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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 31 July 1885

IF -Y *c TteCMikirl'«ir.f The Fonrthannnal fair df the Mor rioon County Agricultural society will be bold at their grounds near Little Falls oh Sept. 23,24 and 25, 18#5. The Officers of the society and superintend­ ents for the fair are: President—J. H. Rhoees. Vice president—H. 15. Tuttle. Secretary—Jonathan Taylor. Treasurer—L.E. Richard. Board of trustees—Benjamin Taylor, Samuel Tribhy, Jasper H. Hill, Rich­ ard Neill, Edmund Rottiwell. Superintendents of departments Cattle, L. W. ATer horses, Dan. S. doners swine, John Denny poultry, Samuel Hamilton: sheep, James Chap ma* agricultural implements, F. J. Farraod culinary, Mrs. J. T. Still well, farm and garden products, L. Q. Worth inglon fine arts, Mrs. J. R. Steele tex. tile fabrics, Mrs. O. A. Churchill miscellaneous Mrs. F. X. LaIV:IKI youths' department, Mrs. L. R. Richard speed, Hon. A. McCrea: merchandise. I. E. Staplei musical instrument* and sewing machines, H. B. Tutile. $2,000 are offered in premiums. Races in after BOO...

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. — 31 July 1885

I I I iwit,' "i:&* IK. c%. UFE'8 DAY, Into the field o£ life we pas* At early tnorn. Tbe jeweled graaa "With sunbeams kissed spreads at our feet And jontb, like morn, all pure and sweet And bright Is filled with rosy dreams "While lu tbe purple heavens gleams Tlie star of fortune and ot fame, And fo its light we read & name— O dream, moat owcet, it is our own: More glorious etill, It shiues alone! Tbo sun Bpeedfi on the star no more Is seen. Illusive dreams are o'er. Fortune and fame so coy and fleet But mock our weary, wav-worn feet Ambition's fairest prize ha* flown A name appears, but not our own. What have we then for all our pains?— For all our prayers Are there no grains Of gdoil to show'i Has all been lost In that our cherished plans are crosned, And dissipated each fond dream As snow flakes melt within the stream Ah, no! See how our souls are filled With wealth of harvests we have tilled With mcckniMS, patierie^ love and truth BJestspring of everlasting youth Bright ...

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. — 31 July 1885

A 1 I PLACE OF BURIAL. Central I'ark, -~ew Tork, Dccidedl'pon us the Filial Resting I'lace of Gen.Oraut. MOI NT MCGREGOR, July 2i.—This, after­ noon Mr. Turner, Mayor Grace's chief clerk, now 1H:IV, rei'eiviitl a message which drtor miiii'd Sho question of Gen. Grant's burial place in favor of Central Park, New York. Mayor Grace meivocl the following dis­ pute from his private secretary at Mount McGregor: )n regard to the offer made by the city of a place of burial in one of the park A belong­ ing to.the city, Col. Grant instructs me to fcay that upon th- cmduion that the wish of the general that- a place be reserved be­ side hint for Mrs. Grant is obf-orved, he, ifi behalf of th» family, aeceptn. You are-, (n.'i( fo!-'*. (it liberty to take action upon this information, -which.is finul. The fami­ ly prefer Central Park. The mayor appointed a committee of 1 (to i-itizens to HUH? New Y%rk city's niiare of 1 lie c-xpf use for the erection of a liation n! nHnum-nt to Gen. Graut. Anions...

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. — 31 July 1885

J-, _j I I h*:1 .£?,) PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Logal. ^ll7FAlS?iiAM7 Attorney at Law, LITTLE FALLS. MINN. C. A. I.iyUHBRCn. I'. W. BILLS). fJXBBIiKGH & BILLS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office In Ir. Simmons' former offltie. tlTTLK PrvLS. MINN. A. STOP.F.Y. T. CALHOCX. STOREY ft CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Olllee nt the Court Umise.' LITTLE FALLS, .MINX. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Couiutll'r at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Biiya and sells mil cfdat'-, mid loans money on same. Alflo has a lar-ie aiiouutol choice land and town I»ts for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH. Attorney at taw. —Office Unit rloor west of tho Popular rink.— LITTLE FALLS MINN. Oilicia LYMAN SIGUTQR.. REGISTER OK DEEDS, MOIllllSON t'Ot'NTV, MINN. Will furnish Abstracts of Titlo. Pay Tuxes. Has Lands for Bale. OFFICE AT.COt'RT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN I,WW HAGUE, Clerk of the District Court. tS'venth Jndicin.1 District. MOiUIlPOM OWKTY, M1XN, .y,n tries of Homesteads, filinir Filial P]'001 n...

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. — 14 August 1885

I It I- 5$28, .... ... •'.\' 'yl ,' -v*'" vol. 9- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Lcsral. K. If. FAR5HAM, Attorney atOLaw. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. 4' A. LINIHIKKGH. I., W. BJU.S. LINDBERGH & BILLS, ATTOBNEYS'AT LAW. OflRce In Dr. Stomotis' former office. LITTLE FAL8, MINN. A. IT. STOUEY. D. T. CAI/HOtTK. STOREY & rAMIOTN, ATTORNEYS AT TAW- Office Ht the Cmirt Home. LtTTI.E FAT.rP, M!NU. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Ap«nt for Hie American Ajrency fe Collection Co. nuy» and wlls rfnl »»h1 lrnns money (j! iAir«. Also tin* 1«r» fcxianntof ciielCe lau:l Hud town lots for wle. LITTLE FAI.LS, MINN. E. S. SMITH. Attorney atlaw. to in UTTLK FALLS. MINN. OlriT ill tYMAN SIOTSOR. KROISTER OF DEEDS, MOHAIHON COUKTY. MIKN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Piiy Taxea. ffos Lurid* for Pfllo. OFFICK AT.COURT MOl'BK. MTTZ.E FALLS. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. SXfullerT" Justice ol the Peace. ., 'flee on SOOMH!floor -arr. MINN LION m\JDE, Clerk the district Court. Ravtntb Judicial District. MOIIRTKO...

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. — 14 August 1885

IS IT WOXtTX WHllS? lit i* worth whilo to Jonflo & brother, IWiliiu Inn loati nntlm i-mxh road of Hf»? I* it wortu whU« tli.it w.! jrov at ouch rithor, lu hlirkiitutn of lnum, that I'llll H't' lllll IIYU to lll'.'t .it hla HlUV «o* HiihTt.nR oaoh other I 'I'll* nit 1:1 pt'fli'rt on II t«tX Mrtu A Ill• fi if ,1 I'l.l! '1* »:'i, Mily inaJiim war on hid in In- hn.nt.-' thut Sh iintvi iiv M'OKY 12! SHAMS. l'i \v xvi.ui.v, but r.i il down -v r. n.p» «o.»t iy at ri i\u r« Mrs. (ray. handing a little slip of pa­ per to her husband: Onep.!'" ki-1 p'.ovoa Ono pair !»M lioppera Eigb u.!r Balbvij^t!a hose.. Silesia Crvpo du lit530 SHthI \rn war to tliu I no pi if (it. 1 oily uvU wo JorHo on'h other, -\l jmi'iUii u* nil for tln» triumph* wo ln Wli« i. follow ^no-» down 'iu-uUi fits lofcil ou tlic hiMflor, H.'ivwl t'i tho Ir'Ai't woriln mu kooiii thitn 1, Ami tni( or tur for woo tluq^wi ftl Woro It not wrll in thin lriC Jirc'M jonft On ovt-v :ho Hn»r" ih»vn into tlm tii \\o »riv,« lum ,t 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. — 14 August 1885

& "•..v"-* *.:*??-. Practical OirL From the Philadelphia Press. Helen Burdeti's father was an Illi­ nois farmer, with a good farm of per fc&pa 200 acres, but without any one to share his labors or inherit his estate. He accordingly brought tip his daugh- as at that season. She purchased sixty-five head of steers pastur­ ed tjiem during the summer, and sold them at the end bf the season at a clear profit of exactly $1,006. 8he knew ovevylsind of land on the farm, "every inch of the ground," as the say­ ing is and just whafc should be done with it. Every When Helen was fourteen years old her father gave her permission to go and buy a cow for herself. She went, forth alone and independent, bought Ik*r cow, and came homo leading it by tin' rope. Her cow proved to be an excellent in­ vestment. "I k*ew," said her father, "that she could pick out a better one than I could myself aftd I believe she. has done it." A picture of Miss Helen Burdett stands before me, as I write. But she ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 14 August 1885

'i il .i 'fi hi —4 •11 I i'M« I r-V, Or- REAL ESTATE Rothwell, Taylor & Marriott LITTLE FALLS, MORRISON CO., MIJTOT. We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for $3 to $8 per acre. fttrliM efPnymeat to Suit Pnr«hwier«. IMPROVED FARMS FOB SALE. —Loads la BBKTON and MIIAE LACS Countlta 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. &<• -L Office oft Pint StrM, FirUdoor north of Wm. Butler* Store, AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP GASH .STORE Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes Keady-made Clothing E. W. COLLINS, A T?o T*T DEALER IN A SPECIALTY MADE OF THE .• ^CHAMPION MACHINES. Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also'fiealera in A FULL LIKE OF SCHOOL FVRXfTURE. I0LLWSW0BTH FAVOBITE, AND Tiger Horse Hay Rakes, Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Wagons, Bugies, Etc. Agent for the American Sewing and the Home Insurance Co. of Hew Yorlt CMFLETI STOCK OF &OTREMBA DEA...

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. — 14 August 1885

,V'- \, '.jgfe, Jl4% i^.' »/f«-4 ,.'.* 1 -ji ri n' 3 •.'•.•• .. '.••• AiiftmfcD. MoLEOD—SH EA~In the Presbyte-, nan church in Boyalton, Minn., by Rev. D. M. Marsh man, on August 11, 1885, Mr. James McLeod, of Sank Rapids, Minn., and Miss Agnes Shea, oi JBuckman, Minn, Both of the contracting parties are well known in this connty, and their many' friends wish them a happy life. Mr. Mcleod has been One of Hon. C. B. Buck man's Ipfeuien for several' years, and iiow nttfiai Sarik Rapids. A bountiful supply of wedding cake made glad the Transcript force. A JSH ORT TALK TO FARMERS The Osborne Steel Frame Mar Tester Crowds Other Machines ontoi' the Fiell. PAWS, France, July 11,1885. To D. M. Osborne & Co., Minneapolis, Minn.: In field trial of self-binders lield ai Nantes yesterday by the Frtnch Bureau of Agriculture Oslorne No. 11 Steel Frame Binder took fir#t prize and special gold medal, given by the Minister of Agriculture of the French Nation, in -eoropetion against the MoCorniick...

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. — 14 August 1885

•m is 1 ••A A •I 'J III I 1 -J II Little Falls Transcript. W. U. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. It is entirely natural that the cattle­ men who are .trespassing on the Indian Territory should declare that it is im­ possible for them to remove their cattle within forty days. If they succeed in establishing that point it will be nat­ ural for them to declare thatthey can­ not remove them within forty years. The vital question is wether the Presi­ dent will be as good as his word in taking active measures to make them go. We shall see. Ohio has anew law requiring all ex­ ecutions to take place within the walls of the State penitentiary at Columbus, in the presence of only a few witnesses. The first hanging under the new law took place a few days ago, and was con­ ducted decently and in a mechanical point of view most successfully.. Pub­ lic opinion undoubtedly approves this law and will never permit its repeal, unless for a very good reason, which certainly has not yet bee...

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. — 14 August 1885

A !.-y iii' li'iiji "r Eaoh story of the Sheldon Cotton Factor? is fifteen feet between floors there are seven such over the basement, and this irises six feet above the ground. The brick Trails narrow to eight inches as thej ascend, and form a parapet ris­ ing above the roof. One of the time­ keepers in the factory, Jack Hardy, a young man abont my own age, often runs along the brick work, the practice giving him a singular delight that has seemed to increase with his proficiency in it. Having been a clerk in the works from the beginning, I have frequently used the parapet for a foot-path, and although there was a sheer fall of one hundred feet to the ground, have done it tvith ease and without dizziness. Oc­ casionally Hardy and I have run races, on the opposite walls, an exercise in which I was invariably beaten, because becatno timid with increase of pace. Hopelessly distanced one day, while the inen wore off at noon, I gave up mid­ way, and looking down, observed the up­ turned...

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. — 14 August 1885

i1 I )i I I V*' I :ii 1 f., o*tit Afcr'*#". a. .*' .»• v.m-!.»•• •:. 'Wtv 4. "i.-ii.a i»iic U—'•, .1 .U,»-» !UC fio.t 4 ,.... i„, frantic-^! W Jt -.ii. t. instantly tlw i.. a ius*... -orukes, end came tua ut-u 1. a. *•.»*f a%» ?''or conductor?'' gasped the bijnu. run. :.iE}ddth«&U utty IHCJ of cim lire n»..n. n*»." cfcit^dly cried the sought-for .i i% *vrong?" .. an :nl" gasped the man, "aver* i. .vr-m theold 'omau, Jim, an' the ,v zj/ wTvwJ liov gone .to town, an' c-.ii'i pit—" "Cciue on," yelled the conductor, "we wffl l:cIt» you ^et it off." "Wit what otV, mister!" "A u'o something aeitw the trackr ''^o, t.i ret-: an'ldiin't eay tbarwuz I only std liut my folk* ia gone off Mtuowhar, an' I cuu'c git—•" 'i'et what/'' shrieked the officer as the fanner paused,. "Wu'i, if ye'Il Jet roe 'lone 111 tell ye arter wir.ii'," ici thaumn eat complacently down on a siump. The iiiiiu had been stopped now for fifteen miout'j', and the conductor -was boiling hot. Pr.jsialj the stranger arose...

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. — 21 August 1885

VOI. 9. PBOFFFSIOmiJ CARDS. Legal. £. H. FlSSlfAMr Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, ... MINN. C. A. IJKDSEKOH. L. TV. BlMJ. .LINDBERGH BlOiS, ATTOKIfEYS AT LAW. Olftce In Irl fthnmoni' former pfflee. MTTT.K TALS, MINN. A.F. STOKJCT. O. T. tfAI.HOUN. STOREY ft CAMIOtW, ATTORNEYS A.T LAW. CTIBoc ftttheOurt House. TilTTLR FALLS, MTNN. NRIOHARDSON Attorney and Counmller at Law. A fent for the American Agency A: Collection Co. Fnys and wIIm real ©state, a»1 loan* money M) Mine. A km ha« a laiue amount of cbeiee Imh1 and town lots for Mile. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E.S. SMITH. Attorney at Law. —OAee firti floor weet of the Popular rink. IJTTLK FALIJ0. MINN. Ttma¥signor. REGISTER OF DEEDS, wonniBow county, mikn. Will famish Attracts of Title. P«y Tnrxi". I? an for Sale. onnrE atcourt house, LITTLE FALLS. MOUHitON MINK iron naiiDE, Clerk of the District (Jonrt. govsnth Judicial District. coninr, mihw, •srKntrtr* of Blin* "Kinat wStmv olhor I-«eal Und Office bunineM will be promptly to- LITTLE FALL...

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. — 21 August 1885

••A? 1 if I !i l' 1 I I I is Little Falls Transcript. W. JL FDLLEB, Publisher. LITTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. P* A paper was read the other day he fore the Chicago Medical Society, by Dr. WJdF1. Coleman, which took the ground that the use of tobacco caused impairment of the sight, and cases were cited of recovery of sight after ceasing smoking. The actual cost of General Grant's funeral in New York is estimated at one million dollars, exclusive of the transportation of vast bodies of peo­ ple from distant localities. But it was the most magnificent demonstration of the kind the world ever knew, as it deserved to be. The New York Commercial Bulletin estimates the fire losses in the United States and Canada during July at $9, 000,000, an increase of one-third over the average July fire waste for the past ten years. During the seven months of the present year the fire loss has been $60,000,000. The new High License law ot Wiscon­ sin, increasing the minimum rate o{ saloon license from $75 to...

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. — 21 August 1885

AUSTMIY Or All few DM Bwt I do not think there could be found the three'kingdoms a blither old maid than Miss Milliceut Orme, otherwise Aunt Milly, for so she was universally called by her nephews and nieces, first, second and third coti3ins—nay, even by many •who could not boast the smallest tie of consanguinity. But the sort of nniverssil aunthood to the whole neigh­ borhood was by no means disagreeable io Miss MiUy, for in a very little body die had a large heart, of a moat Fndia rubber nature not, indeed, as the umile is used in speaking of female learfcs that "never break, but always it retch." But Miss Milly's heart pos­ sessed this elastic nature in the best e:ise, namely, that it ever found room 'or new occupants and, moreover, it ffas remarkable for its quality of eff'a •ipg ..ll unkindness or injuries as easily is liulir. mbber removes pencil marks from paper. Aunt I\rilly—I have some right to 'all her so, being her own nephew, Ciodfrey Estcourt—was an extremely tittle wom...

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. — 21 August 1885

:i IJ REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Rothwell, Taylor & Marriott Little Falls, Morrison Co., Mikit. We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for $3 to $8 per acre. Terms of Payment to Suit Pnrcliiwers. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. —LHIMIS in HUSTON anil MILIE l.ACS Counties for Sale.— Pine Lands for sale. Lands bought and sold on commission. Abstracts ol Title to Morrison county lands tarnished at regular rates. Call on us bo I ore pur­ chasing. OJice on Fit at Strict. First door north of Wm. Butlers Store, AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes Keady-made Clothing E. W. COLLDIS, DEALER IN Agricultural Machinery, A SPECIALTY MADE OF THE CHAMPION MACHINES. Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also dealers in A FULL LINE OF SCHOOL FURNITURE. EOLLINSWORTH 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 D. M. Osborne'...

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. — 21 August 1885

Bishop Whipple conducted services A Serious Accident.. in the Episcopal church IH^I Tuesday Last Pundaj* afternoon ^Mr.s. A. Tan eveninc delivered an HM« and hi-j-ner, accompanied by lier son Bertie teiost ing Boi-mow to ij largt oon^re^a- and the younger members of the fam tion. The next morning communion ily, were out-for a- ride in alight survive was held in the chnrch nt wagon, and when traveling over the \iti*h time the bishop baptized sfcyer- road on the west side of the river just i.l children *nd administered the rite north of Milo Porter's place the rear of confirmation to Peyentl persons. This is probably the last visit the ven­ erable bishop will make to Little Falls and he will hereafter be represented by the assistant binhop soon to to ap­ pointed to assiat him in hi8 declining years. Jt is generally understood lh it A. F. Storey will go to Vincent and art JI* private secretary for Collector Customs Guernon, at a salary of about $2,000 ii jrtstr. It is as good a selecti...

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. — 21 August 1885

TSX OLD STOBY. Bhadowed by'the lilac tree, Near the garden fence, Stands my neighbor, Rosie Lee, Charm of innocence! Sweetor than the fragrant flower, With the-dew-drop laden, Fairer than the morning hour, 1B the winsome maiden! Prom the m&ple'a top-moat limb, With the flush of day, Come the redbreast's matin hymn, Sweotoat roundelay! Yet the song the maiden singa, Tnnefnl, soft and lowly. To one heart a rapture brings, E'en mora pure and holy. Happier thought than lips can speak Beams in hor bine eye Joy lights np her glowing cheek— Hor bctbrothnd ia nigh! Heedless of tho lilac's blooui, Or the morning's glory, All that in hor heart finds room Is Love's sweot, old atory! —Nathan Upham. Elizabeth H. IJohan in Chicago Tribane. We had boon, married four weeks, Lou fa and I, and had just returned from our eastern trip to the cozy little home waiting for us. I was a teacher Louis a bookkeeper. All our savings were in bank and were the nucleus around which our dollars were to cling 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. — 21 August 1885

I MY STOUT OLD HEABT AND My out old heart and I are friends. IVo bivouac friends together I Nor daily wars, uor dally blows, Have called out our white feather. We've 'listed till the campaign ends— For calm or stormy weather, T.fy stout old heart and I have been Through Rcrious scenes of trcuble. We've been denied our hopes havo died Our load's been more that double. And yet we've lived. And we have Been Seine griefs in Lethe bubble. My stout old heart and I have fought Some bitter tali's to ending And if or not we've victory got, We've not been hurt past mending! Tbe wounds are all in front we've caught, And easier for the tending. My rtoutold heart and I, you see, We understand each other. —Oifl comrade true, my hand to you On honor, tell me whether You're daunted \et? —"To arms!" beats ne. "Retreat laJor another!" Vyt* rlf/ht.' Guide centre! Forward march! J)re?* where thecoturt Jly! -Six jel if ground, or triumph's arch— JLiy -~t(/ul old heart and J! —E. Houyh, in The UwrreiU. A...

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. — 21 August 1885

li'l I I l!: iiriij pi i'n- I 'i: •I: ill, 11 S!| l! li I, A Terrlbl# Fate* A lelegram from Martin's Valley, Pa-, dated Aug. 18, says: Mrs. Sarah Truby, of this place, is an nged widow. Her Ron .John, 34, worked on Enft Branch railroad Jason, another POM, nged 35, was an employee of- the utatP, quarries Wyman, another son, 8* years old, was miller. They lived with the inother, hating no families of their own. On Friday last John, while running to torn a switch, fell into a rattle guard and bvoke his neck. On Saturday morning before news of Jokn'8 death reached home, Jason wan drowned in a pit in iliJ?" quarries, recent -rains having tilled it wltli wnler. James •Whittaker arrived in the village at 9 b'clock on Saturday morning, with ih« news of John Trnby1*death and met a William Jackson, wltor was bearig the tidings of Jason's fate at tlie name time. The two walked together where Wyman worked, to break the news to him first. There wu9 a crowd about the mill, and as llie messengers ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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