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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 22 March 1877

HJoiw £0 ftrrasoiiii BATES OF ADVERTISING. FIGUTJI OVB Column, one year 9 1800 OXK QVARTSS 90.00 O.N I LIALF 11 66.00 O.VB 100.10 Cards of fire lines or less, five dollars per year. Editorial notices, Intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-halt cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All transient advertisements to be paid for In advance. BUSINESS CARDS. DENTISTRY. J. BABE, D.D.8. H. A. AVERT. RABE* AVERY, ESIDENT DENTISTS. fiasford's Block. Austin, Minnesota. F. A. ELDER, CLERK OF THE PISTKIC1 COURT, Aastin, Mower County, Minnesota JOHN "WALSH, GROCBRj MILL STREET, AUSTIS, MISS. -vJ ,R. W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Main and Winana Streets, Austin* Minnesota. NO CARDS. 7yl EXTER HOTEL. Good accomodations for Man and Beast. TEHMS REASONABLE v7m25 D. A. PAGE, Prop. M. HOWE, .KEcJISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non esiileuts, Ac. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1875. 4 CRANDELL & FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Austin, Minn. Office in B...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 22 March 1877

jjgotmffogtanscviiit Tie CiraitT Da: Official Paver. 10 —AUSTIN. MINN.- TRVR8DAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1877. A. A. HARWOOD. Editor A Proprietor THE KEXT GOVEVRSOR. Jlowevcr much politicians may have •ought to advancc their own personal in­ terest! in the selection of candidates for office, it is apparent from the history of Minnesota that the people after all not only hare, but that they exercise the con trolling power in making choice of the public servants. Two years aito the polit­ ical enginery of the State was fully .em­ ployed in aid of a machine candidate for the ofllcc of Governor, but against the majesty and strength of public opinion it was wholly powerless—it was as the surf of the sea washing the bsse of Gibernlter, capable ol making a noise, but of ac­ complishing very little beside. It became evident to the people of Minnesota then that the machine politician must give way if the interests of the State were to prosper, and they acted up to their con­ victions. They thrust...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 22 March 1877

Thursday MoRNiNo, march Tfmi df as. 1877. Closing the Mails at the Austin frost*Office. flelag lut on the 8. M. R. R» iti ji55 A. H. Wast 12:40 P. *. Otiai Bast on the Mil.) St. A Chi eaco. ••(Itllll 9:40 A» k. Solng Weet on the Mil. St. P. & Chi- MCOMitatu 1*140 p.M. A*U( by the Mason City Branch... 9:40 A. a. A. A. IIAR WOOD, Postmaster. O. B. JOHNSON, Jr., Attorney at Law. PrMtteea in all Courts of the State. Prompt attention given to COLLECTING. OflUa over the Mower County Bank. 3tftf LOCAL MATTERS. The Prairie City lias an agitator in the box which prevents clogging in the dirt­ iest grain. "Wine is a mocker, strong drink is rag log," but the Pftiric City Seeder is nil ray imagination paiuted it. contented mind is a perpetual feast. Ko farmer should be contented until lie has a Prairie City Seeder on his farm. In the Prairie City Seeder every culti •ator hoe can be set at exactly the same pitch, without guess work or trouble. Whether Hayes or Tiidcn be declared President it...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 22 March 1877

"BY THE STILL WATERS." Don't rou hear the hickory crackling? Muffled like, and Bolt, and low Sounds just like ansrmy tramping, Only it's a sign ot snow, Here's a cinder smouldering, burning, 0~ wdered fine little missis, mine. Let me see the balm o'Gilead, Wavin' by the cabin do', I won't hear its leaves a rustlin' In the spring, my child, no mo' May to I won't hearde blue bird Singin' in de apple trees Bnt I'll hear de angels singin' Dey'll have sweeter aongs than these. HaTkt is dat de thunder rollin— Bee de forked lightning's gleam Many a time I've soothed my baby when de storm disturbed her dream. Aiow de drum—I hear itbeatin' Slow and solemn-like for me Mavbe it's de waves a breakin' On de shores ot Galilee. 'Twon't be dark, de stars am shinin' Way above de storm and rain: Dere'll be long protracted meetin's Cain pin' on de heavenly plain. l)ere won't be no wailin', we tpm'--- Pere won't be no day to part Christ will hear me when 1 knock dere, He will bind de broken heart. 'Cn ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 29 March 1877

oivrv transcript BATES OF ADVERTISING. O.TK FIOIITH Column, one year 9 18 00 OXE QUARTER 11 OSKUAL* 41 EXTER HOTEL. 30.00 58.00 OXE 100.00 Cards of five lines or less, fire dollar* per year. Editorial notices, intended at adver­ tisements, twelve and one-half cents per line Legal notices at the rate9 prescribed by IftW* All transient advertisements to be paid for in advance. BUSINESS CARDS. DENTISTRY. J. 1CABE, D.D.S. -J H. A. AVERY. RABE& AVERT, ESIDENT DENTISTS. Bastard's Block, Austin, Minnesota. A. ELDER, CLERK OF THE MSTKIC1 COURT, Austin, Mower County,Minnesota JOHN WALSH, GROCBEj MILL STREET, Avirix, Mian. f-V? R. W. L. HOLLISTER. Ootni of Mala and Winona Streets, Austin* Minnesota. Good accomodations for Man and Beast. TERMS REASONABLE v7ni25 D. A. PAGE, Prop. Vf .REGISTER OF DEEDS, Blower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non esidents, Ac. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1875. 4 C} 1RANDELL & FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Austin, Minn. Offico in Bank Block adjoining ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 29 March 1877

Hjtoimflto irnusmpt Tie GMtti has it Official Paper. -AUSTIN. MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 2», I»77. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor TUK SOUTH. The President has invited the opposiug claimants of Executive office in the States or Louisiana and South Carolina rcpect ively, to a conference of Washington, with A Tiew to such an arrangement as will be satisfactory to both parties, so far as anV ran be. In is dcciileil that there will be no withdrawal of U. S. troops, as long as there is any effort made in either of those States to maintain a dual government. It seems not improbable, from what we know of the fact in South Carolina, that the Hampton party may be recognized in thai State, but there is nothing that we see upoa which to .admit Nichols to the 4'iccuCive rffice te Louisiana, Aud unless the despute there shall fee •peapelivttyset. lied in ifavort A of Packard, "win1 result ttn the 'lidlding of a new .election. The President'is determined that the rcsponsi. for OMiakvin...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 29 March 1877

|p«rtv60llYX«*ttfyt THURSDAY MORNINO, MARCH 29.1877. Timt of Closing the Mails at the Austin Post-Oftics. Bait OB the S. M. R. R. at. 8:55 A. M. 12:40 F. a. Oeinc Bast on the Mil., St. P. A Chi eaco 9:40 a. tt«is| West on the Mil. St. P. A Chi flifo, 11:40 P«]|« Qolag by the Mason City Branch... 8I40 A. M. A. A. HARWOOD, Postmaster. D. B. JOHNSON, Jr., Attorney at Law. Praetiees in all Courta of the State. Prompt attention given to COl LECTINS. OIH over the Mower County Bank. S9tf LOCAL MATTKRS. The Prairie City bas an agitator in the box which prevents clogging in the dirt­ iest grain. "Wine is a mocker, strong drink is rag­ ing," but the P»iric City Seeder is all my Imagination painted it. A contented mind is a perpetual feast. He farmer should be contented until he kas a Prairie City Seeder on his farm. In the Prairie City Seeder every culti Yator hoe can be set at exactly the same pitch, without guess work or trouble. Whether Hayes or Tiideu bo declared President it matters not ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 29 March 1877

MY GBBAT AUNT'S WILL. BWnm* Maputo*. I am a clerk in a country store, and sometimes I wish I'd been a martyr in those days when they stretched people on beds of spikes or roasted them on a gridiron. Then I think I could have taken a little comfort in life. This is the way of it: am behind the counter on the side where we keep prints, and there trots up to the op­ posite side, where we keep flannels, a customer neither young nor beautiful I hurry around and across, and she asks for calicoes then I turn her about and make my way back, and I pull down half a dozen pieces, but she just gazes at the shelves, says she'd like to look at the under piece on the top shelf I climb up, at the risk of my neck, and get the under piece out, and she concludes 'tisn'l what she thought it was. Then she says she'd like to look "at that stripe," I blunder on to every other stripe before I get her particular stripe. Then she says she wants a little figure, and I get all the little figures out for her. S...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 April 1877

It I. |igtouw C0 ^fanssmpi BATES OF ADVEBTISIHG. Osi RIOHTH Column, doe year 9 18.00 Oxi QCABTBB 80.00 Oxa HALF 65.00 Oxa 100.00 Cards of five lines or less, fire dollars per year. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-half cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by All transient advertisements to be paid for in advance. BUSINESS CARDS. DENTISTRY. J. RABE, D.D.8. -J H. A. AVERT. RABE&AVERY, ESIDENT DENTI8T8. Baaford's Block, Austin, Minnesota. A. ELDER) CLERK OF TUB DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota JOHN WALSH, GROCER, MILL STRSKT, Avim, Miss. f-vl R. W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Main and Winena Streets, Austin* Minnesota. No CARDS. 7yl JJEXTER HOTEL. Good accomodations for Man and Beast. TERMS REASONABLE v7m25 D. A. PAOE, Prop. M. HOWE, .REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes foraon esidents, 4c. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1875. 4 CRANDELL & FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Austin, Minn. Offioe in Bank Bloe...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 April 1877

gaiter Co inmsa'ilit Jflie CMffB lias no OMa! Fsaor. -AUSTIN. Hllfli- THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL A. A. IIAHWOOD, Editor & Proprietor TSX 1'AnS OLD. The Tkansciuit lias complutud llie first ileciulc of its life, and to-day it enters upon the second. Our connection with covers a period of more than half its career. AVhat it has been and what it has dons are matters of history now. '"The past is in the eternal past.'' Its record is ineffaceable, but there i3 little in it which we would change, if we could, except that in its general tendency we would en­ large and intensify it. In most respects, were we to re-write it we should make it what it is. In the future, as in the past it has been, it will be the expression of our couviclions. We have practiced pub­ lishing our opinions, whethvr they were popular or uot, and we shall continue to do so. Our larger experience in journal­ ism will enable us to increase the useful nc*s of the paper, and our more accurate l.noAledgc of men will pre...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 April 1877

THURSDAY MOBNINO. APRIL 5. 1877. Timt of Closing the Mailt at the Austin Post-Office. Vilif Emt on the S. M. B. R. at.. 9:55 A. M. West 12:40 P. M. Qaing East on the Mil., St. P. 6 Chl-9:40 A. u. flaing West on tha Mil. St. P. A Chi­ cago 12:40 p. K. ••LAG by the MMOU 9:40 City Branch... A. M. A. A. IIARWOOD, Postmaster. O. B. JOHNSON, Jr., Attorney at Law. Practices in nil Courts of the State. Prempt attention given to COLLECTING. 0«M over the Mower County Bank. 39tf LOCAL, MATTERS. The Prairie City has an agitator in tho box which preveuts clogging in the dirt­ iest grain. "Wine i9 a mocker, strong drink is rag. lag," but the Pairie City Seeder is all my imagination painted it. contented mind is a perpetual feast. If# farmer should be contented until he has* Prairie City Seeder nn his farm. ID the Prairie City Seeder every culli •ator hoe can be set at cxactly the same pitch, without guess work or trouble. Whether Ilayos or Tiiden be declared President it matters not to the man wh...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 April 1877

ROMANCE IX AEAIi LIFE. TRUTH STRAHOSR TIIAN FICTION. While the most prosaic of people are ready enough to concede in terms that fact is often stranger than fiction, some of the least exaggerative writers in the school of literature known by the latter designation have hard work to convince their readers that the strangest portions of their nominally fictitious narratives are founded upon truths in real life. Yet the skilled professional romancer, in basing his story upon well attested realities, fre­ quently deems it prudent to make his work a modification of the original facta in order to escape a charge of ex* travagance so that some such syllog­ ism as the following might be justly used to illustrate the old adoge: Fact is the basis of all fiction the seemingly most extravagant fiction is but a vers* ion of facts so artistically moderated as to be less apparently strange than its original therefore fact differs chief• lv from fiction in being merely the stranger aspect of the of ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 April 1877

fjjg0W* Qtaraiirripi BATES OF ADVERTISING. O.VK RIGHTO Column, one year OKB QUARTER 11 ONE HALF 0SB Cards of five lines or less, five dollars per year. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-half cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by Iaw All transient advertisements to be paid for in advance. BUSINESS CARDS. DENTISTRY. J. RARE, D.D.8. J- -J II. A. AVERT. RABE& AVERT, ESIDENT DENTISTS. Basford'* Block. Austin, Minnesota. Jjl A. ELDER, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota JOHN WALSII, GROCBH, MILL STREET, Austin, MIRK. f-v 3 J)R. W. L. HOIJiTSTF.R Corner of Main and Winona Streets, Austin* Minnesota. NO CARDS. 7yl EXTEli HOTEL. Good accomodations for Man and Beast. TERMS REASONABLE v7m2» D. A. PAGE, Prop. M. HOWK .REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non esidents, Jfcc. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1S75. 4 CRANDELL & FRENCH, Homoepathic Physician and Surgeon Office and Residence, fjo...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 April 1877

SwwwsaweewwiBs^.t,. C* H: IgtotitfiSnisftHpt Tte CMity has no Official Paper. —Atrem minn.- THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 12,187?. A. A. HXRWOOD, Editor & Proprietor Notwithstanding the predictions freely tnclnlgcd in by many, that President Hayes' southern policy would prove a fitilttrc, tlie Indications of its ultimate successful issue grow brighter every day. It begins to look as though he was the Ihan above all others to settle these vexa ffdus and troublesome southern questions. That he has manifested a fair and concil iatoiy spirit from the very outset, cannot be denied by even his bitterest opposers, and this spirit has been accompanied by a sound and intelligent judgment. The tlval governors of South Carolina are in­ vited to call upon the President in person And lay their respective claims before him, they accept the invitation, and the Presi­ dent hears from their own lips all they hare to say upon the subject, and then orders the United States troops to be withdrawn from th...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 April 1877

^Houet^oStansctijit THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1877. Time of Closing the Mails at the Austin Post-Office. Going East on the S. M. R. R. at.. S:55 A. m. West 12:40 p. Mi Going East on the Mil. St. P. A Chi­ cago 0:40 A. it. Going West on tho Mil. St. P. «fc Chi cago.... P. u. Going by the Mason City Branc'l.. v:40 A. M. A. A. 1IARWOOD, Postmaster. D. B. JOHNSON, Jr., Attorney at Law. Practices in all Courts of the State. Prompt attention gir en ia C.Oi LECTtfc'd. Xfflce over the Mower Cotinty Bank, t'tf LOCAL. MATTERS. The Prairie City lias au agitator in the box which prevcuts clogging iu the dirt­ iest grain. "Wine is a mocker, strong drink is rag­ ing," but the Pairie City Seeder is all my Imagination painted it. A contented mind is a perpetual feast. No farmer should be contented until he has a Prairie City Seeder on his farm. In the Prairie^cltTSeedcr every cult! Yator hoe can be set at exactly the same )ltch, without guess work or trouble. "WUether Hayes or Tiideu be declared ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 April 1877

MARIE FAVCHOU* A Tale or the SIw of Farts, 1870. "The small basket will be quite large enough to hold all you will get to-day, iny poor child!" said Mrs. Fan* chou, sadly to her little daughter, who was setting off to fetch her daily sup* ply of miserable food, "you had better take the umbrella, for I am afraid it will rain. And be sure you stand next to Mme. Andre, if you can." Marie's father had marched off to the war, and her mother had been con* fined to her bed for some time past with severe rheumatic pains, so that she was ooliged to send her child, a girl of ten, in her stead, to await,with a crowd of weary disheartened crea­ tures, her turn at the place where pro­ visions were served out. I hope, dear little readers, you will never know the wretched discomfort they endured, standing there long hours in the sharp wind and beating rain, with cold feet and still colder hearts, full of gloomy forebodings for the unknown future. When Marie first went, her kind neighbor, Mme. Andr...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 April 1877

Utouwr $0 ftaftrif BATES OF ADVERTISING. Ox* FIOIITH Column, one year OSE QUARTER OSK HALF OSB I 18 00 30.00 66.00 100.00 Cards of fire lines or less, five dollar* per year. Editorial notices, Intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-half cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by All transient advertisements to be paid for in advance. BUSINESS CARDS. DENTISTRY. J. KABE, 1.1.9. -J II. A. AVERY. RABE & AVERT, ESIDENT DENTISTS. Basford's Block, Austin, Minnesota. F. A. ELDER, CLERK OP T1IE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota JOHN WALSII, O MILL STREET, ACSTIM, MISX. R. W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Main and Winona Street*, Austin. Minnesota. No CARDS. 7yl EXTER HOTEL. Good accomodations for Man and Beast. TERMS REASONABLE v7m25 P, A. PAQE, Prop. M. HOWE, .REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non esidents, «tc. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1875. 4 CRANDELL & FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Austin, Minn. Office in Bank Block adjoin...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 April 1877

i—nwi'.wni •mill .'US Tts CMiity las Offldai Paper. —ATOTIH. MINN THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 1M877. ZT A HAKWOOD, Editor & Proprietor IM SAGKEE.VHLti FACTS. Any man who lias the courage to tell the truth, no matter wliom it may affect unpleasantly, nor how genend'y disagree­ able it may bo, is likely to have enemies enough whether he has any friends or not, but there is a stubbornness about a fnct which reasonable meu cannot always resist, and it will secure recognition soon tr or later. It is now well known, and to some extent admitted, that Austin has made several egregious blunders hi her management of railroad enterprises. She treated contemptuously the proposition of tlie Southern Minnesota 11-iilwav Com­ pany, and iu one sense compelled the location of that route outside of our lim iU. That act has resulted iu sending else where trade to the amount of not less than |100,000 every year since the road was built, and that is not all. It served to generate a business antagonism b...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 April 1877

fairer 60 (Tratstriiit THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1877. Time of Closing the Mails at the Austin Post-Office. Qoinf East on the S. M. R. K. at.. 3:55 a. m. Weal 12:40 l«. M. Qoing East on the Mil., St. P. Chi­ cago 9:40 A. m. Qoing West on the Mil. St. P. A Chi­ cago 12:40 p. m. Going by the Mason City Branch... 9:40 a. it. A. A. IIARWOOD, Postmaster. O. B. JOHNSON, Jr., Attorney at Law. Practices in all Courts of the State. Prompt attention given to COLLECTING. Office over the Mower County Bank. 39tf LOCAL MATTERS. Horse Corn Planters and liaud Coru Planters, an}* kiml you want at Van's. The Key Stone horse Corn Planter is ac knowlcded by everyone who uses them, to lie the boss planter of the world. Corn Planters aud C\)rn Plows are among the staple articles which Van keeps on hand, and sells to those who want. Van has a reputation for selling none but tliR best of articles in his line, aud he ia prepared at all times to sustain and make good his warauty. Van lias for sale the Gorl...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 April 1877

"I NEVER WILL" "I never will!" said Madge Roper, her beautiful brown eyes Hashing with indignation. "Forgive me, Miss Roper," said Mr. Schenck. "I said it in a sort of des­ peration, for I cannot—I could not think such a passion as mine could fail to call out a response sooner or later." "You are mistaken," she answered, haughtily "and, as you know, this is not the first time I have assured you of the fact. I trust it is the last." "I withdraw my plea and myself finally, Miss Roper. Good morning!" He said it with such dignity that Madge respected liim more than she had ever done, and her face softened. But Mr. Schenck did not see it he took himself and his troubles out of sight, if not out of mind. But as Madge turned to leave the parlor she heard a boyish voice from some hid­ ing place singins loudly, with mis­ chief in every inflection: 441ear what Highland Nora said: The Earlie's sou I will not wed." "Little wretch!" muttered Madge, biting her pretty red lips "he must be all this...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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