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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 December 1878

(ffountg Kmnwript. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA. OAVIDSOH a WHEELER, PnblUliert. VARIOUS TOPICS. EVERY approach to the Ameer's do­ minions is over a road that would call out the enthusiasm of a tourist, and the employment of elephants and camels give to the invading army an Oriental cast that has at least the charm of nov­ elty to Europe and America. THE New York city authority are prosecuting the bill-posters who exceed their privileges in pasting their sheets over the bills of other parties, and who disfigure structures that their paste brush is not entitled to besmear. Evi dtntly, as one of the humorists of the day has said, there has got to be less patent medicine or more fence." WILLIAM C. RALSTON'S handsome widow has wasted $120,000 of the $175,* 000 settled upon her from the ruin of her husband's California estate three years ago, and her friends have applied to the San Francisco courts for the ap­ pointment of a guardian to prevent the squandering of the remainder. Numer­ ous adventure...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 December 1878

1' DAHLIAS. TV.o summer reign oi Uowois Is past, Yota.'irtli hat btMuty to tbo hist Of aiituuiu's Mhnrteniu* ilays Tlie pansy droops th» nse is gone, Hut i'U t(u t. ii tho )ai?n •'ho stately ilaliliaa blaza. With what varied wealth oi bloom "l'lirw i'.iin s. (lowers »f autuuiu come Vhtir velvet petal a hold r»et! s!j .les of countless flowers that blow, The ruse's crimson, lily's snow, The suuttower's royal gold. They glow a* ii a summer SUD Shouo through the heart of every oin\ \S it A IUIIU !r bre Were (towing owr all the laud, et Autumu'- breuth, jmi Autumn's haud, Jtake ba-e the waving tret's. They g'n the !:t«h iKto'^r morn, As if with tl\-»u bns'.u Itvos were born A seeoml sumnier-ihue A* 1 ill! Iv.uilv i.l tin* year Were iM'U.itii u: .i _l Lt-w-ked here, So {.'erUi't ii _e i'tiiue! Tfn-y rome ,i us at smuiuor's close, Kuulv Muteiy :•. the u-so When lull of richest liloou he» wave it 1 IIIM ros-'s grace, B,it iu ieir n'enbv lies uo trace Of roi«' i':irv pei fu:uo. Our HiV huh ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 December 1878

I 1 THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING. DEC. 5, 1878. Railroad Time-Table*. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: OoinoEasL Day Mail Pass, f}} Ooino West, 1:10 P.M. ar. 30 A 50 A.M.*ar de. 1:36 P.M. de. Austin and Mason City Trains Going South. Ooino North, stinnf.wiffhtifT I 8:23 A.M. ar. 11:50 P.M. ar. St.IiOUlB Night Ex. 3 yQ A.M de. 12:02 A.M. de. St. L. Day MaiU Ex 11:45 A.M. ar. 18:45P.M. de. SOUTHERN MINNESOTA Trains arrive at and depart from Austin Junction (Ramsey) as follows: Gitmo East. Ooino West. Passenger and Mail, 11:15 A.M. 1:45 P.M. Freight, 1:55 P.M. 8:10P.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: 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 pass Plymouth (C., M. & St. P. ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 December 1878

HET RANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 19, 1878. TWELVE day 9 more—then New Year's —and resumption. THE Owatonna Journal is in favor of a constitutional convention. THE Princess Louise takes long walks daily, and—and—carries a cane. WHIMS THE THE THE all greenbackers are not dead- beats, all dead-beats «re sreenbackers. FI.ORIDIANS enjoyed the unusual luxury of a foot of snow on Thanksgiving day. St. Paul Dispatch says "our State Senate comes distressingly near being Democratic." WE now have all rail connections with "Winnepeg. The distance is about TOO miles from S». Paul. Farmiugtou Press gives our Igua- tius Donelly the name of being a com­ mon dead-beat, and cruelly cites that as sufficient reason for his being a greeu backer. TCESDAY THE WE afternoon, for the first time in eighteen years, gold sold iu New York at par in legal tender notes! And Sec­ retary Sherman has $135,000,000 of gold coin on hand ready for formal resump­ tion on the 1st ot January. Hurrah f...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 December 1878

& Jf ,£&$•* $ &Z, Power tfauutg Itwwrijrt. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA. DAVIDSON A WHEELER, PublisMrs. NEWS IN BRIEF, C'ottOM. The ootton crop of 1S78, in round numbers it 5,197.000 bales, allowing 450 pounds to the bale. _____ tiwltaerlMMl. Col. B. Hammer was elected president, and Dr. E. Welti vice president of the Swiss confederation for 1879. Skipwrcek. The schooner Caledonia went ashore on Libby Island, coast of Maine, on the 3d inst. The captain and crew of lire men were lost. Tobacco factory Bmcd. •t Ktchmond, Va., on the loth fnstant, a fire destroyed the tobacco manufactory of Thomas C. Williams & Co. Loss estimated at $75,000. Madden Dcalh. Col. Richard Dunbar, discoverer and pro prietor of the Bethesda mineral spring, at Waukesha, Wis., died suddenly on the 15th inst, of paralysis of the heart. Precautionary. The Russians have decided to leave 50,• 000 men in Bulgaria, and concentrate all troops in excess of that number at Adria nople until the definite treaty is co...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 December 1878

THB THREE KINGS. BY HENRY W. l.OXG PILLOW. Three Kings came riding from far away, Malchiorond Gasper aiul Bftltazar: Three Wise Men out of the Ku.st were they, And they traveled by night aud they slept by day, For their guide wi-s a beautiful, wondtrful star. The star was so oauiiful, large and clear, That all the other stars of the sky Bceame a white mist in th# atmosphere, And the Wise men 'know that the coming was near Of the 1'iince foretold in the prophecy. Three caskets they bore on their saddle-bows, 1 hree caskets 01 gold, with golden keys Their robes were of crimson silk, with rows Vvf a pomegranates and furbelows. Their turbans like blossoming almond trees. -And so the three Kings rode into the West, 11 A «i a .% n. ,w 1% 1 nrpSaion in hia J] Through the dusk J} nl^fit ovir hiiis and delis, And sometimes they nodded «i.h beard on breast, A so a as he pa us to The people they met at the vvaj side wells. Of the child th.it is burn," said BaltazAr, iood people, I pray you, te...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 December 1878

THETRANSCRJPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY HORNING, DEC- M, MM. CITY AND VICINITY. Railroad Tlme-Tablea. CHICAGO, WLWATTKm ST. PA{TL. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: Going EaaL Going Wat. n.« IT»i p.u 111:80 A.M. ar. 1:10P.M. ar. Day Mail ft Fass. BO AAC.de. 1:36P.M. de. Austin and Mason City Trains— Going South. Going North, a* T^n«.w^n« I 8:»AJi.ar. 11:50P.M. ar. St.Louls Night Ex. 3 aoA.M. de. 18:08 A.M. de. St. L. Day Mail a Ex 11:45 a.m. ar. 12:46 PJf.de. SOCTHBRN MimrSSOTA. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin Junction (Ramsey) as follows: Going Scut. Going West. Passenger and Mail, 11:15 A.M. 1:45 P.M. Freight, 1:55 PJI. «:10P.M. prj. W. Strong's Omnibuses run between Austin and Ramsey in connection with all pas­ senger trains. ILLINOIS CBMTRAL. Trains arrive at and depart from Mona (C. (follows: M. ft St. P. Junction) as 1 Arrive. 8:10 P.M. 7:00 A.M. Depart. 12.85P.M 4:00 P.M. Mail and Express, Passenger, BURLINGTON, CXDAB RAPIDS FC NORTHERN. Trains pas...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 26 December 1878

VOL. XI. NO. 39. heT ranscript AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 2tt, 1S7S. THK highest premium on gold was in 1SG4, ?85. A MINNESOTA winter a sure preven­ tive against tramps. OrR State Legislature convenes on the 2il Tuesday ot January, which is the 7th. THE saddening intelligence comes to lis through the Canadian papers that the Princess Louise has lost her nobby little cane. WF. issue the TRANSCRIPT this week one day ahead of time, so that we may enjoy Christmas day wi'h the rest of the world. THE Northern Pacific is pushing ahead on its merits. One hundred miles ot new road will be built the coming season, from Bismarck on the Missouri river westward to the Yellowstone. THE South Carolina Senators have but one leg each. Butler lost a leg in the rebel army, and Hampton, ou the very day he was elected Senator, had his leg amputated from the t-fleets of a too close contact with his mule's hind feet. THE Rochester people do not like the idea of a new railroad from Miuneiska...

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

®0untjj Iwnwrijrt. AUSTIN. MINNESOTA. a DAVIDSON WHEELER, Publisher* VARIOUS TOPICS. A TOWN in Canada has petitioned the Marquis of Lome for the commutation of the sentence of a" murderer on the novel grounds, first, that it has never had an execution and does not desire one, and second that, if spared, the con* detuned could be utilized as a teacher. IT is announced that there will be in­ ternational exhibition of sea and river fishing material at Berlin in 18S0. This exhibition will contain not less than nine departments. A programme will be sent abroad soon, giving all necessary partic­ ulars to those who may desire to forward exhibits. THE President, Joseph R. Hawley, has called for a meeting of the centennial commissioners at Philadelphia, January loth, 1879, to make final settlement of the afiairs of the exposition. The com­ missioners have already paid the United States one and a half millions, and have paid the stockholders 17& per cent, divi­ dend, and there will be sti...

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

OBBISTtf AS QXS9. «", happy morn, ri e, holy morn, Draw to.-ill the cheerful Jay from nipu Father, touch the east and light The light that shone when ho wu born. Messiah corneal Now Is the appointed hour of prophecy. Israel rejol.-e! deliverance draweth nigh, Mtotiih comes! The world la glad for Tbee The hear* In ila for Thee and all well And fixed a ad sure because Thou art W hose name ia called Immanuel. Then myiiad voices in acclaim The song of praise shall yiald, hat once from Angela's lips were Heard By shepherd* in the Held. For lo! the days are hastening on, By prophet ards foretold, Wht»u with the ever-eucirllng years juies rouud the Age of Hold Vt'ben peace shall over alt the earth Its ancient splendors Slug, And the whole world gauds back the rsng Which uow the iiUiiels sing To Thee, meek M» -sty. sjit King Of simple graces ani sweet loves, ieh of us his lauib will bring, U?ch his pair of silver doves At last iti fire of thy fair eves, Ourselves become our own beat faerlli...

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

THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. M, 1878. Railroad Time-Table®. CHICAGO, MtLWACKU ST. PAUL. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: Goiiitf Ecut. Going West. „... 111:80 A.M. ar. 1:10P.M. ar. DgI Mail & Pass, FIOA.M.de. 1:36P.M. de. Austin and Mason City Trains— Going South. Going North, a. I 3:28 AJi.ar. 11:60 PJI.ar. St.Louis Night Ex. 3:aoA.M.de. 12:N2A.M. de. St. L. Day MaiU Ex 18:45P.M. 1:35P.M. SOCTHXRN MnnnCSOTA. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin Junction (Ramsey) as follows: Going Ecut. Going West Passenger and Mall, 11:15 A.M. 1:45 P.M. Freiirht, 1:55 P.M. 6:10 P.M. PTJ. 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, 8:05 P.M. 8:45 A.M. Passenger, 7:00 A.M. 8:40 P.M. BUKUSGTOI*, CKDAR RAPIDS NORTHSRN. Trains pass Plymouth (C., M. & St. P. Junc­ ti...

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. — 2 January 1879

AUSTIN. MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MOKN1NO, JAN. 2, 1879. To My Friends. With this number of tlie paper, I as­ sume absolute ownership of the TUANS I'UIPT establishment, and have full con­ trol of all its departments. I do not be­ lieve in brag to any great extent, there­ fore will not indulge in it. I shall try to publish a good local paper, and to that end ask the support of my constituency. For the support accorded thus far I am truly grateful, and also to the gentlemen who favor the paper this week with ad­ vertisements for the tirst time. My opinions upon all public questions as I understand them, I shall be­ lieve it my duty to express, and shall do so, but in such a way that uo reasonable person should take offense. I shall eudeavor to make the paper well worthy every intelligent citizeu's patron* siijc. Willi these words of introduction. 1 wish all the readers of the TUAXSCHirr, not merely a Happy New Year, but the best and brightest that they have ever known. C. H. DAVIDSON. THE '...

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. — 2 January 1879

1 AUSTIN, MINNESOTA. C. H. DAVIDSON, Proprietor. NEWS IN BRIEF. Assistant Treasnrer. K. L. Pierce, of Boston, has been Appoint­ ed assistant treasurer of the United States. New Cardinals. It is stated that twelve new cardinals will soon be appoiuted, three of whom being foreigners. A Bud Break. The iee in the river at Port Xeuf, Que., was broken on the night of the 24th, carry ing away 27 fishing cubins aud two men. A Wrecked Steamship. The steamer State of Louisiana is on the rocks at Larne Loch, and it is feared she will be lost with most of her cargo. Decorating a Tree. Four horse thieves were lynched by the populace at Corning, Clav county, Ark., on the 24th. Wholesale Drowning. Forty-eight children were drowned by breaking of ice on a pond at Chapelle Moche, France, on Christmas. IV reeked. The 6choouer Charlie Bell was wrecked at Thumb Gap island, coast of Maine, on the 21st inst. four men were lost. Severe Vale. lu a gale at Aspinwall, on the 10th iu»t. four vessels were lost...

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. — 2 January 1879

Sharp winds that blow and rush about The colons »f the lustv days. In jocund freedom laugh mid shoot Through all th. mellow woodland ways. The trptf.i, aoi all denuded yet. Make ample sifts of leafy gold Like ast ih children profligate, that piy.i Hw pelf it cannot hold. "••u»ou UCCKII U« ,l,P u0Wan hair tb* tremblin* r. Ue 8"vurkea aags hands of ruthless heirs AU'U-ipate lUoirheritage. Ambrosial fruits are tossed about. in hurtled heaps the summer sluuviM *?™VSh mtadoi? Ihuw drift in aud ou tu pods aud dyiosj leaves, orevte-l!lowu fact's of the hills Aj'Uint with o.jpa of frosty time, Are first of uurry wassail* r*. t^Assi'tubU il for the t'iiridtmati tluie. The holly irsts in burnished green ThrousU frond*i ttu:- *i ^old and red Tne mistletoe now wvaves unseen Its wintry crowns oVr monarch* dead. Idke tt.w wi,,. .it the funeral feast, '•rowu merry with the l.tn bt|Uest, They furnish from tfc» pomp of death Ttie garlands for the coming Kuest. A shriller wltnl from youd -r wood ow i...

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. — 2 January 1879

THETEANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING. JAN. 2, 1879. Railroad Time-Tables. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ft ST. PAUL. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: Going East. Going West. Day Mail & Pass. }{!$ I *. 1:10 I\M. nr. 1:!35I'.M. de. Austin and Mason City Trains— Going South. Going North. St I nnia Niirht Rx I 3:23 a.M.ar. 11:50 p.M.ar. St. Louis NtghthX. 3 ,w A M-do 12 (I2 A.M. dc. St. L.Day Mailft Ex 12:45 P.M. 1:35 P.M. SOUTHERN MINNESOTA. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin Junction (Uauisey)as follows: Going East. Going WVxt. Passenger and Mail, 11:15 A.M. 1:45 P.M. FreiRlit, 1:55 P.M. 6:10 P.M. fSTJ. W. Strong's Omnibuses run between Austin and liamsey in connection with all pas­ senger trains. ILLINOIS CENTRAL. Trains arrive at and depart from Mona (C. M. & St. P. Junction) as follows: -drrire. Depart Mail and Express, 8:05 P.M. 8:45 A.M. Passenger, 7:00 A.M. 3:40 P.M. BURLINGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS 4 NORTHERN. Trains pass Plymouth (O., M. & St. P. ...

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. — 9 January 1879

L! I" VOL. XI. NO. 41. THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 9, 1879. THE latest exploit is the manufactur­ ingot hen's eggs. The story is told by a San Francisco reporter. A RUMOR comcs from Paris that for a time, bonnets will be worn on the head. It will certainly look a little odd first sight. WE see that combinations between hard coal companies in Pennsylvania are breaking up. This fact will no doubt materially affect the price of coal. Com­ forting new9, with mercury down to 80 in the shade. IN Ramsey county they select their "big guns" tor grand jurors. In the list we notice the names of J. A. Wheelock, editor of the newspaper of the State, EX GOT. Wm. R. Marshall, Hon. J. T. Aver ill, John L. Merriam, Phil. S. Harris and D. W. Ingersoll. Two of inventor Edison's little ones are named Dot and Dash, after the letters of the telegraphic alphabet. The Pioneer Prets of the 3d, has a very interesting letter from a correspondent, written from the home of the great ...

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. — 9 January 1879

a '"i \. 'I VOL. XI. NO. 41. THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING. JAN. 9, 1879. THK latest exploit is the manufactur­ ingot hen's eggs. The story is told by a Sim Francisco reporter. A nrMoK comcs from Paris that for a time, bonnets will be worn on the head. It will certainly look a little odd first sisht. WE see that combinations between hard coal companies in Pennsylvania are breaking up. This fact will no doubt materially affect the price ot coal. Com­ forting news, with mercury down to 80 in the shade. IN Ramsey county they select their "big uns" tor grand jurors. In the list we notice the names of J. A. Wheelock, editor of the newspaper of the State, Ex Gov. Win. K. Marshall, Hon. J. T. Aver ill. John L. Merriam, Phil. 5. Harris and D. W. Insrersoll. Two of inventor Edison'9 little ones are uained Dot and Dash, after the letters of the telegraphic alphabet. The Pioneer Prets of the 3d. has a very interesting letter from a correspondent, written from the home of th...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 9 January 1879

AUSTIN, MINNESOTA. C. H. DAVIDSON, Proprietor. VARIOUS T0PMJ8 ''firrr?*'!/' IT THE last census taken in Austria re­ vealed the fact that there were 183 men and 226 women aboye the age of 100 years in that country. TH& Children's Aid Society, of New York, has provided homes among the farmers of southern Virginia, for mbre than 200 boys between the ages of 12 and IS years. •'i" ,y NEITHER druggists nor their clerks have any right to make a mistake and issue laudanum for rhubarb, or any other poison for a harmless medicine. Aud if they do, and fatal results follow they should be deemed guilty of man­ slaughter, and punished accordingly. THE milling industry of this country is said to. rank next to thatof iron. The number oi mills is over 35,000,.affording employment to oveir-(O,d0O men, whose aunuaL wages are over 120,000,000, and turning out yearly about 50,000,000 bar­ rels of flour, of which 4,000,000 are ex ported to foreign countries. BILLY BALLOU, a companion of Mark Twain in...

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. — 9 January 1879

Power County SEtauwrijrt. AVSTIN. MINNKSOTA. C. H. DAVIDSON, Proprietor. VARIOUS TOPICS. THE last ceusu* taken iu Austria re­ vealed the fact that there were 183 men and -20 women above the age of 100 years in that country. THE Children's Aid Society, of New York, has provided homes amoug the farmers of southern Virginia for more than 200 boys between the ages of 12 and 1S years. NEITHER druggists nor their clerks have any right to make a mistake and issue laudanum for rhubarb, or any other poison for a harmless medicine. Ami if they do, and fatal results follow they should be deemed guilty of man­ slaughter, aud punished accordingly. THE aiilliug industry of this country is said to rank next to that of iron. The number ot mills is over 35,000, affording employment to over liO.OOO men, whose auuual wages are over $20,000,000, aud turning out yearly about 50,000,000 bar­ rels of llour, of which 4,000,000 are ex­ ported to foreign countries. BILI.Y BALLOU, a companion of Mark Twain iu...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 9 January 1879

THE WIND AND TilE MOON. ——ra "V BY OKOROB MACPONALP. Said (ho Wind to tho M'khi, I *1!' Wow you out. You stare in the air I.ike a gliost iu e'»:ilr Always looking what I tun about I'hate to bo watched I will blow you out." The Wind blew hard, and out ifeat the Moon,* So, deep ou a heap Of clouds, to sleep, Pown lay the Wind and slumbered soon— Muttering low, I've done for that Moon." Ho turned in his bod: sfce waathafre again I Oni high in the »ky. With her one ghost eye, The Moon shone white and aliveuind plair. &uu the Wind,141 will blow you oat again.* Tie Wind blew hard, and the Moon grew dim. With my sledge and my wedge I have knocked If only I blow right 8-»rceoil'heredge! and grim, The creature will be dinimor than dim." He blew and he blew, and she thinned to a thread. One pull"more's enough To Wow her to suuft! One good puil'ture where tho last was bred, And glimmer, glimiuor, gluiu will go th^threadl" lie blow a gTgat blast, and the thread HM gone: In the airflow here ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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