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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 16 November 1883

\jr\ Bring in your BEEF, And Bus to and from all trains Aiwi^HwawBp^w^^vUi1 a I'jwgjijjjpa.11.*1''.iftyififtI•Wit'ijuttwaa THE LITTLE FALLS MEAT MARKET You will find a t®,. All kinO» ol Fratb mmcu, a*u«N««, awn*, IATA, Bind «rerytt«lng juallyiept i* a firnclaw meat Market, eonetantly I on kand. LlTtLE TALL8, MIKX., We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the TTTruTnaaT CASH PRICES For the same. PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, get your cash every time. We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & 00. A. TANNERS CHEAP CASH STORE Complete Assortment of And the best stock. #t Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Beady-made Clothing, Ever Brot to THIS Town! Call and be convinced V^V^i#^-' "V-..5 •.' A. TANNER. J. W. BERG, -DEALER IK—- HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools IMPROVED HOWE SCALES. OLIVER OilJlJbAJALi JLS JL'XukS VVS. Glased Sash,Doors,Building Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cement Plaster ol Paris, Plastering flair. IRON, STEEL and CO...

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. — 16 November 1883

I TIW" .' *m»Hfrr«r A K&TlVAl* +X TBS -COUXT HOUsfe iiisap tfHXTBSDAY JEVSNISQ, KOV. S2-*-F0B THE 1BENEF1T OP TKVCpy^BKGATJOJUX, FAli30*A*3E. I Th« Ladies' Working w] Social club of the Congregational* ch«rcb will give .« Thanksgivftig festival «t the court house on next Thursday evening, Nov. 22. An excellent supper will be *erved from5 o'clock until 9 o'clock in tfce evening, and all are invited to I coWe. The todies will have a large Yattetv of lj«nd«ome arid usefwl s.rti clea, mostly nade bytbe members of' the club, for sale during the afternoon and evening. The proceeds of the festival ili he for the benefit of the ^Congregational parsonage, now aiearly •completed. As those wiio liaw* par-. taken of the former «upp«rs given by this club well know, the repast \yili ?be a very £ae one and jBrst class in I *every wjspyt)t. The price for supper 3ias bot.'ii fisted very low, only 25 cents. Ovsteirs will'ln serve1 at addi tional cost to vthoiss who -wish. them.! The ladies haf*e ...

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. — 16 November 1883

1 FARMERS' COLUMN. Clean Beas ror Animals. All kinds of farm stock, whether kept in a stable or in yards, should be pro­ vided with a clean place to sleep at night, and in winter with plenty of warm clean bedding. Animals are usually just a® particular about such matters and en J03' a clean bed as much as'their owners and if any one doubts it he should try a bundle of biack filthy straw, and then one that i» clean ana bright, and see how quickly the latter will be selected for a bed. A sick horse that cannot be induced to lie down in any other way, will often take to a bed of clean bright straw. The farmer who desires to in­ crease the size and quality of his man­ ure pile should use plenty of bedding under his stock besides the increase 01 fertilizers for his land, he will add much to the comfort of his stock. Honey by the Barrel. Apiarists in the northern States usual­ ly speak of their honey crop by stating the number of pounds or boxes secured during the season, but in Florida, ...

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. — 16 November 1883

4 MISSLiKRIPIFS 1GVEBS. From Chamber's Ma«zine. Miss Lirripip had# pretty face and five thousand & year, not to speak of ex­ pectations. Prettv faces are common enough, even in these* days xf agricul­ tural depression and Stagnant trade bnt a girl with five thousand a year ia a variety, and a girl with five thousand a year and a pretty face into the bargain ia a positive phenomenon, and. as such cannot fail to be greatly admired by a number of more or les3 eligible young men «ri?h a taste for beauty of the more substantial kind. Even mi idle-age bachelors awoke from their habitual in­ difference when, on being introduced to a lovely damsel of two-and-twenty they are conscious that the possessor of a considerable fortune stands before them for, although money i3 the root of all evil, it is a root which most people very •willingly undertake the riek of cultiva­ tion. Since Lydia LirriDip was to us beauti ful and thus rich, it is not surprising that she had not only admirers—me who...

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. — 16 November 1883

i* 1 1 laMsiWtew'jft'-'fc »w w* THE BLICLI DEATH. C»iis« of ttlw Annaal OtttbjoaK of (b» Plague. It is ffeueraUr BUPPOPOIL A&VS Xcefeergs v^me4 §0 the plague, or black df.-atfau. Thvy area ooa foributiiigj! itufe not the oaij cause, The ifeftl cause of the pestilence has,been inown for years to tlie Persian and Turkish Governments, tut tliej have done nothing toward its pre^eation. Tlie "black death is not an uncommon disease in that part of Mesopotamia lying south­ west from Bagdad, between the right Shore of tbe Euphrates and the Syrian desert It ban made its regular appear­ ance there ever since the .year 1872, be­ tween the months of December and June. In Nedjtff, or Medsched Ali, is the grave of Ali, the Bon-in-law of the Prophet Mahomet. Frora there leads a debcrfc road, marfted out by the bleached bones of camels and human beings, to the so-called Lake Euphrates, wliMi re­ ceives its water through the Hintieh canal. To the northwest of this lake is situated the city of Ke...

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. — 23 November 1883

if }T 1 Y0L8. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. L»firal. E. F1MHAI, Attorney at Law. MTTLE FALLS, MINK. A.y. STOKKT. D. T. CAL&QTZN. STOREY & CAlLHOl Ji, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office at the Court House. MTTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at 8. ?. DU LLER, Justice of the Peace. TTT'rT,F FALLS, MINN. ^D.Tachat^CK COUNTY AUDITOK. "Will nt.tpnd to collections, pa.v tuxes rftrieftTii hinds from tax Fides, &c. in M••»!• rismaiu! juljoniinc counties. Offire a' (Tourt Hnn^. Utt'e Falla, Morrison C«untv, Minnesota. -y^ TVr TiEGTSTER OF DKFTiS, MOR It PON COrKTT, MINX. Will furnish Abptracts of Title. Pay Taxes. Tins Lands for Sale. OFFICE AT COT'RT IIOFSE, LITTLE FALL*, MINN LEOT IlfSlIEE, Clerk of the Iis 1 ric Court. Ffventli .ludie'iil 1'i^trii't. MOHRTSON C.'T NTY, MINK, &*r Fntrifn of TIOR MMHIP. filincr Final Proof «Kd !inv r.tltpi* 1 I t-uMness will bo promptly alter-'!' to. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. I?. J. HATZKI?, C'Ol'TN'I'Y I' VKYOli "Will locate lard*. pay tnjees. a...

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. — 23 November 1883

taiismpi W. M. FULLER, Puublisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. PITH OF THE NEWS. WasniDfirtoii JNews Notes. Postmasters commissioned: Iowa. L. M. Street, Hansell EL B. Auman, Denver, Wfs H. L. Thompson, Mt. Morria Charles 3P. Taffln, Siegel, Dak. Her minus A. Arch am bault Emmonsburg Edwaid F. Key* jiold, Bruce. Postofficea established, Da­ kota, Newton, Frank county. Washington, special telegram, Nov. 17. Postoffices es tablished, Dakota, Emmoasburg, Emmons coimfcv. Postoifiee name and site changed, Dakota, Thomas, Brooking county, to Bruce, ninety rods north. Postmasters commissioned: Iowa—Israe C. Woodard, Barnum, William W. Braun Uniof burg, Minnesota—Joan Swenson, Canby. Dakota—George Landon, Newton. Postoffices discontinued—Montana, Center ville, Meagher county. John McLangston has been appointed United States ctaargo d'aflfajrs at Santa Do­ ming*} and John W. Scott, Iola, Kans., agent of the Indians of the Pawnee and Otoz agency, Indian Territory. Gterge H. Bidwell, a^sstant sup...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 23 November 1883

..a r.:r:-,. SONG OF THE BKEEZE. Softly sighing to the river Comes the lowly broeza, Setting nature *11 a-quiver, Bustling thro* the trees, Thro' the trees. And the brook, in gentle measure, 4T Laughs for very lovo. While the poplars in their pleasare Wave their arms above. Yea. the frws, in very pleasure, Wave their leafy arms above. Yet the breeze is but a rover: "When he Mugs away Brook and poplar mourn a lover, Sighing, well-a-rtay! Well-a-dny! Ah, ifio wooing and undoing That the rogue could tell! «7hen the breeze is out a wooing Who can woo BO well! Ah, the tales the rogue could toll I Nobody could woo so well. -W. S. Gilbert. A PLOT FOR A FORTUNE. "Well, doctor, what's the verdict Am I con­ demned to death, or are yoa going to reprieve me?" think I can reprieve you. But I can't promise to do moro." "I ijevor expected it. I know my state quite as w&l as you—I haven't a year's life in me. Now Jbn't b8^in to talk the usual rubbish you ought to kuow me we'll enough by thia ti...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 23 November 1883

*i-'3. A-. I 1 !!|i iili 4! 1 I ',4. --'rr''Ty •r, Wter**?'*?** ""..•" ••«•*.»? .r-V'-.V^ /V::vA\,.V'--v• ~':.' THE LITTLE Bring in your Tin, to and all trains. irmng^Tn We Buy all Rinds of Dressed Meats tod Farm Produce And Pay the SiaH^SST CASH PH.ICMS 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. CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Ready-made Clothing, J.W. BERG —DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARD WARD, MEAT MARKET ..'. ijffL- *U iuda of-Vwki# Meats,' SnWgei^ Hams Lard, apd every th lag us anliy kept 8 flmelass meat riwurket, oomtaritl.v on hand. l.l'fTI/EFALLS, Kf-yv. 1 All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, IMPROYE ID HOWE SCALES, Glazed Bash, Doors, Building "Paper, Glass, Putty, Li roe. Cement, Piaster. of Paris, Plastering.Hair, IR(^,.STEEI^pd:GQA^ ... Copper and Sheet Iron Ware made toorder. impairing promptly done. xrz Whip ftght arid drive slow! Cash up, or no go Fa the Da...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 23 November 1883

A:-'4 sent as one-of th, aide-c^camps of, "Grand Couniiander Beath of the 6. A. R.. Music. I will give .instructions in vocal music, teaching ary part to new tiegiuncis or xho*e more advanced, either single or in Ph. Best's boer at €orati*atKfcr H. B. IHmleof iW Work. The Bridge •*»8u post U. A. R. uf this Village h*s A. T.Rlddell, ofthe firm-of 3fc»ep«-s teen great jyMored in the Miwts ot the. ^.-Riddell, the bridge contractors, was j)»:notic order by his rw*at .*p'poiat-,|ih Th« handsomest and Iwrgist 'assort inent of wallpsper ever hrou«-ht to town TUTTI,E«& CHUKCHILL. MIRIRSEKY AT COST am now closing-out tay stock of Millinery cheap for cash. Call undtjgr.t a lBargain. Mrs. C. Mcchau. Fine watches, diamonds, jrweiiy and also watch rcpairinfi* at KINNEY'S, H. II. Roller, ot Royalton, will give a "ball nud supper in that village on Thanksgiyinsr evening m-xt. It will he giv.-n in the railrna.*! 11-prt building, and there will be plenty of room'. 8up 'per will be PROVIDED T»V G...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 23 November 1883

AS IDEAL. BY HARRIET FRESCOTT SFOFFOIUX From the Continent. Age comes to some people only like the wider opening of the rose,the gentle drooping of the creamy outer petal and one mast needs think of this in look­ ing at Mrs. Fernalde. "I have had my three score and ten/' she used to say. "I bare had all that nature has to give, and now I am living on grace." It was a sun­ ny spirit that informed her, a lightsome ness that never- let the substance of a tear penetrate beneath the surface that •could endure nothing but happiness. Her unfailing good nature was like a fairy wand that smoothed every trouble out of her way and out of the way of eyerv one about her. If her hair was white, no great sorrow had made it so and its contrast with the soft brilliancy of a black eye and the velvet flush of a cheek unwritten by many lines, made her perhaps as lovely as one standing in all the full radiance of youth. As for ilr. Fernalde—tall, dark, spare—he was by no means unattractive, and his cour...

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. — 23 November 1883

ANSWERED PRAYERS. I prayed for riches and achieved success. All that I touched tamed into gold. Alas! My prayers were greater and my ptace was less. When that wish came to pass. Jlow I prayed for glory, and I heard my name Sune by sweet children and by hoary men. But ah, the hurts, the harts that come with fame! I was not happy then. 1 prayed for love! and had my soul's de­ sire Through qnivering heart and body and through brain There swept the flame of its devouring fire And there the scars remain. I prayed for a contented mind. At length Great light upon my darkened spirit burst. Great peace fell on me, also, and great strength, Ohl had that prayer been first! —-T^Ma. WTiPfller. TurguenefiPs Last Sketch. I was about ten years of age when what I am about to relate occurred. It was summer time. In those days I lived with my lather on a farm inJSouth ern Russia. Around us, for a distance of many versts, the steppe extended in ev­ ery direction. No forest, no stream could be found In ...

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. — 23 November 1883

IS 1 V- .' i' THJS PjfpVKE ft^waat of agAi* least, rellgiot). v-ith etapi^itji (selected of 8L1ESCCR. A Scathing C&t** #.»* t. fhtU TBavMtkm. (Frofcj tli® North Azcwrtaaa BoVw*,J Nevor let tfcia generation at hear: onijjt whimper from Bcience Ia religion 1*&* Gffcen the long warfare has And science accepted the trust man fully. The most celebrated and the most accomplished brought to that darkened chamber their highest knowl­ edge with ever renewed and unwearying effort. The railroful and the telegraph were put under their control. No cost hindered any experiment or curtailed iicy care. The nation stood behind, not only permitting, but urging every expenditure of brains and money, to the same end, urged their owu" self interest, patriotism and humanity. Day and night they ceased not to work and watch, and the result was—failure, ab hite, thorough, undisputed failure—fail­ ure so minute and complete that only it3 terrible gravity kept it from being ridiculous, and not even if...

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. — 30 November 1883

iSfc $. .• i" i: PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Le^ml. H. FABlfHIM, Attorney at Law. UTTLE FALLS, .... klNN. 4. W. fcTOKEY. I. T. CALHOTOf. STOREY & CALHOUN, *TTOIU*EYS AT LAW. Office at the Court Houae. LITTLB FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the Amerioan Agency & Collection Go. Buys and sells veal e»?tate, and loans money toa game. Also has a lar .® amount of choice laud and town lbts lor Mile. UTTI.P MfNN. 8. P. FULLER, Justice of the Peace. LTTTl.F FALLS, MTNN. j. D.TacfXNC*C~ COUNTY AUDITOR. Will attend to collections, pnv taxes, redeem 1*mU frnni tax kmIps. fce. in W.»r r'*enflnd adioining rnunt^s. Office -at t5#nrt TTohsp. Tittlp Fall*, Morrison Cowntv. Minnesota. *r rTr*TAT» REGISTER OP DEEDS, MO^RIPOM COCNTT, M7NN. Will Airnlnh Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. Has Lands for ?alc. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALL?, MINN Clerk of the District Court. Fev*niti Judicial T^ip'ri^t. KORKlfOK COUNTY, MTN7T, a^*FntrtPf of Triri e#trMfls. flliru' Fin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 30 November 1883

W. Mv FULLER, Pmib^sher. LITTLE FAtUS, MINNESOTA In some parts of the country, some very good people, no doubt, but very fooli«h, for ail that, are forming secret organizations to secure the overthrow of polygamy. Nothing is to be gained by secrecy, either in aiqis 01 roetjh^tjgr The great Uni^n and Central Pacific magnates have engaged roorosjEtt Wash­ ington this -wintef and rumors has it that they will seek important legislation for their own benefit, or to prevent leg­ islation foi the benefit of the public. A man recently died in New York leaving an estate of $20,000, and his will is now being contested by thirty-nine alleged heirs. It is getting to be a rare thing for a rich widower or bachelor to die in New York, where from ona to a .half-dozen women do not put in claims his property on the ground that some ime or another they hpld the tender relations of wife to the deceased. Men who enjoyed unblemished reputations, and with good reasons, after death are assailed with what w...

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. — 30 November 1883

\r pfei^ilS^ ,r\Tif t'IS. 'tf/T 0- '.-v. "WHAT NKW YOKK TALKS OF. The Efrgant Ex-Editor of the World Discussed tn the Candljl Iilphtof** Tqit, HuutW. Adelaide Betehon's Success. and Rev. Mr. Frothing barn's Failure—Manicure and Matrimony Incompatible. A Sash Social Heretic. Who Declines to Be Instructed by "Don't"—Gossip of the Theaters. NEW YORK, Speoiai Correspondence, Nov. 14.—Mr. Henry Irving asked me the other day: "Who is Mr. Hurlbert? Mr. William Henry Hurlbtrr "He la a bfiillant and accomplished American editor," I seid: "wbo has graduated from this country and gone to Europe to live." "He is quite rich, I believe?" he added, inter­ rogatively "for he has invited me to come UD to his shooting-box in Htitherlandsbtre, in the very north of Scotland, and he gave me a fine package letters of introduction to eminent Americana." I did Hoi think it in good taete for ma to enter into explanations to him, but I can now tell him something about Mr. Hurlbert through the medium of voar ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 30 November 1883

THE LITTjJ 4 Bring in your mr, AT A •1 from all trains. d.W. FALLS MEAT MARKET '«#*•. Vit4*40 9V (Mtt. 8*«ne«w, Han» Urd, and emf»«to# t» i*)3r kept W ftr*t elae* *e*t tmtM, ecaietaatl) tu bund. f.lTTLE FAUJ MTVV We Buy Kifafls of Dressed |le^s Farm Produce And Pay the HXaHBST OASj^ PRICES For the same.' BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash, every times. We want to see you. d. P. SMITH & CO. CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Eeady-made Clothing, -DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, XMPROYEU HOWE SO AX. OlM#d 5 axft, Doort, Building Pafwsr, Qla**, Putt)*, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Parle, Plustuing Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper jwnd Sheet Iron Ware made to order* REPAIRING PROMPTLY DOT«. orn Rig in Horses JAMES STUART ftfUJUiett IN tfrxVIE* I ANC'Y •'f AXD A FULL LI5E0F FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. H8T Best stock of Cigar* In town. Choiceifc'bfajida of Tobacco, Arctic Soda...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 30 November 1883

Shf i'-J .¥LS yj^TV*S v. 4 '-•'"4 /, \}pf), ^.'v^ &•' M".'^-,'*••. •. '.*' i5L:£& :.iil. -.. ^ii •. ... *hnrt»-*ct dram* *t Vaiwly.^ hall x»n Tfcwdav evemrg' rical treat bv attending Follo wing is Sally Peeclee*(Yatkee h«''p' l" I will giviMiwiritctionsin vocal music, leaching ury p»rt to wew- i'eg'irinere or thow? more advanced, either single or In •cl*8fie». Call itt my residence. MI« LI'K11Y AT COST I am nnST^lodnsf out my stock of Milliriery -heap for Call aad get a Bargain. Get your job work d(-ne at the Tian iript oflflce.1 G« A. Anniinl Elocti^n. On Suturday iof next week, Docem ber 1, at 2 o'clock p.m., the first Satur­ day in the montiy. the Workman Post G. A. B. of this villageWill hold their annual election of officers, and no member should fail to be preses ton the above date. "v in •r J:' OATS v-tftw-. ,' .'.# BY IIDOAT *AIATNT. The Little rail a At^eteu^.'Dramatic (heir Isr^'&O'ir mill on Piiitt^ river *ompripyihe fcopnkr Mna. L. PtoRi-Ey. arThe best coal a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 30 November 1883

Hi® ENGLISH EAILWAYS. Oescriptloa of the Principal, Lines and Their Characteristics. Taking into considerat on the im­ mense railroad interests of America, and that so many E igiiihmen (both prominent and obscure) have been late­ ly, and are at present, on the far side of the Atlantic investigating the American railway eyste.u, and getting free ride.-* from one end of the country to the nth efr, it has seemed to uae in this annual interregnum of dullness through which London is now passing that I could not do better than devote a few remarks to the roads of Eng­ land. In the first place, let me state that, in England is almost invariably called a railway. The chief English "lines"—as roads are always called—are those which enter and depart from London. The principal companies, therefore, are the Great Northern Great Eastern Great Western London and Northwes­ tern London and Southwest^ r« ^Southeastern Midland Lon don, Brighton, and South Coast and London, Ohathans, and Dov­ er. All ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 30 November 1883

PHIIiOPENA. "Wfcat sort of a gift Will I take?" Ask a my sancy debtor. «'8Ml aiitke or buy the th'ng. Watipa Jo I li*e tile bettei?" Iben to mine alittle han 3 Is yie.ded up co0apefeely, "Wlxite hi rad jlipi cry to mc, Ani toe eyea smile sweetly. "K'mw'sfc thou prisoner at the bar, (d ill I rtoH Her tightly). The 4) *anin«of that Greciau word?" "NtVafceaiiswers, lightly. "Paha—penalty phllo—love, A^9*rdi'g to tie letter, And1it you caimos pay the debt I moat keep the debtor. Won't yc bay your sentence off U-tele** tne eadeivor Yet, tfyoa worfc the wnole terra oat, It will take forew!" —Philadelphia Press. MIRIAM. "Before dec »y'a efftcin'? fias^era Have swvpt t&a l»u«a wSura bsjacy linsjere." Benea'h the lof.y cliffs which frowue above the "silver streak" there is a ebeUerel spot called 'Madeira, which if rauoh uffd te-i by tho-se who love »e gentle gl «w of the winter sun. It wa?r there, upbn a certain morning, that Herbert Trevannion found hijnielf in a bath-chair, A fall from...

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