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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 20 May 1887

Swimvllle Items. jkafie. Crops in thla vicinity are looking well. J. Nester's work train ig bete atpresent (picking tiptiei. W.J. Sullivan'a new born very nearly completed and when finished will be the finest barn in town. 6. H. Enke has the frame of bis n^w dwelling house up E. A. Flood received a fine stock of boots and shoes last week. There was a dance given in Mr, Tflchooen'a new shoe afore building Sat­ urday evening and there was a nice crowd out and all report a very pleasant time. MisaBerthia Miltz, who has spent the past winter with her sister, Mr». G. H. Enke, returned to ber home 1n Wright Co. last Tuesday. Miss Ida Canfield arrived here last week from Waverly, Wright Co., and will spend the summer with her brother, J. W. Canfield. Wo. Rhoda aod feon Otto left last Saturday to visit Mr. Rhoda's parents who lives at Winstead, McLeod Co. J. D. Stith recently purchased the two lots just south of his bouse. Mr. Barney Flahaven, who has been employed on the section here for t...

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. — 20 May 1887

^v,)1V:",..jt 5feS i. *M,' JKV •H 11 I 1 3 Si 'ftipr- h •S'V'- V'^Ky ir 3S^ MM OOlPLlTEiegS. S' ?®T* my brinev«rmi! Q, low tb&tfthieldf>mjf lifefrom storma! O, love tbat eyeryimpuse will#. And ever tiittiiig Jancy filial OJorttbfttiUiiM through all mydmoi That *tar light through thestunmer itntntK Thatthrilhi With melody my days, Ana round* all »li*Hi*Mnto praiae! I lean my face upon thy breast A* bends my noon-tfiy to the west, And calmly, In my open boat, I floating Moji and singing float, I wait no ipore by wfmride lakes. To dally frith the teeds ana, brakes Behind mj»fad«the mountain snows, And in my face the June Wind blows, While itrong and wide the currents sweep Toward the ©ver-callingdeep. 0, lore that rocks roe in its arms, And makes me brave amidst alarms! I know not where thy stream may lead, Through rocky pass or flowery mead, I only feel tbat I am bleat I only know am at rest. MAX, THE LITTLE HERO. Translated from the German for the Spring­ field Republican. It ...

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. — 20 May 1887

I '•N'1 1 Oh, what is borne? that nrwt companion­ ship Of life the better part The happy smile of welcome on the lip upspringing Irom the heart. It th® eager clfiap of kindly hand*, The long remembered tone, Xhe ready sympathy which undenttands All leeHng by its own. The rosy cheek of little children pressed To onrs in loving glee The presence of pur dearest and onr best. No matter where we be*- And, failing this, a prince may homeless live, Though palace walls are nigh And having it, desert shore may give The jpy wealth cannot buy. Par-reaching as the earth's remotest span, Widenpread as ocean foam, One thought is sacred in the breast of man- It is the thought of hom% That little word his human fate shall bind With destinies above, For there the home of his1 immortal mind Is in God's wider love. HOW HILDA MANAGED. BY HKLIEJJ FOREST GRAVES. Saturday Night. "Does Mrs. Murray live here?" Mr. Webb knocked apologetically on the glass counter of' the bakery with the handle of his whip. I...

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. — 20 May 1887

PlM iHil#:' ilt.feAHlM*- "t «h»tth' •*. F- dolldlDf, remarkable ftni of wjiW (too tm witnessed mi inr In ibe wririd la thai being prosecuted ou the ion west of Minot. Out* twenty mile* of the exi«*a 'hetrti constructed north ami Lake »o Minot last ^Jtihni^r iitfd^larmg the winter ininienae Imd been marie for its t^Bjriikloa to the Oreat FaWa of the a distance of about 550 miles, ftr till* purpose there was iccQniulatcd •tMlaof proUWy the largest quantity, of construct iou material ever massed at «pe point. It consisted of vaat piles of ^riprtl*. spikes, ties, timber and piling, t9nr(i!| «o area of jfariy acres. The ^tMief construct ion was resumed April *ni0fading had been finished nj%iles west of Minot in tl»« tin 4f|$i|Pltnd partly finished for ninety- Hi&o miles. The tracklaytau* was com meneed at Minot in a small way on April 9, but it is only within two »r three wrecks that operations were prosecuted on the large scale they have oovfr assumed, Up to Saturday night tlie. con...

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. — 27 May 1887

I 4 |TU .• "•*'lfe^.t('««. vr» voi. n. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Lecal. E. H. FiRHHAH, Attomty atXaw. LITTLK FAI.US, MINN. OHAS. A. LINDBERGH. ATTORNEY AT I.AW. OFFICE IN MABOTTE'a BKI.CK BLOCK- LITTLE FALS, .... MINN N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Conrirallor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Bay* *nd sell* real estate, and loans money in Mine. Also has a larK« amount «f cheice mnd and town lots for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. BI.AWCHARD A SHELDOK, Attorney® at Law, PRACTICES IN ALL THE COURTS. Office in Blalra Block. LITTLK FALLS, MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney at Law. Litigation conducted in all State and Federal Courts. Collections made «f th» Uuited 8tate». Taxes Pai managed for Non-Residents, in all parte of the Taxes Paid and Real Estate Orric*: tfat. Ger. Am. Bank Building SAINT PAUL. M..NN Oflloial. LYMAN SIGNOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOUIUfiON COUNTY, MINN. Will furnish Abstract* of Title. Pay Taxes. Has Lands for Sale. OFFICE AT'COVRT HOUSE LITTLE PALLS, MINN- ...

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. — 27 May 1887

Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLEB, Publisher. LITTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. Henry Villard is not in actual want if he did fail on Wall street. He pays $20,000 a year rent for the house he occupies in New York. Only a few years ago he was a press reporter at $20 a week. Governor Beaver of PennsyJv has had the moral backbone much of the bad legislat1' toed bills were inpal* of the constitution The latest the city of L' on cj year, and the "sober, seco ndthought" Buatained his vetoes. of th" ve_ pabIe violationg mortality statistics for Jn(jon show that the aver­ age age atfjajne^ pe0pie js greater now tha jfl waa ^en years a„0 Thfere isno'joubt that better doctors are ^ce"ping meu and women on too of the ?/ound longer than formerly. George Francis Train whom most people call crazy, has bepm suit for property in Omaha, which is valued at $10,000,000. Mr. Train was once a big gun at Omaha, owning a vast amount of property, and boomed it very extensively. Schuyler Colfax has a bronze stat...

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. — 27 May 1887

PEKITEMCK. Darin the night, and yet no rest F.ir him! The pillow next his own The sweet wife's face in slumber pressed— And he awake, alone—alone! Iu vain he courted sleep—one thought Would ever in his mind arise His harsh words that at noon had brought The tear-drops to her eyes. Slowly on lifted arm he raises And listened. All was still as death He touched her forehead as he gazed, He listened yet, with bated breath Still silently, aa though he prayed, His lips moved lightly as she slept— For God was with him and he laid Hia face with hers and wept. —.J amos Whitcomb Riley ANDRE TMRIOT. It was an old French chateau on the banks of the Loire and when it was first built, or conquered, by the ances­ tors of the Comte de Maupassant, no one knew. But the beautiful domain of Beaujolais had descended to the Maupassants for centuries in an un­ broken line. The present owner, Count Guy, was perhaps the wealthiest and proudest of his race, as he was also the last. His only child Blanche, a ...

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. — 27 May 1887

fmfp-'v !.' •.. a CHEAP CASH Boots & Shoes Dry Goods, -t"' \?.p-:r...* AT A. TANNER'S Keadymade Clothing' At present in the Simmons Store on Oak Street, Little Palls, Minn. W. E HARTING & SON- We have the finest line and largest assort­ ment of Furniture in the county, and we are selling at MINNEAPOLIS PIUOHS Fietnrai Framed—furniture Repaired—A stock of Coffins and Caskets complete in sizes and styles- -Fine Hearse to rent. STORE ON SECOND ST. WEST OF COURT HOUSE STOCK! LOW PRICESl WILLIAM BUTLER Offers to intending purchasers a large and well selected stock of At lower prices than ever before offered in Morrison County. -t HAVE ON HAND A LAUGH STOCK OF MEN'S & SOTS' CLOTHING, OP EVERY VARIETY AND ATPfllCJSST'O SUIT THE BUYER. JbWt GrOODS, HATS & .CAPS, BOOTS A SHOES, GROCERIES & PRO- VISIONS, LUMBERMEN'S ,* wyf fv ^3. ContractoHakenfor all kinds of work. Will furnish material or not. AND A SPECI ALTY. Shop on [First Street Op­ posite Hi£liiirl Bros,' Jewelry St...

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. — 27 May 1887

(I %IJ1 held tliiii afternoon beginning at 2 o'clock. iMi^dfsea of th« tehdolt oi Misie« *hd Mayo trtll The sum necessary be held in Miastt.^ roetn which Isinthe welt section of the mtin baiiding oh the ground floor. Miss Hicks end Mjas Falter heve alto anlted their ehoole for Friday and will hold their exerciaee in Miss Fuller's room which is the east section of the main build­ ing onthe ground floor. Miss Skinner occupies the ground floor of the north wing. The exercises will consist of recitations, dialogues, songs, concert drill exercises, etc. Soma of the motion songs and concert exercises will repay a visit, particularly a Japan­ ese fan drill by Miss Mayo's and Miss Kingsley's pupils. Friends and patrons of the school are invited to be present. 10 retain Rev M. K. Pasco as pastor of the Congregational church has been pledged, andhewiUrv. main for soother year. As we under­ stand it, between $125 aorf fl5d is still lacked 'in personal'" the Ladies' Working club add the Cluster...

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. — 27 May 1887

1P1^ $ Jl THE POOB MAN'g SHEAF. Frotn the Dawn o! the Morning. Ho saw the wheat fields waiting All goldon in the gun, And strortg and stalwart reapers Went by him one by one. "O, could I re«p in harvest!" JEIin heart made bitter cry. "I can do not.htngr nothing, So weak, alas, am I." At ev« a fainting traveler Sank down besddo his door: A cup of cool sweet water To quench his thirst he bore. And when refreshed and strengthened, The traveler went his way, Upon the poor man's threshold A goldeu wheat sheaf lay. When came tha Lord of harvest, lie cried: "Oh, Master, kind, One shoaf I have to offer, But that I did not bind. I gave a cup of water To one athirst, and ho Left at my door, in- going, Thia flhea! I offer Thee." Th«n said the Master softly: "Wnll pleased with thia a© I. Ore of my angels left it With thee as he passed by. Thou niayoHt not join the reapers l.'pon tlie harvest plain, JJnt lie who helprt a brother Binds nheaves richest grain."' —KHE.V E. KKXI-'ORD. THEFKESIIET. i?...

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. — 27 May 1887

•*. HIS SECOND WIFE. In silence she raises lier low drneuiug licad To list white tie praises The wife wlrt) Is dead Ami ever he echoes the oldrelfcain, 'Oh'- tLrt was life With such a wife. Poor Susan Amanda Matilda Jane!" She never was idle, She never won fl tire Her temper eouM bridle, Her servants inspire. Aud ever uer virtue lie sang again: "No one could be Like fj'ei* to me. Poor Susau Amanda Mitilda Jane She never 5pent money, Was ever content To liave a new bonnet Wuukl never consent Yet surnm' or winter, or shine or rain, Would never stay From church away, Ifis Susan Amanda Matilda Jane! Was never too early, Was never too latu lier dinner was ready, Or read', to wait. But ah! lie would never °ee again With uiortai ev Such peer es i,ies— Poor Susan Aufttiida Matilda Jane I Could sew on his button^. I)arn, bueic-.-tiieh, and horn, Knell button a pit-Mire Kaeh darn a irciu A Hion of bt-Kii'y, ]i'arl withoutstaln! When -he as there His Woes to «h:tre. POCK Su^au Amanda Matilda J...

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. — 27 May 1887

1 -+"V ?. •. i'-":.-* •••-.:: -v vY''"'.- "v -.- »v -i- CJlurch ProgreiB iu tke United States. The New York Independent has b*« It pains to prepare a statistic »l summary Showing fbe present strength of tl»« iarioiu Christian denominations in this" Country. The figures are placed in fe6mpirison with those of a like in­ vestigation by the «nu' erimliodical four years ago. There are found iu 1887 to be 182.435 churues, 91,811 uuniMcih, ami 19,018,977 communicants, pr "inem berss." In 1883 there were 115,610 churches, 81,717 minister* and 17,267.17s communicants. This looks like any thing else than thai stagnation and positive decline in Christianity of which we hear so much in certain quarter!*. The gain ef four years is9,69f? ministers 15,326 cnurches, aud about 1,750,000 foeoibers. That is, tbe communicants have increased by ten per cent, and the minister* and church organizations but ahotlt twelve per cent. The statistics lire as accurate as it was possible to bbtnin, and their gen...

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. — 3 June 1887

TSSf & iy.v.'.aa YOl. 11. ROFESSIONAL CARDS. Legal. H. FABMIAM, Attorney at Law. LITTLE FALLS, MINN CHAS. A. LINDBERGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN JUKKOTTS'S BTTVCK BLOCK LITTLE FAli, .... MINN N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells Teal estate, and loans money »n same. Also has a large amount of cheicc jand and town lots for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. BLllUCHARD A SHELDON, Attorneys at Law. PRACTICES IN ALL THE COURTS. Office in Blako Block. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney at Law. Litigation conducted in all State and Fe'lora Courts. Collections madein *u T*tfts Uuiled States. Taxes Paid and Real Estate taanaged for Non-Residents. _, OFFICE Nat. Get. Am. BA1NT PAUL, Bank Building LITTLE FALDS" M'/N"S' Otliciat. LYMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOWVISOJ* COttSJTV, MINN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Tay Taxes Hats Lands for Sale. TT~nuH- O t* fC f. T^COIJRI II008E, LITTLi: FA.Li..-, MINN mft...

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. — 3 June 1887

little Falls Transcript. W. E FULLER PuUiihtf. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. ...P The supreme court oi the United States maintains the validity Irivs well patent, that has been in lispute for some years. What is regarded as a very signifi* sant sign is the constant transmission if large sums of money from Vienna, Berlin and Paris to London for safe* teeping. That fact is in itself'a more tar-liko one than any number of di­ plomatic or even military rumors they telegraph, to be contradicted one day und repeated the next. The Pennsylvania legislature has abolished the state tax on watches, kirniture and pleasure carriages. Chere, as elsewhere, the assessment this tax has been unequal. Much »f this classes of property has escaped •axation, and the perjury committed valuing it is enough in volume to link a nation. Mr. Edward Atkinson says, and proves it, that "at the present time he average rate of wages in the United States in nearly every art which is of iny material importance is higher i...

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. — 3 June 1887

4 WEDDED IN DEATH. A Chapter fro* the Qrln Story «f fkarleston'a Bombtrdauat, Philadelphia Press. Across the level tongue of land from which the battle-scarred, earthquake uhaken city of Charleston looks East' ward stretch the grass-co vered mounds which are all that is left of the mighty fortifications that Leo and Beaure­ gard built and armed nearly a quar­ ter of a century ago. Approaching the bank lapped by the lazy wavelets of the Ashley, these traces of the de­ fensive works of that era ran North­ ward ot a peaceful burial-ground in which the drooping branches of the magnolia and palmetto trees sweep the tops of the stones that record the names of men and women who have found rest beneath that sod in the generations that have passed since the stalwart and splendid Huguenot pil­ grims who have escaped Carriere's massacre established the city and the state. A perpetual peace dwells upon the sjot the fra­ grance of rosea and magnolias per­ fumes the atmosphere the remnants of the...

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. — 3 June 1887

At A. TANNER'S CHEAP OASH Boots & Shoes Dry 03-oods, R, eadymade At present in the Simmons store on Oak Street, Little Falls, Minn. W. E. HARTING & SON- We have the finest line and largest assort­ ment of Furniture in the county, and we are selling at IMMENSE STOCK! LOW PRICES! WILLIAM BUTLER Offers to intending purchasers a large and well selected stock of At lower prices than ever before -offered in Morrison County. SAVE ClothLing MIKnVBAPOIjIS ^aaiOESS-INEW STYLES! NEW GOODS! .Pictures [Framed—Furniture Repaired—A stock of Coffins and Caskets complete in sizes and styles—Fine Hearse to rent. STORE ON SECOND ST. WEST OF COURT HOUSE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF OF BVBR¥ ARXETY A^TD f#CES TO SUtP THE BtTTB# *»RY GOODS, SATS «6i^PS/B0^ •-W. T. J. Martin, Contractataken for all Rinds ef work. Will furnish material or not. KALS0M1N1NG AND GRAINING A. SPECIALTY. Sis op on [First Str«et ||p poscHe Richard JBrdt*.' WATGHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Spectacles & Eye Glasse...

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. — 3 June 1887

4* 7i I TjaiportAnt IndtiStl-y. AH I Tbe uperior quality of tlie brick T&ade )N thfe ?.W«8T aide, yards is WIVE TIEN^D for All that can be turned out, Lastyear a ^DACT wastfe^t to Duluth firm will want from 50,000 to 60,000 brick per day, and with tbe increased facilities the two yards will be able to supply that many. The new McKenzie wire cut machine is now dtttog FIRST class work in Scolt & yaitl, Spj-aadel's N. L. Durgis, who was foreman of the Bcutt & Sprautlel yard last summer, nad who is a thorough biiek maker, is preparing to Bofore you •ft* mtr* mm* i^fr open a new yard on the ltien«leau farm three-quarters of a mile WEST ot the other yards. A force, of 3uen began work this week ditching the clay bed and doing other prclimi J:«ry work. Everything will nii'.cl capacity will be Xext year -*.fZ oreating^an, the large part of ^SOMETBLAG pro Duluth and this year Cutler & Gilbert, one of the leading I contract firms of ihat city, baa just con­ tracted with JJ&...

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. — 3 June 1887

'.*? JT. £. To/t-Hs ihilteifafl caln^offan^tounKottY 9!*f£rt ha^dlsSi seaaonrpt efartlwrshore, With Jove's gweet missions are bunied still. The maxims' taughtib 'childhood's school, In leeble age are her snide and rale Ami idhj-Rogers, to !oJ4 or twirl, With love's sweet mission* are busied still. When tjba woods Awake at the touch ol _T1 Spring, W ben the lilacs bloom and the robins sing, And between the orchard trees a-row The blossoms fall like the (ailing snow— Bright through tho gathered mist of years A fairer scene to her sight appears And tho robins sing and the liiacs blow, In the happy springs of the Long Ago. With eyrs grown dim with the mist of age, Serene she ponders the sacred page I)c»nning the precepts, day by day, Thlit guide to the strait and narrow way. Knowing tho promise ol God is sure, And thul His merries for aye endure,— Lire's labor ended, its duties done, Tranquil she waits to be summoned home. Good Housekeeping. Street of the Burnt Woman. A Lep-eiitl of Mex...

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. — 3 June 1887

:a M: Temperance la the llggtnwta Pabllc Sehoola. The state superintendent ot'public iru struction has lasued a. circular interpreting the law passed oy the I ant legislature re­ quiring tha teaching o! physiology and hy­ giene in the public schools with reference to narcotics'"and stimulants. He sum* murizt.'rt the renal ta which should be attained at as follows: Children should be trained to a consul antioufi regard for and obedience to hy­ gienic law. They should feel that laws of health are sacred, and that they ought not to do what in any degree impairs or threatens the health of the body. They ihould cultivate a high ideal of health, its beauty, its power and its usefulness and withal cultivate an ambition toward physical as well as moral perfec­ tion. They should know how the elements of tha world around them affect them, and condition the health and use of their bodies, as (1) the structure of tho body in its Irame-work, muscles, nerves, organs of nutrition and of sense (2) ...

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. — 3 June 1887

I &!'*• '"''VWNI^-VPrafm^flnfV^r doe*, iaai offche bi^itopit of m^n. One &f its rtuwt remarkable features 1.1, thnt it gives as an insight into r. Bee&her'ft own mind and heart, huclt as nothing hot the breathing of his innnost iittture to Iiik most trusted m^l life-long friends could fit au author present. Wth the family of the venerable Deacon Howard, (th* author's father), who brout»ht Mr. feeechertw Brooklyn, and who stood by him as ft brother until his death, he kept np daily intercourse, or when absent, a voluminous correspondence. In all this he brenthed into thei 83rapathetii: natures his inmost feelings whether of trial or triumph, lofty aspiration or ^rent endeavor, and such letters lwrdly can be found else­ where on the earth. They contribijie immensely to the interest and value of thib bool: (and this only), picturing the groat divine as no other man »n picture him to-day. These sketches written in many moods, with the utmost frankneua and freedom, and ill ma...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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