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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 11 September 1885

$ Olc #5 :.f f'S £T 'm ('r,at t?Jtc* OK & tev r*- -f 1, «*. if ,,•&£*: A'f .w,-. %J:% ... -ix JAfr fe?fJLe rases MoimisfSrCo^^ »vty$r •••vr J, liate Jfoi' Bale 10,0^ac»^of land ill fc «Smr,fw|8 ftt.lS'^-iacre... to s««il I^lrifeiiiferg..' PROVED FA&pS F|pl SALE.' ,'«r Pin$ Lands for feal&^Li\nd& bought «ud 8Qld oh commiS^Ks '-a-% .•<p></p>Morrison '''-'-, '-'.• -Title to county lands furnished .regular rates. Gall on us before pur­ chasing* Fint Strict, First door north of AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP GASH Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes DEALER IN A SPECIAL rr UA DE 0 THE Binders, Also dealers in A FULL L1XE 0/ SCHOOL FURMTURE. EQLLINSWOHTH FAYOBITE, AND Tiger Horse Hay Bakes,. Harrows, Plows, Cultiv ators, "Wagons, Bugies. Etc. Agent for the American Sewing Machine and the Home Insurance Co., of New York. RETZLAFF &OTREMBA .*.s. i:" .•-• .-- -•.•-•• DEALERSIN t). M. Osborne'^ Light Harvesters and Binders, Reapers and Mowers, Rock Island.plows, Brush'breakin...

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. — 11 September 1885

I tftroraen'a Pafatfe ftiul Dauec. The firemen's anntml parade and dance to be bold on Sept- 24 promises to bo the grandest untf most sufceessfnl of aay of the pleasant entertainment* and c«leiraUona ever given und» tbeirable wnnageinent. It b*B been decided to invite the departments from Arrangements—P. W. Hayes, Geo. Still well, E.W.Collins. Reception—J. McDonald, Geo. Still well, Wm. Batters, F. RetzbifT. Introduction—W. A. Butler, S. Stoll, C. F. Beugnot. Floor Managers—P. W. Hayes, Peter Medved, E. W. Collins. Price of tickets, $1.75, for aale by Ceo. Stillwell. The news that a practical test is being made of the reservoir system of the upper Mississippi is an nnnoucement of more than passing interest. This system has been the subject of consid­ erable dispute for years, and appropri­ ations for-the construction of the sev­ eral dams have been secured by Congress with difficulty, only by 'per­ sistence and bard Jwork. Only a por­ tion of the dams contemplated are finished, but ...

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. — 11 September 1885

fiS" J., '•it: ft UfPS DAI, Into tji© Held of life ^o.paM At e*r|y uiora. The jeweled gram "With sunbeams kissed spreads ai our feet And youth, like morn, foil pure aiid sweet And bright is filled with roavdrearaa While to the, purple heavens gleams The s^ftr of fortune iiund of fame, And initg light we read a nam^ Odrcam, most sweet itels our own More slorioua. it shines alone* The son speeds on the star bo more Is seen, Illusive drvnus are o'er. Fortune »nd fame so coy and fleet But mock our- weary, way-worn feet Ambition's fairest prise has flown A name appears, but not our own. What hays we theaior aljl our paina? For all Qttt pmyws? Are thero no grains Of good to show? Has,all been lo«t In that our cherished plans' are crossed, And dissipated eoeh fond drjeani As snow nakeamelt within the stream? Ah. nol See-how our souls are tilled With wealth of harvests we liave tilled With-meekness, patience, love and truth Blent gpririgg of everlasting youth Bright jewels of the crown with...

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. — 11 September 1885

2 i* |Ianjclaj|r«rt1ie (foUmlttCfradiary. 4i»pfl^cti ^aw.—At the court ^tj^t met on the 17th nit., to trf entnn.-whb'ltaa b«m escorted,tour* declared that Prestsan woa the ,. aiutfior of the destruction of Go- Ihe SIst o! March laatt All the wit ,J- fegreeiAg on th» otie point Preston was the author of the CjOUrt, after having heard the Jr!s aefeOfee, Ordered the room to be t'&natheii diKberated towhatBen tenWtiiejr should pronounce. AO the votes but ckhSa ware for the hanjjingofPrettnn. At afitthd death warrant wan aigned,the pris­ oner cattad in, and informed of hie sen­ tence. lie heard the sentence read with calling tfpdiir the Colombians /to believe him junocent of mich an atrocious crime. Notwithstanding all his repeated protests of innocence, there wua but one voice of un­ animous approval when the car was re­ moved from under his feet and the body left to swing on the gallows. Preataji was hAfnged soc-a after midday on the 18th alt. His death seemed to have been in­ stan...

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. — 11 September 1885

$ a The liost G^ravc. [AScut ton years a^.o thfc't"troit Free Pre»8 commented on touching incident Which occurred in that city ami svi'ich 1s substantially as folowst An eld woman was fcpeti wandering through t-tie oli. lew.*ri« cd jiraveyurd on Itusm street. Sho uau burled child there half A cC-ituv.v Iciore, 4t'd in a.i il)Ose years she h.:il not s«n t-'to little grave but her una.virtjr love lor her fcniJd brought her c.onr back across be St to tilono lo havf a l^st look nt the grave. Stio ft^Und tlie old yunl cut up by 6treet and oi' •tti'e hundreds of- mounds nnd ht-adfctones Wfaioh *be on Co saw, bill a score or B« wore loft. Under the Mjylntr widows she passed along, brushlrt* itne moss from the head­ stone* and trytop to find ih«!-st^»ne winch boro the words, "''Our Willie." Her search was fruftle«\ -She ha«l hoped that strangers hands mJal»fcliavcltp* the ^nive «f when sho Ta«t I..1W It, and slie turned sadiy away from fho 'barren spot. tle learn falling on he Wrinkled chee...

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. — 18 September 1885

VOI. 10. FBOFFSSIONAL CARDS. Legal, i. Attorney at law. UTTLE FALLS, MINN. CHAS. A. LUfBBEEGH, ATTOUNEY AT LAW. OFKJCEIN .HABOTTV't) BKICK BLOCK LITTLE KAT.fi, MINN CHARTS T- LAMB. ATTORNEY AT XAW tatrurr. iff sr. REFBBBNCKS—N. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH. Attorney at Law. GffUv DrM, door w'oat of the Popular rink.— LITTLE FALLS- MINN. wir.r.AiBEga O fH da LYMAN SIGHOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOnnlSOK COUWTY, MINN. -Will furnish Abstracts ©f Title. :Pay Taxes, iltui Landa for Sftle. OFFICE ATJCOURT.HOU8JK, LITTLK FALLS, REAL ESTATE^INSTIRANCE. Office at Tnttle A Churchill's Store/ LTTTLK FALLS, MfNtf. Ij.JT. WRIOHX REAL ESTATE AGENT. Collection!* Promptly Attended to. next doat to Leon Hondo'*, on Flint itwot. LITTLE FALLK, MINN. if. MYEIlfl. PAM B. TIBBKTR. MYERS &TIBBETS, REAL ESTATE AND CBMMECRM. BROKERS. Ro«n No. 1, 84 WftRhinietnn Avenue 8., MINNEAPOLIS, MINN •mtr CgpwlM Attention Riven the Fnrchnee end Sale of Ontslrie Land a and Business cf all kind* 1B the Cities ef Mlrm...

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. — 18 September 1885

tt:: 1 I 5- 11' 1 I I 'S,''"l''! Little Falls Transcript. W, It PULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. Tests made by Dr. Fischer, the well known German chemist, show tbat in the ordinary domestic stoves in use not more than 20 per cent, of the fuel consumed is really utilized for warm­ ing the rooms, whereas with stoves burning gas 80 per cent, and more of the possible effect is obtained. An exchange says that day by day the impression grows, being warranted by facts, that business is improving. It is seen in every department of trade and is now almost universally felt and acknowledged. Such being the case, the future has a brighter aspect than for a long time past. Now, keep the ball moving, but be careful not to send it beyond reasonable limits. The Daft electric motor, about which frequent mention has been made, has been successful on a test trial trip o*i the New York elevated railways. Schedule time was made, and the train was taken up the steep grades smoothly and without...

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. — 18 September 1885

SONb OKTHK INDIAN MAIDE*. Montreal Qatette. A blood-red ring hong round the moon, A blood-red ring, ah me, ah niel I heard the piping of the loon, A wounded loon, ah me! A*l2"yefc the eagle feathers rare ttapbting wove ia my brave's hair. He left me In the early morn, The early morn, ah me! ah ine! The leathern waved like stately corn— So like the corn, ah me! A fierce wind swept across the plain, The stately com was swept in twain. They crushed in blood the hated rdce, The hated race, ah me! ah me! I only clasped a cold, blind face— His cold, dead fn.ee, ah rue! The blood-red bangs in my night, I hear the loon cry every night. A TOUCH OP NATUBE. From the Youth's Companion. She stooped a little, and the few locks visible beneath the deep bonnet could hardly be called less than half' gray. A taded shawl covered her nar­ row shoulders, and this, with a calico dress even more faded, completed her humble attire. Her steps were slow, but not hesita­ ting, and judging altogether from her ...

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. — 18 September 1885

(MM •Li.,. '-A -i mm* Bothwell, Taylor & Marriott LITTLI FALLS, MORRISON CO., MINK. We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for $3 to $8 per acre. Torn* ef Pnyment to Suit ParchwoM. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SAL& —JLands In BENTON and MILLE LACS 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 ofi us before pur­ chasing. Office an First Strlet, First door north of Wm. Sutlers Store, AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Goods, Boots & Shoes Keady-made Clothing E. V. COLLINS, DEALER IN Agricultural Machinery, A SPECIALTY MADE OF THE CHAMPION MACHINES. Self Binders, Reapers, Mowers Also dealers in A FULL LINE OF SCHOOL FURNITURE. BOLLIHSWOKTH FAVORITE, AHD Tiger Horse Hay Bakes, Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Wagons, Bugies, Etc. Agont for the American Sewing Machine and the Home Insurauce Co., of New York. RETZLAFF &OTREMBA DEALERS IN D. M. Osborne's Light Harve...

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. — 18 September 1885

.•* 4*'i pmn&km:- wy#?i Ty^'^ViV'*?-' \*. •+-'"'l#4*s'VjJff OhiVelttUe Cleanings. Gravelyille, Sept. 14. Mr. ajjdMtt. (Stow. Gravel *rte happy. It ii abefeutifal little daughter, Jtf. Chas. Gravel has gone to Minne bcapolis frtr & few daja Oft builsines. New wheat is not As good as expected Vo.caysthe miller. f'Robipso.o^ advance agents citfoe through heir today, leaving what will he lUMisement for the smell boys (and larger onps too?) fbrhiany ttoys. Our Reboot began last Jtondnv with an attendant of about hirty-five pupil*, And more aVe e*pccti?d. All are pleased with the return of our ^former teacher, Mitt Itan Dennis of Hfttik Centre. Gravel & Gotrtet tiros. have Wen tanking repairs in their flout mill and pitting in »0W machinery, consisting of ft centrifugal reeland bran duster, and replaced all -the saw mill machinery wVk new. Order*,. fbr fioiir come in fastetthntHhey icao be-filled. Last Saturday evening1"Dave" Goulet, bf the hoarding hou*e, gave a very pleas&am...

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. — 18 September 1885

MDLKlftG-TIME. The erea shailowings fall around, Cool vapftrn vise from the fragrant ground, AH the cows come home with their bells a-c.hirue The liullfroKS croak from the mossy pond, And the owl trills soft not far beyond, At milking-timtt. Loomhigup through the twilight clear The cows are coming from far and near. Lowing, and blinking their kind, largeeyeH. The huiler lightly spring# through the gate, But the old cow steps with a mien sedate, Stately and wiBe. Then Hester comes, the pride of the farm. With a bright milk-pail' on each plump arm. And a cherry nock-ribbon brought from town. Shegrtft'op the low stool round and neat, And splashing and foaming, pure and sweet, Tho milk comes down. Robert leans o'er the barnyard gate, And what with their chatter the hour grows late Aa Hetiter in laughing and blushing rod. The old cow lows in a warning nuld, "The night- rumen on you must hasten child 'Ti.s time for bed. The shadows lengthen, the lovers talk. And the inilk comes slowly whi...

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. — 18 September 1885

%h? .• ^V raid }.t'V'•'"••• A 80BEWD DECEPTION. Uemarbable Powers oft'olonel AtUntns PloderprsM, Ono day, after deep meditation, tbe Prince of Orange remarked to Ben tmck: "To the ravages of string drink tbe human system resorts to va­ rious resistances yielding versatile re­ sults." This remark, although it em­ bodies no particular philosophy, either inductive, syllogistic, recon­ structive or democratic, has caused much comment. It id true that there is a great differ­ ence in men, concerning the power of resistance^ against the influence of strong drink, and although no man wholly escapes, yet" some men while fitruifftling under the effect of liquor, can completely deceive a beholder. There is Colonel Atlantus Pindergrass, for instance. If yon did not know that he was drunk you would not .think that he had been drinking. He bus away of standing on the tiptoe of such politeness, a way of saying sfuch pleasant and appropriate things, that his intoxication is hidden under a bushel o...

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. — 18 September 1885

ir-' MlMM Good-By Bogy Uiwefc!—Plump Forms Ho Longer Ocraaidered Fashionable. "Just take a look at that lady com lag out of the drug-store." said well known physician to a reporter, at the same time attracting his attention to a beautHul young girl of 21, or there­ abouts as plump arid, rosy, eheofced as only a proper,mode of Hying could make her. She was the Very picture oi health, her proportions were symmetri­ cal from head to foot, and from a glance the reporter judged that she weighed about 150 pounds. She car­ ried a small package in hor hand, and as she disappeared from view, the phy­ sician continuing, said: "That girl is as pretty and handsome as any in town, her parents are union the wealthiest, all her wishes are fulfilled, she wants for nothing, and still shti is as miserable and imhapw as the poorest woman in the city." "Some love affair, of course," said the reporter. "Far from it," replied the M. D. "She is engaged and about to become the wile of tlio man of her choic...

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. — 25 September 1885

"T* I VOI 10. JO GO&VXTSrm A 7 I P\ XL C. STAPLES BOCCKSSOJl TO S. F. STAPLES, DR.VTiKR IN Fine TUTTLE & CHURCHILL, DFALERSINf Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware and Spectuclcs. JL-/' UBNITirBE. SPUING BEDS. MATTRESSES, PIL­ LOWS, CARPETS, TRUNKS, SATCHELS, CURTAINS, WALL PAPEK, PldTUREB, FJKA.WE CR©QIJETr?SErrfi,&, BABY CABRUGES, EXPRESS WAtilW &c., ALSO Little Falls Jewelry Store or it IVTOTTO: IRON, STEEL and COAL. Tin, Ooflp«r ar .. Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. J. C. HESSEL, DEALER IN •mwm-m tic. and O^LSBLSSnPS OP ALL SrZES. Parties desiring anything in our line will save money by giving us. a call before mirehftsim elsewhei e. WATCH. ffttyo t,o RMineKs WATCS I E. STAPLES WATCHMAKER AND! JEWELER, Repairing of Fine Watches and Work fo^ the' Trade a Specially. PROMPTNESS. SQUARE DEALING. LOW PRICES.' J. W. BERG, —DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE, All kinds of mechanics'and farming tools PHB IMPROVED HOWESSOALEi- McCORMICK HARVES...

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. — 25 September 1885

v'V Little Falls Transcript. W. 1L FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. that there is consternation at the prospect of the famine now impend­ ing. Georgia has just been provided with a local option law which leaves the matter of permitting or forbidding the sale of liquors of any kind entirely 'with the people of each county. An election must be held on the question whenever one-tenth of the voters pe­ tition for it and in the event of a de­ cision in favor of license, another elec­ tion may be held two years later. Senator Plumb of Kansas predicts that within the next decade "immi­ gration, instead of coming from the East to the West, will be returning from tho West to the East, and that the young men of New England,born in sight of the sea, instead of following the example of their fathers in seeking in­ vestment of ambition and capacity and skill, in the West, will find their chance upon the sea or in foreign countries, where they can better realize their ambition for fort...

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. — 25 September 1885

"POOR CiVELOTTA!' Carlotta, the widow of the would be-Mexican Emperor Maximilian, is re­ gaining her health." Her reason, which fled nearly twenty years ago, is slowly but surely returning.—[Cable dis­ patch. Surely the most, mournful of all the sad stories of modern history is that of Carlotta, the daughter of that Leo­ pold of Belgium, whom the great Na­ poleon described as "the finest man he had ever seen." This same Leopold went to Paris in 1815, after the bat­ tle of Waterloo. In 1816 he was wed­ ded to Carlotta, only daughter of George IV. of England, and in Novem­ ber, 1817, both his wife and child, rJie latter new born, Were buried. In August, 18.'i2. after tho revolution which lift'! separated Holland from Belgium a?id given Leopold a crown, he married Louise Maria second daughter of Louis Philippe, the "Citi /en King* of the French. The fruit of this union wcie Leopold, now King of the lielgia.ns Philippe, Count of F! vn ders, and the unfortunate Carlotta. The mother of Ca...

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. — 25 September 1885

-$»?• WMS*" t,^_ ehksing. IMI14 H«ivij -~. iW! m-* & p:^%1Hpfxi%.:''3Bf"4::3CjE3i" iSFSf'."'--•..i,' «u .•. mid MME. XACS'. Counties for .Saie. &•*$&? V.:.'. -.-••• Dry Goods, CHAMPION ••!•." Mi/ 111., ?jtT ft 5*ZWiV '.S f'fft "N^ 0 PiM?Lands for sale. Lands bowg tSlid sold on commission. Abstracts of Office on First Strtnt. First door north of f?'» fctiflcrs Siorn, AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Keady-made Clothing DEALER IN ,4 SPECIALTY MADE OF THE Also dealers in V'ft A FULL LINE OF 30110 OL FURNITURE. rigei* Horse Hay Rakes, Harrows, Capivators, Wagons, Bugies, Etc. Agent tor the American Sewing Machi I'"- "M v. -1' ".. il^the Home Instkrauce JOo., of New York. '~i' .•' i- :'••.• y, ^'P.\M,. Osborne's Light Harvesters 1 MB six-JifU il &V~xs ...... ,, ,... saie-i^CMtoracres of land in S3 to $8. per acre. :v. TjrniA«f Fa'j'meiitto Sult ParehasieM. .. ••••..:'• DEALERS IN Reapers and Mowers, ?7 Briish breafcing ploM and sulky cultivators, ia ,: ,-:_v..,. ---a (if.-...

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. — 25 September 1885

KS'J' mmm' srit at Viijmpt washeid^Ti WedtieiBdoy Friday of t^ia tve^c,, and! wr^| tended,' aHbotedb thegate r^'if^ %lV' a .tittle :urfder}psV'y4or%- lS©(rac|Ji^ Tjiroe, 3 :02, 0:5, S-.01. 3:03l{. "l£ MILJC UUNKI^G liACK. Mndal'ule Koah 'Billy Time, 1:04% 0:38,' THIRD DAY. 1 urr.E TiiOT. Srotch Thornna Poor -Boy. Titue, 3i58^f, 3 :05, 2:58^. eventsjweVts bj^iar tire finest ev«r had ttUi»ruc«ys., ami the disposition in Morrieop county and attracted a made of e*«tu cMe is shown.' None of great deal Of ifil&i^st. 4 A remarkable flight exhibii in ve^^bty farm produce Vras made. Abbot the' a ana) exhibit of blooded Jiye stock wse ua«le. f:..' i.^ Some of tlif m^relianfs Viad a nicelyflrranjrftdexhibit'of goods in the baH, the fir^t bein&Tiittle Chufq^riifr^, trankfi, bums, book?, fancy arffclesj etc. Berron Bros.Wdafine display of V.odts, shoes, mbhers, nrittona, ,«tc., the assortment of ladies shiest beinj yiurticnjarly fine. -j assault ladies' and jrenfa fine slippers and shoes...

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. — 25 September 1885

...,.,. f"4 .ill •n -., •v.•:/ ••*,.•: fe K- 11 1 -fita LI m* tatattdU it proie^t efrtnofirom »]l thereat* ring «ucb a little f*iry frrcat, «weete«$»nd thfc best, ffokquated ixazrie to ftp fJMary.' laud Hep Vellbw curls, her baby grace Wh, call her 'Ethelrad,' or 'Maud,' VOr^'hiiBt'ine,1 for her angclface. "Bottfme will change thisgolden fleece Tdmatcta tho eyes in duHky splendor Far better name her 'Beatrice,' Or -Iitoogen,' serene and tender." "Oh, name the child for Aunt Louisa, For she, good aoul, is well-to-do, The copvpliment in sure to please her And we can call the darling'Lou.'" Moat prudent con nael, all too late! "IVixt Maliich i' sand Mat the W'b pages Apt ears, unchangeable as fate, The nuine beloved oZ a.ll the ages. The antienl #ew», its purity TTiiBpoiledBbtUigrace our latest beauty Sometime oh. dearer lips to be, The synonym of love and duty. And gracious womanhood adorn, Hpweverfortuue'bgiftsmay vary, .Till on a day like Easter Morn She hears the Master call her "M...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 25 September 1885

y^-i 1 coTicunA -THE BESI TONIC. This medicine, combining, Iron with vejettble tonics* qutekiy and odmpl CMM Oripepfbi, Ini&irtitloti^ W £S!2%££ ...alarl^J CI and Fevers,itid It la an (mailing remedy for XiscMet oftfi«' If ana UTW, It Is invaluable for Diseases peditiliW- to Wo^B^sadsU who i«^»edent|ifcr—#" ltdw anotlhjure the t£eth}^iutt const?! produce pation—ether Iron medicine It enurtalMe* uii Mrito tlfce imulftt^s the appetite, Aids fhe food, relieves Heartburn and Belct stimulat of food, relieves Heartburn and Beichinir strengthens the muscles and nervos.- For Intermittent fcww,'.I|iu Xsack of Knergy, etc.,ithaa no equal W The genuine hot above trade mark and crossed red lines on w^tpftr. Take no other* Me *rtj fcy Bfowa ooaicAfctfe, utniou, aft "I ewe my Restoration TT to. II.etdm ancLBeauty to the CUTIWRA ^REMEDIES." Ho^on latlf. TVunriOtjiRHO Hiimor*.HninOta.fciag-Brupfclons.Itclilng JL/ Torture#, Semfnls, Salt Hheutu, and Infantile Ho. •JOTS cured by the CUTICUIIA RJC...

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