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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 21 December 1883

AT AI Bus to and from all trains. THE LITTLE FALLS MEAT WeBuy Bring- in your Ali junus ol Meats, Sausages* Hams Lard, and everything us­ ually kept in 8 firw class meat market, constantly on hand. LITTLE FALLS. MINN. all Kinds of Dressed Meats and FarmlProduce And Pay the HIGHEST 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. CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, CIS Ready-made Clothing, J.W.BERG, DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARD, A 1 kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, MPEOYED HOWE ©OJkLJS -»1 Sash, Doors Etofldlng Paper, Glass, Putty .jLime. Cement, Piaster of Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON, STEEL and Tujv Copper and Sheet Iron War,e made to order. Repairisg promptly done. up, or no got T©rthe Dandy Rig in Town come to »g. COAL, STAPLES xt" •*'. Boarded STAPLE& FANCY AMD A FULL LINE OF FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO A N 0. A. CHURCHILL, REAL ESTATE INSURANCE. Office...

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 December 1883

4* OHB1BTMAS BELLS. "Peace and good-will," the nations say, It is the Saviour's natal day In heanrgn abore and earth below, Good-will andpeace, andlove: for lot Extends His al i-redeeraing grace. A fount of mercy each may find. "Goejjl-will and peace to all mankind." "Po&iee and s?ood-wtll," let mortals sing In chorus, while the sweet bolls ring. And through the choir of asjes voiee The words in which onr souls rejoiee Rejoice for blessings manifold, Rejoice for efforts which have brought Their harvest from the seed of thought. Rejoice for aunllght, which must bring Its glory to the shadowing Rejoice for dar' «s, too, for night Iteveal the at-" T3 SO calm and bright Stars far and a as the bright {rem "Which shone tor as at Bethlehenj, A pledge, as all God's creatures fmd, Of ransom to the human kind. {ggTA fresh lot of pickerel from Mille Lacs lake just received at the Liltle falls Meat Market. Kliightft of Pytlitas. The election of officers of the above society was held a few d...

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 December 1883

W3 if4i p*^.' J* mW: (its- THE MYSTIC'S CHRISTMAS. ,4f BY JOHN G. WHITTIEB. '"All hall!" the bell® of Christmas rang, •"All hail!'* the monks at Christmas sang The merry monks who kept with cheer ,• The gladdest day of all their year. Sat still apart, unmoved thereat, Ajplous elder brother sat Silent in his accustomed place With God's sweet peace upon his face. "Why sitt'at thou thus?" his brethren cried, "It is the blessed Ciariatmas tide Tiw Christmas lights are all aglow, The sacred lilies bud and blow. "Above our heads the joy-bells ring, Without the happy child renting, And all good creatures hail the morn On which the holy Christ was born! "Rejoice with i".s no more rebuke Oar gladness with thy quiet look." The gray monk answered: '-Keep, I pray, Even as ye list, the Lord's birthday. "Let heathen Yule fires flicker red Where thronged refectory feasts are spread With mystic play aud masque and mima And wait-coug speed trie holy time! "The blindest faith may haply save The Lord ...

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. — 21 December 1883

wfr 4 •r ^av^'V, ,. RINQ OUT.WILD BELLS. ALFEED TENNYSON. Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky, vhf cjoad, the frosty light The year i^dyipg in the night Ring out, wild bells, and let him die. Ring out the old, ring in the new, haPPy t! hells, across the show: Tae year is going, let bim go Ring out the felse* ling in the tiue. th®Fie/thftt ^P®th«mind, J1 H18 886 no more! Ring out the feud of rich and poor. Rmg in redress to all mankind. R'^ng out a slowly dyinx caase, And ancient forms of partv strife WTi0®*n n°Me modes of life, WJtii sweeter manners, purer laws. Ring out the want, the care, the sin, Tfce faithless coldness of the times r» 5s ring oufc ffiy mournful rhymes, But ring the fuller minstrel in. Ring oat false pride in place and blood, The civic slander and the spite R^ng in the love of truth and right, King in the common love of good. Rin^ out old shapas of foul disease Ring out the narrowing lust of gold Ring out the thousand wars ol old, Ring ia the thousand years of ...

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. — 21 December 1883

1! :-. 1 til 1 '.A -A&$ r^ .. "v**vi£»y«fe Mtiktirncfrm at^aR-ftew-poideu'whtoh, jfcbetiOttifWpearl set-in it -j£tOTli:$j^spriiJg^ ta^-fftll of tfes a 1 batoj set it tiotfti la-ihy vrtino myhoy, AnaJhope vtbaa r.uijrouehc'lt-wesr it Twa» a present tome 15 stri over the sea* Arwil loveti?tj tiuiMl thatJ?0£t*it: Bufrliy at her j•g»M-1»6'om 5ons- a^o. WhiettI was dltiii ydi gifcSvLi/r Kor ean I par? with a thin# near my heart? So IkCepttifjald#ut?h going. YouWll find but tfftrlst little jrold in that, An4 too iear! it* Ituc adorning1 But thought it errand when I took it in hand On iny thivtefcnrh birthday morning, And flay mother fastened a chain to its ring1, Aiif my sister added a locket: And Infcver felt feiuce so much like uprinoo As when first it went irito-jmfy pocket. My iMiwmte are iiead»,«nd niy sistec f-auk Where thelndian waves are iJowinpr: But the Hfiht of the pu^t shttU shino on to the last, So I keep the old watch going. ..- 2t is strange what oddities Fdrntstimcs wa...

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. — 28 December 1883

I Tiki I X' k- r.:v.-- VvM"'1 PROFESSIONAL' CARM Leyal, ssTliriFAS^ Attorney at Law, I/ITTLB FALLS, MIN^ A.F. STQKfiT. D. T. CA^ROtlS?. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINK. 5*. RICHARDSON, Atternsy and Counsellor at Law. Agent fot the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys *nJ »11s aid real estate, aad loarw money utme. Also has a lar^e .amount of choiae a«d town lots fot sale.* LITTLE-FALLS, MINK. ^Judicial* S. P. FU LLER, Justice of the Peace. LTTTLE FALLS* MINTff.' Official. ^iTDfLACHANCir" COUNTY AUDITOR. Will attend to pollections, pay taxes, Y«cleftro lands from tax sulffi, &c. in Mor­ rison And jutjoininff counties. Office at Clmirk Little Falls, Morrison £Vwnty, Minnesota. T/yTVT A 1ST PTGWVR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOnBISONVoCNTY, M^3S"X. Will ftirniflb Abstracts of Title, ray Taxes. Was Lands for fcnl?. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE, TLTTTL1 FALLS, MINN. LEO! HOEDE, •Clerk of the District Court. Seventh Judicial MORRISOK COUNTY, ...

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. — 28 December 1883

W,U. FULLER, Paublisj«r, L1TYTJ3 FA&ES, MINNESOTA. •:.' .J-1: •'.., CALENDAR, A*.}.-. ..J.. -1., fill- A-jg. {•&MM i) ,7 ft .»i Sl WIMSSiaiH 15 10 ITl»U-'U:2»i23Sii -War.n.J..!., .. -.1 lf 21 aU UU 7! 8(iSei. V.lO'llllS13,14 m'l 116 17 fern J$j»i avi^s: Ave. '.i5 0ct. r, 8) ion i2, -'1*14 irJWl7jl8 in yMti'WZiM 25 hi Isrira^aaj.. Bay-...:..!..!.. 1 2l ::,iXov. 4| 7| »-BjlOl Ji la 14ir,:io i7 l«.l«a»i21 .^,2 }l24 I i. #8 TSlg £!b SjC*i A\.5 I nha »ii 2P^?i JtSl-S S' liliilS 5| luljf. 12,! VI' »10-11 »iri546|!7!UH rSI ^^'341251^6: f37ij»a»iao ni-., \.:A oN I ia!l4'15 16 17 18j3£* #,2i:£JSi 34j25 28 !7:«8 'ii!!30.31j.. I •. ..I.. .. .. 2 »U 5 •«.? «0!llil2 13 Mjl5:l« IT'lR.WSOiaiSJlM 24.25!a6!37l28!29:30 'y 1 "J'^i 4 5j'tt 7l« ftilO ll 121.13 1411510! 17 18iJJ»i20 -1 \'£i]'£l 24,25:26'if» 28!5.'«:30 3! 4 10 17il8 •HiSft a a r, -«j 7 «!.fl 12} MH 15' 16 io 2o 2i 2a 23 :-'«,27!28!29 30 2 8 41 5 -0 0 10 ]lrJ2jl3 l«|l7|18|l'J 20 2:}:34 25 28 27 Ju 'ii 2 7 1» u'ls'lft 31i.. 3 7 8 14...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 28 December 1883

A DIB6S. mtb-tjaUid cheeks nod wringing JwtfU. And doaky garaeats sad and sere. The dretwy winds from Nortberfl lands Have come to sob at Autumn's bfo* Upon her robe oC brilliant dy*«, Behold, in chilly splendor licit The tribute of a frozen tear. Come, "Winter, come and drop ths pall That only thou know'sl how tospread In tender silence let it fill In flawless folds from foot to head Within our heart's moat sacred shrine, And guarded by a love divine. Chall live the memory of the dead! At the period of which I am writing I am •till a young man, and was practising success­ fully as a doctor in a town in the west of En­ gland—a tolerably large, busy county town which lieB near the borders of both Devonshire and Somersetshire. I was unmarried, and was living with an old housekeeper and one servant giri, who helped her by turns, now above stair*, now below, with complacent submis­ sion, because the semi-blindness and deafness of tho good lady made interviews with her true •wain, the bu...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 28 December 1883

'7 I i^r1 -J fv THE LITTLE Bring in your Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Bus to and ^trains, tfftr.ji.il hiuda of irijsl. Huatt, Sausages, Ham*. Lard, and everything us ually kept in a first class meat, market, constantly on hand. LITTLE FALLS. -KTN^. WeJBuy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and FarmJProduce And Pay the HIGHEST CASH I»R.ICBIS For the same. BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cask every time. We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TANNERS CHEAP CASH STORE Heady-made Clothing, .W. BERG, —DEALER IN— HEAVY ft SHELF HARDWARE, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, mm MPEOVED HOWE SCALE 8 aaedSashDo Suilcfing Paper? Glass, Putty,|Li me,! of Paris, Pl&steririg Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware made tojorder. Repairing promptly done. ERY Oa#h up, or no go! |%r th*Dandy Big in Town come to us. Cement, Plaster Horses Boarded drive 4m^M J1 S UftiU. ©EALKK IS STAPLE & FANCY AKDA FULL LINE ®F FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, TO...

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. — 28 December 1883

f- 'r fS rirawmTtf"- yn rt irr iw»v -vi Padfie Elevator prices. Thia f»roi«ra tought at dur stores clothing, grocer­ ies, etc. So crnr toerebants see the ad Vantfljce Of ifcilla, machine shops and factories.-—Brainerd Tribune. It is the same story }ii every town that has a flour roiil. A flwtir mill is an important factor in drawing trade to a town in a farming country, and it %lSo regulates the wheat market and isecurea a good price for Wheat. The 1auBine«» inen of Little Falls would do wejl to form a stock company, with a "capital of about $12,000, and iiuild a flour mill here with a capacity of from 75 to 100 barrels per day. The St. Cfcw&d lumbeimefi, in common ^with all the pine dealers ifc the State, will hot do the usual amount of work in the woods this winter on account of the 'overstocked market. Mr. N. P. Clarke, •who banked about forty million feet last ^winter, will not g*t out tobre than a half -or third aa much this Winter he has from 14 to 20 million scattered alo...

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. — 28 December 1883

I'," r. farming Paragraphs, Coal-tar when mixedwithabout one tenth part of air-Blaked limv makes a very good covering for a shingle roof. It should be made hot and tbe lime well stirred in and pot on with a brush. In hie report the governor makes the following estimate Of the number and value of cattle and sheep in Montana, in October, 1883: Number of cattle, 475, oOO, valued at 130 per head, $14,250,000 number of sheep, 7u0,000, value $3 per head. $21,000,000 number of horses, 90, 400, at $75 per head, value, $687,500. Twenty-live thousand head of imported breeds of.caitle have been brought into the territory this year, also some of the finest racing and trotting stock. A poultry-house should be large enough to be airy, but if it is kept strict ly clean and sweet it will do no harm to be somewhat crowded. A house 24 feet long, 10 f8et wide, 5 feet high behind and 8 feet in front, and having four roosting poles, all on a level and only a foot from the floor, will hold 60 to 80 fowls...

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. — 28 December 1883

I, i! $&*&&&. i.'f 1 Si'f?i HAND HIEE0GIYPffiC& A FemalePalmJst DUconi'leion Her Trade That Smackj of tlie-Mystn rtous. ClevelandHerald. Ohairvoyants and fortaae-tellera are ndaally untrustworthy persons* stuped in quackery and ready to toke advantage of the superstitions sidecf human tare. A renorter met foone fttiou. He got some very interesting matter for his pains. The woman, was enthusiastic on the subject, and claimed to be infallible. She grew, indignant when the reporter referred to palmistry as a pastime, and said: "No, sir! It is not a pastime, but a deep science, founded on principles created by Heav en. Show we a man or a woman's liaud and face, and 1 will tell you his or her nature and qualities." "Is it a difficult knowledge to mas­ ter?" "No comparatively easy, though time and experience render the work of the palmist truer ami more thorough." "Are therp fixed rules?" "Ye3, and they are not intricate ones, don's know but I am divulging my trade sec...

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. — 28 December 1883

if- i#: %tiroliJcef ^hotr lied tier protect $»«£ &S- peas* 'W» ico^W caim. 1%i de«h$: tfr owUrtte^^ v..^$$£fcu sl^wfch #.: •IselKMiaE^I .'«ei«l^'«i ^. tber Where the ends thetfefckJio ^mn£ loo«e 4t ^^^bai^lorm^ $!i«s niod •v «rn scarf is a frund iuent Ieviee for Mo* itig a scaled It* j» ttea^ bf a larger rag of fcjlk and* Hrgw bfc of paMebonrd to giveifcabape and back­ bone* •$'$#'a iccotoa to- the furaisHfti£ store and aerrea^at}^ tp onwtaflttt hi? show win­ dows Ofiteu, as thtti placed, it im­ pedes the progress of too quit© jowg xAAum hojourneys through tlie city m* li# os?» fettshies# vt tbat«*f hfcs em ploy«K, #fcc stopsio gaxeafc thennmer ous arrtiy and tty to iaake up his mind whfdh iliadc hcu&hall stofteet, I h* about the most troublesome Article worn by absent-minded professional orstudi6us men, who arc either above or below the vanities of dress, and who are too •Jaj&y. and sl^vexdy to adjust, it aright. Whereby, as: a cravat it may hang two Inches from jche th...

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. — 4 January 1884

1 I, 9 •v^. "J AMU -'ISS^ar librj ira, iimi FALLS, 4 ry i1 ,1'.-^ ji «w HOT. •T6KITT. fttlftUWCI. STOREY CAliHOUS, •TTORBZTS Offl«* *i tfeAp«*rit. ._-. .f If IRJOB^^ Jttterftty Agfii^Ur tfca,-' jw*U«n Bays Mi«Wlto wikl J«rijr imm. AIm bar a. «h«i«e -IMA and taw* loH $ff •ifA*'"''•?„:•• •. -.s...- LltTTtB -i-.l." ", 7'"— Justice of tti^fiftec. VitTlfLB FALLS, KINy, XofL A0HANC|5 "Will attend to ?olle.ction»^«wyv LI'i ^LEfFALLS'i Ifitotv. A. PHYSICIAN AHD SUB6S8H. wm •|iromKi|^ fAti^••$$. jP^tolWM^ I) f„... tT. 8. PeB«^.i»y3l*«m1^in^,^aTjR60^ QffitesJ LITTT IS FAIiLg^ SfTNN. c"1 ,. .4 6. A. Graduate of ytfetfesiA I"r Office aiCfoi^s'iMi LITT^fi FALLS. "WiH attend or iiipbC A ipPcinVty W »f fiKlsery, andj aliio ©bstetric«. no Piwwi ll/ljrCWY j!-- LtTTLB Oificc bour»~9 Br. E. iV .r M- TAK1&. f,.f to 12 «. m. •y*."-'1'"'"'" 1 Physician i\C' .5*'. 't »"'^"".^ SproiaUyT MrltiKKna ftflil floor Taaner's itore^ Little x& Jial^--:-,,:v-'•- »y- -va DB.C. 5 •Si'' .«*i. null it.i».^\-..l'...

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. — 4 January 1884

•*j 1 •H- H: M. FULLER, Pnublisner. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. A. letter "from Portland. Oregon, says: December there was like April and May ia Minnesota, and Dakota. Plenty of •rain but mild temrer^are mjtk r-s %T" ev Baildingrettittis •large plpci^in the c^ntryj|i8how ^n 1882 the indications fromi ihe pifice and Sup­ ply of building material are that the fooom in bailding is over and its effects •on wages and all lorrns ef-buildine sup­ plies uiust be immediate and lasting. Lumber, Kails, glass, -everything will rule cheaper this year than the Jast. Na^hville/Tenn.us enjoying gr6at^r09 perity. T?he amount expended for build iugii exceeds any previous year,and new iqanuf^cturing $§tp]blfehinents eye ooitstan tly^sfcaried and all are filled with orders.1 NO bnsinesirkuittre ©f any con sequence has occurred in Nashville dur­ ing the year, The trade, both whole­ sale and retail, baa been better than usual, and collections iu some instances are unusually aood. Sergeant Mason has been off...

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. — 4 January 1884

THE DAY WHEN CHRIST WAS BORN. B3n« Matrons held risrbt merry cheer lo bonor of the Ohristmas-tide At X«acltri and on everv side Hia courtmen and good bonders aat. Tboro aa tolk.taiked of this and thai* And drank. and all were blithe enow, Amid.the driftiue of the anow, And howling of the wind without, Wit^m the porch folk heard a ahoot. And ^penhisr of the outer door: Then 00# came in, who to the floor Caat down the weizht of snow, and stood Undoing of his far lined hood And mattering in his beard the while. The kiog gazed on him with a smile, Then aaid at laut. "What ia It then?" Art thon called one of my good men* And art thoa of the conatry-alde, Or haat thou mayhap wahdered wide? Come, sit thee down, and eat and drink, And yet thoa hast some news, I think." The man said, "News from over sea. Of Mary and the Trinity And goodman Joseph, do I brine Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, 0 King!" Inward he atalked on, therewithal, Bet stopped amidmost of the hail. And caat to earth bis cloak and h...

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. — 4 January 1884

mil'juif•iimiini'* «K LITTLE Bring in your IftshDoe *US to and all train*. Alt 'AfeMM Vi JfWM* Meat*, 3awa«es, *ains. Lard, end wwyteing t» aalljr *»pt faa fimefcuai BM Mfket, 6BWrt*nlly oa hand. LVTTLB FALM, MINN. We^Buy all Kinds of Meats and Farm|Produce And Pay the For the same. BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & 00. AT A. TANNERS HE AP CASH STORE 3)ry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Beady-made Clothing: vJ W. BERG, —DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARD, AH kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, MPEOVED HOWE SCALE 8 siding Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON, STEELand COAL, Tin, Comxr «Kt aUaetlron W«re made (o order. Repairina promptly dooe. ^msB=mSSBSS ^^BessssssB!a^^aex EKY Horses Boarded by th ay or: drive slow up, oi*nogo! V.r tba Dandy Rig in Town come to ub. N&um BTAPLtf A I ANCY AND A FULL LIME OF FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, TOBAOOO AND CIGARS. I* Best stock o...

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. — 4 January 1884

Arrestedfar Burglary. On Monday last Tom Poland, who bait been livingnear Lafond stationin this county for about two.yeaWwus ar reitedby Sheriff D#Mapf Todtlcouuty, on achargc of committing a burlgary, tiear tEttii CIaire, Wis., some time, ago. The sheriff was accompanied by a de-j tcctiSre who basbeen workin# -case for a Ion? time It was desired to arrest a brother of the prisoner, who lives near Lafond,' and is supposed to be implicated in the crime, but he was warned by some one,in time to escape./| The prisoner was immediately taken to Wis. His family is left in destitute circumstances. Wanted, 99 Men Till spring at the Vasaly H»a«, Re­ duction from $2 to $ 1.50 per day. A good square meal for 25 cents. Full satisfaction guaranteed tw no pay. L. VASALY. JHSAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. JtaHowing are tbe rwal estate transfers in Morrison county during the past Wwiife* $s furnished by Registar of aiifcifoiffi. Jas. H^j^ruce'sod wife to Fayette Marsh, of n**4 sec. 18, tow*. 40, range 28 .$ ...

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. — 4 January 1884

i1- r"-f-fcftmfcMMMMBINMv^- ..'••v Ill m-: r% "V $u & v?!- I I. V?'VI MISS BlVI5eT03»'. ^|*t is for each women I would possess noltifiE chivalry nor mercy. A. woman who Jibe effect of every intonaion, every |,'jvery glmce—who trades upon h#t ij- and roan's weakness as the pas*ibfc Bona en pf an hour—whose self j/ofrey it sole duty.w was a harsh crili'cistR, and Horace itar*e voice unconsciously hardened a? iittered it. It war to bi$ haneee that he to. Perhaps to another ho would havr mere guarded bat there wawnojoften ii) Ms handsome face, as he lookra down jxrhia splendid height to the slight, girl figure, who laid one little hand plead J\v on his ann. «^fou ere unjust to Maude, Horace," sht "it is not like your usual judgment Cornea. Did I not know you better, 1 ild say you alcnost feared the power ruthlessly condemn." sJNo, darling. I dospise Maude EiviDg as a woman unworthy her womanhood jSvoman who seems to rae, in tin \xigeV incongruous friend-hip between like eotne gcrgoo...

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. — 4 January 1884

STATE NEWS CONDENSED. Minnesota. State Educational Asso­ ciation. A. large number of school superintend­ ents, principils and teachers from all parts of Miunrboti assembled in Minneapolis last week to attend tha»eia:ht anaual con­ vention of the Minneaot* iaratfonal As­ sociation. At the opening of the meetings Prof. B. F. Knerr Minneapolis preddad. Addresses wefe delivered b? Rev. D/. Sam pie, Bishop jfoas, and Hon. T. W. Bicknell of Boston, president of tbe National E ipc* tional a?8or,iirion. Superintendent B. Wright of Sr. I'iul p»v.a an account at the meeting of the National Eincation^l association at Saratoga Springs last July. Prof. Cook, superintendent of schools of 01 mated county, read a naper upon the «vii eflec a ot tba vicious literature published and circulate among the chil­ dren. snrh as the Da/a Doings. Jfrof. Niles of, 0 meted county moved that a committee of tbree be appointed to act as a medium of communication between teach­ ers desiring situations and.principal...

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