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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 30 November 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. A. A. HARWOOD. Editor and Froorietor. k.V ... -AUSTIN, MINN.— THURSDAY MORNIXTL, NOV. 30, ISN. Thaiikngit ing I'roclnmntioii. STATT FTP AIixur.toTA. 1 XPH TIVK DEI*\RTMKN r, ST. PATI,, November 0, lt'VI. "EIIKA5. In accordance wit'i continued public usage and the laws of the State, it is inv official duty to Hj'pjii'.t a day uf solemn ami public t'nark-git ing t" Almighty Clod tor his n^s tu us ns it State in 1 ii Nation, TUKI:K!'OJ:I.. I, Horace Austion, Governor of the StaN* cf ,M Oinojota, do hereby designate mid appoint TIU'KSDAY, the THIRTIETH ilny of .ViiYEMRER, as sucli day. liven under my baud and the great seal of r*HU..] th? Stilts At S/. Paul, the day and year above written. HORACE AUSTIN, Hy the Governor II. irrson, Secretary of Htu1e. Tliti iikKsiviug, In nur ('nloniai infancy, the practieo •:if giriug thanks" prevailed fjuite uni­ versally. It. is historical fact fully reciignizod, that, of the Pilgrims, not one could be f'tind who wa3 not a do vout bel...

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. — 30 November 1871

aawtoaa&»ui. ifawjhWiaBwaaMMMaMsanwwMM^ THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER GF THE COUNTY, LOCAL MATTICTIS- AT'STIN, YINN NOV.30, IS71. WE have snow HX 1 I\J: K. inclics deep. 11 Ili.TUioiiicf»*r nn.K'atc J., .11 Wednesday warning. bc- it. is wor tli two nnil a I'IM-IK. i-n f. llllll' CCliti. drosHOtl. is jelling at C'Vt. WK HOI-KINS §1 & per liuve hoard a ^reut, many talking turkey within the Inst few dayj. FKIIVAM variety of sleds for TllK First National Bank will not bo open to-day. ATSTIN, SMOVT It. .T. & Co. have a few inot of thoso splendid Cooking Stoves. They nie in great demand. Wir.r. thoso wlio know themselves indebted to tho TKANSCRIPT call and pay. We irant anything from a turkey to ten cor Is of wood, and wont object to money from thoso who hate plenty. Pon't fail to bring us wood. ROBERTS, TUK of Litne Springs. Iowa, called up in 's yesterday. He haa ox- (Piisivc property interest hero and wo hopo he may dceido ultimati'Iy to mako his homo in fj M. ?t, taken off...

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. — 30 November 1871

I'OR T1IK HOYS AM)i il!IX Iii tlio Cage. NY OEOIUJK coorEn. Squirrel, you're a miller, In \nur coat »f gray Why, you never rest an hour Through the livelong clay. Nothing in your hoppers, All \onr bins to fill Yet round, mund, round (i.)i's the null. Can't y«m stop anil Ml mo HnwV your worthy dume? HOXV'H yniir baby-boy, too, Muster What's his name Nver a t^raiii of wheat, sir, Though ^ou labor still, Ami ritnd, round, round »en the mill! Millrr, «t:i\ a m«,ni:,i»t I your wurli is vain Stifh TIIHH a- Hurry, N a .rk of miii. Sli.u lj• I .Mirc'H the Diothl lii!*• wr climb the hill Ami i- 'UTi.l, round, round (i. in the mill. 4*iaaii|y .!»( k» •t's home," saiil wot, iiml little Namii". TVIv foot's wot, mid w.iut to rcast inv potatoes fur supper. I lilt we cun't «o .yet," s.iiil her sis ter. We haven't maile near eunuch in y. It will hike live cents for the lrea"l, and there'* lio tea for mother, that'll he ten cents, for Mr. Mathei won't make no less than ten cents' worth anil all we'v...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 7 December 1871

E N E W S At name. TELEGRAPHIC communication BUS beon es tablished between Manitoba and Fort (larry. Louis KOSSUTH ha* been elected a member the London branch of the International •Society. A MTJIAVTO named John H. Swing was mur dred and robbed at hiH residency in Cleveland AlOllday night. THE flourinR tnrtl 'oif the Messrs. Smith, a Uock Falls, III,, was btinied a few days tsinco. iiOss $35,00". -InK Lowliug Oroen Savings Bnnk of New oik city has stiMponded. Also tlio Natioi.al •saviiigu Dank. AN cutiro Mock of buildings was destroyed by lire at Wenona, Midi., one night last woek. Loss $30,000. Tin steamer Mary E. Sanford was burned at oa, together with tlie greater part of her cargo, but no lives were lost. SNOW fell to tho dopth of abont eight inchos at Denver, eight at Central, ten at Colorado Sprmga and Puebla, on Tuesday. KMIIANN TWEED retires from the Metropoli tan Hotel, New York, tho first of December, and Mr. W. Wilkinson takes his placo. THE jewelry store of J. Brennan, M...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 7 December 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. —AUSTIN, MINN THURSDAY MORNINO, DEC. 7, 1871. #t,. ,• What a man shall eat and drink is as much & mutter of conscience—if he have any conscience—as is the hom age which he offers at tho shrine of his Deity, and ho will be dictated in his choice of t/io lattor, as readily as in that of the former. Wo may conclude, then, that men will not be controlled in their appetites unluna it be in tho direc tion of their gratification If this be true, there is but little, if any, use in seeking to reform men who hava be come drunkards, or in trying to prevent thorn from obtaining liquor with which to gratify tho appetite it creatcs. Legislation cannot furnish an ade quate remedy. Public virtuo must exist, before it can be embodied in a legislative enactment. The people of a State must be inclined to sobriety and temperance, else they will resist with mob violence, any restraint upon the gratification of their appetites, Laws do not educate the people, tior do they, of themsel...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 7 December 1871

H" THE THANSCRIPT- OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. LOCAL MATTEHS AUSTIN. MINN DEI'. 7, 1S7I. HASKOKD LUIRF c'ulcr. fc'oLNKit & MUIIU.VN MAYIIKW have apples. i:s I'liinulli 11a !I)VL'S. 8. W. PAY is pivpariug to move. DI NKI.EMAN is gi ting his customers lit*." i'KANK A liuTT lite pupils say. AUSTIN cloths 'or winter we»r. HOPKINS THE is a success—so & RICHAKDSON* nave heavy & Hulsou in to-day's paper. IIo offers his fine farm at a bargain. AUSTIN, SMOIM' CRANDAI.L WK THE & Co. have a lew mora of those splendid Cooking Stoves. They are in great demand. & FRENCH. Go insido and look had the pleasure of a call on Monday last, from our friend, Charles S. Cran dall, of the Ou-atonna Journal. Thero tire but few better men than Mr. Crandall. MR P. L. DANPINUBURCI, Ladies of the Floral Club will hold their Literary Sociable at tho house of Mrs. Dr. J. N. Wheat, on Tuesday evening nest, (Dec. 12,) couuncnoing at 7 o'clock. F. A. Bitow.ssoN, Sec'y. TlIEllB will be an Old Folk...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 7 December 1871

Sonnet. BY PAFL H. ItATNE. 1 cast thifi sorrow from mo, like a crown Of bitter nettles and unwholesome weeds. Nurst by cold night dews from malignant seeds Tll-fortiino sowed when all Urn hoaveus did frown lt« loathsome round 1 trample deeply dowu In mire 1 d«Ht» to burn my brain no moro From off my brows I wipe tho trickling (?ore Wliilo all about tn»,J liko keen clarions blown From breezy dolls and golden heights afar, 1 h»*ir Btorm roveilV tho wild March winds sotiud. I hi so wake iiu unnwdriu patiHiou in my mail, Whoneo inarNh il.-il, a? strong warriors taking gronnd For n«l)!(vjt eontllct, freed from doubt or dole, Hrave thought* uprising from Hope's moruing-siar I —LippincutV* Magatme, FA KM, HA (IDE* AND HOUSEHOLD. aro ftr Horses' Feet. The foot is tho most important part of tho horse wlirii that is out of order tho .horse itt entirely useless. At this period of the year great deal of euro :ind Attention may jirotitahly be turned In (he feet of our horses. Mud, wet, slush, ai...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 December 1871

E N E W S MiNcellaneuus. THE Mississippi river is frozen over at Prairie du ohien. THERE were sixty deaths from uniull pox in Cincinnati, last week. A SILVER mine has been (Uncovered noar Astoria, Oregon, causing much excitement. JOSEPH C. COOHWI.LL, for many yearn lil rian at the Antor Library, Now York, iliud Sunday. ALDBRMAN BTKWAUT, of Brooklyn, wan sin it and fatally wounded, on Monday night, by a rough nnmed Kelly A BIMIUR was caught on Monday morning in the act of robbing TilTauv A Co. of $15,000 worth of watchos. A LITTLE son of James O. Speer, of Peoria broke through the ice on tho liilto at that place, ou Sunday, and was drowned. THE German military authorities at Epemay executed two Frenchmen who killed a Ger man sentinel. THE thermometer at Quebec marked ton degrees below zero Tuesday morning. The Rivor St. Charles is frozen over. A STATE of anarchy prevails throughout tho entire Republic of Mexico. The journals are filled with accounts of pronunciumontou, and the soldie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 December 1871

A. A. HARWOOD. Editor and ProoriGtor. __ -AUSTIN, mm.- THi:RSD A MORNING, DEC, 14. 1871. EliVt'.iiTIOXIiL. ftrxTS to t'EAcim:?. So. vi. vre must use the recitation, •definitions, rules, principles and facts, t'.): questions to be determined ire, can he, or can he not, make right and ready application of them, as, of the principles, rule?, and definitions of (iramuiar, to the words, phrases, and clauses of a sentence, both in the analy­ sis of what is written, and in the cx- jire.'siou of bis own thoughts of the principles of Arithmetic to the solu­ tion of problems of the facts of Geog raphy, to the determination of the means, habits, and character of the peo­ ple who inhabit tho countries to which the facts relate. Such examination will show much of the pupil's charac­ ter and habits, and will show, also, what is his diligence, and what is his progress from day to day. 2d, As A MEANS OP LEADING THE PtPIL TO THE ACQUISITION OF KNOWL­ EDGE. The efficiency of teacher in .recitation is...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 December 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT!Wc LOCAL MATTERS AUSTIN, MINN, DKC. 11, 1871. Wkathku line. Si.KicniNii is poor. TLIK roads are good. Thk L'ublie 0 their 1 mess. ing their husbands put on after tea. M.\J. Okn. O.O. Howard lome Austin & Richardson h. O. HKELKR. Esq., is Agent for Summons it Paden keep their "deliv­ ery wagon" running in response to the calls of their many friends. They have complete Mock. Tiik ana society will iiiu a i_,ni i^inias mi. Pkhsonal—CoL Noki.k knows how. t. 11 .. of the trade. OFFICIAL PAPERJ)F THE MUNTY. Schools are again session, with a full attendance. Siikuman Paue, Esq., gone to Jamks TUI-Kson-Lhasafine firt J. Trcesdem/s. Solncr & Morgan find their new rooms scarcely sufficient to meet the wants of their rapidly increasing trade. Shoes, and Slippers. The latter are elegant things for a holiday present. Dunklkman riet lias a line stock of ihe Clergy congratulate him most sin- cerclJ'- Every-7-"— Mr SlMON Ai.DERSON 1 Januai next. We ojh they may enjoy a f:ii.sh...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 December 1871

ONLY A LOCK Or 11A1K. Only a lac' "f il.irk brown hair, Tbrcnd- with silver hero and there (Why do I weep?) Low lie* the head In the quiet grave. Cold is tlio heart ao true and brave, (Why do I weep 7) Never again ahull that dear head ache. Never ngain nhall that truo heart break, Never again shall those sad eyes wake From that calm sleep. Four long year* in tho gravo at rent, Tiro hands folded aero8 tho breast, (Why do I weep I'eot that had ranged tho wild world o'er. fc'yes that had ached for tho bettor shore, (Why do I weep O ali, cold lips that I fuiu would kiss 1 O fiout-1 and bruin that 1 hourly miss 1 churls thoe, still in thy homo of blifs. My image keep. Hoc whore It lies in my open palm! Thrilling my soul like a nilent psalm, (Why do I weep'.') Tangled w,i !i kisH.'s and wet with tears, Nut nod on my heart for four long years, (Why do I weep?) All will ant In a few short years. Umbo I th tumult and dried tho tearx, tltu with lk« sorrows and hopes and fears, Will calmly fil...

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. — 21 December 1871

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Ueview of tlie Affairs oi the Nation. Our Relations with Foreign Powers. UcccnimsiiilRtioii3 Concerning Tariff and Taxation. POLYGAMY AND KU-KLUXISM ... .VHIPJaTOm TREATY I1..' pre?-.dent's messnge delivered to loss to-day, lit noon: V.• t'l Ilotti-- if llrpreicntativei: In my tliinl .".luiuil message to tho la.--u..ikiug Inane!-. ..f Uv .eminent, it in grati IMir i-i bo «Wi' In .-lute tli.it during tho past year •••,. Kent-rally attended the nTorts to execute n! lav luiud nji 'ii the statute books. The h.... I.e. initio rni'Uiro into tlie wisdom of I .• r".uly :i .. but to Irani their spcciul iu ml OM .'.'I' ilii iM accordingly. 1 1 .. ll.!'t' a wise I'rovidencc, been general .i rity to tho nation. Ii has, -r, b. in :i't. !i•.i' with more than the usual -l• iii* TI( in 1oj.k hi lit*-- .md property by storm 'el I: i'. 'Hie^e'li-Ja^er." have served to call fortlj t:. !'i *t clcr.li lit lit' liiuir.m nature in our country, 1 i.i ilevel. |i a friciuMi.il fur us on 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. — 21 December 1871

--AU3TIN..MINN.- TH 1' USD A MORN1XO. DKC.l'l, 1*71. "oi't'J' CiirislKins. liuve cum aii'l To some. it will have 1'Oi.Mi ,i "mi'iTv." to oilier* a sad l'iy. It it? t!io L'rowim: temlrney nl' ilie monarch, while the little iWkn" be- licvo in his physical presence, and they prattle their childish praiacs of him over the sweetmeats which their stock ing contain. The purest love may permeate the heart that cannot command single re­ source with which to make an offering to the object of its affection. The mo­ tive which prompts, is of infinitely greater value than the purse whieh Jiuys. Let the rich enjoy their wealth. Minueiot.i News. Thk Treasurer's offico for Freeborn county has been supplied with a SI ,100 sufe. A tri-weekly I I 1 I .A .N W'iere 'ie is living ill tlayrante I n't(i!i iviih :i woman not his wife.— A. A. HAKWOOi). Fmitof r^J Froortotov. -V .... .... Ilofnrc we send out :motli-r niiniK-i' of tliu kanm-h U'V, si rist 111:1s will to iiiako tliis anniversary t*minieiu- Orat...

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. — 21 December 1871

THE TR ANSC'K IP'L OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CODNTY. LOCALMATTMtti- Arsrix. MINN Ii:c. -1, 1ST I. .-al1• ine line ir'ioda for J. Lr.vv his gonth lien's wear. SEE the card Crandall A: Trench, Attorneys. 1 ofler the public a splendid opportunity. Sec llicir advertisement. A Fl'i,r, and complete assortment of pipes, cigar cases, eigar holders &c.j for tho holidays at Huntley & ISrey'a. 0. IJ. WEST don't intend to be out­ gone in the (juality or variety of his holiday goods. J. J. HAYES & lUio. have a large assortment of fancy goods suitable for holiday presents. Mil. M. GREOSOX is laying the foun­ dation near Kamsey, upon which ho will erect a Flouring ill in the spring. LOOK at thoso beautiful cigar sets, a nice Christmas present for a gentleman, at IIuntIoy& Hrey'a. 37w2 JAMI.S TKUKSDEM- has a fine lot of ?lippori. just what wives delight in see ing their husbands put on after tea. THERE is no nicer present for a gen­ tleman than one of those splendid cigar cases or pipes...

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. — 21 December 1871

I OR THE HOYS AMI CJ1KLS. The Ilurliil of the Cat* BY ROBERT KENT BUTOIIINHON. romiii'j li.imo fnm my ortlco, Ivirl nut limn tl.iy, I si-alcilour mynclf ill tho garden, I'n v\liili' nil hour away. I watehed tho falling harvest i/i a\Tri, erimeon, Rold, and brown, l.iii« thi glints of tho vaninhod Summer, Whirling IIIKI drifting down, Hut soi HI I waa ronsed from my musing ll tin' putter of littlo feet, Ami the souud of familiar voices Singing, low und sweut— I want to be an angel," ummy, tutu: holil of my hand Ki', i/im'MvulK BO fiint, I Bay), And with the nngeln stand." 1 H.IW Ilir.niKti tin' hedge that hid me, Stan.Img solemn and Kttll, Konr liltlf bltiek-robcd ti^nrin, Tom, Aline, Kati', anil Will. 1 thought that the priest's black toga l^inki il htrangrly familiar to me, And in Ilie gown tiin sexton worn Sunday coat I could see. "l'hi- i-rie.-t in tlii- nilhrn gown s:iiiii 1 by thf st.iri'b-box—,*iijii, I mean- Aii'l iri'in the h.lemii Hi nnon Thr.se HI re the worilH I could gle...

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 December 1871

THE NEWS. MIsocllnncoiiH. BY lir?etloi of ttie I'resti'Iout, Firt Lieuten ant Sanmol M. rtwigort, of tlio Twentieth Cav alry, in (U'tailoil a« pnifonaorof military science mid tucti.'H at the Kentucky Uuivorsit}-, at I/Kii-vilU'. KKUIT men attai-koil the jailor at Now Brunswick, N. J., Monday night, gagged and bound him, and then attempted to gain ad mittance to tlio i* torior of the jail, but the an-iHtant jailor I ".rod on thom and called the police, the Hieing. Two hunilrr !'•-t of the roof of tlie iron dupot of tlio ItiMiMsalnar Railroad in Saratoga, W.IH PIUMIUHI LV tlio weight of HIIOW Monday aftt'inouii. Nobody hurt. NKWMAM, of Illinois, haw been appointed First Deputy Ccnitnissioner of Internal Reve nue for that state, vice K. Sweet, appointed Firnt Doputy roiiiniinMonor. IT is stated that Fisk hau paid Mis» Mauu flcld $15,000 fur the KOttleuient of hor libel Hiiit .-i^ninst luu), Tin. Lowsr House of the Mianouti Legixla turo haH paused a concurrent reuolntion asking CongroH...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 28 December 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. A. A. HABWOOD. Editor and Proprietor. -AUSTIN, MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 28,1871, The Bible in (he Public Schools. A letter which we insert elsewhere, rociles a case of rebellion by pupil of Catholic parents against devotional ex ercises ia ?cbool, and, perhaps, the incident affurJs a proper occasion for an illusion to the question of Tho Bi ble in the Public Schools." Custom, founded upon an abiding religious conviction, has placed this book in the public school room, and authorized an invocation of the Divine Messing upon the work, and upon those engaged in it. Shall this practice be proscribed Our fundamental law provides for perfect freedom of conscience. It ad mit* of no itligious test, and yet it is the outgrowth of two centuries of chris tian life and effort. It is probably true that no deliberative body,—except political conventions—ever organized under the American Constitution, that did not formally make supplication and and offer thanks before making a...

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 December 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. LOCAL MATTERS' AUSTIN, MINN, DEC. 28, 1871. Go to II ayes & Bro.'s for the fiicst quality of Silver and Plated Ware for holiday presents. A FULL and complete assortment of pipes, cigar eases, cij^ar holders Sic., for Si the holidays at Huntley Brey's. THE McFurland Theatrical Troupe performed on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings last. JAMES TRUESDELL has a fine lot of Slippers, just what wives delight in see ing their husbands put on after tea. J. J. IIAYES & BRO. hare a large assortment of fancy goods suitable for holiday presents. LOOK at those beautiful cigar sets, a nice Christmas present for a gentleman, at Huntley & Broy's. 37w2 THE very latest style of goods, and from the best manufacturers, at J. TRUESDELL'S. TN« Suckow Troupo gave an enter tainment here on Thursday last, upon which wo hear favorable comments from those who are competent to judge of its merit. THERE is no nicer present for a gen tleman than one of those s...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 28 December 1871

FOR THE ''.OYS AM) (jlRLS. Tin* Sleepy Hoy. BY LLIZAUELLI SILL. I knew a little boy, And I'v fton board It said That In- iK-vt-r wan so tired That lie wished to go to bed. Though he scarcely cau hold up II drowsy littlo head, Y«t ihiH v» rv foolish boy Cannot bear to go to tied. When the big golden sun 11a lain down to shop When the Iambi* overy on® Aie 1. I«!g by tho flbpop When U1ld« month Us WlUg Y.xt-r-y .-hirk turks its head,— Still this el little boy Dot-a not like to go to bed. I riinroppfi ami daMtw lluve shut it'ii* bright eye* (Iran"h"pnerH and crickets AT "I« hillabiei* fii« -:ln-m have lighted Tin 'r l.iMipH 1 right and yellow Ami I'm dire its dreaiutiig*tlme Ir thn bleepy little fellow. The hoiroloss little child Wli ha no place to sleop le» 1M* ur und must lie, ()r IT» H'IUO .y creep o'er wh»t»i no rlt un white sheet, N» blanket H»ft, is spread,— 1! happy he would be II he eouhl 4* go to bed Hut th a pretty neat All warm and Hoft and white, That's waitiug for this boy,...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 January 1872

E N E W S At llnmrt TUB roccivcr of tlio Union Square Rank ro I'orts tho assets miffieient to iy all liabilities, iinl leave -f 12,000 TUB IN for the uliiireliolilcrs. CIIMITKIILI.KI! Green pul-listies olHi-i:il Mate I MI.-- SLI.NVIRIF tho debt of the city ami ceiin of New irk to bo £lK»,il.'i,78G. Tlio amnmt 1,1 cash in tlio treasury is about WM. p.1.1 $77,000,cei1. 15. iows, one of tho counterfeit^'* who from iiiidlow stroct jail. New York, •-cm:' weeks ago. was rc-arrosteil »t Kwoiiort, "linois. I'm engine aiul machine works of liu^U II. l'.nlo A- Co., at Puqucsno, near l'ittubnvg, wore t.»iallv liunKxl Tnursilay evening. Lo»h o.sti maioil at ••?."(,000 insurance not nueeitaineil. Tin: NI poijiixxtioi* of Now York city WHH do lu'ivo.l of gas on Sunday lv tlio explosion of :he purifyii'jT hnuKs of ttio Metropolitan !as 'onip'Any's Works on Vorty-Seoond t-tivot. I lie Inul.liii^ was iloniolitshetL Fortunately no one received serious injuries. 'I iiK examination of the Kobiutton nmr...

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