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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 December 1884

•BC5 Dry Goods, LiTTLE FALLS MEAT MAR RET All kimw «I i*roci ?IIUiWgVS, UrtHlH Lard, anil evi-rytiiiiij? tis ually kep'. in fi«t class meat markv. eot^rmiely on hand. LITTLE FALLS, SIIX!*. We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Fay the 51 HIGHEST CASH PRICES For the same. Bring in your BEEF, PORK, YEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER &C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. J. P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TANNEK'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Sheos Keady-made Clothing J. W. BERG —DEALER IN— HEAYY & SHELF HARDWARD, .All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools MPROVED HOWE SCA jhg Pa per, Putty, Lime, Cement, Plasty of Faris, Plaster ing Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, UopperJaadJSheitf Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. LITTLE FJVLt.S LUMBER CO Alnnfac3*yWof and dealer I'd PINE UMBER. R)ugli und Dresst^'all kinds, Jiathj "Shingles, Pickets, Sash, Doors, and BuiMing Paper. Sawed to Orde E r. Little Falls, Minn. JAMES STUAR nBALER IK STAPLE & FA...

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. — 5 December 1884

1»'' WW '^V.V: lloyalton BipplMig'S. Royalton, Dec. 3,1884. All our ctack sportsmen are out on the titer nail. sei,st,n- ttiinuie horse. The Bel! Bros, haye moved into their jiew dwelling houses. I. W. Bourk is in St. Pan) on business I 'Maud Bui lard, Roy Tuttle, ,„iK i.iu Arthur Mrrotte, Anna Pantzke, foantctfd wiih his stoic. Leslie Porter, Willie Pantzke, W. W. Ruwell HUP sold out his interest: Eddie Coeneu, Ha/en Whitson,, in the roller rink at Clear Water. T',om'19 The Ladies' Aid sod'''v meets at Mrs. Aind^An tm''"' "L A. Bowers' on Thursday, Dec. 11, at 8 Acidic Tanner, j. m. Evevylxidy invited. The newspaper bonus is very meaner. Our business men feel that the mouth is willing, hut the piuve is empty. The ladies who uphold Women's Rights will give a nickiie parly at ths* Vink on Tuesday night, Dec. 9. T)r. Lonsdale moved here from Iowa his week, and po"s into Bonck's new 'building'. lie will banner himself as a •practicing physician, and r.lso keep a full line ol drugs and"...

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. — 5 December 1884

XV OCTOBER. Bh© eat beside rao on the ins tic peat, Where Autumn leaves of ra&set, red and gold Played hide and seek among the trees, and rolled, Pursued by latighing zeohyra to her fee# J. lie fragrant flowera offered her their sweet And fcilent worship, and I breathed the old, Old story that 'neath Eden's Bky was *u told' Tho drowsy beos. low humming, seemed to greet The sleepy twilight From the distant jslopea The tinkling vespers of tho grazing flocks It OHO heavenward. A Sabbath like re. pose Reigned o'er tho scene. The pale-faced helio­ tropes the Blnshcd faintly, and the graceful holly lie ck« Smiled a» 1 kissed my lovely Autumn rose. —Honry Seibert MR. I'l'DSTER'S RETl'RIV. CHAPTER I. Air. Solomon Pudster and Mr. Gideon Maggleby were bosom friends, nor conld they well be otherwise. They were both born on the 29th of May, 1815, in Gower Street, Bloomsbury Solomon entering npon the world's stage at an early hour in the morning, at No. 69, and Gideon first seeing the light ...

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. — 5 December 1884

T-' THAMSfilMG STORY. "Yon need not try to hide those pa­ pers, Bessie I know what they are," mid Walter Allison, with a sad little smile, aa he watched the motions of his wife. Mrs. Allison had just taken the bills, for bills they were, from the post-car rier afc the door and as she stood be­ fore the bureau mirror, fastening her hat, she had endeavored to slip the ug­ ly, yellow envelopes out of her sick husband's sight. "Yea," sighed Mr. Allison again, "X know very well what they are—^ut how they are to be paid, or when, I ilon't know, I am mire," and he clasped his thin white har.dn over his eyes with s, low moan. Hir wife was at his side in a moment. "Don't be disheartened, dear," she said, olioerily. "You are getting well *o fast now, and after a while I know Vv shall get out of these difficulties. \Vhy," she added, playfully, "I am go­ ing to collect a bill of my own this morning, to the value of $20. You DUght not to have looked about so curi­ ously, and then you would not h...

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. — 5 December 1884

... *1 .. 4 All ISxccillaut Ma*r«iaB»ws. Peterson's Magnzioe for December •cun to usmhwui of tll'others, :to rettn«mt?nt,iii a pertVct marvel of beauty. There Is more than Sitmrttvd of -reading mat^y.: two tmpcrb stent! plntcs si colored -pattern, 'twsiJii-r evitr. tlmii a chroino a .colored fashion pinto, double size, prided from steel and more limn half a hundred, •wood cuts M»f fashions, woi kstnble pat t«sriii, etc., tic. The storU-c «ru excep­ tionally good: though "PeU'Vsmi" sulways hat the*very best. sltds a standing his plan can be skated on with regular wonder to us how tbi-s magazine tun We Iice skalds the resistance of the surface xfurni.siiul nl its low price: it can «nily i« just eqrtal to (hat of ioe, it looks like (be explained by the t«onHnu.s circulation riee, and indeed when it baa b«ea skated which "Peters n" has bad now.for more. Than thitiy years. Me really-Mtypopc •thwr are low mr.iHes, «utll per4.'»diug wiirJi'.this ova^azin'-' is -not to tie found. .Iidiiiis,...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 December 1884

VOI. 9. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Legal. E. If. FAKV1I VJI. Attorney at taw, LITTLE ly- FALLS, MINN. JOHN M. GOETZ, ATTOltXEY IT W. (Jtjnnan spOk«n. Insurance and collections. Office at the *onrt homse. LITTLE FALLS, MINN C. A. LlNBBEKWIf. I,. \V. BII.I.S. JLINDBEROH & BITXS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Dr. Simmons' former otRce. UTTLK TAIJB, .... MI NX. k. K. STOREY. 0. T. CALHOUN. STOREY & CALHOUN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at. the Court House. T.ITTI.K F.A1.LS, MINN. ~~5^mcBARisdWr Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for tfni American Agency & Collection Co. BuyB and sella rent estate, nml louns money on same. Also ha? a large ai-.ioant of clinice land and town lots for nalo. LITTLE FAU/% MINN. OiKciuI. J. D. LACHANCE, COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will nttend to collections, pay tuxes, rettaein lands from tax sales. &c. in Mor­ rison and adjoining counties. Office nt Court House, Little Fulls, Morrison County, Minnesota. LYMAN SXGNOR. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRISON COUNTY, MINN. Will...

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. — 12 December 1884

w: little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLEIi, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The Vermont legislature has refused to create a railroad commission with powers and duties similar to those oi the admirably constituted Massachusetts board, and ha3 also rejected a bill to prevent discrimination against "short hauls." The reported plague in Western Vir­ ginia and Eastern Kentucky, resembles cholera and is called cholera by the people. It is propagated- like cholera, through drinking water polluted with its germs. It acts quickly and with most of the symptoms of cholera. That it is sporadic: is true nevertheless it rages Under conditions almost exactly like those which prevail in cholera seasons and districts, except that the scourged reigon is mountiiuous and high above the sea level, and that the cause which first led to the use ef impure water was drouth. Emigrants are pouring into California at the rate of 1500 to 1800 a week. Most of them settle in the southern part of the St_te and ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 December 1884

itf' -.' Alii 'S 3 The three Misses Tibbs were, without doubt, inf n, fever of delight. Simply an event was about to happen, which, though it may more than once in a woman's life, on its first happening is especially fraught with excitement. One of the Misses Tibbs, the eldest, Jennie, a very pretty blonde of twenty two, was about to be married, and nat­ urally the talk and thought all ran to matters matrimonial. The three Misses Tibbs were very busy, intensely so, not really mailing up the trousseau, for that important matter had been intrusted to the hands of Madame Lollipop, the eminent mod­ iste of Fifth avenue and Twenty-third street, but in evolving the hundred lit­ tle nothings that are supposed to apper­ tain to a wedding, and that mu.4, in the majority of cases, emanate from the home circle or near it. At this employment the three misses were busy, assisted by their Aunt Jane, who, as far as a surname went, might as well have had none, tor xlunt Jane she was to everybody, e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 December 1884

Dry Goods, LITTLE FALLS MEAT MARK! Bring in your H-*i. Ail kiuUs ol Meats. e»ustt#eft, Ham* lard, and everything us­ ually kept in a first claw raoit mark -t, constantly on hum). LITTLE FALT-S, MINN. We Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce And Pay the hiohest cash prices For the same. BEEF, PORK, YEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER?&C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Ml! taints Boots & Sheos Keady-made Clothing J. W. BERG -DEALER IN- HEAVY & SHELF HARD WARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools MPROVED HOWE SCA X. »g Paper, Glass, Putty, of Paris, Plastering Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, Tin, Coppar'andJSheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. LITTLE FALLS LUMBER CO Mnafacturer of nnd dealer in PINE LUMBER. Rough nnd Pressed,'all kinds, Lath, Shingles, Pickets, Sash, Doors, and Building Paper. ills Sawed to Order. Little Falls, Minn. JAMES STUART OKALfSP. 15 STAPLE & FANCY GROCER...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 December 1884

,W.L I" Clarke's dumber Camps. ]S P. Cbirke, of £t. Cloud. hasten luiniK! cfimps running tributary to Little Falls this winter,* being several less than he had ae tv ago. The t«! out of tiie camps will reach about 10,000.000 feet a lif.le m«rt than of the cm la^t vini'.-r. From H«n.A. .\Wt":ae, t-eneial t-uj"'«*rinu?n!i»nt of Choke's luuihering operations, we ham the location oft lie nr:p?, »ind the ntimes ol he patties who will mn th'.in, art folio.vs.: Four on Finite river, in chnnje of D. C. ('oiintr. Einmersoii Johnson, XV. T. Lambert anil A. W. Raymond. Two on Daggi-tt, in cbiirg? of Samuol Jannsand Dallahnn Bios. Gray & Libby, John Gilmer *nd G.G. KinihwH. One »n Crow Wins' in charge of Peter J. BM ke. The headquarters for obtaining sup plies for these cam|s Litti Falls. It bnnk an avernui of over t.OOO.O^O feH.| lower than last year, whiln \Migvs of men ar« a little more, than two -thirds asmuch. THE CLUB DANCES. The first of the series of dances to be given at the Popula...

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. — 12 December 1884

THE MOliHaa1 STYLE. Boxes of candy, light of the moon, KiH803 by starlight, desperate spoon Down on his kneefcto her, swearing their lovo, Out to the opera, murmuring dovo Beautiful hat-bands (bought in a store)— Sight* like a furnace, each other adore. Penning of verses, sending of books Languishing glances, deep, pensive looks. Hands clasping hands, eyes meeting eyea, Souls mixed with souls, some tears and more s:.f*hs. Eternal fi.l 'iity, the notice ia read •Seventeen bridesmaids, and then they aro wed. —Lowell "Citizon. BEHIND THE TAPESTRY. The first part of the strange story which I am about to tell happened some ten years ago. Tc-n years ago 1 was in the first bor­ row of my widowhood. I was child­ less, too and when the grave closed over my husband I thought there was no plane for me ia the world. I was ch, young and ray friends and my own reflections in the glass, told me that I was beautiful. Of conr-io I had many acquaintances what rich young widow has not? But acquaintanc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 December 1884

'y TILS SAIXiOS'B OBFHAK CB1IJ. How happy aeexna the sailor's lot, On summer seas to roara, With pleasant dreama of that wee cot Where wife and weans make home. But !.o must also face the war Of winds and waters wild, To fall, porchance, from home afar, And leave an orphan child. Tlio sailor in the tempest strives With might and main for yon, \Yhm variug billows race for lives, The sailor brings them through. Then rfiiccor those he 1 «avee benind, AH F«*adrift safoly isled, Tho bailor's orphan is a kind Of every parent's child. —Gerald Maeaey. DiimaLiliiRY. Jeremiah. C. Dayton was the right flank corporal of my company. No wonder ho was on the right Hank, for ho we.s by long odds the biggest man in the regiment. There was one or two who slightly overtopped his six foot three and a half in his stockings, but they wore spindling, nerveless, narrow-chested fellows, whom "Jerry" could twist round his thumb if it came to muscle. Where Jerry hailed from originally I never knew. He enliste...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 December 1884

Wheats DtihfUu f"roW» the Dtfhith New*. I have it fronrfcond authority that »*"P tiwst one half of Hie wfreai of the cif^p of J8B4 baa brei marketedso fur. Fjri'mer? are trying t» hohV btfCk her wheat oh bnshels per day ami there stiv.xri* *o be tu million bushels o? wbert jet !o come to Duluthftr,i» tte line of the Manitoba r:ad alone, and the question i.t how In secure .ft or«gu f»oirt. 1 .eaying out the Duhuh & Western building there is storage ea paoiiy here t'of about .r)^iX),(Xn h'tshels, over lr t!f of which ts already taken up am! at the present, rate of receipts overy ?iook anul corner will he filled by January ?ih would .«eem that there must he fully jm much MiCJit on the line of the Northen Pacific us on the Manitoba, and A Mild Winter ••Muskreta ain't trOublinr tiidrtisolvea tnaeh about a hard winfe-iV" stud un old iteuter yoatordav. "You don't fool tfoeaa much on tlie weather,'4 he" con* tmoed* "they're better than :m alma­ nac. Vvc watched them a good many Years «w...

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. — 19 December 1884

—r r* 4 I 4 f- V- VOI, 9- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I^eajn!. ». H..FARMIIA91, Attorney at law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN M. GOETZ, ATTORX KY I, A W. ^errann spoken. Iimiraricc and collections. Officeat (he court- house. LITTLE FA LI-*, MINN C. A. Lindbekgh. .. \\. HU-IA LINDBERGH & KILLS, ATTOliNKYS AT LAW. Office in Dr. Simmons' former office. LITTLE'FALS-'. .... MINK. A. V. 8TOKEY. 1). T. CAl.noIN. STOREY CAMIOtN, ATTORNEYS AT I, AW- Office at the Om House. IilTTl.K FALLS, MlJfN. ICELAKDS O N, Attorney and Counsrlhr at Lav/. Agent for the 'American Agency & Collection Co. Buys nnd sells '.ml estate, find io«n.* nioiiuv on sftroc'. Also lias litvte li-iountot choice lAnd and town lots for Palo. LIT'l'LK KALLS. MfXN. J. D. LACHANCT5, fODTITY AUDITOR. "Will attend to collection.*, pf.v taxes, redeem landt* from tax sales, £c. in Mor rinwn «nd ndjoinintr counties. Otfice at Ccvirf Littlu Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota. mm AN sxojfow.. REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOKIMSON COVXTY, MINN. Will...

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. — 19 December 1884

Little Falls Transcript. W. M. FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. Throat and lung diseases are fearful­ ly on the increase at the east, and the deaths from consumption pneumonia and bronchitis are much more numer­ ous than for several previous years. The lotal of deaths by the plague in "West Virginia and Kentucky is nearly three thousand. At last accounts the disease was subsiding, though deaths are still frequent. The New Orleans Fair will open De­ cember 16 and will continue all the •Winter and Spring. The best time to visit New Orleans will be in January and February. To be able to take in the annual carnival, just preceding Lent, and the big fair at the same time, would be a double treat. The transportation rates are now very mod­ erate, but possibly may be lower yet. The Lowell Bankruptcy bill, which may possibly be passed by Congress provides for a Commissioner of Bank­ ruptcy in each Congressional district in the United States, with a salary of $2,* 000, which may, ...

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. — 19 December 1884

.' i'r£\' V^-T^V- CHBIBTMAS BBX&S. He gave her a rins and a holly wreath, On a Christmas Eve, as the sun went down "Never was lover more true than I" The moon climbed into the frozen sky A great star shone in the darkening west A red fox, shivoring, sought his nest The wild wind shouted and laughed with glee, Though his breath was as cold ad the northern sea Bat the fire was bright, and hearts were light, And frolic and feasting filled the night, Till loud rang the bells, the merry, merry bolls, For joy on Christmas morning. Christmas eve, and a maiden's heart Throbbed with pain as the sun went down A ship had sailed on a summer's day A wreck in the ocean'R depths it lay Phantoms gathered about the door Weird wore the shadow* on wall and floor The wind sang a dirgo in the chimney old For the bravo young lover whose heart was cold Bad were the eyes that watched the stars, Till dawn crept in through the window bars, And loud rang the bells, the pitiless bells, On a cheerless Chris...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 19 December 1884

Dry Goods, Tin, LITTLE FALLS MEAT MARKET We tig- .11 fciiuto Xlvflta, otiuiviKfS' Main* LaTd, and everything ~u» ually Wept in fcr*t class isoHt mark«t, convtantly on baud. LITTLE FALLS, MINX. Buy all Kinds of Dressed Meats and Farm Produce Ami Pay the HIGHEST CASH PRICES Bring in your For the same. BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, EGGS, BUTTER^&C, And get your cash every time. We want to see you. P. SMITH & CO. AT A. TANNER'S CHEAP CASH STORE Boots & Shoes Keady-made Clothing d.W. BERG —DEALER IN— HEAVY & SHELF HAEDWARD, All kinds of mechanics' and farming tools MPBOYEI) HOWE SCAI "'ng Paper, Glass, Putty. of Paris. PJaftfving Hair, IRON, STEEL and COAL, OOpper'andJSheet Iron Ware made to order. Repairing promptly done. LITTLE E'ALLS LUMBER CO Mnafactitrer of and dealer in PINE LUMBER. R)ugh and Dress^d/all kinds, Lath, Shingles, Pickets, Sash, Doors, and Building Paper. Sills Sawed to Order. Little Falls, Minn. JAMES STUART. DttALGit IK STAPLE& FANCY GROCERIES AKD A F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 19 December 1884

m- ie- Shuford, A b,en An Vi(justifiable Attack. Village Council. An article was published hi lart A special meeting of the village week's Little Falls Sun (over the name council was held at the recorder's of Argus) making numerous churges office on Friday evening, Dec. 13. All agiinst Prof. grn?e 1 pfhool. It ftiU-d that he had meeting were read and approved, and report of village attorney read and placed on file. On motion the ibllow- for several weeks made himself very obnoxious to the lady teachers, and was very insulting in his coudnctand ing bills were allowed: conversation. The artido was false in every particular, *s the writer could have found out hy a few moments' inquiry. The reference to one of the lady teachers \v ik cruel, and gentlemanly on the part of the edi-: tor or contributor. Argil* is evident,y some tattling shrew, giving no heed to truth or decency, or is closely related Act which was uiuc.h more disagreeable ^Juhn Workman, justice fees 1 50 to the associates ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 19 December 1884

THE BAB? OF BETHXEHEX. There cam3 four folks to Bethlehem On Christmas day in tho morning— A child, a youth, and a woman fair. And an old", old man with wi.ver hair— With gifts for tho Babe's adorning. Thon knelt they down at Bethlehem On Christmas day in the morning And spring Jt*d brought a crocus wild. And summer rose for the Holy Child, Gift* for th® Babe's adorning. And there they knelt at Bethlehem O* C)intmaa day in the morning And antnroa gare Hira her frnite of gold Ahd a koily bough brought winter old Gifts for the Babe's auorning. So come all to Bethlehem G« Christmas day in the morning, And t« the Holy Jeans aing, And bring the beat that ye can bring Gifts for the Baba'n adorning. F. E. WKATHKELI, I CHRISTMAS BREEZE BT SOPHIE MAT. O, what a breeze of temper it was! I can't tell just how it happened to blow up all of a sudden, but I think it began by Zaidee's letting herself feel so cross that afternoon at Mrs. Spring'^. I am sure all of you little girls and boys, too, kn...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 19 December 1884

l%m OHaiSTMAS KOBffnro., What other d»y from year to year So fills the souls of men with chosr What memories are half so sweet As those that in devotion meet, On Christmas morning? The dawn upon the world's long night Of him God sent to give it light Hath spring of joy and blessedness, That faileth not nor groweth less, On Chriytmas rooming. I cannot hear the Christmas chimes, Or liet to Christmas feingera' rhymes, Bat tenderer my spirit grows, And gladness all my upceoh o'erflows, On Christmas" morning. I cannot greet or yonng or old But merry wishes manifold Return to me for like ray own, All hwirtH appear wiflo-opon thrown Ori Christmas morning. Onr Christmas days on earth may be How few God knowotli—only He Yet may our lives ao Christlike grow Each day our hearts shtll feel the glow Ol' Christmas morning. With Christmas hoer for all the year,— A heart set free from tare and fear,— Our souls may ripe for Advent grow, And thus each year more gladness know On Christmas morning. Bux...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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