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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 28 August 1885

».r .,••« -:v .• VOL 9. PBOFEfSIOKAL CARDS T^.o«:.'iI. H.PAItlSHAM, Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN C. A, LlKDMROH. W. BIT,!-?. JJNDBERGII & BILLS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OSBre in Dr. Slramons' former office. LITTLE VALS, ... MINIS. A.K. STOKV:V. D. T. CAIiHOTW ST0KEY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office at. tbe Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Asont for tttfi American Agency & Collection Co. Pnyq find Hf lis real ("state, find loivns money on pftw©. *Ms )*f ft lflTijo amount of ch*icc tend mid to .vu lots Tor wvl- LITTLE 7ALLS, MINN. F. S. SMITH. Attorney !R.t3Lnw. -Office "f "J, l»or west of the Papular rink.' LITTT.i. FAT/LS TN'INN. O Sli cisi 1TMAW S3GWOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOI V.:SOK COUNTY, MINIS. Wfll furnish Abstracts of Title. -I'fty Taxes. H«* Lawln for Sftk'. Collect ion a Promptly Attended to, Ofilee next door to Lewi Houde's, on ITTrf+t Street. MTTf.S ALM, MINN. J. M, MYERS. SAM B. TTBKKTS. MYERS&TIBBETS, REAL...

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. — 28 August 1885

jf" i-'h -{I ii*« Hi »®i If •I :ilI ji I ii- W 11 1 Little Palls Transcript. LATEST MWS SUMMAEY. W. M. PULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The Current. Number of the North American Keview contains the opin- ons of eight sculptors and critics as to what the Grant monument should, be and all of them would involve the for the outlay Of a million of time ere any of them are carried to coinjilecion by voluntary gilt-4 The States which stand at the head of the list as corn-producing States are Illinois,323,'792,481 bushels Iowa, Kansas, 10o,. 29.3J.. bushel.-,. Ken- 000 bushels. and Nebraska follows, with over 05,000,000 bushels. The wheat crop of the East Indies is now estimate! at 28'.'),000,000 bushels for the prefer: year. The acre­ age occupied by wheat in India is now about one-half of the United States wheat area, and is said to be capable of as great expansion us ho wheat zone of the Northwest, in the United Stated and British America, and rail-, roads are being rapidly co...

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. — 28 August 1885

v.vy--v A THE FIRM AUD FIRESIDE. Farm Miscellany. Dr. F. M. Hexamer suggests a good ay 'To renovate old garden ground,'' by seeding alternate parts to clover or somo other green manure crops or to f/rasK for a few years. Thus "the soil becomes sufficiently supplied with veg­ etable matter, the most frequent de­ sideratum in old gardens." Another advantage is. this system favors con­ centration of fertilizer and tillage upon a smaller surface, rather than spread­ ing too thinly over all, and the result is as large a crop as would be secured from twice as much land inadequately fed and cultivated. The great problem of profitable farm­ ing consists in making the soil increas­ ingly fertile. He who builds up a bank account at the expense of the fertility of his soil is not to be considered a wise husbandman or successful fa rmer. There is no better safe deposit for farm products than reinvesting thenj in lie farm itself. Not only is it a safe deposit, but any investment made in this dir...

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. — 28 August 1885

1 D. M. OsborL Oi REAL ESTATE AGENCY. othwell, Taylor & Marriott LITTLE FALLS, MORRISON CO., We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in •Morrison county for $3 to $8 per acre. Tormo Payment to Suit Purchasers. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. —Lands in BE1ST0N and MIJULK LACS Counties for Sale.— Pine Lands for sale. Lands bought and sold on commission. Abstracts ot Title to Morrison county lands furnished at regular rates. Call on us before pur­ chasing. OJlce on First Strtet, First door north of IP/TA. buthrs Store, AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes A SPECIALTY MADE OF THE CHAMPION MACHINES. Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also dealers in A FULL LINE OF SCHOOL FL'RJSITURE. E0LLI5JSW0BTH FAVORITE, AMD ri^rer Horse Hay Rakes, Harrows, Plows, O' altiv ators, Wagons, Bugies, Etc. Agenv" f°r the American Sewing Machine and the Horn Insurauce Co., of New York. RETi'LAFF & OTREM BA DEALERS IN e's Mrsrir. Keady-made Clothing "Yw.coui DEALER IN Agricultural Machinery....

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. — 28 August 1885

l\\ ,.•"•4 —!*"i' 't. t. ROYAI/TON.Aug. 215,1888. Slight frost ID the valleys around B«ve last Tuesday night. Homebody lias been stealing water melons. "Ob, where is my wandering bay tonight Considerable sickness about town. •"I..©! up on clat er sreen trash, chilo." The expected bride did not arrive. The ditch will tie completed in a boot iwn weeks. TUe price of new wheat is falling gradually as expected. Mrs. C. YV. Shipman arrived from Pennsylvania on Wednesday looking much improved in health. (.Hllpatrick opened up bis furniture •establishment on Wednesday. Constable lirannen had a trip to Buckman town Wednesday. Chicken hunters arc still numerous. Mrs. I. W. Bouck is vi&iting at Dunbtp. Iowa, andTra is lonesome. He says he's tire»l of boarding 'round. The new floor in the rink is all thai could Ik.' wished, and the new skates arc just splendid. If you want a night ol' fun or exercise just go to the rink, and "Honey" will ma'ioii pheasant for you. Most of the farnurs are thr...

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. — 28 August 1885

THE FAN. How It Has Been Used in Ancient, and Mod­ em Jlmes Anions the People of Various Nations. At the bazaar of the Female School of Art, Queen square, says The London Telegraph, are exhibited some exquis­ itely painted fans, the woi of students of the school. Such a fan, it is stated, her majesty the queen, the most illus­ trious of collectors and amateurs, in­ tends to give the Princess Beatrice on the occasion of her marriage. Judg­ ing by the imputation of those who are intrusted with carrying out theroyal commands, the work when completed should deserve to rank with the best specimens of the art in its ualmiest days of the seventeenth century. Those who take an interest in a fas­ cinating subject, which from time to time has employed the genius of many of the most skillful painters, versifiers and handicraftsmen of Europe ever since the Renaissance, will not fail to remember that the delightful loan ex­ hibition of fans at South Kensington in the year 1870 was actuary initia...

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. — 28 August 1885

if THE ALMANAC How the Advertising Medicines Are Made— The Largest Almanac In the United States. Every family in the. United States, writes a correspondent to The Gicve land Leader, tiaes an almanac, bat few people are cognizant of the immense amount of work required in their pre­ paration. The phases of the moon, the positions which the sun and stars will hold at given tiroes for every day throughout tlie year, the calculation of eclipses, and the hundred and one other facts told by astronomy and mathematics appear as regularly as the years go round. The simplest al­ manacs used for druggists' advertise­ ments are full of such information, and when one goes further and picks up one of the big volumes called nauti­ cal almanacs, published for the use of astronomers and navigators, the array of tigures is really appalling, and their Jong lines of digits, thrown into order which would delight a Gradgrind, make the. brains of the general reader swim as he endeavors to understand them. ...

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. — 28 August 1885

HOW MORRISSEY WAS HATED. The Plot Asataat Hta Llff- How thf Awaa«ln« Were Bafilsd. [New York Star.] In previous years the feeling on tb« part of tho ring thiovee, their satellites and depraved honcluueu was intensely bitter, and a cou epiracy was formed to kill Morrisaey. A no­ torious criminal was brought from Philadel­ phia and employed to commit the crime. He had already taken the lives of three persona in his own city. He was a cool, calculating man, and usually incited' his enemies, by tantalizing words, to strike tbo first blow, and then would suddenly turn oii them with murderous weapons in his hands, and not cease his assault until be bad takes their lives. He made his headquarters on Broa I way and Houston street, at a noted randezyoua kupt by a man by the name of Florence. On one occasion be and his companions paid a visit to Morrissey's gambling hous« on Wfufc Twenty-fourth street, but did not succeed in obtaining admittance. If they had been admitted they would have prob...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 4 September 1885

\M t' FFOIFfFlOm CARDS. LeffRl. iTiTpAi^H^ Attorney at law, •LITTLE FALLS, .. MINN. A. LINPRKKGH. L: W. Bn,i.s. LINDBERGH & BILLS, ATTORNEYS'AT LAW. Office In Dr. Simmons' former office. T.ITTLK FALS IWN. A. STOREY. T. T. CALHOTOJ. STOREY & CALHOUN, &TTORNXYS AT IAW. Office at tfcc Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MIKN. N. RICHARDSON," Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Ageut for tfie American Agency & Collection C«. lhiTB nnd soils real estate, and loans money on une. Also 1m# a law amount of oTicice Void and town lots for sale. LITTLE FALLS,.MINN. i. 8. SMITH. Attorney at Law. -OfRot first door west of tho Popular rinlc.— UXTLK FALLS. WINN. O ftk ia tTMAS SIGN OK. REGISTER OF DEEPS, MORKTSON COTJKTV, MIKN. Will furnifh Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. HAS Landfi for BaW. OFFICE AT COTJRT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN LEON HSIDE Clerk of the District Court. Eoventh Judicial District. MORRISON COUNTY, MtHN, #»-KKtHpH ofI!orocfte:1?. filing Final Proof cdiinT other Local I,trad Offi...

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. — 4 September 1885

Little Falls Transcript. W. J/L FULLEB, Publisher LITTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA, Our ministers abroad, to whom let­ ters of instruction were sent to pre­ sent the desire of our Government to again consider the question of inter­ national coinage,report that all efforts in that direction have been without success or encouragement. The Mon­ etary Conference which recently met and adjourned at Paris practically ended all hope of another congress. From all the accounts of the terrible destruction of property by fire in this country, insurance stocks must be pretty good property. In a list of fifty-seven companies reported for the Insurance Chronicle the latest quota­ tions snow only live of the stocks be­ low par, while the others range all the way from three per-cent. to 2,300 per cent, above. The "gilt edged" stock is in a company where the par of shares is $10 and the latest sales is $240. Census figures are coming in from various directions, and they show gen­ erally a great increase in t...

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. — 4 September 1885

TUMSHED INTO MANHOOD. Constable John Frick. That's me. A matter rough to look at, but sound inside. Lots of folks affect to sneer at a constable look down on him in a way, as if he was naturally mean and no account* But Constable John Frick, has a soul in lym, and a heart as soft as a woman's. Indeed,*he has been called chicken-hearted on account hewouldn't kick astray dog, nor tramp on a sick kitten. But this is neither here nor there. Constable John Frick is going to tell some of his own experience on duty. I mind the day well when I received the paper to warn a certain family that tlicy must "get out," that is leave the house of Landlord Craigly, because it was an awful stinging cold day in Marsh, when the wind seemed to be tearing things to flinders round tlie corners of the old frame buildings and whistled and howled in a way .to make a base burner head boss of the ranch. Rooms 6 and 7 in a great rambling barn of a place, one of a dingy block down by the river a grimy looking ^...

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. — 4 September 1885

J** 1 ,, imp !^'"i 4k 'NSi |-r if',. )tt. ft '.f- -v tHEAP J)ry Goods, mBSmim&am* •form** nf PitT^inBt to Suit PnrflhaHPW. IMPROVE© FARMS FOR SALE. plaids 1A BtKTOff and MILliK KKCB Counties for Sale- Office on First Strtet, Firit ifoor n^tftof Wm. Butlers Store* ATA. TANNER'S CASH Boots & Shoes E.W, Tiger-Horse Keady^made Olothdbig DEALER itf A SPECMbrr MADE OF TJ1E CHAMPION HACHIKES. Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also dealers in A FtlLL LIME OF SCHOOL FUHNlTVim BOLUHSWORTE FJtfORITE, Cultiv ators, Wagons, Bugips, Etc. Agent for the American Sewing Machine and the Home Insurance Co., of New York. BSMjW WSP 1 i-—I—I—I IfM jksr. per aere. 'y .^' Pine Lands for sale. Lands bouglit and Sold on commission. .Abstracts of 'Title to Morrison county"laiiids. furaislfed at regular rates. Call on.' its before pm*- AHD Hay Rakes, Harrows, Plows, fcETZLAFF &OTREMBA DEALERS IN D. M. Osborne's Light Hai-veSters aiKliij,.. Harzan ~r AND A'Ftfct COSFECnONE y? •W rp OIGARS. •B*wti took 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. — 4 September 1885

Kit WB Ill iQ*:i .. ,• d3bd.'i •, .•-. i'bid',ae.a-'i' a dtf. :v 7$. b- "4 W I ,'• {•. /, ,V .• X,: /•/•f M*- l' i- I* *$Sr.-js?r LITTLE FALLS, chasing. rr* **•»'. r*" «i I & ..iM'ii £i— REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Bothwell, Taylor & Marriott M0iiRTS0iS Co.,. ?U rs\v. We have for sale 10,000 acres of laud in Morrison #ounty for $3 to $8 per acre. Terms of Payment jo Suii Piardmsiers. IMPEOYED FARMS FOR SALE. Liuhls )n ItKKTON and MILLV LACS Comities for SaK- Pine Lands for Bale. Lands bought and sold on commission. Abstracts of Title to Morrison county lands furnished« a uDMUU at regular rates. Call on us before nur- Ofiru or*. Firat islrw.t, First tlvor north of W»i. iuitt:n• S'turf. AT A. TANNEE'S HEAP CASH .Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes DEALER TX ft 3 IA A SPECIALTY MA DE OF Also dealers in 'A FULL LIXF. Ot SCHOOL Fl'hlXJ t.'RE. KOmSSWQOT FMSBIa'S, unH a riger Horse May -Rakes, Harrows, Flows. Cultiv a tors, Wagons, Busies, Etc. Agent for the American Sewing Machine and. the Home ...

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. — 4 September 1885

Hi x{--\y jL -ft. cjfiit '|!. :y3|pl^ h'M f, ••v .c'tri*- -y''•'••/?'•• "riC 1 -U S*V H«w^"^.i»I» ':^v. •«KV eKjtj&Ii zed bjr the CGnniy *n\ Betk-PfrfiVie, lUicttmaii—. ,'VUtr...... Cnhfrutu.... *. Giecri Prairie, Uj:fc Fat Ik'. ..... IfiomJL.,.,. Parker. PiHe Creek .. 8wi»«River. TtfioStivers..... dtage ut' Little Falls... ToiHh Cull le— 1 year old, L5G3 years old, 1,806 ,. Co we, 2,8.'2 0xem500. A1 other 'Catt 'e. 398». H'» Couiity Statistic. Hole-in-tfoe-tfay Tlminjsetl. ^ie following !fcLk fcU«v\vS Til ere are 1,013 wagons and carrhii?('s wilh a total valantion of ^16.8f5. Ek-ven phino forlesi are valued al $C!j0. In the eounly there »ro 461 d'»gM •gs»»sed vaiue, «?l,152. In the town of Motley 8 dogs are assessed at $IR5. l',444 persons and firms are assessed. The announcement that the state ware house commissioners hnwi changed the rule reqairing No. 1 Imrd wlieal. to consist of "75 per cent hard Scotch Fife" BO as to read "shall consist mostly of hard Scotch Fife" will pro...

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. — 4 September 1885

LOVKMJ,. Love rie, lo\ but breathe it lov Soft a* summer weather If j?oa love me, tell me so,. Ah we sit together. Sweet and still as roses blow— Love me love but breathe it low. Tell me only with your eyes, Words are cheap as water If you love me, looks and sighs Tell my mother's daughter More than all the world may know— Xrove me, love, and breathe it low. Words for others, storm and snow, Wind and changeful weather— Let the shallow waters flow Foaming on together But love is still and deep, and oh! Love rae, love bat breathe it low. —Joaquin Milleb. THE LONG PACK* 3Y JAM#S HOGG THE J3TTRICK SHEPHERD. In the year 1723 Colonel Riddig re­ turned from India with what was con­ sidered iniliose days an immense for­ tune, find retired to a county seat on the banks of the North Ty nein North­ umberland. The house was furnished with every thing elegant and costly, among other things a service of plate supposed to bo worth £1,000. He went to London annually* with his family during the wint...

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. — 4 September 1885

MIX •*&'.» •$*:. -'I' B**U*umS .3 Biataarck An intelligent, am. o!%itt yH»ijg ijaj||i and Wu«.eyed, ruby lippedllfctto lady oecupi^the same Beat in one oftli^tLoMttslM^o&aneaatrbonnd train. Av3ribtme representative ntrtd into cdnvewatioii with a gentleman near by, who impavted the information that the younjrcoupla bad just entered .upon their marital career, haring been married in the Yellowstone Paxk» where they met lor the first time. The young lady was Miss Clara Bernstein o! Cincinnati, and the young groom Mr. Frank Williams Q! San Francisco The yonng couple met in the park and tits rapidity with which cupid manipulated th® silvery chords o! love, fastened them at, either end, and clenched them at both side^V was such as to give th® fas« the romantic name of "love at first Bight.'' The young lady was accompanied by ah aunt from Phila­ delphia and several college Meads, all of whom protested against her »manifes­ tations of affection for one with whom she had no acquainta...

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. — 4 September 1885

w*C lit, f- WLUQ A :3t BOO tfi. A 'i: ri\ SSf 4* fir. VMM JWHXA9 ^QCWAW. '\., When t&ofora and its attendant qnar imtipe foroefl me toAbandon the kip to B* dad, w6 loat a chanoeoj seeing the pearl fisheries of the Persian Gull. Here again in Ceylon we „were latod tc mfaw the flame coveted Bight The looa* tioa of the pearl' banks is the Bay of Ondatchy les6 than 150 miles north of Colombo. Despite the magnitude of this interest, which is a state monopoly, no 'town of any extent marks the favored vani/tfcy, and the surrounding landscape i.-j parched flat and inhospitable. Yet it is annonneed, after an official in epoetina* that fishing will be permitted during certain months, usually in the Spring, the lifeless place becomes all an­ imation. A great fleet of boats gather from the neighboring coasts, and a mul­ titude of natives come from the in* terior. At a given signal, that all may fare equally well, the exciting work begins. Hundred of (tvera, ready with their uniting stones, ...

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. — 11 September 1885

mi: E m*- WR&?' mm K. II.tarkham Attorney at law, UTTLE FALLS, MINN. C. A. Umjbkiwh. L. W. Bills. LWDUKKOH & lJIT.J.S, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Of?, re in pr. Simmons' former office. tilTTIJ'.' I'M-?, .... MINX. A. F. STOKES". I). 'I*. CALHOUN. STPREY & CALHOUN, ATTOB^ETS AT 1AW Office nt the Court House. btTTLR FALLS. MINN. ~^nRICHARI)^ON^ Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Apent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Hnysantl rpnl psfntp, nUrl loans money ruj srtvno. Alvo ft Ini'ge uviount ot chMt'o land mid town lots for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MTXN. Ers7sMITH7 Attorney atLnw. —Otfieo first door west of the Pnpwhir rinlt.— IJTTLE FALL? MINN. O CTMfAH SIGNOX?... r/iiSTET', OF DEEDS, JIOWUSON COT"Vl'Y, MI'NN. Will fiirnieh Abstractsof Title. -.Fay Tnxe«. lifts Lnndu far Sale. OFFIf'K AT.COrRT nor?F, LITTLE FALLS, MTNN I,EOS IlttCDE, Clerk of the District- Court. Seventh Judicial District. tonrt rsON county. minx, Kn trios of llnnieMti')) !". filing I" ilia! 1'f pd nnvoth"!- Loc...

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. — 11 September 1885

mm. frt4„ W»*M Viti tiy: a II nyite •lifeiT, In 1/ *&t ^jr **?, ,§ S&gSm msmm Little EftllsTranscript. W, KL 7ULLEB, Publisher. PALLS, MINNESOTA. The decrease of the national debt ^J0iSi /p 3ori«g last month Was $2,879,062.17. ifcot^l debt, lees available cash items, is now $1,523,408,880.21. Ii?* trill be well if everybody takes time by the forelock and makes early jpreparationsfor the winter. An abun­ dance of fuel,a well-stocked cellar, and everything snug about house and barn, will render the approach of winter a season of contentment. West Virginia, has been unfortunate in witnessing for several years past almost total failure of the crops upon which her people depend very largely for prosperity, while they have suffered in common with those of other States from the long continued depression in business. Mr. Parnell, in a speech at Dublin, said he was confident that Ireland was on the brink of victory. He has been criticised heretofore because he failed to protest again...

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. — 11 September 1885

'••/J x! gfrrato me and yon -•. JEhe olde*tirfex*cl« andtraecrt? ™"i*inile* on uemylieartisHgM, fHd yours is Mf»eMd:|n sorrow Ly at the flower jjartfr to-night b'U throw to yoato-morrow. my with me, -l' biin whowinslierwearher: And f«ir--4ioweverfw[rBhelbe, There's msmja, }$uurie lairar-" hap, Mtd %«H Jt may. That each, in' v^fi baifMiid, If all my songs «re thrown «w«yt. all youtwatf^'UnhMdiMl ifW»Tl vow o«ifelv«Bito hertatife vows, _W«il cross no foaming billow, wall bind about our dismal brows No wreaths of monrnftdwillow But show, in spite ol hee disdain, We yet can lVv« without her, And joining hands well laugh {{gain, And think no more about her! Jttli. BARGEE'S INSECTS. There is a quaint hamlet a few miles inland from the Long Island sound coast, known as Dumpling Ponds, which years ago afforded its few in­ habitants a mysterious though per­ fectly honest living. Mysterious be­ cause no man who had not tried it evet could understand low any one in that place ever grubbed toge...

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