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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 27 November 1873

tHILDRES'S CO&NER. Antamn. BY JBLI\ A. IilXON. Sadii. Mamma, dear, I'm awful sorry Cause tho annmici's srono All out door is dark and hateful, Not a spcck of sun. Scarf and mittens such a lothor, Tvintr on and taking off: I only wish I need not wear them— llather have tlio whooping cough. Mamma. Bat I loro Autumn, Sadio, darling, And would ask you join with mo In gathering Ironi this golden harvest Nut-brow 11 leaves fretu every treo Then, when crystals Rlistc irightiy, O'er the pathway wo mi tread Buried ilaisios shall onlv nl \t!er In tluir pure aud snow-white bed. Sadie. But, mamma dear, it's warm and cozy sitting in the house all day, Aud if you should go out a moment, It is not to romp or play. But. there is one thing makes me happy, In the coming winter time. And that's the coaster Harry gave me, Which be rays is always niiuo. Mamnxa. I was thinking, Sadio darling. How very thankful we should be, That every season brings a blessing Fraught with lovo for you aud me And, whe...

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. — 4 December 1873

NEWS OF THE WEEK. The Cuban Question. NEGOTIATIONS between tlic United States »'icl Spaiu as regards tlic question growing •oat or the capturo ot the Virginias were tooimht to a conclusion on Nov. 29, Secretary Fish ami Admiral Palo having agreed upon •and signed a protocol, which the latter won after telegraphed to his Government. It is positively stated the term* arc substantial!) as follows First—Immediate delivery to tho' United Stales of the *lii| VirRinins niul all sui-Yiviug imsaenKcis and crew. Second—Salute to onr Hag oh Dec. 25. un­ less in the meantime Spaiu shall satisfy the United Suites that tbo American flag wa»4m properly I write on that VOHKOI, and lUrther, that alio had no ri^ht to the American flag or American papers iu this ttveut the salute i« to be spontaneously withdrawn, and Spain to formally disclaim any iuteut and indiguity ot •lie flan ill tho acts committed by Spain against the Virgiuius. Third—If it bo tken shown she bad no ri^lit to carry tho American 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. — 4 December 1873

mm THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HAS WOOD. Editor »r*d Proorietor. .^AUSTIN. MINN THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 4. 1873. Itailroufl Lf|isl»ion. Tho farmers'arc looking anxiously for some action upon ili« question of freights. The Legislature, soon to con Tcne, cannot lung i^noro the wishes of ttoo people. Something will be Unne, but just what, may not bo safely pre­ dicted at present. One thinji, how­ ever, certain. Thoro will be a sharp contcst between the lluilroad codipa­ tties and the public, unless they can agree to an adjustment of their diffi ealties, upon some amicable basis The corporations have the advantage, as usual. Several of their most able rep­ resentatives are in the Legislature, and they will do their utirost to make it appear tbat the railroad companies aro the benefactor* of the State,—that they are now, and always have been, working at a low to themselves, and that they depend solely upon an in­ crease of busine»9 to reimburse the losses they have sustained by operating, 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. — 4 December 1873

lltJSIlfEJM CARD«1.I| N. WHEAT, M. D., Homoopftthic Physiciaa and Surgeon, Office. and Residence, Oorntr of St. Paul and Mill Streets, »2yl A •»!«•. UllOTWf- P. THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office, South sideef Publio AUSTIN, 4?1 MINNESOTA. IV v. L. IIOLLISTKH, kC«rMf of Mala and Winens^Streets, Austin* Minnesota. No Canns. 7yl A. BARNES, M. D., Physician, & Surgeon, COUNTY PHYSICIAN, PENSION SURGEON, AND CORONER. O ffjjceat Residoripe Mill st! DK.I1he.has 1 SQUIRES, lato of Blue Earth City, respectfully inform* the public that permanently LOCATED IN AUSTIN. Office «T*r Solncr A Morgan** store. Resi 4*nce, first l«»r east ol the Public School building, whero he may be found to attend promptly to all call* in the line of hi* profes •inn. H. AVAGONKR, M. D., Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon. 23tf SPRING VALLEY, MINN. USS B. DAVIS, General Agent Home Life Ins. Co, far Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa. OSos, lit Deor 8nth of Court Hots*. 11.lv Anstin. Minnesota. JU...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 December 1873

"SV:- Memory Belli. B* OABMET B.ntEKMAN. Memory bells arc ringing—ringing- In the* distance, far away i.?-?* "eikr them BinginK—singing Will you tell mo what they gay? Wo you hear tlieir silver chiming ®9..you hear their mellow rhyming DO yoa hear the dear, sweet story Ol yemr childhood's far-off glory D6 they take you back to years Cfottdcd by no haunting fears they speak of suuny hours •BBllen your way was strewn with flowors, When a rainbow arched your sky, And when Faith stood smiling by Tiny aro tolling—tolling slowly Hear the echoes die away,— Tender, lowly, sad, and noly Will yon toll mo what they say Do thoy tell of manhood's ill raming Do they tell of bright eyes luniiiK Do they tell of lond words spoken Do they toll of voung hearts broken Do they Jell ol hopes you chcrished Do thoy tell how faith has perished Do thoy tell how, night ana day, Oruol Fato has tracked her prey Do thnv tell of proud hopes blasted. And of life's sweet treasures wasted Memory Bolls aro pealing—pe...

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. — 11 December 1873

NEWS OF THC The Cuban Question. Late dispatches from Washington arc not favorable to a speedy settlement of ttao Vir­ ginias matter. Letters have been received In Hew York allowing that Marinjo Gomea, to avengo the sliootiug of those captured on the "Virginiua, attacked and captured a number of Spanish fortified camps fn the vicinity of San­ tiago. He mado over 200 prisoners, and, Tuarchlqg-thenrelosa tip to. Santiago, aliot them in frill view of the Spanish fortifica­ tions, and then sont word to Bnrriel ro come out awl lnry thorn. Ilurricl left Immediately for Havana. The Spaniards of Now York havo appointed a committee of their number to prepare an nridrcsf testing against the terrfla of the protocol 1/ ecd to by Admiral Polo at Wash­ ington, a .. calling for its rejection by the home gov#, ment. The Dej tment of 8tate baa no informa­ tion to con anicate concerning the arrange­ ments for the surrender of the Virginias anil hoi- survivors and her* crew to the United States naval 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. — 11 December 1873

THETRANSCRIPT A. A.SABVDOO. Editor ul Freeristsr. —jlVbhr. mis.- TIUMB1T MOHNINO. DSC. II, 1873. Tk« Mu7 Tfcaact of Mareh 3d, tot, increasing Ac pay of the the Judgea of the Su­ preme Coort, and Members of Con grew, sow under review, with fair proope^t of being modified) but oot m* pes!ed. Tin Constitution of th« United Stt'n provides thst the President "ibsll reoeive for bis ssrvioes, a com­ pensation, whieh shall neither be in creased nor dimisbed daring the period for whioh ho shall have been elected." So of the Judge* of the 8nprene Const, it says, "The? shell at stated times, feeeive for their aervioea, a eon* pensation whioh shall not bo diminish ed daring their continuance in ofBoo." Hence, it is beyond the power of Con gress to interfere with the salary of the Executive, or that of either of the Su­ preme Judgea, although the pay of each was increased by the tot under consideration. Theee constitutional restrictions may), give rise to a peculiar and very unplea •ant eircamst...

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. — 11 December 1873

•VdlNElM CABDH.1I N. WHEAT, M. D., Homcepathie Physioiai and Surgeon, Office and Residence, Corner of St. Paul and Mitt Streets, 11)1 P. TIIORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, OSoe, South Sid* of Pebllc Squnt AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. JJR. W. L. HOLLI8TER, .Ctmr of Hiii aad IflawtJIdwU, Austin* Minnesota. Wo Cabm. Oflee, lit Dsse Ssathaf IMJ J^ SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tyl A. BARNES, M. P., Physician, & Surgeon, COUNTY PHYSICIAN, PENSION SURGEON, AND CORONER. DR.Euth J. P. SQUIRES, lata of Blue City, respoetfally iafonaa tbe public that he bs« permanently LOCATED IN AU3TIN. I'ffiec eter Soteer A Morgan's Reei draw, im door WM of the Public School building, where ho may be fcw to »ttead promptly to all ealU ia the Uao of hla profee iiw £1 H. WAGONER, M. D., Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon, 23tf 8PRING VALLEY. MINN. JJUSS B. DAY 18, General Agent Horn* Lilt Int. Co. for SMlkm Mimaolaui I*rtktn lows. OMIXNN. AnstilL Minnesota. JUSTIN MILLS, The only Flouring Mill in Austin. 48,1 ...

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. — 11 December 1873

A aONtfXER OF THE DEEP. A Accoant of the Battle with the GIgjftntte Uevll Pish which At­ tacked ft Boat'* Crew CNT the Coast of Newfh«idltnd-A Veritable Sea 8er peat Slaty Feet In Lcaitli. We take from the St. John's (New* foundland) correspondence of the To­ ronto Olobe the following additional particulars of the devil-fish seen off the coaot of Newfoundland, a short aceonnt of which we published a few weeks ago: All renders of Victor Hugo's Toilers of the Sea" will hare a vivid recoileo tion of his thrilling description of Oillett's combat with the devil-fish, or krnkcn of the ancient legends. A ma­ jority of readers of that iiuiance regard this fish ns a pure creation of the eminent writer's imagination, and never suspect that it has a counterpart in nature. Of conrse, all who have a slight acquaintance with natural histo­ ry are aware that there are such things as uttle-fish, or, as scientific men call them, cephalopoda, of considerable dimensions, ana possessed of formida­ ble ...

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. — 18 December 1873

THE NEWS. THE CUBAN QUESTION fateful Delivery of the Virginias The Long Impending War dispelled MATTERS AT HOME. «r*" THE RAILWAY THIEVES IN IOWA. Grangers Convention in Iowa and IDfaMia jEsto.f nto.f xto. The Cuban Qu««tlon. Oca aiffloulUes witli gosin in regard to tho Virginius and prtscnMSRI at hat assumed a duiinito shape, and all trouble on this qaea* tion is at an end. The stipulation ot the time, manncruid place for thaaurrondar or s.*ihe •irgiuius^and the survivors of the crew etc., live ix-ou v&ned. Grcaf dissaimfaction .prevailed at Havana, owing to the fact that the United States wonld ssubaiit to no modification of the provisions of tho protocol and allow the Virgiuiua to be de­ livered to some neutral power, but the ex citoment has subsitlod, and now the indica­ tions are that tho dilFicully will bo amicably adjusted. The Caaandaigv alias gone to Havana to re­ ceive the Virgini as, and the Juniata will re­ ceive the prisoners at Santiago de Cuba. The preparations fo...

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. — 18 December 1873

THE dant TR A NSCRIPT A. A. HARWOGD.iidhor aad Prosrietor -AUSTIN. MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING. DEC. 18, 1873. Railroads. & Uss ever been tho disposition of tKe general Government to aid in the construotion uf all tho principal line* of rnilwaj. neuded by youog State, and lands have been bestowed freely upon corporations for Government land within Us boundaries, for the purpose of making loeal im­ provements and the other, that two lines art as neeessarjr as ene, not only for MMaiodation, bat to regulate the prioe if carrying* by a healthy competition. Applying those theories to Minnesota, the United tttatea early eat apart a large chare of lands in aid of railroad construction. Whatever the theories may have been, their application has never led to satisfactory results. One difieully is attributable to tho tact that the donation has been made by Congress, while the terms for its appli­ cation are prescribed by the State Legis­ lature. This plan has afforded abun­ opportunity for 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. — 18 December 1873

BVIIHII CARD*.] N. WHEAT, M. D., Heaespathie Physieiaa and Surgeon, OlN ia Residence, Corner of St. Paul and MM Streets, asjrl A—Mb, P. THORNHILL, M. P., Physician and Surgeon, Oflc, Seath *M« of PaWe Square, ATTBTIK. 4»L M1NN18QTA. KR. W. L. HOLL18TER, D1 .Corner of Main sad Wlaena*8treets, Austin* Minnesota. M* C««M JG A. BARNE8, M. D.T physician, A Surgeon, COUNTY PH 181(31 AN, PEN8ION SURGEON, DR. AND CORONER. Reaidenoe Millst! J. P. 8QUIRE8, late of Bine liitk City, respeotlklly iafsrms the public that hi ku pmnotl LOCATED IN AUSTIN. Cfiee Selae* A Morgan's store. 4MM, first doer USS B. DAVIS, General Agent Home Life Ins.Co, for Seattan Miaaeaeta aad Northern Iowa. Ofiao, lat Dear laeth sf Osartlsaae. n»Tj__AMtin. Minnesota. ^JJSTIN MILL8, The only Flouring Mill in Austin. M7I BNQLB a co. T^BTSMITH, Dealer la AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Farm Machinery and Frotimee, Anthracite AND Bituminous Orders Solicited and Promptly filled. Proprietor Pioneer Coal Yard* 44* AUSTIN. MINNESOTA. J...

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. — 18 December 1873

The Ckillengf. bt a. w. ummuv. There is a greater army, That besets us round with strife, A starring, numberless armr, At all the gates of life The poverty-stricken millions Who challenge our win* and bread. And impaach ua all as traitors. Both the living and the dead. And whenever I sit at the banqnet, Where the feast and aong are high, Amid the mirth and the music I can hear that fearful cry. And hollow and haggard faces Look into tho lighiol ball. And wasted hands are extended To eat -h the crumbs tlmt tall. Far within there is life an.I plenty, And odors fill the air But without there is cold and darkness, And hunger atul despair. And tliero iu tho camp of (amino. In wind, and cold, and rain, Christ, tlio great Lord of the army, Dies dead upon the plain. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Pnpatiag Wax. The wax left in the colander after the honey is strained should be thrown in­ to a pot of boiling water. The wax will nse to the surface, and must be skimmed off and packed in little molds sligh...

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. — 25 December 1873

-£i ii\: V. •f THE VXSGll)iU8«OAfiE Dettvajy oftbeJTassel and Prisoners Friend I j- Jlcetii'.jr of Sickles andl'astelar TilV «i^!aneDUS W,i?? in Brief Bt Th© Ciigpn Question A wiii-ATcu n«»ou on D« anjs tli,(t CaateUfr in ado an Hi gBWStjl 'oS^QcUcral Blcftfcsoa hat lav, —"'n^H^ ^'r^r llMrr' State, ami made r•ffl.«iil|p|in^nmrjtit uf° jliC surrender of (he Vilftia^^uyLd in) prisoners. llio good feeling was shown on both sides, and interview torimuattd with expressions gratitude that tlio negotiations had boon so hopk^veiA cfltmyuea bi Ulo reprtj^ititiTi of pfi Spain would not again bo threatened. 3 RE. OWEira, tho eomcdii 5OHH I.-. A SWCIAI. despatch from New York giro'" some interostiiisj facts and'fignrei concerning the condition of the workingmon of that city. Frm'IM'86' if "appears that although there are 10,000 unemployed artisans, the number is nqjniargeiy in excesaggf pmiourgprt ii$ the city government of Pittsburg. A DKet "S »f citiaens wa?1ierd o?f {Jatnrday nicfc't to take...

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. — 25 December 1873

4 4 THE NEWS.: THE VIRGDiXUS CASE Delivery of the Vessel and Prisoners Friendly Mret'.i: «f Sickle* and f'astelar TiiD Miscellaneous ELws in Brief DE!toS^B^ESt«5"» -SC«?- Thc Cuban Question. A in -iw ii' iron) Madrid, received at Wash ln$mber 10th, S!1S tll*t CaatflttV III.KII :«:i iVi^al^call on General SicMfa ou h.u d.iy, :u\'(iii|i \'hictl by the Secretary-oi, st in-, made lontiril auuouucemcut of the unrI'l'iitliT ot lli' rjtiiiittJ. AUil Mitbo surviv inij i'1'is i'lio Kr^tt^i cordiahty ami ,-mI reelum wassuown on both safes, anil fht* interview UnnuiiiKd with expressions "if that tlia negotiations htd be. so »»r?arrKf*«)«l,. and lito ropfiifioitiativc.s ihlt tlio lWeeluUtJft ti.il^Wii.uf™^ ft« flrlluiU.l ^laroa ftiid Spain would not n^ain be threatened. v7-t "HP JOHNK. Owes*, the comedian, is hing se­ riously lit at .^e-.v^rk, N. J. Uo ia enduring from tl»o effect's 61 a fall while playing Too- dIcs- CUAS.- hoot.ks, ocuvfetedof tlic mnrcler of Ettie ConkMns, in,JIav last, at Au...

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. — 25 December 1873

THE NEWS. THE VJSGHl'lDg CASE Delivery of the Vessel The A I 1 •.!•', !l .]• I SI II-.". 'Mill' and Prisoners Frim-li} .'ifi'tii::: «.s Sickles t.u4'asteb»r Tiie MiscdiancciiR N.w? in Brief 5E*o. Cuban Question. i, ironi Madrid, received at W.tsh I '. cnihtl J."t!i, lliat ('tutelar ni.iinl caU on Ueueral SioVIrs on :h-•"iii! imcd by tbe Secretary ot. mail, im-uinl uuuouuceiiietit of the ot lip \irgmiuoaud all tbosurviv­ ing ens :-ci «If £i-lntte»t cordiality ami ...I :.-.'l.nu wu-s sumwt on i(ii siiles, and llie invivii'u t. lineal, il »vitli ispivsrii.i-s 'or KVItH tlll'.t 111-.- iu- tiati.ms luul lK-i tt I'ii'd- out, and itt. *5^1 ttii iijf i«v- ivpruk»oiitativ "f IM^I iiiaMin- C:it elul.iwn- 1 ti siiwpr tf?UTe*r tht^l'n.u-.l stales ami t*l iiii would nut a^uiii lt- threatened. The Cast. JonNE. Owi-'Va, tli.1 ivinodiaii, i-i hing so liotisly ill at Ni'.Vjiili, N. J. Uo is aulturiug from tlio fleets ot a fall while phiyiug Tee lilt S. OUA*. EOOT.KS, convicted of tin- murder of Hiii...

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. — 25 December 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT a. A KAKWOOD. Sditw Mi FlssMstse. -Aurar. lmnsr.T- tHBRSBAT MORV1NO, DJtC. SS, UTS. A Work for Ike CraigtM Minnesota raises the beat wheat that produetd in America, and it atone produces that qailitj from rhe aid' dliu^H ofwhidh.ean be sueccssfUly nude that ckoit* brand of floar which rivals the beat productions from winter wheat. The kernel growa in other Statee, in different soils, is lfta iinty, and will not granulate perfectly, and hence ie not susceptible to the application of that peculiar disintegrating process employed in nuking flour from Mid­ dlings. Minnesota niaj therefore enjoy a monopoly of this particular process •f Manufacture, but in order to do cot the must stop exporting her wheat in the kernel. Not a single butM should be transported beyond the boundaries of the State. The whole ertfp should be manufactured at home. In no other way can w« ever ssaNse the full value of our own productions, of the inward of our industry. Ho aeoner does our wheat reac...

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. — 25 December 1873

BPtlVIM CABM.1I N. N. WHEAT, M. SSBMMBt hie Coram St. /W and MSB !!EL P. THORNHILL, M. P., Physician and Surgeon, oa**s**th na**rMitoNPM% AWSTIW. 41 MCTBBSOTA. R. W. L. HOLLISTER, Austin* If* Cain. Minnesota. A. BARNIS, M. D., Physician, a Surgeon, OOUNTT PHYSICIAN, PENSION SURGEON, AND CORONER. 1\R. J. p. SQUIRES, late of JSiae JJ Mk City, laapsstfuliy infovaw pabli* th*t k* k- pwsasnMy LOCATED IN AUSTIN itut, llA Nt «Mt *1 the kiM41ii fkiit k« mj b* foaad It attoad r*apt!ytoal) «*Us to th* tta* *f his pt**s •Mi UN H. WAGONER, M. D., Homoeopathic Phytlclanand Surgeon. 23tf SPRING VALLEY. MtNN. JJUS8 B. DAVIS, Qimnl Afont Home Uit lnt» Co, for S*ath*ra MiaaaeeUaad Northern Iw. OBse,lstDMrSs*thef Oaart ll.ly AuatiB. Ml JUSTIN MILLS, The only flouring Mill In •Qyi BBOU CO. B. SMITH, AOIXOUITUEAL IMPL1MEBTW. Farm Maehtnerjf a*d A«Ai», Asthndts sad Sfanterat (teal. Orders Solicited aad Promptly Slled. Proprietor Ptoneer Coil Yard. d4vl APST1N. MINNBSOTA. J. VANVALKENBURGH, Produce Deale...

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. — 25 December 1873

The Newsboy'* DeM. Vnly last year. at Christmas time. While pacing down a city street, I saw a tiny, ill-clad boy- One of the thousand* that we meet— As ragged as boy eonld be. With half a cap, with one good shoe Just patches to keep ont the wind,— I know the wind blew keenly too: A newafeey, with newsboy's tangs A square Scotch faee, and honest brow, And eyes that liked to stnile so well They had not yet forgotten how: A newsboy. Hawkins hie last sheets With load persistence. How and then Stopping to beat his stiffened bands And trudging bravely on (gain. Dodging about among thee row!/ Shotting hla" RMniK o'er and o'er Pausing by whiles to cheat the wind Within some alley, by same door. At last he stqpped—six papers left, Tacked hopelessly,beneath Ma am— To eye a fruiterer's outspread store Here prodoota from some oouatry farm. And there confections, all adorned With wreathed and clustered leave* and flowers While little founts, like frosted spires. Tossed -op and down their mimic ...

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. — 25 December 1873

The Newsboy's Debt. Only last yoar, at Christmas time, \V!iil! !i-iti£ down a city streot, I wiw a tiny, ill-ul.ul boy— Ono oft ho thou sin ula that wo moot An riiCKud as a loy could bo, W itb half a cap, with ono good shoo Ju»t paiche.x to keep out the wind, I know the wim! blow keenly too: A newaboy, wlf-b a npifflhny's lungs, A square Scotch face, and lionost brow, And eyes that likod to smile so well Tliry hud not yet forgotten how: A newsboy, hawking his last shoots '°ud persistence. Now and Ihoo Stopping to beat his stiffened hands. And tnidling bravoly on Again. •lodging about among the crowd,' Shouting his F«trasn o'er and o'er Pausing by whilos to cheat the wind W ithln some alley, by some door. At last ho stopped—six papers left. Tucked hopvlesaly beneath hi* aim To eye a fruiterer's outspread store: lioro products from some oountfy farm. And there confections, all adorned itb wreathed and clustered leaves and flower* Whilo little founts, like frosted spiros. Tossed up and...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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