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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 30 November 1883

or, ia bo a 1 a 4-i I Mi •t-l: vB* CVBIW8 PAiMXTfk Produ&in -of Out fttHfe&t In,v«nt4*nu Seaae inveettgatcttg person haa Jctr $tehecl tfetflSew 3Tork Times with ftriei list of patent* thmgs-^sHch as feny man or boySaigtol itave tbcrhgfat of, but didii't, apd whicH to «a^y inatttmo^B iiave proved amos of iwsWi t» the Incfcy discoverer. Amorig theae trifS ia tb© favorite toy —tli© return ball wooden ball %ith an Mitotic string Attached, selling for the stun of 50 ceiite-each, bat yields iiig tci its pdtcJSied-an iucame equal to fair retetes on a capital of SoOOjOCOt The rubfeetf tty on the end of lead pen* biis affords the owyer of the royalty an independent fortane. The inventor of the gummed newspaper wrapper is also a rich maru The gimlet-pointed screw has evolved more wealth than most sil­ ver mines, and the man who first thought of putting copper tips totfhiktrei's shoes is. as well off if hia father had left him $2,000,000 in United States bonde. Al­ though roller-i-kate...

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. — 7 December 1883

$ J'u ft .1 ill ft .r-m mSim PROFESSIONAL CARDS. i^orml. 33. FABMHIX, Attorney ft Xaw. &ITTLS FALLS, MINN. 4 11 111 'a"1*1 1 A.r. STOItCY. D. T. CALHOUN. STOREY CALHOUN, AIXOBIZTS AT LAW. Office at the C«urt Howe. LITTLB tAbW, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney ud Coumeltor at Law. Agent for the American Agency A Collection Co. Buys and sellx real estate, and loans money en Mae. Also hes a large amonnt ot cbei«e land and town lot* lor tale. I.ITTI.K FA! T-. MINX. JudUtiul- s. P., Ft) ILER, Justice of the Peace. T.TTTT.l? FAT.L*. MtW. TUT .. L~ J. D. I,ACFAWGF. COTJim AUDITOR Will attend to collections, pay taxes redeem land# from ta*,?aW, &?• in Mor­ rison and adjoining conntie*. Offer-att €ourt ITmitr. tittle Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota. REGISTER OFDFFIBDS, *01l«l1Pe^OOCKTY, MTSW. Will furnl*h Abstracts of Title. Fay'Tkaw. Bai Lands for Sale. OmCE AT COURT HOTJS*. Lima MINN Lfun HOW Cleric of the District Court. SeYentfa Judicial ]»lftrict. MORRISON COUXTT, MIX*, «V-1ln*pi...

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. — 7 December 1883

W. M. FULLER, Paubliaheir. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA, PITH OF THE NEWS. Wasfilnston JJews Notes. A telegram from Washington says that last summer Henry M. Poor, compiler of the Railway Manual, became satisfied that the Northern Pacific Railway company was concealing a large floating indebtedness, and that tbe stuck muat buffer a heavy decline He formed a syndicate atd sold the stock secretly to the amount, it is said, of 40,000 abates Tbe stocfc was above 80 and went below 40. The profits were in the neigh­ borhood of 2,000,060. Senator Edmunds is preparing a postal telegraph bill, which he will submit to the senate soon after congress meets. His idea is to have a trunk: line, connecting the cap­ itals of the various states with the national capital as a mnin center, and then have the lines in the states radiate from the state capitals to the reading pestoffices. He is op­ posed to the purchase of any of the existing lines. The president has appointed Edward Farley collector of intern...

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. — 7 December 1883

SOME EVACUATION NOTES, Great Preparations Making in New York for the Cel- bratiou of the Centennial of the Withdrawal ot the Iiedcoats. How History Is Made, Showing That Historian Ikadb Draws More on His Imagina­ tion Than on Facts. Gotham Gossip— Monsijmor Capel Declares That the rlrtx.it,Ion ot Catholics to Support" Fubllc Schools Is Played Out NEW YOEK, Special Correspondence, Nov. S22.—Oar streets are fall of the noise of prep­ aration, as they vore a hundred year3 ago this day. In every hou-e is tho hum of expectancy. Vhen patriots were creeping quietly back trough the British iiues and reconnoitring the \ouses they had quitted Bcvea years before, when Washington retreattd northward through SlcGowan's j.-ass—now one of tho prettiest nooks ot' Central park—and crossed the Har­ lem. Young fellows who had been in the army burned back to'tho familiar neighbor­ hood, and shyly .inquirer] about the Sallies and Mollies and Amis and Elizas, lovely and loving of yore, and here and there...

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. — 7 December 1883

THE LITTLE FALLS ]*?£.: Bring in your r-' v'. I \y ,• AT A. NEW Bus to and! lrth# -v. c-''i'- v- v.-* agSt- All feuuis of Frasii Meats, StiuMgea, Hams Lard, and everything u« ially kept ins,first class meetiuartMtvConstantly "on baiid. L1TTI& FALLS, MINN We. Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the HiaHElST CASH ITFtXOlSUS 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, Beady-made Clothing, J. W. BERG IMPROVEDHOWESCAL 3 —DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARD WARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools. Glared Sash Doorfe Building Paper^ Glass, Putty, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Plastering Hair, .. IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper find Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. STAPLES S, UOtfel drive slow! Dajody Ili| in Town icoine to us. S.F.STAPLES & CO. .JUA.^JMK-'MUSULL-IX JAMES STUART, DIALER Ml ST APL...

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. — 7 December 1883

4"» Ph, BesfB Tbeer at tHirker, Dec. 8. The building improvements in Parker thfsyear are gratifying, and wo doubt if any other township in the countj, «imi lAily located, cab boast of greater. 80 far, t.wtlv«'hew dwelling houses have b«r, built »nd others .« in pro«« of g~»^X^rnr""""f'"" ^construction. The new houses, fiufabed a*&4 unfinished, now rep'^eseat an in­ crease of 38 per cent ., while the addition topopulation e*c«eds 80 per cent. Tki9 seems encouragingfor. a »ew, ouCof Ike way, bnckw«od«Cj o#h8hip like (his. W*. hear ^hat' ifr. Yeaty of Groy® Like-isto. putjta a sawmill a couple of miles froni the'ceniti of this township. id which/auterpmewe hope he will sue* ceed. .We have ohe oddity out here. A half mile post stands exactly equidistatit, and ''precisely in line .^between two maple trees, that are exactly the .same size. The surveyor says the like does not. occur oace in a thousand townships. The tree sta»d about thirty feet apart. No snow to amount to anything, and...

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 December 1883

An Adventure in Africa. The first night after leaving JLutete, a disaster occurred to me, but one of such common type iiiAfricai travel that venture to retail it to you here so that you may take the good with the ill and not imagine a Con^o traveler's experi­ ence all sunshine and brightness. We wero camped in a village, as usual, acd my tent was to all appearance carefu.ly and correctly pegged cut. I had eaten a well-cooked little diuner with keen appetite, and had then enjoyed the un­ wonted luxury of a novel over a cup of coffee. When, at length, 1 grew tired •of reading, I pot into bed, leaving my book open, and most of the things lying unpacked and in disorder. reckoned that there would be plenty of time to pack up in the morning. As I lay on my comfortable bed, soothed by a de licious sense of repose, I heard the rain beginning to pat cown ou my tent in areat drop3, while the rising wind soughed mournfully through the nelgh borging trees: but this dismal state of weather outsi...

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 December 1883

""rff *T*L •-'. ':*Vv VV xpM GEN. GRKSTTAM'S TSKP(5RT. POSTOSTXCE BOOKKEEPING. Thirty-seven pages are devoted 10 Postmaster General Gresham's report, and a largo portion of it is statistics. The financial statement shows: Il^v eDu-jfl, $45,3j8,G32 expenditures, $42,810,700 balance after deducting estimated outstanding li­ abilities, $1,001,281. Receipts for the fear were $3,62,2S- over those of 1832, which is about 3 per cent ioss than the average increase for tilt* last three yeari Postmasters have v,«id $1,350, 717, or 15 per cent more than was expended in 1882. Of this it:crea'0 $700,000 was duo to the. equalizing act of March 3. which was nude to apply to foTint.-ciHss of£c«a. The expenditure waa 81, 515,394.40 in excess of tiie appropriation. The de­ ficiency wan unavoidable, since the law fixes the compensation of postmasters, and orders them to reta.i* it in accounting for thb proceeds of their offices. The increae in tho expenditure for clerks iu postoffices was 4458,682.81....

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 December 1883

intbn $*y* oigoodi^m Jkrit bijlfHif mhnh later in Gtyhfatorj, mterfy nuxrSagem «bk fclLowrdu 5To take tm lntfteaee In the Oeorgian period, tiiis entry ia ia*The Chronological Diary" appended to the Historical Register, volume six, .fcfr the yew 172I, juoo 8: "CliarlW Powul, of Carmarthen, Esq, about 11 Years oi Age, marry'd4o .» Xtanghtar Bir Thomas Petrel, fif Broad*»^B*ri tie ©eaa'd Aged about 14." The Toting bkdy*H only brother hod died on March ai prweding. Often did ft guardian M&k control erf 'wealthy ward find it not to delay the promotion, of A %&rinige of tbj ward with one oi his own kith and kin, though not al­ ways by any jibeaiuB wm iC considered necessary that there shotdd exist be 4ween the couple tha sentixnexits wbich uxtactnl Dickens'"young gentleman not ft jfaln old to run away with ft fine woman of 7." I inay CdtHitioa a similar instance which ocf eurred nearly 130 years liter than the tntrriage to which H. refers, in a family which my mother now represent...

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 December 1883

I."'' & VOL. 8- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Le^al. E. H. FABXM1M, Attorney at law, MTTLB FALLS, ... MINN. A. F. STOKKT. D. T. 0ALHOUK. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT I AW. Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHAKDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Ag*mt for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells real estate, and loans money en same. Also has a large ..amount of cli«i«e Mud and town lots for sale. LITTLE FALLS. MTNN. .J (ulicial. S. TTFULLER, Justice of the Peace. LTTTLIS FALLS, MINN. Official. y.D.LACHANCE. COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to eollections, pay taxes, redeem lands from tax sales, &c. in Mor­ rison and adjoining counties. Office at tfourt House, Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota. T^'VT^A'W REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRTS0Nr COUNTY, MINN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Fay Taxes. Has Lands for Wale. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN LEOS HOIDE, Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judicial District. ^•WRUISON COUNTY, MINK, t...

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 December 1883

W. M. FULLER, Puublisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. a MINNESOTA NEWS, I OUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. lie port of State Superintendent Kinhle ol Scholars Entitled to Apporl ionment—ATer ago Attendance. State Superintendent of In6traction D. L. jKiehle has prepared the following table of sta­ tistics relating to the pabiic schools of the 'State: No. ot IF Total scholars 3 0 S £3 O average Counties. entitled 0 a daily to appor­io attend­ tionment. ance. Aitkin 304 56 Anoka 1,907 '51 1,056 Becker 1,337 80 5.237 Benton 844 43 740 Big Stone 1,071 49 417 DBlne Earth 6ilGti 164 Brown 3,144 93 i,4l5 Carlton 312 2 285 Carver 2,848 164 1,018 Chippewa X1553 128 1,320 Chisago £,0(}[J! 45 1,000 Cl^y 1.5091 t)4 Cottonwood 1,268 29 864 Crow Wine 7751 Dakota 4,144 212 "i',969 Dodgo 2,184 106 1,304 Douglas 2,842 143 1,22a Faribault 4,103 120 1,928 Fillmore 7,445 281 4.031 Freeborn 4,504 212 2,185 Ooodhue 7,''20 276 3.437 Grant 993 46 451 Hennepin 15,^22 522 8,738 Houstou 3.953 124 1,633 Hubbard. 111 5 77 Isant...

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 December 1883

y\- 'fe- fe TRE MILKMAID. Across the grass I see her pass She comes with tripping pace— A maid I know—and March wiods blow Her hair across her face With a hey, Dolly! ho, Doliy! Dolly shall be mine. Before the spray is white with May, Or bloom3 the eglantine. The March winds blow. I watch her go Her eye is brown and clear Her cheek is brown, and soft as down (To thoso who see it near!)— With a hey, etc. "What has she not that they hare got— The dameu that walk in silk? If she undo her 'kerchief blue. Her neck is white as milk. With a hey, etc. Lot those who will be prond and chill! For me. from June to Jane, My Dolly's word3 are sweet as curds— Her laugh is like a tune With a hey, etc. Break, break to hear. O crocus-spear O tall Loot-lilies, flame! There'll be a bride at Easter-tide, And Dolly ia her name. "With a hey, Dolly I ho, Dolly I Dolly shall be mint— Before th'j spray is white with May, Or blooms the eglantine. —Avstin Dobson. A CHRISTIAN TURK. I live on the corner of a vil...

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 December 1883

*b, %x jf-'V* Bring in yovr And get ATA. ffi^ ^0OdS, to said All train# 'Lr ST" *8r- All Kinds oi *r«Ml Meats, Saoa&ges, Ham*, Lard-, and everything us «h.lijr kept kt ftret clam meat market, constantly on hand. LITTLE FALL8. WTNN We^Buj all Kinds of Dressed Meats and FarmlProduce •M And Pay the higheist cash pricks For the same. ^. ,v rc. BEEF,PORX^A^ MTOTON, EGGS, BUTXER &G, your cash every time* We Want to see you J. P. SMITH & CO. CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes, -made Clothing, J.W.BERG, —dealer llf-* HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARD, All kinds of mechanics' and fanning tools, IMPROVED HOWE SC-^LISS, Glazed Sub, Doors^Burfldfng Paper, "Glass, Patty,JLim«, Cementf Plater of Paris, Flastersng Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper and1 Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. I' .* rr »$hcv -f.^VVr'7'"" lvs-.m day orweek ve eometo 1 twAs**. if:- z.r t*- lis. &CO, v7- muit ix STAPLE 4 FAKCt A*DAFULLLIN£0F FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY. TOBACCO AND CIGARS, Best...

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. — 14 December 1883

4 t- jfor years L^VaSaly and iN. Richard ion have been-fet Wing. about th« title to Far flrstclass bob-sleds go to J. W, Bern'S. Fresh oysters servfed in any style at STUAKT'S. Many of the friends ef Rev, O. O! Rtahdeit gave a pound party at the Con­ gregational parsonage on Wedaesday evening the object being to spend pleasant evening• *yltb the family, and also forveach:one in aHendance to pre­ sent them with a pound of provisions of some kind. A, liberal supply of edibles wa* received, and an enjoyable evening experienced by all, present. The com­ pany was entertained a portion of the evening with some excellent singing by Hi:*. Lucy Perley and MiJw Csrrie Brewjt*. Shortly before the party btoke tiftti^r,/1loo leU m&Jea few pleasant and appropriate rwji*i:ke«, Oshkosh liuie $1.26 at .H, F. SCTTL EUSE'NKR'S. Bran aad ahorts at RICHARD BXO#.' We publish the following item by re­ quest of Clerk of the Court Houde. It would be »s well for those of our naturalized citixens to remem...

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. — 14 December 1883

h-. ATIjAST. BY AUtraK DOBSCJf., Host wmay 'twas to wai£ ffte Want dragging slowly on The red leaf to the running brook Dropped sadly, and was gone December came, and locked in ice Tho plashing oi the mill The white snow filled the orchard up But she was waiting still. Sp*ng stirred and broke. The rocks once more 'Gan'cawing up aloft The yonng lambs' new-awakened nries Game trembling frooa the croft The clumps of primrose filled again The hollows by the way The pule wind-flowers blew but she Grew paler still than they. How weary 'twas to wail! With Jtrae, Througk all the drowsy street, CJame distant murmurs of the war And rnmors of the fleet The gossips, from the rtiaikefc s'talls, Cried .news of Joe and Tim Sat June shed all her leaves, and still There came no news of bim. And then, at last at last, at last, One blessed August morn, Beneath the yellowing autumn elms, Pang-panging came the horn The swift coach paused a creaking 3pace, Then flashed away, and passed Bat she stood trem...

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. — 14 December 1883

PITH OF THE NEWS. Wftsnlngtoii News Notes. Senator Hoar's blli provides for the use of patented ballot boxes and coasting de­ vice. It requires that all balloting and counting of ballots be done in open meet' ias, which shall not be an adjourned until all the ballotb are counted, nod the result publicly proclaimed by the officer 5n charge, which officer shall be a United States mar­ shal or supervisor, who shall be custodian of the boxes as a representative of the attor­ ney gbneral, who have primary charge and responsibiliiy of such boxes. The Chinese embassy comprises thirty persons and occupies two houses in the city. It is to be regretted that there is rea­ son for believing that the one occupied by the secretary's clerks and servants is scarce­ ly more reputable than those hells of San PraDcseco and New York known as opium joints. Secretary Teller declined a patent lead mining claim to Kenneth M. Griffin of Cen­ tral Cisy, holding that in order to make it valid a location must ...

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 December 1883

One accent of the Holy Ghost The heedless world hath never lost. Or ever the wild Time coined itself Into calendar months and days. Bet not thy foot on graves. Good-by, proud world! I'm going home. j'.maujj & ETICAL GEKfB FHOM EMERSON. Emerson is the of American poets. From what otfoerbard have so o:ajrK:^rigitriil:•.imesaaid phrases pa««id iiito:':-^^oriH^«iwa»»-'..that dor not wear oat, of gt^dard value, bright and cur Tent goldT vtt is woi*tli while, for the laere effect, to.grtmp.sojne of them to­ gether, and especially tho3e which, ap­ pearing in hja first book forty years' ago, lojg SiJico beqame a constituent part of owe literftrjr -thought and ex­ pression: Tls the law of bai'a aflld stcne,. Each cha oiiiy take his own. The thoughts that he shall think fcnail not bo forma ol stars, but stars, No* pictures pale, but Jove aud Mars. Haat thou named all the birds without a gun' Loved the vrood-rose and left it on its stalk'/ Heartily know, When half-gods go The gods arrive. ...

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. — 21 December 1883

I O- vrift.it ri Y0L.8- PROFESSIONAL! CARDS. Lejyal. E. -Iff. FABMIIAM, Attorney at Law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. A. F. STOREY. D. T. C.-VIjHORN. STOREY*& rALHOHM, ATTORNEYS AT 1AW- Office at the Court'House:. LITTLE FALLS, MINN.. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys ftnfl-solls ren.1 estate, and loans money fi stune. Also has a largo .Jirftount of choice land, and tov. lots for suit*. LITTLE FALLS, MTNN. Juciicial' STRItjlEER,^' Justice of the Peace. LTTTLE FALL?, MINX. Ofilcial. •TD.T:AC11NC E, COFNTY AUDITOR. "Will ntterul to flrtUeptions, pay tnxcs, rodeem lands from tax &c. i:» Mor­ rison a adjoining connties. O JR. fico at Court Hmiro, Little Fulls, Morrison County. Minnesota. FTCWCVP. REGISTER OF DEEDS, jrovti rso?fcorKTY, mink. Will furnish Attracts of Title. I'ny Taxes Has Lands for $nle. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE. LTTTLE FALL?, MINN •Clerk oMho District Court. Seventh Judicial District. miRiasox COUNTY, MINN,...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 21 December 1883

W. M. FULLER, Puublisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA, PITH OF THE NEWS. Wasnlnarum News Notes* The postmaster general lias direqted post­ masters to exchange for the public, as ap­ plications are made, three and six-cent pos­ tage stamps and stamped envelopes for others of different denominations, stamped envelopes to be exchanged with fall cur­ rent rate stamped envelopes, bearing print­ ed cards and special request aa well as or­ dering stamped envelopes will be exchanged also stamped envelopes bearing printed ad­ dresses. Stamps and envelopes of issue prior to 1861 are not to be exchanged. Postoflicesdiscontinued: Montana—Greg­ ory, Jefferson county Lincoln, Deer Lodge county. Poatofflce site changed—Minneso­ ta—Eddsville, Renville county, two miles south. Postmasters commissioned~Her man M. Starr, Scottswood, Iowa: James M, Elson, Shellsburg, Iowa Joseph F. Farcier, Genterville, Minn. William D. Lear, Cor vallis, Mont. 5 Secretary Chandler has notified Congress­ man Washburn that t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 21 December 1883

4Talce glillSplfc »**^V FEOM TIIE PERSIAN. np thy crip and goblet, Love," I said, *Haut'C purling river ban! and.glassy glade Fall maay a mouu-hke form has heaven's wheel Oft into cup, of: into goblet made. "We buy HOW wine ana old, our cans to fill, A jd sell for two stains this world's good and ill: Know vou where you will go to after death.? Bet •wiDw bjfore rue, and go where you will I "Was e'er mar. bora vrlio never went astray? ©id ever mortal pass a sinless Say? If I do iil do not requite with ill! Evil for ovil how canal thou repay? ••Eno* forth t!iat ruby gem of Badakhnhau, Thai b- art's d-.-l^nt, that balm of Turkestan The.- s- iv 'tis wrong for Mussulmans to drink. But ah! vfh'-re au wo fiud a Mussulman? "Mv toilv's life JHv soul within However, even at Aylmer's Pike there were degrees and -utges of comparative unecrupu lonsua^. Two mou, newcomers to the pike, by name Hiraril Coffin and Pete Morris, at last wick­ edly and fvloniou-tly conspired together to rob Captain Pie...

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