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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 30 September 1875

The Transcript. lb Cmtf Ms19 Official Pap. -AUSTIN. MINN.— TFLURSDAY MORNING-, SEP. SO, IS75. A. A. IIARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor AUI'LBMCAN" XOMIXEBS. S'fATS TICKET. &>r Chief Justice of Supreme Court, JAMES GILFILLAN. For Governor. JOHN S. PILLSBURY. I'OR Lieutenant Governor. JAS. B. WAKEFIELD. For Sooretary of State, JOHN SK IRGENS. For Auditor, ORLEN P. WHITCOMB. Far Treasurer, WILLIAM PFAENDER. For Attorney General, GEO. P. WILSON. For Clerk of the Sdpreme Court, SANUEL II. NICHOLS. Voi Railroad Commissioner. WM. It. MARSHALL. REPUBLICAN CONVEVTION. 1*110 Republicans of "TT Convention Mower CFunty will hold at the Court Houso in the City of Austin, on Wednesday, Oct. Gth, 1S75, at 3 o'clock P* M. to nominate ono State Sena­ tor, two members of tho llouso of Represent­ atives, a County Treasurer,and a Court Com­ missioner. Each Election precinct in the County, will bo entitled to delegates as fol­ lows, viz: 1.PFIOY I GRAND MEADOW ADAMS 3 DEXTER I NEVADA 3 RED HOOK. ....

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 September 1875

The Transcript. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MOHNlNtf, SEP. 30.1S75. NEW ADVERTlStittE.VTS. Notice of Town C.iucm. Oodey's Lady's Bodk. Goodwin A Jahren—Farm Implements. F. II. Dunbar-—Brown's Hotol. O. II. Leslie—Masonry. J. S. Corning—tfrand Central Hotel. J. F. Atherton A Son—Railway Hotel. J. L, Peters—Music. Frederick A GL-s—Meat Market. Rollin Dunbar—General Merchandise, jt Two Probate Notioes. TCotioe of Republican Ward Caucus, H. R. Stevens—Vegetine. Zauchy A Co.—Miscellaneous Advertise­ ments. Time Table—Illinois Central Railroad. S. M. Jenks—Physician. Bacon Jenks—/Jruggistd. Go to the Fair. Head Ilall & Wests' new "ad." CARPETS at COST, at Richardson's, tf $500 in premiums for trotting at the Fair. J. Truesdell has hosts of new Boots and Shoes of the latest styles. E. P. VaaValkenburgh has gone to the Chicago Exposition. LOOK out for a large stock of Dry Goods, iu a few clays, at Richardson's, tf BUEWSTEK sells 10 cloth collars for 40 cents. Try them. 23-tf Go to the Fair ...

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 September 1875

gi&o ffigfiiisejfiyt. j'—i1 *y A •'-•si T&3 asr iM Official Paper. ing. ami Noummisc* AM monry is hart money these times —hard to get. "Pny up Js what tliey call a silver mine in Idalxo. There tire 8,000,000 wages-earning la­ borers in the United States. The tailor is the poor man's best friend, inasmuch as he settles the rents. ANc'v Haven boy would have been killed by the kick of a horse had it not leea tor stolen apples in his pocket. "What do you take for your cold?" paid lady to Mr. 'Tour pocket handkerchiefs a day, madam," was the answer. Thousands of people in Arkansas, says the Helena (Avk.) World will be out of debt tliis fall who haven't been in ti sim­ ilar condition of freedom for many years. Schroeder and his balloon are things •of the past. The uionev for constructing his air ships to travel 150 miles an hour right against the wind was uot forthcom­ Since 18^0 the number ^uf sailing ves­ sels has greatly diminished, steamers at that time having taken the seas a...

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. — 7 October 1875

W Tke buwzlpi RA TES OF ADVERTISING OM EIGHTH Colamn, on* year $18.00 OmQDimi 30.00 OM Haw 55.00 On 100.00 Cards of In lines or less, five dollar! per year. Editorsal notioes intended as advertise­ ments, twelve cents per line. Carriage notices, flfty cents. Special notiees six cents per Hns. Legal notiees at tke rates presorlbed bj Law. All transoient advertisements to be paid for in advance. BUSINESS CARDS. C. B. STAPLES, npNTISf. Office in Richards' Blook, over the store for­ merly occupied by Austin Smoat. 7tf DENTISTRY J.BABBD.D.S. Basford's Block,* Austin, Minnesota. Work exchanged for wood or country pro­ duce. A. ELDER, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower Connty, Minnesota EP,VAN WM. VALKENBURGH, lealer in Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime.Grain, Ac., Ac. Offlce South Sid* of Public Square, Austin, Mtan. m!2 HOWE, .REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, Ac. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1S75. 44 EXTER HOTEL. Good accomodations f...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 7 October 1875

The Transcript. T63 County Has is Official Paper. -AUSTIN. MOT.— THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 7, lo75. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor linrvBiiiciA SOMIXEES. STATE TICKET. For Chief Justico of Supreme Court, JAMES GILFILLAN. For Governor. JOHN 8. PILLSBURY. For Lieutenant Governor". JAS. B. WAKEFIELD. For Secretary of State, JOHN S. IKGENS. For Auditor, OHLEN P. WIIITOOMB. for Treasurer, WILLIAM PF.VEXDEU. For Attorney General, GEO. P. WILSON. For Clerk of the Supreme Court, 8ANUEL II. NICHOLS. For Railroad Commissioner. WJI. H. MARSHALL. COUXTY TICKET. For State Seuator, R. I. SMITH. Tor Representatives, C. F. GREENING, II. F. DEMMING. For County Treasurer, I. INGMUNDSON. For Court Commissioner, CHARLES SMITII. For County Coannisstoae?, F1R3T DISTRICT, FRANK KIMBALL. TH& VICTORY. Before the meeting of tlic County Re­ publican Convention yesterday, it was evi­ dent that the pirly would come up in its glory and display its power A? there arc in material thinirs always some signi...

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. — 7 October 1875

The Transcript. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNINO, OCT. 7. 1&75 Stevens rises to explain. CARPETS at cost, at Richaaisoa's. tf Have you looked through the fine jlass front of Clemmer & Pooler. J. Tfucsdcll has hosts of new Boots and Shoes of the latest styles. BREWSTER sells 10 cloth collars for 40 cents. Try them. 22-tf LOOK out for a large stock of Dry Goods, iu a few days, at Richardson's, tf Oapt. I. N. Hawkins ha9 sold at least a half dozen pieces of real estate since his return to the city. A Stock of Brackets, Clock Shelves, Wall Pockets, etc., at reduced Prices, at Fcrnald A Kimball's. tf Charley West has the Sportsman's Badge again—having won it from Jo. Swan by a score of 8 to 6. Every Farmer wants a comfortable, easy and Reading Chair. Fernald A Kimball have them. Price $2.00 to $2.50. tf Professor Humiston, Temperance Can­ didate for Governor, will speak at the Methodist Church in this city next Mon­ day evening. Brewster has the only Exclusive First Class Tailorin...

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. — 7 October 1875

Tke Transeript. Tko Conaly lias BO Olcial Paper. For mid About tUe Ladle** The allegator who swallowed a corset is dead. It stayed on his stomach and bust­ ed him. Joseph wore the first pull-back. Mrs. Potiphar pulled it back.—New "York World. Cameo rings are now the fashionable article Amethysts have lost their popu­ larity and good price. An American youth doesn't squander ihuch money for hair oil and shoe black­ ing until after he falls in love. If you are un gall ant enough to chal­ lenge a woman's vote in Wyoming, she ?ets her big brother to thrash you. Miss Bessie Eaglesfield, a young law student of Tcrre Haute, has been admitted to practice in the Circuit Court. Lingard is still in trouble, ilis wife persisjtently declares that she is his wife, and she threatens to make a jury believe it. A Wyoming woman on a jury refused to agree on a verdict until a boy could ride three miles and bring her a box of black snuff. A Brooklyn girl threw herself out of a second story window to e...

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. — 14 October 1875

Tke Transcript. RATES OF ADVERTISING ONB EIGHTH Column, one year ONEQUARTBR OMK HALF OHB WM. HOWE, W. SPAFFORD, M. D. Physician & Surgeon. $13.00 30.00 55.00 100.00 Cards of fire lines or less, year. Editorsal notices intended as advertise­ ments, twelve cents per line. Marriage notices, fifty cents. Special noticos six cents per line. Legal noticos at the rates prescribed by Law. All transcient 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 Sinout. 7tf DENTISTRY 2. BABE, .REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, Ac. Office and Residence at the Sltepley House, Water St. Special attention given to diseases requir­ ing surgical treatment. n'Ju 6 Austin, May, 31th, 1879, J. N. WHEAT, M. D. Homoepathic Physician and Surgeon Office and Residence, (J'lrnrr of St. Paul and Mill Streets 2yi Auglii, Minn. ALINE. dollars per As D. D. S. B...

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. — 14 October 1875

TieTraaserlpt. -AUSTIN.'UNWy THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 14, 1575. A. A. HAKWOOD, Editor & Prt^iejw —r~ RE PUBLIC AN XOMIXEE^. STATE TICKET. For Chief Justice of Supreme Court, JAMES GILFILLAN. Tor Governor.- For Railroad Commissioner. WM. R. MARSHALL. COUNTY TICKET. For State Senator, ],s4 JOHN 8. PILLSBCKYJ For Lieutonant Governor. JAS. B. WAKEFIELD.! For Secretary of State, JOHN S. IRGENS! For Auditor, ORLEN P. WHITCOMB. For Treasurer, WILLIAM PFAENDER. For Attorney General, GEO. P. WILSON, For Clerk of the Supreme Court, SANUEL H. NICHOLS. R. I. SMITH. For Representatives, C. F. GREENING, II. F. DEMMING. For County Treasurer, I. INGMUNDSON. For Court Commissioner, CHARLES SMITH. For County Commissioner, KlltST DISTRICT, W. KIMBALL. THE GOVERNORSHIP. In a political campaign it is- generally uuilerstood that the strength of party ties is sufficient to carry the respective candi­ dates up to the full measure of the party vote. It is safe to assume.—unless the con­ trary is made to a...

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. — 14 October 1875

The Transcript. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 14. 1S75 (i. The ".Business Manager" is uneasy lest the tenure of his office sLc-uld be brief. Oleson Nicholaison have wall brackets in great variety ami in every style. 28tf In 1861 tlio Singer Manufacturing Com­ pany sold 211,870 sewing machines. BKK'.VSTEU sells 10 cloth collars for 40 cents. To* them. 22-tf LOOK out for large stock of Dry (roods, in a lew ilays, at Richardson's, tf I. IngmuiiJsoii, County Treasurer, went to St. I'aul on Monday last, returning houce yesterday. A Stuck of Brackets. Clock Shelves, Wall Pockets, etc., at reduecd Prices, at Fernald Kimball's. Oleson & Nicholaison keop in stock a fine assortment of coffin?, and all kin Is of under­ takers good#. 2Stf J. S. Corning has nearly completed the work of veneering his new Hotel. lie has used (0,000 bricks in the process. Every Farmer wants a comfortable, easy and Reading Chair. Fernald A Kimball have them. Price $2.00 to $2.50. tf The Singer Manufactur...

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. — 14 October 1875

To Ik* XcaiiitmTtaiii. You are citizens of tbe^Unlted States, entitled to afl tite privileges enjoyed by native Americans. A large proportion of you are here by reason ofthe provision which has been made cither by the Gen­ eral Government, or by the separate States, to aid and promote emigration.. Scarcely a Norwegian can be found-in Minnesota, whose residence here is not the result of some action taken by the emigrant aid society. That society was established In this State, by the Republican party, alid money to make it effective has been voted by the Republican parThe farms which many of you hold Under the home, stead law, were given yov through the .ac­ tion and influence of the Republican party. That party is now struggling to maintain its ascendency. Shall it have your active aid.or will you promote thesucccss of those whose interests and whoscaction plainly show them to be unfit to'administer the government of the country. It has been told you that the Republican party cares n...

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. — 21 October 1875

Cards of five lines or less, five dollars per a K4iUml notice* intended as advertise­ ment!, twelve oeuts por line. A'arrlage notices, fiftycent*. Special notices si* eents per line. Legal notices at tte rates prescribed by Ltv. AM traeseienfcadvertisemcnts to be paid for fa advance. KIWIS KftS CARDS. J. B. STAPLES, DENTIST. Office over Clcmmer 1 Pooler's Drag 8 to re, Corner of Ma and Mill Streets. 7tf DENTISTRY Ba»/or(Ts Block, Austin, Minnesota. Work exchanged for wood or country pro­ duce. v7n50 A. ELDER, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower Coajnty, Minnesota E P, VAN VALKENBDHGH, 'ealer in Para Machinery, Salt, Ceal, Lime.Grain, Ac., Ae. Office Squth Side of Public Square, Austin, Mh«, m!2 M. HOWK. .REGISTER OFEBD8, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, Ac. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1875. 4' EXT tilt HOTJvL. Good accomodations fbr Man and Beast. TRUMS REASONAB' v7m2& D. A- PAGIJi Prop. J. VANVALKENBUROH, Produce Dealer, AUK-in. Alhnirsntt, ...

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. — 21 October 1875

Xk« Transcript. .m"-~ ftittutr Has no Official Pajer. —AUSTIN. MINN.t- TUURSDAY MORNING. OCT. 21, U75. A,. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor REPUBLICAN NOMINEES, BTATB TICKET. Fer Chief Justice of Supreme Court, JAMES GILFILLAN. F«t Governor. JOHN 9. P1LLSBURY. In Lieutenant Governor AS. B. WAKEFIELD. Far Secretary of State. JOHN 8. IRQEN3. For Aaiitir, ORLEN P. WIIITCOMB. For Treasurer, WILLIAM PFAENDER. Fer Attorney General, GEO. P. WILSON. Fer Clerk of the Supreme Court, SAXUEL II. NICHOLS. For Railroad Commissioner. WM. R. MARSHALL. COtJNTT TICKET. For State Senator, R. I. SMITn. Fmt Representatives. F. GREENING, H. F. DEMM1NG. For Coanty Treasurer, I. INGMUNDSON. For Court Commissioner, -CHARLES SMITH. Fer Count/ Commissioner, FIRST DISTRICT, W. KIMBALL. John P. Williams, Stand up and Explain! Oo You want to do the Work of Coun Audi­ tor for $1,000 per Year If You do, Why Want You Sat­ isfied to take $1,605 24, what ihe Law Allowed You when Ycu were Auditor Tell U4 what busin...

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. — 21 October 1875

*h» I Transcript. LOCAL MATTERS. ?st i-s-. csvy THUR8DAY MORNING, OCT. 21. 1675 Dr. Mian's Lectures 'are eduoationsj sot ludlnl. If yoi «ut to eijoy karty laugh go to Job**' Hill next Tuesday evening. Don't foil to bear Or. Miner Tuesday even­ ing, at 7:45 o'oloek. sharp. Oleson A Nicboloison have wall brackets in |tut variety aodia «wry itjl«. 28tf Justicc Putnam lias been all the week deciding a civil suU. hence no other busi­ ness was transacted in his court. In 1SA1 the Singer Manufacturing Com­ pany sold 11,676 sewing maehines. J. M. Flowers baa paid John Merrill $1,100, for 1,100 bushels of hurley. Brbwstbr sells 10 cloth collars for 40 cents. Try thein. 22-tf W. D. Jaynes has been bailed out at last, and has gone away for a little fresh air. Look out »r a large stock of Dry Goods, in a few days, at Richardson's, tf Remember the rac -s at the Driving Park next Saturday afternoon. Oleson A Nbh-il iUon keep in *took a floe assortment of coffins, and *11 kioii ef i.i'lof takers g...

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. — 21 October 1875

Tfis -.*5 SI Coutjium Offldal Pager. !OIf i- 1«" imrAr-Mgiiniin^ ^tcrans giiririT in certain police station tbe other evening, says the Louisville Courier Journal, to keep out of the rain a* few minutes, tad while tUercr discussed the j4l§fcwan Uj rememberi"said one, "that a bullet passed clear through George Gay's body and never killed him." "I recollect," said another, "that a ball O ii» Bill Payson's lung and never was taken out, but he lived." "1." said a third,"know well When the doctors thought Henry Hill's life was gone up as a 'minie' lodged within an inch of his heart, but lie lived." O pierced by a TWI &d heliw^'exclaimed the last man but one. These remarks produced consid­ erable surprise and excited speech from 1 Cjtfl tall, Jilim, and sleepy individual who waited till his companions concluded and then drawled, in piping accents: "These fellows was a little tough, I allow but Jim Jones, who fit aside of me, was shot in the neck so his head jist hung by the nkin."..~ ...

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. — 28 October 1875

\rss Or Aivstnrsme On Blent* Column, oae year OKIQuartbb O.ta (uj Ova ^s' HOWK. N. WHEAT, M. D., Hamcepashic $18,0fr 30.00 5^00 160.00 Cards of In lines or less, dollars per year. Bdttorsal notices intended as advertise­ ments, twelve cents per line. Xarriage notice ', fifty cents. Special notices six cents per line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by Lair. All traasoieat advertisemcats to be paid for ia advance. BUSINESS cards. J. B. STAPLES, DENTIST. Office over Clemmcr Pooler's IVrug Store, Cursor of Xa and Mill Streets. 7tf DENTISTRY J.RA.BED.B. S. Battfortf'a Block, Austin, Minnesota. \fott exchanged for wood or country pro­ duce. v7n50 E KLPEB, CLERK OF TIIE PISTRICT COURT, Austin. M»wor County, Minnesota E\\ealerta V\\N VALKBNlfUROll, Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime.Graia, Ac., 1c. Office South Side of Public Square, Austin, Mi"*u. ml2 WM. REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Mian. Will examine titles, pay taxes foruon r«rifeats, io. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1R75. 44 BXTtilt UO...

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. — 28 October 1875

,»«*aHBWaSBS-HBaSBBSB -Avsm iixra.- .4^VRSDAT MORNING, OCT. JS, 1575 .-A- A. HARWOOD, Editor ft Proprietor REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. STATS TICKET, fir Chief Justice of Supreme CoarJ, JAME3 QILFILL4I7. Ftt Oeveraer. JOHN S. PILLSBURT. Far LtMtMtfet Oenraor. JA8. B. WAKEFIELD. fer SNWiry »f 8t*te, JOHN 9. IRGBX& for Auditor, ORLEN P. WHITCOMB. Tor Treasurer, WILLUkM PFAENDER. For Attorney General, GEO. P. WILSO^. For Clerk of ibe Supreme Court, SANUEL II. NICHQL9. For Railroad Commissioner. WM. R. MAR9H VLL. COirSTT TfCKKT. For Stat* Senator, R. F*t Representatives, C. P. GREENING, H. F. PJ3IMLNG. For Ceanty Treasurer, I. INGMU^D^ON. Fer Ceart COM^NOBW, CHARLES SMIFTJU. Fer County Commissioner, riKST ^isT^qr, W. KIMBALL. POLITICAL. The signsof the limes in this county •re auspiqjQUS. The election, next TueS day wili^wli nut a large vote. Tliere are aeveral.ff asons why the people will go to the pjflls. They are nati.-ifiid that, so far as tj^e republican party is concerned, ean,be reli...

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. — 28 October 1875

itlft. LOCAL MATTERS. TIHTRSIA? MORSINU. OCT. M. 1S75 OlesOfe'ANicbolaisoabave wall brackets io grwlftriit aad IU every style. 23tf BIT1 H. J. Ciift will preach IN the M. E. Church on next Sunday at 10| e'elock A. M.. October 3 Lit. LOOK »WT IFOR A lacge stuck of Dry Goodly RicIiJirdion s, tf .The tote lire At Virginia Ciry has de­ stroyed $5,000,000 worth of property. There will l»e a pleasant entertainment at the ifciiding Rt»«nu next Monday night to which ail arc invited. Oleson A tfi:hvltisoa keep in stock a fioo nssortiaeut ot coifina, aad ail kiaii uf under takera goods. 2Stf The rases did'oa.t oeenr last Saturday as advertised. l'egjj had the episootic, andwas •hurt of wi.id. —. J? eBvcry Farmer wants and Beading Chair. Feruald A Kimball have them. Price $2.00 to $.50. tl~ On Monday it rained all day, and on Tuesday it snowed all day, and on Wed­ nesday it blowed all day. If JIU want a stylish Bo.tt made pegged or *ew«d. go to Swan's. Noue but exucrienced workmen employed, an...

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. — 28 October 1875

6 ft Conwy lias 10 Official Paver. lflsqpr!yotth a I a l,. HbwIK WaiiM Hit Picture SLerroan Regiater. Yesterday a young man with a wart on his nose dronpwl 'itr *U the Sherman pho* qanri-d the artist. "Bust!" exclaimed the fellow, as he picked up his hat. "Bust! Mister, do 1 look like a man who would come into a picture gallery on a bust?" Tfwjf' explained to him, and finally per siituiedhiin tasit long enbughlor a nega live. The picture was a good one, and the nose stood out like a black cat in a bay window. The fellow looked at it, and as he hand e^ilvback, said: "Shoot again, old pard, if you emU make the wart loofc like a piece of chewing gum*" They told him that it couldn't be done. "Well," see here aow, pard." he plead­ ed, "my name?s Trufl!e*,amlFin t,-ng ed to a girl back in 'Indiana, and she wants my picture. She don't know I've got this wart It's growed since I left there and If you could Ju9t rub it out of the pict ure^tfiijniako it look like something she's familiar with...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 November 1875

StSSt-SBS R\r£5 3* A7£tfl3ll 0*« Broum CAfutton, one year 0.t|!)V^(TKK V*' Osa Itiir 1 0»a A. ELDER, $18.00 3® 55.00 100.00 Cards or 8f« lines wr less, live dollar* per year. tmttees, intended as advertise n«D(. twelro oects per line. alrriage nntitfe, tifty cents. Special'notices six cents per line. Legal notices at tbe rates prescribed by Ail tranfetdnt advertisement! to it •(*'»nce. HlIfAlVKNM C.B. be paid ^DENTIST. Cffice over Clem'ttitir 1ft 'Pooler's Drug Store, 'Corner of M* Mid Mill Streets. Ttf JOIIN K. M0UR[3'\, PIIOPKIRTOI: MS BY. MINN.. At t!i» ju'intion of rhu 'dilwr.-iiikee .1 St. Paul ani Southern Minnesota K:iilr»a'is. J. for DENTISTRY J. BABB, B. D. 9. *:JtattforiJ'* Block, Au*trn, Minnetota. Work exchanged for wood or coantry pro­ duce. v?n50 CLRRK OF TIIE PISTRICT COURT, Austin. Mower Coanty, Minnesota TJ jl'P, VAN VALK«JNBl)ROH, efcler in ta'rm fllaehinery, Salt, Coal, Li tne.'train,Ac., to.* Oice South Side of Public Squ»re Xas&to, Vii »n. "nl2 ITT M. HOWK. ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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