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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 January 1873

II (•««. Tflc straw 3|be« ^brjan Ml conflrms tiovo! Yhe Ameri ctueouipatiy, and of its'rapflcation by the of to or an ComuisioKKR YAK BCIIK IT tending to the Governor's Office nf the several states a circu hr requesting that cach state shsll send to the Vienna Exhibition examples -of tho ma­ terials used in common education, with state­ ments of results obtained. y-TTlr JT-|-- MoKennir and Barnes, or Co|in|^#^*W wp&t to Osecola, Arfc.» hunt­ ing, and wore supposed to be tlie three men found froaen to death in a skiff near Memphis, •re uKr^uid #oll at Osceola. AT Mttficalina, Iowa, the jury in the case of the State against tVilmering, for killing bia father a short time since, has just returned a verdict of murder in tbe second degree. DOCTOR JONES, taking a homoeopathic physician at Toronto, jMM^^enly 09 S JolS Wtftlttoaday, after of cliloraio liydrate, wlficli bevn administered at had his own request after. a painful surgical operation. 3 K*v. JQSHCA Leavnr, D. D.', associate e...

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. — 23 January 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBE COOHTT. LOCAL MATTERS AUSTIN, MINN, JANUARY 23, IS73. Recrcltry or our Stunt*. •Judge A. A. Hal-wood liaTing been unamnieusly chosen by both parlies of the Legislature as Secretary of the State Senate, left Austin on Saturday I.'tt for St. Paul, and witli his family will wide nt the cnpitrl during tho session. The kind wishes of thia community will be with them iu their brief abscnoe and all will welcome them houie again. Mr. Harwood is known to be a gontlcuian of acknowledged ability and Mgaeily. a conscientious, fearless journalist—a patron and leader in education and scieooo,and a generous whole-souled citizen. Mrs. Harwood is a most estimable and accomplished lndjr, and although an invalid of many years, finds bar way to the hearts of a large circle of fViends wherever she ia. Willie, an only child of 8 years, is a •ery promising and affectionate boy.— Bat, if thete are any traits of charac­ ter which prove the worth of a family, it ia their ...

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. — 23 January 1873

•~n BCIIABIIfl CABM. JL. WHEAT, M. D., Homccpathic Physician and Surgeon, Office nnd Residence, (Xtmer of St. Paul and Mill Starts, Myl Aaatl*. S. GOWDY, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office over Day Bro.*» Store. Anstin, Minnesota. HEFERERCES. Prof. E. W. Jenks, M. D., Detroit Mich. 8. Cory, P., Waukegan. Ill.l C. W. Kuril, M. D-, Waukegon, Ills. L. L. Bonnet, K. i)t Qwatonna, Minn. Wyl P. THORN II1LL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Offioe, South Side of Public Square, AUSTIN, 4yl (Comer of Main and VriiwBaJStrMd, Austin* Minnesota. NO CAROS. Physician & Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence. Mill St. DR. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue Earth City, respectfully informs the ublie that he has permanently LOCATED IN AUSTIN. ffiee over Solner A Morgan's store. R««» ience, first door east ol the Public School building, where he may be found to attend promptly to all calls in the line of his profes­ sion. JADEN & NOBLE, Dealers in Groceries, Drug...

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. — 23 January 1873

CHILDREN'S WBMKR. Tbe Mttlc Mother. Minding baby's cradle, Rocking as she sings, Sits a little maiden, Full of busy things Mending Dolly's stocking With most serious mien, Scarcely seven summers Has little Patty toon. Patly's bair is golden, Putty's eyes are blue. Anil scaice can tell you Half that she can do Bather bands wark deftly AB she sings awhile, And like dash of sunshine Is her merry smile. Sitting by tlio cradle, Mother's task to share. While hwr playmates' voices Fill the suuny air. Cy and by she'll join them, Shout with might and main, Tlay tdl tyrant baby Wants his nurso again. Sitting by the cradle, Full of dignity, Marshaling on tiptoe Little sisters three Trie* to look like mother, With a brow of care,— God £rant darker shadow Never may rest there —Demorest's Young America. The Snowflske. BY JEAN IKGKLOW. There is a beautiful little bird called the Snowflake. A very good name for it is this— which likens to what suggests cold and pure whiteness, and floats downward s...

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. — 30 January 1873

*1 THE NEWS. I A ltlMl:Ltbuui% Taetdav, destroyed tbelijbwMm Manufacturing Company's works. LOU 05,000. OlmNrrfc LIE has left San Francisco for tlio East, to arrest Arnold and others indicted for the diamond swindle. PBoogEoniasliave been commcnctd against J- J. Marks and Jasper O'Farrol, Harbor Com­ missioners of San Francisco, for alleged par­ ticipation in extensive harbor frauds. EX-MATOB HALL,' of New York, slipped and I his aufclc Sunday nisrht. NEW YOBK was visited by a storm of rain and rteet, on Sunday, which cut the city ofrtrom telegraphic communication with the outside vwrld, and did mnrli damage to property. CARLISLE, KT.,W»S visited by a 1150,000 con flagratinn on Saturday night, which destroyed the best portion of the village. THE expross coiupauyVaafa on the train re­ cently wrecked near Bowling Green, Ky.,eota tkined $200,000 in government bonds* which were reduced to cinders. They have been taken to Washington torredcmptioin A SNOW STORM prevailed over a large part...

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. — 30 January 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. LOCAL M.i TTKRS- AUSTIN, MINX, JANUARY 50, ISJ3. The Coiiuly CI»»«rnmcBl. The Ow&touna Journal of a recent elate, contrasted the financial comlitbh i»l* Stoclc county with that of Mower, and seemed to tako a little riJe in the fact that it cost* less to maintain gov­ ernment in that county, than it does in this. Whereupon the organ of tho ling," i:i Austiu, gratified its prurient taste l»y attacking the present County Board with falsehoods and slanj*. Under tho lling" management, tvl.cn Messrs. Davidson Si Co, were paid $3,200 per annum, for doing the jL'outity printing, when Treasurers em­ bezzled tho County funds, when Audi tors committed theft, and when Com­ missioners voted subsidies to cach oth­ er, it cost the enormous sum of twenty cne mills ob the dollar to keep the ma­ chine properly lubricated. When the present Board began its administration the assessment was reduced at once sicteen mill*, making the annual levy only ono ha...

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 January 1873

BCllSmW CARPfi. H. WHEAT, M. D., iMapathit Fhjileian and 8nrgeon, Office Il4 Residence, Wr of St. Fattl and Mill Streets, Myl A 8. GOWDY, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office over D»y Bro.'a Store. Austin, Minneiota. iiniiMfH *rof. E. W. Jenks, M. D., Detroit, Mich. 8. Cory, M. D., Waukegan, III. C. W. Bond, M. v., Waukegan, Ilia. L. L. Bcnnet, If. D., Owatonna, Minn. »"yl P. THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon Office, 8outh Side of Publlo Square, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. jy. w. L. HOLLISTER, {Corner of Main and Win»MjStwt», Austin* Minnesota. So CARDS. 'y1 R. A. BARNES, l4l. D.f Physician A Surgeon* County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence. Mill St •j\B.J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue Earth City, rMpaetfalty informs the yuhlie that ho has permanently LOCATED IN AU3TIN. Offloe owr Solner Morgan's stow. Rssl deace, first door etat ot the Public 8chool Vnitdtn* where he may be found to attend promptly to all ealls "»theline Collection* will receive prompt atte...

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 January 1873

A Fable. BY BELLA FBEXCH, An Ant wm traveling one dtyt 8ho liad tiny crumb of bread, That she had lagged a weary way, That all hcrchildren might be fed. She smiled as only ants can smile For homo was getting slowly nigh. She paused, and wipod her face awhile, And breathed inaudibly a sigh. This is a hard, hard world," thought she, And mournfully ttlio shook her head -Those ants that have to toil like me Were better off if they were dead. Then what a care m.y children are I Ungrateful too, I have to own: They bring no joy—'twere better far If I were reully all alone. Iu this most lovely world of ours. Oh 1 thou how happy I conld bo! No work to do I'd rest on flowers—" And here she paused in agony. Her home was reached—no home, alaiOl Tho thought came with a dreary pain. A heartless youth who'd chance to pass Had thrust in it his dainty caue. Me little voices asked for bread No sweet caressca inndo her glad Her tiny children all were dead, And. yet the ant was very sad. aioiuL. Xfo of...

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. — 6 February 1873

THENEWS. kt Ilomt. A ssvns hall atom and remarkable cokl weather arerefoteoitom California. THE freight train whioh ran tl LLIC track at oao Hill, on tha Mi) walk JO an 1 Chi S go Rail­ way, Wednesday, was loaded with kcroncno oil. Several cars were totally wrecked, and much ojl spilled. THE Bosttjiastcr General informs tlio House that the total amoniu paid 'he 1'ncUie rail fsali for transport of mai 8 is M,156,133. The letter also givos a detailed computation or tlie savings to tlio government over the old overland stage system, and pronounces the adv.intagoin the tune gained incalculable. AT LOS Angelos, I Tuesday, Dominique Bayhant a Chineso cook in his wuptogr of stealing $3,500. Tung Quoy denied- the ehai and a quainl ensued, when Bayhant fired two shots at tlio Chinaman, hitting him In the oule and tliigh. Tuag Qurvy fell, when Bayhant shot himself through the head, and diod a short timo at(er.varfl. SANDFOKD BRAND was killed at Pittston, Mo., on Monday and his brother bxdlv i...

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. — 6 February 1873

TOE TRANSCRIPT k. A. HA&WOOD. Editor and Piosristor. —AUSTIN. MINN,— THURSDAY MOUSING, FrR. «, ISRX Names. Th'o mnmrntnu* questions nf tbo dny are: ••bother tbo linn. Jmige-iMjfi't-Secret.iry Har woc.l's wife's name 13 I'm and whether she EIH-WMM Uiiv wii'-U ti'.loil individual on •JTVasiur.s of his returning hotnc from St. I'uul tr any other virinntis ail v.—1'ejittcr, L'iistand forcmosl—WOarc NOT aware that DnviJson, Local" of the .'Register has any nauic, of which a per »f», jealous of his ancestral fame," trruld fe*l cfpeciiiily proud. Second, «IOI that ho has any diameter which a virtuonri, houost or truthful uian de­ sires to emulate. nor Third, that he lias over acquired, by public scrvice— »r otherwise—any title, the possession «f which is envied him by cren.the hungriest gourmand of political honors. enyinjr nothing of respectable men. Again—Oar wife's name is not "Em," r.i?ither have we written, as alleged by the Register, any account of our cxpe rienee daring the lata...

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. — 6 February 1873

if BVIIRKIW CARDN. H. WIIKAT, M. D., Stauwpatluc Physician afld Surgeon, Office and Residence, Garner cj/" 5/. Am/ om/ J/t7/ Streets, llji Auatlii, MlnneMl*- A. 8. GOWDY, M. v., Phyeicidft and Surgeon Office over P»y Bro.'s Store. Anstin. Binimots. HBFKRBNCRS. Prof. E. W. Jcnkf, M. P., Detroit, 8. CPTY. Mich. W. n.. Waulti-go*. HI. !. I».. Waukegan, Ills. L. L. Bonnet, TT. D-", Owatonna, Mfnn. 52yl P. THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, OlSee, South Sid* of Public Square, ALATIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. W. L. HOLLISTER, |Corser of Main and WinonajBtreets, Austin* Minnesota. Ho ClRM. R. A. BARNES. M. D., Physician A Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence. Mill St. "f \R. J. v. SQUIRES, late of Blue r.jfih City, respectfully Informs tho public that be bat permanently LOCATED IN AUSTIN. C-fiM over Solncr A Morgan's store. Resi 4*ace, firit door east of the Public School building, where he may be found to attend prompirp to all calls in the line of hie ...

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 1873

CHILDREN'S CORKER. Block Houses or Johnny's Philosophy. BY HB8. A. K. WELLS. ®*«?. ®nco I built with cards 3j? ,8y l^'uK8 they wort) My Christmas box of liard-wood blocks I quite to cards prolcr. no'®.kreath of wind that blows Through window or through door, But liouso or yard I built with card Was blowu about the floor. Such easy wo. with-blocks to build, Hut little pains I t&kc. Come, Johnnv, you'and Baby too, Shall soo what I caii make.*' Tho worl begins.—'block after block, Higher and higher it prows She piles and piled, nnd Johnny biuiles, And baby laughs and crown. 'Tia done cries Lottie with delight, A church tho towers and all I 'Tig nlain to see. ns plain cau be, Block houses do not fall." The baliv'n in an ccstasy He shakes hi* curly locks On tiptoe stands with outstretched hands, Aud snateht sat tho blocks. With fists and toes he strikes good blows,— Who ever know such fun To ieH and right with all his might lie scatters every one. Now there's a emuli 1" says sober Jo...

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 1873

iSJUxoa WILSON "will, on the 18th or 251 notify the proper authorities of Msssachsetts ot hia intended resignation,which will not tako place until tho expiration of the present Con grots. A niK at Brockfield, Mo., on Sunday, do stroyed $10,000 worth of property. Tan unit of Gordon Gordon against Ja Gould for the recovery of 1300,000, has been dismissed, tha.pl.iiutiff not appearing. Tn thioves who robbed Isaac Mills, a (rav­ eling agert of a New York jewelry house, of tgoeds valued at #20,000 have been captured, and $9,000 of the' stolen property recovered. AT Monmouth, III., on'Triesday, A. B. Swan* sou, tlio wife pojsouer, who was sentenced to the penitentiary for fifteen years, committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razor. How-Swaason obtained the fasor ie not kffoWto, tint it was suppo'ieftit was tianded htm by some person from the ontsido of the Da. PXTEBS, of Clinton, N.T., has discovor °®w planet of the tenth magnitude in de -dilution ndrth nine degrees 4nd sixteen it...

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 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT M. A. HAltWOOD. Editor uad Projrieter. —AUSTIN. MINN- THURSDAY MOIlKIXO, FEB. 13,1973. Uducallouiil. There is ono olemcnt in our system of EJucution, upon which tho chief raluo of ihc r,ho!e sirueture depends, and that is its universality. It readi­ es the modcbt f'il spring of tho brown fared peasant, who e'ears the ibrcsfc and (ills tbe prairies, as well as the children of law-makers and Presidents. The ooor is open alike to all. aud auy uiy enter aud fairly compete lor the high cat honor* which it has to bestow. Oar common school «u pro­ jected upon the idea that it would em­ brace it all! This it doet not do ex­ cept iu theory,aud it is therefore to some extent a failure. Ib the theory falla­ cious No itis based—if not upon au actual—it is upon a pastille fact. The, common sehool ought to bring into itself all who have not wealth and leis­ ure to educate thenselvee elsewhere. None dispute this. Then, what is the duty of the State in the premises? Having supplied 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. — 13 February 1873

gWWEWI CAKPW. Js SI. WHEAT, M. D., HoifMBpathic Phydeian and Surgeon, Office ud BmI4(BNi fjbrner of St. Paul and MM Street*, 8yl Amtto. 8. GOWDY, IM. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office over Day Bro.'s 8t»w« Austin, HinneioU. REPEREKCES. Prof. F. W. Jcnkr, M. D., Detroit, Mich. ». 8. Cory, D., Waukegan. HI.: C. W. Jt'ord, M. D., Wankegnn, Ills. L. L. Bonnet, it. P., Owatonna, Minn. JJjl O P. THORNIIILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Side of Public Sqmr^ AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. j^R. W. L. HOLLISTER, (Comer of Main and Winona*8tre«ts, Austin* Minnesota. No CABM. Physician A Surgeon* County Physician, pension Surgeon, SMU. 1 Vi J. P. SQUIRES, late of Bine v.»r»h City, respectfully informs the public that ho l*i»s permanently LOCATED IN AU3TIN. OCee ow Solaer Morgan's store. Rmi 4a**s first door east of the Publie School building, wbcre he may he found to attend promptly to all cilli in the Hoe of hn profes­ sion. D.' B. SMITH, Dealer ia AGBICHITTOAL HKFLSXKBT8, Fay/fi Machin...

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. — 13 February 1873

CHILDREN^ CORHER. Grace and Hay. BY R. a. w. Sweet little Grace, with lior winning face. And licr eyes so full of glee, Of the household all, both great and small, The pet and the darling ahe. Poor little May! all the livelong day Murmurs, nor falters, nor lags Tlio luby she tends, the stockings she mends, Aud sens up the carpet rags. Beautifnl Qracc, with smiles on her fee* And lore in her soft brown eye. Runs to tho gato to frolic and wait, And kiss dear papa good-bye. Poor little. Mny is homely,, thoy say, But good, aud gcnlle, and mild She blushes that she was born to be A drunkard's poor little child. Frolicsome Grace wears curls, with a trace Of mil t,l in her month and eye Site's pictures and books, a doll that look* Like a fay, and dolls that cry. Pensively May gits sewing away, Bui happy enough for th:U Bho owns uo toy, but gazes with Joy At the pranks of her pet eat. Happy is Grace, she lias a large place In hearts both loving and true Bho heara kind words, like chirping o...

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. — 20 February 1873

THE NEWS. At Home. A KOMBF.R of fast trotters wero shipped Irom New York on Thursday, to tl»o Cuban Captain General. CHAHI.ES G. HAINES, of Jnlicn, Iowa, lias entered suit against tlio Illinois Central Kail Mad Company tor 115,000 damages, tho amount c'sunicd for injuries sustained hist fall tiy a train rnnni'.ig into his wagon vliilf crossing tluir truck, in wliieh the team was kilictf'aml liinisel! stverely injured as tone riously nidiiPirrr l:i» life. 'I'm: llobtail Tunne', the largest in Colorado, Qfrif'-- H-l-*--1 Prvliy. TIII: American livgis'er, printed IU Paiis, is in formed (hat thj French Government pro­ hibited M. I'ardoanct, Kansas Emigration from lecturing in Belfort. Jr is reported that from the wrcck of the Atlantic Mail Company anew lino of Auioriean steamers will bo organized, to mu between New York and Havana. A DSTKOIT telegram states thai the Pnll maim Palaco Car Company have completed the purchase of the buildings and real estate of the Detroit and Milwaukee It....

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 1873

THE TRANSCmPT L. X. HA&WOOD. Editor and Pfoaristor. -AUSTXtf. HffiN.- T1IURSDAY MORNING, fEB. 20,1873. Editorial Correspondeuee. ST. PAUT., Minn Feb. 11, 1 S7:t There has been IM session of either VIOUHU of tbc Legisht'ire to-day. 1 Two-tlnrtls of both brandies visited lie State Prison at Stillwater, leaving i-tere by xpecial train at 10} o'clock and it-turning al 6 P. M. This Institution i.j onfi of the uioet important of any for tfilich the State has to provide, audit I* the only one which yields any reve­ nue. The Prison is, in all rcspects, so ..r as* a brief inspection enables one to i'rui an opiniuii, in a good condition. a is under the immediate charge of II. A. Jack man, Esq., an intelligent .ind humane uian, and all the prisoners tth whom I conversed—and they were many—speak uf him in the highest tcruis. The discipline is ouforced by a civil and gentlemanly corps of guards, gainst but one of whom did 1 hear he slightest complaint, and it is but ust to remark that in bot...

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 1873

BPMWEIW CAKD8, N. WHEAT, M. D., Homoepathio Physician and Surgeon, Offiea and Residence, Corner of St. Paul and Mill Street*, Myl Ana tin. Hi I n» 8. GOWDY, M. D-, Physician and Surgeon. Office over Day Bro.'s Store. Anitin. Minnesota. HKFKRKSCCA. 9rat V. W. Jenks, M. I'., Detroit, Mich. 9 8. Cory, D.. Waukcgan, 111. C. W. Bond, M. V., Wankegan, Ills. L. L. Bennet, III. D., Owatonna, Miun. 52yl p. THORNIIILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Offiee, South Side of Publio Square, AUSTIN,. 4yl MINNESOTA. JYT. W. L. HOLLISTEIL, |Corner of Main and WinonaJJStrects, Austin* Minnesota. No CARDS. "J1 R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician & Surgeon# County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence. Mill St. F\TT- J- SQUIRES, late of Blufe Earth City, respectfully inform! th« publio that he has permanently LOCATED IN AUSTIN. Cfflee orer Solner 4 Morgan'* store. Rwi deaee, first door east ot the Public School knildiD^ where he may be found to attend promptly to all calls in the li...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 20 February 1873

4 CHILDREN'S CORKER. Caught." A FABLE foa THE LITTLE ONES. Is1'- wcre swimminj oi.o day, M«. I V,cn.s»nt »'»ver, a few miles away. T™iii'ra'y ?, nj' But Scaly was heedless the fly looked so nice, •Lnat soon ho forgot Finny's kindly advice. He snatched at the By, when, as quiclilv as thought. Came a jorl and, eh dear! little Scalv was caught. Now wasn't he fotdish? And yet, how I wish liittle clnldr.'ii woro novor like that littlo ilsli. Uut when sin entices, how often we see lbat they yield to temptation as quickly as he. But they who thus focliahly choose wrong, Jerry accordingly, beautiful black retriever which I 'had bought for Ned a few months before, sat up and look­ ed as detnure as a four-legged stoic enn do, till he got the bread, wlieu he thanked Ned by a wag of his tail. "I taught him that, papa," cried Ned. "Good dog, Jerry! But Liz­ zie (Ned's sister) helped to make him fetch the sticks." "Well, but," said I, rather amused, "if you teach him all this, Ned, does he never ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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