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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 30 January 1879

LITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. LITTLE FALLS, JAN. 30, 1879. II. C. STIVERS, Editor and Proprietor. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHURCH OP ST. SALVADOR.—Servi­ ces on Sunday next, at 10.30 A. M. Sunday School at 2J P. M. Yesners at 3 M. CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOR,—Evening prayer with gospel sermon on the first jvr»d third Monday of each month at 7:30 M. Holy Communion on Tncsday nrioruing after each first service for month. KEY. HERBXRT ROOT, Rector. (TO-NGREOATIONAL CHURCH Cor- npr of Chestnut and Fourth streets. Services are held every Sabbath morn i"£T at 11 o'clock. Seats are free, and citizens and strangers are cordially invi­ ted to attend. Sabb'ath school immedi­ ately after morning service. Thursday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. B. W. ROSBVK.RANS, Pastor. LOCAL ITEMS. Frosh Fish at LEON IIOUDE'S. 7*ood wanted immediately on sub­ scription. "L-ist night there was a dance at the residence of F. N. Foster, a mile west town. A now postoffice is about to be es­ tablished at Gravel's mill on Platte liver...

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 1879

LITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. LITTLE FALLS, L'KB FL, 1879. Terms, $1.50 per Annum. H. C, STIVERS, Editor a:ul Proprietor. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. .A-. J. CLiVlrtK, ATTORNEY A.T LAW Office, corner of Oak And second slroats. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. D. TINGLE, ATTORNEY at LAW. LITTLE FALLS, MINN We transact any n.nd PV.TJ MJ. c'ass of busi­ ness at Washington for soldiers, their orphans and widows or othors, Wo obtain patents, collect bounty, fcc„ Ac. Wa colloot tnoncy promptly in Morrison County and charge ONLY *BN per cent. ADVICE FREE. Koferenocs, Hon. Gcorgo Dor.nis, U. S. Sen­ ate Hon. Jghn .'J. Glover, M. C., Washing­ ton, D. C., and all the officers of Shol'oy Coun­ ty, J. D. LACHANCE, 4* COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to collections, pay taxes, redeem lands from tux sales, &c. in Mor­ rison and adjoining counties. Oilice at Court House, Littlo Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota, DR. A. GUERNON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOa, AND— U. S. PENSION EXAMINING SURGEON. Will promptly attend to all busin...

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 1879

Little falls Transcript. H. C. STIVERS, Kditorand Proprietor. LITTLE FAIiLS, MINN OUBEENT TOPICS. The citizens of Alaska have shown, an example to older Territories, and to some older States^ in. giving a murderer a fair trial by jury, and then carrying out the sentence of the Lynch court in a decent manner. The proposed reapportionment of In­ diana will give the Democrats nine Con­ gressional districts, six secure and the others having Democratic majorities of 446, 871 and 928, and the Republicans four, with majorities ranging from 1,284 up to 6,249. Bishop Simpson discusses his third Yale lectui the personal habits of the minister. He says that in some places congregations are unwilling to receive a minister who uses tobacco, and that many families almost dread the visits of such ministers, lest their growing sons should be led to form the habit from the exam­ ple of the minister. The Mecca of Connecticut Baptist churches is a cluster of large rocks near the Second Baptist church ...

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 1879

Light and Shade. Would love be love without love's sigh? Would rest be rest, were toll unheard? Would joy be joy, If pain could die? Of flight be flight, to winga unsnared? Would home be home, Were cares unknown Would litrht be light, were darkness dead? Would wheat be wheat*were tares unsown? Or hope be hope, If doubts were fled Would heights be grand, were Ways less steep Would snores be blest, were seas untossed Would smileabe fair did we not weep? Our loved so dear, were hearts unlost? Oh, calm is deep, though storms are loud And flowers are gay through winter's heath And stars more bright where looms the cloud Thank God for life, thank God for death! A RACE FOB A SWEET HE AT. Hardly any event creates a stronger sensation a thinly settled New En­ gland village, especially among the youDg folks, than the arrival ot a tresh and blooming miss, who mes to mak her abode in the neighborhoo When therefore, Squire Johnson, the only lawe yer in the place, and a very respectable man of co...

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 1879

UTILE FALLS, FEB. V8Tft C. STIVERS^ Editor and- Proprietor. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHTJUOH OF ST. SALVADOR.—Servi­ ces on Sunday next, at 10.30 A. M. Sunday School at 2J P. A{.. Yeapei?s at IP M, CAR RGH or OUR SATIORv—Evening grayer with gospel sermon on the first end third Monday of each month at 7:80 *£. Holy Communion on Tuesday aioroing after each first service for month. REV. HKRBKRT ROOT, Rector. F-ONGREO ATIONAL CHURCH—COR­ ner of Chestnut and- Fourth streets. Services are held every Sabbath morn inc at 11 o'clock. Seats are free, and citizens aad strangers are cordially invi­ ted to attend. Sabbath school immedi­ ately after morning service. Thursday •vaning meeting at 8 o'clock. D. W. ROSEVKRANS, Pastor. LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. Samuel Munoy, of Two Rivers, i- verj- sick. Iliia time tbo happy parents are Mr and Mrs. R. H. Paiue. It is a girl. Smokod and Fresh Sausage at L. WORTHINGTON & CO.'S. Dr Simmons informs us that five of Antoine Bissou's children are sick with abdominal typh...

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 1879

LITTLE FALLS TR.MPT. LITTLE FALLS, FEB 13, 1879. Terms, $1.50 per Annum. H. C. STIVERS, Editor and Proprietor. BUSINESS DIRECTORY A. J. CLARK, ATTORNEY A.T LAW Office, corner of Oak and second streets, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. D. TIlSraLE, ATTORNEY at LAW. LITTLE FALLS, MINN PROBATE COURT Regular terms of the Probate Court for Mor­ rison County, will be held at the Court House, 011 the first Monday of each month. The Judgo of Probate will be at the Court House every Monday, and so loug thereafter aa may be neoossary to transaot the business of his office. I will alio draw deeds, mortgages, bonds, tto., ^-e. And I will make a specialty of transacting any kind of business for^roy Ger­ man fellow-citizens who are unable to expresu themselves in English. PETER NEWMAN. Judgo of Probate J. D. LACHANCE. COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to collections, pay taxes, redeem lands from tax sales, &c. in Mor­ rison and adjoining counties. Office at Court House, Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnes...

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 1879

Little Falls til. C. STIVERS, proprietor. LITTLE FALLS, i,' M»SK NEWS OF ME WEEK VHI31158 ANU%MBIVAtA4 I The jury in ffir^SSroTBdlitti, oirtrteK for murder at Indianapolis, haya returned verdict of not guiuy '.' Mrs. Jennie R. Smith, W'd jw of pjliCe man Smith of JersyCltyVWas *n trial Febdl), ou the charge of killing lier husband. A jury •was obtained without delay. A Methodist preacher hailing from the North, named, Knox, has been attested at Columbia, Tenn., on a charge of having at tempted an outrage on the person of Mrs. Leetz. At Harrodsburg, Ky., Oscar Freeman shot and killed James II. Gibbons. Gibbons had charged Freeman with familiarity with his w.fe, a quarrsl and the shooting being the result. VM A Portland telegram of Feb. 8th, says John O Winship, lawyer, and Postmaster Swett, of Windham, have been sentenced each to $1,000 fine and one year In the cqpiifcty, jail for conspiring to defraud creditors. A Baltimore telegram of Feb. 8, says Daniel Sullivan, for voting illega...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 13 February 1879

The End- Tlie^ oiiriae of the weariest river. E -ds in the great gray sea The11 acorn, forever and eVeY, Strives upward.taHie tree. The rainbow, the 8ky adorning, Shines promise through the storm ho glimmering of the coming moraine Through midnight gl«om will form, By time all knots are riven, Qomplox although thev be, And peacc will at last be'given, Dear, both ,to ypu and me. Then, though the path may be dreary, Look onward to the goal Though the heart and the head be weary, Let faith inspire the aoul, Seek the right, though the wrong be tempt ing Speak truth at any cost Vain is all weak exempting When once the gem Is lost. Let strong hand and keen eye be ready For plain and ambushed foes Thought earnest and fancy steady Bear best unto the close. The heavy clouds may be ralnlng- R»t with evening comes the iight Through the dark are low winds complain­ ing, Tet the sunrise glides the height And love has hidden treasure For the patient and pure And time gives its fullest measure To ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 13 February 1879

llfTLE FALL&TBMSCRIPT. LITTLE FALLS, FEB. 13, 1879. H. C. STIVERS, Kditor snd Proprietor. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHURCH OK ST. SAI.VAIOB.--8ervi ces on Sunday next, at 10.80 A. M. Sunday School at 21 P. M. Vespers at M. Church or Oub Sayiok.—Evening grayer with gospel sermon on the first and third Monday of each month at 7:30 m. Holy Communion on Tuesday morning after each first service for month. Bsv. Hibbsst Boot, Rector. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH—Cor­ ner of Chestnut and Fourth streets. Services are held every Sabbath morn­ ing at 11 o'clock. Seats are free, and Attaens and strangers are cordially invi­ ted to attend. Sabbath sohool iiumedi aHy after morning service. Thursday •voning meeting at 8 o'clock. B. W. Koskvkrans, Pastor. LOCAL ITEMS. No snow and no money. Tho weather cold. hag caught a severe Local news is an usually scarce this week. Stop at the Minnesota House when you are Id St. Cloud. A grand exhibition will soon be given by the publie sohool of Little Jt'alfo. Charles S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 February 1879

LITTLE FALLS TRVSSCftlPT. LITTLE FALLS, FEB 20, 1879 Terms, $1.50 per Annum. H. C. STIVERS, Editor and Proprietor. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. .A— J. CLARK, ATTORNEY A.T LAW Office, corner of Oak and second streets. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. D. TINGLE# ATTORNEY at LAW* LITTLE FALLS, MINN PBOBAT£ COURT Regular terms of the Probate Court for Mor­ rison County, will be held at the Court House, on tho first Monday of each month. The Judge of Probate will be at the Court House •very Monday, and so long thereafter sir 'may be uecessary to transact tho business of his officc. I will also draw deeds, mortgages, bonds, Ac., £o. And I will make a specialty of transacting any kind of business for my Ger­ man fallow-citizens who are unable to expredii themselves in English. PETE It NEWMAN. Judge of Probate J. D. LACHANCE. COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to collections, pay taxes, redeem lands from tax sales, &c. in Mor- fajj rison and adjoining counties. Office at Court House, Little Falls, Morrison Coun...

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. — 20 February 1879

j: Little Falls Transcript. H. C. STI%KR3t Bd'itorand Proprietor. LITTLE FALLS, MINN NEWS OF THE WEEK CHIMES AND CRIMINALS. Feb 15th a crazy son shot his fatho Ira Stewart, at Watertown N. T. Two colfif&i Cooks quarreled in the kitchen of & hotel in jMemphis, when one shot the other, giving a probable mortal wound. Alexander VaughaD, convicted of bal­ lot box stuffing in Petersburgh, Va., has been sentenced to one year in the penetentiary, and to pay a fine of $250 and co3ts. The revenue agent at Burleigh .JS- C. reports capturing a number of distillers and stills and a large quantity of low wines and whisky. In the fight two moonshiners were wounded. \o lw a The 8heriff of Washington county, Pa., lias arrested between sixty and seventy rioting strikers. The commandant of the militia of the district has been instructed tf-«aid the sheriff if necessary. f- A daughter 16 years old, of a" farmer living'near Columbia, 111., was ravished, while on her way to school, by a strappin...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 February 1879

Ib Better^hasJLQl^,^ Better than grandeur, better than gold, Than rank and titles a thousand fold, a healthy body and mind at ease,: And simple pleaaurea that always pleaae A heart that can feel for another's woe, And share its joy with a genial-glow'} With sympathies large .enough to enfold All men as brothers, in better than gold. Better than gold is conscience c&ar, Though toiling for bread in an humble sphere* Doubly blessed with content and health. Untried by the lust or the cares of wealth Lowly living and loftly thought, Adorn and ennoble a poor man's cof For mind and morals, in nature's plan, Are the genuine tests of a gentleman. Better* than gold is the sweet repose Of the? sons of toil wheft their labors close Better thaU gold Is the poor man's sleep, \nd the balm that drops on his slumber deep Bring sleepy draughts to the downy bed. Where luxury pillows its aching head, But he his simple opiate deems A shorter route to the land of dreams.* Better than gold is a a thin...

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. — 20 February 1879

LITTLE FALLS TR ANSCRIPT. LITTLE. FALLS, FEB. 20, 1879. II. C. STIVERS, Editor mid Proprietor. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHURCH OF ST. SALVADOR.—Servi­ ces on Sunday next, at 10.80 A. M. .Simday School at 2$ P. M. Vespers at 3 M. T-HUTWRA OF OUR SAVIOR.—Evening prayer with gospel sermon on the first and third Monday of each mon-th at 7:80 u. Holy Commnnroir on Tnosday mopping after each first service fornionth. REV. HERBERT ROOT, Rector. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Cor­ ner of Chestnut and Fourth streets. Services are held every Sabbath morn­ ing at. 11 o'clock. Seats are froe, and cilizcns and strangers are cordially invi­ ted to attend. Sabbath school iinmedi. ati'ly after morning service. Thursday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. D. W. ROSEVKRANS, Pastor. LOCAL ITEMS. Temperance. I'rcsh Fish at LEON HOUSE'S. Antoir.e Bissouta family are all rc» cohering rapidly. Stop at the Minnesota House when you aie in St Cloud. Captain Taylor, of St. Cloud, was in town last Saturdny and Sunday. Best White Lim...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 27 February 1879

LITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. LITTLE FALLS, FEB 27, 1879. Terms, $1.50 per Annum. H. C. STIVERS, Editor and Proprietor. BUSINESS DIRECTORY J• OTj A RJbL) ATTORNEY AT LAW Oifico, corner of Oak and second streets, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. 3D. TINGLE, ATTORNEY at LAW. LITTLE PALLS, MINN PROBATE COURT Regular terms of the Probate Court for Mor­ rison County, will be held at the Court House, on the first Monday of each month. The Judge of Probate will be at the Court House every Monday, and so long CfieTHHSffSl^* majT bo necessary to transact tUo business of his office. I will also draw deeds, mortgages, bonds, So., tJ*c. And I will make a specialty of transacting any kind of business for my Ger­ man fellow-citizens who are unable to express themselves in English. PETER NEWMAN. Judge of Probate J. D. LACHANCE, COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to collections, pay taxes, redeem lands from tax sales, &c. in Mor­ rison and adjoining counties. Office at Court House, Little Falls, Morrison County, Mi...

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. — 27 February 1879

Little Falls Transcript. H. C. STIVERS, Bditorand Proprietor. LITTLE FALLS, MINN NEWS OF THE WEEK. CRIMES AND CRIMINALS. The Greek Archbishop of Adria nople has been beaten to death by some Bulgarians. Charles W. Angell, the Pullman Car ttompany defaulting aecretary^elt Philadelphia Feb. 34th, in custody for Chicago. A Fort* Worth special says: At 6 o'clock Sundy morning Feb. 23d, the stage hence for Fort Yuma was halted inside of the city limits by three masked highwaymen, two passengers compelled to give up thfeir money, and the mail bags robbed of fourteen registered packages. A Calcutta telegram of Feb. 21st, says, intelligence from Mondalay states that great consternation prevails in consequence of the royal murders. The victims numbered eigty siz. Details of the Massacre, as reported here, are terrible. British interference Is hoped for by the people to prevent more bloodshed. CASUALTIES. A Vienna dispatch says the salt mines at Wielieska have been flooded. The miners were sav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 27 February 1879

The Fashions. CHIT/DBBN'S GAHMRNTS. TJMTttmnei The night wrapper is a- most -useful garment for a child to wear when, ill, or. when being carried from room to room* or taken up from a warm bed at night :.t day-drawers is dot' intended for constant wear at night over a nisht-gowu, but fo- occasions of unusual exposure to cold. It is of simple sacque 8hape, with no seams except those under the arms, whifch are slightly sloped, and the shoulder seams. It is buttoned down the entire front, and should be long enough to cover the child from throat to foot. It is made of any of the pretty striped or plaid flannels, or it may be of plain white, pink, or blue flannel. To make it thoroughly warm it should be lined tboroughout with white flannel of light quality. It may be made as a double wrapper without raw Beams, though this is not necessary, as the seams do not come in contact with the child's flesh. I' has a turned-over collar, and cuffs that roll back from the wrist, being merely the end...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 27 February 1879

LITTLE FALLS TBAOTIPT. LITTLE FALLS, FEB. 27, 1879 C. STIVERS, Editor and' Proprietor. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHURcn OK ST. SxtVADOtt.—Servi* ess on Sunday next, at 10.30 A. M. Sunday School at 2£ P. M. Vespers at 8 M. CntrRrir OF OUR SAVIOR,.—Evening prayer with gospel sermon on the first and third Monday of cach month at 7:30 M. Holy Communion on- Tuesday morning after each first service for month. KEV. HERBERT ROOT, Rector_ CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH— Cor­ ner of Chestnut and Fourth streets. Services are held every Sabbath morn­ ing at 11 o'clock. Seats are free, and citizens and strangers are cordially invi­ ted to attend. Sabbath school immedi­ ately after morning service. Thursday •veiling meeting at 8 o'clock. B-. W. ROS&VKRANS, Fresh Fish at Pastor. LOCAL ITEMS. The thermometer yesterday morning »tood at 320, below zero. Stnoked and Fresh Sausage at It. YVORTHTNGT€N & Co.'s. D. 0. Goufefc, of St. Paul, was in town the latter part of last week. LEON IIOUDE'S. A pieee of obituar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 13 March 1879

LITTLE FALLS,)! ARCH 13, 1879 Terms, $1.50 per Annum. H. G.STIVERS, Editor ii:ul Proprietor. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. J. CLiVKK, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office, corner of Oak and second streets, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. D. TING-JOE, ATTGBHEY at LAW. MTTLE FALLS, MIXN PROBATE COIJBX Itegular terms of the Probate Court/or Mor­ rison County, will ho held at the Court ilouse, on the first Hondov of cach month. Tic Jud^o of Probate will be at the Court IIo.tise .crcry Monday, anil so long thereafter as may bo necessary to trausaet the business of his •office. I vrili also draw deecte, mortgages, toe dp, Jto., jc. And I will make a specialty -of Hardware a full assortment of transacting any kind of business for rr.y Ger *nun f»llow-eit-izens who are miablc to cxpres:i t&cinsolvfcji in English. I'ETER NEWMAN. Judge, of i'robate J. D. LACHANCE, COUNTY AUDITOR. Will attend to collections, pay taxes, redeem lands from tax sales, &c. in Mor­ rison and adjoining counties. Office at Court House, Little...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 13 March 1879

Little F-alte Transcript. H. C. STIVERS, Bditorand Proprietor. LITTLE PAULS. MINN NEWS OF THE WEEK. GRIMES AND CRIMINALS. Indian murders are again reported. By a fire at Georgetown, D. C?„ Sunday night March 9th, three children of Daniel Martin, colored, were burned to death. The movements of the Cheyenne In­ dians indicate renewed hostilities, and great alarm is felt bv the settlers in Montana. A London telegram of March 8th, says, by a collision of cages in Victoria coal pit one was precipitated to the bottom and eight persons killed. A. J- Clark, a member ot the city couucil of Cincinnati has been ^convicted in the United States court of neglect of duty as judge of election in the Sth, ward last Octob­ er. A Halifax telegram of March 10th,. says, at North Sidney a snow storm set in from the northeast on Friday morning and continued up to Saturday. The drifts were •ightto ten feet high. No services were held In the churches on Sunday in conse­ quence of the storm. The citizens of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 13 March 1879

Life in Loving. CatuUi Seget OseulalionU. Ah, let life be very life, my Lesbia—life in loving They may babble as they will, the grim and gray For their myriad censures of our light love and roving Just one farthing sterling is the price to pay. Ah! earth's suns may set, in surety of retain­ ing But for us, life's little light once being set, Falls the night, whereafter rises never gleam of morning, Comes the sleep hath known nor pause nor waking yet. Therefore give me kisses first a thousand then a hundred, Then another thousand, and a hundred more Then again—again—again. It were well our reckoning blundered None must tell the tale of kisses that Love's prodigals can pour. —Macmillan'sMagarine. A STOBY OF MUBILLO'S PUPIL. Many years ago, on a beautiful sum­ mer morning, several young men. who emerged from the different streets press­ ed their way towards the house of the celebrated painter, Murillo. They all arrived at the door at the same moment, exchanged salutations in a cordial ...

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