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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 March 1886

k*. Z' S. i".i THREEMOHTH^ .-v-7 for 35Cgntg. •'^a»BT, PAUL F?EftAkD will t&srtnttrfany ttddrcM iii the t'ntted.stales for thnw mouths «oa trial on recetpt of T*eaty-five cent* "We want 20,0 O0 3 moatNi tritltBb WfttWM. ®*d our "oilw of pr«al nm for elal*. PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS For a club of 3 subscribers at "i5c eftuh we will •eud an extra copy for three month# FREE. For 15 subscribers at 2&c each one Woods' Peno graph Pens, complete, retail price of wbioh is |3. For 50 subscriber* at 'J5o each, pair of the best ulckle plated rotter or 4ce skates'as prefer­ red. For 325 subscribers at 29c each, the lihoice of auy one of the following cnkil«: Webster's Unabridged dictionary totecdh-loading Hhotsruu Ladies solid silver watofe Gents solid silver watch ahandficme violin a beautiful *iuuic irs fonr tones and valued at S30.00 at auy Mic-store. fSNTS WANTED. will fctvea very liberal cash commission all who will act as' agents tor' the HERALD in securing three mouths trial tmbscribers...

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 March 1886

Attorney at Law, LITTLE FALI& MINN. ... l.w, CBAS. A. USSBEROH, ATTORNEY AT T. AW. OVFICE IS MAEBTfK'S BRICK BM)CK LITTLK VXiA MINX CHARIiFS T. IAMB. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN MABOTTE'S BUtCK, OAK ST. hfncks—N. P. Clarice, Lieutenant Govern- Oilman, United States Attorney D. E. 8«trle, St. Cloud, Minii. LITTLE FALD8* MINN. N. "RICHARDSON, Attorney Mii CeuiiseUer at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells real estate, and loans .money ,on same. Also lias a lattfe amount of cheiee land and town lots fpr sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. S. S. SMITH, A ttorney at Law. —Office I'.rst, door west of the Popular rink.— LITTLE FALLS. MINN. OfRcial. HYMAS SIGNOR. EEOISTER OF DEEDS, MOKR1SON COX,'NTT, MIN'N. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. f!«s Lands for Sale. OFFICE AT C:OURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN LM Hftl'BE, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judicial District, J:ORRT«ON COUNTY, MINN, 'mbs- KwtrioH of IIoniesUMrls. filirm Final Proof id any othe...

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 March 1886

&'" .* •Uf S M-- •& S® Kjk^ Ih tt*«? & 6M Wi fr -it- iW ,1K Little Falls Transcript, ff« 111 FULLEB, Publisher. LITTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. The fund for the benefit of Gen. Hancock's widow is growing at a rate which will assure her pecuniary sup­ port and independence. At last ac­ counts about $50,000 had been sub­ scribed. The collections from internal rev­ enue during the first seven months oi the fiscal year ending June 30, 1885, amounted to $66,878,117, which is $1 ,535,157 more than during the cor­ responding period of Inst year. There was an increase of $134,579 on spirits, $972,406 oh tobacco and $4-90,944 on fermented liquors. The Minnesota State Forestry As­ sociation will hold it| annual meeting at the State Capitol in St. Paul, on ^Tuesday, March 30, 1886, commenc­ ing at 9 o'clock a. m. Papers on for est culture, and the needs of Minne sota in that line, will be read by sev­ eral experienced tree growers. The public are invited to attend, and to take part in the...

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 March 1886

N THE IMPJiEIAL DRAGON. a First Impression Proved Decep­ tive. Prize Story, from the Chicago Tribune. The combination of circumstances that brought Miss Damon to L-— moneyless, but determined, was known to nobody. All that any one knew of her was imparted by a brief state­ ment made by the editor of the Dis­ patch to the effect that on a certain .blustering afternoon in January she had walked into the office and asked for employment. He had declined her service with thanks, but she came again and again, until one day she found a vacant desk, sat down at it, and had been there ever since. She wrote two or three caustic ar­ ticles, struck at one or two local atroc­ ities, and in a little while made an unenviable replication for bitterness ana cynicism. Her name got out, and after that everything malicious and pungent that appeared in the pa­ per was unhesitatingly set down to her credit. She v.as not known outside of the office, bub the impressions that pre­ vailed conceriiiic her wer...

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 March 1886

Hi "Xfs ii r«* it lr fiti M vv- IF 4 Boots &* Shoes TINWARE THE VJ «, :i sA ATA. TANNER'S ©HEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Keady-made Clothing AT THE OLD STANU OF MAVBXN & MEDVED WILL BE FOUND THE LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, wir.EiXT:i. & HARDWARE HI 1§SB i-\ SSS'-l^WL-?r THE CELEBRATED ORR PANT&LOOSa OVERAi:. HITLE ?O Produce in exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call and see us. Mauein c. J. W0BKMANBE1F AMD PIT O S A N HARNESS. SHOP iirifolrfiM Mebved. •& COHGBOM, IE RGB ANT' TA I have recently opened rooms oyer Tuttle & Churchill's store a merchant tailoring shop, and am prepared to do all work inmy line hi good style .and \v ili furnish the best of material. 6UARAMTEEB. C. CONGDON •B lT &EXD YOLiI ORDERS FOR is "REPAIRWORE A SPECIALTY. E. C. Lkfebvi?K. OFFICE STUART. DBALUnjur STAPLE* FAUCI AND A FULL LINE OF FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY TOBACCO -A.1SI3D CIGARS. ftaif0 Best stock of Cigars in t...

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 March 1886

iflfa© Additional Town Election Re­ ports. BUCKMANV Bupervisors—Martin G. Poster, chair mao J. H. Thoen. Wm. Dallmier. Clerk—J. W. Hedges. Assessor—John Sand. Treasurer—Michael Wischnewski. Justice of the Peijce—L. D. Forbes. Constables—J. PJ S»nd,J. F. Mason. parser Supervisors—M, D. Fluff, chairman P. P. DeMoss, Levy Mills. Clerk—G. W. Gisb. Treasurer—Harry Obey. Assessor—John P. Sirahl. Justice of the Peace—G. F. Parker. RIPJjKY. Supervisors—Joseph Adam?, chair -man Charles Leuiieux, Genor Biss-m, CJerk—Ludger Bongo] i. Assessor—LudgefAUelle. Treasurer—Charles Chart if r. Justice of the Peace—Philip Moraa. Constable—Josupb Beilefcuille. SWAN RIVKIt. Supervisors—Dennis Sheedy, cluur man Joseph Wosuak, George Foldin ski. ClTk—Dan O'Donnell. A«se8sor-~B. Kluth. Treasurer—E. A. Sutlifl'. Constables—John Channanska, K. U. Stewart. TWO RIVER*. Supervisors—Anthon Weber, chair­ man Kafp'er Jeraski, Nick Burgraff. Clerk—Donnt Tret tel. Assessor—An I hon Weber. Treasurer—George Goissel. Ju...

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 March 1886

"SOME MOTHER'S CHILD." From the Philidelpliia Ledger. •Afc home or away, in the ally or street, Wherever I chance in tkis wide world to me»t A girl that 13 thoughtless, or a boy that ia wild, Myhoart echoes softly, "'Tis some moth­ er's child." And when I see those o'er whom long years have rolled. Whose hearts have grown hardened, whoso spirits are cold Bo it woman all fallen, or man all defiled, A voice whisper'ssoftly, "Ah! some moth­ er's child. No matter how from the right she has strayed No matter what Inroads dishonor has made. No matter what elements cankered the pearl— Though tarnished and sullied, she is bomtmother's girl. No matter how wayward his footsteps have been No matter how deep he is sunken in sin No matter how low is hia standard or joy— Though g'.iilt.y and loathsome, he isaorne mother's boy. That head hath been pillowed on some ten­ der breast That form hath been wept o'er, those lips hftvt) been pressed That 8011I hath been prayed for, in tones swart and mild ...

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 March 1886

1 A WOMAN'S KEVENGE. Madge Heathcote was the only daugh­ ter of a widow, whose income was so slender that she was glad to find ac­ commodation during the warm months for one or two city boarders. The sum­ mer in hieh our story opens their only boarder was Guy Travers, a wealthy young man, who hud. taken board with Mrs. Ho nth cote in the quiet little vil­ lage of Glenmore for three months, which time ho bad spent in teaching Madge Heathcote to love him. Had any one asked him, he could not have told why he had done so, unless it was for amusement her artless innocence was so refreshing—and—and—well, Madge Heathcoto, "that tall, awkward girl," who would have been positively ugly hut for her magnificent black eyes and luxuriant dark, wavy hair, possess­ ed a greater charm for Guy" Travers than older, fairer women had ever done. Then after three months of perfect happiness to poor Madge, he told her he was going away, going, perhaps, never to return he said she had made the time pass ve...

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 March 1886

.•••* ...• .:* vM 'i*s 'C'4'f*wMlN -a* *5 SULL1VAJI AND THE HINEK. Hlthnrto tJu written Incident the. Lifo of ifie VnvoiHiitcrod UoKton Pn^tlltt Tha htatmy of the tour of. tbe John L. ?a.iUmm, aibmation in the wild ji.ii inWrw/chsg 1 T»Ve»t one, is but the ehiei actors in ?nuuy ot the occurrences are not anxious make all public. Sullivan's bu&l •ness however, Is fond of relating tuft story of fcow the great pugilist cpae near meeting his match in Colorado. "It was 5u one of the minlug towns," .the Manager-*aid. "You see, whenever we av'j a exhibition we advertised that if ..nybodr in the country wanted to spar -vith fcuJHyaa, with or without gloves, he wuu'dbb accommodated. Well, when we arrived iu this little place we fonnd a chal­ lenge already wuiting. There was a min yr h' re who was anxious to meet Sullivan iL: ,-ia.c'c and spur four or' five rounds •ui 'r. bum iii»ts. .1 found that tin other miner.* hiiiVfuade up a puree of $500 and were ilinig to back their man to that v....

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 March 1886

VOI. to- Jj- K. H. FiBHBAl, Attorney ftttwi LITTLE FALLS, CHAS.A. ATTOBflEY AT LAW. ««9IE8TTF KABOTTSS mcit BLOCK. LIWLtFAW. II1IVM CHABT,ray. LAMB. ATTORJCEY AT LAW* «mcs I* MAJKrrTB'A&LOCK, «*K sr. ttMEMflh*!!, P. CluH Lisi iUSgTiiSi^ff LITTLE FALD3' MWlt N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Ageut for the American Agency & Collection Co. Biijri and sells real entntc, and loan* money on same. Also has a larg« amount of chelce land and town lots for sale. LITTLK FALLS, MINN. £. S. SMITH, Attorney at Law. -Office first door west oI' the Popular rink. LITTLE FALIS, MINN. Official. LYMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRISON COUNTY, MINN. Will fnrnlsb Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. Raa Lands for Sato. OFFICE ATICOVRT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN LEO* Clerk of the District Court. Kevanth Judicial District. MOKR1SON COUNTY, MISH, SGr-Entries of Homesteads, 01 lag Final Proof nd any •llier l.o«al Land Office buKineas will be •eifthptW attended to. LITTLE PALLS, MINN. T** P. F...

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 March 1886

fe' ij te»' mi n! lite Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publish sr. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. England established her system of post office savings banks in 1861. Postmaster-General Fawcett, writing in 1883, declared that by that time one in ten of the entire population of England and Walea had become a de­ positor in the Post Office Savings Bank. In a public address in Boston, Hon. Adin Thayer predicted that Irish leg­ islative independence would be an ac­ complished fact within three years. Tfcis is said to be Parneil's own. limit of time, despite the more sanguine predictions of some oi his followers, and hcnco A. I). 1889 has now been set as the Irish year of jubilee. The enforced reduction of the hours of work on street car lines in New York seems to have had a pronounc­ ed effect all around. Street railway employes in other cities are encourag­ ed to bring a pressure for a readjust­ ment of hours and wages and, as a rule, the companies are disposed to concede reasonable d...

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. — 26 March 1886

A AN APFAIfi OF HONOB. An affair rather of dishonor an af­ fair that brought misery, death, and still worse than death,—imbecility. Yet it was called "an affair of honor." I will tell you of it, that you may judge. My father was a cotton-planter in one of our southern states, and I, an only son, was indulged to an unusual degree, and was early taught the use ot firearms. Even at ten years of age I was allowed to roam the woods at will, with alight fowling-piece that had been given me. Often, however, I had a companion In my hunting excursions,—the son of a neighbor of ours, who was a year older than I. He was fiery, and often a very unreasonable youth, qualities which he had inherited from his fa­ ther but we had never had any es­ trangement or dispute till this of which I am going to write. Eustace had always claimed to be a better shot than I was. This I was not willing to concede. In our target practice we sometimes had for umpire a sister of his, Ethel Halleck, who was two years...

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 March 1886

ft mm'--'. ^^-r':,4?'.: -h •i' :3v:.v •sir.'CX^. iMiitr U4^ Boots & Shoes AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Iveady-made Clothing OF MAURIN & MEDVED WILL BR FOUND,THE LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, TINWARE & HARDWARE THE CELEBRATED Oltlt PANTALOON OVERAL' WABBiNTKD KETEB TO BIP. Produce in exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call and see us. MAURIN & MEDVED. of aU the first class lines for England, Ireland, Scotland, and the the continental ports of Europe. Prepaid passage* at lovest ra^s* good for six months. T.L-JELLEY, Agent Northern Pacific Raitaoad Co. Litte Kalis, Minn. J. C. CONGDON, I hare recently opened, tit rooms oyer Tuttle & Churchill's store a merchant tailoring shop, and am prepared to do all work in my line in good and vill nniish the best of material. WOBKlilSHIP AMD FIT 6D&RAHTEED. JV THE OLD STAKD-BT HARNESS SHOP C. CONGDON m., E." C. IiETBBVm JAMES STUART. DBALBK IK ...

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. — 26 March 1886

I T*n 1 A-"4" :h -PitT l*edoux Laconics. Ledoux, March 20' 1886. Mr. Chas. Fearing lias gone to Oak Bluff near Osakis, to make a short yisit to relatives, and friends there. R. Fearing intends to build a new bouse soon. Henry Green is building a pasture fence, Ditto G. A. YVhilaker. J.'S. Miller and Mrs. Henry Green are the editors of the Literary paper the independent. Fffic Rounds feM from a swing a short time ago, and injured her head so that I over the governmentof counties, and for a short tioe it was feared the injury would, prore fatal.. Wm. Fearing made 34 ties complete in one da) and claims to be the champi­ on tie maker here. There was a pleasant little party at R. Fearing's the lust night before Lent, It is to bn hoped that the dancers will. «ow procrastinate the tripping ibe light fantastic toe until the Fourth. "Independent." Don't say that an old •man has no "ups" and "downs," for he has. Hia4lupsure when he l«.ks into the dim future, and his "(towns" are *when$usnn ca...

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. — 26 March 1886

mpuy. Mi' THE OLD IIOME. I remember an old gray farmhouse, All mossy, and htained with time With a film ol old age upon it. While yet it stood in its prime. A broad, low-browed old homestead, Where clambering wild woodbine Hung out its flames in the autumn, Like wroaths on a holy shrine. -Great, drooping elms swayed o'er it And blossoming lilacn tall, 'Thrust their purple plumes in the win­ dows, With the bees they held in thrall. All under its roo! ho mousy, And around its heart so warm, It gathered its happy children, In a merry, busy swarm. With thn beat o! vain on its shingles, It lulled them all to rent, When spriti|» brought the muttering show­ ers, Surging up from out tho west. As a hen soothes her sleepy chickens, Beneath her wings widespread, £)o we heard the soft, sweet wind-song, 01 the old roof overhead. And now when I fall a-dreaming, When it, rains, and the wind is strong, hear again the deep murmurs And beat of tho old roof's song. And the year.* fall away and leave m...

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. — 26 March 1886

iflitiii THE GALLANT FIFTY-FIRST. [Thftn came the memorable orJer from Burn side, which must have thrilled every meiri hf-r of tue rccfment: "Tell Stnrgla to send the 5'ist Pennsylvania to take the bridge."] Along the valley's narrow gorge The morniugmist ontspreaaj While rifle-pit and breastwork strong Frowned grimly overhead. The fcluggish stream that only served To slake thf thirst of kiue. Was soon to see a drearier sight "With men drawn up in 'line. Along the crest a Hash of fire Breaks red ngftinst the sky. Along the hillskiuhj narrow "slope Comes hack the quick reply. Ft rriiro dashes up in haste, His countenance aflame*, "The Fifty-iirst must storm the bridge," 'Twas thus the order came. "Fc bayonets!" Over Ilartranft's face A strange smile sent its beam The red biood flushed his dusky cheek— His dark eves all agleam, Sturgfs-aiul Cook in-vain ecsayed, And others yet may try £nt now the gallant Fifty-first Most torn the bridge "or die. TJright flashed the sword their leader ...

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. — 26 March 1886

I fer *vvu & .y* ,*fl a. SPKIISj OR NO SPELLS. BT MiifT C. PKESTON. '•"•v:1, cnde Ilk® cam' & ric tricks, my in said oW Nancy, solemnly. ••The on easel' ha' nil to do \vl' them. jBe .sato ain bonafe face an' yenain bl»« j« v. 1 brtng yf a braw lad soon enow. '. '.i vvi mid Nancy an' let giddy anesgoo •i-.-Jfj nbo-ifc the spelle." here is no harm, and I will not be „:'rAv.i," said the "bairn," a flaxen-haired v.-ixh eyes as bine as speedwells and u* sweet as roees at day-dawn. urtnL MacDougal taught me the rhyme, ?, it pretty. Let me say it for you, nuntk-/' Aim ie began, In a sweety clear voice, Come over tlie mountains,— ',v. '.hp old woman stopped her sternly. "j-Ta ii! ir o'slc folly," she said. "It be na •yoiily. win ye mann say it, say it where ti MacDougal teltye to, an'Bee what vvma to ye. Oirls maun nil be fules :.: iiDo lad comes, an» then they mnuo put or. wedding rings, an* find theirsePs »i^ator fules yet. Gang *wa', chlel, an1 Utah ®»e wf yer felly." 3 pvotty Ja...

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. — 2 April 1886

:V v(55 so. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Leffal. K. H. FABN1IAM, Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. GHAS. A. MNDBERGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICK IX MAI'.OTTE'S CRICK BLOCK LITTLE FAL8, MINN CHARLES r- IAMB, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN MABOTTE'S BLOCK, OAK ST. ERPKATNCKR—N. P. Clarke, Lieutenant Govern­ or Gilman, United States Attorney D. B. Searle, SU Cloud, Minn. LITTIiB FALDS' MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attgrnoy and Counselor at Law. Agent for tfae American Agency & Collection Co. Buy* and sells real estate, and loans money on same. Also Has a large amount of cbeicc land and town lota for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. E. S. SMITH, Attorney at law. —Office first door wast of the Popular rink.— LITTLE FALUS, MINN. Offloial. LYMAN SIGNOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRISON COTTWTT, MffN. Will furnish Abstract# of Title. "Pay Taxes. Has Lands for 8ale. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE, „TW1W LITTLE FALLS, MINN- LEON H0UDE, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judicial District. JDORTTLBON COUNTY, MINN, Asy-Bvtrios of...

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. — 2 April 1886

I ,w. 'tr it. o4" ti wouM -i It iSilJfsfcw XJtfXXiB FILLS* lOHNBSpTA. Several thousand state tl*at in general winter wheat is looking well and has not had a set­ back. The credit of the State of Ohio is certainly all that can be desired, when it is able to sell 3 per cent, bonds at a premium of over 2 per cent. The bonds run but from six to thirteen years, and the splendid price at which they sold is on that account the more remarkable. Mr. John Kelly of New York is re­ ported as having greatly improved in health. A month ago he took aiancy for a salt mackerel and some ginger ale. He enjoyed the meal, and felt so much stronger that he left his bed and walked about the room. When re­ cently reported as dying 'he was ex­ ercising with a pair of dumb-bells. Around New York harbor, says the Sun of that city, property worth at moderate estimate two billions and a half of dollars, lies practically at the mercy of the first belligerent comer. This enormous sum is about equal to the total a...

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. — 2 April 1886

1 1 MT MOTTOES. Aetmpleparionage—plain and brown— Where iviea rambled up and down With sweet-brier roses. A plate the earliest sunbeams kistj, Nor left, 'till shadowed by the mist The night uncloses. Timhere she wrought with patient care ,\A lite whose incense filled the air With gladness only. Vers heard her call to enter Test, And left the home, a broken nest, Bereft and lone)/. To children's hearts, and hearts grown strong With anguish, 'tis a lesson long, And sad the learning, That prayers nor tears can e'er restore The loved ones drifted to that shore Beyond returning. We've learned farewell oft through these years, She—welcome— where there are no tears, But joys supernal. And closely folds earth's loos'ning bands Within the house not made with hands, Secure, eternal. O, Mother, with the no?t brown eyes! In tby lair home beyond the skies, Aiu I expectcil? Can'st thou not tell me that at last, When 'cross the threshold all have passed, I shall not be rejected? Amanda L. Bartholo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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