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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 7 November 1878

POWER COUNTS AUSTIN. MINNESOTA. DAVIOSOII WHEELER, Pikliiktn. VARIOUS TOPICS. YOUTHFUL IN ONLY IT FOR Frenchmen, with more title than ready cadi, are skirmishing about Paris very lively in search of American ladies whosqpapas are wealthy, for wives. 1S31, at New Haven, Prof. Silli man drove into a small maple tree a sta­ ple on which to hang a lantern. The other day the staple was found inside a block of wood, and for a while people wondered how it got there. Two ladies died in Iowa last week who had Kved Michigan, Wiscons'n and Iowa territories and in Iowa state with­ out a change of residence. One of them had lived constantly on the same farm through all these changes. CHIN LAN P/N, TAKING A GREAT A the Chinese minister at Washington, tells some tea merchants who ask him to discourage the exporta­ tion from his country of artificially col­ ored teas, that the Chinese will gladly stop the coloring business if the foreign­ ers will stop calling fer the colored article, which is both...

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. — 7 November 1878

EXULTATION. BY MKORGK K1XJAK MO.M'liOMKKY. There will come U.iv of a^Ioiulvr For the singer, proud ami Ions, When bis hurnins wont sHill render Kire into i'u- tu-uit ui Wheu bis faith shall seeiu the tender Hay break the night of wrong. Fnui the shadowy past and flower lew He shall turn liko one who knows 1 hat the earth is cold and bowerle.-s Th where no wind ever blows, 1 hat the air is sunl«sa, showerless— bjiptied of its rains aud snows. 'hall stftnd as one revealing »1®«T Jo the barren si .'it, MI w'tn dreauis of beauty, benling M1P»is that grop' wi,f" 'lit nii ht— "e ^nall tiuu t:ie v..fiu .:}io iliiig To a cry of strong tieliglu. Monarch nf a race of giants »Vho with radiant eves heboid Through thei-uuv.n, 01 siienco Ufo in marvelous wavs unfold, He will rrv to ilettn detiance, 1, k«f soiae dt-mi-^oa of old Then from narrow earth upteaping, Kroiu the earth which hell him fast Through long weary years uf weeping, l'hrouah a cursed a'ud lettered past He will rise troui darkness...

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. — 7 November 1878

TheTranscrjpt AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THUB8DAY MORNING, NOT. f, MTO. Railroad Tlma-Tablaa. CKIOAOO, nLWADin It. Trains arrive it and dqait from inttiM follows: Going Saet. Qotog North. iw. K.I p... UOjaTAJl. ar. Irl0v.ll. ar. Day Mall Paw. FUAO A.*.de. 1:»P.M. de. nt 11 I.I.FFLAHTWT I 8:« AM. ar. 11:80p.M. ar. St.Louls Night Ex. S:80 AJf.de. 18:WA.M.de. Mason City Pass. 11:15 A.M. ar. 11:» XM. de. BOUTOBX nmnoM. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin Junction (Ramsey) as fallows: CMngBtuL Going Witt. Passenger and Mall« 10:40 A.*. 1:45P.M. Freight, 1:90 P.M. «:10PJC. QTJ. W. stroni'i Omnibuses run between Austin and Ramsey In connection wltb all pas­ senger trains. nxTHots cwrnt. Trains arrive at and depart from Mona C., M. 4kSt. P. Junction) as follows: Arrive. Depart Mail and Express, 6:10 P.M. UJJ5P.M. Passenger, 7:00 A.M. 4:00P.M. BtmUXOTOK. CKDAR UArtX#* jsowxmuux. Trains pass Plymouth (C., M. A St. P. Junc­ tion) as follows: Going North. Going South. Passenger, :0 A.M. 1:06 M. Pas...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 November 1878

VOL. XI. NO. 33. THETRANSCRIPT J. N. WHEELER, liooD-BYK Givenbiickcr. EDITOa AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: TlintSDAY MOUXIXG. NOV. LET US iiMve peace. Tiie country is safe. 14. 1878. WHOM the White Swan would destroy, lie first makes his candidate. THE White Swan founded the Ureeu back party and then foundered it. FOVH towns in this county made no re turus of the vote tor Congressmen. WR mildly imagine that Uncle Billy Meiglien wishes he had his money hack. To quote from an article of two weeks ago, "Thank God there is no way to ac­ complish repudiation." WHY is it that this year only Republi­ can papers have a rooster 111 full crow. Have our yreeubaek printers no plates in stock FrtOMfht' closeness of tins election be warned, and next year briug out those S00 Republican voters who last Tuesday stayed ut home. THOUGH there is miu to admire in the character of Ben Butler, yet we are glad that his demagogism lias had its reward. "Sic semper demagosris"! SINCE the election, irreenback paoers don'...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 November 1878

Power Counts AUSTIN, MINNESOTA. DAVIDSON ft WHEELER, PibHshirt. GENERAL TOPICS. THREE-FOURTHS of the licorice manu­ factured in the United States is said to be produced in New Jersey. Spain and Asia Minor furnish the rest. EIGHT young men left Hartford last August to nurse yellow fever sufferers in the south. Harry Brooks, the only sur­ vivor, has just returned home. Pr^has been suggested that attempts be made to cultivate the date-palm on the Colorado desert. The departmeut of agriculture has received seed from Egypt. THE men most honored by the awards of the Paris exhibition are recognized as hard-working, capable, useful men at jthat home, heads of colleges, mechanics, arti sans, manufacturers, inventors, artists, scientists, and civil and mechanical engi­ neers. deted a decision of interest to all dwell­ ers in citicies, that a city cannot by ordinance compel a citizen to remove snow from a sidewalk in front of his premises, any more than to remove ob­ structions from the middle...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 November 1878

A NORI, S I ho It aL AD. JOHN' VNl'KOIU'S. Pis mi'PM serous ri-o moorlands down iv'u re itu' li.sli. is (mill a towh Oh, hark: beckons me. There Hf n. tisht-rs ni *h« t-nrn. tie (•t.'iiu harh !i Hiugs down, Th«-»v clitts tiupguVr theiu with a frown: On. ht»t., tiio suit sea beckons me. madness of Ih ea is sjvnt, Mo foam crt^»ja out i-i uci ui.iutli, Is .»p'li ik.e oison on tlu smut. o:t, m'S* '.troktn burns, -!'h»«*\« ».\nto tM»» I it -tii-ris. Jl -"«•. wli niul Ink-, it- fil InuJ. ill. "ht» tviths 11 ii li- 1'iit- a .) Have i'Ue l.vk, he f.uim i-i Hi -t :i MI ioim ii i'i iu lie ores ii\ k.-tl rVft with jiiiu. •. w.!! not rest, iimisa injr bri ast— on mi tr«in. IV I saw the dr.Huoh-*iN". Th it vuw ti-v Tf vi .. in,. win«9t Mitk© cnivl ^voum's on stiaiuitHi ships, I he salt-^pm-' e-uicht hiss '(ien hair, je sea-wr«ith k.*e i.i ki despair— l'lto««-:i-ivrairh kissed uiii stung bites my his lips. lips weie min—ihey did not bleed hen I t..^re ki5. m. tuy wt re mi Mit ilow iho le wliitoa-...

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. — 14 November 1878

THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 14, 1878. Railroad Time-Tables. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ft ST. PAUB. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: ftoirig East. Going West. T- .... 110:57 A.M. ar. 1:10P.M. ar. Day Mail & Pass, II AO A.M.de. 1:35P.M. de. Austin and Mason City Trains— Going South. Going North. B. T™,uvi„hiiPr I 3:22 A.M. ar. 11:60 P.M. ar. St.Louis Night Ex. 3.39 A.M. de. 1S:0CJA.M. de. St. L. Day Mail* Ex 11:15 A.M. ar. 11:35 A.M. de. SOUTHXRN MINNESOTA. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin unction (Ramsey) as follows: Going East. Gotng 1Vest. Passenger and Mail, 10:40 A.M. 1:45 P.M. Freight, 1:50 P.M. 6:10 P.M. tarj. W. Strong's Omnibuses run between Austin and Ramsey in connection with all pas­ senger trains. ILLINOIS CKNTHAL. Trains arrive at and depart from Mona (C., M. & St. P. Junction) as follows: Arriiv. Depart. Mail and Express, 8:10 P.M. 12.25 P.M. Passenger, 7:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M. RUBLINOTOS, CKDAR RAPIDS FT NORTHERN. Train...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 21 November 1878

•a 1 If VOL. XI. NO. 34. THETRANSCRIPT J. N. WHEELER, EDITOR. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNINO, NOT. 31, 1878. WE see by an exchange (hat War will be declared on Turkey—Thanksgiving day. TnE old Tiber has been on a tear late ly ttiul has Hooded roads and railways, impeding travel and doing much damage. Peck's Sun (democratic) shows only the head und tail of its pnHticnl rooster Says the "stuffing" has been kii'kt out of it. One of the strongest papers in the state, the St. Cloud Journal-Pres*, rojjreis the repudiation ot the state bonds. Its head is level. A GREAT to-do is made about the pre mature resurrecting of A. T. Stewart's corpse. Large rewards are ottered for the capture of the thieves, but hitherto they have escaped the officers. TUE Dollar Rural has now dropped to half a sheet, has stopped the publication of its growing list, and now has decided to clmrge 1.30 per year. It's great pat­ tern, the New York Adrocote, now issues only once a month. LET those grumblers who co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 21 November 1878

Gtountg Swmwrijrt. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA. DAVIDSON A WHEELER, MNMM. CUBKENT TOPICS. A BILL to abolish capital punishment has been killed in the Vermont house by a vote of 157 to 26. THE Dutch ship William Bareuda has returned to Amsterdam from her voyage to the Arctic regions. The voyage hw been a fairly success! ul one, and accounts of discoveries will be shortly published. THE Yale professors and tutors have voluntarily relinquished five per cent, of their salaries in order to maVw up for the deficiency in the college income, caused by shrinkage in the value of property and securities held by that college. SENATOR SHARON, Nevada's chronic absentee, proposes to return to the legis­ lative halls at Washington in December. His fortune, attention to which kept him from his post of duty, is estimated at $15,000,000, all paying a good income, to which the Palace Hotel at San Francis­ co, contributes $180,000 net annually. THE Memphis Appeal THE lost during the epidemic a bookkeeper, 8 compo...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 21 November 1878

KA.NTA8K ST. BY MARY CLHMMKR. Vair is thy face, N tncaskot. A ml fair thy cinvinit shores— Th* peering spirts of villages, The boaimiu's ilippiug oar a, T»" lonelt- of M.nut, Whore i!u .itcini.au tends His light Ami sets his perilous beacon, A .nsr In the a:oruilest night. )r»r the vast sea highway is great shiDs glide liom sight, Ami cks of wirged phantoms lit by, like bir is in flight. wr the loptiiiog sea-wall he homc-bouuti dories float, I watch the patieui fisherman "end ia his aticuvrtd boa'. am alon with Nvtuv: Ith theglai S '.ember day. Tue tamlis* hills above me KUi««ii-.-" xre !?siy, At-msst th' ii. I"s .-f 'her* Flit buttei tl »tit play, An ciues of unmet ^uniac't (i'o# linwn cnu'try way. The autumn daudelion Aionn tue r-m1.iil» Down from the llvheued bowlders '-i iver (no p.utimt ferns Tlj,- ereair-wtiite silk ..f tko milk-weed. toats from its a-greeu poti Out from the mossy ck seams Klaahts the golden-rod. The woo,I bine's sc irlet banners 'aunt froiu their towers of st...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 21 November 1878

THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. tt, 1878. Railroad Tlme-Tablea. 4 onoioo. mLwinu sr. YAUL. Trains arrive at and depart froin Austin as follows: Going Ea*. Goto WW. Tt.. w.« M. «... 110:87 AM. ar. 1:10 *.M. ar. Sty IUU FUl. U:90 aji. de. l:Kr.x. de. Austin and Mason City Trains— Qolmg South. Going North. «. I 8J# AM. ar. 11:50 TM. ar. St.LouuNigntBx. AAOAJI.de. M:« AJ(.de. St. L. Day Mail a Ex :15 AJI. ar. 11:86 AJI.de. Bouraui mmnaoTA. urln at and depart from Austin (Ramsey) as follows: Going Scut. Going Wat. and Mall, W-IOA.M. 1 :«*.*. 1:B0PJI. 6:10 F.W. W'J. W. Strong's Omnibuses run between Austin and Ramsey to connection with all pas ——T trains. HXIHOIB CHRRAL hre at and M. St. P. Junction) as Trains arrive at and depart from Mona (C., "*-*-1 follows irriv*. Mail and Expires, «:10r.M. rssasngst. T:00 AM. Depart. 4:00P.M. BVBUKOTOIF, CatAHHARM A NORTH***. Trains pass Plymouth (C.« M. St. P. Junc­ tion) as follows: Going North. Going South. Passenger, :88 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. — 28 November 1878

VOL. XI. NO. 35. THETRANSCRIPT J. N. WHEELER. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING. NOV. 23, 1878. "FOR what we are about to receive, the Lord make u« truly thankful." TUE White Swan is thinking about "strokinL'" the "horrid social crime," and "exposing the filth and degradation" &c. See—what is it that begins at home, Cataline? Oh,ves its charity. and thrive at the expense of its contem­ poraries, causes some very tunny "communications" and "letters from the people."* to appear in the local sheets. Jealousy is a painful" disease. Beware of the "green eyed." "TUEKK S a generalI in their own eyes, ami yet ar.* not washed from their filthiness."—-4. J. Hunt in Republican. Thai's a subject we leave tor those who cnu speak fron. experience, and we must sav ihat ('apt. Hunt handles his text very ably. IF Captain Hunt had been a little better up in his latin he would have known that the primary signification of Rex was ruler ai.d not teacher—that the bin inine of the won! was liegina. ...

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. — 28 November 1878

gfttwt* bounty Itawwpi AUSTIN, MlNNlKffi. DAVIDSON ft WHEELER, Mlishm. VARIOUS TOPICS. MISCEGENATION in Virginia has been pronounced illegal by the Supreme Court of that state. FOR some reasons sorghum is not in It is not cultivated in most of leys, and there is little of it in any of the counties of that state. LEPROSY MEXICAN dollars are down to 75 cents in debtedness was contracted by her hus- I^ T1 °.u., recommended by an English magazine is j._ of the salivary fluid, and partly from the "U8pended' tonic and stimulating action of the leaf chewed Before meals is a better time chewed. Before meals is a better time those of pine, spruce or black thorn trees, currant and ross bushes, mint, the petals of flowers, and the stalks of mountain daisies, and the tender portions of the stalks of grain or grasses. certain distance of one already estab-1 !ual lished A Chinaman infracted the rule |urn white friends he was found chained in a cellar, where he Had been left to starve. He was rele...

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. — 28 November 1878

AN AUTUMN UBKOBT. The leaves of the maple are crimson and gold, As here to-day, in its shade I lie And the pearly peaks of the clouds, uprolled, Loom up like castles within the sky. Afar in the distaoce, the purple hills Are wrapped in a veil of slender mist. That over me landscape the wide air fiUa With the tint of the teudenst amethyst. The golden reed on the hillside grows, Nodding its head to the winds that blow, And the tlauie of the gaudy sunflower glows In the farm yard down in the Tale below. There the river glides on Its winding way, By fields that are crowned by the ripeued corn, Whose bright leaves shine ia the sun, to-day, Like the ttainiug banners that gild the morn. And my thoughts, like a tide that leaves the shore To wander out toward the open sea, Turn back to an autumn gone before In the golden days that were dear to me. The maple's leaves have the same rich glow. The sauie clouds tloat through the azure sky, The same waves How, and the same winds blow, On this aut...

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. — 28 November 1878

THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 88, 1878. Railroad Time-Tables. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: Going EasL doing West. U.ii Jk p»,« 110:57 A.M. ar. 110 P.M. nr. Day Mail Pass. fii ao A.M.de. 1:3&P.M. de. Austin and Mason City Trains— Going South. Going North. a* 3:22 A.M. ar. 11:50 P.M. nr. St.Louis Night Ex. 3: A .M. de. 12:08 A.M. de. St. L. Day Mail A Ex 11 :l& A.M. ar. 11:•& 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. Freijrht, 1:50 P.M. 6:10 P.M. %W~J. 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. it St. P. Junction) as follows: Arrive. Depart. Mail and Express, 6:10 P.M. 13.35 P.M. Passenger, 7:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M. BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS ft NORTHERN. Trains pa...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 December 1878

VOL XI. NO. 36. Ttf Tr a nsc J. N. WHEELER. EDITOR. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 5, 187S. GOODBYE. N. WltKGLiER. LAST VI IN I RUT ion—0:ipt Hunt's. RESUMPTION! »h the joyful suind! First of IIHX« nvmh. CONGRESS mi*t on M»»n«lav. We irive tlit* rVt'siilmt's mcssisje on "iir cn«1 pa ire. GREAT enthnsi-ism was sln»wn in 'Hw reception of tlx* nrw G"wr»ir G',reriillit Hull fax Inst wetk. It will te his own fault if he be n'l a popular man. A bit rik^ in proscre^s in Lanca­ shire. ilas'»i»ff io the t'tinh the hopes of i^vival of trmh' and prosperity in Enjr lani. 120 mills closed ami 12,000 mt'u idle. THERE are LOTS of people the Blnrk Hills and a goodly number eontinua ly on ihe iv to and from. As usual, some are wise and some are foolish—moslly foolish. A STATE orsanizatioH was effected at St Paul, on Friday las', to resist by law­ ful means the drive well patent. It is a stions organization. Iu uuiou there is strength. TUE excess of exports over imports for the list ten mo...

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 December 1878

Power Jaunty Sauwmpt. AUSTIK. MINNESOTA. DAVIDSON & WHEELER, Publiikcrs. NEWS IN BRIEF. Fnuioni SMUMUI Cum Settled. The famous Tytus-Dicfeey scandal case was settled by compromise at Hamilton, Ohio, on the 27th alt., Miss Dickey agree­ ing to accept $3,850,'and withdraw all spits and claiius. A MMMKcr*. Eight liberated convicts and three na­ tives have been murdered by rebels at the mouth of the Poya river, New Caledonia. The troops continue to pursue insurgents in the Poya district. Bailer KxplONlon. A BOILER explosion at Uniontown, Pa., on Thanksgiving day, killed Richard Evans, Daniel Garrison and J. J. Miller instantly, mortally wounding Jos. Yavoii and serious­ ly injured ten others. Anotlier Delimiter. John B. Garrett charges ex-president Huntzenger, of the Philadelphia Coal Co., with appropriating $82,000 of the company's funds. Ilis bail was fixed at $10,000. Iluut ziuger is in jail. Steamer Burned Willi Low or Life. The propeller Lake Breeze, of Leaming­ ton, Amherstbur...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 December 1878

1 man Secretary ol me rn TREASURY. The ltwi|is Total ordinary The ordinary were: For civil exp- uses For f.'reig i-i.i r.-ourse For Indians b'or peLsions Fur the r.i...tiry establishment, in­ cluding ti\er and harbor :tupro\ j ments ana arsenals For the naval tsiab istiiueat, in lud tug essi Is, a Uiii.iv, and lffi provemeu a navy ards For n'i scelir„eo-.is txpeiidilures, m clud ng pub.ie buildiL'i.', lltlht houses, ami co l-ctiug the revenue For interest o:i pub.ic eebt reuc" Companies 31)7.737 ll' S52.2S- "JO Irom :stoms t-es. f.aes, penalties, sc.. 244,8-j3 9.: 7i5,lo6 t7 From fees—consular. letters-patent, and lands "fj 1,491,10'J 24 From salts of Govern­ From miscellaneous. From customs, From internal revenue From all other sources THE VT ION'S FIN 4 N f1l'"S amouut of bonds sold for these purposes, $05,500,- Cur rent fiscal Years. Discussion 0 Resumption, Silver Coinage, Funding ot the Public Debt, National Banks, &c Snifjrcntioiis lleKimliUK Legislation to At«l Kesiiuipti...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 December 1878

THETRANSCRJPT AU8TIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 5, 1878. Railroad Time-Tables. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ft ST. PAUL. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: Going East. Going We*t. t, a. 111:30 A.M. ar. 110P.M. ar. Day Mail Pass. f11:50 A.M.de. 1:38p.M. de. Austin and Mason City Trains— Going South. Going Tforth. SI* TJ\NIAWIIRHTVT 3:28 A.M. ar. 11:50P.M. ar. St.Louis Night Ex. 3: ao A.M .de. 12:02 A.M.de. St. L. Day Mall a Ex 11:45 A.M. ar. 12:45 P.M. de. SOUTHBRN MINinESOTA. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin Junction (Ramsey) as follows: Going East. Going Iftot. Passenger and Mail, 11:15 A.M. 1 -.45 P.M. Freight, 1:55 P.M. 6:111P.M. KSTM. 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. Mail and Express, 6:10 P.M. 12.25 P.M. Passenger, 7:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M. BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS NORTHERN. Trains p«98 P...

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

VOL. XI. NO. 37. THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 12, 1878. THANKSGIVING SERMON, BY REV. C. E. WRIGHT. Rom. V: 3.1. "Wo slorv In tribulations also:" or litonillv, "We rejoice in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation worketh pa tieiiiv and patience, experience and ex­ perience hope. It I'aul rejoiced in these things, he must have had a great deal of happiness while he lived. And if these are sources of pleasure in this world, it must be a very merry world. For there are trib illations enough to make all oreatiou jovful if they are the source of joy. I have no doubt but it lias seemed to some of you, that if we are to rejoice ou this thanksgiving dav, we should have to rejoice in "tribulation." We are in the midst of what we call "hard times." Almost all feel the effects of it keenly The laud is filled with broken merchants baukers upset men that stood high in charities brought down by the loss of money: wirti multitudes wandering up and dowu the land, not...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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