ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Little Falls Transcript Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,031 items from Little Falls Transcript, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,031 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 October 1883

I: van, Mrs. 0. L. Clyde, Mrs. C. Bridg- man, Mrs. Wtn. L. Dow, and Mrs. F. Averill. Invitations will he sent to the G. A. R. Posts at Brainerd, Sauk Cen­ tre and Long Prairie. The boys will liold their campfire in th? afternoon and desire to have as many old veter­ ans present as can attend. The sup­ per will be served to the dancers in the hall, and tables will not be spread. Tickets for bail and supper, $2. To comrades, $1. Invitations will be ex­ tended to a large number of people of this and neighboring towns. Following .is the committee of ar­ rangements, and they will exert every effort to make the occasion a grand success: 0. L. Clyde, Milo Porter and V. 0. Hardv. The best tinware mark- you will find for sale very cheap at H. F. Bctir,KUSENJilt's. Lime, plaster aud cement at J. V/. BURG'S. For a good over­ coat go to SIMMONS & STEELES ireen Market. about three times as large- as St. Cloud, Minn', and has large stone and brick houses and business blocks, and I be lieve it...

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. — 12 October 1883

MUSINGS (AS IT WERE.) Loving the graceful willow* Shelter the old gray mill, And—ye godsl but whence come the money To settle my tailor's bill? Ov«r the »ky, rain-dripping. Tfc« golden rainbow is bent, And to-mtfrrow, O golden rainbow, I must, fix up my hust month's rent. Over the daisy-decked meadows The dear lamba are frisking gay, And speaking of sheep reminds me Of the butcher's bill due to-day. In the blossom fields of clover The cattle are lowing low, And my milk bill is ripe to-morrow, Which gives me pain to know. The blue-belbi are blossoming sweetly, And sweetly the blue birds sing, And I thins: of my wife and the unpaid bill For the bonnet she got last spring. —Peak, THE SECRiTSm. BY J. WM. VAIC NAMES, M. ». 'Prom the Yankee Blade. Emily Leslie waa beautiful—her eyes were blue and dreamy—not of that soul­ less, mistified blue, so often seen, but of a dark, sparkling, yet dreamy blue. Her hair hung in ringlets over her brow and shoulders with witching grace, like sun­ light...

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. — 12 October 1883

!V' CLIMBING "VESUVIUS, Interesting Account of ap Ascent of Italy's Great Volcano—A Peep Into tne Bowels of the Earth. "One day of our stay in Naples was sent apart for a visit to Vesuvius," writes Dr. Plant, of Troy, N. Y., who is in Europe to his father. "To avoid as much as possible the excessive heat of midday, we had given orders to be called at 5 a. ni. Our breakfast was as usual. A continental.breakfast is "with­ out variableness or shadow of turning/ consisting of bread, coffee, and waiers of fresh butter. We have, though,— come to think of it,—been two or three times served with strained honey. At 6:15 wo started—a company of eighteen or twenty, in a quarter aa many car­ riages. For three or four miles, at least, our route lay along the crescent shore of the eit*, or, I believe, in any other European city. Men, women, and children utterly unkempt and uncared for bare-footed and dirty-legged faces unwashed and hair uncombed, all about the streets, walking, sitting, reclining...

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. — 12 October 1883

n'fih'rf" ''.MuidP1" TV''in '.'1 -'-•X%i-x.'..'ijii A ChnjKo for Gov. Marshall. Salt I akk, Oct. 7.—Coh .Tamea To! hs, I«nd airem of liie governuieftl, "fc'ho has been ii.veMigriiimj laud frftiKls in the Ten il ries of the Rocky moun­ tains, mid arlui is in Suit Lftke, ssfvs'there lins been some bisr, swearing lv iv tin ess­ es in some of thelantl ottiees, «nil lnrg« tracts of land have lKif.fi pnieated by per­ sons who had id' no wise complied with the land laws. Th»* desert laud entry Act has teen? violated with a recklessness thai was positively -astonishing.- Id many cases it was ftnfm? that absolutely nothing had been done toward reclaim­ ing the lands, and what are known and regarded as good citizens- hav« gone be­ fore land officers and made solemn oaths that land had been reclaimed aud all conditions of the tow comfmed with, when, in fact, no mark made by human hands could in? i'ouud upon the entire tract, St. Paul Pnpatrh A. Georgia police jtidge l::ta tntuk' li'.uself noto...

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. — 19 October 1883

pi I J1 4 I ,„. Y0L.8- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Lejfal. E. M. FARXH1M, Attorney at Law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. A- F. JlTOKEY. D. T. CALHOUN. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Ageat for the Ameriean Agency ^Collection Cq. Buys And sella renl estate, oud loans money on same. Also has large ^amount of cheice land and town lots for sale. LITTLE FA LLP, MINN- S. P. FULLER, Justice of the Peace. LITTLE FALL?, "MINN. Oftioiol. "XdTlachanok" COUNTY AUDITOR Will attend to collections, pay taxes, r«3eam lands from tax sales, &<?• in Mor­ rison and adjoining counties. Office at 0*urt Honpp, Little Falls, Morrison (bounty, Minnesota. _______ 1YMAN SIGNOT*. REGISTER OF DEEDS, JttOR»I60N"COUSTY, MINK. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. Bag Lands for Sale. OFFICE AT COURT HOl'SJB, LITTLK FALLS. MINN- IM HOllDE, Clerk of the District Court. S«venth Judicial District. MORRISON COUNTY, MIN'N, *S...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 19 October 1883

"r •ii|^ i4 S[t«» W. M. FULLER, Puublisfcef. UTTLE: FALLS, MINNESOTA flTH OF THE MWS. Wasblnston News Notes. The following are recent postoffice, •badges:-— Postortices-'Established---Wiscon. •in.L-ttdtnine. Laayette county. Postmas tar'® CVmiuissiouwi—Archie H. Sbepard, Maprs, l)ak. Dallas M. Perdue, Ruse Rill low*: arfc Hargreaves, Hofcab, Mmii Alex Turner, St. Henry, Minn. The president baa appointed the following postmasters: Willi M. Cha dler at Orat­ ion, Da mating k., attd L. E. Sampson at New Ta MMI, Mont. \lx-Cn«Bmander Gorringe say a that he is pre»arug A bill for introduction at the The president has designated Col. David L. Huntii gton to act as surgeon general aad tu take charge of the office until an ap­ pointment s.all be mate. The sentence of 'Col Uses to be dismissed from tne army has been approved by tt»e president. Ka itroad ami The earnings 0'sixty-nine railroads for the P'ist month were $27,882,082.. against $15 830 087 for September, 1882 Since Jan. 1, six' riv...

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. — 19 October 1883

9i\ PILGRIMAGE. Give tne toy ncallop-sbell of gaiet* My Htaffe of faJtb to walk upon. My scrip® of joy—Immortal diet— My bottle of galvatfoa. u.... Kj gown of glorr, hope'* trae gangs? And chas I UUfio my pUgriaiage. Blond must be my body*# baimer, White my soul, 11 tee oeacefnl palmer. Trnvcleti toward the land of Hear en, Other balm will not be given. Over the silver mountains, Where spring the nocur fountain*, Thero will I kiss The bowl of bliss. And drinfc m? everlasting fill Unon every milken hill: My soul will be a dry before, Bat after that will thirst no more. —Mr Walter Raleigh. ACUOSS THE ALPS TO ITALY. JCCTEACTS PKOM MR. VHEELOCK'S liETTBE8. think it is oa Saturday, the 8th inat, that we loft Strega, the terminal of oar car­ riage jonrney over the Simploa pass to Like Maggioro, for Afiian. Here ia our itinerary since. To Aroaa by boat and to Milan by rail. Five days at Miiau, including an excur­ sion to the celebrated Carthuaai monastery at Certo^a. Thence on Thursday by ...

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. — 19 October 1883

Wo Bring in your NEV All. kinds Buy Meats, a*«MW Lul everylfeiflS u4Ut**pt tot *•*'«&* n*st .oahaaA •MTtia gi-U*. XBW all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the HicariiEST CASH PRICES 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. AT A. TANNERS CHEAP CASH STORE You will find a Complete Assortment of ill And the beet *to«k *i Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Ready-made Clothing, Hvor Bro 't to TUls Town! Call and be convinced. Mb A. TANNER. J. W. BERG, -DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE All kinds of mechanics' and fafming tools IMPROVED HOWE SCALES. OLIVER FLOW'S. Glased Sssh,DoorsfBui]dii7g Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cement Plaster oi Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, 11B, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. LtTTlX FALLS, MXKN. Bus to and Boarded from the all trains. '^HHHEBiSKS'dayorweek Whip JigM and drive slow For tli« Dandy Rig in ToT...

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. — 19 October 1883

If" I If I I: (\i yM *7 I The Oampiire. Th% Veteran* of Workman Po»t G. /.. R. attaiviled Ifeeir carnpfire Wedii&s la.y ifwt, that 7,9 hfcd the pori and ifx-aai^fcnt. the fi**. *a8 not vwyx-ofc*] f-plcnoua, owing to tb© rain, which «MUjly marred the program. About thirty mem he re attended and some brought their ladies. The lations were served at about 4 o'clock p.m. in the MeCann building. Several mem­ bers made brief remarks, but tbere was no. briefne*# in the eating. Ra­ tions were plenty and neglected none. The rain reduced the attendance, but did not appear to reduoe the good feel­ ing or enjoyment of those who did ap­ pear. A large ntimber of people of the town took supper with the teter an.i. The d«©ee in Vasaly'u hall com­ menced at 8 p.m. and broke up at 2 o'clock the next morning. Tbe attend? ance was not very large, butthoee who were there enjoyed one of pleasant e«t dances of the aeason. By a series of stragetical movements nearly every veteran was induced to dance, ...

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. — 19 October 1883

"i STORIES OF THE lr AK. tt. Weighty Hav*rs«clc Which an Old Ct*p «in Carried on tbe March. IFKKU the Albany PretH. Early k» the war every soldier had a passion for relics. This waa carried to extremes 3very man was collecting me­ mentoes for his father, brother and sis­ ters and special friends. The first stage demanded canon balls. pieces of shell stained. with blood, cartridges taken Irora rebel cartridge-boxes, shot guns, squirrel rifles taken front the bafhwack •ere, swords, and much-talked of.tooth picks, bat this frenzy finally exhausted itself, and the relic passion found ex t»resasi©o in rings and orna-nents from cannel coal and mussel-shells and pipes made from mountain laurel. At the tune «f the capture of Fort Donelson every­ body was in the first stage. The officers and men first to enter the rebel lines selected artillery sabres as the be*t mementoes. Then they threw there away and took shot-gunswith the thought that they had been in action and would be of rtse at. hop...

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. — 19 October 1883

COUSIN BOLF. BY HBLKXFOBE8T GRAVES. "Get out you old scamp!" It was a brilliant July day, with efcies of clo id less blue, the air scented with otoYer blossoms, and the brook wend­ ing its melodious way Junder green mass­ es of peppermint and Mr. Carey, who had walked a long distance, and bad just fallen info a doze, under the re­ freshing shadow of a gnarled old apple* tree, started tfalvanicaily up at this un­ gentle address. "Ma'am," said he, "I assure you I am *iot trespassing I—" But his apologetic words were cut short by the rattling of a stout stick on the stone wall, ciose to him and in another mo­ ment a billigerent-looking red cow, came plangintr through the high grass, directly toward bis haven of refuge. He started to run, but his foot catch­ ing in the gnarled root of an ancient tree, he fetl headlocg. The cow execu­ ted a hurdle leap over his prostrate form, and vanished in a clump of hazel bushes: and a resolute, bright-eyed wo­ man, 01 some forty odd years, came to t...

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. — 19 October 1883

Our Ej^nymeuts. Prom whence *re tbet derived-? A,re those who are spending their time in.fbe pursuit of B&fcless pleasures really the happy one*? True bappineaft is only found by tbo«e who (to ifood -work* those who live, noi for tbetoselres alone, but try ns (hey go through Iffe to let «?ray of guDHbfoe into lives of those with whom they come in contact. How airgnge that so many thocrsaodg should ruin heatth-, fortune «ad even reputation in the pursuit of pleasures, that, like th« tipples of tEee Dead sea, turn to aslves in the grasp, when there ia to much" unalloyed enjoy ment to be found in ministering to the van ts of other*. We aJI tminthare oc­ cupation or be miserable, am! there is no need of being idle. Tbre is-earnest work lying right in oar pathway. Even if we hare sorrows of our own tbo swwest way to throw them off, and forget to shed our own tears is by drying the tears of others. There is so much suffer­ ing. ao much ,'orrow to be relieved. We should interest onnsel...

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. — 26 October 1883

VOL. 8- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. /Cjynl. E H. FAIJNTOT Attorney at law, I.ITTLE PALLS, MINN. A. F. STOllJCY. D. T. CALHOUN. STDBEY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for tfae American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and a«Il« rpal estate, nnd loans njoney on same. Also Ms a liirse .amount ol choiee land and wi.w.n IoU kraule. LITTLIR-FALV. MINN- «J Iidicinl. B. P. FRLLER, Justice of the Peace. LITTLE FALjLS, MINN. Offu'Sal. --TvriJcn^cEr COUNTY AUDITOR. rAWill wttend to collections, pay taxes, 1e«rr rhIcs, Inmin front tax tnrvi(r Sec. in Mor. adjotnimT counties. Office at Court. Honop, Little Falls, Morrison '«mntv, Minnesota. &•%j ssTf^ivni'p. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORKIIWN OOt NTT, M1 N. Will furnish Abstracts uf Title. r«y Tnxw. II »s I.Arid4 fur 5alo. OFFFOK AT COURT HOl'SE, f.TTTLE FALLS, Mf.VM I.EOS HftlDE. Clerk of the District Court. Sever Mi Jiulicinl l'htrut. MOHKTSON OOrKTV. MINX...

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. — 26 October 1883

I W. M. FULLEfi, Piiubr.snei. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The semi-annual conference of the Mormon church irf in session at Salt Lako and Apostle Cannon reported a membership in Utah of 127,290 families 23,000 births in last six months, 2300, of which'number the males exceeded females-by an even hundreo marriages .'139 new members admitted, 23,040 deathu, 781. The church organization has twelve apostles, 58 patriarchs, 3885 Heventils, olo'J hiyh priests, 11,000 cloirs, irm bishops and 1,400 deacons, Arizona lms a membership of 22(52, Idaho not re ported but it is about double that of Ari­ zona. The new converts from the Southern Stated are being colonized in Colorado. The theory that inmates of insane n?y uiris should be required to work is pairi­ ng ground, and it is not improbable that many oi the asylums will eventual­ ly becnne nearly self-supporting, in­ stead of being as now, a very heavy tax: upon the public. Of course, many of their inmates are too insane to work, but perhaps m...

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. — 26 October 1883

Kllb* GOSSIP GALORE IN GOTHAM. Theatrical Critlc3 Sharpen Their Pencils and Prepare l'oi- th- Proposed sinngliter of the Innocent. Stara. Society Circles in a State of Holy Horror Over the Kcveiations Regarding a Fair of winning Lights. Notes Anorit. ths Newspaper War. Slonthly Mu^nzines and OMier Timely Topics. NFWYOTIK, Special Correspondence, Oct. 10. —Tho chief topic of local talk in the superfluity of opera wi which v'o are to be legaled this reason, beginning wtli tlio opening of the new Metropolitan Opera houso 1 Mr. Abbey on tho 22d. I vent through tho Metropolitan Opera hoii.se yesterday, Staudiug in tlio proscenium arci), which is llfiy-five fost in the clear, the amphitheater of seats ami boxes sweeps aloft with tremendous spaciousness. Tho orchestra chairs are largy andlow, as well as numerous and above them arc utleJ tho throe tiers of boxes, snuely sot, and ab ivo these, tho balcony aivl the 1'arrvly circle. ri fo'd ho whole interior is a rich monoelromo in gold, tho m...

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. — 26 October 1883

01 wed Sash 1 NEtr Bus to and THE LITTLE FALLS MEAT MARKET All kings ef Fresh1 Meat*. L*rd, and ererytkiaj [sally kept iin fcet class meat market, aenetantly bud- LITTLE FALLS, MINN.. We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the HIOHEIST For the same. Bring in your BEEF, PORK, YEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TANNERS CHEAP CASH STORE Y«vi will find a Complete Assortment of And tbe best stock ot Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Ready-made Clothing, Ever Brot to Tills Town! Call and be convinced. A. TANNER. J. W. BERG, -DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools IMPROVED HOWE SCALES. OLIVER UJdlL^i/ fi.oWS. Doors, Building Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cement Plaster of Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware made to Order. Repairing promptly done LITTLE FALLS, MINX. from 11 trains. ^HBBHE^SElllil^day orweek Whip light a...

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. — 26 October 1883

A"*V f\ B. B. Coin* Baker in the City. Gen. James H. .Baker, railroad com­ missioner of the State of Mi rinrstotu, wss in town, this forenoon for the pur­ pose of looking over the ground uwi learning all the facts in connection with the "railroad w$r." He made us a pleasant call while in town, and we learned from him that the condi­ tion of affairs here is similar to the sit nation at other points on the North­ ern Pacific in this State. At Wadena, Verndale and Glyndon the railroad company has refused to fartiiBh cars to local buyers, and the citizens hsve vigorously protested.' Mr. BVter knows of no immediate remedy, advises public agitation. It tin* b*da decided to call a State convener of those interested in a movement the offending railroad commuting. to he held at Little Palls at some »?our-jn ient date, unci Gen. Baker .has pioai ised to beiit attendance. MILL.1TSEKY ATCOST I am now cloxiug out my ito«k of MiUiuery cheap For cash. Call aiidigvta Bargain. -i The Sirs. C. Mechau...

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. — 26 October 1883

FiiLiUOjSliiOISS A fortnight or so ago I was on my I way to the far wast, traveling on a' fast through B. and O. express. On a bright Suuday morning I awoke in my berth and realized that the train was standing still. I raised the curtain and peeped out. The sun was well up in the heavens and the train stood in a dense wood away from any living creatures. It did not move for some time,, and I Arose, made my toilet, and went outside. The train stood partially on along tres­ tle weak or open bridge, and I could see smoke rising from the end of the structure furthest from us. I walked out past the locomotive and on the bridge where I root a number of gen­ tlemen talking. "What's the matter?" I inquired ol one. "Oh, a section of the bridge has burned,1' replied the gentleman. "fiUcky that the engineer saw the fire iu time to save I remarked gfi/.ing .'own into the water below, and shud­ dering at the thought of being piled up, in a slcoping car, iu the chasm that yawned for irp\ "But the...

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. — 26 October 1883

AS AFFAIR OF HOKOE. The hot rays of a July sun cam9 down with uncomfortable intensity upon the glaring white sand of the beach, as a somewhat flashily attired young roan shielded himself with an umbrella, a.ud watched the more active specimens of humanity disporting themselves in the brine, which was tossed rather tumultu ously by a strong southerly breeze. "By gracious!" he muttered at length, "That girl in the blue bathing suit had better be a little more careful she'll get beytmd her depth." And he took a few steps nearer to the bathers—mostly females, one of whom, a little distance l'rom the rest, seemed decidedly venturesome, the receding waves forming a dangerous undertow. 'There!—I thought so!" he cried fling­ ing away his umbrella and dashing across the narrow strip of sand, as a cry of alarm rose up from the water and a blue clad form disappeared from sisht, drawn under by the ba^kwatd rush of the waves. lie met the next incoming wave, but succeeded in petting beyond it, as...

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. — 26 October 1883

T^a I£inl of a Rosebud Siielg. 1'iti an only daughter jronngjffri, A spit-curl iijj frizzes young tffrl, A languishing, dainty, all powder aad painty, /v #lt up at 11 yoanj? girt. I'm* would be {estheticyoung girl, A dote on tlie art® younr ^ir4 A poet in embryo, dch't know a thirty know, A11 on tbe *ur fricc jrouny gitl, I'm a. mwd-rerfiing youtifc pirl, A lie awake-ruitll"C youug girl. A romantic, half crazy. but terrible lazy, Lei am do the work young girl. I'm a look ot»t fer a .catch yiAinp jlrl, A h«»di ™e»5^'in£ wbe. The New Two Cent St&aspt Prom Peck'a Sun: najU,4 /n 'Xr °la t-tel!-a-lie expression hf not only conl t«]| a lie, but gloried in "hi* sha:rm. He io k* a» though, instead «f b«ing he father of his country, he h**l just been conricted of beinc tbe father of of he present dsv who Eigs Fur­ nished to go to any part of the County* .19?: Ml# ft 1 *r :8h *MpM up and admire Gtoge VVa$hinton. There is nothing' oV»it th» face to inspire conti d«nc», and if we did not kn...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
x
Loading...
x
x