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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 December 1869

ilociri), \vmi:H W IA •jltt Th niter beauty. Tills longluK alter curia. This fliueiiiK nftir tushion AVhorcviT futlilou whirls. And all that sort of thing. May do for those who lilio it. For those devoid of tustc: For thoflo who barter iliiwouits off For diamonds made of paste, Aiul other blockheads. l)ut (o the wife who truly loves, Wlio is what the appears: Who sheila a sunshine "round the mail Who Kfccps uway her tears— And brings her inters home. I'd whisper softly in her ear, I'd grave it ou her heart, That well to luow to broil a steak Beats sentiment and art A sight. IllisccUaneoti** RACHEL'S AYAH. BY ATJGUSTA I.AHNED. Mr?. Pettigrew had come in ostensibly to barrow ftachael's largo drippling pan nnd she meant to inquire, before tlio cull was ovi'r, whether Buehel intended to use lier prcscTving-licttle ou the following week. 15ut tbcro WHS an admirable indi rroUiosB about the good womau's mode of proceeding so she settled down in a com l'orla'jio rocking-chair, which creaked...

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 December 1869

Spccial polices. COUGH! COUGH! COUGH! SHUN WORTHLESS NOSTRUMS. USE THAT WHICH IS OOOA TRY FIRST ALLEN'S Ll'NO LUNG BALSAM The Qii at Lung Kemedjr. UNO BALSAM cALLEIPR) -B-A Sold by all Druggist*. UNO BALSAM (ALLEN'S) li »the moat successful ror romedy for C'ouaumption. EVERYBODY SUFFKRINO from Pulmonary Complaints should uso AIXEN'S LIMA BAIMH. MTOTICK, ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM X.m euros when other romwwi fwl. SHOULD YOU BK J5 with BKTROUBLED ith T.nng diiHculty. AM.KN'8 I BALSAM (ALLKVS) .. lias given universal satisfaction. tJTSI1: Al.l.KN'S l.l!N(i BALSAM for *11 Pulmonary Affection*. mrrcVEB DESPAIR OF A CURE 1^1 Till you have triod AIXKK'R LUNO BAUUM. RF.AT SUCCESS HAS ATTENDED tho introduction of hwo ftOMM. BiCWAKti Allen's Lung Balsam is confident! recommended. Of CONSUMPTION 1 j- ARK you troubled-with ASTHMA ALLEN'S LUXQ BALSAM will relieve yon. W UNO BALSAM (ALLEN'S) fti contains no Opium in any of its forms. £iTOP THAT COUGHl »9 ALLEN'ALUNU BALSAM will do it ALLKN'S LUNG BALSAM...

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 December 1869

LOCAL NOTICES. Bftnks Close at 4 o'clock, P. X. On and after Monday, Dooember 2 7th Mr business hours will b« front 9 A. t» 4 P. M. Depositors and other* will plc*#t m«mbcr (he changes MotfEft Ctt»STlr»ANk, P*it% WtUiM A EASTOS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ttAkUil W. PAGK, Caihior. *7-4w STOCKHOLDERS NOTICE. The Annual meeting of the Stockholders of the First National Bank of Austin will be lield at their Bauking House on Tuesday, •Ian. llth, 1870, at tire o'clock, P. Austin. Minn., Dec1. 7th, 18G0. *•, at which time five directors will be chosen for tko ensuing year. HARLAN W. PAMR, Cashier. 13INDINO. HV arc prepared to receive orders fur binding, and invite all that have books, pamphlets, music, magazines, pa pers dr., which they desire rebound, to give us their orders. 11% can assure ithem that the work will be done tit first rfats style, at one of the very best Bin• drry Establishments in the West.— Jirina on the Work to the TRANSCRIPT OFFICE. wltfctfce Crowd. New Goods! New Goods! jus...

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 December 1869

MOWER CO. TRANSCRIPT, I'UUMSUETT KVliUV TIIURSOAV .0RN1S« BY Ueo. II. OtlM. TERMS—Oncfopy, ono jurr,$2.00 nix months, $1.00 thleo mouths ill vcuU—Atusayt in -Ai/rcmce. ItA re.S 01?AD VEltTISIXG («. 2 w. I •«. 2 m. 3 K. 6 iu. 1 y. Ono sq'r 0w I'.flO 50 2.00 2.50 4.00 0.0U Two Ufftll.25 JJ.00 3.50 4.50 6.00 10.00 Three 1.-50 2.00 4AJ0 5.00 6.00 8.110 l.'i.OO Four 2.r,(i 2..M) 3.S0 0.00 8.00 10.00 16.00 4 Column l.flO 6.00 1.0.00 12.00 Ifi.W W.00 A •!. .% *f) 10.00 I j.00 2».0i Ja.WMo.00 Ouc 6.U0 S.tiO 15.00 25.0035.00 45.00 80.00 —Butiupw cards per year Ouo Dollar per religious ami charitable notiecs inscrt ,1 frve tt |So notices Deaths and Marriages. Infill aJwrtisvuicnts Si'vcnty-fivo ccuts ),cr squ:uc for the first insertion, nn-.l Thirty '-oven anil ono half cents for each subsequent iiiii-rtiiii! puyalric before affidavit in given. —Transient advertiscments payable in ad .nee. Other advertisements according to contract. —Advertisements not marked, published till forbid and charge...

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 December 1869

3flcctcD Itlioccllnnt). hxay JbA'ria TO-NIGHT* The bcartli of home is beaming With rays ot rosy light Aii.l lovely ryes are gleaming. As falls the shades of night And while my step* arc leaving Tlie circle pure and bright, A tender voice, half grievluu. Hays, "Don't stay late toWgiit." Tho world in which thou movest Is busy, bravo, and wide Tho world or her thou lovest Is ou the Ingle aide. She waits for thy warm greeting Thy smile is her delight Her gentle voice entreating, Says, "Don't stay law to-night." 'Ill world is cold, lubuman, Will spurn thee in thy fail The love »t one pare woman Outlasts and shames them all. Thy children will cling around thee, Let fate be dark or bright At home no shaft will wound thee. Then, "Don't stay lafo to-night."* THE SEW OVERCOAT. It was Christmas day, but the festivities of that occasion scarcely existed for the Harford family. The motherhnd done her best to make it seem like Christmas but her drunken hnsbantl had jnst slammed the door behind hi...

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 December 1869

Srieclcft ?llir.cfllpiiti. IIOK'T Kl'.VV I.ATK 'rO-NlUUT, 1 Ur h. artli of home is beaming Willi r:iy» of rosy light An 1 luvrK j'os are gleaming, Axlallx tlir MIKIIIIH D( night Ami wliiln my etopH arc having 'Hio circlr pure ami bright, A ti lttler votee, luilf grievlm:, SUJH, "Don't stay lato tonight." i'lio world in which tliou uiovoat In Imsy. bravo, anil whin Tlio wurlil of IUT thou lovest In on tin* in^le Bide. s'.o vuit« for thy warm greeting Thy Hiuiic in bur delight UIT grntln void' vutri'iutug. .Says, Don't stay laio to-uight." '1 lir worhl is oolil, iuhiimuti. Will spurn tliei' In thy tail 'i'Ue love et' one imre woman UutluslH ami slianuH tluni all. Tliy eliililrrn will cling around thee, l.rtfntr dark or bright: At homo no eh nt will wouuil thee, Tlion, "Don't stay lato to-night." III i: M.W OVERCOAT. It was Christmas day, but the festivities ol that occasion scarcely existed for the Harford family. Tlio mother had dote Ik* l)i*st to ruako it seem like Christmas: but he...

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 December 1869

^PPcifll Notices. THE AMERICAN FAMILY KNITTING MACHINE, I* presented to ths public ths most fimple, Durable, Compact and Cheap Knitting Machine erer invented. FBIOE, ONLY $26. Thia Mschino will bo run oithor backward or forward with equal facility Makes the same Stitch as by Hand, But far superior in ovary respect WILL KXIT 2l,000 STITOIIES 1J( ONK MISIJTE, AND DO PERFKCT WORK, leaving every knot on the inside of tho work. It will knit ipairof atockinga (any aizo.i in less than half an hour. It will knit CIMII or Open, lMaln «r Rikled Watk. with any kind of coarse or line woolen yarn, or cotton, linen. It will knit stockings with double beet [lacing caps, onaforta, nubias, underslearea. ailk, or linen. __ and toe, drawers, hood A,aaoka, smoking caps. unai It will knit stockings loci us- nabi pursos, muffs, fringe, afghans. initteris, skating capa, lainp wicks. mats, cord, node? auirtH, shawls, lacksts, cradle blankets, laggins, sus penders, wrist* rs, tidies, tippets, tufted work, a...

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. — 30 December 1869

LOCAL NOTICES. Bfcnks Close at 4 o'clock P. M. On and nflor Monday, Doooubor 27tli, our business hours will bo from 0 A. M. to 4 P. M. Depositors w4 ether* will pldwi ro mombcr I be changc. MOWiill COtTjJtY BANK, SMITH, W'II.KINI A KASTOX. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 37-4w LLABLA.T NT4 MULTUM W. PAGE, Cashier. €KHOLDE118 NOTICK." The Annual meeting of the Stockholders of (ho First National Bank of Austin will be held at their Banking lloueo ou Tuesday, Jan. 11th, 1870, at twe o'clock, p. IN M-, Austin, Minn., l«o-. 7th, 1869. at whioh time five directors will bo chosen for the ensuing year. IIARI.AS W. PAOB, Cashier. BINDING. We are prepared to receive orders for binding, and invite all that have books, pamphlet*^ music, magazine^ pa pen Ac,, which they desire rebound, to give ut their orders. We van assure them that the work will be done first class style, at one of the vert/ best Bin dery Establishments in the 1'AKVO.—There is con­ tained in Dr. Morse's Pills the principle of health. We ...

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 June 1871

Poetry, russ iy THE CORNER. ALL day long in t!ic corncr eboatt* All tlav lonn iu he corner she knits But while hur dextroux needles play Her eyes, so liquid, and large, and gray. Mart me ami watch me around the bouse, f'i»r sl: Puss in the Corner," and I'm the uiouje. pue# hasn't cot any taloned claws. And white in milk ate her pretty paws And none of the feline cruelly lien l.wking within her deep yruy eye« Vi she hold* me anil keep* me ahnut the hnuso, "»r bhu'i I'uss '.lie Corner," and I'm tls»* moose. I have heard th it a very long tlraeapo, When the world *.va« and the world wa» sin w, A InMy iion in a net wan canght, Add thr Monarch of Bea?ts was like to rot, Tfll the woven threads of hi* pri«n-l",»«' Ware gnawed away by a llttlo mouao. The antlono tal. roverxed for mo. I'm a motive in a n.-t mi»1 r,,u tree .Koi crofKwiM- nron'id irv poor hcr-rt twine® *ThA net ,.f (••vi* fn 11 thousandlines •--~r-~ strrrn tt-.n.. ftririi" the knot with a thousand wiles, But I know the way to ...

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 June 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. -AUStlU, MINN.— TFintSD.SY MORXIXG, .TUNE I'D, 1671. 1 -I J.- _LL_"' ••L»»J 11 .J Political* It now Hfums clcar beyond a reasoii doubt that Gov. Austin will reecive almost the undivided support of the ropublicun party of the state, both at the nominating convention anil at the polls. During the last two weeks his pponenUi have lost courngc vapidly, uniuly JUJ we suspect from the fact that they tiud the sympathies of tho people 1 ir^ely with the mail who, as chief vxecutivc of tho state has not hesitated to protect their interests. It is amus ing to notice how rapidly the leading dividers" iall into liuo and concede th« field to Gov. Austin tho moment tkc '•cox pnpuli" roaches their ears. Ouly two or throe journals of any in ilueuce, now oppose him, while a half dozon other obscuro sheets" of no political standing or influence reflect, mid repeat the sentiments advanced by their superior*. Tho re-election of Lieut. Gov. Yale r.cema also to be generally conceded. He 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. — 29 June 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. LOCAL MATTERS AUSTIN, MINN, JUNE 29d, 1871, County Directory. Auditor John P. Williams, Austin Treasurer John S. Irgens, K.g. of DeedH Georee W. Robinson," Supt. of Schools John T. William*. L«roy. Judge of Probate,....Jesso Rose, Auttin. Court Commissioner, B. 0. Wheeler, Wlork Dist. Court John F. Arherton, Austin. Sheriff, Allan Mollisou, County Attorney....!,. 6urrrSoV :::r::.v:.:oeo^ w. ciouKh, County Commissioners- 1'irat District Wm. IT. Howe, Lansing Sad II. E. Tanner, Mower City. Srd C. J. Fetch, Hamilton. 4th J. MoKee, Le Roy. Mb Alanson Beaoh, Lyle. AlIMTIN POST OFFICE. AKRIVAL AMD BBPARTCM OF MAIL*. Closes. Arrirta. Bastern, (daily,) :..T2.-30p. m....?:00 Northern, (daily) 12:30 ...2:00 Southern, (daily) 12:30 ...2:00 Nevada, Friday, 3:00 ...2:00 Kate Creek, Saturday*, 12:30 ...2:00 No maila arrive or depart on Sunday. Oftee houra Iron 8 a. at. to 8 p. D. Money ordera iaaued and lettera registered during offlcehoura. A. E. MEI...

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 June 1871

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. How TO GET ALONG—Walk. CouoniNU IIoss" is tho Indian name for loci'motive. A noun? iu Detroit hns been taught to whistle Yankeo Doodle. THE Connecticut Legislature has a rule limiting prayers to forty iuiuutcs. A PHI OKN'T man foreseeth the evil anil liideth liinibult'. Insure in the Mutual Lii'e, of Chicago. TUB reason we dontliear of girls giving tho mitton now a days-tuey don't learu to knit. iNPiruK your Life in the Washington In surance Company, of New York, to the amount of the mortgage on your house. AN attorney observed to a brother in court that he thought whiskers very un professional. You are right," replied his friend a lawyer cannot be too bare faced." ONK of the handsomest cottages iu New port is built upon a rock, and has an iron band which goes entirely across the roof of the house and fastens it down securely. A I'KOVIDKNCK merchant saves his um brellas by cutting a small piece out of the handle, which he carries in his pocket book ready to prov...

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 July 1871

"Poetry. VTYEN, NOT mil ED. BV KTHKL I-YNN. We hired the roof above nnr heads. And Willis to iriril us round, Tl. L'.'irilcn walk, Ibo drooling vino, I'll r-iso rind ltli!nnin muir Bn oh, il':ir mrcak of sun-in sky Heiwee-ii tlie budding trees, Tiif liiooMll :!:t on the Uitlo |»rrli, Wlio eliiill wo pay for tliv.-r? Vl'i' have musician* too, a" dnv, Whn-e tldfr^ \vv tlirl tw! bile Ari riiIo iril!" oil liilo, \"d n,ih,.« flu W.n'« in ilio hush of evcrirrceu f.-ii-hfrd, iv and st.y, A Who pays the birds t'er \"i| iboso songsf Not!. Just when tho twilight tnrns to dusk, Ami reveries are swcot, A liipiiw voice, exceeding email, Sound?* by my idle feet. Ami bids me liston to Its tale Of home mid household tiro— Our cricket, that we did not brin?, The soug we did liot hire. The summer wind that lifts tho leaves ('hen whiiper- soft and low, Dnw rono.i and syringas bloom, How sweet aeiu-.iim blov. With im:ni'iric!« of rhllilhli hours In Liirdni |i illnv:-.n mvoot. Who -euiN 1 In" southwiml ...

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 July 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. —AUSTIN, MINN- THl'ItfIAY JiOKNINO, JULY 1^71 •S^"'!L"lll,l!.,"ll,l r^jrTT* Financial Recklessness It id infinitely «asiir to c:nfntft ?i«bt tlinn to fiiiy it. This truth none tho lesn iuipirtiint from bein v.!J, Franklin n.ndc eomo very sn-o disgraceful work which it. hns» lasses of our State are so badly iu- volved. First: They make large 1 xpenditures every year for machineiy tidjtoole which they might, by the \«rcise of prudence and economy got long without. Yvhcn some itenerant 'lesman comes along the question with t'ie farmer is not, "Do I really need »his article and can I tot get along Without it?" but., "would it not be -ry pleasant to have it" Second. They do not tako proper v« to preserve what they have. Ma­ chines oosting from twenty to five 1 iindred dollars are permitted to re train exposed to the weather until unfit for use. Thus thousands upon thousands of dollars are squandered in *rery county each year. Third Not •e in ten of the farmers who purchas...

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 July 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. OFFICIAL TAPER OF THE COUNTY". LOCAL MATTERS- AUSTIN, MINN", JUNE 29(1, 1871, County Directory. Auditor, John P. William?, Austin Treasurer, John S. I gens, tteg. of Deeds, Georee W. Robinson," Supt. of Sehools, John T. Williams, Leroy. Judge of Probate,....Jesse Rose, Austin. Court Commissioner, E. O. Wheeler, Clerk Diit. Court,....John F. Atherton, Austin. Sheriff, Allan Mollison, County Attorney,...L. llourgard, Coronor, R. A. Karnes. Surveyor George W. Clougb, County Commissioners- First District, Win. II. Howe, Lansing* 2nd If. B. Tanner, Mower City. 3rd C. J. Felch, Hamilton. 4TH J. MCKBC, LO Roy. Atk Alanson Beach, Lyle. AVMT1N POST OFFICE. ABRIVAL AND DEPARTURE or MAII.S. Closes. Arrives. Eastern, (daily,) :..I2.-30p. m....2:00 Northern, (daily) 12:30 —2:00 Routhern, (daily) 12:30 Nevada, Friday, 3:00 ...2:00 Kose Creek, Saturdays, 12:30 ...2:00 No mails arrive or depart on Sunday. Offico hours from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Money orders issued and letter* registere...

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 July 1871

Filled t" a Hail". POMK time Iwi/ig in com puny with a MI«' U1 '.I man, WHUM I will call .Mr. li—, wti icll into conve.'Miliou ou the IIN«J oi" th«i ', i'l tut- ill ilUlfCriUCllt Ot wllicll li it. Now," saiil he, "1 v,ill till v'ii i'.V wlwt luippciif.l to my H' !t'--o i: iiieh, I tliink, well ilia traits tii iiiiporiniiv'C NF I!I'H INSTRUMENT to KO ciri), Munich 1 a put in a vi ry unpleiu iti pn.iiti.in uwui:,' to my actpi.liut.mce vitli it. I ii-ivt', MS you know, given a good il.\1 of Htt.M.ti.n to eom[)MiMiivi ji:' iti:ny, es pcci.tUy to ttie suiu turc i' the litir, u~s it MM uiuK-r tli- mi«:r.»*o|as. To (ho mi fisc-^t.'il ryr, in.!. II liiir rt|'|' ii'd v. iy liuicli uiilu', rxivpt is it is long or bliort, ih.i i' I tir, MI.light cr curly, conr.so or fine ill. the mici'o.M'opu, however, the •.•use is v."y ilillVrent the white niau'.s is rnim the nc^r. i'h ov.'il, the motisi'a uppti r. mly jointul, the i) it's jigg.-d, and so on. Iiulc. ii every iminitil luis lmir of a pceu ii i...

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 July 1871

Poetry. LTTTLX BY LITTLE. WHRN tho now years como ami tho olil years F»O, How, little ly lill!'1, al! I)iin_'n yroivI All thln^H -row 11 I'd nil itri uy l.lnle 1) lllllu 'way. l.iltle liv lil'if, on I• Ii 1 plain, K'liuii til'! Jiarvoi*!^ ot itolilen Traill, W.ivin-' ami i!aslniv in Ihouiiu, When ilu summer al lai-l In dune. Lull" I'Y LLNL" tlioy tipcn HO, Af Hi" now jenr* 01110 ami tho oM years Low o,, iho L-rouinl an acorn lioe, '"'.ile ly littlo It mount* to fi» Sliailow ami "heller fi Homo (or a liiituircl ft": l.iitlo ly 1 it if I ho L'rollil stons mnli-riii lu tiIh, tri-w, Mi' ucw ly ami free, r,"world I.oil'!, lollL' HL'O. Siowlv lllMl t'ltlOKOl I.itrlf of i"" IcrtlicHoii jiro Imilitod while so •j'tjr mov year* como and tin old years £o. I.ittlo hv little all ttifki* are (lone So arc I lie rrowiie of the faithful won, So la Ik-avwn In our tiesirt» begun. With work anil with weeping, with lati^Htur ami play, Litllo by IIItie, the longest day AIHI the WHi,'out life are pup*in£ ...

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 July 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. •-AUSTIN, MINN.— VIIl"KSI»AY MORNING, .ll'l.Y 1:!, 1^71. Bepnblican Stato Convention, Tbti Twelfth Annual llcpu'ilican St iff Cou ventiou will bo held ut St. 1'nul. on WVilnestlay tho 20111 day ol'Seplt iiibtT, A. V„ 1*71, at 12 M., fur t'i«- j• lii'(• ut' ii•• 111 11 titiii• candidate* t\» 1 tli-1 l\'!l.vviujj Stilt.' otfi.-or.i to be tilled at tb« in vt ^i iii'ial oli-oiion. \iz s1'Vltt,MF1'(11'VTl' above0 Jl rfi KS 01 Tl,l Xbo apiortiutwi-ut «r IWogatos, Which ha- Ono delegate fur raoli -oO votoK or mnjer 'ruction thereof nuil IIIMJ 0110 for ouch county at largo. Anoka, Grant 1 Nwki'r, 1 11• 11 •'fpiii ...1". Ilea ton, 1 tloutou Blue Earth,,...r. Isuuti llrown, 3 1 auk."on 1' Hi# Stone I. Kanabec 1 Carlton, 1' Kamliyohl... 4 Carver, Lake 1 Sibley... ''ass 2 Le Sueur 1 Stearns... slie!'11'1'iVu"'i' ilK' of State, Treasurer, Attorney Gcueral, and two Associate Justices of the Su­ preme Court. A Judge of tho District Court of this Judicial District, is also to be nom...

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 July 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. OFFICIAL FAPIK OF THE COUNTY. LOC.iL.MATTERS AUSTIX, MINX, ,1 t'l.Y 1.:. 1871 County Directory. Auditor '"I"' V- of Williams, Austin Treasurer John lrgens, lle£. ul 1 tieorire W. llobinson. S'IIOOIh lohn T. juilj?'1 1,1 Williams, Leroy. ffl'iito Jesse Unse, Austin. Court Commissioner, 10. 0. Wheeler, Clerk Dist. Court, Jolin V. Atherton, Austin. Sheriff, Allan Moilison, County Attorney,...L. Honrganl. Coroner, n. A. Dames. Hurvcvor George W. dough, County Commissioners- First District Win. If. llowe, Lnnsi'njj 'jn,| II. K. Tanner. Mower City. :irtl C. .1. Fetch, Hamilton. 4th J- MeKee, Lo Hoy. 5th Alanson lleach, Lyle. AUSTIN POST OFFICE. AllIlftAI. ANl DBI'ABTUBE OP MAII.8. F. A. DAY, Closes. Arrives. Xi ranil .i11 ve or .le|art on Siuulay. Office hour* from S a. in. to S p.m. Mouey orders issued nml letter! registered during office hour*. A. E. MEIGS, P. M. Assistant. 9111 A SI. Panl It. Time Tabic. IOWA AND MINNESOTA DIVISION'. Took effect May 21st, 1S71, at 1 o'c...

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 July 1871

STKAWUGKKV IIUK.NDS. "I'm sitrt if I livnl in tho country and hail plenty of Htm wherries and roses, I should uot he so stingy with th. m," said plump, irood uatnrcd, thoiiplilli'ss Mrs. Mantou to A morning cuIUt, who had been ciiicii.tiuiiig hor with an aciouul ol'the ////('.v,* and in ho.i/ntiili/y," as slio levnied it, of a ttutiu.il ftiond, who had rc niovi'd to a suuvll suburban homo in their vicinity. "No, I'm certain you wouldn't even country lite could not make you parsimo nious," replied the visitor. It does seem, though, as if farmers were the mo^t penurious people iu the world all they have to do is to plant and reap, and make us city people pay th.m their prices for it. "I've always thought. I should enjoy country life," replied the hostess, "we're all so fond of mill and creaiu, and fresh butter, and buttermilk, and berries and then vegetables taste so much better when gathered fresh for the table, than when they have been exposed for days in the sunny windows of huckst...

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