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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 4 January 1884

W-* SIS': •'•'•-W- SI? If tp t&: '••riSiRvh:. i\(" •4K/ te-5'6' IP- Hit#:*: ix ii Mill The h«it: &frra.ot the a&ernoon axt& fctretmseti faro thedin/nv crowded wait- rwoin, ami seemed fco eoncetttrate {is &L?& in ihe tiay cttC^iwPfr in th corner #mch1 seized ftjf tlar telegrapfc ©Uice. It was hoW diwty, and vmcorafortable, *uad the apifltfc of the little operator Were At tbo lowest ebb. She was ho tired of if all, tired of the poise said confusion, and the staring, umuaBftetly erowdj tired even of the fceasefess clat­ ter of the iD.stramenta that sXe had once thought so musical. '•Where are vour blanks?'' said a cheery, little voice at the little receiv­ ing window. "Oh, I beg pardon, here they are!" And then & moment later "What befcftly pens you telegraph peo pie always have! Do you buy up all the defunct pens of the public schools tor the use of your patrons?" She raised her head impatiently, and encountered a pair of mischievous brown eyes, that weru r...

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. — 11 January 1884

V^- ffiWSf l& Wi VOL. 8- PROFESSIONAL' CARDS. Lejjal. 3E. H. FABIHAM, Atterncy at Law*. LiTTLE FALLS, MINX. •A. F, STOttKY. D. T, CALHOUN. STOREY. & CALHOjCN' ATTORNEYS AT I.AW. Office at the Comt House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent'for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells1reali estate, and loans money same. Also has a large amount ol ehaiee laud and town lots tor fale. LITTLE FALL4*, WINN. •TT1 U.Jf Juli?inl S. P. FULLER, Justice of the Peace. LTTTLE FALLS, MINN. Oflioial. dTiTachance, COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to collections, pay taxes, TetWm lands fYonvtnx shIps, &c. in Mor rtfonflnfl adjoininir conntiei?. Court Hon?e, Little *o«nty, MinneROta. R. J. BATZER, COUNTY KIIKVEYPB Will locate lan^s. pnj taxes, ard al t+ncl to-all business in that line prompt ly. Eefemi.cos given •\vhen"requ?red. i»oYAi:rox, MIM. Modicjil. A. 3. McMMSIS, MID.. 77/ y,S7 JJl*" *•'$:% mMf Palls, Morrison XVWA"W 5?TG"WOT?.. REGIST...

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. — 11 January 1884

i'' n*HrniwlJ ?i5 H, V& &M |i IS f/r -rst- .*• .V i- i'&i :'.& rj! ', -f ti W ii fc fev -r II fettle tetwmjrt fi .s. it* W. U. FULLER, Puublwbe?. LITTLE FALt& MINN®S0T£. ,!' „l0» 1,1' ', S=g, Tbe c&aitnwn of the committee on public land asserts that over 100,000,000 ijaeneas of Ift' hfta been forfeited to the government on account of tbo failure 6( railroad companies to build roads ac­ cording to the terms of the land grant acts. In some caaes not a mile of road has been built. Forfeiture in such cases is unfortunately demanded,. As a remedy for divorce and for breach-of-pro mise suits, it is suggested by ^contemporary thatall marnage con­ tracts hereafter be reduced to writing, and, "sealed, signed an& delivered" in the the presence of witnesses. This i« reducing matrimony to a business basis, "which corresponds with *'the most ad­ vanced view" of the subject, and if it is to be adopted it would be well enough not only io have witnesses to the written co...

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. — 11 January 1884

watcl1 da sheep on de plain of rJL times 1$ come.) :'?SSrSS^:at^ A RECOLLECTION OF •swinging 8tar dat went *•»,... »i times is come.) ^eyteawopoa desheppnd crooks a-shadin* ob der •, (Orismnttimes 1scome.) as aey Ieoow de ean ob glory was a gwine for to ., me, tCmmns timesls come.) walk wid (tar heads ben' low ®WT hear a ban* o* music like deynebber near befo', An'de ahgei* come a eingiu* wid de stars in der ban a ....... An* dec flamin' wings a-shinin' cn de he&thun Ws. n. De kings of de erf woke up dat night, (Crismus times is come.) air aer crowns look shabbx in de ballyluyer light, •b (Ciiamus times is come.) oat a© po tnaa riz en tack his o!e bat down, (Criamus times is come,) Anrolt look so fine dat be fought it wer a crown, a. (Crismua times is coma) Ole Jordan rojl high en ole Jordan roll low, Aa^de star stood still what de folk* had to go An de angels daw aw.iy agin, a-Jeavia" after dem A blase roadfrom Judi to de new Jerusalem. XtL ,$,en pile on de light 'ood en set ar...

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. — 11 January 1884

It !i .*.• ."'r in your to and A i.}-.' trams. "life forth® $9 AT A. TANNERS CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, '0 Wt- Lard, afcd, «rMry«4Hftg sally kwpt in flr*t«||i*.n^ meat macket, constant rottKa»id.' 1 fciTTMS frALLS, WINN We^Buy. all Kinds of Dressed Meats and FarmTroduce And Pay the CASH: PRICES For the same BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. want to see you. J. P. SMITH & 00, Ready-made Clothing J.W. BERG 3 —DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, mm MPROVEU HOWE SCALE S :L- Building Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris* Plastering Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper'and Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairwig promptly done, imm JAM Horses Boarded drive slow I no go! in Town come to us. --r -£i" rM+ltfiit'**-- ST#PL£* FANCY AJ5D A PIIU, LIKEOF FRUITS, TOBACCO AND 1GARS .Beat stock of Cigars in town. Choicest brands of Tobacco. Arctic Soda Water Always on'Dr...

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. — 11 January 1884

•v '0 ^t€tsP.-ifi^-^': 'K ih '*?%&£„ •-, -', V- as ®S3f?S folloWBl The report of,$..-.A. Chwri hiilv vil* la^treauy rer, was accepted. On mo­ tion^ the treasurer's bond for the en aaingyear w^lised at $500. Liquor licenses in thfc village of Little Falls •were fixed at $100. The bdnds of the E. H. Farnham wa« wppoinfced vil­ lage attorney for -the ensuing year. Peter L*»nav was appointed village marshal for the env'ting year. On mo­ tion the salary of J.- W. Close village recorder was fixed at $100 for the en twins year. Meeting adjourned. Last evening the business transacted was as follows: *On motion the bond of Mary Gross for selling liqnor was accepted. The bond of O. A. Churchill, village treas­ urer. was accepted. On motion the County Officers' Reports. The register of deeds and sheriff made their itemized reports of their income for 1883 to the county commis­ sioners last week, and the following is "talcen from them: REGISTERS REPORT. Income $1,535 32 No. of instruments r...

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. — 11 January 1884

1 I •. ft PENITENTIAl*. sn», We shall Jive to mjkWt Prithee heed, loir«vruy warning--' If we marry in Lent, We shall iive to repent. For if I should consent, The old proverb's truth scorning. We should live to repent. Prithee heed, love, my warning. HB. Bat since all should repent, Let's repent, lovg, together. It is properdoSLerit That we all should repent. Nay, then. sweetbeagfc, consent, la this sad Lenten weather Since we all should repent Let's repent, love, together! --Eleanor Pufrnaan in Boston Courier. "A LO VE OF A BONNET," "Oh, I want to go! I want to go so mnchj" said Ella Haskell to herself. "And to think"tbat I must stay at home 'just for want of a bonnet! It is too bad. I declare it is. I might just as well bought one last week wben I went to town, bnt I thought the fashions were not settled yet. I can't wear black vel­ vet with blue musiin. And it's the nicest picnic we've had. Oh, dear!" "A. letter,.Till! I've been to the post office to get 'em. And rice and raisins ...

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. — 11 January 1884

I 1 *5dN APRtli MORNING. RS^tmorning wbwi 1 «woke. I heard sweet clatter ofa bird Windovr/ ^liere so long kC*^*»iflse«I tue mudc of the song j.vjyifrt filled last summer with flattest, 7^- Ww a Sudden, arrowy flight A^fiash of blue that sosr sod-jsiDgs. hit of QEeaveu itself on wings* ^The bluebirds has come back, I cried, ri "ttng the window open wide leaned across the mosay sill, And heard toe laoghiug little rill, i.\*hat comes bat once a year, and stays £{"*6ugh the brief round ox April days Then, when its banks with bloom are I bright, It seems to vanish in a night. "PAPA'S QLD PET." BY KATE WINDSOB. The parlors of a private residence in the suburbs of Newton time, 9 o'clock. Two gentlemen, evidently friends, are seated before the open grate, in which a coal fire is burning brightly. Ever and anon they lean forward in their easy chairs and extend their hands, as if to grasp more of the generous warmth which is already penetrating to every corner of the cozy apartment. Both are ...

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. — 11 January 1884

"(T i-f *rfei '§b if lis $ TTOCTTTf ik&Ji i. "i ,.,,, •Tou urraymock her, and scorn her, you'H not Pftbmit „, JJ-'o fashion** tyrannical? and that you 11 Tour wh-S anrt daughter*, nnd younflr men tojollow in theif trajn, WHO bead *bc knee to Fashion, ana hare "style upon tlic hmin." Tut, tut, npw, Mr. Vvgyl—you know ft MrlU notdcT ,. Would you rettr the hat upon your bona 7°w wore ten years syrt Or would i'm w» arihc Hat in vest you tkougBt veiy fine When Antreiion, kmgr pf* w? »oad, onec-plcdjped. her troth to thine? ©r would yon have your present wife, who dreiwes with Ptich JiecJced in hrr jrran i!Hi's rfclvet gown that hftf so little wHist'f And would you have'yvtii' boys and girts, tho pride of their pupa, Look like the old-tutu.' lliaaiftitilf picture—a horror to -The Judge. Characters irt Glotfces. A writer in the Washington Capital observes: There is an oil saw which, I "believe, says: "Show me the com­ pany you ketfp and I'll tell you who you are.-!' Weil, now, I should...

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. — 18 January 1884

VOL. 8- PROFESSIONAL' CARDS. LejfjiL E. If. FABNH1I, Attorney at Law, KITTLE FALLS, MINK. A. F. STOitKY. D. T. CALHOUN. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office ut the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. AgentTor the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and stalls rtnl estate, «nd loans money cun same. Also has a large s. tttpio.uut land and town lots for sale. LJTTLK FALL?. MTNN. of thwiee pTfdller, Justice of the Peace. LTTTLT2 FALLS, MINN. Oil* J/D. I.AC^HANC COUNTY AUDITOR Will attend to collections, pay bixe*, redeem bind* from tax "iib's, &e. in M«*r TiHOll and iuljoininsr counties. Office at •Court. FTonf.», Little Falls, Morrison •bounty. Minnesota. TV vr A *^7 .^7 I' REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOIMMFON C'OUKTY, MJUN. Will fun.i.sh Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes.' Has Lnn for Pale. OF FICE AT COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALL*?, MTNN Lkitfll JLUbi/lU, Clork of the District Court. •Seventh Judicial Pi^trk-t. MOKTITSON C'Ol.'JS'TV, M! NX...

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. — 18 January 1884

iiVvi & A A ,.r «t --i: m\.: W. M. FULLER, Puublishef. LgTTtS FALLS, MINNESOTA. The late cold snap is everywhere called unprecedented, but it is not, People^are apt to forget and probabiy it is just as well to forget unpleasant ex­ periences. The aggregate lire losses in the Uni­ ted States for the year 1883 were $103, 000,000. There were ,196 fires where the losses exceeded $100,000, The De­ cember fire record shows an aggregate loss of $11,000 000. The fire loss of 1883 was the heaviest, excepting in 1871 and 1872, the year of the Chicago and Bos­ ton lire. It is classed by those who have given the subject much attention that at best 80 per cent, of this loss might not have occurred but for carelessness of one sort or another. At a dinner of Boston merchants the other day, Senator Moar yividly presen­ ted the marvelous growth in business and increase in wealta of the United States. He said what few Americans have ever thought that our accretions were such tiiatSlr^ry morning t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 18 January 1884

"V *k lj fi 1 ®irne History of the Negotiations JFor and $ .* Final Becevery of the Stolen Body of the Dead Millionaire. A Good Word for Yillard, With Pleasant fEerainiscenee of the Day? When He was aPoor War Correspondent. A Notable Autograph Album, With a Number of Charming Extracts Therefrom—The­ atrical and Other Gogsip. KKW YOBK, Special Correspondence, Jan. 3. —-The real facte about the body of A. T. Stewart have been purposely withheld, and various stories have been given, to the local papers here to satisfy the curiosity of their read era Two of the chief of these papers have alleged within the last two months that it ha* never been recovered from the thieves who stole it from the vault on that dark night five years ago. am able to-day to giVe the true story for the first time, and on high authority. The restless remains of the millionaire were recovered more than two year's ago, and for a year they have re­ posed tinder the cathedral at Garden City, in a special vault so co...

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. — 18 January 1884

i! a -T-1 fv|: ?V' .. I'I P, ffiw &*& AU KtUlU ut S«u«N¥C3, Etams, iiipfl/aiid Wv'rytiitng us­ ually fcepjtin a flm class meat ftiarket, constantly -on hand. LITTLE FALLS. MINN. WeBny all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the XZZG'SnsST CASH PRICES For the same. your BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & 00. ATA .TANNERS CHEAP CASH STORE Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, in Ready-made Clothing J.W.BERG, DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, wmm MPEOVED HOWE SC^-L JS .i~. BuHdingA P&pe4 JJIUVSS,- Putty» Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Wnrefiuade toor/ler., Repairing promptly done,. STAPLES Bus Horses to and Boarded from all traing. ll(jp^jg^^^^lday JPorthe Dandy Rig in Town copie to us. prweek &TAPL0& FANCiT v. AND A FULIrLIN E OF FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, TOBAOOO AND IGARS....

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. — 18 January 1884

to-* 1 "f I •f II ILL 4 ^r?'T^s^^T"a'"'' 4%, v/%* l" .*?•: f-• •f% .h' iSsftF ?T* ',v awr f- V% ~r' ^*'5 BOILD A FLOUR MILL. it Would be of Injmewse VaHte to #ie Tow ii and a Good Investment. MANY TOO FOLLOW IF AY ONB Wlliii LEAD The withdrawal from this market of •a great portion of the wheat business (and accompanying mercantile busi­ ness) which is directly tributary to Little Falls has set the busing men of this place to considering how they •conId regain it. The general opinion «eem« to be that the building of a» flour mill would accomplish the result desired in the most satisfactory man­ ner. It would make a first class mar­ ket for wheat at this piace, and also ^compel the elevator to give good grades and prices. All of the business men in town Whom we have heard express them­ selves are willing to aid the enter­ prise. If any of our leading business men would call a meeting of those who are willing to assist in this enterprise, or visit them with a subscription pa­ per, we a...

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. — 18 January 1884

i'A*j f" Abandonment of Norfolk Navy Yard —A Broken Fletlgeand a Cowardly Act—The Finest Navy Yard in tbe "World Given to the Flames. Detroit Free Press. There were dozeu of reasons why the Federal Government should hare held on to Norfolk navyard, and not one sin* gle solid reason why it should have been abandoned as it was. On the 19 th of April, 1861, that yard was one of the finest in the world. On the morning of the 20th it was a scene of such desola­ tion as men look upon bat once in a life­ time. The Government had spent mil­ lions of dollars in machinery and build­ ings and appliances, and the yard was fall of cannon, anchors, cables, shot and other material almost worth their weight in gold just on the outbreak of a war. Virginia had seceded, and many gov ernment posts in the south had been taken possession of in the name of the confederacy. Every citizen north and south knew that war was coming like a billow of flame, but the volcano nad not fairly hurst forth. There were ...

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. — 18 January 1884

$ GONE BOT NOT JLOST. The Romantic Dova Story of a Halle I' lujatl liiiss, in Which the Salvation Army Flayed a Part. At 7 o'clock Wednesday evening last a quiet wedding was celebrated in the par I lor of Reid's hotel. The interested* par* I ties were 'Robert ^McCulJough, of Ceci} county, Maryland, and Annie E. Price o- Hancock, Washington,county. Kev. Dr« JVS. B. Hodges performed the ceromony and early yesterday morning the newly-married pair left for their nevs hotne in Cecil county. There is a little history connected with the courtship and •narrifts?« of *he ronple which wiU prove Interesting. The bride and groom where acquainted in childhood's happy hours, and their friendship at that early stage was fast and strong. They separated years ago, and each went their way. The groom occupied himselt with farming, and spent his days in tilling the land, paying an occasional visit to this city About one ye tr ago he chanced to run across the "friend of his childhood in, Baltimore, ant ...

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. — 18 January 1884

il to fe^'l What Mifcthew Artfpiid said -to a New York rfcjr&rter was ttefcsi to ,4I was just flunking how my lecture on edtieav tlon\votild taWVith New York ais itience. I can't get over the idea that lecture the sulgisct w^l be 4 great bore to tab# average American, Hnv fog lived the 2TO{*fcei* Part' iny life *jaiong the schools I begin to fancy tfiat other peqj:te "may not regard the foata^of education as of sucli vast, im­ portance. What do yon think?' When we speak of-the American people oa the other sid« we it.ro apt to picture in' •Our minds agnation bent almost entire­ ly upon njrddrig .i»onevv This foay tyi a great mistake, ttf&d I hope .i.fc b. l*hea.: I am a little anxio&s about my English brogue and acee at. They sy that Mr. JTroude's brogue wpjs him-when he was here. You know I am* not Much used to lecturin-r, and although I am convinced that what I have to say Will be all right. 1 am a little anxious about the way of speaking it, and yet some very intellige...

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. — 25 January 1884

PROFESSlGNALf'OARDS. 33, II. Attorney at Law, bITTLE FALLS, MINN. A.V. STOKKY. I). T. CAiaiOlTN. STOREY CALHOUN, ATTOEHEYS AT 1AW. Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. nTbichardson, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. A'_reru"for the American A jt iicv & Collection Co. liuys and sells real citato, fiwd loans rr-ouev sioiu Ab'O 1ms a large amount'of thofce iiinii mid'urivn lots for mie. T.'iTTLE FALL55. MIVN.' S. P. FO LLER, Justice of the Peace. LITTLE FALLS, ?.TTNJT. OflioiaJ. ""jTDTLACHANCEr^ COUNTY AUDITOR. attend to o^Upctions, pay taxes, redeem hinds from tax jsnles, &e. in Mor­ rison and adjoin imf c»unt.u-«. Ofilop at (loint FIoiwo, Little Falls, Morrison {"ourtv. Minnesota. T-VTV?" A"&T ?.TT5."Kr^T» REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOK.IUSON COUNTY, Win furnish Abstracts of Title.. Fay Taxe*\ Has [.aru':s for Sale. office at comrr house. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. Clerk of the District Court. ?evm1h .T-.ulioi.'tl District.. MOTlRlfiON COUNTY, MINX, •ftTr FntrseV of J-1ome*teNCt...

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. — 25 January 1884

,rv W. M. "'~V}r tibe tiofoesc wmm :-r-stim,-. :. FULLER, Puablisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA.. 35C5 WTB OF THE NEWS. Wasnioarton News Notes., Ex-Speaker Keiferbesfeeen before-a coca mifctee to be examined regarding the caudal of his appointments a nephew as house atsn« ographer after congress adjonxned last March The nephew has drawn $3{B50 and done no work, and now asks tor month's extra pay. The committee OH accounts is investi­ gating the manner and legality of this ap­ pointment. The annual report of Ad}t. Gen. Elliot hows the, present Btrength of the Illinois' National*guard to be 4,847 men and offi­ cers. There are-369 commissioned officers, 114 musicians, and 3,676 privates. Mr.SNelaon introduced a bill to author­ ize tbe St. GUud Water Power company to build a dam across the Mississippi river at St. G^ud, Miun. Post masters commissioned—Thomas D. Edwards, Lead City, Dak. Seth M.-Laird, Pierre, Dak. Mathias Fraoziscus, Blakely, Minn. Judge ^McCrary thinks McMillan would acee...

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. — 25 January 1884

..'•-.r.:. w,' lr, »«. .. W i, TE® #BMAN PATHEjRIiAM» tie jttey«ie«of *n Amerle&n, yraah from the Toatbfal NorthwesVas He Wanders AboutHistoric Towns, The Germans as Hero-Worshippers, and the Modem Military Expression of thL» Characteristic. A PaauHse of Honesty and Fair Dealing, Where Even Hackmen Forbear to Take Advantage of the Tenderfoot. Vienna, Editorial Correspondence, Bee. 20. —Having spent some two months in Ger­ many, divided successively in unequal peri­ ods between Munich, Nuremberg, Bamberg, Leipjio and Dresden, I ought to be qualified— Ifl am as keen-sighted a traveler as the Eng­ lishman whoee observations from tlie window of a sleeping: car in a night express train from New York to Boston enabled him to write a thrilling book about'America—to tell all about Germany—-or, at least, to tell you something new*and interesting about it. But I am not going to fall into the common mis­ take of supposing that what is new and in­ teresting to me in these old places and sce...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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