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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 30 October 1885

*"Xf I I if' M'M Si iy bcr1rfccov«ty Mr. S*ft|M!eTOl^. of:g! 8 collecting far Urot^^feflottlot BrfJS. *.,''". wW buried onMonday last. Mr^VtXfr §teh'ftunard apfl fantily^ave inoviid Wfirtutienl. a^ticV'day .for 'Mnu.-.iiicfe^r^4 gOT^:' ^i«)iit,.n6oii^tt: «maJl ^t'Jcage Bewljt te large as Ivisiswl, ami upon (in I ffHind i*. uicff warn* coiafortifr .went V/ some of our Indies. 4to?**«*Attemimii. every ounce of trot that he could .ealle^ ^d'lvft fM2fcapu*antrii»ing«ey- fr«m ,Imw»s, driving Then eral yfcrus of nk-e flannel and sorr.o wujoL en yarn. ,. A, veiy yka,saot affair occurred,, in our njid&t on Tuesday of last week. It was the marriage. of Miss Ida Drosiato Mr. Aifjterl Tanner." The ceremony was per­ form*! inthe Catholic church at Belle Prairie.,at 10:30 a. in. Altera sump ttiou» (tinner at the Droias, alwrit a doz­ en of the wedding part* started out for a ride, and a jolly time they ?had too judging from their appearance on their return. About thirty of the-friends and ne...

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. — 30 October 1885

TO-MORKOW. Tomorrow and .to'inonrow, O loir and fiat nwny, Whattreiieurea lie whon Hope is high Along yourahiuhig way. protmfe«£ fulfilled,'i What better deeds to do ®iimi eve# yet, sottlyaet Deneatbyour Bkies of blue. To-morrow and to.mbrrow, ,0 sweet and far away, Still evermore lead before, iVIong your shining way. Still evermore lift up puf eytja Above what we haveWon. To higher deeds, and finer deeda That we have left undone. Nora. Pkiirt. FOB BOYS AND G1BLS, "Sweetten" «nd "Baby." They were not exactly bad, but they were not what you would call nice brothers. They were fond enough of him in their rough Way, but they used, to bother him, callinghim "Baby and "SAveetness," and they delighted in teasing him. Maybe the little brother ought not to have been so sensitive, and it was very foolish in him to cry, when they laughed at him. He wasn't afraid of them, but then the little brother used to wonder and wonder why they were not like the good brothers in the story books, and the ...

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. — 30 October 1885

b, 2SSS1** fim® TEttBJAwi 2r^i SnS'«?SL*M,*I,uly Sf^'SSJSLJSfiStrfs •tlpatlea-AU, OTHialSS^SSSS^J fhpdctoiw and Dtmgglstae»s«ywhe*ei'#oBaimend it. Dm. N. B. Hvaautm. at rseosanisnd tar enriohi qnptoini. M.YH^ tUMtoM? lad asyt: "I 1 in DB. R. DxlsxuT MM iwl^Sllr* c*nat of -a», tenio «u satisfactory." f*®**4 HWJEISCXOrT. 8k!1"* W.w Orleans, L»„ in apeak too highly of this valuable oiedicino." G*S.ui?®]"*^Tn^iukanderoMed wd lines en wrapper. Take no other. Made onl* by BHOffM CMEMICA1, CO., BALTIMORE, MB. (iiticura ?3 POSITIVE CURE for every form of SKIN Ud BLOOD WSEASE 11011 P1XFIE8 fO 8CROFOU, I^CZEMA. or Salt Rheum. whft It* afronizlnjf itohlna Aj and burning Instantly relieved by a vrirm hath with OUTICURA SOAf uxi'J SLN^te application of Cun- cura, the jreat Sku Cnre. This, repeated daily, with two or three doses of OCTTI ocaA Bmolvkht, the New Blood Furifiea, to keen the blood cool, the peruriration pnro and unlrritatwe tho howeto own. the liver and kidneys active wUl pwedily air...

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. — 30 October 1885

1—-' NOMOE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY T18EMKNT. Mortjr*rt*, Fi.Hk 'n 'h :'r mi Wi /feiF''"1"' ADVER 'i p«g, 7i, PO iin'l SI, on whieh thor« ifl JalmO'l to slue nt v,he liit# of ibis notice, tbe Amount oT«mv.two a»ul kVioo dol­ lars iC2 4fi) nr'1 there hnri'lrti.' the fltXtV fcaUl rev •or equity to .oci.m tlied-lit seined by said mor •yr* or: ov «irt O^tvof. NOTI'T HEi-.^Y GIVEN, th.Uby virtue of pj\v?r of 'ulc e-wtim.fd in wifl n.oitvute, anr* of 'he it U« 1m smi'Ii cise r..ai}e, nl pro­ vide.'. the »i*id rr.ot isns*' vUl '"v ir^clo.'c*! by aval* nf'he tm .{pnreft fr\Mise* therein ne wrJ, whip!: snlo will !e wu'l" nt '.lie .'rout toer of *he I'mir1 i^m^c in the viUpjrr- oi J.ifilo the county of Morrison f.jkI Mntenf Vim»wo*». at pnhHe nu.-tior, by *b sheriff-.f DJ\lrS county, r.ti fUtmlnv, the i'2tl. ciay of T)o- tieinber. A. eighteen hundred und ei^Tity-five 10 o'rlo-V in the luren xjo, to 5".tisi'y (Vic •amour.!. whioh :.b»=il then be line on wild mort­ gage. with the Int. r«.»i thereon,...

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 November 1885

A VOI. 10. rRCIlTnOKA). CARM E. If. FAB»OTAJl7 •/Vfetoriaey Rt'Xaw, KITTLE FALLS, MINN. CHAS. A. X-INBBERGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE ix MARorr&'a BKICK block 'LITTI.B ^ATJS, MTN"W CHABX^S F. IAMB. &TTOB.1TCT AT UW. OITICE IK MAROTTr'S BLOCK, iu*.(3 OAK tovtn lots for ST. HsiXMSCEa—N. 1*. Olarko, Lieutcnant Govern If. itfl States Attorney D. B. Cloud, Minn. LITTLE FALJW MTNJJ.'" ~N7 SIOHabds6N~ fcttormiy arrd Couneoiloi* at Law. AftQUt lev the American Ajroncv & Collection Co. Bny* Mif! «ails mil estatfi. nmi loans money on »w. A No h* ft larj-'fj (enountof choice •\*n4 sr. L1TTLK ''ALT/?, MINN. at, J.,aw. —Office first door v,-e?tofthb r.pulur rin'r LITTLE l'Af.I,3 MINN*. Official, REGISTER OF DEEDS, nOKiilsON COi'M Y, "MINN. Win furniilj Abstract* of Title, ray Taxes. Tl&n Lands f"r Rale. wrTn'l', AT'COVUT ITOrSF, I-ITTLW yAT.'LS, TVITNN vm nanns, •dork of tli* District Court. Seventh Jtidicin 1 DiHtriet. MO HIl I SON COVXTV, WW, tc-i of illius Kir^'.l Proof el pv -...

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 November 1885

W. at fCLLEB) Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, DBQIE^OTA. Henry Ward Beecher nays that Gen. Grant "has left to memory only such Weaknesses as .connect him with hu­ manity, and such, virtues as will rank him among heroes." In his great Grant eulogy Henry Ward Beecher said: "In all the war but one out of every forty-two that died was slain by the bullet and one out o£ every thirteen by disease." California claims to have abundant water power derived to some extent from the system of irrigation. At every origin of irrigation, which is a dam across a mountain stream or canon, there is said to be a water power. Emigration from Great Britain de­ clined 15 per cent, for the. nine months ending Sept. 30, compared with the same period of last year. The decrease in persons bound to British America was over 10,000, and over 15,000 to the United States. Gas is rapidly displacing coal in Pittsburg. At present over 1,500 dwelling houses, 66 glass factories, 34 rolling mills, and 45 other indus­ trial est...

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 November 1885

ii Bs- "i' a unon boKFUBUEkr. The |iri with th® freckled lace ia now faah ionable.—Fashion Paper. He fondly gaud falter, frecliled faee, Then an arm he placed about Her waist, and gave her a fond embrace, And culled her his pretty tront. Into her face a red flush cane. And her eyes with tears grew dim, As she said, "why call rt» Bach a name?" And she tuitaed hbr bacJton him. "Oh, to praise his girl is a lover's right," He said, "and a lover's duty, And I called you a pretty trout to-night Because you're a speckled beauty." —Boston Courier. A QUAINT PROPOSAL The lilac bush beneath the south window of Willow Brook Farm's wainscotted parlor nodded gracefully as a tiny zephyr swept gayly by, wait­ ing far and near its incense of new mown hay. In its wake fluttered a purple and golden butterfly, to poise a moment upon the window's ledge, then to soar boldly forward until it lit upon a curious old vase beside an organ, whose yellowed keys gleamed softly in the half-darkened room. The butt...

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 November 1885

V'. .J' ,1^"' Ok Dry Goods, AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes Keady-made Clothing' W. E. HAHTINO. D. K. HAnr xt4.G HARTING &SON N E A E S WE ARE PREPARED TO SELL AT ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS PRICES. We have the largest stock in the City, and Orders will be filled on short notice. WE HAVE FOR RENT A First Class Hearse. Goods purchased from us will be delivered within a reasonable distance of town free. A reduction in hearse hire will,be made to those who buy their goods of us. Shop on Second St., west of the court house. 5 Little Falls, Minn. Go to the old stand of MATTRIN & MEDVED W HERE YOU WILL FIND A COMPLETE STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE, CONSISTING 'OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, STOVES and HARDW LITTLE FALL,S MINN. E O S A N ~-A -Is still we flirinsli- f&rmers and of harness' at superior in workman- A EE mmm J. W Close to His Customer* and Friends. I wish to Ihn ounce to my many cus­ tomers ami friends that I ha...

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. — 6 November 1885

A I On £-Htnrfay Uet & yoVipg man nattiV *d Theodore Brigef?. livir»rr near Ft. Mrs. Lucy Perlev, ihr Oak street milliner, went to Si. Paul nnd Minneap­ olis on Monday to become better posted ia the latest styles. The masquerade dance given at the Favorite rink last evening had a fair attendance, and gome very hn in I.some costumes were to be sein. All had a pleasant time. Mr. D.J. Wilson of Janesville, Minn., and Miss Melinda Luth of Little Falls were raanded at the Congrceational church in this village ou Wednesday, Nov. 4, by Rev. M. K. Pasco. A large gt-ared Eclipse wind mill has iust been put up on ,ihe Li.ilc Falls Live Stock Co.'a fnrm sou ot to rn by E. "W. Collin?. I» i? the biieest wind mill in the county, and bar Rafting and gearing lo connect it "with a wood sawing machine, feed grinder, fanning mill, pump, etc. Sawyers men at the Little Falls ele­ vator ere doubtless jrivin«r the farmers a square deal this season, .but the chicken ruiaers of this village who buy scr...

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. — 6 November 1885

I '{.'Kl. Vt\ V' .. WATCiSCVCt AND WAITIKO. Mm. Claim Yore de Vere .Ha* sadly come again to town, She thought to, make a brilliant match And win her daughter inach renown., At men she smiled, bat unbegnfled They saw the snare and they retired, belle of fall fivo seasons past, was not one to bo.adjmired. She,made blfc eyes and sweet replies, She wandered pensive by the sea, 8ha lingered, hoping, at the springs, But all the boys said, "not for me." lb*. Clara Vere do Vero, B»t few rich suitors are about, Your daughter «ive to some poor itian Before Jier charms are quite played out. —Boston Budget. LOVE AND FATE. BY MARIAN KOiMERO. Northern Budget. Two people, a lady and gentleman, are walking together underneath the elms in an old yet beautiful garden. The August sunshine lies warm and bright above them, the birds are sing­ ing in the branches over their heads and at their feet are beds of fragrant, old-fashioned flowers. Behind them at some distance of! stands a large brown house, wh...

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. — 6 November 1885

A DtBJEAH OFHKST. In quiet nookH on Dreamtftod'a Isle, 'M fancy's fond and favorite bowfers, I oft the momenta sweet beguile, And lull to elcep I fe's restless lioans dream of glories woven «oft From out the warp and woof of life ind thua in dreaming find I oft, My heart set free from toil and strife. rhe dawn end day clasp hands and meet To weave a garland for the moon rhen o'er my iele with joy replete, Hangs trembling tress of smiling moon. dream of islf beneath the sea, Where mermaids tuue their harps to sine And oft I hear Ibeir sonps set free, And o'er my Dreamland's watera ring. 4nd then rlre im of isles afar, Beyond our worldly care and strife Where nought their lisping waters raar,— And drop a tear for earth and life. tee cerulean waters nigh The sun-batf-ed isles thut softly rise find empyrean laudscapes lie Like an^el Creams of Paradise. 1 bear 1he rut,llus robes of spr ng Trail tluoiiah .he bright elys'an wood I feel the bn alh of spirit ing Sweep 'ntuih the sunlight's g...

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. — 6 November 1885

i\ I OF M0KTGA6* BAL£ 1JY ADVBIFC TISEMBNT. Default, has been made la the Conditions of a coru nMort age executed ^and fel*vered hy Peter Vimi*. mortgagor, toF. T. Day, mort -gaeee, dated the 20th flay of-October, A. ». eighteen "'hundred and iwghtv-tbree, awl re •coroed as a mortjrajre in trie office of the Be/is "tor orDeW'S of the county ot Morriion. !n the Stat® of Minnesota, on the 24th d*v of Novem­ ber A. DMSS3, at 10 o'clock a. m. In book of Mortgage*, on page? 79, 80 and 81. on which 'to* b* diU auSe'dat"ofS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that by virtue of a power OF KHIO contained in 'said mortgage, and cf the statute In such casu xr.ade and pro­ dded, the said mortea-^o will be loreciosed by a K«jl« of the mortgaged premises therein de­ scribed, which flsle fall bo made at the front door of the court hfsuse iii the village of Little Falls in the cmmi.v of Morrison and state of MinneKot/Kift public auction, bv the sheriff «f K'tid ^.oeiity, on Saturday, the 12th day of De cem'oer...

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 November 1885

1 VOL. 10. PBOFISSIONAL CARDS. Legra!. ®. H. FiBKHAM, Attorney ttXaw. LITTLE PALLS, MINN. CHA8. A. r»XNBB3SROH. ATTORNEY AT LA W. orrjca I* *A*OTT»'» MICK LIOCI LITTLB FAlfl, ICDOT CHAE1BS r. LAMB. ^TTomwisir A.T UW. emoi IK XAKOTTS'I BLOCK, OAK 8T. Itwssiwow—K. P. Clark*, Lieutenant Gavarn «t Ottawa, Uaito* Itatea Attorney D. B. laarle, 8t Cload, Ulna. LITTLS FA.LD8' MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attanwy and Counselor at Law. A ft at for tf)» •merioan Agency & Collection Co. hfi HI Mils rtal «»tat.e, and loan* money wn. Also lias a large mount of ch«lc« Ifcat town lota for sale. LITTLB FALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH, Attorney at law. —09M flntdoor WART of the Popular rink.— LITTLE FALLB, MINN. Official. LYMAN SIGN OR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOBKISOK COUNTY, MJK*. Will furnlih Abstracts of Tide. Pay Taxes. Has LanAi for ftale. ©TFIGK ATTCOTJRT HOU8K, LITTLB FALLS, MINN Lion nmm, Clerk of the District Court. 8«vonth Judicial District. MORRISON COCHTY, MIKX, iKV-Bntri** ftfHomeiitaa'Is. flling Finn!...

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 November 1885

ft little Falls Transcript. W. 1L FDUUKB, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. Pacific coast people say they will export 20,000,000 bushels of whl&t o! this years' crop. The grand jury ol Philadelphia, in view ol the large number of cases pf wife-beating and assaults on women brought before them, report strongly, in favor oi the revival of the whippirig post for this class of offenders. Senti­ ment is growing in that direction throughout the country, but it is not likely that it will be crystalized into legislative enactments just at present. The whipping post is still an odious thing—and so is lynch law, which comes in occasionally in aggravated cases. Joseph Pulitzer, who before going to New York had considerable suc­ cess in St. Louis as a newspaper pub­ lisher, and who was reported a few months ago as having drawn his check for $250,000 to make the last payment for the New York World, has been regarded as the owner of the property. He now testifies that he does not own it, an...

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. — 13 November 1885

V. A HARVEST 80KO« From the Western Christian Advocate The odor sweet of new-mown hay is waited o'er the land Piled high, the sheaves of golden grain* Wait for the tresher's hand. (Vide, billowy fields of corn uplift Their banners broad and groen, With plenty's promise graven bright On each, in glittering sheen. The leafy vine bends low with weight Of juicy clusters fair. Springtime's glad prophecies fulfilled The burdened orchards bear. O'er all the land brown-handed Toil And patient Thrift have, wrought Day after Day, till dreams have been To full fruition brought. Yet not to them all praise be riven. Not all to Toil ana Thrift "Who gives the increase," unto Him Qur grateful hearts we lift. Who can the rijehly varied store Of goodly gifts behold, Nor say with Israel's prophet bard, "Thy works, how manifold!" ELIZABETH F. STABKEY. BAVENSTHORPE TRAGEDY. Mr. Glister stood at his own shop door and looked out upon the almost empty Cathedral close. Things were dull just then in Ravensth...

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. — 13 November 1885

& 1 Dry Goods, •.•'iffiWl-.V W. E. HARTINO. 1 1 N HP Mi,* iviji?K'tV ATA. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes lieady-made Clothing HARTING & SON, a WE ARE PREPARED TO SELL AT ST PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS PRICES. We hiwe the largest stock in the City, and Orders will be filled on short notice. WE HA YE FOR RENT A First Class Hearse. 'floods purchased fromms will be delivered within a ^reasonable distance of town free. A re'duUHoe i« hearse hire will be mad* lo those who buy thtir Roods of as. Shop on Second St., west of the conrt^bouse. to the old stand of 1CAXTRIN ft MEDVBO WHERE .YOU WILL FIK9 A iOOMPLKTB VTOGK 09 GENERAL RHCHAIDISE OOH8ISTIXG Qi Dry Goods, Groceries, 01ot¥mg, Boots ft Shoes, Hats fe -Gaps, STOVES and HARDW ARE FALL,S UTILE OLD HABNESSSHOP Is still prepared to furnish farmers and with the best maike of: harness at kpricesj superior D. K. BARTNS'G. orMnrtra6tin "OKWTTO* Monststai.f la Probata Graft. matter bf theestate ofMwgwet HNbaa, •^S®PSa(|P®Qs. ^tiei...

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. — 13 November 1885

•BISAI. BWATB TBAlWFm Following is a list of (lie real estate transfers recorded in the register of deeds' office in Morrison county, Minn., »»ola, durinjf the. past week: Herbert D. Clark and wife to J, D. Logan—part of ae} of sej of section 35, townSt), range 32...$ & Frank Latnpkaand wife to Mar­ tin Rzahowki—nj -of n} of ne| of section 34, town 128, range 30. 200 Frank Lempka and wife to Mar­ tin Stanek—of n| of MHJ of section 34. town 128, range 30... -300 Julia Greene et al to Nellie K. Hinamann—lot 14, block 11, Greene's 2nd add. te Royalton *50 S&OKippam! wiv*# to Mary A. Foster—HTYJ- of ae} of sec­ tion 25, town 39, range 32 '240 Almond A. White ond wife to Ellick Cplson—lot 7, block 17, 1st add. to Motley VYoiirs'Veiy Respectfully, JOKKW.CI.OPX, Druggist. Place of business, between Richard Bros.' and H, F. Schlensener's stores, on First street. Little FalR Mian. $3P*Quacfeonheimer, Elliott. Standard Time, and other finest grade whiskies an to lie found only at the ...

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. — 13 November 1885

FOB Hffl SAKE. Hold closer still my band, dear love, Nor Tear its touch will soil thine own No palm. is cleaner now than this, So Ireo from earth stain has it grown Since last you held it clasped bo close. And with it held my life and heart For my heart beats butin your smile, And life were death, we two apart. 1 loved you so. And you? Ah, well! Ihavrhovroid or thought of blamo And even now ray voice grows low And. tender, whispering your name. You gauged xny love by yours—that's All, I do not think you understood There is a point you men can't reach, Up the white height of womanhood. You love us—bo at least you say, With many a tender smile and word You kiss ns both on mouth and brow Till all our heart within is stirred And having, unlike you, you see, No other interests at stake, We give our best, and count that death Is blessed, when suffered for your sake. NORTON BLAKE'S DILEMMA. i. "Is it true, Norton? Is your uncle really dying?" The speaker's eyes were sparkling, her cheeks f...

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. — 13 November 1885

.^Vi 1 fi'-f ,' ,t j. AocmEU, Hbw maay years It's Isln aws* Unknown, uare«4, unseen, Tbe little song I sent one day To that great msgszlael For wat very yoang, Indeed, With hopes of ro»y nt— I tbongbt v'en tnleht live to see My little sottg ia prist. Bat only now, when I am gray. And life Is Ateting fast, The longed-for— after long delay— "Acccpted" conies at last And In the-joy It brines to me There larks a mournful doubt If Isi)all ever live to see That little song "coine out." For magazine* are freehand strong, Tbey grow pot old and gr*j-t And though It's true that "Art Is Long," 'Tis not so long as they. But we— tr« fade! With bitter pain I learn that well-worn truth. Alas! 1 shall not live to na The che isbed hope of youth. 18'iall not bear .my little aong By others reudor sung HI feel I can not live so long— I am no Iouger yo'unfe The scholar did as he was bid, re­ turning to his fellows. Then sudden­ ly the fair woman rushed down the steps, out upon the greensward, her face s...

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. — 13 November 1885

v'-V iWd. --4 OF MORTGA«B KOTIC* ney's -offer* The BY ADVER- SALE TISEHIRIT. Delhqlt baa been mado in theconditions of a ****»,» executed and delivered by Peter, \Mg,rnorlM*got, to F. T. Day, mort-. garadatriftto 20tb day of October. A.B. eighteen hundred and eJghty-three, and re M'flwai a mortgage in the office of the Regis­ ter of Deeds of the county of Morrison, in the Stateof Minnesota, on the 24th day of Novem­ ber. A. P. 1883, at 10 o'clock a. m. in book of Mortgages, ou pages 79, 80 and 41. on whioh there la claimed to be due at the date of this notice, the amount of slxtv-two and 46-100 dol­ lars (162.48) and there is yet to become doe one hnnared and eighty-eight dollars (8188.00) and tfaero is claimed to be due the further sura of sixty-five and 19-100 dollars paid aa taxes ba said mOrtKAged premises for which he hpMs the receipts of the ermtUy treasurer, and no action or proceeding has been instituted at law or in equity to mover the debt secured by said mort­ gage or any...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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