The Hennepin County Mirror, June 1, 1883, p. 1
To the Editor - Geo. A. Brackett's Point Orono will be the garden of the Lake. Mr. B. is having it laid out in lots, probably with the intention of selling.
Mr. Fallar, an enterprising Minneapolis merchant, is having his house repainted, making a fine show. Mr. F. has a number one vineyard; he has worked hard, and the place looks up for it.
Mr. Prior of Minneapolis, is building one of the finest houses on the Lake.
Mr. Hardenburg's place shows signs of life once more; some of the family are out getting ready for the season.
Mr. A. Ramsey has rented his cottage for the season, and it is already occupied.
Parties wishing to see a grand display of fruit, vines, grapes, etc., should visit N. J. Stubbs' nursery and vineyard. You can buy apple trees and vines cheaper than at any other place in the state.
Mr. J. J. Hill has declared his intention of withdrawing from his farm here at the Lake. He has removed some of his building material.
A. Reynolds and family have removed to Oregon; he takes with him the best wishes of his many friends.
Mr. E. W. Dyer of Wilbur House fame will own and run the "Boss" sailboat on this lake. It is being built by S. Dyer of Excelsior.
The LaFayette is nearly completed and ready for the season.
Farmers about here are planting considerable amber cane, some as high as twenty acres. Hope molasses will be a little cheaper this season. S. R. S.
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