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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 13 May 1875

:?&• ncCouJi.tenOIdal Pater. MY OLD COAT. from"! I Lm— mmd Diam—dt." Old threeerfonr W#'T»been IM»M jolly comrades, but now We put, old companion, forever To fat* ui tht fashion I b»f, You'd l«ok irdl wwgk il a dinner, I'd wear yon with pride at a ball, Bat I'm dressed, to-nightfor a weddiug, Jly own, asl you'd net do at all. Toi'n to* many win* stain* about You're leeited too muoh with eigars When the ges-Iight shines Cull oa your eellar It glitter* with myriad star* That weuldft't look well at my weddiag They' teem inappropriate there Hell dosea't u*e dtoac nd powder, She tells me it ruins her hair. r. You've been out on Coasen's piana Too late, when the evenings were damp When the moonbeams wereailrering Cro'nest And the lights were all out in the eamp. You've rested on highly-oiled stairways Too often, when sweet eyea were bright, And somebody's ball dress—not Nellie's— flowed 'roaad in rivers of whit*. There's a reprobate looseness about you— Should I wear you to-night, bel...

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 May 1875

RATES OF ADVERTISINQ. 05* EiOBTH Column, one,year OmrQiuitnB 0C IIALV O'K 3. 1J. SLOCUM, M. J. TYLER, ])Ri .« $.1M« S $ 30.00 -ft -55.00 Cards of fire lines or less, five dollars per year. Editorial nottcesinteo4ed as advertise­ ment*, twelve cents per line.. Marriii^a notices, fifty cents. Special notices, six ccnts per line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by 1 AW All trancient advertisements to bo paid for in advance. sbbbh ni'Kl^eKS CARDS. RABE, D.D.S. Basffrd's Block, Austin, Minnesota. Work exchanged for wood or country pro dace. v~n59 A. ELDER, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Aastin, Mower County, Minnesota T7\ P, VAN VALKENBURGII, X/J, ealer ia Farm Machinery, Salt. Coal, Lime, Grain, Ac.,. *e. Office South Side of Publi« Square, Austin, n12 "ITT M. HOWE. \V •REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co an. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, &e- Austin, Minn., Fclf. t?t,18?f. kEXTEll HOTEL Dealer in Grain and T.umher, at Rose Creek. Hinii. ew l.utnbct Ynrd just opened....

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 May 1875

THE TRANSCRIPT Tbs Conatr has ao Official Palter. A.. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor -AUSTIN. MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 20, 1875. _J HIE GOVERNORSHIP. It is evident that the "independent" and the democratic, newspapers of the State have resorted to a little strategy by which they hope to gain something .in the next political campaign. The long prevalent custom of "blowing one's own horn" is becoming odious. Tiie people arc tired of it, and the fact is painfully evident to the entire democratic membership. They are now seeking to popularize the idea that a Gubernatorial candidate must be brought out by the united acclaim of the people, and to intensify the idea they would make it appear that their choice is unwilling to accept the candidacy, more than this, that he considers himself a vic­ tim of the public interests, and if compell­ ed to accept—a sacrifice upon the altar of political necessity. It is for this purpose and in this light that tliey present 3Ir. Louis E. Fisher...

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 May 1875

W I THE TRANSCRIPT LOCAL MATTERS. THUB8DAY MO&MIKU, MAT SO. New AD'S—Mortgage Sale, Probate, McCormick'a Harvester, E. A. Snow's Farm for Sale, Dr. C. B. Staples, Dentist, Dr. C. A. Miner, notice. A. J. Felch, Esq., of Racine, favored as with a call yesterday. Sabbath School concert at the Baptist Church next Sunday evening. The County Commissioners will the Auditor's office in this city on Keaday ef June next. meet at the third J. M. Clark and Win. Foster, of Lyle, dropped in upon us yesterday afternoon. Callers are always welcome. MR. B. F. MORGAN has- built a very neat and commodious barn on his place in the south part of the City. Right Rev. H. B. Whipple, Bishop of Minnesota, held service at the Episcopal church in this city last Monday evening. The Sieux Indian Chiefs, whom ire men­ tioned lut week made a call npta their Great Father, the President, yesterday, and a conn eil will be held early next week. V. HR.-R. DCKKLIMAK, although., yet on crutClifeS' is alble to attend...

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. — 20 May 1875

aw*** '&GSSf9$* »&«& &NSrf2 j^»reih»$££ ^SWifS THE TRANSCRIPT afiifrjrj.... :, _..:--'.L-...:l...„..— 1 Tie Canity lias is Official Paper. ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO. Cmetadlng Scntoneei of G«o. Wm. C*r» ttoa' Oration at Concord, April 19. "Remember, fellow citizens, that the impulse of republican government, given hundred years ago at the Old North Bridge, has shaken every goverment in the world, but lias been itself wholly un­ shaken by them. It has made monarchy impossible in France. It has lieed the Russian serfs. It has united Germany against ccclsiastical despotism. It has emancipated Italy, and discrowned the pope as king. In England, repealing the disabilities of Catholic and Hebrew, it forcasts the separation of church and state, and step by step transforms mon­ archy into another form of Republic, •nd here at home, how glorions its story. In a tremendous war between men of the same blood—men who rccognizo and re­ spect each other's valor—wc have proved what was ...

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. — 27 May 1875

Z^tJL -V "$ v„ UAll Office in E. W A. ^Tt(i *«*-,, TV i^n*, X^.* ,"$ .*rV' *"••.« .• THE TRANSCRIPT RATES OF ADVERTISING. Oxi EIGHTH Column, one year $18.00 0*K QOABTBB ". 30.00 0K HALF 55.00 O,,,. 100.00 Cards of five lines or less, five dollars per year. Editorial notices intended as advertise­ ments. twelve cents per Hue. "Martfiigo notices, fifty cents. Special notices, six cents per line. Legal notices at the rates presonbed by iranciont advertisements to be paid for in advance. RITNINKKA f'AUIMI. O.B. STAPLES, DENTIST. R'cbards' Block, over tbe store for­ merly occupied by Austin A S*mout. 7tt DENTISTRY J. RABE,».». if. Bnsforrf't Block. Austin, Minnesota. E for wood or Work exchanged duee. A. ELDEtt, M. HOWK. 'REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co nn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, ic. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, IsTf. EXT Eli HOTEL. D' ]i. SLOCUM, Dealer in Grain"and Lumber, at Pose Crock, Mian. New ljiiiubci Yard just opened. Lum­ ber, Lath and Shingles, constantly o...

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. — 27 May 1875

*3* THE TRANSCRIPT •HBgWSHS——^ggggSBBF"T*,^5 Iii3 Conaty Ms Official Paper. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor —AUSTIN. MINN- THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1875. POLITICAL.. Many of our exchanges arc engaged in the work of political Slate making—a most laudable and nccesaary employment. The people need and desire information concerning the men who are seeking pub­ lic favor, and those who are being urged for positions, by the lenders of the differ cnt political parties, and the press of the country is the only reliable means through which such information may be sought hcncc wt- are glad to see that they are alive to the demands of the age in this respect. In accordance with a precedent of its own making, the republican party should re-nominate C. K. Davis for gov­ ernor, if he desires- that distinction. He has discharged the duties of the Executive Office with marked ability, and with a singular independence of factions. He has not always met the public expecta­ tion, nor has he be...

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. — 27 May 1875

,\ THE TRANSCRIPT LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNINO, MAT 20. 1875 floe shower this P. M. Go to Brewstera' for tho Nobbiest Scarfts & Shirt* in town. 8t^ RET. 8. TVAKEFIKLD returned last week from a visit to Vermont. Go to Brewsters' for the most styliih and tbe largest variety of Shirts in town. 8tf. Mr. F. L. Buak and wife spent several days last week visiting friends at Albert Lea. The County Treasurer is kept busy from "early morn till dewy ere." receiving taxes. General Porter completed his tnosc extraor­ dinary argument in the Tilton-Beecbar case yesterday. Other counsel will follow imme­ diately. The great Livingstone Books have ar­ rived antl are now for sule at Baird's Book Store. The Sociable of the Congregational Church will be held with Mrs. P. King, on Friday, (to-morrow) evening. A general invitation is extended. Agents wanted to canva«s for Living stone's new book. Go to Baird's and see the Book for-yourself. •£/.'. MR. EUNST IBEKSOX, of Racine Town­ ship, lost his s...

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. — 27 May 1875

"I :1 1 J. $T-V !$«£• is 'fit**!-' Tlililliillnpf PRODIGAL LIPS. BY BiTARD TAYLOU. The fisherman wadesin tbtnrgtj The sailor tail* over the" nii, The loldiar steps brsv«lf to battle, The woodman lays axe to the treea. They are each of the breed of heroes. The manhood attempted in strife Strong handa that go lightly to labor,' True hearts that take comfort in life. In each is the seed to replenish The world with the vigor it needs— The centre of honest affections, The impulse of generous deeds. But the shark drinks the blood of the fishes The sailor is dropped in the sea. The soldier lays cold bj his cannon, The woodman is crashed by the tree. Each prodigal life that is wasted In many achievements unseen, But lengthens the days or the coward, And strengthens the crafty add mean. The blood of the noble is lavished That the selfish a profit may find God sees the lives that are iquadtnii And we to his wisdom are blind. Strawberries in Beds or Hills. A correspondent writing the Fruit Re­...

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. — 3 June 1875

if Card»viflff)|tH arjess, fire dollars per jcar. ,'.v '-a/ v-. Intended as adrertise mcn tymetfoMohts pier line. Special notices, six cents per ^**e. Legal notices at the l*tee preioribod by law. $ All t^ancient advertisements to be paid for in advisee. 1IUSIXBSS CMIBS. C.B. STAPLES, DENTIST. Officc in R'ch&rds' Block, over the stare mcrly occupied by Austin A Sraout. EXTER 110TKL YLKll~ J. vrn for itf DENTISTRY J. BABE,».». S. Harford's Block, Austin, Minnesota. Work exchanged for wood or country pro­ duce. v7n50 JP A. ELDER, CLERK OF TUB DISTRICT COURT. Austin. Mower County,Minnesota P, VAN VALKENBURGH, 1 oalcr in Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, Grain, Ac., Ac, Office South Side of Public Square, Austin, Mi«*n. ml2 E. W.M. HOWE, •REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co nn. W ill examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, Ac. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 187$. 4-ltf J) Good accomodations for Man and Beast. S E S O N A E v7m25 D. 0. PAGE, Pro. SLOCU.M, M.11 Dealer in Grain and Lumber, at ...

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. — 3 June 1875

i- 1 Tie A.. A. HAttWOOD, Editor & Proprietor —AUSTIN. MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE S. 1875. Since Secretary Brislow's raid on the whisky ring he-is alluded to as the Great American Seizer. This will relieve Grant of The Herald's attacks of "Coesar ism. Sauk Centre Herald: The body of Jo­ seph Beach, who was drowned in the lake three weeks ago, was found by Rob­ ert Wright on Wednesday, neAr the north short where it had been driven by the wind. When found the body was standing erect with the head near the surface of the water. John Quackenbush and llenry Dodge, from Greenwood Prairie, in this county, who have been on trial at Faribault, were found guilty, this week, of horse stealing, but have not yet been sentenced. We understand that hopes, are entertained of securing a new trial, and an acquital of Dodge, but Quackenbush is pretty cer tain to go to the Penitentiary.—Rochester Post. Mrs. Charles Durand, of this city, met with a serious accident on Friday evening of last week....

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. — 3 June 1875

LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNIWU. 1876. Monthly fair nut Ge te Bmitin' Ihr tkir K*bb!«t 8earfta 1 SkirWtetMn.. 8tt M. C. POTTBR, oiT Lyl«, dropped In on Tuesday to inquire about .{be Monthly Fair, and other things. MB. R. DNIKUCXANK is completing his house, which it to be one of the finest if not THB finest in the city 0* to Brewstera' for the most atylith and the largest variety #f Shirt* la town. 8tf. J. 8. BISHOP, of Le Roy, called at our office on Monday. He is looking over the city of St. Paul this week. J. P. WILLIAMS, Esq., late County Aud­ itor, was in the city yesterday. He re­ ports crops in Pleasant Valley as promis­ ing very favorably. Bnhntor kwpi everything In Famishing Qtiia aad Fancy Suitings. 8tf. The work of fencing the Fair Grounds is in progress, and will be completed In a few days. The fcnce is to be eight teet high,, and an tight that the eye of faitli caat see through. Through the courtesy of O. E. Britt, Esq., O^jtral Freight Agent of the Mil wauke#« St. Pau] ...

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. — 3 June 1875

rf r« yji & *. .' ^, ,, 0* V-anv Af' j*hfc P&rade ia without parallel., Forest" in full view, w' -Jfc-V- ir'-iv&Zz** v- .. i-' Beeeher, Vrs. Beeeher, Tilton, lbs. Tilton, Charlie Boss, the Stolen Child, and others, ,£, ^C-4' *4. v/3*'* f/«. ^-A.-.-*iv\« ZOOLOGICAL mm itimiy Embracing Life Size Statues of 7* ^/vu«V| A"0 vww«..vwj v»v^ v»vt •'V,M 1 &tff Its Circus has 100 Employees Champions of Every TWO EXHIBITIONS DAILY, «t 1:00 and 7:00 o'clock p. m. No Change. '.if si. Great New York and New Orleans the only ones alive outside of the Pacific Ocean, exhibited in Jfammoth forty-barrel tanks of Sea Water. Tin $7,000 Mechanical Wonder! The only Steam Man, actually Walks and Runs Alone! The Greatest Invention of Modern Times! wmm Children under ten, Twenty-flve cents All Children under eight, Free, when accompanied by two adults. This privilege is not extended to more than two in one family. xvtp'ru x?V, 2«M 'O ~~1' 7 ill O DUREti'J OF/LLUSTRATIQN,BUFF4J.?J** Mil Land, ...

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. — 10 June 1875

:li a I 1 In •a ie Tivw RATES OF ADVERTISING. ONB BISHTH Column* one year OHEQU&RI 0R HALF OMB A. ELDER, Physician & J. N W $18.00 30.00 55.00 Cards of five tines or less, five dollars per year. Editorial noticed intended as advertise­ ments. twelve cents tier Hue. Marriago notices, fifty cents.' Special notices, six eents per line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by AH traneient advertisements to be paid for in advance. RITSIXflSSi CMUttW. c. B. STAPLES, DENTIST. Office in H'-chards' Block, over the store meriy occupied by Austin A Sinout. VAN VALK EN BURGH, eater in Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, Grain, Ac., Ac. Office South Side of P.iblie Square. A ustin, li"»n. residents, Ac. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 187f. 4ttf KXTEU HOTEL. tln&il accomodations for Man and Beast. TKHMS HEASONAB E v7in25 D. O. PAftE, Pro. M. SLOCUM","" Dealer in Grain and Lumber, at Rose Creek, Mian. New Lumbei Yard just opened. Lum­ ber, Lath and Shingles, constantly on Try me. OblNSON HOUS...

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. — 10 June 1875

.v.. a.. fke Transcript. •. A. IIARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor —AUSTIN, MM.- THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 10. 1S75. POLITICAL. We regret that many of those who lead 1n political matters seem inclined to create friction between the diflcrent elements of the party. It is true that the Ramsey and the Davis Republicans were disappointed at the result of the senatorial contest, last winter, but they were not dissatisfied. The interest of republicans was conserved by the election of Judge McMillan, and that was satisfactory to the party. The issue between the two principal candi­ dates was purely personal, and of no eon sequence to the public, unless carried to onch an extreme as to disrupt the organi zation and give victory to the opposition. Happily that calamity was averted. It seems now to be the plain duty of even republican to act with special reference to present contingencies—suffering noth­ ing in the nature of vindictivcness or un­ kind feeling to have any influence in the formation...

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. — 10 June 1875

11 a 1 1 lit a It 10 ib '0 ri 1] -l iliSlif m&sMsm n» .fiawMftjifc:, LOCAL MATTER^ THURSDAY M0RNIN(i, JUNE II. 1875. SHALL WE CELEBRATE? The citizens of Austin and vicinity are requested to meet at the Court House ou Saturday evening next at 8 o'clock, to de­ termine whether, and in what manner we will celebrate the 4th of July. R. N. PADEN, President Board of Trade. C. L. CHASE, President Driving Park Association*' E. C. DORR,, President of the City Council. Go to BTewaters' for the Nobbiest Scarfs A Shirts in town. Stf. WM. M. EVAIITS has closed his argu­ ment in the Tilton-Beeclier case. Brewster keeps everything in Furnishing Goods and Fancy Suitings. 8tf. TUE County Commissioners will meet at the Court flouse on Monday, the 21st inst. Go to Brewsters' for the most stylish and the largest variety ef Shirts ii town. 8tf. REV. M. L. TIBBITTS lectured upon temperance at Brownsdale last Friday evening. THE Ladies Floral Club wili meet next week Tuesday, at 3 o'clock P. M., with ...

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. — 10 June 1875

gfflf5* 1 A, Vastly Superior in Point Dollars Represented S$rS3 TWO GRAND GALLERY OF WAX STITHY Embracing Life Size Statue® of Beecher, Mrs. Beecher, Tilton, Mrs. Tilton, Charlie the Stolen Child, and others, Monster jit 4 4* %&' -rli^3»5,4 Music Mafvel Of theAge,,^the Parisian SPSl I fc Its Circus has 100 Employees Champious of Every V» P1- r. IF I* "'A. „. ,*-?•-• :d9 Tk* Parade ift without a parallel. Headed by the Monster Music Car, drawn by fourteen Dromedaries, alter which twenty ladies and gentlemen on priceless steeds, clad as huntsmrn "ready for the chase, the epen lions Palace, the Monarchs of Forest" in full view, the,Red,Knight andGuardofJIonor in real armor, the Glass Denof the Monster Serpents and their capturer, a real African Snake Subduer, after which the forty Dens of Zoological Wonders the whole terminatpg 7 with the Children under ten, Twenty-fire cents All Children under eight, Free, when accompanied bj two adults. This privilege is not extended to more than...

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. — 17 June 1875

11 a •1 iii •a 1 !r )6 10 a: :e a iti li a" RATES OF ADVERTISING. On EIGHTH Column, one year, OSA QUARTER 0»E HALF On* Cards of five lines or less, five dollars per year. Editorial notices intended as advertise­ ments, twelve cents per line. Marriage notices, fifty cents. Special notices, six ccnts per line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by All transient advertisements to le paid for in advance. BUSINESS CARDS. c. B. STAPLES, DENTIST. Office in R'ohards' Block, over tbo store for­ merly occupied by Austin A Smout. 7tf J. E NTI8TRY J. BABE,». S. Bedford's Block, Austin, Minnesota. Work exchanged for wood or duao. A. ELDER, E ib '0 fi ULEBK OF.TtfE PTSTRICT COURT, Austin, M-Jwer County,Minnesota T7* P, VAi VALKENRU LIGrH, Jj, I'calorin Farm Machinery, Snlt, Coal, Lime, Grain, Ac., Ac. WM. OfSco South Side of Public Square, Austin, Sli^o. ml2 HOWE/ •KEGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co inn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, Ac. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1S75. 41tf EXTER ...

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. — 17 June 1875

Jiafflaw Tke Traascript. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor Jfe Proprietor -ATOtlW MINN.~ THUR3DAY MORNING, JUNE IT, 1875. JOHN S. PILLSBCRY. This gentlctiian so well kuown, so ranch talked about and so universally popular, is the subject of a double-leaded editorial in a recent number of the Minneapolis Mail. Hie formal declination of Govern­ or Davis makes it prope/ for republican papers to discim tlie question of success­ ion. The course of the present executive lias been so corr&ct and conciliatory as to entitle him to the courtesy of established party usage—a re nomination, did he de­ sire it, and the party papers which would have opposed him, are very few. Mr. Pillsbury seems to stand at that par­ ticular point wliere all the different party influences focalize,and to possess the pow­ er to make them all harmonize in himself. It would be unjust to say that be recog­ nizes this fact. He resists the idea* stub bornly, and will yield only when com­ pelled by the overpowering assurance whi...

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. — 17 June 1875

ul li a 1 1 I 10 ib a: :e a ,1 li a' ff The Transcript. TLS Coasty as BO Olcial Paper. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 17. 1875. Remember tbe Great Closiug Sale at Rich­ ardson Mayhew's. 1013 HUT, fell in considerable quantities in the vicinity of Grand Meadow last Hon da)'. Sabbath School Concert at the Univer salist Church next Sunday evening, June 20th. KEV. A. MORSE, ot this city, will preach at the Congregational Church in Browns dale, next Sabbath morning. Brewster's Fashionable 1*4 •a placa is in MoClellan Block. Tailoring a specialty. Stf MRS. F. L. BI:CK started east yesterday, intending to spend some months with friends and relatives at her old home in Ohio. The Rose Creek boys played a game of bass ball with the Ked Rocks last Satur­ day, and were beaten—the score being 19 to 44. Save your money by baying foods at Rieh ardeon Mayhew's great closing Sale. 10t3. JCIXJB ^OH^QN, -V1^K buffered a frac­ ture of bis leg some weeks ago, is mend­ ing rapidly, and will be on ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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