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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 22 July 1875

Choico Teas and Coffees, at VIape3. "rTHSjs LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNINtfc* JULY 22. 1675. Hon. John S. Irgens was in the city last Monday. REV. A. MORSE has an abundance of ripe currants for.sale. The Baptist Sunday School will have a concert- next Sunday evening. Mr. Jam* Pierre, of Le R«y, madc a brief call iit our office on Monday. Go *«-l examine Mapoi' OjundJ f»d da for bargains. M.ij Wilson, of Washington bonnly, favcred us with a call on Monday last. 6am y«»Mr money by buyiu* at Rich nrdsuu A May how's groat Closing Siile. I0t3. ,ast- city. Mr. Olsberg, a clerk in the U. S. gur.|street in the^city v«-yor General's Office, called on Tuesday Mus. At.iiCK Fleck us injury. fell down stairs one It is said thai a woman who can make good joluriy-ca've is greater than one who can trim a bonnet. Mr R. Dur.kleman is w!ii"ii nil! lie one ot t! when all couiph le. day !at week, bat without sustaining sen- oftli Public S j'iaro, iiave some very fine Mi.-s Belle Leonard, of Evanston. 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. — 22 July 1875

{'. JU III! TA"eft house in the Ifi i,1II.|!I THURSDAY .MORNINH^ JHJIf? -22.^75- •...*•• *'R.^ ,»!•• Cboieo Teas andCoffees, it \fapc3. Hon. Johnl$ lr^e% :(n U^Iclty lastM|^£' w».agy» Ga tid examine MApia' CAM bargains. favored us with a call on Monday Mr. Olsberg, a clerk in the U. S. Sur­ veyor General's Office/ called on Tuesday last. .. .-V •'••i l''J HENRY JACOBS Mus. AI.KCK FLEC^ felf il^wn ^airsobe day lai-t week, but without sustaining stfi ous injuiy. Miss Belle Leonard, of Ev.inston. III., preached at the M. E. Church in this, city last Sabbath, ...v" Go to Ttaesdeli's iirtd take vour choice uf 50 pairs of shoes at 00 cents, worth $1,00 to $1,30. It is snM-that a woman who can make good johnny-rake is greater than one who can trim a bonnet. Mr R. DunkU'inan is finishing his house whU-h will.be one ot the fipest in the city when all complete. Mapn^ ti'as a-« ohoic^ JV'i assortment, of stable !t nt I'iiri griiejBriij'i'as^an be found in this pitrt of the hdito. Mr. Q. K. ins...

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. — 22 July 1875

Tks Couty to Oitial Payer. HaUu la Parr*. All man lore Liberty and seem bent on destroying lier.—Voltaire. Whosoever learns to stand alone, mvat learn to fall alone.—Auerbach. Humility is the solid foundation of all the virtues.—Chinese Saying. Hie proper motives of religion are the propes proofs of it.—Butler. To be happy is not the purpose of our being, but to deserve happiness.— Ficlite. There is no treasure parents can give their children like a brother.—Plut. arcb. Grieve not that men know not you grieve that you know not men.—Con fucius. He who knows right principles is not equal to him who loves them.—Confu­ cius. Friendship is a cadence of divine melody melting through the heart.—Mild may. A mouse can drink no more than ita fill from tho mightiest river.—Chinese Proverb. It is but a step from companionship to slaver?, when one associates with vice.— llosea Ballou. Weapons, are instruments of evil omen. They are not the tools of a superior man. —Laotse. The mere learning of 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. — 29 July 1875

f&e Transcript. RATES OF ADVERTISING ONE EIGHTH Column, one year ONE QUAHTRR OS»K Ualp Obk Siitcinl nonces six cents per L"AI1 At til.: .,ol -'d it in.-ot.v Uioii $18.00 30.00 55.00 100.00 Cards of five Hues or less, five dollars per ^Editorsal notices intended a= advertise­ ments. twelve cent.-" per line. A urriugf- notice:', till}' cents. ,1"°- Legal notices at the rates prescribed by transient advertisements to be lurid for in advance. Kt'SIXfc** V4RIS. C. B. STAPLES, DENTIST. Office in Hc-lnnis* 151oel%, over the store ^for­ merly oeeuj ied Austin A Mn-'Ut. itf E N I S J. RABE:. B.. B. S* Work. .1 (i.-tiit, Miuxcsof'i. Work exchanged for wood or ducc. A. ELDER, country pro vTn jO CLERK OF THE PISTKTC1 COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota E1 I.inn Pull \Sr VALKKNBntCII. eiilcr in Farm !a?hi:iery, alf. r- M. BKtrlSTKU OP DKEDS. Mower Co Mian. Will essimine title#, pay taxes for non ro#i4eu s, »tc. Austin. Mittu.. Kelt. Is', 'I S 7 5. -1-i tEX'J tin. ll\ 1) i.Jood aeeomo'lati...

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 July 1875

--.v.-. Ike Ituunipi Th3 Camlr&is 13 Offleial Paper. A A. HARYVOOD, Editor & Proprietor -AUSTIN. MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING, JULY29, 1875. mrruEXT. At the late convention held in this city, and after the delegates to the State con­ vention had been chosen and the most of the members had retired from the hall, Sir. Wheeler reported some resolutions, whieh were adopted, we believe, by the dozen or so men that had not gone home. We have not seen them yet, but learn that one declares the TRANSCRIPT shall no longer be considered the "organ" of the republican party. That reminds 119 of the old bible story. The devil took Christ up to the top of a high mountain and shbvred liiin the kingdoms of the world. The-de'vil wanted to be worshiped, and as­ suming the ownership ot all creation of­ fered.it to the lowly Nazarcne for a single act of homage. So at this day, and here, the'devil wants to be worshiped,and hav­ ing failed to secure for his cloven foot any expressions of admiration fro...

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 July 1875

The Transcript. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 29.1875. Read Hall & West's Locals. Choice Teas and Coffees, at Mapcs. Look out for dog days and mad dogs. Bishop Mervill, of St. Paul, was in the city last Monday. The County Commissioners are in session at the Court House. Several people came over from Albert Lou last Saturday to attend the racea. We deeply regret the severe illness of our esteemed fellow citizen, Mr. F. King. do and examine Mapcs' Canned Goods for bargains. The barley harvest is nearly finished, and the crop is more than usually abund­ ant. A superabundance of other reading matter compels us to omit a report of last Saturday's races. Go to Truesdell's and take your choice of 50 pairs of Shoes at §100—worth $2.00 to §2.30. For lack of time and space we omit to make much commcnt upon the proceed­ ings of the county convention. S Chandler is arranging to veneer with brick, his fine business house on Mill street. Enterprise, Ma. JAMES TRUESDELL still continues...

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 July 1875

Tie Transcript. Tbj Couty lias no OKI Pager. Wliat Clean Apron Bid. Tidy neatness in girls is an attraction quite equal to a pretty face and it is a better recommendation, because a safer evidence of good qualities of character. Incidents like the following are abundant to prove this: lias to do everything." "Should you like to come and live with me?" askei the lady. "I should like to help mother somehow." The lady was more pleased than ever with the tidy looks of the girl, called to see her mother and the end of it was, she took the maid to live with her, and fouml-what indeed she expected to find showed the neat and orderly bent of her New England Journal of Education. A lady wanted a trusty little maid to help her take charge of a baby. Nobody could recommend one, and she hardly knew where to look for the right kind of a girl. One day she was passing a by lane and saw a little girl with a clean succeeded in making them man and wife, apron holding a baby in the doorway of a The ha...

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. — 5 August 1875

RATES OF ADVERTISING Osa Giokth Column, one year QjucQijartkr 0* HALF OPH J)K ,r. i-'. D. J1S.00 30.00 55.01) 100.01) Curds of five lines or less, five dollar* per yen?. Edi'orsal notices" intended as advertise­ ments. twelve cents' per line. nrrhigf noticc.', fifty cents. Special notices six cents per liue. Legal notices at tbe rates prescribed by Law M'SlttlttiM 4KI»K. C. B. STAPLES, mm DENTIST. 0®ce in R'-chAnU' Block, over tlie store for BB-.rlj occupied by AuMin Nnn»ut. tf MNTI8T RY J. BABE,».». S. ]iasf rl'* Work. Justin, Momrsofn. 1 E ooil or Work exchanged for dues. A. ELDER, country pro v7u50 CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COl'RT. Austin. Mover Cohnt.y. Minnesota F, VAN VALKKNHHRr.H, l.inie.rtrain, Oflic* PuMic Square, Austin, St:utb Side nf nal2 WE no 1 XT M. HO \V .R KG 1ST Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non r?ai*tents, Ac. Austin. Minn., Feb. 1*?, 1875. 44 fiO'l'M,. Good accomodations for Man and -ast. !'MS i: A SO N A r7m25 D. A. PAGE, Prop. J. YANYALKKNMIRtlII. Produc...

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. — 5 August 1875

The TJis Couity te no Official Paper. DELINQUENT TAXES. A List of Lands and Town Lots in the County of Mower, and r-'tate of! Johnson, Jr, lot 8 7 and James Thomas, lots 9 and James Thomas. !t James Thomas, lot A Frederic'ue, lots 4 and 11 Hitchins, lot A S Everest, lot Slocum, •., lot I' Egan, lot Slocum. 20 5-10 ft side of Atherton, lot O. Hayes, 22 It central psrt I'nrry estate, 29 3 5 ft side 8 and 4 '2-5 ft side Cameron, Martin Litchfield. 20 ft of lot John Atherton, 3-1 ft of lot Barnes &• Galloway, 20 ft of lot ilenry Jacobs, 24 2-5 ft side 7 and side O Kademnker, 23 ft vr side .'• Parry, 2:" ft end 1 and lit-o. W Mitchell et «te, 9 4 5It d« (-en. \V Mitchell estate, Bariii's, ft (v Sqo itayes Mason, 22 ft a by 67 ft inc corner Hay es A Mason, 9 ard 10 ex 56 ft stdo Hayes, *22 ft in ft and 1 Ji Lloyd, lot 2 and 7 -j tt in E l.lovd, lot 1 ex fi •5rs. Mitchefi, lot ?, ex 5 ft side Tyler, lot Thomas Hinder, lot N Beisecker, lot 7 ar.d Cameron, lot 1 aud rukn«wn. lot W Mandev...

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. — 5 August 1875

LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNINtt, AUG" 5. 1&7»- SiiSDAT School concert ut the M. E. Church on Sabbath evening next. Rev. W' W. Whitnonib, of Owatonua, will preach at tin Baptist Church in tills city next Sabbath moniing JUI«1 evening. Look Here! Everything usually found in a first-olass Grocery Store, will be found at Mapes. eve nine- Don't hesitate to use Death to Pain. It is recommended by physicians a.rtor having Tns Ladies.' Floral Club will meet next week Tuesday, at 3 o'clock, with Mrs. W. THK Jones' Hall. IJURINU *»f venue vva» taken—cae sent to .liis'ic H'o.Mlird, when tiie proceedings were per nii'l lie jiieaded .-if hi.-t drivitiir. :t»• I -sttf. Iff'-Pi-ssJiJi-ut oil ii1,on S-triiIi.ru I'nrnljoS*. *Asnvi«. nil., .1 aiv A sppciai Jo he Niishyilie paper.- fr.iai Jr. enviile, T«nin., reports ex-President Joh»:.*-oii s'rick en with paralysis on Wediiesday e-wning at the residence ofhi» daughter, in Carier County, lie is lying iu a very criiical condition uud his recovery ...

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. — 5 August 1875

1 The Trans eript. H13 C®ty Sas Official Paper. [ESTAmISKK» IS IS-15.J Vbe Howe Machine Co's (ELIA3 HOWE, JR W9RUO- ^sS^Ss SEWING a General "Western Office State and Jackson Streets. CHICAGO. 1 he^e Ter.owr.ed Machines always rccita r. fnd themselves favorably to the genera! public. Peing tl»e oldest extant, they arc uu ouestionitbly 1 he mot popular Machine in nj* and produced as they arc from the grand lueehanical genius ot Eltas Howe, Jr. "The luveiitor of the lowing Machine,*' thay pos fess manv points "f excellence, which, f--r |-u rposes ot sewing, render them superior to my other, and which has rendered then) vorlii renowned. The qualifies which recotn 'laond them are their thorough and uicehanie *1 C"ii.«truot.iii, i:n jiicil.v -r-d ease of inan- Kgemeut. strength, beauty and e\ ednega of Stitch, elegance jr. st\ rn.i finish. Our terms of salt are as liberal as any Vdowd to the trade, aud nil are invited to examine our Machines fcefcro purchasing. ^Tke Howe umo Ag3»ts wautu-...

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. — 12 August 1875

The Transcript. RATES OF ADVERTISING ONR EIGHTH Column, one year OSBQVAKTKR ONE HALF OKK W, due- E $18.00 30.00 5."».00 100.00 Curds of five lines or less, five dollars per year. Editors-ill uoticos intended as advertise­ ments, twelve cents per lir.fi. arriage notice:-, ilfty cents. Special notices: six cents per Hue. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by haw. All transcient advertisements to be paid for in advance. BIASNESS CARDS. C. B. STAPLES, DENTIST. OfVu*e in Ilvharils1 IHock, over the store for roeri occupied by Austin Sz Sniout. Ttt EISTTISTRY J. UABE, »,», S. Block. Austin, Minnesota. ,rk exchanged for wood or country pro v7n50 A. EL1KK, CLERK OF T1IE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota Vi', \N' ALKKN Ml 5ir.II, J'J enler in Farm Machinery, Salt, Caal, Li n.\ rain. Ac., Ac. Office I'ub ^'INIIRE. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1ST.'). -1-1 1) KX.TKU LIOTHL. aoci tu«.IAMBUS for MAN avt«L TEHMS Hi]A.SON AB E v7tu2" D. A. PAGK, Prop. J. VANVALKKNIiUItu II, Produce ru ...

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. — 12 August 1875

The Traasexipt. Ti3 CoiBty bas so Official Pager. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor —AUSTIN, MINN- THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 12, 1875. niCPlBLIC A.\ JVOMIM ES. STATE TICKET. For Chief Justice of Supreme Court, JAMES UILFILLAN. F«r Governor. JUIIN S. PILLSBUKY. Fcr Lieutenant Governor. AS. ii. WAKEFIELD. F#r SECRETARY of State, JOHN S. IRGENS. For Auditor, OKLEN P. WIllTCOMB. For Treasurer, WILLIAM PFAENDEll. For Attorney General, GEO. P. WILSON. Fer Clerk of the Supreme Court, SAN'UEL II. TUCIIOLS. For Railroad Commissioner. THAT RESOLI'TIOX. "RESOI.VEP, That wo look upon I rit Uim mmiu in the call for this the iii- Titation mmiu'in the call for this conven­ tion to other parties t» CDIIIH into thy pri­ mary meetings, with disfavor." The foregoing is one of Wheeler's reso­ lutions, adopted by a dozen malcontents in the late convention. It will be remem­ bered that the call invited all per­ sons to participate in primary meeting? and in conventions, upon the basis of an acceptance ...

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. — 12 August 1875

The Transcript. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG 12. 1*»75. Iieacl Hull & West's Locals. Mr F. King we are glad to learn, is recovering. We acknowledge a call from the llev. J. W. Eldredge, of Dayton, Ind. E. I*. Van Valkonbnrgh lias sold 73 McCormick Harvesting -Machines this season. Major W. A. Hotclikiss, of ihe Preston Republican made us a tali last Tuesday, a weekauro. Look Everything usually found in a first-class Grocery Store, will bo found at Mupes. Conn'y Treasurer Ingmundson, has 50 -v. :inn.» of bees, through the industry of whicti lie will get ab'Uit two tons of hon ey this vear. hum A hor-e _«»•! Oil! ill' 1 *V! :!:iv nigh' I' a 11 !-.' 'in liei ets l!i-m Aiir'ir. to Owc.ionna and re-: If \v:r. fti ny Dry Giit»d, t'luthit:* or rr.eerics .v the very figures to It tiez. Ho fiiete Tie- tiv.-l R.- tr thi- h.-d rtre-t'-h Cv Last Friday, the Gtli inst., was the one hundredth anniversary of Daniel O'C'on-' hen all had leached the Station ntli's birthday. Mr. Rooney in...

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. — 12 August 1875

The Trasseript. Til 0" jl DELINQUENT TAXES. A Li.^t of Lamls ami Town Lots in tbe County of Mower, nti-l ^taio otj Minnesota, upon w'nk-h t:xxcs-are uni:iul 1S75 A S biverest, l«t Ii Slocunj, tct t-'gan, 1 ot. delinquent tor the year 187-1, and W.gnor l°« on tliis first tl:iv %1 Slocum, -Jd 5-10 f: k:'-J» of Atheitnn, !c: G. Ha7e=, 22 It crntrai part i'f.ri-T cstaf, i? 3 ft 8 acd 2 5 !t ?id« li t'arritret), Martic Litchfield, 20 ft of !.»•, John Atlie-ti.-i'!, l/' ft of in Barnes fc G:iii ,v y, 2v) rt iot ilenry Jacobs, 24 2 .r. b-.lsl and eaide K-idt'triiker, °S ft v.* si3s J'arry, ^3 it ei::l 1 and G*£. VV Ma-hell earn-, 0 4 i» ft s'da Geo. \Y Mitc-.e'.! tiriI* Ii 3. 11 V." S 1 Haye.i & iltson. 22 by 67 a in w.Corner iiayes Mai-r, a:-.i tz Cp ft S rs'do Hareg, 21 ft ir r.'."? 1 i-i'' •!. re •,! an 1 ti in Llovd, lot 1 fi S-|j f: jirs. Mitohill, lot Li'cx 8 ti a eid» j? ft r.id John V»'aibb, ft s:re I-J .'ei A Tiae.-tdei June, .STATE OF MINNESOTA, «. r-B OCNTY or .VovYl.r.. Cou...

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. — 19 August 1875

The Tiansezipt. RATES OF ADVERTISING ONK EIGHTH. Column, ono year ONBQDARTKR ONI HALF OK* Water St. Spei i.il iiMe-ition ing $18.00 30.00 55.00 100.00 Curds of five lines or less, fivo dollars per year. Editorial notices intended as advertise­ ments, twelve cents per line. nrriage notices, fifty cents. Special notices si* ccnts per lino. Legal notices at the rates prescribed l)y I-fcW. All transoient advertisements to be paid for in advance. BUSINESS CARDS. C. B. STAPLES, DENTIST. Office In Richards' Block, over the store ^for­ merly occupied by Austin A Smuut. tf DENTISTRY J, KABM. S. Jtasjurd's Block, Austin, Minnesota. Work exchanged for wood or country pro­ duce. A. ELDER, Minn. 1) J. VANVALKENMiUIUIII, Produce Dealer, Ausin, Minnesota. D. BEDAli, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. OCi»e iinil Hosid.^n.'o mruor of Market, and Pleasant iSts., Urownsdale, Minn. v7-n"0. SLOCUM, Dealer in -Train and Lumber, at given to surgical tr •v N I N G, v7n50 CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mo...

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. — 19 August 1875

Ike Iiaascript. T&3 Couaty bas uo Official Pater. A. A. IIARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor -atjstin. mm- THURSDAY MORNING, AUO. 1», Vot Auditor, ORLEN P. WillTCOMB. Fer Treasurer, WILLIAM PFAENDER. For Attorney General, 1873. REFlBLICAX NOMINEES. STATE TICKET. Fer Chief Justice of Supreme Court, JAMES G1LFILLAK. Fer Governor. JOIIX S. PILLSBURY. Fer Lioutcunnt (jovernor. AS. B. WAKEFIELD. Jf»r Secretary of Stwtc, JOHN S IRGKNS. GEO. P. "WILSON. For Clerk of tilt? Supreme Court, SAXUEL II. NICIIOLS. For Railroad Commissioner. POLITICAL. It now seems probable that all the great civil contests ol the year will be as previ­ ously to the Greeley campaign between ior a change partv, auil persons ambitious to lead have learned that mere pretension does not sat­ iety voters. It has been evident for some time that wo must make a solution of the linancial problem, but that will involve no change in the substantial character oi tljo government, for certainly no party can he better able to m...

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. — 19 August 1875

The Transcript. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNING, AU0 19. 1S75. Read Hall & West's Locals. Hon. J. S. Irgons, Candidate for Secre­ tory of State made lis a call this morning. Tlic Sporismen are busy and H»c Prairie chickcns arc excellent, although uot very abundant. The District Court will hold a term in this city commencing on the third Tues­ day in September. Are you interested in home enterprise and home talent Go to tne Floral Show at Jones' Hall. Don't fail to go and see the best Floral Display ever exhibited in Austin, at Jones' Hall, Ang 24th anil 26th. Calcolarias, Begonias, Lemon, Verbe nias, C'oleiis and other choice plants for sale at the Floral Show next week. Hon. R. 11. Langdon, of Miuneoplis gave us a hearty hand shake this morning. lie is going down to Iowa to spend a few days hunt­ ing chickens. The Floral Club has made a choice pro­ gramme for next Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Everybody should witness the per formuncc. Mos srs. Basset, Huntting & Co., and...

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. — 19 August 1875

TC&JPi-T-- County has no Official Paper. DELINQUENT TAXES. A List of Lands and Town Lots in the County of Mower, and State of Minnesota, upon which taxes are delinquent for the year 1874, and unpaid on this first day of June, 1S75: STATE OF MINNESOTA, Coi'NTT OP MOWEH. rMrict Court, Itnth Judicial /district. The State ot Minnesota to alt persons, com­ panies or corporations, who bare or claim any right, title or interest iu, cluun to, or lit upon nny of the several piocos ov pnreola of land in the list hereto attached, described: The list oftaics on realestate for the Coun­ ty of Mower, remaining delinquent on the Ilrst day of Juue, 1S75, has be«n filed in the Office of the Clerk of the District Court in the County of Mower ofwhieh that hereto attach­ ed urc Clerk cation of this notice, your answer in writing, •ettinjf forth any objection or dcfence you may have to the taxes or any part thereof, upon any piece or parcel of land described in said list, in, to or on which you have...

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. — 26 August 1875

OKK BIOHTH Column, on* year OMRQUARTBR OHM UAL# Own Special notice*: sx cents 1 j. A *5 Des'.e r. n. brr. L-ifb trr mo h' lH. Pi-, c- $18.00 30.00 55.00 100.00 Curds of fir« lines or less, five dollars per •e*r. Kditorjal notices intended as advertise men la. twelve cents per line. »rriag? notieer, fifty eents. ,r l»f- Legal notices »t. tho^ rates presented by Li»*. ... All traiiscient j*'iv«irciscn :iit3 to be paid To: in advancc. CARDS. c. B. STAPLES, DENTIST. Office in ehnrds* Block, orer the sture t&eily occupied by Austin A m»ut. for- Bfrs/nrrf's Block, Austin, Minnesota. Work exchanged for wood or country pro­ duce. vTndO A. ELDER, I'j |(v.?»K OF THE MSTRTOT CODRT. Austin. M'»wer Connty.Minnesota 1 1 A ALKV.NIU 11(1 II, e.ilt in Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, •t?., if. 015e® South Side of .\re, A a-tin. Mi"*n. tu12 M. iOWK. :".:n[STEH OF DEEDS, Mower Co ifi'iL. ^Yil "Xitniiiie titles, pay taxes for non- s-i^tfljes. Ac. \ustin, Minn.. Fe'o. 1 tf 1J75. 44 1) E-Vil-.K iiOi tJj. ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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