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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 6 February 1879

TRANSLATIONS FROM HBINB. «Y TIIKOnOKK MARTIN. Aus ii'lnt .VmvA winkt Vrom'the realm of '*1 1 Worltl t*tory rheio Reckons a Illy liuuJ, "Xliat calls up the sweet uess the glory, The souttis of a magic 1HL.I1. Where huge rtowers droop In the splendor Of Wosiuic day's golden red, And :aze on eacn othor with tender Looks us of lovers new wed Where all the trees, too, have rotoes, Aud all like a chorus sing, And a sound aa of MUMO rrjoicca In the babble of every spring On the air songs of true love are swelling,' Bush as never elstwbere ttou hast hraul, Till by yearnings divine btf.»re telling Thy soul is divinely sitrr'd Oh me, if I might go thither, And gladden mv care-worn breast, Shake ott all the sorrows that wither, Be happy aud truly at rest! Ah, uiany a time in my dreaming Through that bless region 1 roam! Then the morning sun comes with its beaming, And scatters it all li&e foam. S 'Tis Summer, a bright Hummer morning, The flowers, ther prattle aud whisper, Put 1 not a word ...

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. — 6 February 1879

TKA.NSLA.TIONS FliOM HEINE. r.Y 11 vul'lN. .V I I\! Viv:,i t!u- iv i.i 'I oHJ story ht-K" I :!v t'Mti.l. .l iiii' i• tils lit' jV •Mn- glory, si'il! il* o: :l t. -is.il- Wlutv iuu- iliv.vtVH ilroij in the splendor I'Kisit .liv's ^lUieu re.I, Anil tvion otlnir with tender l.i as oi lovers now wed hi to all the trees, to, havo voices, Ai.«t all like a chorus situ Ami a smild as NT IUUMO ir.I ives In the babble ot every spring i'u tho air sou^s oi true !ove sire swelliri Su.-h as uever eist on on hast tiemil, fill bv yo.-u-tr.ti J.vtno l\ ro telling iy soul is ,tiviue .-tin \l me. 1 tuisht t:i tiuther, At 1 iJilon IIIV .1: !'-w.t b'O lst, -hake ott all sorrows mat wither, So B.I( I'V AND truly at IOM: Ah. many a time in tuv dreaming liii 'i uu tiiat bU-fs region I roam! 1: tin- taorivng suit omu'swttU its beaming, A id sutler- nil li ioaui. .»« Smuncrmcrtw.'' 1'is Sumvi-.-r, a brii Ut hammer inoruluj, is it-ro ii li !io L-arden I stray l''-o !l.i»r'rs, Ii.t prattle and whisper, t-'it! ...

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. — 6 February 1879

THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, 1KB. 6, 1879. CITY AND VICINITY. Mexican dollars are worth but 70 cents. Make a note of tins. Tnx sweetest Caramels, fresh from the mint, at Taylor & Ball's. "The Colonel" has transferred his ad­ vertising favors from the Pioneer-Pren to the Dispatch. The Lepten season does not begin until quite'late this year, Ash Wednesday falling on Feb. 26. Remember, that 5 per cent, penalty attaches to all unpaid personal property taxes not paid March 1st. ifrjtXK Arrears of Pension Applications for sale at this office. Orders by mail promptly filled at 35 cents per dozen. An opportunity is offered the people of this city and vicinity to purchase dry goods and clothing at cost. H. Gunz say:* so. Buckwheat flour at Engle's mill,three cents per pound, and pure Vermont maple sugar, at Taylor & Ball's—a break­ fast fit for a king. Do not forget the meeting of the Re­ form Club next Friday evening. We hope every temperance man and woman in A...

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. — 6 February 1879

THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 6, 1879. CITY AND VICINITY. MEXICAN dollars arc worth but 70 cents. Make a note of tins. TnK sweetest Caramels, fresh from the miut, at Taylor & Ball's. "THE Colonel'' has transferred his ad­ vertising favors from the Pioneer-Press to the Dispatch. THE Lenten season does not begin until quite late this year, Ash Wednesday falling on Feb. 2fi. KEMEMBEK, that 5 per cent, penalty attaches to all unpaid personal property taxes not paid March 1st. 15I.ANK Arrears of Pension Applications for sale at this office. Orders by mail promptly filled at 25 cents per dozen. Ax opportunity is offered the people of this city ami vicinity to purchase dry goods and clothing at cost. II. Gunz sava so. RICKWHEAT flour at Enjrle's null,three cents per pound, and pure Vermout maple sugar, at Taylor & Ball's—a break­ fast fit for a kmsr. I)o NOT forget the meeting of the Re­ form Club next Friday evening. We hope every temperance man and woman...

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. — 13 February 1879

THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY IION. MORNING. FEB. 13, IS ». JUMKN. M. DONALDSON, of Qwatonna, died on Friday last, alter a few days ill­ ness. of typhoid pneumonia. He was the first Judge ot'the filth district, and held that position for fourteen years. Mower county was in his district during :ill the time he was judge, and all of the older attorneys of tUe county remember him well and kindly. DICK JOXBS' bill for the reduc­ tion of salaries of county officers, which is the one likelv to piss, dots not eftect the salaries or fees of the persons now holding the several offices specified in the act, but applies to all persons hereaf­ ter elected or appointed to any of said offices. So our county officials may breathe easy once more. THE Father's story of little Charley lioss, containing a full account of his abduction and the various incidents con­ nected with the search for the lost child, is full of interest from the beginning to the end. It is a world-wide story, one wh...

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. — 13 February 1879

Pouw (Smutty iwMmjt AUSTIN. MINNESOTA. C.H.DAVIDSON, Proprietor. VARIOUS TOPICS. FROM Rome it is announced that the intention of the Vatican to establish sev­ eral new bishoprics in the United States and, at the 9ame time, to institute a Catholic hierarchy here on anew basis. THE Reading Railroad company's locomotive that was exhibited at Paris, and which has since been tested satisfac­ torily on the Eastern and Northern rail­ ways of France, has been running in Switzerland, being the first American engine to run upon Swiss railroads. THE check-book stubs of the National Life insurance company of New Haven show that about 135,000 was spent in 1175 to prevent the repeal of its charac­ ter by the Connecticut legislature. It is known that some of the money passed into the hands of certain members of the legislature. WHEN a widow or spinster in Indiana has property to the amout of $1,000, the state generously remits the tax on half the value. Some of those who clamor for women's rights ...

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. — 13 February 1879

Pawn County $rat»mpt. Al'STIN, MINNESOTA. C.H.DAVIDSON, Proprietor. VARIOUS TOPICS. FROM Rome it is announced that intention of the Vatican to establish sev­ eral new bishoprics in the United States and, at the same time, to institute a C.itholic hierarchy here on a new basis. THE Reading Railroad company's locomotive that was exhibited at Paris, and which has since been tested satisfae torily on the Eastern and Northern rail ways of France, has been runuing in Switzerland, being the first American engine to run upon Swiss railroads. THE check-book 9tubs of the National Life insurance company of New Haven known that some of the money passed WHEN a widow or spinster in Indiana aDj No more need genius languish for want continuing the improvement, of appreciation. A literary bureau has been formed in New York which charges Probable Suicide. as much as a five months' session in a aC province, or of all of them combined. NEWS IN BRIEF. Killed by Machinery. At Deputy Intl., on the 3«1 Ins...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 13 February 1879

I I 4 '.'.i THI BBION OS" IOX. ttoireed from the chill of a frosen sleep, The tce-klng spoke with curses deep, A«J bade the bitter north wind blow iHitn from the realm of eternal snow. lViwn from the home of the lee and froat, Wlvn silence reigns and life la loat, Che north wind came at the king's command, With speed, and hate and a cruel hand. Ho farrewed the seas with fro sen foam, An4 «°cl»i the marlnet'a dream of home, J'' wile and child and sweet surcease V«nn strife and storm in port of peace, on slippery deck, with stirning sail, The seamen saw the gathering gale, ^iiiUreMiM, stood by the Icy inast, I aisled andoead in the spell of the-blast. Sownfwm the realm of tne frigid sea, Kelentless, and cold, and cruel came he, AOi cast his oiurse o'er the land of rest, Where hearts are warm and homes are blest. 1 he traveler, tracking hi* homeless way, Beaming for bread in the storui that day, rell fto*en and dead in the icy air, As the mocking wind denied his prayer. The widow shran...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 13 February 1879

THE BEIGN OF IOB. v.*uw.i from the chill ofa frozen sleep, l"he ice-king spoke with curses deep, ArM laiio ihe bitter north wind r.vas blow i•own from the realm of tornal snow. Ivwn from the home »f the ice and frost, \V Ij^re silence reigus ami life is lost, «l"he north wind came at the king's command, With s|-»l, and hate and a cruel hand. Ho titn»wed the seas with frozen foam, And mocked the marinet's dream of home, if wife and child and sweet surcease 'rom strife and storm in port of pcace. slippery deck, with stitTning sail, l'he seamen saw the Bathering gale, Ami. ireeling, stood by thy icy mast. Palsied aitduead in the spell of the Mast. l\iwn from the realm of the frigid sta. Keleutless, and cold, and cruel came he, To cast his curse o'er the laud of rest, Where haarts are warm and hjuies are blest. The trawler, tracking Uij homeless way, Keggiug (or bread in the storm that day, Kell frozen and dead iu the icy air, As the mocking wiud denied his prayer. Ttu) widow shrank wit...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 13 February 1879

THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 13, 1879. CITY AND VICINITY. A SNOW-FALL of about six inches this week. Wolcotne. "CKDAR CITY Items'' came too late lor this week. Sorry. LOOK at those exquisite neck-ties and silk 'kerchiefs at Hall & West's. AT Geo. E. Wilbour & Son's is the place to get nobby suits made to order in the latest styles. TUB youngest child of Dr. J. P. Squires is very low with diphtheria, and is not expected to recover. BLANK Arrears of Pension. Appl ications for sale at this office. Orders by mail promptly filled at 25 cents per dozen. SOME lady caller left a package of yarn at our office a few days since. She can have the same by making us another call. AN opportunity is offered the people of this city and vicinity to purchase dry goods and clothing at cost. H. Gunz says so. OHE hundred and fifty-six marriage licenses issued by the Clerk ot the Court for Mower county last year. Full list published elsewhere. ROBERT G. INGERSOLI. is com...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 20 February 1879

VOL. XI. NO. 47. THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING. FEB. 30, 1879. OI HARVEST FIELD. —Fish were never more plentiful in the Cedar than thi9 season, says the Osage News. —The Owatouna Baptist church received 17 new member* into its fold, on Sunday, Feb. •M. In St. Paul the tramps are put to useful and healthful work, such as sawing wood, breaking stones, &c. —The Lake City Leader, in speaking about "them bonds" says: "We oin nothing that we cannot be forced to pay and if that isn't 'bu­ siness,' what is it?" —A. F. Booth has retired from the ownership of the Houston County Journal. O. K. Comstock is his successor. He can improve the paper without half trying. —R. A. Murray, of Rushford, and Judge Hayden, of Grand Rapids, Mich., talk of going into partnership, and locating in Minneapolis for the practice of law. —They pay taxes in Houston county this year better than last for the corresponding time. Since January 1st, over $10,300 has been collected by the county t...

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. — 20 February 1879

AUSTIN, MINNESOTA. C.H.DAVIDSON, Proprietor. VARIOUS TOPICS, 'i .• IT is said %MA HM&Uatad Ger­ mans from the southern states have sig­ nified to the Canadian' government thefr^ intention oi leaving the states and' set­ tling in the northwest, if the government acts literally toward them. 1 IT is said that the Royal Geographical society of England is considering, very seriously the practicability of Goal mander Cheyne's scheme, which proposes the use of balloons in the next effort to reach the north pole. Captain Templar^ a distinguished aeronant, believes in the* feasibility of the plan, and announces his willingness to accompany the expe dition. THE person longest in the employ of any of the departments in Washington is Lindsey Muse, a messenger sat tbej 13th instant, .injured fourteen men. navy department, who was first appoint* ed to that position by Secretary South ard during the administration of John Quiucy Adams in 1828, and has served there continuously to the present t...

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. — 20 February 1879

pouter (Souuty AUSTIN. MINNESOTA C.H.DAVIDSON, Proprietor. VARIOUS TOPICS. IT is said that several thousand Ger­ mans from the southern states have sig­ nified to the Canadian government their intention of leaving the states and set­ tling in the northwest, if the government acts liberally toward them. .. A. toasibihty of the plan, and announces any of the department, iu aslimgton IN the French army, cavalry band? have been suppressed and uniforms are neither so varied nor so brilliant .u they used to be. With compulsory service the b-H.it of gaudy trappings is not re­ quired, and with the new arms of pre­ cision showy colors aftord too fair a mark to the enemy. Even white horses are regiments uow except in Algeria. A SCIENTIFIC excursion is being fitted out at Yankton by Dr. W. A. Burleigh for a trip of exploration to the head­ waters of the Yellowstone and Big Horn river?. The proposed excursion isgotten up at the instigation of a number of sci­ entific gentlemen, and wili be of a...

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. — 20 February 1879

AUSTIN. MINNESOTA A I S O N VARIOUS TOPICS. IT is said that the Koval Geographical society of England is considering very seriously the practicability of Com­ mander Cheyne's scheme, which proposes the me of balloons in the next effort to resell the north pole. Captain Templar, feasibility of the }l:m, and announces hi-* willingness to accompany the expe­ dition. Tar. person longest in the employ of any of the department* in Washington I-* Lindsey Muse, a messenger at the navy department, who was first appoint­ ed to that position by Secretary South­ ard during the administration of John tj'.iincy Adams in 1S2S, aud has served tVre continuously to the present time. IL has autograph letters from almost all the secretaries of the navy during his service. Lv tlie French army, cavalry band? have been -suppressed and uniforms arc neither so varied nor SJ brilliant :u they 11 is said that several thousand Ger mans from the southern states have sig- A L.nnntic'g WORK. nitied to the Canadia...

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. — 20 February 1879

•Aye, paluifti) come to paint It i»J writers, to put it ia a book How grand iu storm, and fair in calm, a mimic Sett can look. th« W I've wondered to hear them talking, how jto mimic In muslo or sonjf, The voice thit thrills the brooding sir with its tkuudcr low and long., Sitt3 'i-'vjr aught but itself, I wot. could sound apery roar, ... When it» breakers jrise to the.eaat' wlnd's'caU, to crasii on ihq »J»gry sho(^, But rough or swoo'.h, iq the thsde or shine, the face of the mlgh. xoain Can speak but little wise to me hut memory! iear or pain. Father and husband, and hold, bright boy, it has takoM them om by oas I shall He alone in the churchyard, (here, when lay weary days are done. God never sert mo a maiden bairn, to stay by mo to the last. 801 sit by the reatleo t'dea alon?, by the grave of all my past By the wares so strong and pitiless, that have drowned life's joys for IUO, And think of tho land where all shall meet, the land where is no more sea. Yet I can not rest in mead...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 20 February 1879

I I! 'saSBi Aye, palntCNi pouso "Mil to pulnt It: atv.l wrtteis, to put ii iu .i hook How grand iu storm, si:iJ Uir iit oaliii, a mimic seu eau look. I've woiul^rod to Iua: tiu-ui talking, how to mimic In iirisic or s.'iii, Thi' vou'o !i it thrills the brooding air with its U. unirr Ijw .iud long. aught but itself, I wot, could sound an^ry Tonr, !o uojitu-rs rise to the -.st oi-t-ii on .ueaM^ry shova. »|cac but little P'liu. wind's call to mtn«. tun mcux ry tMr Father and husb.un!, and I jid, bright luy, it his taken tht-ui tin by on I shali i.e alone u\ Ttu iurchyi-.r.i. tln'ie, wheit iuy d:ivs :tre dotio. Ciod n»-v»T sent tno to the Inst, I su !ho r,v-{!o nil ty Vv the waves mii strong md jsiii'.t drcwneii life's joys for iu.-. And think of the 'aiui where all s'uail meet, the laud vftiero i* no more sea. Vet I i.-.n not r-.vt iu iu'.a'.v.t lures. Wluiv Lirt at spread their »\i ltlici? anus ovt-,- thosiuiUug ia.'iis. can draw breath in the country, and -,reen and dumb. The wuu of ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 20 February 1879

VT-. THETRANSGRIPT AU8TIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MOHKINO, VEB. 20, 1870. Railroad Time-Table*. onaoo, RNLWIUM sr. PAVL. Truins arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: QotngEtuL Going West. DM Mall U... (11:30 AJI. ar. 1:10 P.M. ar. Day Mall pus. fu:60 A .M.do. 1:35 P.M de. Austin and Mason City Trains— Going SotrtK. Going North. a« TiuiiiKivhtiT 8:28 a.M. ar. 11:50 P.M. ar. St .Louis Night Ex. 3^ A.M de. 12:08 A.M. de. St. L.Day Mail* Ex 12:46 P.M. 1:36 P.M. 80UTHKRN MINNXSOTA. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin unction (Ramsey) as follows: Going E(Ut. Going lfot. Passenger and Mail, 11:16 A.M. 1:46 P.M. Freight, 1:55 P.M. 6:10 P.M. ^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. & St. P. Junction) as follows: Arrive. Deport. Mail and Express. S:06 P.M. 8:4& A.M. Passenger, 7:00 AJF. 3:40 P.M. BCRUKOTOIf, GSUAK KAPIDS NORTHERN. Trains pass Plymouth (C.. ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 27 February 1879

VOL. XI. NO. 48. THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING. FEB. 37, 1879. WE would really like to see ex-Senator Ramsey appointed to the Berlin mission. MINNESOTA stands seventh on the list of money received for yellow fever suf­ ferers in Tennessee outside of that State. Well done we say. OUR U. 8. Seuator, William Windom, is a temperance man. lie is one of the vice-presidents of the Congressional Temperance Society. OCR exchanges say John S. Irgens is not a candidateior re-election to the ot fice of Secretary of State. We are told Mr. Irgeus has made a very faithful and efficient officer. THE "reform" measure wiping out the Tenth Judicial District was indefinitely postponed by the House on Tuesday. The names of our representatives do not ap­ pear in the vote. ThE hill reducing interest on contract to a rate uot exceeding ten per cent, has passed the Senate, and was favorably con­ sidered by the House on Friday last. Mr. Allen of this oouuty voted in favor of re­ commendin...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 27 February 1879

:a Pflurw irattacrijrt. AUSTIN, a 1", C.H.DAVIDSON, imm jin Fatal Explosion. Au explosion at the Katahdin Iron works, Bangor, Me., on the 2lst inst., killed John Walker and Matthew Regan. Sulcido. At Santa Rosa, Cal., Joseph,youngest son of ex-Uov. Boggs, suicided, on the 20th inst., by cutting his throat. At i» Stand Still. Negotiations between Chiaa and Russia are at a stand still, the latter refusing to surrender Kuiljah. Live HtocK I.omI. The steamship Sorreuto, which ha9 arrived at IIull from New York, lost 81 head of cattle ami lo3 head of sheep on the passage.: Foundered. The Spanish steamship Louisa foundered miles from Galveston,'lexns. The crew reached Galveston after four days' exposure in an open boat. Swiss Colony. A number of young cyizeos of Zurich have started for Georgia, wherere.it is pro­ posed to establish a Swiss colony under the auspices of the Workman's society. Others will follow. Kxpeimive Seats. The house committee on elections have agreed to report a bill ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 27 February 1879

•pi jpouw (Btowntjj ®rauscript. AUSTIN. MINNESOTA. C.H.DAVIDSON, Proprietor. njlixys ,1N BiUEF, F«t«t Explosion. An explosion at the lvatahdiu lrou works, Bangor, Me., on the Hist imt., killed John \V':Ubvr and Matthew Regnu. Sntcide. At Sauta Rosa, Cal., Joseph,youngest son 01 ex-Wov. Boggs, suicided, on the 20th inst., by cutting his throat. At a Stand Still. Negoiiat!.ui5 between China and Russia are at a stand stiil, the latter refusing to surrender Ktulj.iU. Live Ntock I.OMI. Tiie steam-hip Sorreuto, whicti has arrived Ilull fro'.n New York, lost 81 head of cattle aud lto head of sheep on the passage.j fr.»iu A number oi young citizeus of Zurich have »t-.irted for Georgia, wlierere it is pro­ posed to establish a Swiss colony under the ausv'u'es of the Workman's society. Others will follow, Kxpetiwive The hou.^e committee on elections have agreed to report a bill appropriating $4t, tilo !or }ayiug ilie expense of contestants and coutestees to seats iu the house, aggre­ gate cla...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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