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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 23 January 1885

Tb« JDegi'edation of Politic*. Krotn ttuuCeiunrv (ot January. The campaign wl»i«h has recently doted b«s beent'iccptlonal in many way*' ehiefLy *«cau«e «f the damage which it .has wrought upon public morals. The nation cannot forto many months r*soke itself intoa eoniineatai school for scandal vifhout. MilTeriug untold injuries, and ^riiuiHtiong will p«s* Iwlore tht* harvtbtt ill all be gathered from lite seeds of corruption sown in this campaign. Not only Imve innocent minds been polluted by (be vile stories kept in '.-.irou lalion, aud honest conscience* perverted the specious reasonings about the Jaw* of ho«or and bom-nty, the amount of trickery and employed hi The cmnpaigh has Ueen notable not only for its perversion of the truth, but for its comparative disuse of sober and earnest discussion. The chief depend­ ence has not been upon atsrunK.ni, but upou parades and what are CM!ltd "dem­ onstrations." It is true that processions aud spectacular devices have long been resorted to...

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. — 30 January 1885

VOT. 9- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. E II. FABSMAH, Attorney atlaw, l^LTLE FALLS, as IAJ»J» MINN. JOHN M. GOET2, ATTOKHEV AT I.AW. G**»a« spoh«n IuMinsaKu ftud aelUN-tfon*. Off)o« at the *owrtfhoB»a. I.MI.P: KAJXS. MIXW A- BLVAS. LRNDBWH A h.V. STOHKY. BIUA, ATTORNRYSJAT LAW. 0&c« !ii Ir. 9i»niOM* tamer oAce. UTTTJE FAI*, .... MI*K. P. T. CAIJM»VK. STOREY CAMIOtK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW- ©FLLCE at the Court H««se. LITTLB RALLS, WIS*. ^NRRLCHARDSON, ^DORUTY FIND Couns#ll®r at for SSL«. orncE UW. AG«N* for M'.» America* Agency A Collection Co. nay* and m»11 ant* !n»n* ctr «•«. Ate® ha* luruB cb*t«e FIS)4 M4 T*WM lot# for (TLS. LITTLE FALL?, MIXN. LYMAN SIGN OR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, *0**tS0K COL'NTT, MI**- Wilt fuTBlJtti Ab«tr»0i« of Title. Taxes. 8! AT^COCRT novss, LTTTLK FALl.§, LHH HOTDE, Clark of the District Court. Scvapth Jsdieial DUiriet. MOWUSOFLLCOTHTT, M-Kntrlfta of filing Ktnut „K,R U«ai (.««! RliSlNESS will OE LITTLE FALLS. MIWK. CARDS. 0. A. CHURCHILL, REAL F.8TATE"A KANCF.. OtiX* at T...

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. — 30 January 1885

little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. New York wholesale merchants re­ port collections good, stocks low throughout the country, and the demand lor commodities increasing. Last year was not a particularly bright one for business in New York "but according to the figures of the tax' commissioners there was an increase of nearly $60,000,000 in the value of real estate. Not a bad showing, is it, for a year that played so much mischief in "Wall street, and among speculators in general. Missouri is sometimes set down as a backward State, yet its permanent Bchool fund amounts to over ten millions of dollars, and in all other respects the State is in a highly prosperous condi­ tion. The State last year expended from the interest of this fund aad taxa­ tion $5,738,000 for school purposes, and has school property valued at nearly nine millions of dollars. An article in Brad street's from the peu of D. L. B. Johnston, of St. Paul, shows that five times dur...

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. — 30 January 1885

PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS. Senate.—A bill was reported favorably from the committee on public lands, to provide that whenever lands harl bpen withdrawn from sale because of grants made to aid intornal improve­ ments, and such withdrawals had been after­ ward terminated, or whore the lands weie re­ duced in pncoto $1.25 par acre, and eui lands had been purchased in good faith, and patents obtained therefor, without Lav­ ing first been proclaimed by the presi­ dent, Buch patent shall be valid, "whero- 011, on the 2/ith day of January, there are no conflicting claims." The senate proceeded 13 the consideration of bills upon ibe calendar. Among tho bills passed was one authorizing the president to appoint A commiosion consis­ ting of one or inore army officers, to act in con­ junction with the State of Texas to ascertain and mark the point where the lOOtli meridian of longitude crossed tho Red river, aud appro- I printing $lu.0U) for tho necea3ary expenses of thp commiwsion. The house bil...

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. — 30 January 1885

I.ID*J: Dry Goods, 01 0\K S i!aj.jjw3m!i AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP GASH STORE Boots & Shoes Keady-made Clothing' WAGON SHOP AND FEED MILL STREET, WEST OF THE HEBCHWTS HOTEL. At my Feed Mill I am now prepared to Grind Feed, Buckwheat, Graham, and Corn M«\«i' for family use. Also do a!! kinds of general W OOD AND IKON WORK. Wagons, .Sleighs,JEtc., made and repaired. Sasli, Doors and.1Bliiid.s Window and Door Frames made order in the best of ?iyle. All kinds of Carpen­ ter and Joiuerwork done to order. A BLACKSMITH SHOP In connection, with a eompeteni man in charge. Shiciul atteation given to Horsy-Shoeing. JOBL]N~ COLE, J.W. BERG -DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARD WARD, All kinds of mechanics'and farming tools 1? ROVED HOWE ^(A 3 ng Paper, Glass, Putty' of Paris, Plastering IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Coppe^and Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing prompt!}' done. NEW LIVERY STABLEl Ph. Gross, Proprietor. I have just opened a new livery stable in Little Falls, and those wishing First...

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. — 30 January 1885

More About Fire Protection. Another public meeting of the citi­ zens and ix payers of this village will be hold at Gr.es' store building to-morrow evening to hear tho report of the committee of ton, appointed :it tho etinit lit hi two weeks ago, on |(,p the question pr.' idi nc no in menus of protection from fire, the commit* A ui.-« tir»ir hi^t S.lurday wening. «»:t• 1 tho mailer was disttttssod \t i: nsi deruMb*. length. I KWV have been was stated th:U to iv- tii« interest on tin*, bond* Tu-sday on Imsir.ess V-Jiich wo iM he required f-r a r.om- !'vnst-v party. plote system of water works, and the Hun (J. fi RucVman expt*use of rum :nr them' would re- litmbrr ynrcl here und qiii'ro a ta^ of neail.v two cents on the pnwent villas af .«r*,mci.t, ami it w«ft urn'- rail admitted that such tt plan Wit do 1 present advisable. Some w.'io in fiv ir of a chemical rui-.i it if f-uite probable thai the meet ini: in-iiiu! row ev-.Miins will be urged to tikf nio-.v tow.'i*! getting o»:e Mr. ri...

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. — 30 January 1885

Destructive Dynamite. Lojtdon, Jan. 21.—An explosion occurred at 2 p. ni. in the Whivo Tower, and ten min utes later two explosions took place in the parliament houses. The houses of parlia mono and government offices wore severely Khaken and consideratalo damage done. Tha socond came about three minutes after the first. One was near the house of com-1 mons the other near Westminster hall. Aj quantity of explosive matter had been j)lari.-il inside the great ornamental j»ates ieading to the crypt under Westminster I ball. These gateR were blown off the hinges urid thrown to the ground, All the windows on the nort/h litul south sides of the immense build lug were blown to atoms. The concussion shook down from the i^rand oak roof of the hall tho accumulated soot of centuries. Thin, in its downward movement, made a dense K.. Icri.uimx!. Its force also knocked down two other policemen standing in the vicinity and stunned the in. A lady and gentleman stand­ ing near the officer who had th...

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. — 30 January 1885

THE HIMKSOTA LEGISliTUEB. SENATE wo bills rcdactnjf "tbeTate of Inter­ est on sales of public landa fi'Om "1 tot) par cent vrera pasnecl —one bill bain& retroactive after June 1,1835. Bills were introduced providing for the location of a second Mate's prtaon by a' rw»n.t»ri r\t /vnmmiualnnArii1 amAnHincr iho nr.t, rftla- board of commtBaionere amending the act rela­ tive to Inspection of oil Inland to prevent deception in the sale of dairy minors who ob jjijoritv! Appro­ priating $-1,000 for repair? on state capitol. The concurrent resolution relative to the acquirement vat^rs to prevent deception in the products proviilink Renames for mi taiin liquor under tpretfeufte 6f%tijc of fqur years unless -recantedincom­ petency, neglect, ctc. Aokerman's bill provides against the Bale of any article of food made from unclean, Im­ pure, unhealthy, adulterated or unvrlijfrle some milk, and excepts cheese made from millr.that has bcWin skimmed. Violation is punishable b1' a Hue of not less...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 30 January 1885

5SR ROLLER SKATING. Notes on tu« Oriifta a«d Mar* veh)M Peptriatily. TkajpfMMin of roller skating has be tlMlipNAH fopular reereatien of tks day, andT*** Incredibly abort sptce of lime. Being an innocent and health prjdttclnf amusement there is no came for wonder at tfce remarkable and ever tacreeelng •ttiUee ii kas made In p»pu. lar favor. It ie so thoroughly and per recti? adapted to younig *nd old, to all members of the family, and to ike weak and strong, that It would indeed have been surprising if it had not been appre­ ciated by parents and the public geaeral. "volets." It ksd Ave nariow wheels in a eingis row, so arranged that but two of them wore on the floor at the same time. The nect ekate, so far as can be ascer­ tained, waa made In 1888, and patentsd 41 Francs. Twenty yeara later in April, i«4*, aaother skaie waa brought to tke atteution of the public, being flrat exhi­ bited at tke Paris opera. Tke next year one ttidmoa produced a somewhat dif­ ferent style of roller sk...

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. — 6 February 1885

wv. •t:: VOI. 9. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. !.»?« I. Attorney At l»w, LITTLE FALLS, .... MIKK. JOHN M. GOETZ, attorney at i:a w. r.orsnun *jvA*n. Tirtwarw»i- r»1- e»lkdIM«. Onk-cHt the (.' -urllhou* LTfTf.K Vkt.lA, MINN A. U.M-ntnfiM. L. TV. KUJA LINDBKRGIT & BILLS, ATTORNEYS., AT LAW. 'fiteice Iii Tt. Simmons* fanner office. XltXtE VA LS, MIS'N. 'Aiyv-erouBv. D. T. CAIiHOX'U. STOREY & ALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. ~N. RICHAKD^SON, Atteruey and Counsellor at Law. Agent for tho 'American Agency & Collection Co. Buys MIX! F^lls real estate, tuid loans nnuity en (mine. Also ban a Iiitkc nxiount of cfc-i-v tand and viwn lots forsalo. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH. attorney at Law. Office tirst (io.-.r wen of the Popular rink.— UTTLK FAI.1.3. MINN. oillcjiwl. LYMAN SIGKOK,, REGISTER OK DEEDS, MORlltSOK rOI NTY, MI'N. WiH funitnh Abstracts of Title. 'Pay Taxes. Bh Lands for Su'if. OFFICK at coukt house, LITTLE FALLS, MINN tm HOI'IJE, Clerk...

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. — 6 February 1885

?V^V yfcyv- 'V-. i::! "*H x, I S! il !'i I W: ?,.• r, C- Little Falls Transcript. W, M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. Referring- to a theory of scientists, in discussing earthquakes, that the bowels jof the earth aro a seething mass of fiit 'and that thoro is danger of the world growing hotter and hotter until th« English judges, as well as statesmen, ire proverbially long-lived, especiall)' judges. No Km Debates it Una four English judicial labors after attaining the agfa of fourscore years. They are Vice Chancellor Bacon, who is in his 87th Judge Petomlorff, in his 80th Judge Hulton, in his 83d and Judge Bayley, of the Westminster County Court, also in his 83d year. There are many other judges who aro verging towards tho ages of those named. Exports of American staples are still I tunning far ahead of the figures of twelve months agx During the week ended January 10 tho value of bread stuffs and cottou tilone, exported from tho Atlantic and Gulf ports, was $2, 300,00...

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. — 6 February 1885

HELEMRE. Bis came to our door one dreary No­ vember day in a pouring rain, and begged in broken English that we would take her into our service. Sho belonged to a miserable French Canadian family that had lived in the city for many years but, shiftless and degraded as they were, it was evident from the young girl's account, that they considered her the black sheep among them and her mother, always harsh "with her, for some reason had recently grown more so, until that morning, af tor an unusually cruel beating, Hele ore— she said her name was Helenore Baldeau—had fled from under her hand, and shaking off the dust of her native alley, wandered, sho neither know nor cared whither, till hanger and fatigue led her to seek a shelter with us. Her plain arid somewhat heavy faco was swollen and red with weeping, and there was a look of pleading in her great soft black eyes that was difficult to resist. 'Oh, if you would but try me!" she said. "I can do good many tings I care only for some b...

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. — 6 February 1885

And time. Dry Goods, LITTLE FALLS MEAT MARKET. 68- Ail kinds ot Fr»gh Meats. Sausage*, Hams. Lard, and everything Boots & Shoes tih- aalljr kept in first elnss rosnt mrrlrtl, constantly on ba»d. LITTLE FALLS, MINX. We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the Bring in your HIGHBSTCaSH PR.IOBS For the same. BEEE, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C. get you cash every We want to see you. J. P. SMITH. AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP GASH STORE Keady-made Clothing J. W. BERG —DEALER IK— HEAVY & SHELF HARD WARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools PROVED HOWE SCAT. E imm 11 Paper, Glass, Patty1 of Paris, Plaster ing IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Ooppor-and Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. LITTLE FALLS LUMBER CO Mnafaetvucr of »nd dealer in PINE LUMBER. R)ugU and Dressed/*all kinds, Shingles, Pickets, Sash, Doors, and Building Paper. ills Sawed to Order. Little Falls, Minn. JAMES STUART DBALKR 111 STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES AND A FULL LINE O...

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. — 6 February 1885

•Pet Liitiv"" n» 11 RV.U?- '1 .- AMDSMENTS- Xancest» Masquerades, Iramflt Ic Eutei'tainiiieiittf, Etc. Social entertainments of eueh nnrrj- her itixl variety have been annoumtu OLL'B DANt'L' TOEiSOAY KVKNTXG. T!ic managers of the club dance have, tardy: changed the day of giving it next week Rose Vasaly, to Tuesday evening, as the orchestra aii'lher engagement fur Friday evening. It will be given at the Popu­ lar rink, as usual, on next Tuesday evening, Fob. 10, and al! are invited to attend. Admission i-.s usual—ladies will be ndniitted free awi pay 10 cents for skating. gentleman will pay 50 cents for admission and skating. The u-mal goed mivsic will be provided. OKA NO BENEVTF JULI.. supper, per couple, •ki w.tmmt sapper,, gent and biuies, $1.50. tation is extended. SOCIAL DA NO: BY THE ORC imSTiA. A social dance under the uu.'.pice® of ths Excelsior orchestra, will btj ^iven at Milo Porter's residence on the we,it side ou Friday evening, Feb. I'7., 'ibis will bo the last tla :ce...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 6 February 1885

-4 L'EUB nousE or ciufi.y. Thcrn was a house—a house of clay, Wiiorin the irumtos sang all day, Merry and poor. For Hope sat iikowiso heart to heart, 1-ond and kind—fond?md kind, Vowing ho never would depart— Till sdl at oiii.'f! ho changed his mind— "Sweetheart good-bye!" ho slipped away, And shut the door. But Ixvo citmo paHt, and looking in, With Smile* that pierced like sunshine thin, Through wall, roof, floor, Stood in thy midst of that poor room, Grand and fair—grand and fair, Making a glory out of gloom, Till at tho window mocked old care— Lore aighod—, nll loae and nothing win?" Ho shut tho door. Then o'or tho barred house of clay, Kind jasmino ami clematis gray Grow evermore— And hood hummed merrily outside Loud and strong—loud and strong, The inner HilentneHH to hido, The stead fan silonco all day long— Till evening touched with linger gray Tho close-shut door. Mont like tho next, that passes by, "Will ho the j.ngel whose calm eye Marks* rich, marks poor Who, pausing not u...

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. — 6 February 1885

fi if" SATING BEFORE SLEEPING. Journalist's Experience of Value is Mankind in General. Davirt M. Stono in N. ¥. Journal of Commerco. The notion is widely prevalent that it is unhealthy to eat late at night or just before retiring. This came from the severe denunciation of "late suppers" contained in nearly all the old popular works on diet. The argument in these publications was not directed against the food at a late hour in the day, but against what was involved in a late sup­ per, at a period when the revelers slipped from the chairs and spent the night under the table, or were carried by waiting lackeys insensible to their beds. It was the midnight debauch that was the object of attack, and even here it was less the gluttony than the drunkenness which alarmed the doctors and called forth their reprehensions. A man may induce apoplexy by gorging himself with food at auy hour of the day, but the bottle after bottle of heady wino or the bowls of hot punch at the evening revel wero ...

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. — 6 February 1885

:\-J' -'..I r- i-. I frsai tbeSmlaeidSaitiMl. A coopleof Moriiwn preachers are said to htive beeii in the neighborhood south -of I lie railroad shops the past week try iug (a make converts to their 90 called religion- A number of parents in thl* city *ug g«*t tlK propriety of not having the pub \e scliftola open on tlaya when the ther­ mometer stnmla from twenty to forty degrees below zero in the inoraing. Parents do not wish to keep their child, mi oat of gchooll when it is open, an ac counrt of the trouble it makes for both the pupila and their teachers, but. they do not like to send them to school on such fearfully c«!d mornings. A number of Tupil# have trozeir their noses and lingers lately. A fire broke out in Kelleher's sa'oon on Front airtet Thursday morning at three o'clock. The fire department WHS promptly on hand and 9000 had a stream playing on the fire. The water works gate ajood pleasure. Without the lire department and the water works the entire block clear around to t...

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. — 13 February 1885

I !l- WW?* IKifc fi5»sw' 15S»s1''«4^* .. .'"i -yr •*jaii i'.- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Leffnl. A H. FABNHAH, Attorney mt Xaw. LITTLE" FALLS, MINN. JOHN M. GOETZ, ATTORXKV AT LAW. fiennau f)ok«n. Iiwurai»oe and collections. Office *t the rourt|biiMi«. LITTLE FALIA MIVX C. A. I-INPUKROtf. L. vr. A.F. BTOKKY. STOREY Bill*. X/IKDBEKOH A BILLS, AITOBNKTSiAT LAW. Offioeta Dr. SwumoBt' forum office. t-ITTLK IMS, KINK D. CAiawtm. ft CA1.HOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW- Office at the Court Honse. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for ttia American Agency & Collection Co. fcnrs and sells real e*Ut«, and loans money ttn Kime. Also ha* a large a»wunt of choice land Mid toTvu lots for wile. LITTLE PALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH! Attorney at lav. —Ofllco first door WMt of the Popular rink.— LITTLE FALL8. MINN. OfflolaL LYMAN SIGNOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRISON CCfCHTY, MINK. Will ftirrtlnh Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. 1 Land* for Sal«. OFFICE ATICOUKT HOUSK, lifTTLB FALLS...

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. — 13 February 1885

(j1- **i Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. John Taylor, the ormou President, in a reeent address, complained o&$he persecutions to which Mormons are subjected, and hinted that they would make another flight for safety, and to a foreign country. Mrs. Dudley, the English woman who attempted to kill O'Donovan Bossa, is admitted to have been at a former peri* odof unsound mind, and this will prob­ ably be her line of defense for the shooting of Bossa. Undoubtedly she is what is known here as a "crank" of the style of Guiteau, as assassins usual­ ly are. Though the Cullom interstate com­ merce bill passed the Senate by a large mojority, there being only twelve votes in the negative, it is pretty certain to «*il in the House, which adopted the xCeagan bill by a handsome majority. A compromise is barely possible, but the impression prevails that the whole matter will go over to another session. John Bright states that in his estima­ tion one of ...

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. — 13 February 1885

A WO TEAKS, "No team to weep!" And wherefore not? Say is thy Borrow suoh? And has thy heart no tender spot That (sympathy may touch? Can no kiud word unlock the springs, And give thy tears their flow? Are hamau woes eucb Helflah things That none thoir depths may know? "No teare to weep!" Nay, speak not thus, For tears can bring relief, And God has Bent them unto a* To. wash away our grief. When earthly Borrow, pain and cure Our souls in sadness steep, We pray to him who lieareth prayer To send us tears to weep. Tis true the world is sometimes dark With gloomy clouds that rise, And trembling Hope, with waning spark, Fade# faintly out—and dies! Bnt when some heavenly vision fair Steals o'er us in our Bleep, Wo wake with joy to feel that there- There are no teare to we«9. WS WIFE. I never saw his face, nor hers. But I sometimes saw his hands, long and thin and white, with that pallor peculiar to plants grown in the dark and huxaAi beings shut out from light and air. It was midsummer, a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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