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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 20 June 1878

Qoodtnigtitr Now the wa svSSSSWS And Che busy Btaidn wndinir Over work that seems unending, Toll an-mnrw till mnrnlng light— Good night! Wakeaimt wal«fc^m*l«rlof3 Night makes only one request Go to rest! 81um6er"sweet! Blessed dreams each dreamer greet Hs whom |qept from sleeping In 8weAQrd||nMrno||o'er hunjcre^ng May he his beloved meet— Slumber sweet! Goodfnight! Slumber till the morning light, Slumber till the new to-morrow Comes and brings its ollrn new sorrow. We are in the FathertS sight— Goodnieht! 4P —From The German qf Thtodort Korner. POLLY'S DECORATION DAY. Polly sat on the doorstep, dressing 'Miss Jerusha Jane in her pink party dress. 5 "Now, Z^nahj, you musVhe adood girl and not tear oor. dress, tause I Telly tirded and tant mend it. Will oof" I suppose Miss Jerusha must have re­ plied uyes," for her little mistress seem­ ed perfectly satisfied and presently the young lady was taken off into the corner of the yard, where the party was to take place, and the little sunny...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 20 June 1878

OoodJNIghU Good night! Now the weary rest bv right, And the busy tinners bending Over work that seems unending, Toil lit* woru till morning liylit— Good night! Go to rest! Close the eves with slumber presi In the streets the 6ilence growing. Wakes but to the watch-horn biowiug, Night makes only one request— Go to rest! Slumber sweet! Blessed dreams each dreamer giort He whom love has kept from sleeping In sweet dreams now o'er him creeping May he his beloved meet— Slumber sweet! Good night! Slumber till the morning light, Slumber till the new to-morrow Comes and brings its own new sorrow. We are in the Father's sight— Good nisrht! Fr\.m The Gentian qf Theodore Kvnter. POLLY'S DECORATION HAY. Polly sat on the doorstep, dressing 'Miss .Jerusha Jane in her pink party dress. Now, Z'rusha, you mils' be a dood girl and not tear oor dress, tause I vellv tirded and tant mend it. Will oo?" I suppose Miss Jerusha must have re­ plied "yes," for her little mistress seem­ ed perfectly satisfied ...

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. — 27 June 1878

BATES OF ADVERTISING. Ohb Fiohth Column, one year Onk Quart** ONB HALT Osb a 4- 18«0 80.00 65.00 100.00 Cards of five line* or tan, five dollars par year. Editorial notloes, intended as adver* tisementa, twelve and one-half centaper line Legal notioea at the rates prescribed by l&w* All transient advertisement* to be paid for nadvanoe. NEWS OF THE WEEK. •ailiilittrala Tn«*. The Mark Lane Expru* aays: Stand­ ing crops are all suffering from continued wet aud cold. It is admitted on all hands that the excessive humidity of the past six weeks has seriously compromised agricultural pro*, pects. Until within the last lew dajs growing crops In Scotland did not suffer the same extent as in England. Now, however, matters have changed for the worse. Floods have occurred in many of the lowland districts, do ing vast damage.' Deprived by the holidays of iho principal market day, the London corn trade has been very quiet. Transactions mainly retails Any, elements of strength which under ord...

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. — 27 June 1878

Ujtovtt RATES OF ADVERTISING. Osk Kii.hth Column, one year OXK UU-AKTKR 9 18 00 30.00 66.00 100.00 41 One Half '4 0K i'ards of five lines or less, five dollars per year. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisement*, twelve and one-halt cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All transient advertisements to be paid lor advance. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Engttiiii Gratn Trad*. The Mark Lane Express says: Stand '!i£ crops nre all suffering from continued et ami cold. Tt is admitted on all hauds that rhe excessive humidity of the past six weeks has seriouslv compromised agricultural pros pivis. Until within the last lew days growing crops In Scotland did not suffer to the same extent as iu England. Now. however, matters ..i\e chanued for the worse. Floods have occurred iu many of the lowland districts, do ins vast damage. Deprived by the holidays of the principal market day, the Loudon corn trade has been very quiet. Transactions mainly retail. Auy clemeuts of strength w...

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. — 27 June 1878

ff^eY€«9tx«*mw J. N, WM1KLER, EDITOR. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNH 27 th, 1878 RKPDIUCAN COUNTY CONVENTION. A Delegate Ootmttot of the Republicans •f Mower wul to hereby «tlM to mMt in the Village of Taopi, at 1 o'olook p. K., on Tmidi thi day of July, 1878, tor the purpoM of electing 8 delegatoa to repreaent •aid eounty in tki Firat Diatriot Congress­ ional Convention, to be held at Albect Lea July 10th, 1878. Eaoh of the several voting precincts of the oonnty will bo entitled to delegates as follows, via: Austin City—1st Ward, 7 2d Ward, 7 3d Ward, 3 Austin town, 6 Adams, 4 Brownsdale village, 6 Bennington, 4 Clay too, 2 Dexter, 3 frank ford, 8 Grand Meadow village and town, 0 Lansing, 7 LeRoy village and town, 9 Lyle village, 3 Lyle town, 5 Lodi, 4 Marshall, 3 Nevada, 6 Pleasant Valley, 3 Red Rook, 6 Raoine, 7 Sargent, 2, Udolpho, 6 Windom, 4 Wal tham, 3. C. C. I'uis. Our Platters Many friends anxiously our political platform is straightforward, houest them. WE ARK INFLATIONISTS! We're...

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. — 27 June 1878

3gj0WtY60®VXtt*ttfyt THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 17th, 1878. LOCAL MATTERS. Railroad Tlma-Tabl—. CHI0AOO, MH.WACKM A*» 8T. Going JSiut. Goto* Morth. 10:57 A.M. ar. 1:10 *.M. ar. D*y M*U and Pweeger d®. 1:35 roc. SOVTHKBK By order of committee. tie. Q. 3:« A.M. ar. 11 :80 r.u. ar. St. Look Night Kxprew j- 3.30 A.M. da. A.M. de. Maaon City Mail and Paa». 11:15 A.M.ar. 11:» A.M. da. mnnou. Going BOM, Going Wmt. Paawnaer and Mail (Ramsey) 10:40 A.M. 1:45 ».M. FREIGHT 1:50 F.M. 6:10 p»* j. W. Stnngl OmnibuM run b«tw«iu Ram­ aey and Austin in connection with all pasMuger trains. MUWUKN Market. VIDIWULI-1 p. nu,—Jvuaa W. 4MCWUt tk* Tranacript. Wheat firm clique buying, June Hard 10034 No. 1, 96 No. 3, 88 No. a, cash June 93H July 93* AuguA 86?4. Milwaukee cluaed. Wheat steady t8W bid July S6H bid August. Chicago cloead. Wheat 90, June 80*4 & July 88, ft August ccra 96)£, aaka\ June So^i July 3694, & August pock 995, June and July MS, bid Au­ gust 955 & 57)4. Chicago 19:40. Barley mi...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 27 June 1878

The Keasot. Dear! dear! what is the matter tioV With papa's precious little pet? How trampled is the little Whafclt fc alt About," "I shaWt!' A-iid on stool the took a seat, fiack^to. men with an angary flaunt. 4}f cour&ahenraded discipline t.But irewho felt tke^gomis rule In childhood, are quite apt to sin 1 Jorow! "The oheskswith fattinjttMrs are vet Lome here, and tell your papa, sweet. At the extreme from that old school. So I read on and let her pout Awhile, and then said pleasantly— "Come, Rosy-Posy, turn about And tell me what your grief can be. Did dolly iry wh«u^e wi^_d»^»id, Or Carlo bfcrlrtitt tou wete traid, Or Kitty Iterate* because you predstx sod ed? Or pinched or seared her M/ou Did mamma—" "Yes! that's what'is She cried, and faced me in a trice. "She wouldn't do my hair in friz! And then she said 1 wasn't nice! "WelV yes,-1 a'poae—of ©ourse—X cried, ... Ann that \vys why she aaid so. butr— jj She's cross! I woo't be pacified! She's just as ugly—" "There! tut, ti...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 27 June 1878

The lioason. Dfsir! doar! what is the mat'er row "With papa's precious little pet? 11 ow troubled is the little brow! The cheeks with falling tears are wet. Come here, and tell your pnpu, sweet. What it Is alt about." "1 sha'n't!" And on a stool she took seat. Hack to mo with an un^ry Haunt. 1)1 course she utwded discipline Hut we who felt the rigorous rule In childhood, arc i[Uite apt to siu At the extreme from that old school. So 1 read on and let her pout Awhile, and then said pleasantly— 'Voine, lJosy-l'osy, turn about And tell me what your rief can be. Iid dolly cry when she was dressed, Or Carlo bark till you were 'fraUl, Kitty scratch because you pressed Or pinched or seared her as you played? lul mamma—" "Yes! that's what is is!" She cried, and faced me in a trice. "Slic wouldn't do my hair in friz! And then she said 1 wasn't nice! Well, yes, 1 s'post—of course—I cried, And that was why she said so, but— cross! I won't be pacitud! She'V ju-t as UL:1—" "There! tut, tut! v'li'...

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. — 4 July 1878

HjtottM ^0 towmpi &ATES OF ADVERTISING. OJIB FjoHTfl Column, one year 9 18 00 USB QUARTER 44 44 44 OHKUalk 44 OsS 30.00 65.00 41 44 100.00 Cards of five lines or iessj five dollars per year. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-half ceuts pcr line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All transient advertisements to be paid for advance. NEWS OF THE WEEK. TK« Ohio Democracy. The Ohio Democrats assembled State convention at Columbus, June 26th, and nom. inated the following- State ticket: For Secre* tary of State, David K. Page, of Summit Supreme Judge, A. F. Hume, of Butler Member of Board of Public Works Mr. Bush Held, of Richland. The platform re-affirmed the principles laid down last year on which they carried the State approves the inresti sratibn gbing bh by the Potter committee in­ to the frauds of Florida and Louisiana, declares the declssibn of thfe electoral coil mission final, but such finality should hoi pre­ clude the investigatiou a...

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. — 4 July 1878

$loicrt ivnusmpi RATES OF ADVERTISING. O.TE 1'uinrn Column, one year $ 18 OSE QL'AKYKH 30.10 (J*K LIALI*' 55. 'vs x.'( A. II. 100.00 •v ariia ot live lines or less, live dollars jer vear. Kiii tonal noticps, intended as adver ti^ments, twelve ami one-ball cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by !:IW. All transient advertisements to U* paid lor advauce. NEWS OF THE WEEK. TIIPOIIIU OiMikovrary. The Oliio Democrats assembled IU State onvention at Columbus, June 20th, and noni uated the follow in u~ State ticket: For Secre­ tary of State, David K. Page, of Summit Supremo Juilse, A. F. Hume, of Butler Member of Do.ntl of Public Works Mr. Rusli !eld, of Uk'hlaiui. The platform re-uflirmed 'he pruuiples laid down last year on which ''uv cnrriid the Stnte approves the inresti stion stMiiii on by the Potter comiuittee in­ to the frauds of Florida and Louisiana, ieelares the declssion of the electoral com­ mission iiual, but such tinality should notpre r'ude the investiiiation...

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. — 4 July 1878

J. N. WHBILER, BDITOR. HUKSDAY M011IIHG, JULY 4th, 18T8. Fallut to f: Gm*MUMmaa Fage. "Date Blakely," «dUor of the Minne. apolts Tribune, the editor of the fkm paper ever published io Mower county, haa an editorial on the failure to convict Sherman Page, which we can do no bet­ ter th*n to quote entire. It states the case better than we can. "VINDICATED." Judge Sherman Page is technically ac­ quitted by the result of the Impeachment trial. But he is morally convicted be­ yond reach of hope. Twenty-four against seventeen of the members of the high court of impeachment (within tour of two-thirds of the number voting) declar­ ed upon their solemn oaths that they, deemed him guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors, for which he deserved to be impeached. That there were at least six others who would have acted corres­ pondingly if they had acted in accor­ dance with their convictions and not in accordance with their sympathies or prejudices, there can be little doubt. Men not accustomed t...

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. — 4 July 1878

THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 4th, 1878. LOCAL MATTERS. Railroad Timn-Tiablea. .HIOAOO, AULWAUNA AWST. PAUI*. Going East. Day Hail *ud PaaMnger '5«A-*". XT. 3c. Louis Night Express GviHft North 1:10 P.M. ar. C11:90 A.M de. 1:85 P.M. de. S 3:$IA.M. ar. 11:50P.M.ar* 3 !J0 de 18:08 A.M. de. Mason City Mail ami Pass. 11:15 A.M.ar. 11:35 A.M. de, SOUTHKBN MINNESOTA. Going Scut. (Mug Went. 1:45 P.M. 6:10 P.M. Passenger and Mail (Karnsey) 10:40 a.m. Freight 1:50 P.M. "jy j, w. Stron^'a Omnibuses ran between Kara *-v and Austin iu connection with all passenger trains. JOHNSON & SMITH are at work on the frame of their new plow factory. LAST Monday the post office at Rose Creek became a money order office. ALL of our exchanges speak in disap­ proval of Van AtnburgU's circus. It was pretty thin. A NEW street lamp iu front of the Mansfield House, will flied its glim on the darkness hereafter. HIP, Hip, Hurrah! Phzz! crack! sky rocket! powder! eagle! star spangled! whoa! bang! 'rah! blazes! there g...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 July 1878

Mt res* •fed Tlie Children., -A u.4nd 44 t-r, 1 «*. BT LOX9FSLLOW. to us )rc? behind us Wnic thtti Ufc^arOefore. a 1 aipe tiptoe forest, ..Titfrfofrfood, Er#Wror»il*et aw* tender juices Have been handed into wood— That, to the world, are children Through them it feels the «low Of a brighter and sunnier climate Than reaches the trunks below. *r^v:• TW*m*mcr. In "Give me a man that has courage! my eyes it hides a multitude of sins." "Y«u aro such an enthusiast on that sub ject, Lotiisc," said Blanche Underwood, as she stood before the mirror in thoir {jrvate parlor and adjusted her ruffles, "in looking i$r that quality, you'll overlook the want of some other, and find you have made a grievous blunder." •'Cant help it if I do. It's my nature to worship that quality—in a man e^pecialy -HhqMS* I it in jtfgr one. be plain looking, but he is glorified forever in my eyes if he displays true courage, and Louise Rand passed jrer white floeers lightly over her wavy bhick hair, and re­ tained h...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 July 1878

The Children* BY LONGFELLOW. A hi what would the worlil bo to us Uthe children wens no more? Wtiehould dread the ijeacrt he hi ml us Werse thill the dark before. forest, What the loaves are to the With light afcd air for food, Kre •Heir swet and tender juice? Huve been huuded into wood— Thi*t, to the world, are children Through them it feels the jjlow Of a brighter and sunnier climate Than reaches the trunks below. TUB JPBOPHECY. (!Give Iu m« a man that has courage! my eyes it hides a multitude of sins.'' "Yflii arc such an euthusiast on that sub ject, Louise," saul Blanche Unc'erwood, as aha stood before the mirror in their pr:vato parlor and adjusted her ruffles, looking ljpr that quality, you'll overlook the want of some other, and find jv.u have made a grievous blunder." "Cau't help it if I do. It's my nature to worship that quality- in a nian especial ---thQujh I admire it in any one. Ho may be plaia looking, but he is glorified forever ic my eyes if he displays true eouraue, a...

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. — 11 July 1878

Hjtoww $0 SYmuafyi RATES OF ADVERTISING. ONE FIGHTH Column, one year 18 00 ONE QUARTER 30.00 ONE HALF 44 44 OSB Dlshoneat 66.U0 44 44 N E W S lOO.UO Cards of five Hues or less, live dollars per year. Editorial notions, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-half cents jwr line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All transient advertisements to be paid for advance. OFTHE WEEK. Kngltnii Ur*ln Market. The Mark Lane Express says: There is a decided change for the better in the appear auee of the growing wlieut, which is uow in full bloom At tirst sight the fields seem to promise a large crop, but iu many fields the cars are small. With the exception of barley and oats, appearances at present point to a fair average yield of cereals, as far as quanti­ ty is concerned, while the quality is likely to be mediocre. Insignificant supplies of English wheat at Mark Lane, and provincial markets, indicate a rapid depiction of stocks in far­ mers' hands, and that little, or not an}...

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. — 11 July 1878

(L'o Jnausmpt RATES OF ADVERTISING. ONK KI'-IITH relunin, one year IS (HI ONF (Jr.MivKi 30.(•(• HALF 65.(0 ONK 100.(0 Cards oi live lines or less, live dollars per year. K.li tonal notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-hall cents per line Local notices at tlu- rates prescribed by­ law. All transient advertisements to be paid tor advance NKNYS OF THE WEEK. 4i-itln lluru«t. I'i!e Mark l.ane .)/•, ,v\ says: There is a ill1.'.tiiii bange lor the better ill the appear atuv ot the g'-ou It:-- heat, which is now in lull \"!ii A: lu the fields seem to al.i.-ge Top, '.ml in many I'telds the I'.i:-- :re -m.i.i. With the exception of barley ivii-. ..ppca-auccs at present point to a average of cereals, as far as qnanti• 1 o-ieenied, while the .puility likely to tc •'!.i'» liisigiiiiic.iut supplies of Fngli-h '*Kat at Mark I..inc. and pr,\ hwbi! markets, •.ud.c.ite a rapid depletion of stocks in far levbands, and 11 a: 1 inlc. or not anv, will be over a! Ir.ine-: ::e.e. 1 mpoi'ts...

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. — 11 July 1878

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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. — 11 July 1878

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Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 July 1878

•"••"iittb- wanted Two children wore making the moat of th« day, On the aaudthelroastlus build lug While oot on the harbor, the fcta&set gold Was every vessel gliding. But the sea came over the castle dear, And the charm of the sunset faded O, after a labor Is'lost, may we 60 happily home as they did. For we build and wo build In a different way Till our heads grow wise and hoary And after it all, the sUn goes down, And the sea—'tis an old, old storv. That Little Plaee of Brown's. The place was mine, and we lived as cozily there, my wife and little daughter and I, as birds in a nest, until the Blacks, some old friends of ours irom the city, came to live in our neighbor, hood. We were at supper one night when my wife told me. "They're going to take the Freeh roofed house around the corner," said Sally, "with the big extension and con­ servatory, spa as I happened to be walk­ ing out just as the trucks came down. I couldn't help seeing that the parlor furniture is of crimson satin...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 July 1878

"When tnc Sun Goes Down. Two children weio making the most of the day. On the miud their castles building While out ou the harbor, the sunset gold Was every vessel gilding. But the sen came over the castle dear, And the charm of the sunset faded O, after a labor is lost, may we Go happily lionif as they did. For we build and wo build in a ditVerect way Till our heads sjrow wise and hoary And after it all, the sun jroes down. And the sea—'tis an old, old storv. That Little Flaee of Brown's. The place was mine, and we lived as cozily there, niy wife and little daughter and I, as birds in a nest, until tlie Blacks, some old friends of ours lrom the city, came to iive iu our neighbor. hood. We were at supper one uight when my wife told me. "They're going to take the Freeh roofed house arouud the corner," said Sally, "with the big extension and con­ servatory, ami as I happened to be walk­ ing out just as the trucks came down. I couldn't help seeing that the parlor furniture is of crimso...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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