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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 April 1887

•U $ Bell ®§iiii siiiaast mm? Council Proceedings. Conncil met pursuant to adjourn­ ment on Saturday evening, April 9, 1887,, All present. The council proceeded to appoint­ ment of an assessor, On the informal ballot J. Taylor received two Tote* and J. Stilwell two. The first formal ballot resulted the aame on the second forma) ballot Stillwell received three votes and Taylor one. Stillwell was declared elected assessor. M. M. Richardson was appointed pound master. Bill of Celestine Cbonnard was preferred to the board of health. Bill of James Stuart for $3 for copy of special law v^« allowed. The following resolution wns passed WHKREAS,J IX Latftancetiavtogbeen duly cited to appear and did appear before the conncil at its chambers on the 6th day of April, 1887, to show cause, if any, why his license to intoxicating liquors shonld not be revoked and no cause being-shown, therefore le it. BESOLVKD, that the following resolu­ tion be adopted: The justice of the village having filed a c...

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. — 15 April 1887

I1 yillii XJJH1U»S K1SH. A kiss when I wake in ths raor&ins A kiss when I go to bed, A kiss whon I burn toy fingers, A kiun when 1 bump toy bead. A kiss when my bath is over,. A kiss when m.v bath begin* My mothor's na lull of kisses Aa nurae is full o! pins. A kiss whon I play with my rattle, A Idas when I pull her hair She covered me over with kittaea The day that I fell down dtairs. A kiss when I give her trouble, A kiaa when I jrive hor joy There's nothing like mother's kisae To her own little baby boy. WITCHCRAFT. Now York Home Journal. It was lato on an autumn evening in IfiGO, the year of the restoration. There came riding up to the inn of one of the most straggling of Oxfordshire villages a well mounted young gentle­ man of somewhat distinguished ap pearence. Calling to the ostler he gave him particular instructions as to the treatment of his horse, and ordering the best bed and supper the landlord -could provide, retired for a time to liie room, desiring to be called 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. — 15 April 1887

A ',v. If '//O X'il I if i, r.V' "CRUSH THE DEAD LEAVES." •'Crash the dead leaves under thy feet," Gaze not on them with mournial sigh Think not earth has noer!ory left Because a few of its frail things die Springtime wlllbrinccfresh verdure us sweet* "Crush the dead leaves under thy feet." Look not, back with despairing heart Think not life's morning has been in vain Kicii, broad fields lie before tbee yet Heady to yield their golden grain. Autumn may briny the fruitage sweet— "Crush the dead leaves under thy feet." Murmur not if the shadows fall Thick and dark on thy earthly way Hearts there are which must walk in shade, Till tljey reach tiie light of eternal day. Life is not long and the years aie fleet— '•Crush the dead leaves under thy feet." Bravely work, with a steadfast soul Make others happy, and thou ahalt fiud Happiness (lowingback into thy heart A quiet peace and contented mind. If earth be lonely then heaven is sweet— "Crush the dead leaves under thy feet." —M rs. Harry...

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. — 15 April 1887

-.4 -I I .Jl. 'Us TZTf: DOMESTIC ECONOMY. how tb« Kitchen and Cooklm? Utensil* C*n lie K«pt in a Bright Condition. II your chopping-bowl, etc., have tlio tasto of onion® clinging to theui, noticing remove« this must offensive odor as well as a grood scouring y/hh wood aahes. Thin cht?ap auU ever handy commodity will also keep tins and steel bright, if you are ever so situ­ ated that sapolio is not easily procured. Oar great-gramimothors always uaeil this simple material for sc-nring tins, etc., and who has not heard of their well-deserved and boasted reputation lor shining and spotless kitchen uten BiLs? Put a little washing soda and soft soap in the wafc.T in which your which will save more time and pa­ tience. By the use of this dish-cloth you can dispense with that disagreea­ ble process, knife-scraping, in .cleans­ ing cooking utensil*. Keep pot and pan holders always in the kitchen, if you would save your dish-towels from being used for handling greasy cook­ ing vessels. You ca...

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. — 22 April 1887

r\ ?V I •h: 4 tJf PROFESSIONAL CARDS. K. If. FAMMiM, Attorney at Law, I TTLE FALLS. ... MINN. CHAS. A. 1 11 LINDBERGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. or kick in makottk's bimok block. i.ITTL':' FAi.S, .... MINN N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Arent Tor the American Agency & Ruv« and sells real e=*tfi'', und loans vu.i-cv Also 1m bo*^C amouilt ch-.i.e .Und and town lots to: Hate. 1,ITTLV. F/VLT.S, MIN'N. .A 7l?. I-. A. IN CIX A 1? !., Attorney at Lav. PRACTICES IN ALL TIIE COl'RTS. Office la Blake Block. j.trn.E falls. INN. JO TIN W. WILLIS. A .'.A /v -, 1. ow,Msy atLaw. .xidneted in nil state an.l t-'edemi tif-tus iiiHile in all part- ot ihe «kurt\ .11. Cuih"' M-ib inaiiiv.'f :i .' r»r .-[. PA INT l'.\' Th Paid and Ucal Km ate .'-•n-ltcsinents. Nut.. tier. Am. Hank Bnildhi? !!•. i' r.i-tri i'.l mv' t"i M.NN oirK'iui. IA ?^A"N SXGNOR. [MUSTER OF T)B mciMMSON COt'NTY. MINN. Pay Taxes. '.Vill I'nrnisb Abstracts of Title. Dux l.tucis I'or .Sale. (iri'icr. Art (.orivr itocsrc, LTTTT...

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. — 22 April 1887

Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLEB, Publisher. UTTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. The drink bill of this country is $700,000,000 a year, but our to­ bacco bill is only $256,500,000 and we have $110,000,000 left for schools. The Pennsylvania railroad com­ pany has found that it is easy enough to heat cars by steam, and has an­ nounced that the deadly car-sto^e has served its last season on that road, the other through lines may b? expected to profit by the discovery. The total population of the Union, as given in round numbers, is: Males, 25,518,000 females, 24,036,000. The total annual deaths were: Males» 891,000 females, 364,000. In pro­ portion to the population 368,000 women should have.died to maintain the same relative mortality with the men. One of-the most marvelous religious awakenings ever seen, is now under way in Cincinnati, under the guidance and leadership of Miss Ida Vornholz, who is said to be the most talented and gifted woman Evangelist who has appeared in the American pulp...

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. — 22 April 1887

,W:. tixiiia CABS OF NI n«m. Rob is. the nicest baby, He,hardly ever cries And oh, lie is joit too lovely When he shuts his dark-blue eyes. Don't you wish you could seo him? It is worth a thousand sights! "I guess yon wouldn't think so 1! you had to tube care of him nights." I am glad he is just so little! Wait till he Blams the doors, Wait till he stamps, and shouts and screams Until he shakes the floors! Wait till he wears great rubber boots, And teases for balls and kites! *'I gness you'd be glad to have him grow If you had to take care of him nights." Chauncey Depew's Humor. Alfolssveof Wit, Window mid Bhotorle—Bmr.y Anec4ot«H of Travel—Queer Experiences aid (JiMr Observations. The Autocrat of the Dinner-Table, the Hon. Chauncey M. Depew, of N. Y.j delivered a lecture recently at Canajoharie, taking his recent trip through Great Britian as his theme. It is full o! the pith and Attic salt whose pungency has seasoned his fa­ mous after-dinner remarks, and con­ tains bits of descri...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 April 1887

Boots & Shoes AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH Dry Goods, H.F.SCBLEOSE Keadymade •Clothing' HALL & RASSIEE- Will say something to the public in this space next week. —DEALER IN- Blacksmith Supplies, Sash, Doors, Building Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cutlery, Cement and Plaster of Paris, Wood and Iron Pumps and the finest line of cook and heating Stoves North of Minneapolis. PRICES LOWER THAN EVS TT H. F. SCHLEUSENERv Little V-t. THR McCORMICK, J. C. HESSEL. "alls, Mokrisok Co., MIIRAY Rothwell, Taylor & Marriott have for sale 10,000 acres of land fc courity for $3 to$8 p^raefe. T&rntm ^uU ^rehiiftcrM. IMpfeOVfilE* MpRMS liOB SAL^ In ami Ultit LAOl -Coantiw for SWe.— Pine Land^ for sale. Lands bought «iid sol^ on dpmmfsskm. Abstracts of Titte to Morrison landr furnish at .r&gi^r rates. Call on its 'oh- Mfrit SMrt, FStvt door wrl* T. 'ST +m. .« W T.n ir WTBIITSHKD FHIDAY. PAINTER. Contracts taken for all Kinds of work. Will furnish material or not. KALSOMIHING AND :*l SPECI...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 April 1887

The ^*l6r Pwer CoM schema, ^emUrijf to itf jtefe /the property o* iters or* th* «dt?! of th# river to rettew the contracts madeitf the spring of 188*1, foT two years, aikl make no nttewipt to get the viJHaga lots in Little Fills, Iti plafce of getting the lots iq tfie-. village, the company willsubnjit'|(hpos»!8 for iinpovemonts upon which vote on the issue of Village, town and cannty bonds cat) be tak^n, It wil be a few weeks before the west side contract* can be renewed, but assodn as timer* bfe done Mr. Williams will go to East­ ern CHpitalists for the purpos of get­ ting the assurance of m'oney to rntike extensive improvements provided the bonds are voted. As soon as this is done sUitvUR'nts by the Wafer Power Co. AS to the character ofthe proposed improvements will be filed with the proper county, town and ytlhiga authorities so a special election may be called to vote on the question of issiie ine the bonds. When the bonds are yoted the work will begin iinmediate'y with the ex...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 April 1887

I ROAG. frhat time our lips grew one together My lovo, my life, was in sad or sunny weathet, By mountain anow or meadow heather, In peace or strife? What time our souls grow one forever By right or day, In growth that blooms and withers never Was it by fate or sweet endeavor That none could stay? but ah, why ask? For love is better Than death can be Binco ev^n earth's bond ago, law and letter, Bball bind not love'with sleep's cold letter, My lite, for the. W. J. HENDERSON. "OUR TREASURE." BY F.LiI/A WHBEliKR WILCOX. Mollis had been with us a month, when my wife pronounced her a treas­ ure. I breathed a deep, soul-stirring Biph. "I could weep—positively weep," I ftaid, "and I think tears at this junct lire of our domestic life would not be Unmanly." "Are you making sport of me?" Queried Evelyn, my wife, sternly. "No, far be it from my thoughts to intrude any levity upon an occasion of this kind." I responded gravely, "after the heart-rending, blood-cur­ dling, hair-bleaching and purs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 April 1887

f/1 & -4* HORSE-CHESTNUTS A FANCY. My Heart my heart* To llfectfd start, And blossom with the blooming spring MraotildldmoT* With A And grew wi •V/: ovferygreening thing. Fair buds the beech— Too fair for speech Of mine to show its changing mieii How son an| »low!~ Flrst a green glow, And thee a mist, a cloud of green. Soft covering they, J: The taaseJn kray That hang the willow branches all And soft the t»!u»h That pink doth flush The apple-trees alove the walL Not 00, not no, My Jove did trrow As these do sprout—invisibly Scarce can one tell, Nor reckon well, The day, the hour, their birth did see. But mark the way That lonir ere May The fans do clothe the ehestnufcstrees On each curved twig The budf j,nwv bfjx, And (ihineth bronze-like in the breeze. And so,—yes, fid— My love old grow, Fed by the breezes and the sun, Till, bathed iu the dew, My spirit kn en- Its fragant summer-time begun. In thy sweet eyes My sun did rise Thy voice made April wind-puffs rude, And at Its call ...

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. — 22 April 1887

y:.. -P.- 'V I i'f 'Hfojpl--©arUM** *»(hiUH BarbMttti* ,»M tomlrCttltlMd lMw*. Kr Joim littbboolc, who is high do-' thorlty dn the subject of say&go races, recently made an interesting address, which he declared that the suvige faces of today, inraaiiy parts of the world, are making progress towTir.fi civilization. He pointed out, miiong. "®ther facta, t)iat ^me of th lowest. races are found to tmvfe a great num t)er o| rule# and customs, which must vBave'grown up in,, tho process of time, "and wliiohprovc that .these. races have Advanced .fi'bin a more w.mpietely sar lige state. Xht genorat inference that, he dvivwsit) that all mankind, even in its lo%yvsfc wwv-'hes, is rising gradually to a higher degree of itttei.igeiicc. Some interesting facts about siivwg.is Were izisfcituiHHl to make good the avgu 'jfuent. The lowest and most barburoits 'race in the world is supposed to be a. 'tribe called the '•Boajesinans," branch of the Hottentots. It its said of them that instead of wa...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 29 April 1887

f(H. 11. ——WW PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Legal. JE. II. FABHHA9I, Attorney at Law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. CHAS. A. LINDBERGH. ATTORNEY AT LAW. 0»MC«IV MAROTTE'8 BRICK BLOCK. LOTTLI FALS. MINK N. RICHARDSON, Attorney artd Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Bays and sellfc real estate, and loans money Ml Mine. Also 1ms ft lar^e amount «f choice And and town lots for gale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. A. P. BLA.NCIIAKD, Attbrnoy at Law, PRACTICES IN ALL THE COURTS. Office in Blaka Block, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney at Law. Litigation conducted In all State and Fedorai Court*. Collections ma.le In all parts of the united St'ites. Taxes Paid and Real Estate managed fot Non-Residents. OFFICE Nat. Uer. Am. Bank Building A INT PAUL, S. M-NN Ofticial. tYMAN SIGNOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORltlSON COCSTY, MT"N. Will ftirntab Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. Baa I*nds for 8ale. OfFK'E AT COVRT HOL&E, LITTLE FALLS. MINN HOTDE, Justice of the Peace, in Final Prop!...

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. — 29 April 1887

Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The legislature of Massachusetts formerly known as "the Great and General Court," is still in session, and the good resolution to complete the ses­ sion by June 15 has been amended so as to read July 1. The people complain but do not seem able to correct the trying evil. At the opening of the Dominion Parliament the Governor General •aid that negotiations with the Unit­ ed States on the fisheries question "are still in progress, and will, we may be permitted to hope, result in an ar cangement honorable and satisfacto­ ry to both nations. Meanwhile the necessary provision has been made for the protection of our inshore fish­ eries." Gov. Perry, in his annual message to the Legislature of Florida, gives an encouraging exhibit of the material progress in that State. In the last two years the assessed value of prop­ erty has increased more than $16-, 000,000. In the same period more than 500 miles of railroad hav...

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. — 29 April 1887

•i .i'¥: St !W»«U», MM! HAD. Yon sang a little song to-day It was not sad, it was not gay— The very theme was nigh outworn." Two lover* met—as lovers may They had not met since yesterday They roust oiot meet again—till moral And did they meet again, my dear? Did morning come and find theni here To see each other's eyes again? Alas! on that yon are not clear For heartswilltthiitaa winds will veer, And love can veer like any Vane. Ak! no, I think some sudden erase, •Some bitter spirit befell their days What was that plaintive minor for? Ko more together lie their ways Remote, perhaps, the lover strays— Perhape the lady comes.no more. So strange the numbers sob and swell No there's no guessing what befoll. It is the sweetext song you sing Not sad, and yet—I cannot tell Not glad, and yet—'tis very well— Like love, like life, like anything. —Macmillan's Magasine. echoes From The War. ITow tke General Managed it. JAMES FRANKLIN FITTS. If I had the slightest doubt as to the truth of the st...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 29 April 1887

*R-Sl Boots & Shoes AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP GASH Dry G-oods, F.SCBLEUSEH —DEALER IN- Blacksmith Supplies, Sash, Doors, Building Paper Glass, Putty, Lime, Cutlery, Cement and Plaster of Paris, Wood and Iron Pumps and the finest line of cook and heating Stoves North of Minneapolis. PRICES LOWER THAN E7ER. H. F. SCHLEUSENER.' i-. Keadymade ^Clot^ing THE McCORMICK, J. C. HESSEL. REAL ESTATE AGENCY. LITTLE FALLS, MORRISON (Jo., Kothwell, Taylor & Marriott We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison feounty for $3 to $8 per acre. T£rma efPaymentto Suit Purchasers. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. —Lands in BENTON arid MfLLlV LACS Counties for Sale.— Pine Lands for sale. Lands bought and sold on commission. Abstracts of Title to Morrison couhty lands furnished at regular rates. Call oft us before pur­ chasing. Ogice OH First Strtet, first xloorn«rt* Wm Butler a Store. SEND YOUR ORDERSjFOR MINN. mi. TRANSCRIPT OFFICE At- V. Coutracts taken for all kinds ef work. Will furnish material or ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 29 April 1887

p, «tek '"•'S'W •4 V.4 *9 TJCr T&e, R&ih-uad Cominlnloiiek Ex-Speaker John IV. Gibbs of Gerena andEx-GoY.JioraceAnetinof Fergus F*J?B, m«mbeTH of the board of Minne­ sota state railroad and warehouse commissioners,, were at the erchants hotel "Wednesday forenoon to meet parties who .had. business with the nonimission, or who desired to con­ sult with tbem npon railroad or grain matters. A few complaints were made and a larjeQ number .of the business ^nen of town called on them. It was complained by home that freight rates 'were too high, and in fern weeks the commission will hold A meeting for the purpose of considering the tariff rates reeentlv established by this rmd. Some of the grain buyersaml shippers of this place complained about the relative rates given this place and Royalton the latter having the same rates to Dnluth that Little Falls bag, while it has a wheat rate to Minne­ apolis that is one and one-half cent a bushel cheaper than Little Falls has. It looks as th...

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. — 29 April 1887

4. j'. :n I days. tt!n«s and l&d&mr ,. ...... -'•.* *1 .. "*+i They go awaiy And shifting scenes, and mueic long and drear Orates on the list'ner's weary ear, We dread the play! And so, as children tire of tops and sleep, At the close of life comes lea» and less to keep Us here always. And then so many that have gone before, And carried liopen to the brighter shore, Are saying Come? Those absent long, with anxious gaze, Leading and lighting the darkest ways, Would call us home. Would we be willing to refuse their prayers? Ab, no! Sotue day we'll greet them there— Someday! —Boston Globe. A PIONEEB GHOST. It had for years been a favorite idea with Roswell (Rolla, as his boyhood name was) to restore an early a pio­ neer—sugar camp. A considerable bit of the primitive wood had been pre­ served, quite enough to hide the boil­ ing works. The kettles were hung by beech trummels, on a lug polo—there were the store, trough, tho sap yoke and buckets, the small, rather too neat cabin. ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 29 April 1887

•i IN THE SPBIKG. Have all the songs been said? Are all the singers dead? Is all the music fled?— The sum and aim of life On» dreary straggle, rife "With greed and sordid strife?— Man but a dull machine, Living a vast routine Of narrow, purpose mean? Oh! while one leaf swings high Against an oznre sky In springtime's ecstacy, There breathes yet the sublime, There beats yet living rhyme, 'lis still the young world's prime. Nature has high commands, Bears gifts with lavish hands To him who understands! —Cornhill Magazine. THE SMKE KING. BY WALLACE P. REED. From the Constitution. It was a v0h, sultry August morning,and John Maston was up early. He had along ride before him to Pyramid, and his young wife urged him to start with the rising sun, and return late in the afternoon, in order to avoid the midday heat. The Matson plantation stretched for miles along the Alabama river. The nearest white neighbor was ten miles off, and it took three hours to reach the village of Pyramid. Matson a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 29 April 1887

*MI B-. f'-. BEL^ut AWD 'febuCATIOI^g —Bafifps are prohibited in th» Semi nwy^ St» AgBta, for young ladies a Bomjtb' CatJtoUe institution ia Brook' Iyn.-~JT. TtMail. 4 v^' —Aycfetig man UnsjoiiMwl the Fhjp bytery of Sacramento who is the first one burn in California that has entered th£ ministry of the Presbyteriin church. —The Baptist Weekly is authority for Hie statement that recently, in Con­ necticut, three persons were baptized, whoae ages were respectively, 92, 96 end 106 years. —The English Methodists haVe pur chased at Epworth,the birthplace oi John Wesley, a site for a chapel, school, and parsonage, as a memorial of him. —A society recently organized in a, young ladies'' seminary, not a great way from Boston, had as its constitu­ tion: "This society is organized for' the purpose of having a good ,time." —In Philadelphia the Anglomania lias developed to such proportions that a school has been started where young lndit'8 can learn th£ English walk in less than a month.—'Phila...

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