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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 September 1878

te arc yet sixteen sorrowing willows lett in harem. coroner of Kilbarry, Ireland, at ait inquest mail killed by in fid bull, Raid sternly to owner of the beast: "I must ask you to with the animal. Ship liim. He is not have about the placc. If you sell him you will likely have some more Irishmen -d. Ship him. and if he is to kill any per let it be an Englishman." court of inquiry has been held at Wool i, England, relative to certain officers of the in refusing to attend a mess dinner given onor of officers recently promoted from the •:s. The Duke of Cambridge has directed two shall be relieved of their duties, and intimated that they will be further dis of as soon as their successors are op­ ted. 1 old fellow named Barney Moran, who recently in the workhouse at Balliea, in -md, revealed to the chaplain before his li that he was the excutioner of Robert aert. He was a young soldier at the time performed the revolting office for a reward. but a few officers knew what he was, and ecret ...

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. — 5 September 1878

ue \ct MX icon Nitrim ing willows Kit in hare coroner .f Kilnarry. Ireland, at an imjucst man killed by :i bull. said sternly to .iwner »it" tlit' beast: "I must ask you to with the animal. Ship him. He is nut have about the place. vou sell him you will likely have some more Irishmen d. Shi)" him. ami if he in to kiil any per­ il-C it \h -in r.:._!ishn.an." e:-i:rt of inur.iry has been held at Wool i. England. relative to certain i»!lii'ers of the in refusing attend mess dinner given onor of officers recently promoted from the s. The l)uke of Cambridge has directed two shall be relieved of their duties, and intimated that they will be further dis of as soon as their successors are sip ted. old fellow named Barney Morau. who recently in tlie v.orkhouse at lialliea, in lid. revealed to the chaplain before his that he was the excutioner of Robert :icrt. He was a young soldier at the time performed the revolting office for a reward. .• but :i few officers knew what he was. and ecret was...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 September 1878

THE Republican office oi this city met with a misfortune on Wednesday night of last week. The office was eutered by some one, and some 10 columns of set matter taken from the stones, the news­ paper chases, column rules, &c., together with two cases of type, all carried off. The power-press was dee poiled ot the fly, .tape (roller, con necting rod, grippcr bolts, &c., and the distributing apparatus broken. From the job press was taken the connecting arm, —impression screw, distributing roller, crank to distributing cylinder, and five rollers. Seven brass galleys were also taken, and about 25,000 ems of body and display type "pied.M Of 'liese articles taken, one of the chases, the fly to the power press, tape roller, the two cases, the seven brass galleys, and some type, were found the next day or two in differ eot places in the sloughs near town, and recovered as good as ever. The damage, as far as material is concerned, cannot exceed $300 all told. There are a great many th...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 September 1878

I fHoutpr $0 ©ransmpi RATES OF ADVERTISING. ONE KIGHTH Coluum, one year 9 10.00 O.VE QrAKTKR 30.00 OSB HALF 60.00 One «»0.00 Cards of five lines or less, live dollars per year. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-lialt cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed It law. All transient advertisements to le .« advance. liutiiusftOi.., from si\*y to*vn- ma THF. XI.WH CONDENSED. A UKVKUNED MVUDEliKK. flartford, Conn., toloLjram says, llev. O. H. Flavdi r, of Methodist church liad been .irrotod on a charge of the murder •of Mary $t:iunard. BVRULAUS. Throe mucked men entered the Great Western Station railroad office at Dutidas, Out., on the 'Jth Inst., tied and gatrsi'i'd the watchman .nul blew open the safe which con­ tained ab hn'.'.ilred dollars iul a check for a small amount The burglars escaped. PEVKT I TMKNTS. Tiv mystery sv.: Jin.'r the Coilison tnuriler .. K'luhvoo !. i. T.. is being solved. M. L. Conk, of the Mode'.l brewery, has been arrested ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 September 1878

J. N. WHEELER, EDITOft. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 12, 1878. Wiien Beechcr got to San Francisco a meeting was called, immediately opposite the hall in which he was lecturing, which denounced him as a pretended christian, who was bringing reproach upon the cause, and as a "classical libertine." Lots of sand in the craw of these ''sand lot" tesol vers. IT must have required great self-denial in Brother Kennedy to refrain from ex­ emplifying some of the good points Page made on himself \u his LeRoy speech. They are sticking out all through the re­ port. But the Independent probably thinks that if it just hints at them, its readers will see the point. Wouldn't it be fun to answer Page's egotistical mouth ings, one by one, and show him as his speech shows him. He is to be pitied. THIS is the way of the world. While Hayes, the fourth president of the Re­ publican party, was being cheered anil fare welled from Chicago on hist Wednes­ day, John C. Fremont, the first standard...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 September 1878

AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 12, 1«8. Railroad Time-Tables. CH1CAOO, MILWAUKEE *ST. PAUL. Trains arrive at and depart trom Austin as follows* (loimi kjiX&t* iXoif/i. •«. c. 110:57 A.M. av. 1:10 P.M. ar. Day Mall & Tass. n:a) A.M .do. 1:35 P.M do. ... 3:23 A.M. ar. 11:50 P.M.ar. St.I«ouis NIjrtat fc..\. A .M. do. 12:(« A.M. de. Mason City Pass. II :15 A.M. ar. 11:35 A.M. do. SOVTUF.UN MINNESOTA. Trains arrive at and depart 1'iroin Austin um-t Uu (Uamsey) as follows: C.'oint/ Hast. Going IViMif. Passenger and'Mail, 10:40 A.M. 1:45 P.M. Freight, 1:50 P.M. (.10 P.M. W. Strong's Omnibuses run between Austin and Utuusey in connection with all pas­ senger trains. ILLINOIS CEXTKAJ.. Trains arrive at and depart from Mona (C., M. & St. 1*. Junction) i\3 follows: Arrive. lhiart. Mail and Express, 6:10 P.M. 12.25 P.M. Passenger, 7:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M. nriti.INT'.TON, I'KII.U: UAINNS S NORTIIF.UX. Trains pass Plymouth (•'., M. & St. P. •luue tion) as follows: XTtit. so...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 September 1878

i- 1 AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 12, 1878. Railroad Tlmo-Tablo«. OHICAOO, MH.WACKKK* 8T. PATO. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: Going East. Going North. 10:57 AJ(. ar. Day Mall & Pass, N-AO 1:10P.M. BURUSCTOS, CEDAR UAPTDS & NOUTHEHN. Trains pass Plymouth (C.. M. & St. P. Junc­ tion) as follows: (ioinp JS'ortlh Going South. Passenger, 6:21 A.M. 1:05 P.M. Passenger, 4:-LO P.M. 11:05 P.M. CITY AND VICINITY. 4-VAW next Wednesday. TEACHERS' Examination. See intem'.eut's notice elsewhere. OOME Mass Convention. Maybe you'll get the nomination. WERE you at the fair yesterday And are you going to-day Heaps of fun of a funny kind, and the fair is fair to the middling hind. THE members ot the Ladies' Floral Club will hold a business meeting at Dr. J. X. Wheat's, on Tuesday, Sept. 17th, at 3 p. m. S. L. DAVIDSON, Miss DOTJCHEY Rush ford, on Tuesday. She was an esti­ mable young lady, and her death will be regretted by numerous friends in Austin. RE...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 September 1878

ADDRESS OK PRESIDENT RITES. »»Mw«4 Before tit* SlMNMta Htrtf Ag rlealtarnl Society, Mepiemlter 5,1MI. Pmow OmoNSi I desire to make my aiueere acknowledge menta to the Governor of Minnesota, Governor Pilubary, to the Mayor of the city of St. Paul, Mayor Dawson, to the Preside* of the Agricul­ tural ttoeiety of the State of Min­ nesota, Mr. Geo. R. Finch, and the gentlemen associated with them offic­ ii ally, and all the people of Minnesota whom they represent, for the very kind and generous welcome they have given to the party that is with me and to myself, and I wonld bo clad if I could say something in return for the kindness that would be worthy of the occasion and of the audience, but I suppose I must be •content with simply undertaking to say a ftew wolds that may bring encouragement—a few words in regard to the material inter vats and condition of our country, which may bring encouragement to those who need encouragement and hope to those who are perhaps already hopeful. OUB FI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 September 1878

VOL. XI. NO. 25. lift fyuufipt. J. N. WHEELER, EDITOR. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: TIIUKSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 19, 1878. SPECIE payments were resumed in New York, last Monday. UISHOP GRACE has forbidden dancinc nt picnics danciug ot all Kinds, that where you hug and wbere you don't. THE fashionable ladies ol New York, are now dyeing tlieir teeth rose-colored. It will ruin the best set of teeth in six mouths. IT is proposed to destroy the germ of the yellow fever plague by concussion, and so cannons are to be fired in some of the infected cities. DON'T confound the Page mentioned in the report of the mass convention witT» our Judge of that name. Page ot the convention is O. II. Page, uominee for State Auditor. A KEM.VKK.ABLE revival, amounting to a religious frenzy, is going on in the Foundry Methoilist church, of Washing­ ton, D. l\, under the leadership of a 21 year old youth, whom physicians pro­ nounce insane. WIIEX St. Paul spoke ol" having suf­ fered perils by water and perils by land, did...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 September 1878

towft (StoutrttjIrattjwipt. -U'STIN Ml.NNi SOT A. DAVIDSON & WHEELER, Pnklish«rs. VARIOUS TOPICS. THK course of the San Francisco board of health in regard to the nuisances in the Chinese quarter, which is nearly in the centre of the city, will, it is said, result in its substantial depopulation. THE price of quinine is higher than since tbe war, and still rising, not, as is generally supposed, because the Russians cleared the market for their armies, but because the South American Indians who suppy the bark are fighting among themselves, and have shipped none for eight or nine months. To get some good out of the Tullis murder it is proposed in California to abolish the office of public administrat­ or, on the ground that no one man can properly settle all kinds of business and also to allow wives, like partners, to set­ tle the affairs of their husbands, or, in case a man leaves neither wife nor part­ ner,'that the court shall appoint a suita­ ble person to the task. THE cost o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 September 1878

THE HILL-PASS. BY F. W. BOURMLtiON. Xt is time to arouse us froui slumber, For the peaks sre forsaken of night, .Aiul the stars of their 'wlhiering number I.onve olav oue li^ht. No fear now to find not a footing 1 at he shadow ou slippery crag. Or to stumble at torrents uprooting (if jiiue tree or jag. Set each watch-fire far of the foeinen 1 a siuoke, that all night was a spark( Lot us hail it triumphant, the oiusn i'lu-ir hopes dashed and dark: Quick to horse, ere the ('".ylight be stronger, Lest our steel, blue a* tvuu blood, should seam To turn traitor with loisger. j\ad betray us'jy gi,,ami Now by root a-r,\l by chasm wo thunder, u-Y °n l0 l'u' 'kc hills 'e,e he shoer rocks are parted asunder, Ud the Ti-tiite torrent sj.ills. For there, 'twixt the bine* W:ills uprising. A host may be u",t*l by a score And there, save for traitor's surprising. W ill OtU" b: luls b,. bofoi o. An 1 here, where the rock wall runs curving, (Jur liorses. so headlong the pace, over the chasm hunt? swe...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 September 1878

|3r\J. uuuriyi. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 19, 1878. Railroad Time-Tables. CHICAGO, MII/WAUKKE ft ST. PACT. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: Going Eaat. Going North. TX «, 110:57 A.M. ar. 1:10 P.M. ar. Day Mail & Pass, FN:AO A.M.de. 1:35 P.M. de. I 3:88 A.M. ar. 11:50 P.M. ar. St.Louis Night Ex. 3:AOA.M.de. 18:08 A.M. de. Mason City Pass. 11:15 A.M. ar. 11:35 A.M.de. SOUTHERN MINNESOTA. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin Junction (Ramsey)as follows: Going East. Going West-. Passenger and Mail, 10:40 A.M. 1:45 P.M. Freight, 1:50 P.M. 6:10 P.M. W. Strong's Omnibuses run between Austin and Ramsey in connection with all pas­ senger trains. ILLINOIS CENTRAL. Trains arrive at and depart from Mona (C., M. & St. P. Junction) as follows: Arriue. Depart. Mail and Express, 6:10 P.M. 13.85 P.M. Passenger, 7:00 A .M. 4:00 P.M. BURLINGTON, CKDAU RAPIDS & NORTHERN. Trains pass Plymouth (C., M. & St. P. Junc­ tion) as follows: Grind North. Goi...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 26 September 1878

jMjw max VOL. XI. NO. 26. THETRANSCRIPT J. N. WHEELER, EDITOR. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 26, 1878. WAS Bosnia given to Austria or was Austria given to Bosnia. That's what we want to know. Ai.l that is left of the old Democratic part}' is the instinct to get into power.— Piontvr-Pr?**. EIHSON is tustling with the IVUSE OF the New York elevated railway ami ^vill find a way to shrink it. READ CI.OIV.H'S reasons for voting "guilty." Pretty g^od reasons. He could not have done differently and been an honest man. YKSTERDAY morning about 4 o'clock, occurred a rare p'.anetarv phenomenon, the conjunction of the moon, Venus and Mercury. No more beautiful sight i3 vouchsafed us. But the fearfnl thunder storm—wasn't it grand—hid all things from sight. Was the electric storm the result of the conjunction of those planets? At any rate, it was as fine a storm as we remember. The lightning flashed inces­ sant, and the thunder-roll was continuous. THE editor of the Lanesboro Journal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 26 September 1878

Power Gmtntg Iwmwript. AUSTIN. MINNESOTA. DAVIDSON & WHEELER, Publitittrs. VAEI0U8 TOPICS. EL DORADO county, California, is not dependent on mining. Five thousand tons of fruit is this year's crop, of which one man contracts for twelve hundred tons for canning and drying. BALTIMORE never had so much foreign shipping in port as now. It is attracted by the petroleum and grain trade, and a large proportion of the arrivals are with out cargo. Of the 1,143 vessels that have arrived this year no less than 544 came in ballast. THE Tempt, referring to the railways which it is proposed to make between Vienna and Constantinople, and between Vienna and Salonica, says that the Vien na and Constantinople line will be 1,010 miles in length, of which 499 miles are not yet laid. THE wheat fleet gathered in San FRAN' cisco to convey the surplus crop of this season is bigger than ever before. Forty four vessels cleared last month, carrying an average of about 1,200 tons each, and there are new so...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 26 September 1878

THE ROBBEB. BY WILLIAM C. BRYAHT. Beside a lonely mountain path. Within a i»ossv wood That cruwnt'i the "'llil. wind-beaten dills, A lurkiug roii'.vr MN foreign irl his l'«niy eye, His cheek -w.iritiy stain. Bespoke him who i^ht have been A pirate on th main, Or l:iiiiiit from the far-oil' bills Oi Cub. or Spa ti. His ready pistol In his band, A stiadowiiu iKiugh ho rained hired forth, as oroitching ti^er glares, A ud muttt-reil as he ii: ^ure, he tuust ep mc ii'ssteed 1 deenei the i.i:tr.. near. I'll.give him, u.r me t«-.o he wears, A sounder MIIIIMVV, ii re His charter, wht :i pre-"* his rtank, Shall leap l.ke ai:i deer." l-ong, Ions 1 watched and listened long There came rt thv, !. liv The ruttiaa sr«v:t.i a ii.iistier curse, And sleoimei' hi. eye \V:iile o'er the hravctl bfepin A leadrti i/ i•• spnud. And, past his :be summer sun A dimmer IH'.U'.I \u shed: And on that e.uMiu ui'. summit fell A sileuee dee :u:il diea.i. Then ceased the bristling pine to gh, ill hung the !nv .e'i ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 26 September 1878

THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 96, 1878. Railroad Tlme-Tablea. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE 8T. PAUL. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: GoingEast. Going North. „„aB 10:57 A Jl. ar. 1:10 P.M. ar. Day Mail & Pass, u-.ao A.M.de. 1:36 P.M. de. I 3:83 AJ*. ar. StAouls NightEx. 11:60P.M. ar. 8: aoA.M.de. 12:08 A.M. de. Mason City Pass. 11:15 A.M. ar. 11:35 A.M. de. SOUTHKBN MINNISOTA. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin Junction (Ramsey) as follows: Going East. Going !T«t. Passenger and Mail, 10:i0 AM. 1:45 P.M. Freight, 1:50 P.M. 6:10 P.M. fprj w. Strong's Omnibuses run between Austin and Ramsey in connection with all pas­ senger trains. ILLINOIS CENTRAL. Trains arrive at and depart from Mona (C., M. & St. P. Junction) as follows: Arrive, Depart. Mall and Express, 6:10P.M. Passenger, 7:00 A.M. 4-00 P.M. BOBUSOIOKI CEDAR RAPIDS SOJOTBS. Trains pass Plymouth (C.« M. & St. P. Junc­ tion) as follows: Going North. Going South. Passenger, 6:SSA...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 3 October 1878

VOL. XL NO. 27. THETRANSCRIPT J. N. WHEELER, SKE EDITOR. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 3, 1878. REPUBLICAN COUS5XY COSVESTION. A iloleaate convention o£ the Republicans of Mower count vis hereby called to meet in the village ot I.E UOY. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1878, at 1 o'clock P.M.. for the pnrpoee of putting in nom­ ination candidates for the following office*, to be voted for at the next general election, vis: Senator, Two Repreoentativea. Sheriff, Auditor, Register of Deeds. County Attorney, Judge of Probate, County Surveyor, Coroner, Commissioner First District. Each of the several voting precincts of the county will be entitled to delegates as follows: Austin city—1st Ward, 7 'r •»d Waril, :il Ward, 3 Austin town Ailums ltrownsilale village,... 8 Bennington 4 Clayton, 4 Dexter village & town, 8 Frankford. 8 Grand Meadow villas* and town, 5 Lansing, LeRoy village and town, 9 Lyle village, 3 Lyle town 5 todi 4 Marshall, 3 Nevada, 5 Pleasant Valley, 3 Red Rock, R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 3 October 1878

AUSTIN, MINNESOTA. DAVIDSON WHEELER, PiMUm, VARIOUS TOPICS. SPEAKING of the harvest of cereals in Europe, a French paper says that in Italy it is fair, in England, Spain and Holland good, in theDanubian provinces and portions of Turkey not the scene of war, magnificent, and only fair in Rus­ sia. The editor says that no advance in the price of bread will be necessary, and with their usual importations ^neither man nor beast will suffer for the want of food. MRS. MACKEY has been a great pur­ chaser of jewels at the exhibition in Paris. She has bought a parure of dia­ monds, consisting of a diadem, brooch and pendants, bracelets, ring and ear­ rings. The parure is ornamented pro­ fusely with blue sapphires and termi­ nates with a handsome pearl. The center sapphire is valued at 200,000 francs, and the entire parure at 850,000 francs. Also a necklace of brilliants terminating in briolet drop valued at 125,000 francs. THR late "Hank" Smith, police com­ missioner of New York, in Tweed's ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 3 October 1878

THE HAWK': NEST. ISIKKKAS.) We clitvktxl our p:ut'—the reil road sharply round us t' hrnril tin1 troubled flow Of the tl.irk olive depths of piiie, resouudiug A thousand leet below Above 11 tumult of the easy on lifted, The pay hawk breathless hung. Or 011 ttu '.iiil a wiuged shadow iJritted Where furze and thoru bush clung Or where, half way, the mountain side was fupj rowed With umuv a SCHUI :UUL sear. Or aoiut) abandoned !iunrl vii'uly burrowed— A I a I We looked it: silonro uiwn ueross thodistant I'ntatneuuible reach, AsiU-noe broken the miijfcs consistent And realistic speech: Walker, »t Min jv bole through Peters i-' hi*i l-.f i.ed. Then up aud dusted out South Kornitos Across iho loi-- •.!:v dc W an K.ien, nit of S,rone's and up through ti ford below, Aud Souat 'uiitai" (Peters' 1 rotlux lead in'), and I'l.uk aud Joe. i. us fun o: •K'st how tilt souiehow, I li-remember tltiiis, koui riMii:.i say 'twas wnddins souie a -H Flout tires ou the gvouud. altered ember But IU one uiiu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 3 October 1878

THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 3, 1878. Railroad Time-Tables. CHICAGO, MH.WAUKMI 8T. PAUL. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: (initio East. Ooitto North. TKlcll An 110:57 A.M. ar. 1:10 P.M. ar. Day Mail & Pass, N AO AJi.de. 1:36P.M. de. A* 8:23 A.M. ar. 11:80 P.M. ar. Bt.Louls Night Ex. j:30 x.M.de. 12:08 A.M. do. Mason City Pass. 11:1& A.M. ar. 11:35 A.M. de. BOUTHKKN MINNESOTA. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin Junction (Ramsey) as follows: Going Kant, doing 11 est. Passenger and Muii, 10:40 AM. 1:45 P.M. Freight, 1:80 P.M. 6:10 P.M. |2Sr"j. W. Strong's Omnibuses run between Austin and Ramsey in connection with all pas­ senger trains. ILLINOIS CENTHAL. Trains arrive at and depart from Mona (t., M. & St. P. Junction) as follows: Depart. 12.25 P.M. '4:00 P.M. Mail and Express, 6:10 P.M. Passenger, 7:00 A.M. BUKLINOTON. OKI) Alt RAPIDS & KOHTHBRN. Trains pass Plymouth (C., M. & 8t. P. Junc­ tion) as follows: Goimj No...

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