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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 11 July 1884

Ki 1?^'" & J[ J, Lf* fc. [:k 1 x, V.1 '. I' $ ?v('-::: iBf ••'•,: i."•.x, illK' Witt. ... •rfK®.. .. ilf ,§S€::9 «i: •5' u. JHR ,,, ,w *, I ,C A •& *HE VJOLBY OP artssca. [Father Ryan.] WgDHt ikym the Valley of Sifeuee, Down thedim, Voieoieas valley ai *Atod I inwr BOtCfte fall of A footetop tn»i Aroond jm itifcve X&xfsand my own And Jibp&ush of takTtls-aslioly Aft hotsrswhen Aligns have flown* .". ma* weary of voices1, pSe music iny heart could1 not Wto} 1*88 weary of noises That 4xxmon, like' the b.' .fretted inj.soal Mth thtiir din I wis weary With places 1-mebhfttthe htiinan and din. f-if0^wt6os^i the world witi the worldly, 3%yed whatthe world never gave I Ipll, "In the world each ideal &riai like a star on life's wave tit (Six the shpres of the Reat rtjwpa like a dream in its grave.w abuah of the Valley of Silence a all tljf s&ng8 thai I sing" n0sic''floats down the dim valley •?, Till eacb- fiads ^word for -a wing, dove at the deluge^ T^taMM^ of peaoe ...

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 July 1884

S(ST ft PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Leg-nl. Attorney at law, MINN, 'LITTLE A. F. STOUKY. 1). T. CALHOUN. STOREY & CALHOtfty ATTORNEYS AT Office at the Court House., tyTTLE.FALLS, MINN.- 7' ^N7 righakm Attorney and touciselloi- at Law. A£'6nt for the Americah Agthicy & Collection Co. Buys and fgIIh real citato,. ruul loans money nn.f«ame. Also lias a larxe amount of ehvic'c land and tow p. lot* for sale. LITTLE FALLS. MINN. C. A. lSiNDBEfaiB. 1X W.%tr.s. l.INIBIi3KOH & ISILLiS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Dr. Simmons' former office. UTTLE FAXS, .... 1!INX. Ollieial. jrD.LACHANCR, COUNTY AUDITOR. Will attend to collodions, pay taxes, mleem lands from tax s-alos, &c. in Nor T:?on nncf adjoining conntiis. Office at ?onrt House, Little Fulls, Morrison County, Minnesota. LYMAN SIGNOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOIMUSON COUNTY, MTXK. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Pny Taxes. Hns I.niuls for f^ale. OKFICE AT COURT HOirSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. IIOUDE, Clerk of the I list rid Court. Soverrt...

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 July 1884

:y- t. FULLER, Pttubiishef. IilTtlJS FAttS, •.Mi.-1 t-jftwr' umismm. The^toapwrt lot gobfl «rcita la the Northwestcontinues excellent in most localities^ The recent rains have done a great Seal of good in places where it Wogi»bst heeded. Ho man knoweth what may come hereafter, but the pres­ ent i» full of hope of at least a good average crop oi all varieties. It is 'mid that thousands'ol Ameri­ cans are fleeing homeward oa account oi the cholera scare in Southern Eu­ rope, and that a large aiurahor of en­ gagements for berths on steamers foorand for Europe from Jfew York have been countermanded. Official returns of the emigration from the British isles daring the six months ended June 30, show that it waa con­ siderably less than during the corres­ ponding period of last year. The total number of emigrants during the last half year was 82,276, against 114,488 in the first half year of 1888. The'emi­ gration to 'Canada has fallen of? in a more marked degree, than the general emigrati...

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 July 1884

A ft. •JJwo easy chatire, a veranda wide,, A cornor hid from thelightmeiae Bare rodfej around—above a star, AuVliarkl the sound of a sweet guitar., TiJ^lighta are bright, and the -waltz is mrm, 'Twanight in July, and it is no harm To wftnder away to a quiet nook, Tore&d one page from the old, old book— The story olcL And he holds ber hand With perfumed zephyrs her cheeks are fanned, All honeyed words are the words she hearsj "Will he, to-night?"—and she ho pen and fears, Then all is still, and old Time is fleet All that she hears is her own heart beat, As the lights go out in deserted halls. Gently ahead on ajahonlder falls. •Gently an arm steals round a waist, A IOQK and a ringlet are misplaced. He'll sorely speak, oh,- that little word!" sonl wiih a' thrill is stirred of cod-fish ballsy" said he "Her willing faftd "I never attended one," said she. —Columbia Spectator. "Are you THE SPECTRAL EIDER. 4,t Baden-Baden a horse race was to takl? place a great many spectators had assem...

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 July 1884

& •r "Vs JIT -4* SL if»fV U£f (Kfer AU fcinda of Fn»h Meats, Sttuages,. Hams, and gyerytbing us llykejrtin fitst«UuM jjbMt market, copatMUly 0b iwnd. Ill* IJt FALLS. MINK. We Buy all Kinds of we* your Dry Goods, ,U *. told. We want to see you.* J.P.SMITH & CO. Boots & AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH: STORE Keady-made Clothing •J" •k W BERG ?—DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE, All kinds of mechanics'and farming taols, IMPROVE I HOWE 6CAL of Paris,Pla»t*ring Hair, '. IBONvSlplll/al^r^OAL, Tia, Copper and Sheet lion Vve made to order. Repairing piotnfllljr doafe. I^3?£E FAXitS LUMBER CO •0- i* tfr- prwi? TflfUT?P flflJS LUiILDim. ^wcfc«MINaMir«n "k .• 1 r-wt-*' 1 MiiA. ''-n Ai as 9| Farm Produce And Pat the djsumm For the same. your '.T .r**V' Sash," Doom j» A. & A -feSf iti Ja +...:' S.j. v"yi,v *T DgALML IH STAPLE & FANCY ANB A FULL UNRQF FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, TOBAOC0 CIGARS. tST* Beat stock of Cigars in town, Choicest'brands of Tobacco. jgft Water Always on*I)raug...

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 July 1884

Tvl 1 Boyaltou RippHugn. Royalton, July, 15, RcyaltOa is booming. Joeephus/we think you ire a'4li#eile. off.!' :0 V: Tbe roller $ our mltl is being,hnilt. JobaE IjCcRcyoolds l«ftR»y*lj«i this -. week he west west. Royalton I* a food point for burners to aeil their grainat this fall. The flint tog waa sawed in the new saw vatlUoa Saturday. It works }HJrfeetly. W« regret to ft*y that George H. Mc Leod, our station agent, is about to leave (bis point. He has many friends here. G.Lmdberg. a civil engineer in the employ of tbe Nor^U«rj»,'Pac»flu coin pa tfy, surveyed a. line for,a aiae track to the two mill* on Mouday. jfk. grtnd owning will be gi*n at tbe roller'rtnk on Friday pruning. From 7' lo 10 there will hi skating and from 10 ''tiiilil morning them will be dancing. A. very fine floor basbeen put down in the rini. A tramp entered the stows of t. W. Bodck on Saturday night And stole about $80 worthof goods, principally cigars and tobacco- CoostiiWeBoycf ahd others weat to Rioea ou ...

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 July 1884

vt V'X ii^Sk^' 1 gk^/fV l&wjfe'i I'fix-'". it of Sautbern (taunl *&o»»**xirinth*Wmr. .ft^ra^i^tatto i-Oa i|9ntle kwoll,in that part of Hollywood Cemetery which dopes down towards lite river near the Old Pump House, there was buried more than twenty yean ago military chieftain whose whole life was mostly apeiit in lira* amid constant danger and often­ times romantic adventured A Virgin­ ian bybirth, a Tennesseean by adop­ tion, a lawyer by profession, when a call was made for 'volunteers during the war with Mexico, nearly forty years ago, he enteiredthe servioe of his oountry at the age of nineteen, and, his name being the first enlisted, he was efooted first lieutenant of a cavalry ipopipany from Memphis. He passed through the Mexican war, being pro­ moted in bis company and receiving complimentary notices from the Com­ mander- in-Chief for meritorious con­ duct and soldierly bearing on the field of battle. And, after this long lapse of time, there still hangs to-day, be­ ne...

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 July 1884

lip The Iumberaaiof l6nne»poli9 hire aoqtii eaoed ih t^e proposition to ahat down llinnoivpolle with* view of at their mills the tow pf September. Gea Tarry and the dfllcere stationed at Fort H»MlVng have aooepted«& Invitation to attend the B&tioual encampmeit of the G. A- B. it Miniuapolis. meetings iaanoa holding •amp ntua ue are ig the tramp The secretary of war h*a ordered an engin­ eer board, compda&l of Went. CoL Poe, Ma}. MacKenzieand Maj. Allen, to meet at Dulnth, Mica, to determine the, Questions concerning the bill authorising tha Northern Pacific^ rail­ road to bnild a bridge acrosa the Bt, Lotna river. The Congregational ministers of JCnne apolto and Si Paul, With their families, «U their axuraal excursion to Lake Minne onka Monday, abotkfc ninety persons. A man named William Elliott waB run' over and killed by a train near Frazee City on Satnrday. He was evidently a^oat forty-five or fifty years of age. oto to a note for $10, dated at Minneapolis, April 9, s...

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 July 1884

[San-JFranotecati.] Shocked at the course of two or tbreo flashing a^uai»fevn«e8,who, vrbiin for-?? tluun^prufertt^ indolent life «to an induatrloua ask, plainly ejt Jjressed my '-vfews i?i #.:tf$iyfouftmi fi .. wtiich 'ivciteit a tew iustanct% ol capaoity a .?4 whoa "she w&vwiilV Iiitg to woi *.. ^itDistrwB in Ay em* ploy.at the ti.i, mWI given mc aiiistbiy of n&filife, Which, with a few variations, I wove into my article afterthe follow ing fashion: "I saw the felly of waiting: at home forsomethiug which might hoVer be, so I got the ngcney oi' a dressmakers chart for the Pacific .coast.. My Family was horrified. Couldn't my brothers take, care of Hie in ease my parents died? Couldn't I always have a home with them? But I silcncbd them with my answer that I was over age fmel de­ termined to fulfill Avhat I had set out to do that I might alw&ya have a hoiae With ihv i*lative.9y but it would be a de-. pendent one. I preferred to be inde­ pendent. "The first year I had lai...

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. — 1 August 1884

N PROFESSION A CARDS. I-i -:.I. E. H.'FAR.VRAJf, Attorney at 1 1 aw. MTT/J: FALLS. .. Will I ::l" IC.lH |M IV. all I.ii ii I N N A. l' sr'ourv. o.vr.iforx. STOREY, i' CAI.iKH N, ATTOBKEVS AT lAW.i I Otlhc ••.! I!.' JT. lk fa i.t.s. Mi.\ N. TIO'HABDSON, Attorney ?n(5 Counse llor at Law. A UllY ., fn iiin Jflllil ll'l ,\ C: .'!•?it !.I •ee\ on Co 1 ::JiS U. iiiiit -iJ i.. a N I W a r.rncn r.n,Ls, A'VTOI,'M- VS AT LA nV.i lii'r.' iii li c. I .I'll I.I-: I i! -N OJ1e«t t. J. D. LA CHANCE, O N A I O Wi •»11ri r.-'le-T' I 'iei r' 'li li'l i' (-f mt 1! ('f unt v. hi JJYiYi A?- SIGKOP i: Ci r111 lie' IJ'J'TIiK i'.\ I.I. 'le'T 1 1 I.I I pfl'lll III oki: H-oi: I.'j' .-! :i 'I v, '. I r."i nm I 2 ^71.1 wl' s?TL '/.-I A" a A!.oh-fr) I lei- \S H'.'hl '01 pr:lf! Id tUii.-r o| brarol'i'S. f.rrTLi 1. i. N I I'll ove .' Mmir' A I a PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Will en• I :i i' Mi t- »l! t".. -1 se- •fl tin loe- 1 i- Ice.. r. S I* •n-ien i' i. S r^.-'en. Oliiee uver e- p'utii !'s S'oie. i.i i'i'i.i' v.\ 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. — 1 August 1884

f«h* The great Fair in trhich opens in Decemi to attract th^attenfcic who -wish to enjoy afcel "weeka or months from the Northern winter and at Witness one of the gr| of modern timJT in eo.mopolit.n^^tl A wjufajJ bet] Central axrf West Bii^ tof^5 iroi pre II •)'f\ jS & :f W. M. FULLER, PuublWhe*. LITTLE ffALLS, MINI DtUlfi *y tHkt pleateeis'the-^Yuoli^'V the benefit tomci more than •tookcoldern. ii drnm &» France has made no jirogwsa in lation since I860. Its numbers smaller now than they were lS years «go, while the loud of taxation has -al­ most doubled—in mere debt charges it has more than doubled, while imports have argnmeated and exports decreased. It is alike facts that have caused great dissatisfaction among Jhe people. ind the apprehensions of violent changes at no distantJperioct The people all over Europe are set­ tling down to the conviction that they are to hare a visitation of cholera which will permit no place to escape, and are putting their houses in order fo...

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. — 1 August 1884

if ?•}$*' f^"~ ?^sf% *r?" W.*VvV, BP -c v' i"* V' \. J* *5' iv~: ,l5^ t\ rl%* 'f *X V. "t M*. THEE, 0. E SOCIETY. "When 1 think of the coarseness, selfishness and brutality of men, I wonder bow" any -women can stand tile beat of them for a minutfe!" This was what Miriam. Tracy said to Jaer throe most intimate friends as they were talking their "first season but." The opinion they had formed of the male sex was a very unfavorable one, and they expressed it with the utmost confidence in their own judgment and experience. They were all pretty girls, but "Miriam had a kind of beauty which none of the others possessed. She was ~tall and graceful, with soft, red-gold hairand large, dark gray eyes, shaded by long black lashes, and her face showed the force of character which had made her a natural leader among her friends and school companions. Their opinions were always influenced by hers, and on the present occasion they agreed with her folly. "Ye3, indeed!" exclaimed Hattie San ford. "M...

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. — 1 August 1884

A liftthj 4 LITTLE FALLS MEAT Dry Goods, AU kinfls rrawi Stents. 3f*ustu*es, HSras* LarrJ, and. everyttiingns uatty kept JIJ a first «'{ASS menk nmrk-t, eowtimtly ou bau'l, LITTLE FALLS, MINK. We Buy all Kinds of Dressed M0&ts and Farm Produce And Pay the llIGHEST OASK PRICES For the same. Bring in your BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MTJTTGN, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. "We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & CO, AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes, 1 Keady-made Clothing J. W BERG —DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HAEDWAEI), All kinds of mechanic' and fiirming tools, r.3MPROVEU HOWE SO A 1 1- T-• liii »i ttv. Lime, Cinii3nt, 1*1^^ of Phtt«. liisk-riug Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin-, Cfoppes and Bbeetlreu* Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. IJCTTiEl iF'At.IiS LUMBER CO C«l«ctuitr Cif sEc? dealer in Rougli tind», Sbingl.es, Picliet&, Siash, »RjLhtn ret STAPLE & I'ANCT GROCERIES ... ... j:,r AND A FULL LIME OF FRUITS, GOBFRCTlOffiS&Y. TOBA...

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. — 1 August 1884

\?h V' ft \,~r l6wr-rm**i AnofcherAecimnt of McDougf all's Death. A few weeks a/o our Rich Prairie com'spiindi'Ut gavt. an account, of the, auppoacd acciifc ii«l shooiing »f a man namr.)T«'ni HcDoug dl in ..John Marin & 'Jo.'* lumber camp, Lust week's 3Union co(tt»i.t* -the,, follow ini -cone-rning ibi-shooting: lki» P-tlifison citnc dowb from Miile JIIMMII I WO Iciri-biliv'i: talent anion" Tributit'. •J) 200,001) bricl p'-i r* 51 Lai-sbiko. list Friday. mil rebm-s us f-'Fhorit^iwrj-inj? la»l Saturday. They case nt wolc.Ii' «cattrr«I' «t Jofrntweiillo Clowgh's c^.and'fbund an im Marihi As CoVcmip. on linidburrv |«ensc quaptity^f buries ttierq. lirook, own camp he stopped at. Martin & Vs. camp, and, like a man generally ai'ier a prolonged dHwich. lip «ns very "low spirited and rum'»rscf»!. Al'irr he 'had lurried id Martin's uu »about ihrec dhys he started to ir home. tukir.g his rifl* don_- wiili him ,.he hi oniy 'pro- '1MS cvM ashortdisia.uu. th« camp ivhi i! a .-hii WHH liC...

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. — 1 August 1884

'V .ffev.*" '••Ui.w,-: 't 4 ft »|l 4sk~.fa(W^ •F Isrh fyiii FARM USD HOUSEHOLD. Agricultural Wotw*. The Christian Union, which finds space for occasional consideration Sf rural affiairs, prints a briel jlea for the toad, an excellent help against insect enemies. A Dakota farmer, in 1881, planted a single grain of wheat in one of his oat fields. From it grow twenty-two stalks, each bearing a full head. These yield­ ed 860 grains, 760 of which were plant­ ed the next year, producing one-fifth ol a bushel of Bplendid wheat. This was planted last Spring, yielding seventeen bushels, making 1,020 pounds of wheat from one grain in three years. A correspondent of the Kansas Farm­ er says that the following ship-dip re­ ceipt has been used qpite successfully: One pound of sulphur to one-half pound of lime, and one gallon of water boil one hour when ready to use, add three gallons of water to one of the liquid, then dip hot. The cost of this dip is 2 ceiits per head. A #i A good way to use co...

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. — 1 August 1884

rfv CWJTIOT0) BY HM Ylce Presidential Candidate's Letter of Acceptance discussing All the Issues of the Campaign. Points of (lie Republican Platform Dilated Upon and Southern Bourbons and Polyga rolats Treated with Severity Eofli Parties Collecting Campaign Funds in "Washington—Tbe Irish Deserting Cleveland's Canse Gen. lAgu'^Mter.. Washington, July 21.-—The I'BOTKCTIOTJ TO AMEBlOAN LABOB. The resolutions of the platform declaring for the levy of «uch duties "a« to afford security to oar divert) ified industries and protection to the rights and wages of laborers, to the end tilht ac­ tive and intelligent labor, as well as capital, may have its just award, and the laboring man his full share In the notional prosperity," meets my hearty approval. If there be a nation on the face of earth which might, if it were a desirable thintu build a wall upon Its every boundary lifte, deny communion to all the world and proceed to live upon its own resources and productions, that nation is the Un...

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. — 1 August 1884

f\ r- fftnily Pfeiffer.J If07.- l^autifut upon theihounteuttS artf 1'ae feet of Lore? beuewth whose tre!#tf tharb grows The tferdStfe tliaff*i«: Che bersldof the ros?j Ari'l fe, it} l^ad df hovm how art tliou fair* I'uy soul, it troroiRous-at ill brava io dare The*upward pat. tuiwittiug- Where ir. goes, .,Ai all in holy trust oJ Love Who knows. To cihuh at ease f/om di.nb CiU'O. Dear Lovo, that leadeth Life toward th* r-.j'rir.^u Of .(.%i.i- what 'Xhc Tho speculative transactions in petro­ leum represent more than $400,000,000 annually. The lowest price crude petro '•jeum ever brought wa* 10 cents, a barrel in 1831. In 1859, when there M* u» only one well in existence, Col.. Drake's Pioneer at Titws Viller the price was $24 a barrel. Besides .the 5,000 miles of pipe line in use in the oil regions there are in operation 1,200 miles of trunk pipe lines connecting the regions with Cleveland, Pittsburg, Bitf fulo, and Now York-, and linos building to Philadelphia and Baltimore. lA the l...

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. — 8 August 1884

:.*$: PROFESSIONAL OMDS. ^-Jf Lo^a! :ii2. AMV ::'^tft3P»«.y'at law, .t^riJE "FALLS, ', MINN. A.F. 8'roitEnr. O. T. CAMIOUN. STORED# CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW* Office at th? Court House. LITTLE FAT.I.S, MINN. N. RICHAKDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent fur the American Agency & Collection Co. Buvstind wdla real estate, and loans money on f«W. Also hi* a Urpo amount of ubeice land aad town lota lor wile. PAfcli®. ftHKI?.• C. A. lasnr.sitGii. L. W. Bn.rs. UKlBTCRGlf & 15TIXS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in 3)r. Simmons' former office. LITTLE FAI-S, ... MINN. Oflloisil- J. D. LACHANCE, COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to collection?, pay taxes, redeem land* from tax sales, &c. in Mor­ rison and adjoining eo inties. Otlice at Court House. Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota. 1YMAH SIGNOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MO Ml SOX COUNTY, MINN. Will furnish Almrnets of Title. Tay Taxes. Has Lands for Hale. OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. LPS HOME, Clerk of the District Court. Se...

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. — 8 August 1884

W. M. W" I & FULLER, Puubliaher. LTCTIE FALLS, MINNESOTA Bailway shares have taken a sudden and material advance, caused partly by good weather and the prospect of good cropB. Shares in some interest paying companies were at a ridiculously low figure,? and as confidence is restored they take the position in the stock list to which they were entitled, but it will be some time before what are called fancy stocks can regain their former place. Dio Lewis reaches the conclusion that consumption is found in every cli­ mate. Inhabitants of the frozen reeion, and those who live under the equator, tlie of consumption. As to the United States, thore is no doubt that New England has the largest ratio of mor­ tality from consumption. But the dif­ ference is slight, and is probably ac­ counted for by her immense cotton, woolen, and other great factories, and her very close houses, and by the hered­ itary tendency in families. The wholesale destruction of forests along the Ohio Yalley, within...

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. — 8 August 1884

•i' a i'9„ u^#v EAaLTKABBIAOES. Th# Two 81 d«* of the Picture Matrimonial —Small Xnoome*, J*a»tv W«44iai» ud 2to** Regreta—The Uaaolnff Man'aValuo in Society. Philadelphia Press. So long as the cat is left in company -with the cream jug theoream will be ab­ sorbed," and so long as young people of both sexes are allowed to meet freely in social intercourse there will be more or less marrying and giving in marriage. It is greatly to be feared that with the proverbial thoughtlessness of youth, the yonng people will not stop to con­ sider the question of ways and means, nor calmly calculate whether they shall be able to gather sticks in sufficient quantity to keep the matrimonial pot boiling. Tom, with a lover's ardor, will probably forget to inquire, before marriage., whether Jemima is capable of cooking dinner, while Jemima, on her part, is just as likely to be left in blissful iguorance whether Tom has a bank account, outside of his salary, which will ensure there being a dinner to c...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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