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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 24 August 1883

,'^X I Mmmkm. 4$^& 7* 1 VOL 7- Fr$W&. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. X-e5sral. E.H. FARKHAM, Attorney at Law. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. A S O E A O N STOREY CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Otlice at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. 'RICHARDSON, Atterney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys anil sells real ©state, and loans money on fame. JAlso has a large ^amount ol chaifce land and town lots lor wile. LITTLE FALL*. MINN. Jiuliciul. ^uirFflLLER^ Justice of the Peace. LTTTLE FALLS, MINN. Official. ~~T. d7 lachance~ COUNTY AUDITOR. Will attend to collections, pay taxes, redeem land* from tax pales, &c. IYMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRIPON COINTT, MINN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes, flas Lauds for Sale. OFFK'E AT COlT.T HOUSE. LI.TT1.E FALLS. MINN !.E« H0ll)E, Clerk of the District Court, Seventh Judicial District. MORRISON (OUMY, M1N.\\ "f ilomeftemi*. fllinii Final Proof *nd mv fj lipv l.or-al LaixlOftif-e liuwinesf will he pr...

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. — 24 August 1883

£:&-& •:k' MM* pitfe |»Us tatsmjrt W. M. FULLER, Ptmblisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. NEWS CONDENSED. WASHINGTON NEWS NOTES, Washington Special: Bnaness at the de­ partments is unusually light, all owing to the absence of officials on summer vaca­ tions. In the treasury, for instance, the ab­ sentees, besides a gTeat number of minor officers and clerks,including Secretary Fol ger and his private secretary 8perry, Assist­ ant Secretarv John O. New, Chief Clerk Webster, Apportionment Clerk Butler, Commissioners of Customs Johnstone, Con­ troller of the Currency Knox, Assistant Treasurer Graves, Solicitor Baynor, Director of the Mint Burchard, Architect Hill and the second auditor. At the navy depart­ ment the chairs of Secretary Chandler, Chief Cleik Hogg, Admiral Nichols and dozens of clerks are vacant. Secretary Lin­ coln, Chief Clerk Tweedale and Gen. Parke, of the engineer's office of the war depart­ ment, are away. Secretaries Frelinghuysen and Teller are rusticating. Att...

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. — 24 August 1883

wmmm- «LL YOUK. FORTUNE, DAINTY MAII)?' Tell your fortune, dainty maid? Hard to please—I'm much afraid— Snowy petals—finger tips— Sparkling eyes and pouting lips— Golden daisy, bright-arrayed. wOae, I love," is first betrayed "Two, he ioves"—are you dismayed? Cun that word which from you slips Toll yoar fortune? Care and sorrow, long delayed, Joy and mirth—the saucy jade— Every god that nectar sips, Every grace that dainty trips— Tours. Gou'ni I—than thrice repaid— Tell your fortune? THE ROMANCE OF PUMP COURT. THBBK IS NO IJMTT TO A. WOMAN'S EXPECTA­ TIONS. "Ralph Oldcastie ia overdoing it. Ha'il break down," one barrister remarked to another, as the call, gaunt form of a woll-known Q. C. passed out of the Templo. "He .works all day and writes all night, and no man can stand that aortof thing vary long. He looks positively ill to-day." "No wonder. I haven't known him to take a holidav for fifteen years if he don't take care he'll 'cave' suddenly. It's a mistake for a man to pursue t...

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. — 24 August 1883

5: i1 £. 4?- I1 I', hSr- 1 I E %i -5 ^.« i^'Ps -ir :..-.. A BEEF, PO®K,OTAL jgj -yer -1C '^r-, '£,• ''i.:' [...'•••• 'V j/ t.v CV- l:m :ii .iV ..." V.'? •.../ Wh 7"'.t- ...._ :•.,^' ja.*-rV1' ffiMi AIL KIRIDFL Mparts, ,£»usKg«s Lard, aitt «fetjtximy You will 'fiha ^Coin^et^Assortwtnt of Au'ft'he best-stock ot ^all-ami be, con siaceiV. -DEALER IN- J, [:-P^:'\'&} #W% as 3 in a pc 6 1 as at 4 ir E f"."^ y' •."*:-.*v ate^wj^-fc .j«ra v^:_. $&13 P$k& *•, 7 m' :.usv| vmpat xaittket,- coiislia^lS}*..: JOUb*R$f&jSL- IIiilj:yA¥^e Buirffi Kindsof ',• •', UPLI AW Ami Pay the irn a OTT For the same. fill -vm- and Jarmiiag tools .••/• Paris, Plastei-ing flair. ••. r. IRON, STEEL and COAL, -$n, •kpp6r-aiid-Sifeet-lmii, W»rcs made to order, Rapaimig proaiptly lo»e: hlTJl% FAU^HINK II. jKS* vrtr.»**"•'•-r'*' ••Ma? •?::.. vi k' .. «-..-?• i»'"( t'' '1* •:•.«» ':*3»aj5 .•*.»?u,' ••'. .i, ,.r. M, •mi \r 7, I4«®« PBACRR tir A^D^^TJLLLINE ii 'stf&NSfe Be«t'ftock of Cigars jtw.town. C...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 24 August 1883

AI in I P' I I FIFTH ANNUAL BALL And Parade of tlie Jfortfe Star Fire Depai'tmeat k. ets for sale at Tuttle Everybody invited. seems seem '•I 't* KE«\ 11, riEST iV OF THE PAIR. At the regular monthly meeting of j4"* the North Star Fire ^Department held Past chancellor—S., A. Wood. 011. the first Monday of August a com-1 Vice chancellor II. B.-.Cuttle* mittee was appointed to make arrange-1 Master of exchequer Geo. WlSte** tnents for the annual parade and ball jart the department to be held in Sep-1 Master of finance—H. N.Harrison, tember. The committee are: S. C,! Prelate Lhas.A. Estey. Vaaaly JP."¥rr, Hayes, John Hamlin, I Keeper of records and seal—Frank M. Bryant and Frank Gravel, They have decided on Tuesday, Sept. 11, as tfte date for the parade and ball. The parade will take place in the afternoon and the department will be headed by the Excelsior Cornet band. The bull will be given at Vasaly's hull and eup-j months, and E..J. Sawyer for eighteen per will be served in connecti...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 24 August 1883

1 Personal Mention. Dr. Power, the pastor of the Garfield Memorial church at Washington, says there are more church members in po­ litical life than one is apt to think. He says that Senators Saunders, Judge Jere Black, Russell Erretr, Representatives Willis, Pettibone, Money, McMillan and Hitt and a dozen other men prominent in politics are on the regular roll as members of hi*) congregation. The Dutch government have refused to grant the 30,009 guilders which Baron Nordenskjold claims as the discoverer of the northeast passage. The states general offered this award in 1596, but its motive was to find a passage of com­ mercial value, while Nordenskjold has merely found a "scientific" one. The beautiful Winans place at New­ port, R. I., with its famous steam organ in the octagonal tcwer, is for sale. This is the same Winans who indignantly walled up his Baltimore grounds be­ cause some one made a fuss about his nude statuary. The house will be sold because the son and daughter don't...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 24 August 1883

OF DEATH. l)i«Mktion as Painless and Uncon­ scious as Birtfc. "The ideal death," said a physician in •charge of the New York city hospitals to a reporter of the Sun. "was that of my uncle» He was a hale, hearty man of '80, a bachelor, wealthy and surrounded wtth every comfort in a beautiful home not fer from New York. He had trav •eled in Europe and was full of anecdote and memory of his long life. He arose one morning apparently in perfect health. His buoyancy of spirits was no­ ticed. He expected a visit from me, and as he desired to confer with me on a matter of business, he arose from the table uftejr a hasty and partial meal, saying he would drive down to the depot not far away, and bring me to the bouse. He had the servant bring the ponies to the door and refused to let the man go with him, saving he preferred to drive himself. He mounted the box and drove off at a smart paee. The old gentleman had not driven more than a few rods from his own house when he was met by a neigh­ ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 24 August 1883

f«i NS a i.7 £'3 a J». PifA hb was au broke up. 1 am heirt-broke*. sin-sick and wear' And have neither a friend nor a foe My life is sad, lonely and dreary, And I wish I had died long ago. While otter* recline upon roses I have sstdll my life upon thorns: I have rivalled the raeeknes* of Moses, Bat the world only treads on my corns. My fortune is gone and my pride, too Each gain has prefigured a loap. Iean Poverty lingers, my bride~*-0 1 fear I can't get a divorce. I'm a pessimist born, a man-hater. My nerves have stood many a shock, When tbe ax-man, grim death, ooraes on later I'll lay my old head on the bloek. Yes, I'm destiny's football,'Ood blew me,— A shuttlecock tossed in the air Women shun me and never caress me, And my agony Job coald not boar. If live were worth living I'd live it, If death were worth dying I'd die But if life 1 could gain I'd not give it A thought, were I dead, nor a sigh. What is life but a treadmill, a prison, A galley, a desert forlorn? Oh. from chaps I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 31 August 1883

1' i#IP VOL 8- 'PROFESSIONAL CARDS. l^etjal. Attorney at law, UTTLE FALLS.'- MINN. ,h.f. STOREY. J. T. CAS.Hm'K STflBEY CALHWS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office at tin Omit House. I 1 E A S N N N. RICHARDSON, Attorney anil Counsellor at Law. Agent for t.be American Agency & ii on "Would am •t.r pi !!•!U branches. A. n. A. r^m O Buysand anil* r«al'«ts!ae, 'and leans r. ey «&r Mime. Also has a large .amo-uni oi choice land aud town lots tor sale. iLITTLK !•'ALL-. MJNrN. «. J( 4 a. FULLER, Justice of the Peace. LfTTI.K PALLS, M'tNN. J. D. LACHANCE. COUNTY AUDITOR,. Will fUiMwi w» cr.Ut'flion?., f.iiy tuxes., redeem lam!? from tux s-des. &-c. in }L|' rison an'i adjoining c'ou Court. H'tKf, Little I?.-dis, .*.? orrisor. \n 1 v, mie--M1. pjf: y? r* *r«. 'REGISTER OF "DEEDS, MORIMFO.V cor SIT Will fuinif.il /.h^ of a H«s and-, f(" *). ()FFi: at coruT hoi I E A I N N !JE8S~KCm Clerk of tliv, District ('i-urt Seventh .]u»iic'i'il District. V.C.RRTAO^s COWTY, M'.NN, ft'r' I'"n it's I'f (lo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 31 August 1883

m* W. M. FULLER Puublisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. MISJIESOTA NEWS. Minnesota Fairs. The following Urlves time and place of holding the rarious State and county fairs In Minnesota tha present fall: Northwestern, at Minneapolis, An^-. $7 to Bept. 1. State fair, at Owatonna, Sept. 3,,%, 5, 0,7 Renville county, at Bird Island, Sept 23 and 2 9 The board of equalization has increased the assessable value of the railroad proper­ ty in California for the present year $8,600. 000. The vacancies in the faculty of the first state normal school at Winona have all been filled. Prof. T. H. Kirk the newly appointed institute conductor, is a graduate of the state university of Wisconsin. Miss Jennie Ellis, who was for several years a valued member of the faculty, and who has spent the last year in Wellesley college in special study of English language and lit­ erature, returns to assume charge of that department. Miss Ada L. Mitchell of Brooklyn, N. Y., who ha3 been appointed teacher of vocal mu...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 31 August 1883

xN THE PARK. Beneath a crown of blazing lights, Like stars that pierce tho gloomy dark, All through the mellow summer nights The lovers linger !ti the park. Bathed in a ghostly silver glare, The pawmenf. Bhows with every breeze, Sly shadows slipping quickly where The leaves are kiting in the irees. T*s* clos'?, while lips repeat Tint ivvo each heart with joy receive*— A monirut—then they softly meet. At learn the lessors of the leaves. —Frank Dempster Sherman, J)E. CARAJO'S PATIENT. Dr. Cai .j sat in hiB voranda. smoking a cigar. His chair was a curious bamboo struct­ ure, of Jp oanese manufaotare and upon the carved stone balustrade beaide him stood a gobler •"i Vy ctian glass half full of iced sher­ bet. 'I'hc .cwr sat ia the clear shadow, and gaz?d at meditatively upon a lovely prospect of semi-tropical sea and shore. His house, built iu the Spanish style, vdou o.i it height at the verge of ho an icjiio 'own—a town of narrow, irregular street*, Ri -i high-Bhonldered buildings, wi...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 31 August 1883

kl MWi«uy.iM'r«u»iA|i|.yi»ln.|f»n •1^1 I mi1' Bring In your CHEAP tft apd trains. ^,-K?4.3fesWS^* We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and J*arm Produce' A a HIGHEST 0.^633E2 3E»3R.IO'£0£3 For the same. BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, And get"' your cash every time. We want to see you. O ft O B®,s?s«,«s5«!»r2rsa(trisra?' cX- DilO'SSj Ready-mad 'larrer *ol 1 #*L Afi k5!Kfs-0f ?x&h Moats, ^UfrS-*::^,. .Jiasn. jLatct nn(.l: et^Tytoiftg wa11y']opt in' a iRr^rraw meat rearkat-, cxmsUutiy :n ii&ml. LlfTLK I-AIJ-C.. mfH. Ma 3wt,: a VMS u't 5 &C, BUTTER ^k&) A '& r\ O Ton will iir.d Complet •:ovt'oient of ic-vjfl '*aEi ti if JP«5» a & O' I 1. Mm And the best 3ioci ft £4 r-?rr "3-? rAM id be convinced A. HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE A tl kinds of mechanics' and farming tools '01aze3 Sash.BoofS^Boikling,^hi^jBixtty^lAVac, Cement Plaster ol Paris, Plastering ^ir, •-•mm, STEEL: w4 ^iQAL, 'Jlu, Copper and 3^#it^i oa Warf tSaade t© order. JtepairiDg promptly done LITTf,E FAJ^l^...

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. — 31 August 1883

M'-v- 1 ,'V A report has been circulated vicinity that the PIj»na--AhrfrtimCtnrir Milk safes stml cupboards very Ph. Best's beer at BEICKHmCK! At Simmons Steele's by the thou­ sand or car load. A large assortment of croriuet sets at TUTTLE & CJUVKCUILI/S. Schlitz' bottU ilihvauke.e beer at Clyde'S. W A N E Co., of Pl«n»,-ijJ^m:invtfsuniH er» ot the -j N'eal & Simmons tci o-pen a first.class Piano Harvester*, "hnd failed. Th'j re- photograph gailjery in the rooms* over port is false, and the agent* pf that com- Tirttle fc Churchill's store formerly oc pany have been iast ract«*U to find if pew- uttpiQd by the Transeriptv The owners sible who started the report. Pmak Farmer-* intruding rtureV,asi iir Plows would do ueil to examine my tock. I have just received a new h»1 of liie ccle-. brated 8t, Paul Plows, both Cross and Breaking. Wu. IIUTLKU. The light machine at 0f Daily, of the Arm of Batty & Son, or sky lights pot in and 1*ices, who are agents for the above when the V...

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. — 31 August 1883

INTAGLIOS. ?y the chance turning of a spade In Roman earth to view are laid Bits of caroelian, bronze and gold, Laborottsly carved ot old— Sleek Racchua with hie leaves and grapes Bow-bending Centaurs Gorgon shapes Pallas Athene helmetsd Some grim, forgotten emperor's head. This one, most precious for its make, That other, for the metal's sake. A touch—and lo! are brought to light Fancies long buried out of sight In hrarta ot poets bits of rhyme Fashioned in some forgotten time And thrown aside, bat found to-day, Have each a va'ue in its way— This, for the skill with winch' cia wrought, That for the pathos of its thought! —Thomas Bailey Aldrich. REPTILES IN THE "ZOO." The Manner in Which They Were Re­ moved to a New House. From the London Telegraph. One of the moat important events in the annals of the Zoological Garden was the transfer which took place recently of the reptiles and snakes fiom the vari­ ous departments in which they have been hitiierto stationed to the new rep­ tile...

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. — 31 August 1883

NEWS -CONDENSED. WASHINGTON NEWS NOTES The appointment bureau of the treasury departments fhoM the opinion that the civil service regards the appointments to be made hereafter asaomtnencins afiesh in respect to the appointment axteng the states, the first appointment, that of Miss Mary E. Hoyt of Connecticut,* being that of the highest lady on the $906 class, without re­ spect in the ©amber af^ersons in the de­ partment frorn Connecticut, Appointments will be made irrespective of the quota from each -state, until such quota be filled from any given siate by new appoint­ ments. Thea, fhowever, the persons having the highest records—if hailinsr from the states wb se iqaota is full—will have to .stand aside io" favor-' of the next lowest, whc se states are now.fclly represented in proportion to'their population in the new appointments. The coinirrieaioBer*-of the general land office has been investigating certain reports reaching that office-of extensive depreda­ tions ot public lander...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 31 August 1883

:7'v/fr. "'-'V k. 5 5- i, 5^'- •, Tli4jall^^ A few facts regar&iijjf Ihe'OalrympJe farrq 1 Dakota se^m^'iuienstmg ijlwiw the way tlf^'ofk teciwd Wie$fcuif tJie reflfiilt of fcbli awwtm'a work: ^(fbeatlfttlte mly irop produced'(Mvthe farifctoE^pwt? h«r.hny..mf», •aif^$)r home (xy&ymftkhm. TUecu-Ui vated portion at' the fajjn is iiK divisions of #,000 ae«^, e»c1i of -«trpisicaxse toeing stib-divided S«.t»/^p|Msl^§AOf 2,000 acre* msli* a1 he ing in telephonic rtoiiipf#rrat«w4* the headquarters, ench gtib-fifvi^Ton hftv* ing a general superintendent. The farm iands were bought at.thfe jcost of 60 cents To $2 50 per acre. The cost of buildings household goods, machinery, etc., makes an arelrage of $!0 per acre. After-this the average cost to raise a crop, includ­ ing all repairs and renewals is §6 per acre. The land now nadercuitivatioa is of the average value of $23 pet* acre, and the earning $15 per acre The firet crop ftorn 1.200 acres was liar vested in 18'7(J, and this surfa...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 7 September 1883

VOL. 8 A.F. STOKEY. tartanoHtsMtaa PROFESSIONAL CARDS. E.H. FAKJXIfAM, Attorney at Law* LITTLE FALLS, STOREY & land and town Jots lor sale. L1TTLKFALLS MINN. MOT! KI MINN. I). T. CAl.HOUN. CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW- Office at the Court Mouse. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for trie American Apenry & Collection Co. Buys and sell* rral estate. and liana money on s«io«. JAIKO HAS a. hirpe .amount of ch&ice «T udicinl. S. P. FULLER, justice of the Peace. T/TTTLE FALLS, MINN. Oitlcrliil. XD.LACHANCE. COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to colliM-.tmns. pay taxes, r*deorn lnnds from tux SMI• -=, &T\ in M.ir- rUnn and adjoining con lits. OHice fit C*ourt. Hon so, Little Falls, Morrison Countv. Minnesota. T/V^AN REGISTER OF DEEDS, SON' COt' TV, Will furnish Mjstracts of Title. Tay Taxes. Ra.« Lands for £ale. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. LEO* Httl'DE, Clerk of the District Court. Fevcnth Judicial Di^lriet. MGRJII80S Cor.S'1'V, ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 7 September 1883

4 W. M. FUI4EH, Puubliaher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The Celebration at St. Paxil of tht Opening of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Preserve of General Grant, 1*reHdtnt Arthur m\l a Host of 2£mt rient Quests. On Saturday and Sandav last, the three lections of President Villard's grand exenr iionpariy across the continent, arrived at fit Paxil, and were quickly transferred to the mammoth Hotel Lafayette,ftt Lake Mia betonka, where most of them remained un­ til $4oriday» the aay fixed for the great oele bflsiio# at 8t. Paul, which had been prepar­ ing foifBQme days. m. PArii uf rawv DEES*. magnificent decorations never gjt^dr ^city's tfooroutfhf&ies. Never, wifch in' tW'Saai'e spr.c?, has there been more lavish oBe of colore and flowers in more decoration of streets and buildings. Every one vied with liia neighbor in the effort to make known his hearty welcome to the 2ity'e guests, and his appreciation of the great event by means of tokens of festivity. The resnlt was that the deco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 7 September 1883

AS LIMflM) BY LBANDER. Friendly 8k«teh «f Clubber Williams, Where­ in He Is 8hown Not to bo So Black as He Has Been Painted. The Sickening Standee Raised by Frank Bangs' Deaire to Back Oat oi His Bad Matri monial Bargain. Lovely Moilie's Impressions of London The­ atricals—Also Gotham Stase Gossip and a Lot of Friendly Tips. NKW YORK, Special Correspondence, Aug. 23.—Every now and then I pick up a paper containing some sort of an attack on Cant. Williams—"Clubber" Williams, these enemies of bis delight to call him. It always makes me indignant, not that I have any particular aver­ sion to seeing people prodded np a little, jour­ nalistically, novr and then—for I haven't. This shows that appearances are deceiving, because nobody would dream that I liked to see folks hauled over the coals now aud then. But this attack ou Capt Williams is played out. It has made him celebrated in New York, and, in­ deed, partly much all over the country. To a sensitive mao that kind of celebrity wouldn...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 7 September 1883

.••• ''^11,^^.^ a i-iZ&gg&pri \si''r' M1 I i:'.jt.:fi a, ¥v Ji kinds 5«Q8lSftfc»i»' vitaiii^f'jf. & tdpf 11 st'tir^ $iW y« fc^rrd. 3ft x*?t •art l&Ut £3o w:*. -A W A-.S.M.- OAte* ormir •RP.EF POKE,VEAL, JBUTTEK "sr^'/rr a a 6 l^llMIIIIMIIH llfll l"T" •KviUfc-2 TH: !tii,2i- tU fp tlfPf-pf- W i' lis Ni# «w« S"ft 8 W W Ik J.'rtu a in a A a n'lmn? And tba test stocks owrr/"\ a m% 3S£o"£ to rlTown1 11 and be couyineed. -DEALER IIN S-SHE^F MmDm OI.IVJ^ 0111^LKD:PLOW% 1 a a Tin, Coop«r uii^Sbeet Iron Ware ^border '.^Kepairiog promptly doiie 0:- 1 ii I of mechiirti-es'' and tarrairig tools nvr^ROVISD IIOWESGALES. a a -15S, jr STAPLE i'ANCT Am) A'FV JA, LINE 01 fO!s: UDj A a O a I E A S Wcr»S STIBBETS5 I 1 Zl! m, ki^L'ccvl il AfiD p0SS»€p«.. 5R"KEft3. tR'ooiri'uSx- 1, JH.V.'asli^'-igtbn -A-ves^e to. ,'.' E A O S £39' Espeeic's',VUei)do^V'dvcai to (hePurchase & E S & 2 1 a 3j|fS One yejir,, •Si* -jnonf.i iliWie my it.* .*X«SM ,:N .1 a S a a a *+x «£s* CIbm A»- l.'JU. i...

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