheat, No. t, 83o. 2, 71a72o. Oats, 25c. Potatoes, 25o. BC»D8. $1.40 llarley, 40i. Ejjgs, I2jc. |er dosen. ISatter, 10al5o. Green llidts, 4e. 11av, $6.00»$6.00 per ton. THE CHEAPEST A\D BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER Ftiblisltcd in Mie Northwest. The Subscription Price OF THE WEEKLY Pioneer Press HAS BEEN REDUCED TO One Dollar per Year, And Fifteen Cents for Postage. At tnis )ry. Cheap Rate every Farmer in the Northwest can afford to take the paper. 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You are bereb.v summoned and required to answer the complaint ia this action which has 'eeo filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court at L'ttle Falls in said County and to «n a copy of your answer to the said com plaint on the .Subrfi-riber, at. his office in the own of l.irtle Falls in said county, Minn so a, within Thirty bays alter the service of this "uinmons upon you. exclusive of the d»y of *nch service, and if you fail to answer the said •nuiplrtint within the time a orsa'd, the PI tin iff in this acton will app to the Court for tbe relief demanded iu said complaint. Dated August 17th, 1878. E. P. SMITH, Plaintiff's Attorney. Little I alls, Mnn WNCINHAfy t» th* a* Mnsa »tlw cwMrtijy It is the jmper that meets the wants of turn and the fireaida more fallr thjj muf other, a» Will be seen hy careful examina tion of the following facte, and acMtparUon of the^pa^r with an other of th« citf W««kliM hitejpaj •a Uflly rvaui eveu u' and open print is ajcg whitejpaper Aom clear cut type, that makea It easily read, even by pool light. lU d—r ienpri»tu ajog to olrfor wtaktya. «a handsomely printed en imre MM The BTAM is free from political bias, and givea all the news with fairneas and honesty, ao as to eoahle ita readers to form a correct adynent on whatever ia passing aedti^dis-. dame*. in its news or opinknic, and can be read with the same real pl«aaure jad interest from Tezaa to Maine, and from -California to Delaware. Ita storiee are thrilling ita news lstte, esannkeaalTe, and esneett ita —wtMswyseW iwlsMsj and all itadepartaaenbr are (tally opto the feqnir** ments of firat-clmaa joomaliam. indgmeat on whatever leaasMnc: aadi euMca oneatioina without M-ejoaiea, ways in the iaterest the proaoeing ct It ia TAW MM.ofaerOawnl me We give ae cfersms, MI or olaaMMa with the gtm, believing tl the greatest' indocewent we eau eSbr to •MMAis&bettwMeeflMSriNb lav ON VAM a«4 leaviac the Areaae baalnees in the hand* «*.pteture halin. where tt properly belenas. We, howeigr.Jfcinjapgrssiats the «M» »«Ue mth SaM by elub Mnh, aad re ward them liberally, aa will by ref eeeaee to oar «*Mai ef nnfc satwAimnras. tna JAMES BROWN is doing a General Livery and: Express bosi^esa, delivers passengers, baggage and freight iQ all parts of town, .is at the depbt on the arrival pf all passen^ ger trains,- keeps horses and doable and single baggies for the acoonuno* datiojn of persobs desiring to travel in the country, and promptly attends to all business: entrusted with him. Charjges reasonable. JAMES BROWN. Little'Falls, Minn1 NEW GOODS. -AT- GEO. WHITNETS In Rich Prairie, I have just received a Large and Complete Stock of New Goods, which I am ScUin at My Stock consists of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Clothing, A large stock of Groceries, Aod Everything usually kept in a gen eral store. All kinds of GRAIN and FARM PRODUCE bought at highest market priccs. No. 1 Meat Market AT THE VASALY HOUSE. A good supply of Meats*will always be found in this market, and will be sold very cheap. L, YASALY. MAROTTE'S S A O O N —AND— Billiard Hall, In the Gravel building, First Street. Litt'e Falls. The choicest "Wines, Liquors, and a Always in stock and on sale. R. MABOTTB, Prop't'r. STOVES & TIN WARE. -r^-GO TO nENRY J. BREDFELD'S 1'OR r— Stoves and Tint Ware. I keep a very tme awortireut ii Tinware on hand and HOI selling at bottom prices. Manufacturing to or der and E A I done promptly and cheaply Fhop on Kiir Street, Liltle Falls. Second door north of (lio Vasaly House. HENRY J. BREDFELD. LITTLE WXluI.S AND LOTsTO W A E I I E Stajietrleave Little Falls every.TupM day and Kliday af 7 o*cl«»ck A. M.', and arrive at l*my Prairie on the same dajj at 6 u'clnqk M. .Leave Lohp Prairie every Wednesday and Satui~ day at. 6 o'clock A. M., and arrive at Ijitile Kalla on the same days at o'clock'P. H. Close connection is made with the Long Prairie and Sauk Center Stago Line. 4 A general passenger and exprcw business is done* and all boi5iiie«s promptly attended to at low rats Special: care, is iaken to uiake passen gers comfortable. MILO POSTER, RApjiA^L BELLEFEtJILLE, Hereby announces that the BELLE PRAIRIE TANNERY Is now ready to reeeire work^ all:of which will be promptly executed in .the best manner, aud at .lowest rates. Bm&PtAl&XX, Mm* Carriage Co., MANUFACTURERS Of FARM' WAGONS! Spring Wagons, BUGGIES AND SLEIGHS. REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. We guarantee to give satiafaction in work manshift, material used, finish, general ap pearance and durability of every artiele we make. S. McCAULEY & Co, LITTLE FALLS. MINN. Sale of Stale Lands. STATE OF MINNESOTA, LAXJ OrriCR, ST. PAHI« 8. August 26, 1878, Notice is hereby given thut tbe Commission er of I be State Lund Office will offer at publie sale, at the office of tbe County Auditor in Little Falls, all tbe School and Internal Im provement Lands that have been uppraised, in the County of Morrison, oa '1 uesday, Octo ber 8,1878. at o'clock A. H. Printed lists of the lands to be offered may be obtained at the Auditor's office in said county for two weeks prior to the sale, TERMS UF SALE. Fifteen per cent, of the purchase money and interest al tbe rute of seven per cent, per an num on the balance from the day of sale to the first day of June, IS79, trill be requited ou the doy of sale, :n timbered lunds an amount equal to the value of the timber will be re quired in addition to the fifteen per cent. After the first payment the balance of the purchase money in lull, or in instalments, is pavable. at tbe option of the purcha.-ser, at any time within thirty years from tbe date of sale, on School Lunds, and twenty ^ears on Interr al Improvement Lands, provided that annual interest thereon at the rate of seven per cent, is paid, i» advance, on the first day of June, or within six days thereafter. Upon a failure to pay interest when due the lands revert to the S'ate without further notice or process, and will again be offered at public sale, unless double tbe amount of interest due is previously pnid. No,lands can be sold at less than the appraisal, which cannot be less than $5 per acre. O. P. WniTCOMB, Commissioner. GET THE STANDARD. "The best authority. It ought to be in every Library, also in every Aoadtmy and in every school."— HON. CHAS. SUMNER. "The best existing English Lexicon."—LOST DOB ATHENAEUM. 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Arrive Sauk Kapids ...11.38 1:40 Going South. Leave Sauk Rapids 3:10 p.ns. 9:30 a. m* East St. Cloud 3:15 9:60 Elk Birer.........4:55 1:10 p.m. Anoka 5:38 2:55 Minneapolis 8:34 4:15 Arrive St. Paul .7:00 5:05 ST. PAUL Ann M1H2IKAPOLIS TBAI5S. LF.ATE ARaiVK AT tit. Paul,... 8.10 a. m. Minneapolis, 8.5S a. n. ... 10.00 a. m, 10.35 a. m. ...12.30 p.m. 103 p.m. 2 5 0 3 2 6 ... 8.10 p. m. 6.44 p. m. Minneapolis,7.55 a. m. St. Panl,... 8 35 a. tt. 11.00 a. nr. ...11.40 a.m. 1.50 p. m. ... 2.25 p. m. 3 52 p. in. ... 4.28 p. m. 5.33 p. m. ... 6.10 p. m. J. P. FARLKY, JAS. W. DORAN, Gen'l Manager, tien'l Freight and Tieket Agent. MTIIERX THE CUSTER RAILROAD. mm E ROUTE TO TITE Bf.AGK HILLS. THROUGH KXl'HEoS TRAINS FROM St. Panl to Bismarck DAILY. Making close connections at PT. PAUL with moving trains from CHICAGO and all points soutu. No Delay! Continuous Run! 1878. Summer Arrangement. 1878* BRAIXEKD AND ST. PAUL DIVISION. SOUTH, HOB H. le. 12.25 p.m. fBrainerd, ar. 1.50 p.m. le. 1 44 p. m. 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