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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 23 May 1884

A I I Dry Goods, *t ?V- LITTLE FALLS MEAT MARKET 49b- Ail kinds of Fresh Meats, Sausages, Hams. Lard, and everything us­ ually kept in a first class meat market, constantly on hand. LITTLE FALLS, MINN We Buy all Kinds of Pressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the HIGHEST CASH PRICES For the same. Bring in your BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. d. P-SMiTH & CO. AT A. TANER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes, Ready-made Clothing J. W.BERG DEALER* IN— HEAVY &' SHELF^HARD WARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, IMPROVED HOWE SO^LiSS in? .ipsr, Qla«s, Putty, Lime, Cement,Plaster •f Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON/ STEEL and CO AL, Al Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron War e^made to^order. Repairing projnptly done. LiTTLEFALiSLTJMBBECO Me ufactnier of and dealer hi |t)ngli atid Dresstdrall kinds, JErfitltj Shingles, Pickets, Sash, JAMES DKALBR KT- STAVLjG & FANCY AND A FULL LINE OF FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO _A...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 23 May 1884

lt»i A cAi ?f/4' utH" GLQftIOU8 FOUftfH 1 IT WILL BK rBOVSKLT CELEBB.\TKD IX UT" TFTE JFALL8. ThoSe whosupposed that Little Falls wasn't going to have a grand celebra­ tion the coming Fourth of'July willi aeon discover their mistake* The Ex -ceisior Cornet band hascnjjagwd th,e roller rink for that day ^wid will give a grand dinner, concert, dance arid -•supper. The details of the-celebration wni not be arranged for some time, bat tho band has determined to have the biggest kind of a time. Citizens ^should assist them liberally when .called upon. The Roller Rink. C. M, Benlinm was in town on Tues­ day aad expects thai be will open tbe rollerskatin? rink iu leas than two weeks. As will be seem by an item elsewhere, there will be a grand dauce on the open* iag nigtat, and a lnr»e attendance irorn neighboring towns is assured, both to the skating which will occupy the first part of the eveniug, and the dauce which will be continued during the nfght. The risk 1# to havw a removable stag...

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. — 23 May 1884

I! ft IS IgW-* JAv-4 1 1 1 »t mm eye. From Temple Bar. Martha Holden was the prettiest maid iu North Hants. Who shall say it? Bat who am I to describe her "Aon* Fatty be vine enuff to be a 3aady born !M was the of fcspoken thought -of her father and mother—the one un­ der gardener the other ex-laundry maid at the "Great Souse." ain 9 And, mire enough, Patty, according to the wiseacres, had for sometime been in a fair way to have her head turned 4y «o many admirers. A nod and a chuck under the chin from the young "squire and a "Waal, she beant noo!" from John Brown 'the grizzled old earth stopper, as he «&w her whisk across the court yard, were perhaps the highest and lowest rgraduations of admiration directly ex 3»res«ed. But even "The Squire" him -£elf had been heard to say to "My La ndy j*1 "Egad, Jane, that Holden girl is •devilish pretty!" And every farmer and •farmers l*y, whip and groom, keeper •tod poacher, within ten miles of the Oreafc House, was worshipping, or had wor...

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 May 1884

J'f H. M. Carpenter, of Minneapolis, lias paid up a large amount of back taxes on his quarry lands at Pipestone whose ti tie was clouded by the Indians who claim that they were in their reserva­ tion, and proposes to form, a large stock company to work them. H. J. Boeenberger of St. Cloud, president of, the State Fire association, has appointed the following committees for the ensuing year: Executive Com .mitteo—George"W. Freeman, St. Paul J, M/Rosenberger,Sk Cloud, and F. JE, Joy, Stillwater. Committee on Topices—W. M. Brackets Minneapolis "W. E. Hawkins, Bed Wing O, L. Cutter, Auoka. Committee on Legis­ lation—William Llewellyn, Bed Wing W. J. Whipple, Winona Charles Bis son, Henderson J. J. Bond, Albert Lea John Coates, St. Cloud. Befer ence Committee—A. W. Fohrman, Winona J. S. Kunsman, Shakopee I». W. Noqles, Oiiaska H. P.Line. Faribault N. Kranz, Hastings. Fred Wachsmith of Moorhead, who for some -time past had been manager oi John Erickson'B brewery, committed suicide by shoo...

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 May 1884

llsfw- J' «S?5 fV. i* 1 '"t s. -T?W4 fhe 5fb*mm* Doctrine of F^jr|imf. Mrs. Helen Jackson writes in the Slay Century of "The Women of the Bee-Hive," and eays in part "The doctrine, to be completely studied, must be considered botii from the tnan'a point of view nnd the woman's, the two being, for many reasons, not identical. Bat it is ihe Roman's view ci it, her belief nml position in regard to it, which arc moi*t misrepresented And misunderstood by the world- If the truth were known, there would bo few persons in whoso minds wonhf be any sentiment except profound pity for the Mormon woman—pity, moreover, intensified by admiration. There has never been a CIJISS 14 'Of course, it is nothing but selfish­ ness in us which makes this torture. And if we were wholly Christians and good Mormons, we should rise above that selfishness, and never have any jealousy or pain lui it is born in all of us, and there is no getting free from it. 'We know that wo are committing nin every time we have ...

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 May 1884

'•v ... I if yoi.8- HEII.Ill J. ..gBWSB PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Leffal. E. H.FAMHAM, Attorney at'law. LITTLE FALLS, MINK. A.V. STORBY. D. T. CALHOtJN. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. EICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for tfe« American Agency dc Collection Co. Boyi acd aelta t««l eatate, and loe.n» money aa ««ue. Abo baa a largo amount of clietoe Itwd tori town lota for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINK. C. A. LL3»»B*TtaH. L. W, BJUA /fe BTLt^ ATTOBJiElfB AT LAW Office In Dr. flimiBOTu' ibrwer offic*. LITTI^E FALS, .... MIKM. Offloial. J. D. LACHANOE. COUNTY AUDITOR. Will attend to collections, pay taxea, T«d««ni If.Tids from tax sales, Ac. in Mor­ rison a^d adjoining eountiej. Office &t Court Hftvisr, Little Falls, Morrison County, MinwiPota. LYMAN SIGNOU, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORHTfiOIf COUKT7, MINN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxea. Stan lauds for Sale. OFiHCK AT COVS.T HOUSE. LITTLE FALLS, MIHN. LM IIOCDB, €...

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. — 30 May 1884

/ittle 4[iiilG feusmjit W. M. FULLI3K, Puublisliw. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA There has never been a time in th« history, of the world when it cost as littli to exchange commodities between di& taut countries as now, Competition hftf cut down not only transportation but transfer charges and commission to th« smallest possible point, and labor-say­ ing devices and improved machinery have made that point very low indeed "Wheat is now being slipped from New York to Liverpool at one and a hall cents a bushel, and sixty pounds o! grain can be sent from Chicag3 to Eu­ rope for about twelve cents. It is th local charges alono which seem to high at the present time, as contrasted with t.lie "long hauls." The great quantity of money lying idle and seeking a safe investment at fair rates is shown by the eagerness witl which the row railroad loan of Russia has been snapped up. "Russia's credit is not the best in the world,, by anj moans, though it has greatly improved of late years, but for a...

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 May 1884

UM AND HOUSEHOLD. Farming Paragraphs. Mrs. A. Bradish, Frodonia, N. Y., reports an asparagus bed "at least seventy yoars old," find still yielding abundantly. A doctor who has investigated cases of poisoning by canned provisions, re­ ports that they were duo to "'muriate of zinc and muriate of tin," and that use ot' this "dangerous amalgam must be abandoned." It is said that the number of horses in the United States is now over 11.000, 000. Two-thirds of tho.se are draft or general purpose horses and one-third are used for pleasure driving. If garden seeds, "when planted in the spring, aro firmly pressed when under the earth bv the ball of the foot they will almost invariably grow, drought or no drought, and, wlmt is just as im­ portant, they will spiing up earlier and grow faster th.ui any of their kind which have not received the same treatment. If troubled with cut-worms, don't neglect to roll a piece of paper (any kind will answer) about the stems of the tomato and ca'nlcige pla...

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. — 30 May 1884

V:. ,4- ii 'iw/t Dry Goods, LITTLE FALLS MEAT MARKET *6- Ail kinds or Frash Menus, Sausages, Hams Lard, and everything us­ ually kept in first class meat market, constantly on hand. LITTLE FALLS, MINN Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the HlGHatEIST CASH FI1ICES Bring in your 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 Boots & Shoes, WUr^eEKWHTM AT A. TANER'S Grate Keady-made Clothing J. W. BERG —DEALER IN— HEAYY & SHELF HAKDWABD, All kinds of mechanics7 and farming tools, IMPEOyEI) HOWE QOAiyjffi Emm in* Pipsr. Glass, Patty, Lime, Cement, Piaster of Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON/STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron W.m*,made tojorder. Repairing promptly done. LI TTLE FALLS LUMBER O Mnufacturer of and dealer in PINE LUMBER. Riugli and Dress^d/all kinds, Lath, Shingles, Pickets, Sash, Doors, and Building Paper. Bills Sawed to Order. JLittle Fffis,...

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. — 30 May 1884

I The New Brass Band. A new brass band has been organized and the summer bree7.es will soon be laden with the strains of alleged music which they will be responsible for. As •will be so en by the lVst of the members published, it embraces some'first class musical talent, and we hope that the organization wiil grow, flourish und become a permanent institution, of which the citizens will be proud. The members are: S. P. Casey—E fint cornet. S. E. Staples—B flat comet, lam Staples—K fiat aato. C'. C. Neal—Baritone. L. J. Wright—Tenor. Ed. Collins—Bass. Wm. "Workman—Bass drum. Francis Richardson—Snare drum. James Stuart—Drum major. If OAT Cure for Diphtheria. Mrs. Calhoun Hays, formerly of this •county, sends f. friend in this city a cure for diphtheria which she says is used with sure suecess in West Virgin­ ia, and that with this -treatment the patient will always recover. She says that the disease is not regarded as •dangerous there when this remedy is applied. Following ere the dire...

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. — 30 May 1884

arc lovu. My lovo st rose, rod, red rose, WJHMO b? auty till may see— A and a blush for each eb.o hatli, But only a thoru for ma My love is & violet, winder and true, Whose napranee juro and free foi i'unnt .i tin air like th« breath of prayer, i'et 11 m-v a thought for ma. My love 5.8 the sun, the raduns sun, TVlioae j^lory all may BOO— •She ulteds her beam3 on all around, And not O.MO my for me. Oh, licr beauty and bluahe», her radiant smile! ilinv quickly my earea will flee, When UO day LOYC shall lead my love A captive Lyme tome. —lalo fieoord. BRIM. I first mot him selling peanuts at the jsorner of Dauphiue Street. A thin, wiry little fellow, with quick, bright gray oyes, which seemed to take in many things at once but his month had a pat ha tie droop at the corners, us if the tiling he did see had no cheer for him. "Auntie, let's buy some of Brindle'.-:. peanuts," my little niece whispered to ine. "Brindle's peanuts? Who on earth is Brindle Look .it him. That hefr with tho...

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. — 30 May 1884

WITS* IS IT SO'/ Some liiir'l work where some find rest, And so the weary world goes on I sometimes wonder what is best The answer cornea when life is goue. Some oyos sleep when no mo eye? wake, And so tho dreary night hours go Rome hcartu beak where so mo hearty brealf, I ofton wonder why 'tis so. Rome hands fold where ether hands Aro lifted bravely in tbc strife And eo thru' ages and thro' binls Move on tho two ea'r ernes of life. Home feet halt while tonic foot avail, In tireless march, a thorny way Home struggle on where some have fled, Borne stole, w'noro others shun tbo fray, 8omo sloop on while other* keep Tho vigils of the true and bravo They will not rest till rosea creojy Around their names above th^gravo. —1'ather RyRn. O ISiPL'DEST FALLOW. liX C. W. SMITH, JR. TYctty Eose Melville went swinging tip and down, x»p and down, her light Hinulm dress waving and fluttering ill tlio breeze. "Glorious, Carl, isn't it V' she cried, culling to hor pet and companion, huge, shaggy do...

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. — 30 May 1884

iroMA^oo^ ttoeaMiiat ofthe iiUay tteceaeaty *k**kdatm m*m OM* TsM*t4 ftfijrtrtoal N«o*0«»tjr of Wo 4M#i»W)iat ftkaU Wo Do Wfti Oor Kltobmt rjitSlCAl. «JULTOM 0# «!«.«. Mr. ji I. Afford orofeasor of phy sltfti derelfcsptasn t, delivered alOCt mr« at $t Loni* the oth*r airht oa *Tb4,|NrV*^ptn«ut of th« Bndf Sfecee mrf Health^' He soft* densed^j^Iosophy of «**rciii« into these sfcrtewses-. '^1n* object of exer dn lllo ejp*all*e and icoflUnla the olthe blood and increase Hon, thna promoting the Ration and asataUaOoa at Iv Uy eqaaliziug the circulation WOsalhWifih a balance between the jgafettlar and nervous system. The bio$&will 3w directed to the pert of tfefe,jlKi& Q^d most. If we use the tehlfc'. without oorrespond the small blood 'tedin' bectotae aadaly en -:%«aitd''!)( tho eftfetnltiee thitt the share ot'e*0J4''to nourisbiaii* and othet ti***s. circulation ward tht¥%wr* ply ol Mb pirationis la Ferha are buitt, su brain is robl body p£ their ith end ,l tarnishes •.$» waste x...

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. — 6 June 1884

I xS te •fc •*. *v PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Le^al. iriuFABiHiiT Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, MINK. A. F. STOKEY. I. T. CAI.HOVN- STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. BICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the Amerfytto' Agency & Collection Co. Buya tujd sells Teal estate, and loans money on aame. A)s* has a lurge amount of choice Vaud and town lots for sale. LITTLE FALL?, MINN. C. A. LINDBERGH. L. W. BILLS. UGSDBERGH & BILLS, ATTORNEYS AT LA W. Office in Dr. Simmons' former office. UTILE FAIJS, MINX. Ofllcial. J. D. LACHANOE. COUNTY AUDITOR "Will Attend to collections, pay taxes, redeem lands from tax sales, &c. in Mor­ rison nrid adjoining counties. Ottien at Court H*»ise, Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota. LYMAN SIGNOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRISON COrUlT, MINN. Will famish Abstracts or Title. Pay Taxes. Has Lands for Sale. OFFrOK AT COURT HOUSE, ••LITTLE FALLS, WINN. LEON IIOIJDE, Clerk of the Distr...

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. — 6 June 1884

iMV--: W. M. FULLER, Fnublislier. LITTLE FALLS, MINKESOT/, L-J—J "J Congress will not do much business during the great conventions of tlie two parties. Many of the members -will at­ tend the conventions and those remain­ ing in Washington are not expected to do anything. John Grifiin Carlisle, Speaker of the Honse, was born in Campbell county, Ky., September 5, 1835. He has already achieved a remarkable reputa. fcion for great ability as a statesman and absolute impartiality as Speaker. .The late disasters on the ocean have had an effect on foreign travel. Many people countermanded orders for state rooms after the loss of the Florida. The tightness of money, the anticipa­ tion of further trouble in Wall Street, and the presidential election have kept many people at home. People who did go abroad are returning much earlier than usual, and agents attribute that to Wall street also. Travel in the United States, however, is 011 the increase. Many who used to go to Europe now go the oth...

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. — 6 June 1884

PARS ASD H0UM01D. Household Hints. CLKAS' WALKS.—Salt water applied boiling hot to walks with a watering-pot will keep -weeds and worms away. TIXV/A Use .ime pound of salt to one gallon of water. Two quarts of the solution to tlio square yard should bo allowed. Ayrs.—Ants of any color or size may be driven away by using a solution of corrosive sublimate in alcohol. If they infest a closet put this solution on the shelves and in the crevices. Apply with a bmsh. Lay paper over when dry. I have tried this and many other reme­ dies and consider this the best remody I know anything of. HOT MILK SODA is recommended as a res­ torative, and as exerting a most bene­ ficial influence over mind and body when exhausted bv labor or mental fit rain. Its effects are more invigorat­ ing than those of ulcoholit stimulants. *FOK UI:.—Tinware that is stained with fruits, or otherwise tarn­ ished, may be easily cleaned by dipping a dampened cloth in common cooking fioda, aud rubbing the ware briskly, a...

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. — 6 June 1884

Dry Goods, We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the HiaH£iST CASH PRICES For the same. Bring in your BEEF, PORK, TEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. d.P/SMITH&CO. LITTLE FALLS MEAT MARKET JAMES STUART. •A- AH kinds of rash Meats, Sausages, Hams, Lard, and everything us­ ually kept in a first class meat market, constantly on hand. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. AT A. TANER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes, Keady-made Clothing J. W. BERG -DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARHWARD, -All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, IMPROVED HOWE SCALE S in* P»p3i\ Gla*?, Putty, Lime, Cement, Plaster •f Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, TT», Copper and 8heet Iron Ware. made to-order. Repairing promptly done. LITTLE FALLS LUMBER CO Mimfac turer of and dealer in ugli and Pressed,"all kinds, Shingles, Pickets, Sash, D©ors, and BuildiBg'PapfflS' BillsSawed Ojw*. Little FaJltf, Mian. 5f S! swfwsips! DSAliKS IN STAPLE & ...

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. — 6 June 1884

^r.%, fROLLER RINK OPENING. A Large Attendance and Very Enjoyable Time. EVKUYJtODY SICATJ 8. Lelancl & Benham opened their roller rink in this village last evening and the immense crowd which attend ed enjoyed the evening hugely. It would be difficult to aav which class of those present enjoyed thomselyes the greater—the skaters or the spec-tutors. Both classes had enough |fun for one evening. They all fell that thov had got their money's worth, and were pieawed beyond espectatiou. Prof. Crocker, an expert roller skitter gave -anexhibition during the evening. He is the best ?kater in this West, and he pronounced the floor one of the best lie had ever skated on. The Bport tskes amazingly in this town, and we predict that the rink will be well pat­ ronized. The following will be the hours that the rink will be open until further announce incuts: Forenoons—Open at 9 and close at 11:30. Afternoons—Open at 2 and close at 4:30.] Evenings—Open? at 7 and close at 10:30. Price of admissi...

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. — 6 June 1884

"THOL THE MM." "It's the last straw that breaks the ^mel's back," said LUCY bunting into :ears. -''he pleasant June sunbeams came peeping into the cool, atone paved dairy uhero pans of milk and cream were tanged hi orderly array great stone pots stood Tinder the shelves, and a blue painted churn was already placed on the (able for service. Mr. Bellenden was justly proud of his dairy. Not a chance guest came to the house but was invited down to see it not a housekeeper in the neighbor­ hood but secretly envied its many con­ veniences and exquisite neatness. "And it isn't the dairy alone," tri­ umphantly remarked Seth Bellenden. "And you may go through the house from garret to cellar, and you'll never find a speck of dust or a atain of rust. Tlit-re never "was such a housekeeper as my wife." Mrs. Bellenden "was young, too— scarcely tlitee-an1 -1wenty. She had been the daughter of a retired army officer, delicately reared and quite ignor­ ant of ail the machinery of domestic life until...

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. — 6 June 1884

1 UIIHI MIL III LLLLL RN A2FF UX»X EXOR^ATIOJ., N-at lift your farms 'tia long confessed The neatest fanuir in tlw best: Each bog and march iuduatrioua drain. Nor lor. vile baJk& deform Use plain, Nor hughes 01 1 voar houdlnnd grow., Tor briars a aloveu'd culture show. N^atbo your batrn, your houses s^eet Your paths be chim, your door-yards neat Iv' moss the nholtering roof enshroud, Nor woodou paws th« window* cloud: No bink draiUM tiliotiUl abovo ground ll'w, N'or wt-odH with rankling [KUHOU t'OW iJnt flcworB expand, and fruit troes bloom, And fragrant shrubs ox bale perfume. N'eutly euclone vi-nr garden round Smooth, enrich*and clear t!u gromvl for if to t-wte and pro.'U inclm*, llciiUty and use yon HIV/^VH Of course shonl'.i eoiebine. Oi:l '.''iiri.-iorfcT Almanac. A SOmTEJEJlgST. American Cultivator. Mrs. Ithuda Carp/nter, at Hie age of vveiity, t'otiud herself in iiprociicament. She .hail always Laen keen-witted, tslircw»l woman, but she lutd At last dono one of those fool...

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