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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 3 October 1884

From tbe Bmluerd Jo\»rnaL The roller rink will be closed Oct. 1st £r Wie improvement tbaf art to he made, and will open with a grand ma»ju«mdv abouwhe 11th ot'Oct. The Lotta Le- broupbt up ten too* of potatoes from Crow Win^ fu-s(!«y for the Commercial? bote). The jirmufx* Were raided oi CtHirles Hit}lie's Crow Wi»g farm. 1 he books stt the expies^ oJUee oiiow the total 8hipr»»'»M if bhwhenitd by fx prees from Brainml this season lo be 7,i43 half.buehelfi rrntes, of whick amount J. II. Ilallett shipped 4,3l7crates1 L. J. Cale 3,379 crm?fc, aad other parties 247 crates Dr. J. K. Ilowes haw closed a trade whereby he takes M. K,Bwartz't interest in the Brainerd flouring mill, wbich in­ cludes the majority of the stock of the mill company. He trades to Mr: Hwariz hi# East Brainerd hotel building, some xeal estate in Howes' addition to Brain­ erd, md various other pieces of city real estate, amounting to $20,000 in value, •which was the estimated value of Mr! SwArtss*s interest in the mi...

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. — 10 October 1884

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Lejfal. £. H. FAMHAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN ETZ, ATTOK\KV AT I.IW. Gwrmuu spoknn. Insurance and coHttctlon«. Office nt the «onrt liou»t'. LITTLE FAtLS. MINN C. A. LI«»BKI:OH. L. W. BIU.3. LINDBERGH & 1ULT.8, A1T0KNKYS AT LAW. Office iu Dr. SSInnnoiw' former oflico. I.J'n'I.iC TA1A .... MINN. A.F. DTOI1KT. D. T. CALHOUN. STGREYC& CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT 1AW. Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellcr at Law. Agent for tin- Amerienn Agency & Collection Co. Bnjrn and h^Jls rcil relate. nnd twins money pji tMtUKi. Also biiK a hir^t nuiouut of vli'jiei Mini mid towu lots lor snk'. LITTLE FALLS. MINN. OI!isia I. J. D. LACHAWCE, COUNTY AUDITOR Wil\ attend to collections, pity taxes, rtd&t/m lands frani t«* snies, &c. in Mor rUon u)"-l adjoining counties, Office nt fc'ourt Iloijie, Little Falls, Morrison Cow 11(7, Minnesota. LYMAW SIGNOK. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORUISON COU NTY,' MI*N. Will fumM...

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. — 10 October 1884

ip- •«a mmB Little Falls Transcript. W. FULLER, Publisher. JLITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The national treasury is loaded down 'with over $130,000,000 gold end $45, 000,000 silver. These sums are far be­ yond any present or prospective re* qturements of the government and are continually increasing in volume. The mere signing on Sunday of a •contract which ia not delivered on thai day does not avoid the contract, accord ing to the decision of the Suprenw Court Of the United States in the case of the Gibbs & Sterrett Manufacturing Company vs. Brucker, of which a report has appeared. Bigamy is a crime very much more common among men than among wom­ en, but, occasionally there is a female bigamist with along record of matrimo­ nial experieucoa. A late trial in Netf York has attracted a good deal of at­ tention. A woman who now calls her­ self Annie E. Whetmore, was arrested some time ago for bigamy in marrying a man named Hawes, whom she was be­ lieved to know was already married. Her t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 10 October 1884

*R .1 ?.2«I I /ysr But who wants to go to Hall? He pronounced it the old way. "It was a most strange question. Members glanced at each other in a sur­ prised and somewhat affronted way, and eaid nothing. Then the new member spoke up again: "Nobody wants to go to Hall nobody wants to travel any" road to Hali so where in the nation is the use in hunt­ ing up a new one "After an awkward pause, the presi­ dent said, with a cold and cruel bland ness of tone and mnnner: 'It is evident that our new acquisi­ tion is not familar with the ways of geo­ graphical societies. If he will reflect a moment, it may occur to him that his question need be changed in words only, not in sense, to read, "Where is tho use in searching for the Northwest pas­ sage?" "It was an awfnl shot. I pitied the poor ass with all my heart and I could see that others did, too, though naturally wo couldn't help enjoying the annihilat­ ing completeness of the presidents re­ tort. But what do you think It nev­ er pheazed 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. — 10 October 1884

•m. !*,-l C* Dry Goods, LITTLE FAILS MEAT MARKET u:*. Aii ..Hi'..' t'i in* Hanii* Ijmt, and tMvrytnliiK iw iKilly ktjA ui Hm cinsi meat rwtii ri$?*tuiitly Oil llUH'.t. lin"l'LK KAJLf-S. MiX.W We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the HIGHEST CASH PRICES For the same. in your BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, 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, Ready-made Clothing J. W. BERG -DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools, IMPROVED HOWE 9CAL JE ng Paper, Glaps, Pulty, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris Plastering'Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware mad© ta order. Repairing promptly done. LITTLE FALLS LUMBER CO nvfacturcr of and dealer in PINE LUMBER. Baugh and Dressed,'all kinds, Lath, Shingles, Pickets, #Sa*h, Boors, and Building Paper. Sawed to Order. 1 Little Falls, Mion. DBALSn lit ST AT*L£ A: FANCY AN!) A F...

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. — 10 October 1884

TVV FoHo winp j* tbe 'report of the graded pf.hool far the month emflnar Oct. 8r 1*T*1UMAHT JVEI'AUTMRWT. .Nr.rneg of (hone fteitber ataent nor Wniy::• Thorn naiWoods, Alexander Lemieax, Llzitje Ant, MHUe fllll. Cnrn Priest, Maude Billiard, M»ry Coleman, Kmnva Sharon, Mnr^u^rltte Guertion, Florence Doni'lais, tfwv Perry, Geoigo T!*vntm, Tho:ita*Riendeau, Alvie Rounds1, JoiK'ph Letoieux, Mary Kerich, 2cli« Bowman,' Cora Rhodes, Total enrollment.... ........ 1. 88 Averag# attiendauce... 63 CARHIK M. Budww. 2st) PnjLVARY DKPARTMKNT. Xtime# Hf those, neither aiwent nor t«r»1y .. ., Annie Ant, Ad»!i« Tinner. Jo/tp Ant, 0r» Doujrlass, Minnie Keeler, Mary Rosso, Fred Ballard, ify'nk Myatt, Bert Cole, Nelson Montbriand, Jiat'ear Montbriand, Loujs Montbriand. Tot*! enrollment........... .. 68 Average attendance........ 55 SAIHB FULLKH. INTEKMKIJIATB HEPAHTMK7?T. Names of those neither absent nor tardy: Laura Guernon, Denis Woods. Total enrollment.......... 01 Average attendance..... ..... 32...

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. — 10 October 1884

t! 1 *f -11 UWr *t r) P"« TBSQU aOTMlin HUB&UU). When old Mother Hubbard Wont to the cupboard Her costumo was modest, though queer As ihe ham-bone she nought 'Twas little she thought How the future would deal with her gear. Wheu ilrst her old fashion Bocamo a strong passion, They truthfully copied her gown— Of fancies Iho oddest, Short-w.visted and modest, Long-sleeved, narrow-skirted, and brown. But the lato innovation That's shocking the nation Loaves horarms, like tbo cupboard, all bare. Of the puffy high nock Thore is loft not a speck, And too much is revealed of the fair. The gaury confusion Of lace and illusion Would shock Mother Hubbard outright She'd never indorse it, Nor own to the corset— M!ayhap she would die of tho fright —New York Morning Journal. THE BIlAfEST ARE NOBLEST. "Leua. yon will surely not disappoint me in this yon will not dance wit.'.. Captain Lemore again?" "But I will, Clarence I have prom­ ised him the very next waltz, and he's a splendid dancer! And ...

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. — 10 October 1884

11 II' -~~L- |x, rf t« l/S' 1 !#9~ ti* SUSMTA HEWS NOTES. Mhnmot* Baptist*. At the meeting in Winona of the Baptist State Convention, the report of the corresponding secretary of the convention board, Rev. H. "Woods, was presented. This report represents only the work t!one' by tbe missionaries of the entire work of the whole denomination. The convention, in cooperation with the Home Minaion society, has had in ita employ thirty ntmionariea, their terms of service varying from one month to a full year. The summary of their work gives 1,80s} week's of labor 8,409 sonnons preached 43 clmrches and 17 out-sta­ tions supplied 1,833prayermeetingsattended 7,5)14 iftugiouB vi«its made 252 additions by baptism ^71)by letter and experience total tit:'), rawing the rnombernbip of the mission churches to 1,454, Benevolent contributions to homy misHions, •ttw to foreign missions, $401.97 to the publication society, $M}. 57 to ministerial education, $03 toother benevolent objects, abont $2o0, Twe...

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. — 10 October 1884

--I HI V? 4 M- Storing i'otatoc*. HIK, r«s chainjwoii*. -1 (KW'.urc storing in +!IR: objection uj readily checked »md removed. The- ehief I J^1^' let Duluth News: As moat of our people know there is considerable rivalry be­ tween Ilue Duluth and lit. C'lond intliiary companies, for it has been learned that the one most proficient will be mustered inlo the single yaeaney in the national guards. Of course, the News expects the Duluth company to get the place, but the following item, taken from a St. Cloud paper shows that the company there is working for the place: "Drill at the armory every Tuesday and Friday evening, at o'clock sharp. We will 8 walk olf with the whole leather medal crop or perish in the attempt." There has btjen more bustlo in the cam­ paign tinee Mrs. Lockwood cauae out.— Courier-Journal. Lumberman: McAllister Bros, will put in some 3,000,000 feet of logs on IVIooso river this winter, just to keep their hands in, and the cattle from idle­ ness. Wise economy would s...

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. — 17 October 1884

I :. W -t 3E. II FAK^HAM, Attorney at law. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN M. G051TZ, ATTORNEY ATL1W. fiermun a\kVr»n. Inwrance Office nt ih« «ourt house. LITTLIC FALLS, aixl oolluuiiong. MINN T. A. T.(NDB£.R«H. L. V/. Hn.ui. JJK2BEKGH & iSir.LS, ATTOBNJSYSAT LAW. Ofticu in lir. Simmons' fornw* Office. j.rixi.r: tat.b, mixn. A.F. 8T0KSY. D. T. CA J.IiOON. 8T0BEY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT J. AW. Ofrlce at the Court House, L1TTU? FALT.S, MINN. N. KIOHABDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Ajjent for the American Agency & Co! lee-lion Co. Buys and .vall» real estate. find loans u:oncy ou turns Also fciic a 1his« amount of clit.ice lnwl ami tov.'n lots for sale. LITTLK FALL?. MfKN. axsrnacmi-acrr: Ottioittl. ~Tri)T"L ACH anceT COUNTY AUDITOR. "WW Httenil to collections, pity taxes, redeem hind# IVam tax &c. in iLr ri»on *nd rtdjoinins: conn tics. Office at Oourt, Howse, Little Fulls, Morrison County, Minnesota. IYMAN SIGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRIHON COUNTY, MINN. Will fSmiisl...

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. — 17 October 1884

life t&ft iv^3M little Falls Transcript. W. M. FITLLEU, Fubliaher. IilTTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. Hostilities in China have begun fa affect tho price of ten. markets. Then has been au increase of prices all round and importers are by no means dis posed to press sales. Chicago has been investing an aver age of about $10,000,000 a year in nen buildings, the feature in structural worl there this year being the number o: large and expensive commercial edificc under way. There is one item that the agricultur­ ist produces that bears relatively a high price, and that is, meat. It fol­ lows that the production of beef, mut­ ton, pork and poultry ought to ba a paying business. With wheat at CO cents a bushel this matter is worth con­ sideration. It is aaid that the shrinkage of stocks has reduced Yauderbilt's fortune near­ ly one fourth though he still enjoys a comfortable income, and is not au ob­ ject of commiseration. Another turn af the wheel of fortune may restore his stocks to their 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. — 17 October 1884

I wmr suotobstt i? 3y Helen Ml WinBlow. My canary sings the whole day long, Belaud his gilded bara. Shut in from all that birds enjoy Under tho sua and stars: The freedom, grace and action fine Of wild birds ho foregoes, But spite of that, with happiness His little heart o'erflows. "The world ie wido, And birds outside In l\:u»py cheer always abide Why shouldn't!?"* I, too, mu^t dwell behind tho bara Ot toil find sacrifice From i^very heart and weary brain My prayora orsongs arise But ill around, sad hearts alxjund, And troubles woreethan mine, If aught of comfort I can bring To ti'fcin, shall I repine? Gout* world ia wide If I can hide The crowding tears and aing beside— Why shouldn't I? lll'S BETEMIMTIOI "There is a good deal in having a sincere and enthusiastic admiration for one's candid date and I bahevo there is not a single indi­ vidual of our party who does not feel a pro­ found and zealous esteem for the gentleman who has honored us by accepting the noxaina fcion," Mr. Reub...

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. — 17 October 1884

-"i! ''V .1 Bring in your Dry Goods, -•f' LiTTLE FALLS MEAT MARKET Boots & Shoes, 1 xtantlv We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the XIIGEtEST O.^V.SH ORI^IOjEOS 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. AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Keady-made Clothing J.W. BERG —DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARD WARD, All kinds of mechanics' and fanning tools, IMPEOYED HOWE BOA. I/JE ng Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime,'Cement, Plaster of Paris, Plastering Hair, IKON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Copper and* Sheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. LITTLE FALLS LUMBER CO MnnfaetH?er of and dealer in B^jghand Dressed,"all kinds. iiai JBillsSawed to. Order. Xifctle Falls, Minn. „v. JAMES STUART DB.vlek is STAPLE& FANCY ill AK1 A FliLL LIKE OF FRUITS, CONFEO TiSREEY, TOBACCO .A. JST'JD CIGARS, Ssa?" stock of Cigars in town. Choicest brands of Tobacco. Arctic Soda Water Always 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. — 17 October 1884

S«*rg 'nt Bryant, of »he U. S. army, in inwn for a dort lirm one day »a*t w,,k. ami made caN* or, eevea.il of hi* 'i lends. He was stationed at I'Miley for srreral year-* »t h.s.s many 1 ev-'onul friends in this town. for *-,••• ~r\l Years be has been at Ft. SneilJng. is now enjovir.ee a six months' r.'^i .iivl wiiJ visit Washington and ihe \ViiS«l'j f'V.ie a! Ne-v Oi jeans. tior. when he fusi reuiraed. S.isnuel 3fe'rtui -v re.fnrned from Grand Forks. D.mi Fn-'-n vh«M*c fie lin« been at work f'.r.s-ev m! months. lie remmed on account, uf hi h-N-dth,! from having lots of Democratic paint line, and did fome very hmd and A Card. To all who so kindly gave their aid during my recent illness, and to many others who in different ways expressed kind sympathy. I wish to extend my most sinctre and heartfelt gra iiwde. MRS. LtoY PICK LEY. JSLIW FURNITURE STOKE. E. 8. Button, having recently come to Little Falls, wiKhe«j to announce to his new neighbors that he has come to stay, •and has brough...

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. — 17 October 1884

Z&lr i:s?tV( l&Mui witfSW' .hi A' mmMLM 1 ATI1E0RT OF GEYSERS. M. Description of tha Wonder* of til* Yel­ lowstone Park. Letters 16 the Worcester (Ma«s.) Spy. Perhaps as rational a general theory, as any in regard to tbe present condi­ tion of things in tlie valley of the Gard­ ner river (for the western part of the National Park is the valley of the Gard­ ner, which empties- into the Yellow­ stone river near the northwestern cor­ ner of the park), is this: The geologi­ cal formation of this region was a bed of magnesian limestone, either resting upon or superimposed by a bed of silicate rock. The theory of details is modified by position and conditions. By volcanic action this bed of lime­ stone was changed to quicklime, which now, through the chemical action of water, is producing the effect witnessed in the form of geysers, boiling springs and the like. For 50 miles or more (the distance from the Mammoth Hot Spriugs.to the upper geyser basin), the surface, to a greater or...

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. — 17 October 1884

nmb C#' C/ ', V- :v"-: A ooarooao :X» I&: r' i1!! :', U*-., '•,. "... v-v- ..-^ ^.^•r !':T^ IOTB most Shall we meet again, love, In the distant Wtien. love, When the Now is Then, low, Aod the Present P*et? Shall the mystic Yonder, On which I ponder, 1 Badly'wonder, With thee be cast? Ah, the joyleea fleeting Of our primal meeting, And the fateful greeung Of the How and "Why? Ah, the Thingness flying From the Hereneas, ingoing For a lovoundvicflt That fain would diel Ah, the Ifness aadd'ning. Ah, the WhichntflB macid'rong, And the But ungladd'ning, That lie behind! Wheu the signless token Of love is broken In the speech unspoken Of mind to mind! But the mind perceiveth VVhen the spirit grievoth, And the heart relieveth Itself of woe. And the doubt-miBts lifted From the eyes love-gifted Are rent and rifted Xu the warmer glow. In the inner Me, love, As I turn to thee, love, I seemed to eee, love, No Ego there. But the Meuesu dead, love, The Theeuesft fled, love, And born in«tead, l...

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. — 17 October 1884

I I ... lht'-':$^ Mich m-+M The Scliool Teacher ^rom the Minneapolis Journal. The New \'ork Tribnne sf*e* no rea •o» why school teRcliiiitr »hmild hoi be a*&ict£ to ilwr Umr rrog|»t ml esta'vs »S divinity, ui dieine, law and jonniaiiiMa, aud believe* that flu? r»« ofite not having vi'sen to this tligji'nji' rt.-its with the Seueheis iliniiM.iviv. They fail to umiiiiiy fliHrutile* 'Hi./ iire too apt Inn., tlpon it as a temporary resiniivfi. ii. the 1 (tieaus to an cud. nnd not sit Ute work.,.! The profession iiiO-t ilil prolan I to tin.* welfiiie and pro-privy oi Uu* state *4- thai •ofachool u-acher. It is tisr teacher \vnu Hiould.s the future fxUtcrs and mothers, Hie rulers of the land. No vocation can lie more responsible, or nunc bono table none better entitled to rank with the teamed professions. It will .so r»uk, it will also enjoy the emoluments oi" ihe other learned estate**, nhen teachers become mimed with a true sense of the nihility of their calling, nnd cease to regard...

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. — 24 October 1884

TV', I I VOI. 9- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. E. H/FABKHAir .Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN M. GOETZ, ATTORNEY AT I.AW. Ormm *jxk»n. In«urfcneo sud ooll«otion». 4fflce «t the court house. LITTLE FALLS, A.*. 8TOKEY. D. MIXN C. A. Likdbrrciit. I~ \Y. EILIA. UNDBEKGH & BILLS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Dr. Strainons' farmer office. LITTLE FA If!, .... 'it INN. T, CALHOUN. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT 1AW. Office «t tlie Court House. LITTLE FALLS, WINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney ami Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency A Collection Co. Burs and sell* rent o»lnte, end loans money pn *«». Also .hits a larxe nmeuiH of choiee bind ami town kits for twle. LITTLE FALL?, MINN. Ofllcial. J. D. LACHANCE, COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to collectioiis, pay taxes, redeem lam!" from tux sales, &c. in Mor rUonand ndjoiiiing counties. Oftiee at Court fIoiiP«, Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota. IYMAN SIGNOR.™~ KEGISTER OF DEEDS, MORIOSON county, Will CnrJilfih Attracts ...

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. — 24 October 1884

ft Little Falls Transcript. W. M. fULLEB, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. A fagged out political writes ^ysthat the uncertainty reigning in politics it is comforting to know that the base ball struggles for the year are practical­ ly over—blit he forge te thatnoxt 'year these struggles will be renewed, while the next is an "oil-year" in politics, and three more years fopqwing almost as much BO. The dynamite explosions in the new parliament house at Qnebec have crea­ ted great excitement in Canada. There is an investigation to be bad, but the materials for it are very meager. The dynamite and its guilty mastershave both disappeared, probably, for good* The Irish and French in Quebec are bitterly accusing each other of the crime and serious trouble is apprehended as the reBult of this exchange of compli­ ments. Vassar female college has graduated, altogether, 596 students. Of this number only 188 have married, or less than one in three. "Vassar gradu tes" have been supposed to con...

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. — 24 October 1884

V'Jp1 '«$• SSf fif. EOYEtY XUrW. Wo sat b«n«a.th th« budding trees— I held h«r dainty h»nd We felt tha gentle evening breeze Sweep o'or the slopping land. I evw tla© slender linger tips, Thfl bluahea on her cheek, The blooming roses on her lips, Ajid thonght I need not aoek Aiuoug the forest of the fair In all the goodly land To find a wealth of charms so rare Or such a lovely hand. I held another hand at "draw" That was abetter thing, AjuI bet the limits when I eaw Four aoea and king. —Moao M. Biqae. MSB A PLACE. Marfan sat thinking intently. With one linger pressed tightly against her lips and her eyea cost upon a small, very small parcel in her lap, she might have jat for a picture of Meditation. But an anxious wrinkle corrugated the fair brow, showing her cogitations to be of a different order from those usually in­ dulged in by maidens fher tender age. For indeed Marian had been trying vrith all the wisdom of her twenty summers —or win tern—to solve the problem of ways and mean...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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