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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 19 September 1884

LiTTLE FALLS Dry Goods, MEAT MARKET mus (NlllAIJ.'W every (ran lim el tnuth We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce Bring in your And Pay the For the same. BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. J. P.SMITH & GO. AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes, FI1ICESS Keady-made Clothing- d.W. BERG —DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, 3MPEOVEI3, HOWE SOAL JE Plii :ng O Paper, Glues, Putty, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper and Sheet Irop Ware ma-el to order. Repairing promptly done. 3LITTLE FALLS LUMBER CO Mnwfaeturer of ami denier in PINE LUMBER. Rdiigli and Dressw^all kinds, lath, Shingles, Pickets, Sash, and Building Paper. JAMES STUART DBUER IN STAPLE& FANCY AND A FULL LINE OF FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO -A.3STD CIGARS. Best stock of Cigars in town. Choicest brands of Tobacco. «^3 Arctic Soda Water Alway...

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. — 19 September 1884

T- 11 1 in buvingadJitirtaal apparatus to pro- tw The Fireiueu's Hall. Rich Prairie News. The Sixth annu i! b.i'1 of the North Rich Prairie, Sept. 16. f?tar Fir® Department, to be given at The convent is getting a new coat of Iceland's rink next Thursday evening paint, i'.nJ is being generallyovetbauled. promises to be-one -»f the tinest dances Parties from here who have visited the ev«r given in Little FaKs, uiid the a..- ^Tii:neaBi]is fair all say it was a grand teudam* will certa r.ly be very large. The price of tickets, including supper ... 1 1 atthe Little Falls fjotiso, have uyen placed at $2. The grand pa- rade of the department will com- the property ofcitirBns from fire. .SHyth don't think you can get your money's T\orth in dancing. Remember it is Thursday evening, Sept. *25, 1884. CoMMiTTEua. Reception.—11. B.Tattle, W. Butler, Jr., C. Bengnot, O. G. Simmons. Floor Managers.—P. W. Hayes, P. Medved, H, W. Batters, 1) Harteng. Arrangements.—8. C. Vasaly, P. Aayes, Geo- SMlwe...

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. — 19 September 1884

I -1 THE HOME CIRCLE .Wit FARE FasMop Fancies. Belts can bo worn with all waists. They are narrow or wide according to taste. Deep belts are not suitable for women with short waists. Silver buck­ les are much sought after when artisti­ cally chased. Young ladies and misses W'oar belts without buckles. These are closed under a rosette or a ribbon bow. The same how.-) are on the shoulder and in front of the neck. The directoire sash is also worn. It is wide, of soft fabric, and is loosely tied on the side. •Silk jerseys aro plain or have silver and gold galloon trimmings. They are in light shades, generally of the color •of the skirt with which they aro worn. They are also to be seen in contrasting hues. Many percales have cream, put­ ty, or gray grounds, with dark dots. Suits of this material usually have pol­ onaises trimmed and draped in various ways. Thc:v raav open oyer white bat­ iste or white plaited gauze chemisettes, or button down to the waist, and they aro raised and taken ...

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. — 19 September 1884

A i'i —M \W 11 WRECKED BY THE FLOODS. Ti'.o r.'"s and Effects of the Inundation at Eau Claire Fftirly Con­ sidered. No L'r.sine-s Firms Arc Seriously Affected toy the Disaster—Additional List' of Losses. Kclie? '.'vork at Heme and Abvoid— Drowning of iir. 7/ii.v Cover of Stillwater— .Minor Mishaps. Causes ami KfTectH of the Flood. FvIU the St. Paul I'ioneer Prvvs. *kpt 1.". T'.ua 'lairo if recovering from the dismay which overwhelmed her JuiCweek and her pecj i«s 011 I-. oklng- over tbe BH u»Uon, rirnl that their !••-. great 'i? it Is. if not irretriev ab'e, and urr ailing heart, of grace to repair the d.iu.-ite done iy the flood. It tau'.ht them Fome U.ss(. us-dearly, it is true but tum cost .vl.ich will I.. wall covered If they are heeded. Mr. K. P. I'lVanim. cashier of the Chi] uowa Vuil'-v bans, in tores ted .many lara-n crmrnorcia: ehtab'ichui»i itK in t-b«i city, ea-vV ...day, the reason "i the tfreat damage is that iit' people undo the mi* take of build in',' OH i'iw -.-ound ...

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. — 19 September 1884

Overwork and Recreation. A recent well known English visitor to this country expressed the thought ihat Americans were too busy a itojdo, that they were to J»u*y a people, I hut ihey took too few amnions mid wore them­ selves out from overwork. This may or mnv not he holly lute. hut we incline to flic belief tlutl il i*. The Anierican is of ii highly Miiimr.nfrvons temperament, hard worker ami lii* nvent re life i**aiil to I* shorter iliun ihnt of jlie nation* of Europe, and cspei'-iully as coiti|ured with that of his Knjilihh cousin. Two Classen of Americans are to be found. The ent is full of energy, bustle and business at all limes. He is business from the word go. ami in the North­ western states he is a continuous boomer. The other is more a gentleman of ease. He has htB business hours and h«s time for pleasure. Very frequently he allows business to go to the dogs to have his •day's sport, and at all times sees to it that he has hi3 proper recreation. The late Secretary Folger ...

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. — 26 September 1884

vor. 9. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ®. II. 1 JtXBI?4Jf7 Attorney a I law, UTILE FALLS, MINN. JOHN TVL GOETZ, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Gorman s|Ven Ir.'^ur.niee nni co lections. Office at th« Otu:l honst?. LITTLE KALLR, MlS'X X. Ll.NItt.EKOH, L. W. im.W. LINin!i KGH BII.LS, ATTORNEYS AT LA W. in Dr. i-itauiorn' former office. UTTLE VA L$, MIKK. A.Y. STOUfCY. D. T. CALHOt'N. STOREY* & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Oft'ce at the Court House. LITTLfi FALLS, MINN. "'NrRTCHAKDS^ Attorney and Counsellor at Lav/. AKftllt. for !h? American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and «eKi renl -t!nte, and lnnris money on s«ra«. AJso has tHrs'i amount uf cliou'-.: tami and town lots for KRIC-, LITTLF! FALLS, MINN. Official. J. D. LACHANCE, COTJKTY AUDITOR. Will attend to collections, pay tuxes, redoom Innds from t.n: B-alog, ,tr. in Mor riionnnd adjoining comities. Office at Court House, Little Fall'!, Morrison County, Minnesota. LYMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORIIISON' COUNTY. JI1NN. Pay Taxes. Will fM'iiish Ab...

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. — 26 September 1884

little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. There is great complaint of the smug liug of Chinese of both sexes across from British Columbia to American soil. American citizens on the Pacific coast are justly incensed be­ cause the laws are so scandalously evaded. They area unit in demanding that the Chinese shall go and not re­ turn. If the railroad rates of transportation were the same as in 1865, the price of wheat in Chiaoga baaed on the parity of New York quotations would be about fifty cents per bushel. In that period the rate has declined about 05 per cent. The average charges on lake and canal from Chicago to New York in August were 5.96 cents for wheat and 4.77 cents for com, which are about -30 per cent, of the rates charged in 1872. Harper's Bazaar has an article descrip­ tive of winter in Manitoba which gives »ne a chill to read, as it depicts scenes not unlike records of life in the arctic zone, and makes one feel like encourag­ ing expedit...

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. — 26 September 1884

ZiXTTUB COBSAIB. For tho Companion. An incident of Collins' Tonr of England Tho heart of the rod in an bled, Hut strangers looked on his pain The cLief must bury his dead, But nut ou hi3 native plain. The flower of his prairie nest Lay withered in Scotland's air, And his sunlight set in tho west As ho wept for little Corsair. At sign of too white man's hand Ho ha! corn's, with a favored few Of his wild Iowa band. To the Old World oat of the New And the courts of power and pride Gave him welcome everywhere, With a smile for his dusky bride, And a kiss for little Corn air. But the pretty babe—(did it pino For it.-i hoine-land over tho sea?)— Fell sick at No woastle-on-Ty e. And died at "bonnie Dundee." Oh, vain were the soothor's arts, Tho sifts of tho rich and fair! And praise fell cold ou tho hearts That mourned for little Corsair. Shou-ta-yi-ga! sunk is thy crest, 'first red on the war-wave TP,m! Tlie heart in tho tiger's breast Was Hoft as the heart of a lamb. His iollowors, dumb ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 26 September 1884

1* Bring in your Dry Goods, JL1TTLE FALL8 MEAT MARKET fcv- All A ttiil.I ot J-IWi. fiiU.S. anuwi llailif" &K i-ard, nrifj everything UJ £wgf unity kept in a first cl«ss j|55gf Mient mark-i, constantly on Iiaud. %. LITTLE PAW^.-^RRXX., ?LwiSrt£r&?-Hr We Buy all Kinds of' Dressed Meats and FarmProduce And Pay the HIGHEST CASK PRIOESS For the same. BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & 00. AT A. TANNER'S OHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes, 10 WO III JU Keady-made Clothing- J. W. BERG DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARD WARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, IMPROVED HOWE SOAL "13 lARJpg ng Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Pla stcring Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper and Sbetit Iron Ware made to-order. Repairing promptly done. LITTLE EAL3LS LUMBER CO JWnefactuTcr of and dealer in PINE LUMBER. Rough and Dressfct^all lrincls. Lath, Shingles, Pickets, Sash, Doors, and Huf...

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. — 26 September 1884

J)! pli's. «5'- Ijctlau.v Laconics. hcj»l. 94,.-1884. 'School began i« 1isirfcr No. l«l on onduy of last, week, wii'.i iir aUcnd anc.e. Mi'ii. M. A., VYhiiaker -wiolcls the birch for the third term, four months *iis time. School will ir^ec in district No 20 on Monday, Oct. 6. r. A. Vvhitnlmr is to 1)o I tic tiling spirit aiming th« wim* tdi'.w. and they may find it advantageous to U:t (U'COIWW. Those beautiful Mack song.Urrs vmn r.rnily called crows-are fortning-cxcursion parlies to spend the winter south. W. II Thompson is bids from his tri| o!J the Little Falls".& Dukota and is now at work oa his nutv lioiust Some •or the neighbors ore asking who she is and v, hen *he will lie hen .Mr. and Mrs. Fearing gave a party to a few invited guest* in honor of the 13lh birthday of thi-ir eldest, son, James. Ail present enjoyt-.l one of thos» good old jollifications that caa bo had only at Mis* Mary Green shot an owl off of her' •••father's gate post the other evening. Un­ welcome visito...

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. — 26 September 1884

A. QUESTION. .oy comes and goen hope abbe and flows Like the wavo Changftdovs unkuit the tranquil strength of in^xi. Love lends lifo a Utile grace, A few sad eruilos, Mid then Loth ate bid in one cold place, In the grave, Dreams dawn and fly, frionda ftiaile and die Like Hp ring flowers Our vaunted iiie is one long funeral. Mon li£ graves with bitlor tears F'.v thoir dead hopes and all Maisod with donbta and wick with fears Count the hours. Wo count the hours, Tiieso dreams of oura FaUe and hollow. Do wo go lience and And they are not dead? Joys we dimly apprehend, Faces that smiled and fled, Hopes born here, and born to the end, tthall we follow'' —Matthew Arnold. She was the embodiment of beauty. None coukl have thought otherwise. ?eoing her as she sat there alone on the piazza, lie*.lovely form slightly inclined, her hands clasped on her lap, and one small and simply foot lightly tapping tho floor the long, sweeping lashes drooping languidly over her dreamy, lustrous eyes. and a ...

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. — 26 September 1884

•TV,.. I BLAISE AND MAN. How the Country is Solidifying for the National Repub­ lican Ticket. Campaign Votes. At a republican seuatorial convention hold at Mar,-slifiell, Wis., Hon. C. M. C. King, of iSSeiils villo watt lion.iiniiod for st&to seu&tor. No^v Yoi'k Triluno: Tho great fact which ihe New lettern eatftblish that Mr. Blaioe was the victim of vVnrron Fisher, deceived by him from thr- atari, induced to involve himself and friend* in aii undertaking in which they all nufffeui'!, crippled by tho refusal of Fisher to keep his word, persuaded when disaster came to borrow money for the enterprise upon his personal credit, and finally left in the lurch by liia prof'^' friond, who reasoned that Mr. lilatne, V.ing a public man, could_aever afford to demand what wr.s justly due him, for fear of aoandul. Aagudti Special to Chicago Tribune: It in well known that tie lettern have been hawked about for nomd time with a view of getting Mr. Biaiue'n friends to atop their publicatio...

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. — 26 September 1884

Too Macji Wlieat. Fargo, Sept, 23.—-The wheat crop hereabouts is being rapidly transferred from ilw shocks to the granary, ilic ninjor part it going to the thresher direct from.the shock. Uut little injury has txjcn done in the Hpriirfgat* by the rain, and it will not atijmjeinhly mince the grade in the augivgaSif. A iremrnl dis­ position to tuifn tu wmci other farm in­ dustry than v.lirat is everywhere evi­ denced, ami with the amount of summer following thiit will hednne next reason, it in this section will benny greater than this jrar. Many of the bonanza farmers announce their intention to let large acreage lie idle. The superintendent of the grea-. Raymond and Chase bonanza farm states that a full section will be left tinHown. This will be imitated by many others. Flax is talked of as a substitute partially for wheat, and the raising of cattie will be extensively tried. Broin the Duluth New*, Explorm are showing specimen® of silver—almost the pure stuff too—tnkeh from land# in ...

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. — 3 October 1884

v-' hSM,i A. TOI.9. S.x^V W. -f»4 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Le^al. jeT H.ilKjmIiT Attorney atLaw* "LITTLE PALLS, MINN. "JOHN ETZ, ATTOBXtlT AT i. l.W. 0«rHi*?] apokeo. Insur&ace auid collections. Office at the court house. LITTLE FALLS, Q. A. Attorney and Counsellor at taw. Afent tor the American Agency & Collection Co. Sayi and sells real estate, and loan* money MM Abo has a feftd *ad H. BATZER, COUNTY fURVEYOR •Will locate lands, pay ti tend to all business in tbat 1 »r Ifgi- References givon when OT A Medical, *'~A. J! MmisTflTaT' PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, "Would announce tliat lie 1ms resumed the practice of medicine in its various branches. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. IJPOfflca over Tnttle & Churchill's. A. GUERNON, M. D„ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. "Will promptly attend to all business it tfce line of his profession. U. 8. Pension Examining 8urgeon. Offiice over Win. Butler's store. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. B. A. FOBTIER, M. », C. M. Graduate of Victoria College Montreal, Canada, Physician a...

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. — 3 October 1884

Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLFai, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA.. month. The lesson of a few years ago, when railroads tnd all other roads was early and contimudiv Ldockaded, ought In a general way the people of tins country are becoming educated as to the nt'ce^sitv of the preservation of for­ ests, as they are to the p.vithetic value of the propagation and ornamental trees. Tho subject has two distinct phases, the material one and the icsthet ic one. It in not alono the conservation ot the r.treams which is to bo consid ered r• .poi-rar.t, ui this tuidonbl-txlly is the quest "or. of the incrnasod co.sc of lumber it' oum of the highest consequou CO3, voaohii ./ as it do-:-:* iti tho matter of l'ejit.s tiio .:o i\bo have litrlo voice in dealing with the subject, bat wl.o are iu the !a •.•nrdy.-jb greatly alVeeted by the ma'u.t' iu which ic is dealt with. Mv. %r.atias Doim-silv, it nouuof-d. uill shortly publish It in soicerimea superlicially argued that the great crops of...

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. — 3 October 1884

!--r i'. WAsiTFiawm I was engaged to Angeline Melville, and I thought myself the luckiest mail living, Angeline was so handsome that. no stranger ever saw her without ex­ pressing admiration, and did not weary Avith the face after years of familiarity •with it. She was well bread, accom­ plished and a great heiress. I hadrea BOH to believe that she was very fond of me. No man could bo more content than I was, as I leaned back in the first-class carriage, which took me from Glasgow into the country to the Tale of Cruix, where I was to preach a few Sabbaths. The pulpit was vacant, and I was going to try my wings. With my pecuniary prospects I scarcely thought I should care to accept a call to tho Vale of Cruix. but I had no ob­ jection to filling its pulpit for a few weeks, especially as Angelina had gone to the west coast, and Glasgow was warm and stufty and stupid. Casual remembrances of elegant par­ sonage.-! built in Queen Anne's style, of a stud where the footfalls were soft­ ene...

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. — 3 October 1884

Dry Cloods, Lifrti FALLS MEATl«IT We Bnv all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce Bring in your And Pay the HICHEST CASH PHICE3S For the same. BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. d. P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes, 1 4 Keady-made Clothing J.W. BERG —DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools. mm IMPROVED HOWE SO AX. E if ng Itet Paper, Glass,! Putty, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Coppsr and Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. LITTLE FALLS LUMBER CO Mcafecturer of end dealer in PINE LUMBER. Bjugb ai»d Brcss*1^,"all kinds, Lath, Shiiigles, Pickets, Sash, Doors, and Building Paper. 3iUs Sawed to Order. A Little Falls, Mian. DlSALER IS STAPLE & FANC GROCERIES AKJD A FULL LINE Ol?" FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO A. ISTD CIGARS. Best stock of Cigars in town. Choicest brands of Tobacc...

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. — 3 October 1884

-Village Council. Regular meeting of the village.coua cil held at the recorder's office in Lit­ tle Kails, Minn., Oct. J, 1884. All present. On motion duly seconded report of Just regular meeting was, read and ap­ proved. Yil'ayo attorney's report was read and filed. The committee appointed to baild a eylvert on First street reported that the work .was finished and had been accepted by them. Report was adopt­ ed. On motion th« following bills were itillowe d: JVfiiton Willsee, work on culvert $70.00 Maurin & Mcdvod, material iur nislusd for use on culfert and Council adjourned. 88 54 nailrf for crossings Janien liroH'ii, tcsHii ui vert Anthony Porter, boarliug oner 2 00 A. K. Hull, lumber 27 70 •il- 17 00 pns- Jn motion duly seconded the peti­ tion of Peter Lemav asking to be rein Htated as village marshal was rejected on the ground that no charges were preferred against the present marshal, Frank X. Lafond. A Sad Fate. Morris Sun, Sept. 23: Yesterday afternoon about four o'cloc...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 3 October 1884

HOW! WOU' MY WIFE. Traiirtlatod from tho Gorman by Rlioila. The opening of tho Grand Industrial Exposi­ tion had brought me to the city in the early part of the spring of 187!'. Tired ironi long stanmng and v, ]kiug around rnoro tired still by th.? show-* and wonderful exhibitions of th'i mighty progress ot civilization at liome diH playo.'i at t.'us exponition, 1 turned my steps lioiiK'v.'ivrd one afternoon mrliov than usual I hi'.d t.ikon ii :ivo of my frien Is, making an en­ gagement for a reunion inter ouin the evening1, and dire., ted my course to ocio of tho quint riimaT* of ftm cic in which ray hotel was ait uatO'l The lesa frequent tc.o bazaars and ahou-wiiidowH becnue so much more insignif­ icant became the number of foot passengers on the street8. But it neemed to nie a much inoro Hlyliah looking part of tho city than tho public drives of the central portion, because hfire the high, grave-looking houee» were eith­ er Government offices or were inhabited by city officials o...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 3 October 1884

ESTRANGED. There are some sou's that ever walk alone In tine brief rotrail of human life, Stifling wi thiii the ever riaiug moan J^Ht ii betray their constant inward p.tri.'o. No soft car3B«.Mig hauls are laid in theirs, No voicei Bj eakint l.tindly words of cheer, We n:oet aurl theia often unawares Although they seo as,arid chuck the rising tear. Those are the oereob of a midnight bloom So rat a and fair, tho' shrouded 'mirl the gloom The mys'ic plunof life wouldstiil bo incomplete 1'nJcr.B rhe puth of fate, which tbo.-e have trod Still bore tlio imprint of their weary feet Striving au'l toiling toward tlie heights of God. •ii}. twitsm\m. From tho New Orloaut Times-Democrat. I "Upon ray •word, mamma, I look upon it as a impertinence."' Mrs. Talbot laid In baby across-her lap face down ami jolted it gently, at the same time patting persuasively its exceedingly limp back. "Positively an impertinence," she went on "it's as much us to say, 'You are so export in tins sort of thinp:, and...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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