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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 27 June 1884

«f,V, s&v- t.P' 5 1 O &~l\> i? *:v. «C' And time. Dry Goods, lath, ,V I 1 llTTtE FALU MEAT MMtKET to Ail Kind* ol rrauli Meats, Sausages, llams. Lard, and everything us­ ually kept in first clam meat market, constantly 05 hand LITTLE FALLS, MINN We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the HIGHEST CASH PRICESS For the same. Bring in your BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, get your cash every We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes, Keady-made Clothing J. W. BERG —DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools 1MPBOVED HOWE'fiCAL in4 Pi.u-. Glms, itty. Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper end Sheet Iron Ware made to,order. Repairing promptly done. LITTLE FALLS LUMBER O Haaffcctnrer of and dealer in Itjugli and Dressed,"all kinds, Shingles, Pickets, Sash, Doors, and Building Paper. ills Sawed to Orlsr. Xitele Falls...

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. — 27 June 1884

Royalton JRipplings. T?oynlton, Jnnc 25. We are again on deck. \Vn». Clark who out Ills foots few •weeks ago is geiting along finely. Marcus Kobe has a yormg bo*rder at his house Mark feels pretty "hig." A barn belonging fo .T.'C. T-Tigglns was struck ly lightning on Sunday last, and was entirely consume! Oharlos'Given, who was ibrown from liis wagon a Tew flays ago is now able to be around with Hie aid of his crutches. Charles Brannen had so much work to do at blacksmith work that be had to hire another man 'o help do the work. J. 35. MeBeynolds and Wm. Henry of New York had a fo«t race to-day. Mo Reynolds won the race and the $50 stakes. Messrs. Clarence Denring, Harry Gidney and Marcus Lambert are build ing a roller skating rink at this place. It IS to IK? 40X100 feet in size. We wish '.lie lwys su*ecss. llnynlton will celebrate in style this Foimil of July, and will have a grand table picnic. Everylmdy come bring their baskets. There dancing in the evening. and will be The mill ...

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. — 27 June 1884

E Afy£{ If ii V*. MS CMT0I1MCT. 15 tttftefriknajr of this mortgage, Mir. A year3 known Mrs. Carlton, and pitied lier in her sudden widowhood, aggra-( vated by the unexpected discovery, that she was nearly without resources, "Yet the house and grounds are worth eight thousand dollars—at any rate they cost my husband quite that amount." "No doubt but if thrown upon the market I fear very much they will not bring moro than six." "And that is all we have to begin up­ on," said Mrs. Carlton with a sigh. The lawyer would have gainsaid her, but she had only spoken the truth. A little explanation may here bo given. Mr. Carlton had been in receipt of an excellent income on which he was able to Jive in a handsome house, and main­ tain an excellent style of living. His wife had supposed that ho kept within his income, or at least did not go be­ yond it but it must have been other­ wise, for he had raised five thousand dollars by mortgage on the house, of which at his death there appeared to be...

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. — 27 June 1884

l' I I I PoUc ^crat^a'ttftaslB^! ahoii* |2j70S mis*?. plied. Centennial Moid of St Paul -won a race ai BiOTRt Ftil8, Minneapolis has received 5111,338 under her new license law. President Strong delivered the baocalanreate BtnuoB at Carleton college. 3h Psnl EpiscopaLdeygyinenvfiHholtl sum­ mer aervicea at aub urban points. MeAEUian ibinkB Northwentorn rivers and bar bora -will get a good showing. Mrn. Snwman and ilrs. Ware of Mimtor villo lulled & large rattlesnake near that vil lago. Thohonpeof Lewis Sheets of Harifonl/fodiJ countj, Mien., burneil with its content*. Loss, $800. I Extensive preparations are being made in all the larger towns to celebrate the fonrth of uly. Eddy's taw mill 011 Red Eye river, Minnesota, was bur:j .'d. The loss is about $ 3,0X, in­ sured. obi H. "Wilson, Monti cello blacksmith, is h« ld to bail rut a charge of attempting to rav­ ish Jim Bpaulding. Stengrini Nopon, one of the carlv settlers of Rock Dell township, Olmstead county, leave* an estate v...

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. — 27 June 1884

M-MMmtt ir blM:'*.. $*,' :v •$ .c( wt It* Ben?«cm ^SttiiKirb *V Upon the F»r*i* Op«r»H On tile Mi*i,T Cultivation Crops—Value of' tlite 1 Cedar. ^I! •j.v SUNSHINE IN In an address beXoro I »fi vr «t!f p^'oirio^ Herat agriculturalists Dr.^idiok soffit} time ago presentedsome euriowhtui interesting ioiormat'on, which can scarcely be put into a more j^iulaWe form tnan that which follow.* Dr. Kichols said: Tile stored -siinahifcc jiai. our barns ill fhe, form of hay grain., is, in its utilization, attended ly losses corresponding with those connected with change mother forma of oi'ganiz cd material. In inodern ba^a proper­ ly constructed Ave are asten&lied to find how comfortable the Jj|m|Mirature is when we enter them Oil tlj^ cold mornings of winter. It majrte.diffi cult for many farmers to reaii*apihat this warmth nil comes from tkePqou tent# of their hay^mows und fffain bins—from actual burning or cottibiis tjou of these nutrient materials. .The long rows of cows and oxen in the...

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 July 1884

I -, O S 'ir, s.'s i*'N Lirfr. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Lesrrtl. JE. M.FAMMAM, Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN, A.X\ STOUKY. r. T. CAT/IIOUK. STOREY & CAMMUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at the Court ilor.se. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. IBICHARDSON™ Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent f.r t/ie American Agency A. Clkn'lion Co. Vnsys nu'l wlls »pnJ rt:!te, j:jirl Jonns iM)ivy 0:1 snjiso. A!M. IIR.S L-RUE. AMOUNT of clioiet. land umi ]•.-:lor m.V. LITTLE-FALLS iMiN'K. C. A. l.IM'HI'.l:!.!!. T-. \V. BII.U-. JJNIMJKKCJJI KILLS, VlTOlJNKYS AT LAW. OlEeo in Ir. .Simmons' former «.Sh*e. LJ'l'i'l.K FAT.S .... MINN'. OilitMnJ. ^TD7ITachancb7 COTJMT AUDITOR. Will fitt.ond to .'ollerfons pay taxes, redeem lands lYnn tux sale*, &o. in M.»r riN HII'I adjoining counties. Oflice at Court flonso, Little Falls, Morrison C'Vunty. Minnesota. SZONORT SMM REGISTER.OF DEEDS, MOIii: OOVNT.Y, XT". Will fiiriitsli Abstracts of Title. I'tiy Tuxes. Has J.ntiil:' i'i 1 iKi- i' i. AT 'ov[ iiormc. LITTLE I'A I. ...

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 July 1884

I* t'1. &• II i, •. I I I ft /v f-v w. 'v'-: /'V mm W&SSSte "5 5-^ W. M. FULLER, Buubliaher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. 9 New York city had a temperature last weekof ninety-five degrees, but a fine breeze prevailed during this scorching visitation, so there was not the usual amount of suffering. The signal aervic eofficers predict cy­ clones to follow the stagnant condition of the atmosphere for a week or two. The signal service theory is that such a shell of'stagnation is a precursor of vio­ lent disturbances of the atmosphere. Now we shall see what kind of prophets Uncle Sam has in his employ. The Northwest News of Portland, Ore., brings assurance of a good harvest in that state as follows "It is. safe to say that the crop this fall will be one of the largest ever harvested in this state. "With a wheat crop of 18,000,000 bushels, a wool clip of 10,000,000 pounds, a large hop yield and an immense fruit crop, the Pacific northwest will rapidly over­ come the effects of the sho...

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 July 1884

A. COK8OI.ATIO*. A certain man, to dissipate The heat ana other cares, Essayed to draw some cider kopi Beneath his cellar ataira. Before he started down, hia wife To him a pitcher handed But tripping up he tumbled down, And at the bottom landed. "My dear, the pitcher did yon break?" Came down trtaire sharp and shrill Than crushing down his wrath, he cried: »No, it, but I will!" The pitcher which, indeed, escaped Uninjured by the fall. He hurled with all liis strength and smauhed Against the cellar wall. —Harvard Lampoon. WASTED WIFE. A College Tale. Jack Hornby, of Brazen face College, Oxford, bad just finished his usual after breakfast pipe, on the last day of the summer term, 1880, when his attention was arrested by a sharp rap at his door, immediately followed by the en­ trance of the well-dressed person of his college friend, Methven. "Come along in," said Hornby, "and light yourself a pipe." "No, thank ye, can't stop," replied Methven, "as I havo a lot to do- this morning but t...

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 July 1884

W /i .ppl A m.u.'h I "rf"--"- \i^ '"'v -.. ?r. v: .-Si•r 7?I •:*.. Bring in your Dry Goods, Boots & Slioes, e. I? *"^-1 3.4^4 A 1 Af 61 fc.^.n .W^ W* LltTli WiiASMEAT MARKET cg&rrtf# 4'4-ftf# -ik rfMiKig -•tvwyifiin ti/ttfh cM'mwJ PAli.f.B We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and ". Fdrm Produce And Pay the £x±GdK:E«5sv OjgLSH PRICES For the same, BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &Ci, And get your cash every time. We want to see you," J. P. SMITH AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE idy-made .Clothing' J.W. BE RG --DSalkb I:S~, HEAVY & SHELF HABDWAED,' All kinds of itiethaiiics' aad fanning tools, 1MPEOVED HOAVE'.SCAL i»ir^io^.Obt,s, piuv^ LiKte, Cement,'Plaster. of Pii vl^ Pbsstv-ringTliiir, IBON, STEEL and COAL, Tja, Copper and gheet Iroti Ware if/oi^r. Bepairin^ prom)tjy dpue, -n* JS'-ljaSWMJil"' -f 1 »!», vwH4 & OCX ft ft .' ''I.: •ii,niii«''Mi»niKi iiiifi IIJIII :"4' ji! MtiKfactarcr of end cWsJer lit ii^itoki:iiiiil4« i':-T CO Mm "JU Mttmmk JAMES STUART. HEAD...

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 July 1884

A ft,.' •*. ESS: 8* Rink Attract longs 10 The leading attractions at Be/amPs rink th{s week are the exhibitions Of Miss Nellie. Fuller,-' an eleven year old viait, «pe,t«k»i,.r Jo*., Sljt **»M Bi, .!,,,,,, .iy A fitJj. and I- I'M the rink last evMUii^, at^.onjiJUiiUHV by -|j ,\ .... Prof. Crocker, and the buii.wiiig was, -v" .•-:*:w- '. crowded with spectator^ wb« wore 'v.^r*1 A series of tn-ee'nnjiH a!. Parker t.wn school bciijininj* .SuudifT', ,Tun« '.. will be, ."'itidiicti!'.! by Rev. J. C. Mfdieyjiohl^ of Howard flake', NT in t:. ife reivrewwit.s 111 Disciples, or Chris tian i:biir«. !t, who«o disfhictlvy plea the union -of nil Christiana on tho es sentialti of discouragement On istiaua yruwiiur out of fspftcuhitions Thr'mliah doctrine, and th »weet music i!n:y (uriiih"d l«u die ent-r. tamnienl of the -l-U exeurgionists. They also desire to thank the ei'v.a'us of Glen-- !f»f Ludios n»d f»ent« »prin^ Klh««M4 jiittt' a-4ci«-v«l tuirt lor ssile tit otto sua pri­ ces. for sals InMi...

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 July 1884

Tj & 4. It 1, •mzmmM,, f-n BY MBS. M. I/. RAirW®. It was Sunday. Mr. Skinner was tired, and thought he would tie down on the sofa in the back parlor and rest. People never learn by experience, and lie was no exception to the common rule. He lay down, and crossed his feet with a parade hardly justifiable under the circumstances. His wife came in and saw him. "Why, Lot Skinner!" she exclaimed. "If I ever heard of the like! Lying down on that new sofa with your boots on, and oh, my goodness! your head on •that lace tidy I had done up only last week. You are the most inconsiderate man I ever saw in my life!" Mr. Skinner got up and his wife smoothed out the tidy and rearranged it. "The idea of anybody putting a head on that tidy," said Mrs. Skinner, who had no intention of using slang. "I did suppose you had more sense." "I used to have," said Mr. Skinner ^ood-uaturedly, "Ya-a-a-h. I could take a nap if I could find a place to drop down. Y-a-a-h." '•You had bettor read your Bible," s...

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 July 1884

-?W2-. ft •:,, -!.v ii .«•* if#? IfSS? Ur •. 3U GOKaESmilROCEEIM On 3lon1ay the house considered ana passed the etmdry civil appropriations bill, irhich ordinarily occupies two or three daya. The bill, which is often filled with jobs, is apparently free from any schemes to rob the government, and contains no features likely to proroke discussion. Only one important amendment was adopted, and that was in the nature of a section making appropriations for the United States courts. It was offered by Mr. Spring er, and Tery carefully drawn. The bill provides for the usual foes and balances to United States marshals and other persons con­ nected with the United States courts. The sub­ stitute abolishes the fees system, eo far as it applies to United States marshals, and pays them fixed salaries. Under the bill as amend­ ed— The United States marshals shall receive an­ nually for their services the following salaries, puyablo monthly: Southern district of New York, $'5,0(X) Northern New Yo...

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. — 4 July 1884

•?"'V I I I —i' Vi-. *T' IS. km kolainf thevFortv :At the last Stafford assizes an action "Hq* assault «rau ^iromeU of tnond, of an broug-bt by two young Birmingham, in connection with tuted to named obtain nominal pay the Or- prepossessing appearance, proceedings insti­ their ejection from their house, on I he ground of immoral con­ duct They obtained a verdict for damages, but they .failed to costs, and some- extraordinary proceedings have just taken p'iaee at. tne house. A'distress warrant was is­ sued. to recover the costs, but the de­ fendants barred the door-* to prevent entrance. The builifts hsvo been Watching the last been night a for an opportunity to act for two days, and the inmates have practically imprisoned. L:ist desperate attempt was made by male friend to sond He thim paovisibns. managed to evade the constable •Who guarded the rear of the premises, and threw a rope attached to a bag of provisions to the girls. Aviio were at the bedroom window. They wore about to ha...

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 July 1884

«r" %n? & r*V X^eg-al. JE. II. FAB .Little. falLs, iaAM, iLa^tr. (I Mijcsr. Attorney al 4^SsfOKKY. ffi T. dALWOtTN. ST0REY1& CAtAoUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAIf. Office at the.Couiil Ho«se. LITTLE FALLS, BlINtf. N. IRICHABDSGN, Attorney and Counsellor It Law. Agtent l'or thfc Amemsn Agency & Collection Q°* Boys and sells real e*t£te, wnd U^jW^money ton name. Also has a.torsu jimouut t»f cheiua Mnd »nd fofcta lots for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. V. A. LtNbBKBOH. L. W. Bltts. liNdbekgii &*5Ills, AtTORNliYS ATX AW. Office In Df. Slunnons' former office. Little fals, .... mink Oilleiul. J. Di LACHANCE, COtJNTY AUDITOR Will attend to collections, pay taxes, redfcom lands from tax salos, &c. in Mor «f ison and adjoining counties. Office at Court Honso, Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota. LYMAN SlGNOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOHMRON COUNTY, MIJCN. Will Ornish Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes 'Has Lands for Pale. OFFICE A.T COURT HOUSE, VUTTLE FALLS, MINN. LEON IIOIDE, Clerk of the ...

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 July 1884

.#•'•: lJj£i W hJii. W. M. FtTLI,Sia, Pti«blIah«r. £5SjESijLS •JE£ The New YcrkMail and Expreas, Wd deftly referring to the recent collapsed brokers and speculator* of that city, sa^: "The iitunber of husbands wh« are now supported by their wives large* than ever." The Senate of theUnited States acteo "wisely in setting aside the unexpended balaneeof the $100,000 appropriate passed last year, as an emergency, fond to prevent the spread of contagions dis­ eases in tho country. It is well to b« prepared for an emergency, and sucl an one as the sudden outbreak of pestilence belongs not to the categorj of impossibilities. Over the hundred women have ap­ plied for admission to Harvard Univer aity at Cambridge. One would think that the famous Wellesley Eem&le col lege hear Boston, and scores of othei first class institutions of similar char* acter wotild afford every facility reqiurei for female education, but the strong minded yankee girls are determined tc compete with the young men...

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 July 1884

$ iffS! SEW MI'S ASBBLMd Hi Barpar'# Weakly. Walking up or down Broadway you are apt to bear suddenly, the sharp strokes of ft bell. They come swiftly nearer. The lumbering trucks and omnibuses draw away to either side. The stroke of the bell rings loudly right at yotir side, and in a moment a light covered vehicle dashes past yon. Bare­ ly ail instant later the .bell is striking far ahead of jour and the wagon has disappeared into aside street, or ia hid­ den from view -by the trucks and omni­ buses which have again taken full pos­ session of the roadway. You may have had time to read "Ambulance" on the light vehicle as it dashed down- the street, and to have caught sight of a young man wearing an official cap. As you walk on your progress may be checked by a crowd that has gathered around something on the sidewalk Near the curb you see the ambulance. In a little while the crowd falls back, and jfche young man with the official cap gives an order. Something is raised from the sidew...

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 July 1884

e': .. -iV'S !l®i Iflii '. v: Dry Goods, 4 -P We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTIdN, JEGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every We want to see you, J. P. SMITH & CO. AT A, TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes, MARKET tgj^. of Froth j^eati,/ Saufagea, frta# 'Hard, and everything *1^ fcepv lit «i' flwt .©las? o^' ftjark«t, ooMtautly odMI MS*S&mAJtet. MINK. Pai^^dduoe And Pay the ^atC^aaiEfiS'!!* 'OAiSME3C tTUCBS For the same. in your &eady-made Clothing JW.BERG —D&ALEKIN- HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE, Jrinds of mechanics' and farming tools. IMPROVED HOWE SCAL 3 in? Ptiper, Glass, Patty, Liiae, Cement, of Paris, Plastering TOU, 8HmL and COAL, Tip, C&^jMt ^id^dbeCtlrot1 W»re made tefcwrier. hep«iHng promptly donv. Xii^^baE -F-AJ-xs co UaHkeUi# e/anddwdsritt A* l'-- JAMES •4SAUt1t IR STAMe&FAltCT GROCERIES AND A FULL LIKE Olf FRUITS, TOBACCO AND 0IGARS. SSf Beat stock 6tCigars intern. Choicest brands of Tobacco. Water Always on Dra...

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 July 1884

^r- 4$K» rourtliftt Little faDa. Friday last was the first titiwi in many years Independence 'lay wasnotprop-5 erly celebfatad in Littls Falls. Last ycut the celebration was a grand stic \cqteiti every way bttt financially^ rtfld those interested thought that toomuch labor sad enthusiasitt and money had been expended for the result aoeom plirtied, and this year It was impossi­ ble to get tootoey snbscrFbed^to pay, tbe expenses of a successful celebration, therefore no public demonstrations Was arranged. The day opened sb quietly that no one would have reeog* iii?ed it as the "Glorious Fourth" if a banner had not been swung across the street at Wetzel's drug store stating that "This is the 4th of July." As soon as the fact was made public,., to gether with the evident fa$t that the town was dead to all appreciation of the fact the Excelsior Cornet band prepared to parade the streets, with crape flying, and, dirges sounding on the air. Pall-bearers fell in line sor­ rowfully bearing t...

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 July 1884

I •,:rbpi( B4JXAI'OS A wsj»nfo,n It or flngor BY MCJOMT ".. .•'.' SUClEtfD The m&id, and fcborebr hangs atala, JFor such & maid nq Wbitean ale Could over ybS produce No grape ttutt's kindly tipe eoiua be So rouud, HO plump, so soft its ahtv, Nor bait ao lull of joloe. TO BO email, the ring Would not $tayon,Which they did bring ]t was too wide a pe»k And, to nay tr«uh—for oat it must— It looked nkd tho groat collar—jnirt About oar young colt'a neck. Hor feot beneath l»r petticoat, Like little mice, atola and out, As if they feared the light 3htt oh, she dances unch away I jNo sun upon an Easter-day Is half BO fine a eight, Her cheeks so rare a white was on, No daisy makes comparison (Who sees them is undone) For streaks of red were mingled there, fiuoh as are on a Cath'rine pear, The side that's next the son. Her lips were red and one was thin, Comp&cdd to that was next her chin, Some bee had sttuig it newly Bnt,.Dick, her eyes sp guard her face, I durst no more upon mem ...

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 July 1884

lSnfev tr l*g 't ul 5 5| 'Ml si "n 5..S. ^®h© pteai^enton WedneBtlayretunied to the ^Sotuft t&a XltzJolm Porter bill with his objeo ytfODB. AtfcnitSey Ctenftral Brewster liod submitted, to the present in compliance -with the litter's reqnea^a long uid'carafally prepared opinion /Upon tho bill for the restoration of Fitz John -•'jJhwter to tha army, in which ho expressed the lion that the bill is clearer tmcon stittitionaL President took the same viow of the con ptttutiou&lhy of the bill and said f-Ther® *ro other caiteoa that decor mo from rhythm bUl the sanction of my approval, to judgment of the court-martial, by which, more than twenty years since. Qen. Eitz John Porter waatri^iund convicted, me pronounced by tribunal composed of nine general officers of distingniahed character and a bility. Its Uv vestiffation of the charges of which it found ac ensed guilty was thorough and ^conscientious, and its findings and sentence in due course or law approved by Abraham Lincoln, t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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