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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 February 1886

'.V, &<•£. •'•tfi Transctfpt. X. fULLRB, Publisher. gMliOl, MttMBaOTA. wding to Edward Goadby on statistician, the Fran&>-Cfer war/the Russo-Turkish war,the Russian conquests in Asia and the French operations in Tunis and Ton* quin have cost $2,787,5p0,000, all of which was wrung from the people. Emily MacTavish a great-grand* daughter of Charles Carroll of Carroll ton, of revolutionary fame, has taken the black veil and joined the Sisters of the Good Shepherd of Philadelphia. The MaoTavish family are among the most distinguished and wealthy resi­ dents of Baltimore. The blizzard which came upon us on the 0th of last month, and covered an extraordinary space on this continent, curiously enough visited Europe at the same time. There was a heavy fall of Inow in London on the 9th, and news from Paris say that so blinding was the snow storm in that city all travel was completely stopped for a short time. At Vienna, there was not such a snow­ fall for five years. The snow e...

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. — 12 February 1886

the Ro*bury Advocate. -, married," heeoltlyeatd. looked npinewift aurpriee, ,. j»tor froittQUt ot h«r flight grew flip ||i her eyes. ^||fre goinf to ibe married?" DM echded luid a atoady tone. "lliope you'll be happy .where'er you go." .t ^ptagk »littie rnouL, J't iiiow thkt your bride «ill begood and true, never could lore any ether." Steadily looked in hie eyes dark blue "Ttender you joy my brother." 'T» coins to be married—that is, I bopo To be, thought hardly know— Dear love, ehall I longer pine and mope?' I. tremble tor fear of 'no.'" ^he color'that oat of her face had fled Came back with a deeper hue: "Why, isn'tit funny?" she shyly said, "That I'm to be married too?" WHAT BELLE DID. "She was the bravest woman I ever saw, and a little bit of a body, too, but if it hadn't ha' been for her pluck and courage God knows what would have become of us. The speaker, one of the crew of the ilMated schooner Johh T. Ferris, was sotted on the deck of the steamship City of Durham, which was...

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. — 12 February 1886

m. f':' :Maehitos. v^i1 *. 3 AT A. tfANNEB'S CHEAP CASH Boots & Shoes Dry Goods, Keady-made Clothing OF MAVBXN & MEDVED WILL BE POUND ,THE LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing. Boots & Shoes, Hats & Capsr TINWARE & HARDWARE tw ecLisMTca ORRNNTALOOtf OVERALL wiuuimnsnvtoiur. Produce in exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call and see us. Maurut J. C. CONGDON, IERCHANT TAILOR. I have recently opened In rooms over Tattle & CharcMU'8 store a merehant tailoring shop, and am prepared to do all work ia my line in gooa and vlil furnish t|ie of material. Specialties: Farm Insurance. and Sewing & Mkdved. WOEKIAHSHIP AMD Iff 6DARASTELD. J, C. CONGDON J. C.HESSEL, DEALER IN McCORMICK HARVESTERS. w?-' Come to Cheap & Honest John Gharry pectoral I1PD-BY ij&& tf9HI sg^# I *&'£ 4 »*. kK $ 8TAPM1* fASO« AND A FULL LINE FRUITS, TOBAGCO AND CIGARS. Btwt stock of Cigars in town. Choicest brands of Tobacco. jgM Arctic Always on Draught. ...

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. — 12 February 1886

v. t4 fe" j*&.$ljfik,w targe a#fe»|of place to be sewed Be has alia purcbaioa Ike yard. *v '..••.ft, a^b*»£p«i^e#«digr A letter from. J, D. Lacbancestatee libit lie attired t». News- Orleans on the ialL and .would «*oon for felorlda. He w|£ nifc pleased with what belied «eeu of tfteSonth, and ifPlorid* Apteaot wit blfi brtterhe *itf so»n re tifb to Little' Eni He will dofbtlesa, jNtffife. V -fogbttattona ||e in progress for the itle ofthe Rho8»s properly on the cor-' n*r of Oak jindJflrs streets to aa Eastern ietpltallst, irlw»-Jprop3i»es to ereot an Wuansi vettyoe-story bffck building up. It Ishp^ iW^the sale will be mJutothad 1heae who ap standing lain the why ImmiU}, confer a favor on tbe public iftfcey Ml p. Instead of re­ tarding ti* W]fcr Tbe members of the OH^ns- Comet brad extend a, cordial iRviteti«u to the members of tite North £iir jl4Kk & Lo^«r Co. IQ Attend a baf) to be given at the. Fawttto link on the $3nl of February, 1880,* for the benefit of the bfkQd. It i...

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. — 12 February 1886

•fc' .W£ fet? 1t r- '$?: te p' BP tep Wy .:• N& Kriff fir»*?«£%$ Hi $£*r* k' A'tMrtunk«f««fcrlet splendor mai^ttfr bii Mltefe-" grade, fa tl M'r WSMt tr */fe^ .•"• -Saiggafc-. ITOR TTL UNP^ IWM nl¥«r olndat-n cumac MsJTOiasrs#,. W»WW* on ih« woodland satin* •TtUtkeybunt iato purple and bloom, Aaawaree, like a royal banner, Tie golden-rod'a yellow plume. 8he reddens the clinging try, A*d deepen# the corn-field's fold Open the^ podded milk-weed, Bids the trumpet bloMoma untold. 8tae mellows the autumn vintage And jpurplee the clustered Vine, And with Hps like damask rosea Sl)e taetes of the ruddy win*. But the languorous spell of her beauty Orowa fainter and fainter still, And the print of her sandaled footstep Js passing from vale to hill And the mist-wreath that floated around her/.,'. Enshrouding her bosom fair. Has faded away with the sunlight That glinted her golden hair. The maple# have lost their scarlet, And tho dogwoods thjsir crimson dye, 4 And tho golden-rods' yellow ba...

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. — 12 February 1886

'*11 I I is. •wwuwim^fartlMwwto a—d bslkbaa ua\ —THE BEST TONIC only Iron medicine that is not lnjurions. Enriches tbe Blood, IiTlgorqtei the •tea*, cMtores A ppetlte, Aid* 2l(e«cia« doM not blacken or injure the teeth, c&ase h«ad sohe or produce constipation—other Iron wiediciuet do Mb. A. B. IlAKacosf.WiUmw, Minn., «wys ho was •saerally dopreseod, hid no apnetita. in f»ct ha wait wwariod oat, almost lifslees. Brown's boo Bitter* eared MM.him ALIOE NASH,Bine E»-rtb, Minn., BAJTS: I out recommend Broom's Iron Bitters to all wbo sre ran down and lifeless." Thia KM her condition whan she commoncod to t&ke the medicine. On. bottla IN ado A complete core. Mm. lSAmnXE Coox. Mitchell. Dak., tnjn: I hare bsed Brawn's Iran Bittern far General Debility aod Weakness, and it benefited ma where the doc­ tor* had failed to do no." Genuine ha* above Trada Mark and crowed red lines on wrapper. Tithe no other* Made only by RKOWN CHEMICAL CO., BALTIMORE, MI. ^IJEJVNy NEW EVIDENCE. Bead the F...

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. — 12 February 1886

|^7 Pf': S'rt rf ymbto H». and, the means of testing thinn on trait w»s the bane of the old philosophy., Get Holland's translation of the worthy Pliny if you w^nt An afternoon'* amusement. He will tell yon that if ron col off the lip of a dog's tail with­ in forty diys from its birth, it will aerer go mad, and that the best of the litter is the whelp which get* its eyesight last, or that which the mother flnnVn first into her kenneL Of the faithfulness he has notable iu- It has been known to throw Itself into the flames when its master's foaecal-pyva w«s kindled. It will treed with the tiger. The Indians «ross their dogs ia that way. The lirst end second crosses ace too say ago the third can be trained. No mattor how fierce a dog ia, it will never attack you If you sit «iown—Homer says the same thing in tho Odyssey—and it may be ettenced by holding to it a brand enatehed from a funoral-pyre. When cremation was given Aip, this recipe hedto be modified and for the brand Was substitute...

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. — 19 February 1886

*v ff'- *4' VOI. 10. PBOTlgSIORAL CARDS. I-egal. Er»LFA»™Iif, Attorney at law. LITTLE FALLS, -. MINN. •CHAS. A. LINDBERGH. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFTtCK IN MAROTTE'K IttilCK J1I.OCK LITTLE FALS, MINN CHARLES F- IjAMB. ATTORNEY \T TAW. orVIO&iJN MAROTTE'S BI.OC'K, OAK ST. P,RrF.P.F.NCKS— N• I'- Olo.rko. Lieutenant Govern­ or r.ilman, I'r.itert Ktntes Attorney B. Searle, St. Cloud, if inn. LITTLE FAILS' "MINN. ""NrKICHABDSON,- Attornoy and Counsettar at Law. Agent for'tlie American Agency & Collection Co. Bnvs and soils veal ctafe, nwi loans money mistime. Also lift* Isure nviouvH of choice land mid town lots for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH. Attorney atlaw. -Office first door west of the Popular rink. LITTLE FALLS. ML\N\ OHioial. tmS'SIGKOB. REGISTER 01" DEEDS, MORRISON rOT N'ry. MINN. Will furnish Abstract of Title. Pay Tnrses. •"i -as Lauds for Palif. OKKICR ATTOURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, LITTLE FALLS MINN. A. .1. McJIANm M. B.. ray,sicfAx mid surgeon. Would nnnotim tiint ...

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. — 19 February 1886

*lj 4 'i?!- t$*{. ii alla Traiiseript. W. M. FCLL«B Pohllshe* LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. Sam Jones, the great ifevivalfct, who Is reported to have done good work in 8t. Louis and Cincinnati, has rat last tackled Chicago, and the result will be awaited with interest. Gen. Black, the pension commission* er, told a congressional committee that the cost of extending tha arrears of pensions act to 1888, would be about $222,000,000. The Storey will case, on trial at Chi­ cago has been advanced one stage by a decision of Judge Rogers, in favor of Mrs. Storey, the defendant Although this by no means ends the litigation, it is considered as a point gained in favor of the validity .of the will of 1881 and the final establishment of Mrs. Storey's alleged rights to the bulk of the estate. The Winnebago Indians in Wiscon­ sin, now numbering over 1,300, with very few exceptions, pay no attention to their homesteads, squander the money paid them by the government, are making no advance towards civil...

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. — 19 February 1886

Breathe soli andlow, O whispering *ind, Above the tangled grasses deep, Where thoss'-who loredme long ago Forgot the world and Jell asj^pp. Ho towering shaft or sculptured urn, Or m»Mo)eai»'i empty pride, Telle to the curioas passer by Their virtue*, or the time they died. jl count the old, familiar names, O'ergrown with mow and lichen gray, Where tangled briars and creeping vine Across the crumbling tablets stray. The Summer's sky is soltly blue The birds still ring the sweet, old strain Bat something from the 8aminer time XBgone that will not come again. So many voices have been hashed, 80 many songs have ceased for aye, Bo many hands.I used to touch An folded over hearts of clay. The noisy world recedes from me Tehafe to hear its praise or blame The mosey marbles echo back No hollow sound of empty fame. 1 only know that, calm and still, They sleep beyond life's woe and wail, Beyond the fleet ol sailing clouds, Beyond the shadow of the vale. I only leel that, tired and worn, I hal...

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. — 19 February 1886

l&V/"' S£*t' mm Boots & Shoes Specialties: Machines. V' 4& mt AT A. TANNER'S «CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, THE CELEBRATED ORR PANTALOON OVERALL YilKBAMED KZTEK TO RIP. Produce in exchange for goods at the "highest market price. Call and see us. Maurin & Medved. J. C. CONGDON, MERCHANT I have recently opened in rooms ?oyer Tuttlc 'Churchill's store a merchant tailoring shop, awl am prepared to do all work in my line fin good style5 anil \viii famish the best of material. *r.- Keady-made Clothing AT THE OLD STAND OF MATIRIN & MEDVED WILLBE FOUND 4TIIE LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots Shoes, Hats &'Caps, TINWARE & HARDWARE W0BK9UNSBIP AND FIT GUARANTEED. RJ, C. CONGDON J. C. HESSEL, DEALER IN I McCORMICK HARVESTERS. AND Farm Insurance and Sewing Come to Cheap & Honest John OLD STANMY HARASS SHOP REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY. iv Wmm STUART. DEALER III Ufa....« STAPLE & FA'tfei AND A FULL LINE OF FRUITS, TQBAOC© 1ND CIGARS] Bbst stock 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. — 19 February 1886

HOB C. B, Btickmart. left fft^W»sh!ng- •4oo,! D. G., (ast Friday everting, for abort business trip. 'Tbfc Masonlc Lodge of this village lute re a in a pi re of Louis G./Wofihinston, who died iu lhte villagti ls§( October while master of .the Iddjfif here. The picture, will lit hung in the ifcaaoriic UHIK iinportfrfit Notice. By request of ovir customers, we have Concluded to remain here few days longer, and hnye consequently received anew lot of good*, consisting of .Jerseys, Lacfta,' Handkerchiefs. Towling. Bed Spreads, &c. &c, which we will sell i»t 40 cents on the dollar. Don't mifcs thi Opportunity. It is positively the last ifotice. TIIE ST PAUL BANKRUPT STOKE. In late P. O. Building, Little Falls. We have a fev/ fur coats that will be closed out at 4et.s than cost as these coats are new goods and new styles, this is a splendid oppor­ tunity to get a coat cheaj). LIVE STOCK CO. Ftsrs, Furs. Furs. I have tlit: largest stock of Fur Over coat? and Fur Ro!»es ever ofTen-d f...

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. — 19 February 1886

'r & t» .••" iA (if iw UA si&Ji WHY SHE WAS BAITED. Th® Sunday school was hushed and still •And th« j&rson Jed in prayer, Then said a speech would now be aade By a stranger who wy there. ThfjJesson told, that day, the fate Of the dties raced by tire, And the ureut reward o! those Who did the Lord's desire. And then the stranger spoke of those Who disobeyed God's law, Said they the end of such as tdnned In the death of Lot's wife saw. To impress the fact he asked-a class, Small eight-year urchins they Why God had turned Lot's wife to salt On that ill-fated day. One little rascal made response, Wfchgrimy hand upheld His shrill voice sounded loud^and clear: "She was too fresh," ha yelled* Inter-Occan. THE COMING MAN. "It's getting so cool that I think we had better have the s£ove up. Don't you think so?" she meekly ventured, as she handed him a nice cup of steam­ ing coffee, and pushed the fresh, hot biscuits a little nearer his plate, as though for a coaxer. The question o...

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. — 19 February 1886

Krwr Mnfa or «H stteeks that weaTw" «4 «*rly ymtrtiy—. 3 M*. W. J. THE BESTTOMIC Itniifthm the AIihIm, ... Steadies the Nerves. Enriches the Bleed* Gives New Vigor. OLASX. 98 Pift Are.. Minneapolis Minn.. say* he ou a irreat cufferor from pains jn his Mck And sides caused by Kidney Disense. Brown's won Bitten not only relieved him of the pain*. Lot nnce taking this popular remedy he hti had no re tarn of the Vidniy troable. MB. Ai.mon Mosar., LeRoy, Minn., s»jrs by the sse o( Brown's Iron Bitters he wu entirely cured of severe Kidney disease. Genuine has above Trade Mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. Made only by SHOWS CUEUIOALGO., BALTIMORE, MO. NEW EVIDENCE. Read the Following: Addison. Ta., April 7. H18X I took a violent ©old nnd it -ottled on my lunge, (so much «, that at times I Kiiir. blood. ALLEN'S LUN BALSAM \vua recotnmcnucd to me as good remedy. I took it, and ran now sound and well. Yours respectfully, A. HHVE1HAN. Adpikon.J. Pa.. April. I8BX A. J. OOT....

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. — 19 February 1886

&V'.' t'0-\ "Will M. 0. STAPLES SUCCESSOR TO S. F. STAPLES, DEALER IN Fine Watches, Diamonds. Jewelry, Silverware and Spectacles. rr* Blacksmith Supplies, GlasSjPutty, Sash, Doors, build­ ing Paper, We Keep everything In tlie Line of Fcfoli Wear, A 9 4ra« --i »*'V ., tJ NIT tEl SPRING BEDS, MATTRESSES, PIL­ LOWS, OARjPIETS, TRUNKS, SMC&ELS, CURTAINS, WALL PAlPSR. PICTURES, FttAMKS,, (IROQIIEX SETTS, irAftr tfARMAGES, EXPRESS WAGO"K ALSO OP ALL Sl&fcS. Parties desiring ariyfefeg save money by grviiigits a call before purchasing elsewhere. Little Fails Jewelry Store. IRON, STEEL and COAL. Tiu, Copper ai» .. Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly uotie. H. P. SCHLETJSENER, -DEALEIl JLJST- ftboes CU8TPH WORJK— firta Iok O-A.SlSL'ESTS! in I. E. STAPLES WATCHMAKER AND JEWELEft. Repairing of Titue Watches and Hark fortlie Trade a Specially. OUR MOTTO: PROMPTNESS, FQJiARE DEALING. LOW PRICES.' W, BERG, -DE A LER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE, All kinds of mechanics' ...

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. — 19 February 1886

Brindle nr| of swi Stanehfield sj of nei A McLellan rei Joe Lachance w| of nwi l^ouisa Nepperty wi of swi Nepperty wi oi nwi Samuel Buck si of swi 3 11 Rhodes nei of nwi and si ofr.^i 1R Taylor wj of swi CvBucKhcut swi of swi Maik'sci of nei Mary Basts sei I) Campbell ei of ni The following descriptions are ii Brnunsen ej of fei ami swi of si Bucknoan nei nnd »i of u£ of sci Pren Pafmer wi of nwj Michael Kunlz «ei of fcJ A Bridge si of swi ana.nei offvi Cliche! Schinit n| of swi Gaking iwi of nei and sk'of nej Milbaner nwi and wi ofnej A McKutchen «4 of swi JEd S Arnold of nc£ and ni of sc.i A Guse of nwi t'has Falisbury ej of hcJ Gecr nwj Albert Morse ej of nej and ci of scj Gcer wi of nwj John Koehe ej of iiwj and e} of Garden n*i "^m Merta'ni of ncj and t»4 of nvri and eei of oe^ 1 8e| DELINQUENT TAX LIST. Jk. List of Delinquent Taxes upon Real Estate within the County of Morrison, Stateof Minnesota, for the year A. D. 1884, remaining delinquent and unpaid on the first Monday in ...

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. — 26 February 1886

i'!, J.j hJ VOL 10- PROFESSIONAL chas. a. AT^pNE^^T |L^V. I r. ,M.«(TTX'S BKaCK BLOCK_ 1 I [. !•:. (i! !, -1! Aittdjfsa^ i,. f,, io -i. .'''_lg»fl5ce 'fitsf floor 'v pt of tlie 'j^/iuar LITTJyKF^LLa. !5Pr=p=f ••^=-pc ". ,! I :i j. '., 1( !••••,'• la' -7 't*V* .'' il ',l! !)».= it '1M ft'.' }t]' :'v *f I-ca:aI. Attot*iiey kli-EWw., LITTLE FALTIS MINK CilfrTLK FA'LS,- -Jiflip? •"•!:€*habwbs u&jrtji ATTORNEy iXA^' omCBl'2SK MAROTTRlBSTjOEH| 'OAK* s|tt f,'ftB«'E]lo'.KrBLW/-1*. ••si I !, AVfefcV twljiwrtmt. -G werw- Jor.-Gilmaii'iiflJhitert-StfLtij!-AUoruey D/.-B. ,'^tnirj^ St, Clpu.d,^t.iui] ,. LITTLE T^VS.' I .: MiN-Sv. Attorney CoM.ttSre^Isnt* at tavy, y»- •tA.mariratt'A|n3iipy ^:GbUrfctdon.Go.' aftdifelh'ticat -MUiie,vindiite«h8 tnftnev' Alsft )ar-sa.',am.onn1pof obgico: iana and townTotft (or pay .' LltTLE.FAliLS./ktbcW. SMjTit/ S/M-i AT08dZ7JI/: MffsX.v/ s.r! .. I oflruTC'jW- ~l ^'©aSTJinds for Sale. i'i!' i' OF-FiJfK ATIOQ^fef-l^Sf^ i^u fr.-- S eBt.h JDif tript.. 'McaiitiP'w t...

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. — 26 February 1886

Little Falls Transcript. W. X. FULLEB, Publisher. MTTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The alumn\ nearly all the leading colleges hrjpb societies in the north­ west, 19 a surprise to many that BO ma /\y astern college graduates have co'.rt© rtnd to this section in search of fame fortune. The third annual report of the rf Railroad commissioners oft'^ ^stabe of New York covers they #,T Sept. 30,1885. The eanv/hgg Union. aho*/ a decrease of over $8,000^000 in gross earnings, while the tf/tai number oi tons of freight carril over'One mile increased over 570 ,000,000 »nd th«i number of passengers carried ene milo increased -about IJOO.OOp.OOQ, Congressman JBelnvont is ia favor Ml introducing the'principles'cf? civil ser­ vice reform in'^o the consular serviea, and has introduced a resolution whjeh will be favorably reported by "*the committee tin foreign affairs, cabling np©a the civil service' ctmmissioia for their opinions as to the practicability of •& law requiring oantiidatea for that scrvic...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 26 February 1886

7 FRUIT OF INDECISION. From the Norristown Herald. A maid I knew, had lovera two, And both were quite respected But to decide to be the bride O! ooe, left one neglected. And so she hang, her doubts among, Until she grew dejected. "There's John," she said, "has got ahead That ne'er will be directed, N But he is wise, has lovely eyes, And is so well connected. I lovo him, too, of course I do! A»d he shall be selected. "How Jam?s would start! He has a heart 80 easily affected. He's fond and fair. I vronder whera Such graces he collected? He's rich aa well. I cannot tell Why he should bo rejected." 80 JameH or John it balanced on, Ench judgment new corrected, Until the maid began to fade, Her thoughts still uncollected. And both the men proposed again To girls, while she reflected. A CREOLE CINDERELLA. In that portion of New Orleans tvhich is called by residents the Third district and by all others the French quarter, stands a small but pretty park, which bears the patriotic name of "Wa...

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. — 26 February 1886

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Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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