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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 June 1885

•tv f/ 9 V) O a &" o. 3 a U- •Village Council. A special meeting of th' ,f: 1 vjlln.re eour..! 'oil was held at the recorders office Ou June 10, 1K--5, it 8 o'eloc 1 .' t. tc. Present—Peter Medv-d. prfiddw.t P. H. Gross ni.d' L. E. Richard. fees C. O. Simtnous, recorder E. H. Farnham, attorney. The council having opened fill the bids for piiinting the bridge ncro?s the Mississippi river, it was ascertained that Henry PeniKu-k was the lowest. bidder, and the contract, was awarded to him at his bid subject to lu.s ''-"lolitneni furnishing *:iti.- f.ietory bonds for the faithful |.erfrniitKco of the contract, r.n 1 subject to the fallowing commit-j t''e: Peter .Mt-dved, Ph. if. Gross nd L. J'!. Tticl.md. The village attorney waf instructed to draw bonds for the contract. Moved and seconded tie? Atfomev ,, 11 I .. iii'.i hit^on, c,. 11. rut nliniii act as a committee to Council adjourned. The expen.-ivc barn, granary* :d other buildings, on Richard JXedl's d'..nn in 'Green Prairie h...

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. — 12 June 1885

'••-t •. v: 1 ••V.,'.'. UVS, DEATH AX VTOLMTZY, And what is Life? I pray yon tell A sluggard's paradise, Whore foolH and idlers flourish well And troubled winds ne'er rise? All, no, my child! A battle-field Where each must tafeo aside And 'midst the strife a sabre wield And to the vanguard ride. Then what Death? I beg you tell A pall, a shroud, a bier, A sudden dirgo, a funeral knell And friends who watoh and fear? Ah, no, my child! 'Tis but a night Of quiet, peaceful sleep When morning brings the golden light Bod watchers cease to keep. Eternity! Say, what is it? A cold and darkened tomb, Where hope is vain and hopers sit And wait long years their doom? All, no, my child! One common breath Will waft you to its shore— There sicknoHs, sorrow, pain and deat* Are felt and feared no moro. SHE UNDERSTOOD. last Chapter of a Story. BY BVET.YN THORPE. For the Now York Mercury. Dr. Irving was in some respects a peculiar man. Other men -were not al­ ways snre that they liked him. With women i...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 June 1885

Arrtttl. *O *MWanM#m win. Giv&^s rett on the old, eiU jokes, And let ns h&vo uomething new X*t tip on the plaihboraad mother-in-law, Asa the flirting poMctmaa—do! Let 11a he*r no note ®f the br&inleta dade, Or the girl who devours ice-cream, And pnt tue husband who stays oat late Tn nla little bed to dream. Is there reason fr rhyme that the Vassaf girl Should wori^the editors so? And the squibs on tho size of Chicago's shoes Grew staid, ah! long, long ago. Set Oscar Wilde on the ice to cool, How too,too overdone, And give tis a rest on these worn-out jokes, "We dooUno to consider them fun. Philadelphia News. PARTED AM) BECIiTED Or,HdwlC'Wronged My Paithfal Husband I erttered this wood an lionr ago, yet I tftaml here still. My brain seems reeling. An awful sorrow has crushed xae. Sixty minutes ago I was a youngs liftpm' girl—a bri{}e of two months'1 standing. With light step I came gaily down thii woodland path, an 4! •saw—my hnsbaiKl, with another woman in his embrace! ®...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 June 1885

5 'i I fanner at In Mobile Bay. for the fleet and for the oonn wasa man in oommand that equal to, tiie emergency—'* man whoae eagle eyi&igrasped every detail of the fight, while he possessed the skill to direct mid the nerve and .ability to exe­ cute. There was no lime for doubt or telay. Had he hesitated, the fortune Ihe 3ay must havebw. •*&>*«*. The Admiral was standing the fattock the Unie and ptoce aforesaid, judgment will be shrouds, under th*e mam-top—a position rA™l »«_ .*, •,* duced by SHin plain tins forsacn su above the smoke, irem which he coma h«H »how themselves entitled to. take in the whole situation, and could communicate with the pilot in the main­ top, and with the Fleet-Captain and exe­ cutive officer on the deck beneath. For several years there has been a discussion in the papers and magazines of the coun­ try as to the Admiral's being lashed to the riggiCig." The writer has no light to throw on the subject. Farnigut was standing in the shrouds, as des...

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. — 19 June 1885

r"f E. H. FABSHAM, Attorney at 'Xftrctr. LITTLE FALLS, MINX. C.' A. frxiKKKGir.. W. BIHLS. LINDBERGH & BILLS, ATTORNEYS AT liAW. Office in Dr. Simmon*' former oftiof, LITTLE FALS, .. MINN. A. F. STOKKY. ft T. OAIJIOUW. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office ut IhJft Court House. LITTLE FALL^MISN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Agent for tfi* Anglican Agency & Collection Co. Uuys and soils real finct lonns money on fnme. Also hflf* a Ittrjjo ftfeioiiut of ohelfie land and town lcrt» for rate. LITTLE FA]M KilTfN. £. S. SMITH, Attorney at law. —Office first Uoor west of the Papular rink.— LITTLE FALLS, MINN. Ofllcia IYMAH SIGNOR. RTCGISTETl OF DEEDS, jtOUHISON COl'NTY, MIXN. furnish A bstracts of Tivl. Pay Taxes. I1«b Lands for fcnlo. OFFlf E AT.COOUT tfOtTSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN LEON 1101! I)E, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judicial District. MORRISON COUNTY, MI^N, IRr Entries of Homesteads, filing Final Pronl nd any other Lor-at LandOffioe busines...

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. — 19 June 1885

VOl '.)• PROFESSIONAL CARDS. IvOg'JlI. JE. II. FAMHAM, Attorney at-Law. LITTLB FALLS, MINX. A. I.-t 'I. I., W. MMUSKIIG1I & BILLS, A O N E S A A W 0 Vice :i TSimmons' former ofiitv. I.ITrr.K t'AIS. .... MINN. A M'OKKY. n. T. STOREY C'ALHOl'N, ATTOEOYS AT LAW• Office al the Court House. L1TTI/K FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, W A ii,I Attorney and Counselor at Law, Atreni !'or tti« American Agency & Collection Co. 1'iiys uri'l M'ii- .•en! iui! Inntis n'oney on Als" 1'U'H" fiMount of choice ian.l uiid town lijtf- for sale. LI !"FLH FAhL*. MINK. 3E. S. SMITHr attorney at Juaw. --(.et'.ce list v'i .•! v.-st oi'titu l"-i»ulnr rink.— J.ITTf.V. t'Af.i.S, MINN. J..YMAN SIGNOR. ttWUS'VKR OK JDliKDS, ..ion •-n trrs'i'V, n%N. ,n t'nrnW. Is of Tl-lv Pay Ta:.es. liar wl? ior oi A'i.'.'orK'i' iorsK LITTTl- FA .!,-, urn MTNN jieim 'lerk of the Pistrict t'onrl. Fe-.ont'i .T'.uVnM'il Distri-.-r. MOKttlSON' (.'Ol'NTV. .\n\"N, i?n Fntri-s of !i"'ocf«tc!«1s, films Kimil Pr"l nil any l.-.-r U.ral I....

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. — 19 June 1885

little Falls Transcript. W. IL FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. After the weeks spent in debating the high license question the Legislature of Michigan has finally defeated both of "the bills before it. It is'said that the greater part of 'the territory included in Oregon, is a region unknown, remote and compara­ tively uncivilized. Another bank officer in New York has taken $150,000 and -fled to Can­ ada. He was supposed to be a model young man and therefore was not watched, as others were who were not presumed to be in the model line. Secretary Bayard addressed the stu­ dents of Kansas University on "indi­ viduality," and spoke of the despotism of majorities as one of the weaker points of the system of the United States, that must be counteracted by the power of individuality. Rev. Dr. Allen of the Freedman's Aid Society states that colored babies are much more plentiful than white ones in this country. If tho present rate of increase is maintained, by 1985 there will 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. — 19 June 1885

SUNSET. Anil now on ray last cruise I go, And in a lonely quest Yet the wind wakes the strong tides flow, Forever to the west. Good by! All wild and strange the sea, And pleasant is tbe shore: But though the coast he dear to me, I shall return no more. Yet many a golden isle may rise, And uiany a guiding star, Or happy shores of paradise, Where" our beloved are. The eastern sky looks bleak and cpld, But day i9 nearly done: Mv bout rocks in a track of gold— 1 follow the setting sun. G'joii by forever, love! and yet— What mar the darkness hide tn sea or hind, if we two mer, I should be satisfied. —Jf. Kendall, the Magazine of Art. BISMARCK. Everyone thought mo a remarkable !ii' ky youngster when I secured the position of assistant operator the little telegraph office at Ellicott, bat I ooou foilud out that OKI Sump, as the boys called him, never would be in­ vited to join the angel band if he did not sandpaper oil the ragged edges of hiH uneven temper. Jacob .Sampson, properly was my ...

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. — 19 June 1885

9 Rothwell, Taylor & Marriott LITTLE FALLS, MORIirsoK 'Co., We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for $3 to $8 per acre. Terms* «*f Payment lo Suit l?«ircl»asers. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. Lands in UpTON ami MILLL LACS Counti** for S ile.- Pino Lands for sale, Lands bought and sold on commission. Abstracts of Title to Morrison oonnty lands furnished at regular rates. Call on us before pur chasing. Office on Firnt Strict, First door lortk i.f U/u. Iiidlera Stun:, ATA. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes E. W. COLLINS, DEALER IN Agricultural Machinery. A S E A A E O E CHAMPION MACHINES. Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also dealers in A FULLLIXF, OF SCHOOL PVRXITVKE. H0LL1NSW0RTH FAVORITE, AND Tiger Horse Hay Rakes, Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Wagons, Bugies, Etc. Agent for the American Sewing Machine and the Home Insurauce Co., of New York. RETZLAFF &OTREMBA DEALERS IN I). M. Osborne's Light Harvesters and Binders, Reapers and Mowers, MINN K...

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. — 19 June 1885

i.itii jimj.uiiu'yu --Lanils in BENTON ill hi I'M 1 OS. cha-inir. mmt9KTmKxrmi*8k Dry Goods, E. i), JNL REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Eothwell, Taylor & Marriott LHTL'K MoivRisox (JO., MINN. We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for S3 to $8 Term.* «*i" Payment lo Suit Pwrc'liaseru. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. ami a i.MAkkli IN Agricultural Machinery. OsJkh ih iiook Also 1 VP/ /'/.! OF THE CHAMFIOM MACHINES. Self Binders. Reapers, Mowers Also dealers in 1 1 S O O ««!,UNSW0RTH FAVORITE, AND riger Horse Hay Rakes, Harrows, Plows, «f'l Cu !.tivators, Wagons, Bugies, Etc. Agent fur t.!io American Bowing Machine and the Home isnviifauce Co., of New York. RETZLAFF & OTREMBA healers i: :d Tiiomas boi'soliay ndces. Agents per acre. MIU,i: LACS bounties Pino Lands for sal\ Lands I.\it and sold on commission. Abstract'1 of' Morrison comity hunL iunnsbod ATA. TANNEB S CHEAP GASH "RE! Boots & Shoes for Oil !f S mi /'V. .s/ S'i'f''!, I'II'at' '.'or i\i.i Keady-made Clothing' 'S...

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. — 19 June 1885

-j ,MH Drowned at Korth Prall'ie. We take the (ViHowincr from the Inst issue of the St. Cloud Times: On Sunday last, Martin Kiffer, of liroclovav, in roinp iiiv with two other men, attempted to rro^a ti»e Miasi?" Ippi river at Geiss.^l's ferry, in skiff. The lops wore running very thick, find it was necessary to navigate the boat with gront care and to keep the lo xs from striking it. For this purpose the men used poles. In pushing a lor out of the way Kiffcr's pole slipped, and losing his balance he fell into the wa­ ter. One of his companions reached him a pole which he grasped bntcmild not hold, owing to the many logs which filled the stream. He went down and was not seen again. He was unmar­ ried. These particulars we learn from Mr. Win. Gordon. ANOTHF.K ACCOUNT. North Prairie. June 14, 1S85. Mk. Enrrou:—A sad accident hap­ pened hen* yesterday. An old settler of rock way, Martin Kiffer, while crowing the Mississippi on the North Prairie Terry, took a pick po'e help keep the log...

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. — 19 June 1885

FARM MANAGEMENT. Easy Methods of Procuring Sweet-Potato Plants and Caring for Them in the Field. Protecting Trees from insects—General In­ due trial Miscellany. Sweet-Potato Culture. The cultivation of sweet-potatoes, says The Chicago Times, has been greatly extended in this country dur­ ing the past twenty years. Previous to the civil war but few were raised north of the Ohio river. New Jersey and Ohio were tho tirst northern states to engage extensively in sweet-potato culture. They are now raised to some ex to fit in every state in the union. The yield is the largest, the quality the bust, and the cultivation the easiest In the southern states. The sweet potato is of tropical origin, but it is sasily acclimated to all parts of the world where Indian corn will ripen, The crop will not prove to be a very prolitable one to raise for the general tnarkefc in parts of the conn try where dent corn e:in not be ripened. Tim plants require much sunshine and quite a high degree of heat to p...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 19 June 1885

k. 1 I PENC1LINGS FROM LIFE. ohortlv after marriage: "Put your little tootsey wooteiesup to mine, dear." Five years later: "Take them blamed old hoofs away, can't you? Do you want to freeze a fellow?" "Do you consider him a man of ve­ racity?1* "lieh?" "I say, do you consider him a man of veracity?" "Well, there's no tellin' what he might do if he was mad an' had a gun." "Myguod brothor," said the preach­ er to a sick man,-"is there nothing you regret nothing you are sorry for?" "Yes—yes,'"came from the invalid in a whisper. ^'What is it, my good brother?" "Well, I was blamed fool that I didn't sell that gray colt before it broke its leg. 1 was offered 8200 for it, too." "Ma, what do you think? There's a rumor that Mr. Blicks is a married man! Ain't that too bad?" "Tush! Don't you believe it. If he isn't a bachelor there never was one," "But how do you know he is?" "Why, pshaw, child anybody could tell thai by the agonizing look that conie& over him whenever he se^s a baby." "Bu...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 19 June 1885

Alaska as an Investment. "With all their curiosity and all their ••nterprise, the American people have never thought it worth while to give any particular attention to the investment in Alaska, mode for them by Mr. Seward on the North Pacific ocean. After the lapse of eighteen years, we •are just beginning to get at the facts in the cuse, and to Itiarn that the $7,200,000 which the acquisition cost might easily have been put to a much worse use. We received for our mouey tract of 580,107 sfjunre miles* rqual in area to one-sixth of tbe whole United States—or, in other words, the rate paid was not quite two cents pel- iicre, and the profits annually 'derived by.the government from takes on the sen}, products of two little islands alone, amount to more than 4 per cent of the sum in question. It. b»8 been, wisely arranged that only ftfeivpn number of seals (160,000) shall be killed each seas-ao, and thus the fisheries become more and more valuable each year. The seal islands ure leased...

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. — 26 June 1885

+-1» i' ,' I $ I' af VOL 9- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Leapal. iTiLFAMH^ Attorney at Xaw, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. C. A. Lindbehgh. L. W. Bruns. JLINDBERGH & BFLLS, ATTORtfEYSJAT LAW. OJRce in Dr. SlmmouB' fanner offica. rL'lTTfeE FALc, WINN. A.'F. STOHEV. D.'T. CALHOUN. STOtfftf & OAIiHOTJN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office ait the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. ~N. RICHARDSON,• Attorney and Counsellor at law A.jent for tfie American Agency it Collection 'Co. Buys ard sells r^al estate, and loarrs money uu same. Also 'lias a large amount of 'choice Uind and town lifts lor sale. LITTLE PALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH Attorney at law. Office fir6t door vest of the Papular rink.— LITTL'K FALLS. 'Office on second'floor of Mairotte'-K block, Onk St. LITTLE FALLS, MTNTN. BUSINESS CARDS. 0. A. CHURCHILL, lySAT, ESTATE''% JTNSIJBANCK. -Office atTuttle &. Churchill's LITTLE FALLS, MINN. L.J. WltlWHT REAL ESTATE AGENT. Collections Promptly Attemleu t». Oftiee next door to Leon Hourte's, on First Ft reel....

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. — 26 June 1885

Little Falls Transcript. W. It FUULEB, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The Marquis of Salisbury, prospec­ tive Premier of England, is the ablest tory of them all, and a man of great personal dignity, character and ex­ perience. Gladstone, who had weathered great difficultes, owed at last his downfall to a proposition for a small increase of duties on beer and spirits. The bold Briton would not stand interference with his beer. Mr. Phelps, ho new Minister to Eng­ land, made a 'pleasant speech at the dinner given by the Lord Mayor of London to her Majesty's judges. All the papers commend it as being in ex­ cellent taste. Mr. Phelps is somewhat distinguished as a speaker. In two or three states whose legisla­ tures have been in session nearly six months, there is bitter complaint of extravagant and useless expenditures and of unless legislation generally. The people in these states are eagerly over, to let others know demanding either biennial or limited sessions, as a partial reme...

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. — 26 June 1885

THE FIERY DEATH. "To the stake with her! Away with ho sorceress! God'a curse on her for her evil doings shouted the mob. It was early morning, yot even at that hour the judgment hall of the little town of Bourdoimis was thronged with the populace. Hen, women and chil­ dren, old and young, the noble and the burgher, priests, soldiers and common peopl*, crowded the spacious hall and Cried madly for her blood. The evening before a female, closely veiled and attended by two servants, whose dark countenances bespoke the sons of Ethiopia, had arrived at Bour­ donnis and put up at one of the princi­ pal hostelries of the place. Strange rumors soon arose respecting her. Her garb, Iter mien, her language and her complexion were said to be those of a Saracen, against which accused race'the chivalry of Europe and the church it.se!f waned in vain. These ru­ mors gained additional strength when the landlord of the inn where she had stopped was heard to say that he had seen he'r practicing sorcer...

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. — 26 June 1885

«v-i p«sp .,.ja9^w®sgs:s«ii»y v.w'. ''i-4'I^^O 4 %T. .^-'I*-V V-. -. •, A TX"* •, .R ,-, Office an First Strtet, First door north of Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes vfi 1 .]'. V" Rothwell, Taylor & Marriott LITTLE FALLS, MOKIUSOK CO., MINN. We have tor sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for $3 to $8 per acre. Tonnii ^fP*ymeiit.lo Suit Porfhaien. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. —Unto In BENTON and MILLK LAGS Counties for Sale.— Pine Lands for sale. Lands bought and sold on commission. Abstracts of Title to Morrison county lands furnished at regular rates. Call on us before pur­ chasing. TF/n. ATA. TANNER'S OHEAP CASH STORE CHAMPION MACHINES. Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also dealers ia A FULL LINE OF SCHOOL FURNITURE. HQLUNSWOBTH FAVORITE, AMD Tiger Horse Hay Rakes, Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Wagons, Bugies, Etc. Agent for the American Sewing Machine and the Home Insurauce Co., of New York. RETZLAFF & OTREMBA DEALERS IN D.M. Osborne's Light Harvesters and Binders, Reapers ...

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. — 26 June 1885

•x Btfyaltoti Ripplingg. ROTALTOJSV June 25,18S5. Tbetuapire got it in the ear. J. D. Loan's fine residence is ueariug completion. The Episcopal dharch is uadcrgoing tiiebenefits Of a aew coat of*paint. Some bare on'tben* white robes look, lag for the second comisg'of "Observer/ George Pavitt bus a large building under construction to be occupied as a barness shop and residence. Dr. Putney, of the Flour Mill Co.. has taken a .trip ui hUUome in Boston, and will be abMfct about one month. There #a» a match game of base ball on Wednesday We are nimble to give -oar readers the correct score as the records were lost. Mr. and Mrs. John Lonsdale of Dale, Iowa., haye been visiting their children at this place for the p«at week ami made their departure for home on Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Giilpatriek started for Maine on Saturday last to make calls on old acquaintances, as well as taHe in the 'G. A. R. celebration at Portland. We Wish them asafe journey and pleasaut time. Monday witne...

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. — 26 June 1885

PBNCJLLINGS E&OJL LIFE. "How do you explain his success He's not a man of ability, is he?" MtTo not by along shot, but "But what?" "I tell you he can iust more than smirk and look nobby.'' "Did you hear the Thursday evening discourse. Miss Johnson?" '•Yes, sir." '•The theme—was xt before or after the fall?" •'Oh, it was before the fall, profes­ sor, for I hadu't been to the rink at all then.'1 "Spell 'furze,"' said tho stripling school teacher to the barefooted boy with a whole in the knee of his pants. "F-u-r-z-e, furze," said the bov, ruo bing the llies from one leg with Che other foot. "What does it mean?" "Please, sir, it's what grows on your face." "Misler says he was slighted at your house the other night, Brigsley." "Slightod?" "Yes. He says the compauy didn't show him any attention, and he feels bad about it." "He does, ehP Well, he's too much of a fool to know when he is used right. He got blamed nigh as mueh attention as the dog does in Goozeler's family, and they hain...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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