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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 7 September 1883

'W'.w .»«$' £'?$J-yJ§Wi ip V. JftU Teams at Work Getting1 Everything- in Readi­ ness for the Fair. in Attendance at the Grandest Fair Kver Held in Northern Minnesota.. "Work is progressing very satisfartoriiy at the fair grounds, under the Rnporvi- sion of .Superintendent Clyi]e. and with accommodation of the immense crowd who will be in attendance. The race track has been greatly improved and will be in better condition than last year. Nearly every merchant and manufacturer the city will have a tine exhibit on the grounds, and the exhibition halls will be tilled with in te resting articles. You will miss the! greatest skylit ever sei-m in Morrison} county if you fail to attend the fair. Hoist* racing will be another grand attraction ami each day this part ofi the program will be very atinu-flve. Tlie balloon ascension -.vili be one of' the most magniiicent scenes ever wit-1 nessed in the north west.. Come every bod v. 51 ilk sales and '..-upi/oariis very CIK nt TITTLE & C.II'RO...

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 September 1883

,• T. ••?.'•' V'^ ^4 IHBMUB OF CHEKBlJBY. An Kngtinfa Seaside Stogy. /.y •'Only ope iribre voyage, Rachel." Oh, but coffin ships, HarryJ The Word hauntrme!" "Bat only pne more run, my bonny birdl Just to Aberdeen in ballast, an' back again to Harwich with granite be­ fore we know we've been out. Then we shan't have to start life in debt, lass ev­ ery penny ©'the share in George's boat be paid up an* the little craft from that time forward shall keep a good thick thatch over pur heads, an'a side o'bacon in the kitchen, an* apig in the sty—a raaj Berkshire, my pretty one!" The ring of solid cqmfort in this last illusion mon entarily displaces all grue­ some thoughts. The rosiest pair of lips in Cberbury are put up trustfully, to be ki'-sed with a vigor, which only a young sailor, due aboard his ship within two fleeting hours, is capabl* i.f imparting to trie salutation. ••After uis there is a-, de­ lightful pause, while the August filtering its way between the mossy piles of Cher bury...

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 September 1883

TJtfJK £SD OF THJ3 WORLD. Last year just befors the carnival, there "was a report in Hunebourg that the world was coming to an end. Doctor Zioharias of Oolmar, first spread ihis dis Qf.W6 ftblejiews it was spofcen of in the Lame -fljfeiweriger, in the Perfect Christian, and in fifty other journals' Zacharias Piper had calculated that a oomet wonld descend from the skies Shrove Tuesday, having a tail formed of boiling water, one hundred and five mil­ lion miles in length, melt the snow on the highest mountains, wither the trees, and burn tip everybody. A learned man nazced Popinofc had writ­ ten from Paris to say that there was no doubt that the comet would come, but that itd tail would be composed of such light vapors as to cause no one the least incon­ venience: that people might go on quietly with their business that he would answer for everything. This assurance allayed much alarm. But, unfortunately, there lives at Hune­ bourg, in the little street of the Three Jugs," an old woo...

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 September 1883

IT & 1 Wssss^ssst CLOSJB OF VACATION. From Peek's Son. /Only a few days remain? of the stim wc." vacation, when pfoy most give it 6^ ALL SELF nivy lo books and atttdy. The long rainhtpg through the cool, s1mdv woods the boat­ ing,-bathing uml f}*hin* mint ee:i*e and the book® again take up. The frank, frisky, iriwent, .miachivoti* hoys, and all the girls too, whose nut-brown fa'es have been 6olord by out-door erfecise in the summer sua mn^t again resnme the preparatory lessons for forture life in a greiat draggling world of humanity Fuu Well I should say tlwy tfhl hare fun. Billy will have to tell John how lie got both eyes shut up in a battle with bf*ea whose neat he fried to- roil. Willie will imitate his elders iog&IJenry about Che hiy""' Hah' he almost,, Cfiiight white (George will tell OhnrHe how he Wade his grandpa angry by tyingf- a big Thistle to the old nitre's tall, which scared her so ake rumrly kicked her tegs' off and nigh' about run herself to dfcath in hetfwih...

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 September 1883

I I & II I -v! :U II I V. Si! N 'V* VOL. 8- PROFESSIONAL (MPS. Legral. ®.l£ FABSHAM, Attorney at Law. LITTLE PALLS, MINN. A STOCKY. D. T. CALHOUN. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. 'RICHARDS M. c. jt N, O Attorney and iCounsclior at Law. Agsnt for i,fi« American Agency &*C'-dleet .on Co. Buys ami sells rtal estate, anl ioai.p im/nev on ««me. 'Also hss large anion tit of cli«ice te,nd and town loU lor smle. LITTI.K FAI.LS MINN. uiliciri I. S. P. FULLRR, Justice of the LITTLE FALLS, MINN OfSIoittl. J. JL ACHANOE, 'COTJ'KTY auditor. "Will attend col lectio as, pay t.ux ea rsdftam land* f"onrt tax jmVs, fcc. iti Mor­ rison arid adjoining count,ks. Office at Hons*. Little Falls, Morripon Conn ty, Mi« nssota. T,ir^A^X REGISTER OF DEEDS. MOW P. I SON (-orNTT, MiN'S. W'U '"urnisb bstiacia of Title. Fay Tfi?:,'*. Ha? l.Rntfa for Stile. OFFICE AT COUKT IhTtF, 'LITTLE FALL.'?. MINN ~'"i,wiO«niE,'~ Glsrk of the Di*t net Court, tiith Jl...

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 September 1883

W. M. FULLER, Putibliaher. LITTLE FAJC»LS, MINNESOTA. President Norvin Green, of the West era Telegraph company, in his examin­ ation before the senate committee at New York, said that experience has shown that it would be a very dangerous experiment in this country to give to any party in power the control of he telegraph as a govern­ mental "institution." In England it is so long since partisan strife has affected the great mass of government employes that the situation is entirely different from that here. Those suggestions are important. Under our present tax sys­ tem of civil service, the places filled by more than 10,000 operators, to say noth­ ing of clerks and managers, wot^ld be thrown into a political field to be fought by political partisans, and, however •useful and desirable the postal telegraph may be, the same objections would equally apply. The eastern papers have had a lack of live topics for some time, owing to dog day lassitude, but now they are all alive to the d...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 14 September 1883

SPIRITUAL AST. Within the hnsh of sorao tree-bidden bower, Ban oat 11 the somber, breaking of the day, In poft dead grace Eva's tender body lay Till God gave spirit to comnlete her dower. Then burst the openicg bii«l to Derfoct flower. Thon flash woke manifest from pallid clay. Then voice and life and movement marked the ay Of som divine impenetrating power. 80 In these latter days onr Euglish art Lit. Mother'Eve lay fair yei deadly nnmb. Till God's own nreath aroused her from the trance, And— giving speech to her who yet was dumb— Mated to outward gra-» the better part, The aoal of rich and high significance. '-Eugene Mason. THE CLINK OF GOLD. It was a -winter oiglit I was sitting oyer tho fire at my chambers in the Middle Temple, And my triend, Frank Bowser, was pacing about the room. "Arthur," said he, stopping suddenly and toesing a bag of nod toward the ceiling, "I chall soon claim tho band of Alice Darell now." Again he pt tchcd thetagof gold into the air, and the places of mo...

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 September 1883

a^r*»?? I t!Wt *ww *, &•&$< i,. L' I $** £?4."i K". ^i'- E id and -v. 'kI wmm .-,. .f. Mr 4 «*$&} &8Zfs -e •S^^iUS^SSw^fS'i# 1 »r »Sftf ^731 TS^1''., AW kittd# 0t l?ra«U Msftte,". '«&u«ige». ftwft8J liiitf, iawcl feveryt^iisr as $ally ftcpt in S&t idatiB mfifit inju-feet. coBstamtiy on hand. LjTTidS J?AU-& *3feBOfe We Btuy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the HIGHKST CASH SPfiLIGiESS :-\f. For the same. your BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER AC, And get your eash every time. We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TANNERS CHEAP CASH STORE Yon will find a Complete Assortment of And the best, stock Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Beady-made Clothing, 353v©r lOxro't to T3a.l» *S:*o"vsm! CVil and be convinced A. TANNER. J. W. BERG -DEALER iN- HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools IMPROVED HOWE SCALES. OLIVER Ciiil.I.KiJ PLOWS. blazed *Ja&h,DoortyBuilding Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cement Pias...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 14 September 1883

is -*y-' •»&n a c, l\--x 1 «. •AmhkIN 'BACKS AT THJB FA I It. "HIE KECOJW OF W&MWCKS FOK.UACM '1U'|. XheT&ees at the fair formed one of A 'the moat interesting and attractive parts of the prr^grain, and wore lurge •lj- atten(l«l wirti Jay. Although the fromthe lUtture of the ground. Fol SRSCONT- .0AY. FfMir-yeftt-olds.awd under for sweop »8takes, -$oO, best three in five mile •beats, between Stapler,' KIIIv and Neitl's Judy-—won by Ii!ly in «K'7. Best two in three mites in^ats be­ tween Billy and Daisy, \yon by ^il­ ly in 3:0I and 3:(d. Running race between Farmer Boy, owned by J. K. Steele and Canada Kate, owned by Leo Brick, WOK by Farmer Boy in 1 07 liatlf.'mile beat. THIRD DAY. Free far all trotting race, between Billy C., Daiay and Kitty B.—won by Billy in 2:54. Farmer Boy won two more half :uile running races, and Hamlin's Jack won a q-uaute in 1 po ra ce. Milk sales and cupboards, very cheap at Tcttt.e& Cuuncm-hL's. Pu. Rest'+s beer at The 'a^ht Miicbine at lo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 14 September 1883

Sometimes low near you are, Sometimes "fcow dear yon are Then, then, ao far, so far, like some iar star you are. Sometimes, through yon, through yon, I see the gray sky bine. And ieel the warmth of May In the December day. Sometimes, sometimes I let All burdens fall, forget All cares and every fear In your sweet atmosphere. Then, then, alas, alas! Why does it come to pass, Before the hour goes by Before my dream dotn die. I drift and drift away Out of your light of day. Out of your warmth and cheer, Your blessed atmosphere? "Why does it come to pass? Alas, and still alas! Why doth the world prevail Why doth the spirit fail, And bade its?lf away Behind its wails of clay, Since time began—alaal Why does it come to pass? Nora Perry, in Harper's Magazine. CONRAD'S LOYES. A great, strapping, muscular, fellow was Conrad Midburger, and he was ad­ mitted to be the best dancer and swordsman in the villiage. His com­ plexion was darker than that of most of his neighbors, for there was a tradi...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 14 September 1883

Psi!^^v fry JHINJEJ HOST. Ludwig TJhland Ageneroxw1 Received me as his guest A golden appie on a bongh Light swaying, was his crest. 'Twas the free-hearted Apple-tree Whose doors stood open wide With nectared foam and sweetest fruit. I fonnd myself supplied. To his green-bonse there gladly flew Fa 1 ruanv a light*winged guest They feasted free, danced merrily, And sang their yery best. I found a couch upon the gras3 Spread soft and green before me My host himself, with shadows cool, A covering light drew o'er me. But he sbook his merry, snowy head When I begged him for my bill. O happy hoarsl O birds and flowers! Forever his branches fill. How Russian Squires ]Live. Up to the time of the liberation of the serfs in 1861, eays a correspondent of the New York Times, the majority of Russian noblemen had pretty well pre­ served their fortunes, though it was al­ ways the custom to send the young men of the family to serve a few years in the imperial guard in the capitals, and these young ...

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 September 1883

tt %ti2l 1 v- 3H*e Government JLaud Sale at, II Putnam —., cs+ ri» Weller. St. Cloiul. C-EBrown.. The sale of government pine lands GImtgli la this district whi'di ot» rut-need on August 20, lasted iwo weeks nnd was largely attended bv buyer? from aU the A Davis! lumbering points hi tiie West, ami" a few from New York and Canada. An. ,iumaeu8e amount of --valuable pine land was embraced in the tracts offered for sale and the lemtis c»»jae much nearer bringing their full value1 than is usual at such sales. The heaviest buyer was A. $. Ruggles of Manistee, Michigan. posted large amount was bought by them. The Pillsbiirys, Camp & Walker, Gor­ don, and other Minneapolis men took an extensive part in the purchases. Competition was active throughout, and the usual combination was not formed among the bidders. One piece of land sold for as high as $30.25 per acre, and the average price per acre for the whole of the sale was about $3.12, and tlie total acreage sold was about 175,000, Th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 21 September 1883

VOL. 8» ^PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Legal. ILJI. Attorney at Law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. A. F. STOKEY. D. T. OALVi'OUX. STOREY & CAMIOUN ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Oflice at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. [RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Ajseucy ^Collection Co. Buys and w.tlb teaj estate, a»ul joans JA1« laudaad town Iocs •LITTLE FALL4*. MINN. money hsv« a large ,amount ol choit# Judiicial. S. P. FULLER. Justice of the Peace. ITT LB FALLS, MINN. Oftioial. "J.^^XCHANCE, COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will Attend to eoMrtttions, pay tnxos, r«d«om lniuis iV un t»x sules, &c. in Mor­ rison hikI adjoining counties. Official €ourt H«use, Little Falls, Morrison t'onnt.v, Minnesota. T/VWAU tfTOTTCV**. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRISOU' COUNTY. MINN. Will ftunisb Abstracts of Tide. Pay Ta..\e*. $f as Lands foe S/ito. OFFICE AT COURT HOt'SE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN LEOITHOUIHB," Clerk of the District Court, Seventh Jv.'J:,'i»l IHs-'triet. MOURISON COmNTV, MINN, /Wf-Knti'ifB of TToru:J...

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 September 1883

vf.fc- rr~' ^B: Si lf:Si fM|f "m W. M. FULLER, Puublisher. LITTLE FA LI A MINNESOTA. The scheme of Jay GouJd to sell out the Western Union Telegraph to the TJnited States .-Government, is not a bad one. There is a disposition tb oppose it, but its franchises are invaluable, and the purchase would solve all the difficulties. It will pay at least 4 per cent., and this is ample. It is more than likely that if business continues to prosper in this country, that another year will see a much great­ er influx of foreigners than this year has witnessed, for by that time th£ distin­ guished foreigners who came over at­ tend the opening of the Northern Pa­ cific railroad, will have spread far and wide in the old country accounts of the magnificent dkm.ain oyer which they traveled. The "total number of immi­ grants to this country this year is not expected to exceed 350,000, which will be about 100,000 short of last year. The St. Louis Republican in its com ments upon the recent unveiling of t...

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 September 1883

SEPTEMBER Fair Spring came dancins o'er the earth To The music Of the spheres, -4~~ And in her tram tripped laughing Jane, Love's promise to the years:. But DOW the sweetaud radiant maids Again hare tripped away .. And Summer nausea at the'door To bid the Fall good-day. September, bright and royal one, 4Our hearts are ever true: And tboogt. wo miss thy oisters fair, 'Twill be vhe same with you. Our orchards w.tic thy ripening touch. Thy warmth, the winter's irrain: And we, rU'ar heart, need something, too, To help ua bear our pain. So cold, so dark the days will be When thou hast said good-bye Why is it that all precious thiag3 Are only bora to die? Ob, would, September, we could tako Examnie from thy days. Live sweet and smiling—go the same— God's biessiDg ou our way a. —•Eleanor Kirk. TOM GLANDERS OF SQUATTERS' GULCH. A STOUT OF COLOBADO. The Stranger was drunk. There was no mistaking it. He wit a also ugly. There was to room for a doubt of that either. Physically, ?f«H5*Lly &...

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 September 1883

t*. 5 I '4 1 !i •:. I 5 .'. V*2 •M mz iisit\ 'l .# ."£ Bring In your AT A11 1 NEW Whip Cash •. We Buy all "Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce CHEAP CASH STORE Yu piver Bro to this Town! Call and be eonvinrtd. t#cT SB. Ali kiwi* ui PTMll Meats, SaoMgen, Ham*, Laid, and everything ually kept in 9 first elwsw meat market, constantly on fcand, LITTLE FAUL8, MJNN. 4 And Pay the HIO-HKST CASH PR.LCEIS For the same. BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & CO. will find a Complete Assortment of And the best stock «4 Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Beady-made Clothing, A. TANNER. W« BERG, -DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELE HARDWARE kinds of mechanics' and farming tools IMPROVED HOWE SCALES. OLIVER FLOWS. dazed Sash,Doors,Bu'ilding Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Oment Plaster ol Paris, Plastering Hair. IRON, STEEL and COAL, tittt Copper and Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly doite LITTLE FALLS. MINN. Eortbe Da...

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 September 1883

W 1-^ •v"' 'v: ', wmSSmmt :^s, '•Vi-lif- }rt. Deliciott :1 r,J ... '. 1 Wt-.... :,, ....„ MOT pomtioftMrf4rtWnB*i'dS'iSn, ^»i*nr»!-»l«^6pt irtii»«rpe^e^M«tBnrt^:fei ^»ot receive \14*jr "sCapt. of ttw*day on *Sm«H: ?£^«rse#i^We for the accept it. All bfW^^eferaUuld -laftie^' would bavi^'b^aj jniVe^had an In-" tefefc^*Boi».fc:!rilSf ftaWlevOul^ the eitue'rie Bi^iiiietd -for %yifei^iib exal assistance, aftd" will gladly 'loi prove any opportunity to assist lh6i» in a public deiWDnatraUonj aud hs^ the recent ltivitatfon been received in time, would have ',' "gpt thereV1* ffFMs correction-is made by requestpi G&pti Kmrnoiw audit is hoped tHat the pie trf Brajnerd will jitai bfe*n£ the HartfeyOuard for not accepting an invitation which the committee failed to forward time. Ap far as transportation is con­ cerned, recent experience haa shown that the conductor doean't have to toikf tlae they ootratri celebrating the No rth ern Pacific completion that is, when the boy» traye^in good siz...

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 September 1883

A SPANISH FANDANGO. Around tiie sawdust ring sbe rode— This comely circus rider Alfonso's chee&a with pleasure glowed Whenever he espied her. In sooth he owned he was no churl, And didn't see the barm in Tomfooling with this pretty girl— This Senorita Carmen, "The Queen, I fear, is up to snuff— I pri'the, don't defy 'er," Advised a certain courtier gruff- Don Pedro H. Mar?a. Alas, the King was gone too for For sober second tJatnking He tipped the girl & tra-la la, With multifarious winking. Then did the Queen, Alfonso's bride, Straightway wax hot as fire, And called the courtier to her side- Don Pedro H, Maria. "Oh, take me from this dreadlul place," The lady 'gan to bellow "I'll loek no more upon his face— The horrid, borrid fellow!'' "Bat stay you, ma'am, the King hath eyes, And can not heir admire," In palliation then replies Don Pedro H. Maria. But no, «he was of stubborn mind So, scorning ifs and rnaybes, And leaving King and Court behind, She sloped with beth her babie...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 21 September 1883

I"-"* I ONLY A MISEK. Tremont is a pleasant little village overlooking the "Western sea." Every­ thing there, is rough and stony, and even the inhabitants are, to all appear­ ances, PS rouirh and stonjr as their native rocks. But underneath those slaty fields lie the rich veins of metal, and in those rough hearts is a vein of human feeling and Christain charity, far, far purer than much that basses as such in the fashion­ able worlds* where tinkling bells daily summon rich dowagers ts» church in their gorgeous chariots. The children of Tremont were tripping lightly to pchool alter 'heir holidays, along the hard slaty paths. It was, in­ deed, with no "creeping like snail un­ willingness to school" kind of motion on this occasion, as all were full of expecta­ tion, almost of joy, for they were to have that day a new mistress, one whom they all knew, and who had, in fact, been one of themselves. Margaret Powel had been born in Tremont, where she had attended the school, urst as pupil, ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 21 September 1883

WHAT IS THE USE •Whati* tbe two of thi* hnpetnonshaste? The end is certain. iiClttJ take our time, And hoard th? vital fijrccs {Wat we waste Befcre our day hasVeaehcd krgolden^ prima XVhnt is tbettse ftf rushing wUh-spent breath After old age. itsfurrme.lta white hair why need we h'urry.fio tftf in welcome death. Or gohalT with'hattils stretched out, to Care? There is ijio use. Itehr heart, if we bnfcwait All things will ijfjii \f». Let n* p*ilte,I f»ay, We cannot go bcvt»ftd the silent gate That lies a short day'a jonrney 1own the w^y, So let ns take' on? time in youth's fair hoofers, TheRnmmei: swWwo Is so brief at besti Let 111 look oil the Htitrs and pluek the flower?, And when our feet grow weary, let ua rest. Let us take time for love and its delight It is the one sweet thine that pays for al¥ The bitterness of life,' for Sorrow'abligllt.' For Pain's despair aqJ Death's faber&t jiiill. In that lost era when the wofld' \Vos ttefv, Cove Was men's first ptirMit'4'rid life'n e...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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