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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 8 April 1875

THE TRANSCRIPT Tte Cnitr Has 10 Sticking Plasters. Eredallty Iz ofter mistaken for inno sense, but it iz oftcner the effekt of lazy ness or ignorAusc. He who allwuss 'takes the chances iz sure to be kauglit at last. I hav seen people so lazy that they would belcare ennything rather than en­ quire into it. It takes a pretty smart man to tell when he iz happy. To tell one lie and then stop iz az dif fikultaz to take one swallow and no more at the spring, when wc are tliir&ty. Tharc iz manny things that happen to us la this life for which time iz the only kure. The poor allwuss hear the truth no one takes the trubble to flatter them. More than one-half the sorrows in this world area profound sekret. If a man iz a going to git mad, I like to see himblazc like a kandell one of these sulky, smouldering, mad men iz wuss than a sulphur smudge. When fortune wants to let a fello being fall the hardest, she lifts him up the highest. When a man kant find ennything to do he haz lived long en...

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. — 15 April 1875

Half Osi: ii mi* J" '^"u '"yfeuvJi vJfr/'jU1''-1 V^V OS k. ~T THE TRAKSEBIPT OFFICIAL PAPS3 OP THS CITY. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 0 «b Eighth Column, one year Ose Quarter 0n -l it!1."•'11 li:j.' 51S.00 30.00 55.00 100.00 Cards of five linos or less, five dollars per ^Editorial notices intended as advertise­ ments, I wclvo coats per line. Marriage niiees, lilty cents. Special notices, six cent* per line. I.e^al notices at the rates prescribed by la*. Ai! transient advertisements to be paid for in advance. IS i'S ii E*» A 1S- DENTISTRY J, si ABE.».». S. J)(OfL\ Austin. Him -*»!». Work exebauged for wood or country pro vTnSO A. ELD Eli, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin. Mower County, Minnesota 1 A N A E N I I ealeria Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, Grain, Ac., Ac. Office South Side of P-iblie Square. Austin. Mi-*o. *12 jrVAN\^LKENJ{UUGl^ y. Produce Dealer, A us. hi. Mi ill M. liOWK. •REGISTER OFT»EEI»S, Mower Co Mmn. Will examine titles, pay taxes fornon- ri'si'teuts, .to. Au?tia, Mi...

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. — 15 April 1875

THE TRANSCRIPT Tin County te no Oicfel Paper. —AUSTIN. Minn.- FOLITIOI., The recent elections in New England demonstrate very dourly the fact thai there i» to be no third party. Polically, this country is divided between Republi­ canism and Democracy. The issues are extreme ami well defined No one the White Leaguers of loyalty to the again.:! attempted repudiation of a rev­ enue Ui.'ilVa-iainst five tr,.de of a sound paper eurr. ney r.gninit the hard money UoLMii "f Congressional right to control inters: lo transportation, agaiusl the as­ serted omnipotence of corporations of a system of water route? f.r c-..:r.nierce at the Nati-m'* r.punst th« j-.!iov that wn»Ul i-fh-'ute ihe work to th? inch vidual Stat-.j. to be ue cr omittotl as »-c thr.-ugh wloeh it was then carried, would have an:-w.ved ih 1 I \K- :. "Ig'i 'I- 10 •!. and t.» rec-'Aer from pnr^r and .•t/i.c^c-r ti.e .-In i-y il \i ft Tb-- part .^*n '. rTui i" ?be unwitting' .f..ih ib\-wn in his vb'knt pkiliipie. -be adjou mcii...

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. — 15 April 1875

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPEB 07 THE CITY. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNING APRIL 15.1875. Wheat 75 cents. New Goods at R. Dunkleinan's. Ortliograpliobia to-niorrcnv night at the Baptist Church. Have you seen tluw* at J. Schwan's? •rlove fitting boots E. It. Crane, Esq., lias bought Rev. II. I. Parker's late residence. Mayday come but once a year, ami wliy shouldn't we celebrate it by going to the J. S. Bishop of La Roy, came up last Tim: Jay to hear Professor Pepper, and favored us with a rail. The muu is half knee deep on Main Street between Bridge and Water Streets. Grade it up gciulnnni. John T. t'vui:v aud wife started yes­ Th(- 'vorh "n the Mil! dams in ciuity i:,. pr'\iiressinjf finely, and carritd to c.r.nph tion as rapidly Me. II Andku^io see. 1 If the Floral Room odiei-di .vii' t'urai.ih i:-i ing it to our n-a i'.: W. A. Hie :i till-! will Karm«-rs arc just bvirning to sow vu.-a*. Oniv ihe l-.i^he.-.! land is yet in j-r:i!!ible cr.iuii'ion. 1 \vi- e:cf ^ood weaMier from thi...

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. — 15 April 1875

l) MI i£ j. 4- THE TRANSCRIPT T&b Coaaty las no Official Pacer. Watching for ETaiSier. There's a littlo face at the window, And two dimpled hands on the pane Aad somebody's eyes nro fixed upon The gnio at the end of the latio. Th? bills have caught the shadow Which heralds the comiug night, And* the lane, with its llwwcring fringe grows Jiuj To the watcher's anxious sight. Where, half'-my down Like a glittering crown, A fire fly ban4 hare clustered Round an aster's leaf— A royiil chief— A driven hvrd are mustered. Away behind, With busy mind, But a step that is light and free, And a sun-burnt face On which the trace Cf a hard day's work you sea Cor.'.!*! iho farmer home from toil, 11 ii v-..r the cows before him And the child eyes strained at the window thcro, Were the first in thohsuso that saw hira. Ah! would, when the day is dono, And I leave my cares behind me, I could have such a pair of winsouic eyes. Searching the ni rbt to find me. WIT AXD IIL^aOK. The sun says, with a l...

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. — 22 April 1875

I THE TRANSCRIPT JJ.i E.° TBI otTimui w.m or cm. RATES OF ADVERTISING. On Eiairrs Column, one yur 0.1* Qt^RTU 0»cUALiP 0.1K JJ J. VANVALKENBURGH, $18.00 30.«0 55.00 100.00 tirh of five lines or less, Ave dollars per year. Editorial notices intended *8 advertise­ ments, twelve cents per line. Marriage notices, fifty eents. Special notices, six eents per line. Local notices at the rates proscribed by law. All traneient advertisements to be paid for la advance. BUSINESS CABAS. dentistry J. BIBB, B. D. S. Batford's Block, Austin, Minnesota. Work exchanged for wood or country pro­ duce. v7p»0 Jjl A. ELDER, CLERK I710 OF THE* DISTltlCl COURT. Austin. Mower Co%nty, Minnesota P, VAN VALKENBU RGH, 2j Ie*ler in Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, Grain, to., Ac, Offios South Produce Dealer, Aus/in, Minnesota. M. HOWK •REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. \Till examine titles, pay taxes for uon lesiaents, is. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1ST5. 4ltf EXTER IIOTKL. ®o»d accomodations for Man and B*ast. TE...

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. — 22 April 1875

*Sr**?nf^ sfs& THE TRANSCRIPT 'mmmmssB^^^^^ssss^smsB^^^^ Hi3 Coaaty lias no Official Paper. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor -AUSTIN, MINN- THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1875. -'.!• I—1.! POLITICAL. The people of Minnesota have had a political experience l»y which they ought profit. Wheu this state was in a terri­ torial condition the democracy controlled the administration. They exhausted the treasury went i'lto debt §200,000beyond the limit of their authority squandered the endowments of State Institutions "OUsd public buildings at unsuitable ]. tees, of poor material, and at an exces­ sive cost granted a monopoly of the car­ rying trade to the railroad companies, and created an oblig eion to pay §v.r»00,000, being the old railroad bonds, which are the curse of the Statu to-day, and an incu­ bus hangin? upon our necks never to be got rid of except by payment. Such was democratic statesmanship and democrat­ ic honesty. and such it is to-day. The re­ publicans took control o...

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. — 22 April 1875

THE TRANSCRIPT LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 22.1675 Attend the Writing School. MAY-DAY Festival at tho Baptist Church. See Mr. F.King's new advertisement in this paper. Jons WALSII has a very nicely painted sign. Billy Witharn did the artistic work. New Goods are arriving daily at all the stores, and the ladies are busy making se­ lections. Engle & Company, have cleared away the remains of their old dam, and will soon begin to put up the new one. W. H. ANDERSON has them! What? Why, Ma pie Sugar bricks, as pure as eyer came from asap spile. Cheap too, go and see. THE Floral Club meets next Tuesday even­ ing with Mrs. C. n. a general attendance. Davidson, who requests Mrs. Brownson and Mr. Anderson are each building a fine house on Water Street between the Davidson House and the River. CiEMMEit's old Drugstore is bsiagre moved from the comer of Main and Mill streets, to m»ke room for a nsw two sto ry brick block. On Tuesday we rode out south on the west side of the river...

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. — 22 April 1875

^WjtrtTtr1Si ^srv?r-"s^T_ fSIIS 91: msmwmm§ THE TRANSCRIPT ft} Coutr has Qfllcial Paptr. bo One •fFarMn Bnwnlow'ii Old Parson Brotvnlow relates a good fctory of an oltl Presbyterian bachelor preacher, known almost as a woman-ha­ ter, until he was nearly 50 years old, when lie married and settled somewhere among the mountains of North Carolina. The Parson says: "Our bachelor friend was preaching on the sinners excuses. *1 have bought apiece of land and wish to go and see it,' said one. 'Here is want of incli­ nation to attend divine things/ said the preacher. Another said, 'I have bought Ave yoke of oxen, and must needs go and prove them.' 'This seems a ease of neces­ sity.' A third said, 'I have married a wife and therefore I cannot como.' 'Here is a case of natural impossibility, from which we may infer/ continued our bachelor preacher, "that one woman will pull a man further from the Lord than ten steers.'" In an account of the last hours of Vas quez the San Francisco Chroniclc sa...

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. — 29 April 1875

,ft ADVERTISING. Oaa EIOBTB ColuinB, one year OM Qmith Oaa Uiiv •an $18.00 30.00 55.00 100.00 Cudi fire liaas or less, ive dollars pir y»r. „r Editorial notices intended advertise­ ments, twelve coats per line. Marriage notice*, fifty eents. Special notices, six cents per line. Legal notices at the rates presorted by All traneient advertisements to be paid for in advance. BUSINESS CARDS. I .. IH DENTISTRY J« BiJfl) Be Be 1» Bai/ord'a Block, Austin^ Minnesota. Work exchanged for wood or country pro daee. F. A. ELDER, v7b5° CL1RK OF THI MSTRIC1 COURT, Aastia, Mewer County, Minnesota E P, VAN VALKENBCRGH, a Dealer la Far* Maehinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, Grain, Ac., Ac. 0«ce Seath Side of Public Spare. Austin. Mite. .. »1* M. HOWK, W. 'REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Ce iaa. Will examiao titles, pay taxes for KITEK HOTEL. BOB* residents, Ac. Anstia, Mien., Feb. 1st, 1075. 44tf lied aeceaedatieas fer Maa and Beast. TEHMS REASONABLE T7m*5 D. O. PAGE, Pro. B. SLOCUM, Dealer in Grain and Lumber, at R...

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. — 29 April 1875

.'-.v THETRADSCRIPT A. JL HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor —AUSTIN. MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 2». 1175. POLITICAL. In the Presidential campaign of 1872 the active efforts of ex-ottice holders and of disappointed politicians occasioned the exodns of a large force from the Re­ publican ranks. Since the rebellion the democrats had been in a hopeless minori­ ty. So limited was their active member­ ship and so inefficient their organization that the country regarded the party as practically dead. In fact, on two or three occasions where a few of the fragments bad been collected—representing the ele­ ments of democracy, they found them­ selves unable to do more than announce their intention to present no candodates, and to make no campaign. They knew very well that there was a large number of republicans who were disaffected and that such only awaited an opportunity, to show themselves hostile to the principles and the nominees of the party. The dem­ ocrat* stepped into tlic backgrou...

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. — 29 April 1875

-a ir.w.*' •-.• ..••••• THE TKAWSCBlFT LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNINW, APltlL 29.1875 Whwt is worth 80 cents to-day. WORK is progressing on tho new jail. Go TO Solner A Uorgiti'i for carpets. HON.WM. MOWN,of Albert Lea was in the city yesterday. my- W. H. Wis publish the proceedings of the Agricul­ tural meeting held yesterday P. for a copy of which we extend thanks to Dr. E. C. Dorr, the Secretary. MESSRS. WARKER & CRANE NOTHING SURER.—What Thore is to hchl in this city, on tho li anil 16 of May next a Temperance Convention, for the t)istrie'c comprised of Fillmore, Free-, bern, Faribault, Stce'e nnd Mower Counties. Free entertoir.mcnt will be furnished to ail who may came. Mr. R. H. Mr Cf-Ei.i.AX, of Galena, the proprietor of 'lie bl.ick bearing liis name, built in this ciiy last fall, How TO Cowlei, Curtis 7"" ANDEUSON in front of his Store, lias built an awning Don't fail to attend tha Eateruinmsnt Jone's Hall te-morrow evening. are driving the work on their new dam. They e...

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. — 29 April 1875

Tfc Ctutj la QBcial Paw. DONT UAT1IHI PARI. Coat b*ji, I h»T« something tell joi, Cm* mr, I tnld wkiaper It low Tm in thinkiag of k»Tii| thikoaNUtd, lkn'l be In a hurry to go! The «ity kn many tttiMitoat, Bat think of tko vieoa aad If only yoall shovel It oat. ThO noreaatilo trade ia a hasard, Tho goods are firat high aad thoa low Batter stick to tho old farm a whilo longer. Don't he la a harry to go. The great, ha*/ West haa inducements Aad so haa tho haaioat mart, But woalth la aot made 1a a day boys, Doa't ho ia a harry to atart. Tho haakora aad broken aro wealthy, They tako ia their millioa or ao, Ah think ef tko fraad aad dwpti##, Doa't bo ia a harry to go. Tho farm ia tho aafeat aad auroat, Tho oreharda aro loaded to-day. You're free aa tho air of tho Better etay oa tho farm a whilo longer Though proita come ia rather alow, Boaeabor you've aothiag to riak boya, Doa't bo ia a harry to go. Tka Way te Gel Along. Twenty clerks in a store, twenty hands In .a printing office, twenty...

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 May 1875

Cards of five lines or less, five dollars per jtar. Editorial notices intended as advertise­ ments, twelve cents per line* JVfarriago notices, fifty cents. Special noticcs, six cents per line. Legal neticcs at the rates prescribed by All trancient advertisements to be paid for. in advnace. RUNIXEWS AKDS. DENTISTRY J. RARE, D.». S. Bo?fork's fifack, Austin, Minnesota, Work exchanged for wood or country pro­ duce. v7nS0^ A. ELDER, CLERIC OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin. Muwer County, Minnesota EGrata,4c.,VALKENBURGII, P,YAN dealer ia Farm Machinery, Salt, Ceal, Live, Ac. Office South Side of Publie Square. Austin. «12 HOWE. REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co ina. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, & o. Austin, Minn., Feb. lit, 1375. 41tf EXT Ell HOTEL. Good accomodations for Man and B*ast. TRUMS REASONABLE vTmS-b D. 0. PAGE, Pro. 1? SLOCUM, Dealer in Grain nn.l Lumber. at Rose Creek, Minn. New l.umbci Yard just opened. La in­ ker, Lath and Shingles, constantly Trv me. OBINS...

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 May 1875

... .ftp-v.v -I $ :i§ I I Js ll ji .'?»»••• .-« THE TRANSCRIPT flj Canity bas Official Pater. A. A. IIARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor -AUSTIN, INIM.- tBCRSDAY MOBNIKG, HAT 6. !»?». POLITICAL. It.is quitp clear to otw who notes cur rout cv'ents'with any cave, that all the dia nfleeted political clemeutsure combining. For what particular purpose may not be apparent to the merely casual observer, but any one at nil familiar with political necromancy, will not fail to rccognizc in it tat eifort—the effect cf which will be telf continuously and unceasingly until Ihc cloev of the next Presidential cam­ paign. Tue toue of the old-line demo, crats is very conciliatory. They are even more retiee lit than when they set the Lib­ eral Itepuhliciva Trap three years ago. It in not their purpose, as an organization, to lead in the work of developing strength for the opposition, ly keeping the old chauncla open. They rather prefer to ex cite to intense activity, such of the "liber­ al^ leaders as h...

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 May 1875

& it T\ THE TBAJfSCBlPT LOCALMATTERS. THURSDAY MOHNINli, MAY Wild Ducks still linger. Come to the Spell to-morrow night. Monthly Fair and Market next Tues­ day. A slight shower of rain this morning, with cold wind. The ilays are now more than fourteen hours in length. Pickerel and Bass do not as yet display much zeal to be caught. Grand Spelling Match at Jones' Hall Friday eve. Admission only a dime. That new coat of paint in the Post Of­ fice improves appearances wonderfully. We learn that Mr. F. King is preparing to put a fine new fenca about his home. Within a week, Winter has at timea been quite discourteous to gentle Spring. SUITS EF the best Cloth, made in the Latest Style*, kjr the moat accomplished workman at Brewster's. 4t2 The outside wood work of the Congre­ gational Church is to receive anew cov­ ering, of. paint. How nice the yards about the city are getting to look, after a thorough U3C of rake and spade. The Editor left us last Monday tend a meeting of the liegent...

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 May 1875

THE TRANSCRIPT Th3 Cooitj las bo Nhrrdi and Patches. The vices of some men are magnificcoit. —[Lamb. Vice—that digs her own voluptuous tomb!—[Byron. God hangs the greatest weiglit upon the smallest wires. We nre not to lead events but to follow them.—[Epictetus. He that will watch Providcnce sliall re»er want Providence to watch.— [Flavel. Crimes sometimes shock us to much vices utmost alweys too little.—[Hare. The genius, wit and spirit of a nation are discovered ly their proverbs.—[Ba­ con. Active nations are rarely melancholy. Activity and melancholy are incompati­ ble. It is the policy of sin, to hate those men we have abused.—[Sir W. Davenant. It is but one step from companionship to slnvery, when one associates with vice. —[Hosea Ballon. Deliberate with caution, but act with decision and yield with graciousoess, or oppose with firmness.—[Colton. The fire-fly only shines when on the wing so it is with the mind when once we rest we darken.—[Bailey. Toil, feel, think, hope. A man...

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 May 1875

RATES OFADViRTIS^NG. Ori Eights Column, one year. ORE QOARTBS Oku llur ©an J. r. EXTER HOTEL §ted M. $18.00 30.00 55,00 100.00 Cards of five lines or less, five dollars per year. •-, Kditorial notioet intended an adrertise acntc, (wolve cents per line. Marriage'notices, fifty cents. Speoiai notiecs, six cents per line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by All traneient advertisements to be paid for In advaucc. bunixk^ cards. DENTISTRY EABB. B. D. S. Basford's Block, Austin, Minnesota. Work exchanged for wood or country pro­ duce. A. ELDER, EQrain, accomodations for Man and Beast. TERMS REASONABLE d. o. WM. D. CRANDALL. LAK*YETUt FKESCH. RANDALL & FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Austin, Mi^n. OiKce in ISauk Block: aiijoiuing Tp *S8CRirT E B. v7n5() CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin. Mower County, Minnesota P, VAN YALKENBURGH, |ealer in Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal Lime, Ac., Ac. Ottce Soath Side of Fublio Squaro, Austin, Miwn. WM. HOWE. •REGISTER OFDEEUS, Mower Co inn. Will examine...

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 May 1875

.14' ui -~&5 THE BAJfSCRIPT Tki Cantr lario •. A. HA.RWOOD, Editor & Proprietor -Airam hiiw.- TBURSDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1875. Huy'ti la like Scene of another bloody revolution. The strife cotnmcnccd ut Port nu Priuce. Gen. Ryce of the Na­ tional forces wag dragged from church and shot, and a laitfe number of people killed inclutflfljS forty foreigners, build inga wefe flred and every specks of dis oriler prevailed. A state of feicge has been proclaimed. Murderer Hangrd. pLTisoirfw, Muss.. Mny 7.—Wra. K. Sturteviint, the triple murderer, was hanged this morning in the yard of the county j-iil. To tho last he maintained the stolidity vrhich characterized him throughout. The scaffold was discarded for a more modern instrument of death, the cross-beam and weighs. The sheriffs of the different counties of the state were present to witness tho working of the new •caffold. So Say We All ofli. Detroit Free Ptess. A man jyho yesterday dropped two cents worth of mail matter in the pos...

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 May 1875

THE TRANSCRIPT LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNINU, MAT IS. 1675. Geo Baird ia at home for a few d:yi, and will busy himself with his (imil his garden, and his friends. J. C. Easton, (he money king of Southern Minnesota, was in the city yesterday, attend­ ing to his real estate interests here. DOCTOR TIIOBKHILI. has put -in 500 acres of wheat and 120 acres of oats all of which is in good condition and doing well. •SITS of Jthe host Cloth, made in the Latest Styles, by the most accomplished workmen at Brewster's. 4*2 The Universalis! Sabbath give a Concert School will at their bath eveuing. tended to all. Church next Sab­ A cordial invitation is ex­ Engle & Co. have their new Dam nearly completed. It is a modle af strength and will not be likely to go out with the ice next Spring. Hon. L. Z. Rogers, of Waterrille, on his return from N. Y. City, spent an hour with us last Saturday, He is interested in the Minneapolis and St. Louis Kail road. Geo. E. W ilbour ifr Son have taken "Jra'a ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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