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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 7 May 1886

k:'~. .,v Boots & Shoes AT THE AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Keady-made Clothing QT.-n WILL BE FOUND,THE LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoos, Hats & Caps, TINWARE & HARDWARE TMI CELEBRATED ORR PANTALOON CYZP.Al WlSBiXtED RITBB TO HtP. Produce in exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call and see us. MAURIN & MEDVED. of all the first class lines for England, Ireland, Scotland, and the continental ports of Europe. JProjpaid patKMiffes at lowest g*od for six months. STAND Of MAURIN & MEDVED a ii ,T. L» JELLEY. Agent.Northern Pacific Railroad Co. Litte Falls, Minn. J. C. CONGDON, MERCHANT TAILOR. prep Fin furnish tlie hest of material. WORKMANSHIP AKD HT GUARANTEED. I have recently opened In rooms over Tattle & Churchill's store a merchant tailoring shopr*uil rored to do all work in my line in good style AyCP S PlllS J, C. THE OLD STAND- HARNESS SHOP CONGDON A SPECIALTY. E. C. LEFEBVIIE. V' .y DBA LBS STAPLE &...

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. — 7 May 1886

$ *5 & 1 ^ema*ialtay,Ikfay 31, 1986. Thfodty, better* kuowit. M^Bicora? tiond$y,i§ by regulation uniformly is the cose €bie yeiir, it falls upon Sun­ day, when it will occur on Monday, tbe 31st. The exercises will blgin' witfe the formation of the pioeeesioin in the street immediately south of the court house at half past three in the after* noon and will be composed of the following organizations and will march* in the following manner: 1. The chief ronrshall, O. L. C*Whj, and aides Leon Houde+'Pty fh 2. The Royalton Band. •'8. The North Star Hook' ahd LaAder •company./^ 4. Granite Lodge No. $8. X. 6{ P. with uniformed color guard^t 5. The Little Falls bund. 6, Workman Post No. 31, t*. A. R., J" 'with armed color .guard.* 7. Ex-soldiers, not members of the 'G- AiJi... (Silfur badges will be fur ^msned all old soldiers who march.) 8. Citizens on foot. 9. Citizens in carriages. The procession: will start precisely at 4 o'clock, the route will be thereafter announced. Citizens in ...

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. — 7 May 1886

M: !a. OR* MADIKG." 0 finest ofitenc* ot delicto unrest! To bid tor Home abort space the busy mill Of Anxious, ever grinding thought bent ill And let the weary brain and throbbing breast Be by another's.cooling bantl caroused. This volume in my hand, .1 hold a charm Which lilts me out of reach or wrong or haitai. 1 sail away from trouble and, most blessed Of every blessing, can myself forget Can rise above the instance low and poor Into the mighty law that governs yet. This hinged cover, like a well-hung door, Shots out th$ noises of the jangling day, Those fair leaves fan unwelcome thoughts away. F. M. P., in the Spectator, London. SUMMERTOLE. "Oh, Teddy, can't you get any more apples than this? I'm. sure I could if I were only up there," cried the girl standing with up-turned face under an old apple tree, from which a small boy was trying in vain to gather a few ap­ ples. "I know you could. Do come up, Llew. There is no one hereto see, and I won't tell." "Why, Teddy Chesleigh! I a...

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. — 7 May 1886

r* r' 4 She met me at the door last night, All dainty, fresh and smiling, And threw her plump arms round me tight, In manner most beguiling. Then, in her sweet, impulsive way, She hugged me as she kissed me, Asrl told me how the live-long day She thought of me and missed me. She helped me off with coat and hat, And led me, still close-clinging, Into the dining room, and sat Down ut the table singing. The meal was perfect fresh-cut flow're, The firelight warm and rosy, Made all ecem bright swift flew the hours, An(J we were, oh! so cozy Then, after dinner, she and 1 Sang the Old songs together We used to sing iu days gone by— My heart, was like a "feather! Our happiness made earth a heaven, And now, as I review it, I recollect 'twas past eleven Almost before we knew it. We sat there on the sofa then, She nestling close beside me. Softly she smoothed my hair, and when I kissed her did not chide me. She fondly pinched my cheek, and so, Her dimpled hand upon it, She whispered: "Darling ...

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. — 7 May 1886

feV.': Ifte Canal necllni of Two |i«4t IkM Con elude* la a Itlilil, When two strange boys come together they proceed to get acquainted something alter this fashion: "What's ycr name?" 'Tommy Crupper* What's yoamf" •'Dicky TabbitS. Wot's yer "dad's name?0 "Ole Dan Crupper,-an' the dog's name's Sntff. Is yer dog yaller?" "Nope he's spotted' and wears a collar. Got a knife to trscJet" '•Yep bat llostlw Whon I find it I'll Bwap you. Watphy read in?" Third Reader. Lus trade hats." "I dawsent my pap don't low me. My •feet's the biggest." '/Well, 1 cbowed tsrbacker onest." "That's nothin'. I an' at oue time." •I was in awimmia'six times in one day a'ready." "I had two teeth pulled las' week." "That's nothin'. I cut my Angers 'most eve 17 day, nn'our hired gal'most, burnt her head off las' night.'* "That's no great sight. A robber broke into our house one time, an' my,pap's got a brother in jail" "Well, that ain't much. My ma's got a sister with a glass eye,, an* our baby's got four teeth a...

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. — 14 May 1886

I- ji'.l •i' —j I 6 fi VOI. 10. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Leynl. *. R. FAMHAM, Attorney at Law, 'UTTLE PALLS, MINN. ~CHAS. A. UNDBBR6H, ATTORNEY AT LAtT. omci ix Mtftoe-rre's BRICK BI«OK UTTLS FAL8, iflNN CHART.TO F. LAMB, ATTORirmr at •met IS }att*MiCBS—N. LAW- HAwrrrt'S BLOCK, OAK FFR. P. Clarke, Lieutenant Govern- •«r dhnan, United States Attorney D. B. Wlk, 8t Clovd, Minn. UTTLS FALDS4 MINN. N/RICHARDSON, Attonwy and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collectidn Co. Bwyi *ad Mlk Teal estate, find loans money •A ASM*. Also lias A large amount of choice la* ud town lots for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney at Lstf Litigation-conducted in alJ Ptato and Federal *Oonrts. Collections made in all parts of the United States. Taxes Paid and Real Estate 'managed for Non-Residents. Omci: Nat. Gcr. Am. Bank Building H3AINT PAUL, M..NN Official. LYMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRISON COCNTT, MLTFN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title, fay Taxes. Has Lands for S...

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. — 14 May 1886

I?. I Little Falls Transcript. W.JL UTTLB FILLS, MINNESOTA. It is said that the very faetstean* ehips are not profitable on aoeount oi the vast consumptidn of coal and the army of sailors required toman -them. I* St. Louis has completely recovered from the effects of the strike on the Gould system, and the same may be said of Kansas City, and nearly all Other points. Late reports from Peltin are to the effect that the French have succeeded in arranging the details of their treaty with the Chinese, and that by these means the French are to be placed in a favorable position to prosecute their trade undertakings in the interior of China. At the recent local option election in Virginia the white vote was about qgually divided on the question, but not less than ninety per cent., of the negroes voted for license. The negro farm laborers are not much given to intoxication, bat, men and women alike, they are great dram drinkers. President Cleveland does not deny that he is engaged to marry ...

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. — 14 May 1886

flfa 1 POWDEBLY PROTESTS A PflfWerfnlly Written Clrcnltr to the Various iaieiQblles or the Knights of Ubor, », Hobto Oriler oC tbsK. of I*. oC America: Phll •ielphla. May 3, 1880,-To ths OnJer Ewy *mw. Greeting: The response to the secret •troular latued on lfakch 18 ha* beta so g«n«r (1m endorsement of ths aentl sfaaits tdaUlnad la It kM been so unan­ imous. that I feci ttoouaied and stmnctbsned to tho work. Nearly 4.000Unb nUwhsvs pteditd thsmeslms to act on ths «d jiN owttlMd In (hi etroolsr of tho 13th alt. IW that It only requires tho somlnc to tho met of reel men of oar order to set im rlrht be 9mv tho world. Wo hsws bs*4 lostmc ground so nr Mr public opinion to oonoernad for .some tima One of tho eunt is that we h*ve allowed tMon to be dona under'tho'atone of tho Knlchto •f Labor for which the organisation was ia no **T responsible. I aak of our members to keep a js lous eye upoo the laboring ne& who aster labor, hd when they charm anything to •ui order in jrour locality,...

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. — 14 May 1886

lM| 5. M' r. •v Xi' v'* i- j£: I I: f-i- --l 4 t$ A f" f&r IF" ~T Boots & Shoes AT A. TANNER'S OHEAP GASH STORE "Dry Goods, Produce in exchange for goods ait the ^highest market price. Call and see us. MAURIN & MEDVED. H. B. SCHENCK, Fire, Tornado & Accidental IJMSTCTK -A-TSTOEL, -REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD. Houses to rent, Money loanedat lowest rates, Office in Marett^s Brick Block. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. PHILIP HOSCH, & Keady-m&de Clothing OF MAVKXP & MEDVED WILL BE FOUND .THE LARGEST STOCK OF •Dry Goods, Grocerilk, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, THIWUtlMTtO tLOON OVERALL I TO HI?. WOBIIAHSIOP AID FIT flOABAHTEED. Rooms the Rhodes Building on Oak Street. Opposite BntlM's store. THE .0 3 S ANl)-! HARNESS SHOP «rfirnnii JAMES STUART. min isv STAPLE & FANCY AND A FULL LINE OF FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY A N vl TOBACCO CIGARS. Bent stock of Cigars in town. Choices| brands of Tobacco. Arctic Soda Always on Draught. Store on Oak St.. UTTLE FALLS, M...

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. — 14 May 1886

4 tSjtf immm r' About sixty m$n art» now employed at the we»t side btiick yard. Nchleoaener does not intend to build his brick Mock this seamn. Kerrick & Moeglein call attention to their lineof sewing machines and organs. About twenty noble red nien arc quar­ tered in the office room of the Merchants hotel. Wm, Butlers new storeic'Beile iPrairie is now opvn, with W. A.'Butler in cbarga. He reports a good trade. Village Assessor Taylor commeiicad (he work oty.'8iimating the'work o( esti­ mating the value of Little. Falls property on Monday. If lie assesses some :nen for the proper VHIHC of the property tbey hold there will l»e some heavy kicking. Abonr twenty of the Indians from Mille Lacs who were takkn tiowu' to St. Paul last week to testify against ^wh'iskey sellers returned on Wednesday 'and. nil were well supplied'with bottles of-whis­ key. Tbey went out to Fisli Prof. W. Welch makesla spirited re ply in this week's Royalton Banner to the attack of Doughnut Trettel against h...

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. — 14 May 1886

& w, :.k$ & mM. ion tv as not very witty ornot very wise. She had no partic tdar force of character, on special ac eoHiplishment, no remarkable' home excellence but ahe was possessed of ^••ne source of influence—beauty—and that, alter alt, Is no.mean power. Bell® wis a blonde—plump, tall tithe^and slender, with a peculiar floating grace in every movement that waaoneof her chief charms—blueeyes, •ompwhatsBwllbiit soft, andshaded iy light lashes, dark eye-brows (they Were penciled, but every one didn't fcnow that), and hair, long, thick and fine, of the true golden tinge, which ahe wore roQed back in the fashion so be­ coming to fresh, young faces. What need Belle care if Miss Le Gro wle did whispCr that her features were not beautiful, her expression deficient,and that when she had lost the freshness and coquetry of youth, that she would be .. positively an ugly old woman! Ralph Austin and Carlos de Arrondo, her Spanish lovers, didn't trouble themselves to pry into the future...

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. — 14 May 1886

ftfl Sews Coat lft „,,, A iMMi dicMtci occurred at IfiimMpolis Wedpcaday thsSth insfc. Uptm«UMof» determination recantlj formed, Gsorjs A. Brackett was rafagtd intbeonlarcement of the main block by building an addition on second strset, which *«.. to nearly double the 4width pqrsoanoe of the plan* a two-story brick adjoining bad been taken down. The ex­ cavation for thai' addition on the south­ easterly aide had been nearly completed,' and a portion of the aonth wall of the ihain building had been removed while considerable portion^ of: the brick and other material was piled on tbe several floors of the main block, so as to b* convenient for use. The floors were supported by retaining walls and A large crew of men, mainly firemen, im­ mediately commenced the painful work o! removing the wood, stone and brick which covered the spot where it was supposed the workmen had met their death. Tlieextent of the undertaking was such as to necessi­ tate the most heroic efforts, and after worki...

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. — 14 May 1886

3 I •i- -A? SVLLlTAH AHJ THE ims. A Vawrltlra Incident' In tt* lift orike Vneoa^Hcred feotlon Pugilist. The history of the tour of the John L. SollinuJ Combination in the wfld ^est Is an Interesting one, but the chief actors In many of thp oocufrMittes are not anxious to mater them all public. Sallivan'a lpusi-, new iMtfwrte however is fond nf rulntfnpr the storjtof bow the-great pugilist came sear meeting hit ifcatch inColorado. "It was in one of the mining1 tovrns," the manager said. "You see, whenever we :gave an exhibition we advertised that if anybody to the country wanted to spar with Sdllivau, with oc without gloves, be woukl ha aowimmodatod. Well, when we arrived far tab little place wc found a chal­ lenge already wafting. There was a min­ er there who Was anxious to meet Sullivan on the stage and spar four or five rounds with ban flats. 1 found that the other miners had made up a purees of 9500 and were willing to. baqk their man to that amount Of course, covered it. perfec...

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. — 21 May 1886

im VOI. 10. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. X^etfal. E. M. FlBXHill, Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. CHAS. A. LIHDBER&H, ATTORNEY AT LAW OPHOB1N MAJIOTTE'S BBIOK BlOCK LITTLE EA"L8, .... MINN CHABXES F. LAMB, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFP CB IK MAHOTTE'S BLOCK, OAK «T. i?KPERKNCR*-!-N. P. Clarke, "Lieutenant. Govern­ or CHlmao, United States Attorney D. B. Searlc, ?t. Cloud, Minn. LITTLE FALDS' MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent fur the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells real estate, and loans money nn samo. Also hna a large aaiount of choice land and town lots for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attomtary at Law* Litigation conducted In allPtats and Federal 'Courts. Collections made in all parts of the •TJuitod Htatea. Taxes Paid and Real Estate managed for Non-Residents. OFFICE Nat. Ger. Am. Bank Building :SAINT PAUL, M..NN OflU-iMi. IYMAN SIGNOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOItltryON OtiNTY, MINN. Pay Taxes. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. F1 as "L...

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. — 21 May 1886

f: Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The two revivalists, Jones and Small, are reported as preparing to lay riiege to Washington next autumn. Bishop Williams, Episcopal, of Con­ necticut, has decided that women shall not vote in church meetings. Is the cause going backward? The New York legislature has passed a bill declaring null and void the fran­ chises which the Broadway railroad company secured from the city coun­ cil by bribery. The governor has signed the bill, and the property thus reverts to the state. The action of the legislature is to be fought in the courts. William Henry Hurlbert declares in a telegram from London that the de­ feat of the Home-rule bill is admitted by its friends. The most of the intel­ ligence received in the United States as to home-rule prospects comes from Gladstone sources. A more intelligent opinion as to the result can beformed on hearing both sides. The most trusted prognosticators assert that wheat will...

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. — 21 May 1886

-r— 1 I VS i" r- wm. *"^1 W%\t %f 4 OH* MART. Twas ChrtotmM night, ten years ago (Two weeks had I been courting), When first my lips pressed Mary Jane's— Great glory, how transporting. 1 saw no mistletoe that night, I did not care a Hinder If eveny yule log in the land Were burned down to a cinder. The son, the moon, the earth, the stars, The tender Christmas tidings— Oh, what were these at such a time To our love's sweet confidings! •. •.• To-day three chubby, handsome boys Are romping in my airy, heir lather was my college chum, Their mother was my Mary. —Oily City Derrick. WAITING AND WINNING. BY HELEN FOREST CHAVES. "It don't matter so much now, grandma/' said Aileen, drying the tears that had dried on her cheeks like dew drops on a rose. Of course it is very silly for me to cry, but I couldn't help it jusi at first." "But what is the matter, my pet?" said old Mrs. Harrington, soothingly. She had found Aileen coiled up in the deep embrasure of the window, where the winter sunset...

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. — 21 May 1886

Boots & Shoes LITTLE FALLS, J-* 'K AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH Dry Goods, Keady-made Clothing: AT THE OL3D STAN3D OF MAURIN & MEDVED WILL BE FOUND. THE LARGEST STOCK OP Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, TINWARE & HARDWARE THI CKICBRATID ORR PANTALOON OVERALL WARRANTED KET1B10 MP. Produce in exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call and see us. MAURIN & MEDVED. H. B. SCHENCK, Fire, Tornado & Accidental ITCSTTiF? ANOE3, -REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD Houses to rent, Money loaned at lowest rates, Office in Marotlefs Brick Block, PHILIP HOSCH, IEBGHAHT TAILOR. mm W0RK1MRIIP ARB FIT SUiRAlTEID. Booms the Rhodes Building oa Oak, Street. Opposite Butler's stftre. THE OLD STAND-: u*2. MINN. 8HOP DUIIR IN STAPL&-& FANCY GROCERIES AND A FULL LINE OF FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY TOBACCO AND CIGARS. Best stock of Cigars in to .vn. Choicest brands of Tobacco. ifegf A rcitic Soda Water Always on Draught. Store on Oak St.. LITTLE FALLS,...

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. — 21 May 1886

ly V-. TV} *f C' /.If- Jpi fcgjri 'ItiSlP i&* oa '•A*?'. -*w i' mem 1 si ^'4-f mm *?•. 1?^ gootf'W,^, .. Pttir V*« Curler is, ttWwith »daughter :-^3?^*S'.' W, Thompson bM painted^ Chouse bite and now bwljaV venr creditable bouse. .". :-V :A'V:'\: .. Should thevcwunty superintendent's •example be followed by fete teachers There wuuatdance at Q^aries Ktotlo schmsky's laat Saturday night.,• Cameron's fate doesn't seem to make ft ?ery deep- impreasion{un some people's ininda. John Kay lost bis barn by iTe fast •week. It caught fram burni*» brash. He sayed bit team. Lizzie Erskiae was buried last *week. Consumption earned her death. Her relatives have the sympathy of all. Prof. W. M. Welch of lioyahou spent last Saturday and Sunday here. On •Saturday eveningJieddtvert-d his lecture "The Common Schools and the People*' to A large and attentive audience. That lecture has set our people to thinking. and,with Swan River, to think.is to ict We have heard it majority of those who were pres...

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. — 21 May 1886

&• \y f1% 8^ft"iMjr It listMfty swwfcsrt Op tl»« royal Juno complatwt? IiliM crowned .the Majr Qmwn fair, Jun® hM rose* in htr hair. M*y'» wbit*drift« of Dripping w*t» with •Tune lai honuriuar That the beat kiss o'er and over. Who shall say that May is sweetest Or the royal June conipletrat? May blew bird song* from her mouth, June has joy-winds of the south. le-blooma v»*s perfutnfls, arted clover THE MYSTERIOtJS FORGERY. was a bleak October morning,, and Mr. Walter Crump, cashier to the firm of he Messrs. Livesey & Mason, quickened his pace as he made his way along Throgmorton street, to the scene of his daily toil. It was At length he reached the well-known staircase, opened the office door, and stood still for a moment in surprise. Young Carter, the assistant book­ keeper, was there before him already at his work. Mr. Crump smiled grim Jy. "So you've made a beginning, young man," he said. "Well, we'll see." Carter's face fluked a little as he bade the older man good-morn...

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. — 21 May 1886

Vt .• •••.ikfc-'.--* & Vv W-.r RISEN. H«vJ WWV W Won from tile dewy night Ere jet the morning^ incense curled O'er glimmering Galilee, The grave had yielded to the wotld Its awftd mystery. Through all the night the pallid stars Watched trembling o'er the tprab, And Olivet wrapped all its scars Deep in the fragrant gloom The world one instant held its breath, When from the flashing heaven God's angel swept, more strong than death, And death's dark bonds were riven. Forth from the sepulchre's embrace Behold the Conqueror come 1 O morning ran, unveil thy faceJ O earth, no m'ore be dumb! From century to century The paean now shall ring— O grave, where is thy victoryl O death, where is thy sting? —Jame* B. Kenyan, in the Current TERISE'S GRATITlJbE. BT ETTIE ROGERS. "Terise, did you see anything of it?" Inquired Mrs. Putney, who was down on her knees with her hands and head beneath a carved oak table, under which she was vainly peering for some missing article. Terise did not answer....

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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