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PROFESSIONAL CARDS. /Cjynl. E H. FAIJNTOT Attorney at law, I.ITTLE PALLS, MINN. A. F. STOllJCY. D. T. CALHOUN. STDBEY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for tfae American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and a«Il« rpal estate, nnd loans njoney on same. Also Ms a liirse .amount ol choiee land and wi.w.n IoU kraule. LITTLIR-FALV. MINN- «J Iidicinl. B. P. FRLLER, Justice of the Peace. LITTLE FALjLS, MINN. Offu'Sal. --TvriJcn^cEr COUNTY AUDITOR. rAWill wttend to collections, pay taxes, 1e«rr rhIcs, Inmin front tax tnrvi(r Sec. in Mor. adjotnimT counties. Office at Court. Honop, Little Falls, Morrison '«mntv, Minnesota. &•%j ssTf^ivni'p. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORKIIWN OOt NTT, M1 N. Will furnish Abstracts uf Title. r«y Tnxw. II »s I.Arid4 fur 5alo. OFFFOK AT COURT HOl'SE, f.TTTLE FALLS, Mf.VM I.EOS HftlDE. Clerk of the District Court. Sever Mi Jiulicinl l'htrut. MOHKTSON OOrKTV. MINX, FntrU'fr I1 nrr *sr«»cis. iii, ok Finul PmM' *nl cny utli'T I.or*) Laitd C/ffiee tu.-inusf will b»» •pr- =»«|flr- fcltflifled to. "LITTLE FAILS. MINN. R. J. BA TZER 1 ou IS ri^i1KTEYOI: Will locate lands. pay Xs. nd »l ifiui to all business iu that line prompt ly- Pi1!*ivi ei wkc:i required. It O A 8 TO,V. jlS •1 «M A, MemSm, M. s.. nrrsirr.-iy W.»\r.«l mi? sr/?or(x.\ tK'lUK'P t' h'S IlH'ii 'In* (.rwctit of medicine in i'.s various h' ~. CCllC*. TITLE FALLS. MTNN. j\ I NOW. I.« PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEGfl. Will pjonictly fitter,1 to #11 business t". H. TViudon Exjiminim: Surjjnon. Ofilice over Win Buller's store. I MTTI.K FALLS. MINN. I A. FOirriKlS. M. i, OR. LEWIS J. WRIGHT, BURGEON DENTIST LITTLE FALLS. MINN. Oiflee hours—9 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m. Herberfc Stanley. 8pedalty: Fine gold work. UST Rootok first door north of main entrance to Tanner's store, LitiTe Falls. €. JOHMON, ECIJ5CTIC PHYblUIAN AND SuriGEOM, KOYAI.TON, -MINN" Office West of School House. IT Consultation Free. Chronic Diseases a Specialty. jr. w. CIJOSE, I S large stock of pure drugs and mcdiclnes al ways on hniid. Btore on Firet street, Little Fans, first door south of Richard Bres.' MORRISON COUNTY BANK, (Incorporated.) Money loaned on long or short ti»e, real OT Mttonal (tecnrlty. Motes discounted. I)os&e« tia tsd foreign exchange bought and sdld. liuNage ticket to and from Europe at lowest rates. Little Falls Manufacturing Company, Office at Slmmontt dc Steele's. Biractovs—Ashley C... Morrill, Aldx •ad«r Moore, 0. 4sr Leonard, E. M. Johnson, Wia.C. Johnson. Kny one wishing t6transact bu#ln««« wUh ibe Otonpany sbouW afttt at their above oanredL OfflsW.. ,, A. C« Morrill, Pinsiticitt* "Kmtr, wg 1 3 2 0 JS t* 51. /if Victorin Collcjp, Muntr^iil, Onns(la, ri'j'slrhin fiiMl^Surjrroii. Office at Close's Drnjr Store. LITTLE FALLS. Will nttp.nd toojvll* d«v or nii hf„ A sppcifllty made of Surgery, Rud nl«o Ob»tftrtc6. LUMBERMEN'S LITTLE T\ CD •iH ^L" ts O EH •d 05 N\LLS. 0Q r-«» r-H N. -r-S a? O $ 6T) S W rH OQ •iH CD O O C3. O) rs +3 cc 0) O CQ •N rd FT O3 vTQ O W A SPECIALTY. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Ready-Made Clothing, AND AN IMMENSE LINE OF Ladies' Dress Goods, Trimmings, Notions. A FINE STOCK OF STAPLE GKOCERIES, PROVISIONS, SUPPLIES, -AND- Fancy Groceries, Confectionery, Tobacco, &c ap -4-3 pq &B rr CD C+5 r«H ^H O SIIIORS&STEEE -DEALERS IN- GE1ML MERCHANDISE! c3 CQ SUPPLIES Boots and Shoes, J-etter CA O QQ a (A %4 PQ O CD i«Mn^ rf„ EG Ts W m9 CD cn r—t r™( W pd CO 8 c3 a- 13W3S I am a Democrat, and alwav* have been^ aud, when conscierrce and a sense of duty do lipjt fojbid, vot-e the straight party tiofeet, Io-.-al as well as State and Katiojial,^'Thia year common sense and every oth^r mo'live will eom Wt H8 tp "serauft^'the 'loefeVticket, and we are not alone by a large 'num ber, nor should the Democratic mana gers of the party in thiscou-nty be sur prised at such a result. Let us look at and consider for a moment the various candidates, their ifitness for the re spective office» Vhich they aspire to fill, and their claims upon the citizens and tax-payers of the county. jJFirst oomes the candidate fur the office of county treasurer. The Repub lican candidate is Jonathan Taylor, a resident of this county for the past twenty-eight years, a gentleman of varied atid extensive business experi ence, and a reputation for honesty, straight-forward dealiug and upright ness in the (Uncharge of his duties, fyyth in an official and private capacity., t.iat any man might point to with hon est pride. His record as a public officer is unblemished and unimpeach able, and if lie is not elected to the office of county treasurer, for which lie is a candidate, the people of this county will have cause surely to regret their foolishness in not putting him there. With two such men at thfc helm of county afFiirs as J. D. Lu 1 chance, county auditor, and Jot atban laylor, county treasurer, the people need fear no defalcation nor crooked ness in the administiation of county affairs. Opposed to Mr. Taylor is 8. Stoll, the Democratic nominee for the same office. Or Mr. Stoll \Vj know nex) to nothing, which is the case with most of the people of the county, nineteen out oi' twenty of all the vot ers having neither seen nor heard of him, except as knowing that he was an unsuccessful candidate for register of deeds last v^ir. Indeed, Stoll suems to think that the average intelli gence of the 'people oi'thiacounty :ie of a very low standard and tha* the im portation of .such mt3n as he is of the greatest importance for the weiifare and regeneration of the business ele ment of the county. Perhaps it is, but we fail to see it. County afl'tirs were run very successfully and satisfactorily managed before the egotistic Stoll con descended to take up a residence amongst us and do us the honor of filling an important county office, the most important in the county in one sense of the word. What possible claim he thinks he can have upon the people oi this county, we are at a loss to understand. Comparatively speak ing, an utter stranger, he has shown a greed for office and a disregard for the claims of others that places Uim in anything but an enviable light." He has his reputation yet to make in th.'s county and if he will allow a sugges tion from me, it is, to ad'vis® hitn to show a little more modesty and to hold himself a little more in the back ground and not to crowd out those who are more deserving of nomina tion than himself, for the position he aimed to till. He will probably find, upon the day of election, that there are. not as many idiots in the Demo cratic party as he had counted on. When the party managers will deliber ately pnss by a staunch, old-line Dem ocrat like Nicholas Meyers for the pur pose of putting up a etranger like Stoll, they must not. expect the party to iendorse thei«r action, and if the tiling is repeated tod often, they need not be surprised to wake tip some fine day and find their majority gone like th® dew under a rising sub, gone Where the wood-bine tvVineth. This' county has had its fill, of strangers for official positionsy-andwe urge the Dem ocratic voters of this coitnty to .^end' Mr. Stoll to the right-about face and keep him in the rear until he has e»8 tablished his claim to their suffrages, upon a better foundation than it now stands. When you are less a stranger and have, demonstrated your right to! our confidence, we may under proper conditions, be induced to vote for you until you do we cannot. I, for one, like to know for whom and what kind of a tiaan, we are voting. The next in order are the candidates for sheriff. We are unqualifiedly a Rastcot man. His record for the past year has shown him to be the right mart in the right place, and we predict that not only will he receive the full party vote, bat draw heavily from the ranks of the Republican party, and his excellent record as an officer entitles him to that compliment. The same may be truthfully said of Dr* Guernon-for school superintend ent. Both gentlemen have made rec ords for which they reed not blush. As to the county attorneyship, it is scarcely necessary for any sensible man to state his position. The county commissioners appointed E. II. Farn ham, tha present- Republican-candi MORRISON COKPF MINNESOTA. FRIDAY. OCT. 26,.1888. from a Believe Demv erat* Roy alt an, Minn., Oct fcl, 1883. Editor of the Transcript: The Demo critic eoiinty conveHtion having been held and nominees for tfae various offices placed in the field, it, of course, is the privilege pf all voters in the county to express their opinion concerning the fitness of the candi dates of the two parties and, when they go to the polls, exercise the right to vote for those whom they -proffer irrespective of party ties- and afiillia tions. date, and their selection gave entifl^ satisfaction to the voters of tho county as far as I have been able to learn. R. M. Worthington, the Democratic nom inee, is uot known to have any quali fications for the position, and has no rij^ht to expect the support of the vot ers. It was deemed policy to fill the ticket, however, and Mr. Worthingtou will probably poll as large a vote as a man who is not an attorney could be expected to. I have such regard for the good Kense of my fellow citizens in Morrison county that I consider the election of Farnham a foregone con clusioii. DEMOCRAT. Philadelphia has only 10,000 saloons. Texas organized counties last vear. sixty-eight new 'Julia- Ward Ho«f«-w«8 in Minneapo lis this week and spoke on woman suf frage. J. I. Case was offered $60,000 last week for his trotter, Jay Eye See, and rtofused the money. Secretary Teller !ia$ decided ap im portant land case in favor of the South ern Minnesota railroad. The total vote for governor in Ohio was 721,404. Hoadly's majority ovor Foraker was 12,429 over all, 1,08:3. It is rumored that au alliance has been made between the Northern Pa cific and the Grand Trunk railroads. A young lady of Black River Fails, Wis., broke up her own funeral the other day by coming £0 life in her coffin. A Massachusetts bride is about to begin housekeeping on $S,000.000. The tendency of poverty-stricken voung people to rush into matrimony seems to be growing. A Kansas! town has legislated against the goat. At. the meeting of the city council at which Billy's fate was sealed he was alluded to as being a '"terror." a "cur^e," and A "ruthlens destroyer." On.Saturday last two Swedes were robbed and thrown from a moving freight train on the Manitoba road near Benson. A warrant was issued for the brakemen, and oife of them captured. The O'Connell murderers arrived in St. Paul on Monday, and were before the court for trial on Tuesday. They plead guiitv, were sentenced to State prison tor life, and taken to their fu ture quarters within a few hours. S"W"_A_iST RIVER FLOVBIXG MILL, WM. E. LEE CO., Prop's. This mill is located in the town of Swan Riv L-r, nve and one-hall'miles southwest- of Littie all*, and hae lately been refitted and new ma elnutuy tiddtd, and every facility furnished for making the lincst grades of flour. Custom work a specialty. YOUNG BROS.' FLOURING MILL, TWO RIVERS, MINN. We give notice to the cilizen of .Morrison county that we have ourFlour tnirMi!l refitted and in good running order and are prepared to Grind Your Grain on Short Notice. We will endeavor Ira give satisfaction to all who favor us with their custom. YOUNG I 'Have Just Received My New Millinery Stock Of Latest Fall Styles. Gall ^iid-exaraihe goods and:prices''at tny shop on Main Street, Little Falls, :ppo$ite Clr^'s drug store. fiEHBUL A MRSf. HAS. MEC HA tJ- NO TICE. Agent wanted to canvass for Nursery Stock. To good men we can give steady employment and wages. L. L. MAY & CO., St. Paul,-Minn. Territorv:- Till- c. SEAL. HA RNESS, COLLARS, WH'PS, Harness Oil* of all kinds kept OP hand. Blacking and leather pre servers. ,.r nois, Iowa, Wiscon sin and Mnnesota. GO TO THE OLD STAND OF MAURXN & MEDVED WHERE YOU WILL FIND A COMPLETE STOCK OF CONSISTING OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, STOVES and HARDWARE LITTLE FALLS, MINN. COFFINS 0ASKSTS. OF ALL SIZES. Parties desiring anything in our line will save money by giving us a call before purchasing elsewhere. LITTLE FALLS, M1NN: NEAL & SIMMONS, PROPRIETORS OF THE Over Tattle ChureMXI's. Would Invite all those Who* Want Pictures to Call and'See FThera INSTANTANEOUS WORK A SPECIALTY. I.EFEBVRE &FOISY, Manufacturers and Dealers in SOLD OR Tip £ggT"To Reliable Parties Who Will Make Payment After Harve«t.«^3 BRICK. •T-. 11 I now have a large supply of the finest quality of brick at my yard on the west side, and am prepared to fill all orders. If you want some cheap brick for underpin ins* I can supply yon. Shecial rates on large orders for all kinds «f bricli. 0. DUCLOS. LITTLE KALIS, MISS. The elegant residence formerly oc cupied by the Hon. 0, B. Buckman Lit tle Falls (lot 4, block 41.) ALSO Lot 3, block 80, with dwellihg.hou8e on roF Particulars address -tHAS. EYAXSJtOMi NO. 9. ran MCMHBNMMMMNVi TUTTLE & CHURCHILL, DFALELIS IN N I E SPRING BEDS, MATTRESSES, PIL LOWS, CARPETS, TRUNKS, SATCHELS, CURTAINS, WALL PIPES. FRAMES C5?©%!LnE'-T SKTTS, 15AISY CARRIAGES: EXPRESS WAGON'S, &e., &«. ALSO F. B. SIMMOKS. Ctrl SADDLES, BLANKETS. ROB EI, We are making 1 specialty now of giving bargains to farmers Call aad «e us. IIY rti't •x 'Ji.: ».& .'k. SaaKJtepirtsi,Mina.