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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 15 August 1878

^llou'cv (£0 xtvauocfqit RATES OF ADVERTISING. ONK I-h-uim lYbiuin, one year ON l^i' vk I LK ».!•• ALF I r,l I Itj 00 30.00 60.00 ini.to Cards ot live H: '.os or loss, five dollars per ear. l:t. rial notices, intended as adver •'-en-eras, twelve and one-hall cents icr line I ••j.ul notices nt the rates prescribed bv or. All 'ransient advertisements to be paid for advance. NJiWS u*-THE WEEK. l.HUt* ttovii TV- Mark 1. an1 ••, in review of i'e tunic the l'.i-L wei-'n, fay: e. •••.uueneeU a \eek earlier ^v'n h.oi 1.1-t year, thanks to the \'V Iv. i'e of complaints of »iight and '. s.:.u' c..r-. a.lvicas iu the main are sat a-. .i-vi there should be an uuex -1 HK* crop will be a fair a I'I'.I'—th..t about thirty bushels to I'.r lev has improved a little, owing w::i ». v. cis, and where early sown oil K..' -i ia:v. .1 s-ul the .-rop promises fairly well 'a: in ?be e.hi.r!) i«k- especially the _! ...! sintered uuu fort blight and pre a a'v '.ipetiiru.. The \a ..1 :iiov districts v*. .'. be...

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. — 15 August 1878

J. N. WHEELER, EDITOR. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15,1878. THE Democratic State Convention will be held in St. Paul, on Thursday, Sep tember 5th. Chin Yung is Mr. Sensible as any. BKK.BUTLEK deserves eternal kicking for toadying to Kearnev,the communistic swindle, enough to call on him, thereby acknowledging him to be somebody. THEY are to have a chicken pic-nic on the fifteenth, at Mantorville. The chickens who atteud will be dead, brought to the grove bv the hunters in time for dinner. BLAINE, in addressing the Republican Maine convention said: "The greenback agitator invites us to violate a solemn pledge of a nation to the world. We will never do it—never—never!" FOOLS for luck. A little cockle shell, by name the Nautilus, has succeeded in making a journey across the Atlantic. Its passengers have as an offset for iool hardiness, the calm and elevating con sciousness of benefiting the race *uy crossing the ocean in the smallest vessel \vhen NEXT week we will publi...

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. — 15 August 1878

Fltftsmpl AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15,1878. Railroad Time-Tables. CHTCAOO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: Going EasL Going horth. D«r St.LoulsNlghtEx. ISt£& 8ZE£& Mason Cit Pass. 11:15 A.M. ar. 11:35 A.M. de. SOCTHKHN MINNESOTA. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin Junction lUamsey)as follows: rrr,at Qomg East' Going lr«8t. Fassenger and Mail, 10:40 A.M. 1:45 P.M. Freijrlit, 1:50 P.M. 6:10 P.M. (j&~J. W. Strong's Omnibuses run between Austin and Uamsey in connection with all pas­ senger trains. ILLINOIS CENTRAL. Trains pass Mona (C„ M. & St. P. Junction) as follows: Going North. Going South. Mail and Express, 6:10 P.M. 18.25 P.M. Passenger, 7:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the Republicans of Mower county is hereby called to meet in the village of Taopi, ON FRIDAY. AUGUST 30, 1878, at 1 o'clock P.M., for the purpose of electing four del­ egates to represent the State conv...

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. — 15 August 1878

.V3JBAi Whw tkt bloom^mn on tho beach, Wb«tt the light wm in the sky, 11K /. lad the lore the heart would teach Fled the lip but lit the eye Wnen the joy we dared not measure Came as wautom a bird's, And the hand's first gentle pressure Told a feala too deep tor vjor^s! Oh, how jUeMti»aafO wander, Oa those tenner aftbritoons. Where the sea beach with its thuuder Cooled the air of sultry Junes Where the waves retreating, swelling, 8wept the seashclls on the shore, Beating music to the telling Of those tender tales of yore t.1 -'JL- •ad how sweeter still to linger, Bre the moon was in the eky, While the West with lifted finger Rushed the earth for day to die Ok how sweat itnni* and,sweetw, WW" thmroonde by the An, Tm»t% with natec^breatB-rft greerber With a rapture wrought to painJ Or beside the old farm orchard, Out beyond the meadow.lot, Bby. enchanted, blissful. tortured— Will she corn* or will she not Ob, those days und ob, those meetings. Such ftoul pleasures such heart-beatings ...

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. — 15 August 1878

When the bloom was on the bench, When iho light was in t'u sky, And the lore the lunrt wouUl toach Fled the lip tmt lit the eye Wiien tlu- joy wf duveil not measure Came as wantoni as a iv.ni's. And the hiuul's lirst gon'.U' in ssuve Told a talf too deep for words! Ob, how s\veetNitjlTus.to wanttvr. Ok those tei.der afternoons, 1VI\eve tho t^ea loaoh with its thunder Cooled the air ot sultry 1 unes Where the waves retreat inn. swelling, Swejrtthi" seashclls on the shore. Beating uuisie to the telling Of those tender tales of yore! And how sweeter still to linger, K,-e the moon wjs in the sky, Wl.ile the West with lilted tinker Hushed the earth for tiny to die. Ok, bow swaet it«wu? at.d sweeter, iOwn t!)o#bionlisJde ty the !ant\ There with fcateil breath"to creet 1'cr With a rapture wrought to paiu! Or beside the old farm orehard, Out beyond the meadow.lot, Phv. enchanted. Wis-fui. tortured— Will she come or will slu not Oh. those day* and oh, those e'l^r*. Such *otil rlea ttivs sueh...

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. — 22 August 1878

|H0ttw Swrasmpt One 1 I 1 BATES OF ADVERTISING One Kiguth Column, one year 9 Quarter 30.00 ONE Half 60.00 One -4 90.00 "v Cards of fivs lines or less, five dollars per year. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-half cents i*r line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All transient advertisements to be paid for advance. NEWS F_THi£ WEEK. Yellow Fever. The spread and ravages of the yellow fever continue most fearfully. A Grenada, Miss., telegram of August 16th, says: The scenes in this plague stricken town be fir gars description. Tho strongest men and women and helpless cliileren are sick, dying or dead. It is pitiful, indeed, 1^ see entire families prostrated and swept 'away in/a te^ brief hours. Population clt cijbt^e([ Ji|tl4 over '200 whites. 3ut a few new cases. No ma­ terial to work on. The deaths are old cases. The Cabinet at Washington has considered measures of relief for the plague stricken cities and towns of the South. It was decided to...

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 August 1878

^fHoivctr $0 Iranscripi RATES OF ADVERTISING. Onk Kusuth (\1iuiui, m» ONE QfAKTKit year $ Iti 00 N E W S O E W E E 30.00 ONE HAI.K 60.H0 OXK 1 '.HUH) Cards of five lilies or less, five dollars jvr vear. Kditortal notices, intended as tulver tiseiueuts, twelve ami one-hall eents jwr line Le^al notices at tlie rates presorined by lair. All transient advertisements to paid tor advance. ll»w Fever. T:n- al ami ravages of the yellow i'i". er continue most fc-.o. fully. A Grenada. Mi-s., telegram of August loth, says: The scenes in this plague stricken town bejrgars description. Tl'.e stroiiirest men and women .aid hc!p'.c.-s v'liileren are sick, dying or dead. It is pitiuil, iiuieid, lo see entire families prostrated and -wept away in a few brief hours. i\vuil:itioti dtcn'iised to Uttld over •JiK'whitis. -?nt a few new cases. N'o ma­ terial to work on. The death# arc old cases. The Cabinet at Washington has eoi'sulereil measures of relief for the phiuuc striekeii cities and towns of the ...

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 August 1878

J. N. WHEELER, EDITOR. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 83,1878. eaBBsasssasa^asssssassassasssa TUB Democratic Convention of South Carolina last week re-nominated Hamp­ ton for governor. A BTRXAK of Jersey lightning stepp I over Into Pennsylvania the other day and fooled around among 1,100 barrels of gun powder. A fearfbl catastrophe resulted. LAST week yellow fever made fearful ravages in New Orleans, Memphis, Gre­ nada and several other southern towns. Children especially are attacked, and for­ eigners and unacclimated adults, though in the latter cases, ordinary care prevents mortality. THE Springfield, (Mass.) Weekly Repub- lican, founded by Samuel Bowles, still retains it hold upon the minds of the] reading public, for though its founder is I what. no more, the editorial corpa of the^ lie-1 By ten minutes to eight, Page arrived, publican had been prepared in view of I and amid disturbance of cheers and his death, and the paper still holds its hisses, advanced to the ...

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 August 1878

AUSTIN, MIN NESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23,1878. Railroad Time-Tables. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. VAVV. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin.as follows: Going En* 1IV&7 A ar. 1:10 P.M. W* Day Mail & Pass. hl^AMide. 1:35P.M. de. ?*„. ar. 11:50 P.M. ar. St.Louis NightEx. ^yOA-M.de. 12:08 A.M. de. Mason City Pass. 11:15 A.M. ar. 11:85 A.M. do. SOUTHERN MINNESOTA. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin OMWWM. ar 'iSoi:!: iop:«: tSTM.'w. Strong's Omnibuses run between Austin and Ramsey in connection with ail pas­ senger trains. ILLINOIS CKNTRAL. Trains pass Mona (C., M. 3c St. P. Junction) as follows: Going North. Going South. Mail and Express, tt :10 P.M. 13-25 P.M. Passenger, 7:00 A JL. 4:00 P.M. BURIilNOTON. CEDAR RAPIDS ft NORTHERN. Trains pass Plymouth (C., M. Jk St. P. Junc­ tion) as follows: Going North. Going South. Passenger, 6:88 A.M. I :05 P.M. Passenger, 4:45 P.M. 11:05 P.M. CITY AND VICINITY. THE Forepaugb sliow will not comc to Austin. MRS. REV. II. A. MAYIIEW ...

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. — 22 August 1878

The Foreshadowing. Some thought tiles, day by day, Of coming rest, As birds that far away Seek their true mat. 'Tis but a feeling, yet It sounds within. That afl Ail hokn will sat Ant m»y begin. I We kntw*how Tnucn ire feel Wearied, yet sure That all pain can reveal Returns no more: That, like a journey done, The tired feet Shall, with the fading sun, Fiud rest'complete. Weftoil on, day by day, For others good, To find ourselves astray, j9kad^»tilfj&e thankless ikf Goes tin eaehf hour,I And all that we can ask Is grace aud power. Grace to contend with wrcng* And power to toil To lift, when worn a song Above the soil And when our earthward gize Set's rocks and scars. Our upward glance we itise To worlds of stars. And oft the good ye do For others here Is ever kept in view And held most dear. The after-time shall show Its fruit to thee. Whose faith and lore could throw i^rfad on.thejsen. And music in the soul Sings »oft and low, That, under time's coutrol, All troubles go That her...

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. — 22 August 1878

The Foreshadowing. Sonic thought tiics, day by day, Of coming rest. As liii ds that fur away So'.-k their true lit.st. Tis but a feelimr, yet It souuils within. That all sful hours will sot Ami Joy begin. We know liow much we feel Wearied, yi sure That all pain ean reveal Returns 110 more: That, like a journey done, The tired feet Shal'. with the fading suu, Find rest eouiplete. We|toil on, day by day, For others good. To find ourselves astray, Misunderstood And still the thaukless task (Joes ©n each hour, And all that we can ask Is grace aiul power. Grace to contend with wrcngt A lid power to toil To lil't, when worn a soug Above the soil And when our earthward ize Sees rocks and sears. Our upward glance we ial*e To worlds of stars. And oft the good we do For dUk-i.s here Is ever kept iu view Ami held must dear. The after-tiuie shall show Its fruit to thee. Whose faith and love could throw Breud on the sea. And music the soul Sings soft and low. That, under time's control, All trou...

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 August 1878

^PH ^Uoucr Co ftanismpt 1 I BATES OF ADVERTISING. One Eighth Column, one year 16.00 Ose Quartkb 30.00 One HALF 50.00 Cards of five lines or less, five dollars per year. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-half cents per line Legal rates prescribed by law. All transient advertisements to be paid for advance. NttWS OFTHETWEl KaClKh Brain. The Mark Lane Express in its weekly review of the trade, says considerable rain fell throughout the killedoua the past week, and harvest operations were seriously retard­ ed thereby. A fair quantity of wheat was secured, but very little progress was made with barley, the wol wet^her.haviiur imped­ ed threshing. Saiumes If u/w whlat wefe uot numerous, ^rife^ef g^ip8tw re ented to a greater or less extent iu all sam­ ples. The crop, however is uot a failure, as the yield promises to be better thairin the three proceeding years. Scotch advices re­ port wheat to be the best of the white crops, and more forward than usual. Barl...

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 August 1878

|Wmrcr (Co {Transcript RATES OF ADVERTISING. OSK KIIJJITH T'ohimn, one ve»r $ li'T.UO 0\K Ql' AUTKK 30.00 OSK HAI.F 5tU'L OSK yO.W 4 f\ f: (.'arils ot live liues or less, five dollars per year. tiditonal notices, inteniieii :is adver­ tisements, twelve ami oiie-lmlt eents icr line Lei al uotiQes at the rates nrest-ribed In­ law. All transient advertisements to i«ul lor ti advance. iVKWS )F THK "VTFTEK. Klltfllstt 1'hc MatK I.tine £/»•«*. in it^ weekly n-Mi-w of the u!e, s.i\ -onsiderahle rain 'i iInouirhont ttie Uin^'dom tiu- past week, and Uarw-t operations were seriously retard I'd Muret'v. fair ijuaniity of wheal was I'Uied. at \ory little progress was made with tarley. the el eather. having iinucj t-.i !hreshii'Samples if new whjtat were u.'i launerous. ^hritelled rfaiii!* Were iited ti a greater or less extent in all sam­ ples. The erop, lioweseris not failure, as it:.- _\ ield promises to he letter than in the liiue preieedins yi.ars. Seoteh adviees re i• rt wheal to be the be...

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 August 1878

L~ J. N. WHEELER, EDITOR. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST FFL, 1IT8. TUK population of the yorltl, by A re­ cent estimate, is set down at 1,438,143,300. TUKIIK are two bandied millions ,of dollars lying idle in the national treasury MATT CAKPKNTEH IS said to be mined to run For senator from Wiscoasln against Howe, and if not eli'ctetl, will undoubtedly give the la?t named gentle­ man a close rub. LAST week the New Humpshire Home of Kepresentalives, passed a bill allowing women the right of suffrage in all educa­ tional matters. This is a m«»ve in the right direction, aud which h«*s l«r some time beeu the custom in Ciinuili No taxation without representation Wis give Mr. Shottl achauce to bts Ueaid this week in defense of the charges made against him by Page. We hardly think anybody will take any stock in the char­ ges, but it is perhaps best to notice them for the benefit of strangers. However, Mr. Shortt makes smie got points iu his Utter, llend it. WE see by cur exchan...

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 August 1878

AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29,1878. Railroad Tlma-Tabloa. CHICAGO, HILWiVm ST. PAIJI Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: Going SSaaL Going North. W 110:57 A.M. ar. 1:10P.M. ar. Day Mail A Pass. JJ.^) Aji.de. de, 3:23 A.M. ar. 11:90 P.M. aRT 3: AJi.de. 13:«B A.M. de. 11:15 A.M. ar. 11:96 A.M. de. St-Louls Night Ex. 3:!io A.M. de. :«TIA.M. de. Mason City Pass. SOUTHERN MINNESOTA, Trains arrive at and depart from Austin Junction (Kaiusey) as follows: UoitHI Stmts. Guina West. Passenger and Mall, 10:40 A JI. 1:4&PJI. Frt'iitht, 1:50 P.M.tt:10p.M. MT*J. W. Strong's Omnibuses run between Austin and Ramsey in connection with all pas senger trains. ILLINOIS CIHTRAL. Trains arrive at and depart from Mona (C., M. & St. P. Junction) as follows: Arrive. Depart. Mail and Express, 6:10P.M. 12.25 P.M. Passenger, 7:00 A.M. 4:00P.M. UCKUNQTON. CKDAIL RAPIDS ft By order of Committee. NORTHKRN. Trains pass Plymouth (C.. M. 3t St. P. Junc­ tion) as follows: Goin...

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. — 29 August 1878

The Weather in Verw. Y3JI,A The undersigned desires, In a modest sort of way, To make the observation, which properly he may, To-wit: that writing verses on the several so­ lar seasons Is most uncertain business, and for these conclusive reasons: In the middle of the Autumn the subscriber did compose A sonnet on November, showing how the spirit grows Unhappy ana despondent at the season of the year When the skies are dull and leaden, and the days are chill and drear. Perhaps you may recall to inind| vernber came, No leaden skies nor chilly da the same But th weather was as bal you'd tlnd And that sonnet on Novem1 fully declined. With laudable ambition to pjbpi rhyme, The writer wrote a Christmas song three weeks ahead of time And there was frequent reference to tha and piercing air, And likewise to the cold white snow thaw? ercd earth so fair. I scarcely ne«d remind you that the Christ- 'Twas all etheral mildness white for Icicles I yearned, And of course my frigid verses were' with...

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. — 29 August 1878

Tlie Weather In Verse. I chose to Sin?: .1 -J "A »«. The undersigiicd desires, in a modest sort of way, To make tiu ohservution, which properly he may. To-wit: that writing verses on the several so­ lar seasons most uncertain business, and for these conclusive reasons: In the middle of the Autumn the subscriber did compose A sonnet on November, showintr how the spirit iirows Unhappy and despondent at the season of the vear When the skies arc dull and leaden, and the days are chill and drear. Perhaps you may recall to mind, vciuber came, No leaden skies nor chilly di the same But tli weather was as bal you'd tind Aud that sonnet on November Wraifas] fullv declined. With laudable ambition to prep»ife a $p6r»V rhyme. The writer wrote a (.'hristnuis song ih weeks alu ad of time And there was frequent reference to thstlMcp and piercing air, And likewise to the cold white snow tha'Loo? ered earth so fair. I scarcely netfil remind you that the C'hrist iwa did not brint .. The picrciiii «ai...

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 September 1878

rfiismpi. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: TILUKSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6,1878. Railroad Time-Tables. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUII. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: Going East. Going North. Day Mail & Pass. [KA.M.CJO.' de! 3:23 A.M. ar. 11 :50 P.M. nr. 3:80 A.M. do. 12:08 A.M. de. 11:15 A.M. ar. 11:35 A.M. do. St.Louis Night Ex. ajyo A.M. do. 12:08 A.M de. Mason City Pass, 80UT1IKUN MINNESOTA. Trains arrivo at and depart from Austin Junetion (Hamsoy) as follows: Going East. Going IKert. 10:40 A.M. 1:4ft P.M. 1:50 P.M. (1:10 P.M. Passenger and Mail, Freight, tar J." W. Strong's Omnibuses run betweon Austin and Ramsey in connection with all pas­ senger trains. ILLINOIS CKNTKALI. Trains arrive at and dopart from Mona (C., M. & St. P. Junction) as follows: Arrive. Depart. Mull and Express, 0:10 P.M. 12.25 P.M. Passenger, 7:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M. UCRUNGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS NORTHERN. Trains pass Plymouth (C., M. & St. P. June ion) as follows: Going North. Going South. Passenger, ...

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 September 1878

Jewelry of any grade below eighteen ht have been tarnished in a few days, rely from the abova named cause. c,these instances are not very frequent jrtheleas it ia as well to know thcm^ they are sufficient to prove that it is in every case the fault) of the goods wearing well—as it is generally called it the result of the particular consti by which they are worn. ler. \v IIJ- Jli Tht Keep Out or the Kitchen. that the summer heat is upon us .ild urge mothers and housekeepers j-ally, to spened as little time in a itchen as possible. It may seem like le piece of advice to a great many line the late. Pope, regard them •s as "prisoners,M with no chance of from their enthrallment. Yet the st worker can lessen the hours she is in its torrid heat, if she will only ee a little headwork over the matte r. -the first place, much work may be towards preparing meals before the lighted when the room is at its st, vegetables c«n be prepared, and ikiui got well under the way before the match. Then pu...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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