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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 November 1875

1 JSWTranscript. **&&&*J J....:. TtetMitT In Official Paper. 10 -Atwm Miira.- THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 4. IMK A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. Ia uetrdrau with a prafftios, at -onee wise Hd btatllnit, »e have We® accustomed a* the jraar is drawtng to clone to devote as oeca ma to humble expression of thank* to AN »i|kl Ov4 lor waMhu and dist nguih.d kntilt Itttowfd wpuB as «i Mtion, and for Mis-atercicsmidjtrutiiHioh -during the olesing .feat. Amid tbe rich and (rN Miju u«ot ot all vir adrtnUgti, we should n. forget the ••ore* from whenee they are derived' and ex told sur obligation tothe Fathers! all Mer ates. We have lull reason to renew uur thanks to Almighty tiod'ior favoT» "bestowed •yon during the pwt year. By bia eon timing mercy, civil a,d religious, liberty 'Vtv» been maintained peace has reigned witbift tw berders- labor and enterjirisr have presented their merited rewards, and to if is watchful providence we are indebted for •eeo...

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. — 4 November 1875

The Transcript. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNING. NOV. 4. 1S76. rtJIV, HEALTH AND WEALTH. All Interested having a Skating Park will-meet at Crandell ft French's Office next Saturday evening. Let us have a good turnout. Oleson A Nicholaisoa have wall brackets in great variety and in every HON. J. M. WYCKOFK, of LeRoy, made •us a call yesterday. The accommodation train going North leaves this city at 3 o'clock A. M. Sewing Machine Needles, Oil and Attach­ ments, at the Singer Office. 31 tf Mr. N. N. Thompson, of Marshall, con templates moving to Austin before long. J. Truesdell has hosts of new Boots and Shoes of the latest styles. 200 new piece* Sheet Music received tliu day at Bainl's. Remember that Austin A Cbtw are setting •tore*cheap now. 28tf Frank McWhorter has so far recovered from his late injury as to return to Wis­ consin. Money to loan on M-jncages, and Mort­ gages bought. Apply to Benj. Masou, o3ic« 4it Ormauso Allen. t4w We learn that ihe social party at Jones' Hall last ...

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. — 4 November 1875

2 AHM9 S||HlMr *nd Suicide* ST. LOOK, Oct. "37.—About 5 ^*w,wjftBas¥ for tlie Chroniclfc, called at the house Mrs. Flacliman, No. 916 North lfljh street, to see her. dauglUer Paulina, and after a few Moment's'conversation with the latter-shot-bar with-a derringer, tlie ball entering her left breast, 8 inches be- wovnd.Fojjg then 'drew a short daggi and sttrbbed liimatiH' twice in the lircast 2 inches btfow the nipple, audonde in the left side, under the arm, causing gdtfu [t*flpear$*hat ¥6ggm* girl, but she, being oiily 16 years of age, her itfothernpppsed U}?. wijjtcli, and hatl forbidden Fogs the house. This seems to a 2 A ing ^of%€sfWdMoy oYjtespair.lTe de. anced and hfmsr]£ Mr. John 8. SHWWriis. tlie eccentric old gentl^J^eawford who some fifteen or etgUtceu years ago predict, ed liis own death as soon to occur, aud who constructed at considerable expense a vault for receiving his remains, is not dead yet. SoR}e|w«ryear» since he fbiHighttmtallie bu&fehcases-'for his cat, "d...

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. — 11 November 1875

The O RATES OF ADVERTISING 0 A 1 ?.vi Column, one year $18.00 EXTEtt IIOTi.L Iiinui, 51 a 30.00 0*8 Ha 55.00 OU JOO.OO Cards of ftvo lines or leas, five dollars per year. Editorsal noticcs intended as advertise­ ments, twelve oents per line. JV'arriage uotice:', (jfty couts. Special notices six oents per Hue. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by Law. All transoient advertisements to be paid for in adv anee. HUMINKKS CAillftK. C. B. STAPLES, DENTIST. Offiee over Cleininer & Pooler's Drug Store, Corner of Ma nnd Mill Streets. 7tf DENTISTRY J. RABB, D. ®. S. JJa*ford's Block, Austin, Minnesota. Work exchanged for wood or oounlry pro­ duce. v7n50 A. ELDER, CLEBK OF THE DISTRICT COURT. Austin. iwer County. Minnesota E i\ v\s vLK^vmnmn. oaler in Farm I'u lie -viuare. Austin, Macliiuory, Salt, 0",-il, Litn*. rain, .fee., ic. O^ue ^Olltll Si W M. 1IOWK. HEUISTEK OF DEE1S. Im 'lool lotions for Man and B*ast. B. -if v'« »n .. -n!2 Mower Co Minn ^Vill «x.iuine fitles, |ay taxes fomn -x...

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. — 11 November 1875

•V The Transcript. TIE Cnnaty lias no Official Paper. -AUSTIN. KINK.- THURSDAY MORNlSffr, tfO\v. l't, 1S75 A. A. HARWOQfy Editor & Proprietor flUMK.SClM\r, PttOClAMATION. In ancordanoc with a practice, tt onecwiso •nd Itetulil'ul, we b»re born nceuotoined as the Mr dr*winj to a close to devote ail area •ion to an humble expression of thank? to. Al­ mighty God for consoles? and dist ffguMi-d benefits beitow.ed ion us ns n»(mn, and for Hi* mercies and protection dorian the closing year. Amid the rirh and' fre® enjoyment of all our adnmtnee.s wr should 01 forget the Wow therefore, I, Ulysses S, Crnuit, presi­ dent of the United States. do recommend that Thursday, the 25th day of Noueuiber, the people ,»f the United States, from their »c customed vocations, do assemble in their re­ spective |liccs of worship, and in su"h form a* may seem mist appropriate in their own hearts, ofif.-r to Almighty if I -it ack'iowl ro«*is and thanks tor all Jiis mercies, an tbrir humble |rtiyer« tor th...

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. — 11 November 1875

LOCAL MATTERS. THITR3UAT \fORJJlIftf fcOV. 11. 1875. Oleson A Nieholaison b'avo wall brackets In great variety and in every atyle. 2Stf See what Messrs. stiv about coal. Anderson & Itoyce Sewing Machine Needles, Oil and Attach­ ments, at the Singer Office. 31tf Messrs. Talmadgc & Bull keep only the choicest varieties of goods in tli^ir line. J. Truesdell has hosts of new Boots and Shoes of the latest styles. Remember that Austin ft Chase are selling •tores oheap now. 28tf Talmaclge A Ball have a lull supply of Fresh and Dried Fruits. LOOK out for a lar*'* stock of Drv '•Goods, in a fe»v days at Ilieh'iriU m's. tf They are to have a shooting match Blooming Prairie on the 24ih inst. Money to loan on Mor'age*. and Mort gages bought. Apply to Benj. Mason, office ef Ormans" Allen. tIw C. H. Slocnm. editor of the Blue trtli City Post, made us a eall yes'erday. Messrs. Talmul^i* & Bill sell sjoods in whole or in broken packages, and deliver them at any point in the city. •Oleso...

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. — 11 November 1875

Tbe Transcript. Thj Coimly lias no Official Pacer, Better Than ?iothiiig. A good old Methodist lady, very par­ ticular and very pious, once kept a board­ ing-house iu Boston. Stanch to her prin­ ciples, she would take no one to boxrrt who (lid not hold to the eternal punish­ ment of a irge portion of the race.. But the people were more intent on carnal com­ forts and spiiitual health, so that in time her house became empty, much to her grief and alarm. After some time a bluff old sea captain knocked at the door, and the old lady ans­ wered the call. "Servant, ma'am. Can you give me board for two or thre rfavs? Got my ship here, and shall be off soon a* I load." "Wa'al I don't know," said the old lady. "Oh,house full, oh?'' "No, but "But what, ma'am?" "I don't take any unclean or carnal people in my house. What do you be­ lieve?" "About what'-" "Why, do you believe that any one will be condemned "Oh, thunder! yes." "Do you said the good woman, bright­ ening up. "Well, how many souls ...

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. — 18 November 1875

Ike Transcript. RATS5 Or AD/E TrlSIMO On* ISiaifTa C«l«aa, on* ywr OxiQDiltTM One HALF 0»B OBM over Climmer $18.00 30.00 55.06 100.00 Cwdi of ft re lines or lets, five dollars per jHr. Kiiitoml notioes intended as »4wrtiie aseuts. tt«We cent* per line. l'*rri*|Hnotior, fftjr Mote. 8pecial inficM six ceurs per line. (.exit aotieti it the rates presort bed by Law. All transient advertiswanats to be paid for ia advance. 4'%KI»N. C. B. STAPLES, DENTIST. A Pooler's Drag 8'ore, Cvmr of Ma-c and Mill Streets. 7tf DENTT8TRY J. BABS, D. D. 9. Itusforit's Tihnfc. A irs/fw, 3fhi»c*oti Work exchanged for wood or country pro. duee. v7n50 A. ELDER, CLKRKOFTHB M8TKICT COURT. Anstin. Mower County, Minnesota T!j J1 l\ VAX VALKSNBl)llttlI. eater in Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime,rain, Ac., te. Office South Side of P«h!ie Square. Austin, Mi-*u. tilS Y\T M. HOWK. Vf REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non reside uts, Ae. Auntin. Minn. Fob. 1st. 1P75. 44 EXTER HOTEL. G...

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. — 18 November 1875

.... TL Con»g ten Official Pager. —AUSTIN. MINN- THURSDAY MORNING!, NO». 18, 1875. A. A. toARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor THANKSGIVING PJteqi-AMATIOJi. In aecordan^e Kith a practice. at one* wise and beautiful, we have been iMtutogud the year is drawingitovii.close'to dusote an ooca •ion to an humble expression at thatike to Al ui|ht.T Uoii lor ceaseless and distngui benefits bestowed upon ua as a nation, and tor lliit uieroie* nnii,prulMtii)ni(l«iki(4 N cloning year. Amid the rich and (re* enjoyment of all our advantages, we should n« forget the •ource from whence they are derived* «nt ex­ tend our obligation to the Father ot all Mer­ cies. We have full reason to renew our thanks to Almighty -God lor favors bestowed upon us during the past year. By his eon tiliuing mercy, civil and re'igious, 'liberty have been in*intaiped peace has reigned within our borders 'Mbnr and enterprise have presented their merited rewards, and to //is watchful providence we are indebted for security 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. — 18 November 1875

The Transcript. 10CAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORJIINU. NQVv-48. IS75. Oleson A Nicholaison have wallbraokirtx'iu great variety aud in every 23tf •8'v. Mr. M. ll Trig^s, of- Taopi, is abnit t« return to his old limne "in Illi­ nois. ..-OttTOD i% Ni-h.iliison keep in stock tint "assortment of oo fins, aud all kinds under­ takers goods. 2Stf Services at the Univ until further notice will comuaence at 10:45 a.m aiul 7:15 p.'ltt. ersalM Church •Money to loan tiu iriiig^. .*n4 Mort :gag-:* bought. Apply to Ben} M&son, office ol'Oriuanio Allen. t4w GEO BAIKD recently spent a week with "tii» family anil frien ls in this city, and he the performance •employed the time in inuking*Iitngs coin fort able for the winter Sewing Machine Needles, Oil and. Attaoh lents, at tbe Singer Office. Sltf 'GEO. FOOTR has established a Fruit and Confectionary Store in lite room receatiy vacated by Miss Sopcr. He will keep a fine variety, and endeavor to merit a share •of the trade. J. True?dcll ban hosts 'Shoes...

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. — 18 November 1875

TIij 10 Conity lias Olcial Paper. fviu ^urttlrtfu Hp sat at one side of tile. raw in a bi« white oak rorking chair She oullieoili side in a lit 1c wnite «ik rockiugchair. A lung-euml liter liouud, snapping ai flies, w»w by liU side b.isket of sewing by hers. Both rocked iucessiiutJy, that if, the young people, uol the Unjj una bnke. l#e si^jlia heavily aud hulks i'Ut /ii)! the .tt%cst window ai ucrape maple tree slit gighs lightly and ^azca out of the caM window—at the turnip patch. At last li remarks 'This is mighty good weather to pick •cotton Another sigh-broken stillness. "VVliiit's he good fur?" "What is who good fur?" said she ab­ stractedly. V'tur Jug, Cu*ncy." "Fur kclchit*1 'possunitf." Silcm:u of half an hour. '•He lo ks like a deer d»g." "Who looks* like a dcer d«»g¥" "Cooney." ^•"He'is— but he's kinder bellowsed an' gettiu' old at' slow uov. Aa' he aiu't no 'couut ni a cold trail." In the qui ten minutes that ensuicUlit took tw *tiU'..ius ia tbe quilt it was .• gorgeous ...

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. — 25 November 1875

The Transezipt. RATES OF AC VfeRTISElNG. ONR Claim Cttlmuu, one year 0«LLLMHTM O.f« it*tr On $18.00 30.IW 55.00 100.00 C»r.ls of Are lines or IOM, five dollars per year. Gliliiml notices intoned advertise­ ments. twnlve outs per tier. VnrrU^ti iintiita:', jfiy cent*. Speci-il IHC-J* si* .cents per line. Leg.il notices at the r*tcs prescribed by L»w. All transient advertiseiu -uts t# be paid for in »dv»noe. CHURCH J5IRECTORY. MBTUO'lISf EPWCUl'.iL CHUKCH.— Corner St Paul inii Bruise streets, Rev. il. J. Crist, I'ficior. Preaching OT»ry s»h kuih a? 10-i A m, aul 7J p. m. Sunday •ebool at noon. Prayer meeting tbursdn.v eveniegs- The public are cordially to these services. Bi. at 7:30 p. ni. Sunday school afier luortiiug service. Pr.-iver meeting Thurs day e.euiug at 7:30 o'clock. Pastor's resi­ dence on the corner of Maple and Green­ wich tlr««U. BAPTIST CHURCH.—Sorvices every Sab hath at 10:30 a. u. «nd 7:15 p. m. Sunday #ohool at 12 m. Prayer and conference meeting ur»day At 7:15 p. ...

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. — 25 November 1875

Transcript. TL Coonty has no Official Pant —AUSTIN, JWiW.- THURSDAY MQftNINu, NOV. 25. H7i. ______________________ A. A. IIA!JWO00, Editor & J^roprwstor Till'' LAST t)F EARTH. The Vice Pce^idtsl nf the United S'iUe« rests ia peace. Heiirx Wilson is deadl Acc »rd» «g *0 tlie rjveJuion-. act enee, the Sun,the gfe it c.:ut. i* -.it lli'j »r sy»te.n, co:iatH iilv drawing If und absorbing «u' by m.ic 4iu* less plan eta. upd thus Mi# fi-r.^ps and consli 11a tiwtts uinde-to disappear from their accu»* tma-ed places, to be evohed iigtiln In now t»r.H8 cmvlimioe with ihat meat law which designates nuititi us t-ke .pert" .uatttre and so Death wiili ic_. tiu g«Ti touches ic golden tuiv.ul of mum Jife. upd la a uever-cndi.ig succession tl mortals—in ob dic-pce to Ins behests approa -lae portals of liicdouib iug asub .tUU.eaVinly lilt! for ill at htghcr condition ,,f .-pi ritual existence which the Divine Father has established for all those \vlio are created in his image,— hence Ave marvel ...

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. — 25 November 1875

The Transcript. LOCAL MATTERS. niiias'JvY r?nc*«*. sov. 25. ih-5. TUi»ik*.?ivin.r t» d»y. 0l«4 .t Vichtl«Min hive wall bwketa mi |r«4t inttv vi I in every style. I8lf O •». W. II »Sim »n. E is builds-is $10,(K)t) lw lliu^ in Clrc 111* recent idvaiice 111 lli'lg»Bi«« affect e'lher wheat or rt oir. Hf.ick »»i I fin# ij irtmiiiif •»t' »I1 h» Is in their line. S ore *111 ,1 01 »tM». 28tf I Lot »he Uni servirc at the Baptist •in Oransre count v. New go t» »r nice turning ^0 to M.^rs. 0?sm Jb Nicholaison. They are fully prepared and are ingsonie excellent work. A ItiROAiv MR S »mKB chnrch th! occ:nioii of a ^ener- gj.jppi^jr j0 Owatnna. She has :al attendance. wriiteii a history of the Bi-i.d'-r tamily, lUr.l Co it. 0^,^.77",, n,-n3r f,r ile. whicli will slMiily he printed and ulleml 4he*p. »rlo' situ, Jf». 3, bus been used to the public. .»lout Ire mths. Inquire »c ftpta-opal lfyou w*ni 4 jivliiih Bo.tt tnnil* pefjted iir frid t« jump a i'ew gnrden fences, and iHiratl, S«rin'n. Non« l»ur...

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. — 25 November 1875

Tin Coaaty has no Official Paper. CUllAfltiVtt* The (tore was cold and the kettle wouldn't boil, 60 she tiltjd the eu and poured *11 ^itU« oil to tuaet the man who blow oat the gas. QUfca call a great many_ people out 19 church. To (1 busi^c&0 & man must have dollars and sense. The ltoinaus urijted their dead we earn our living. 'Men who flnh tor compliments don't care how dirty the water is. It is difficult to tell how much a fish will wcigii by looking at the scales. Quills art things that are sometimes taken from the pinions ol one goose to spread the opinions of ^another. A Pennsylvania printer who is the fath­ er ot twenty-six children, is puzzliug him­ self to account for the hard times. It is warm for the season around the Leader office of Cleveland, Ohio. The man and woman of whom the Leader told that she sawed his leg off ur« making it warm., G«Ahenug autumn leaves was formerly a fastiionable ainusemoui, but sii.ee Uic ir­ ruption of the pinch-back dress ihe gath­ 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. — 2 December 1875

I RATES OF ADVERTISEIMC. On* Krairi Column, $18.00 S0.00 55.00 100.00 WI JIH QXSQUARTCS Oiilur 0»» ii ii Card* of fir* lines orlees, .fire dollars per year. Kditorsal notiees intended adrertise «Mti, twelve arati par line. i'wrlt|t Mtieta, ifty eeats. Speelal notices aiz oisti per H*e. U(tl aotiees it the rates prescribed kj Law. All trantelent advertisements to belaid fer ia advanoe. OMUROM_DIRECTORY. llfifDODI3T EPISCOPAL CHURCH •Corner of St. Paal end Bridge streets, Rer. U. J. Cri.t, Pastor. Preaching every Sab tah at If} a. m, and 7i p. n. Sunday school at noon. Prayer meeting Thursday evenings- the pablio are cordially invited to these serveees. "COI^OREOATIONAL CHUUCM.—On the waef of St. Paal aud Mil streets. Iter. if. S. Wright, Pastor, tferrioe at 10:3«"a. a. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday sehool after morning service. Prayer meeting Thars 4ay evening at 7:30 o'elook. Pastor's reei- demco oa the corner of Maple and Green­ wich streets. BAPTIST CHURCH.—Service* every Sab­ bath at 10:...

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. — 2 December 1875

The —AUSTIN. MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 2, 1S75. A Ail WOOD, Editor & Eroprieto -ui IT W A LIE and it WAS told by Mr. A. Hotchk iss. That $50 was not sent by the Committee of the First CMgressiuual District, to be used in defray ing Mr. Ir gens travelling expenses and in staging that it was,'he praying Mr. Uotehkiss tells another lie. We mvcr said that Alr.Dun uell promised HS the State Superintenden cy. We have said Jhe ,promiat!d(und he did promise without .having been requested by us) to useiiis influence in,pur behalf. Mr. llotoltkiss dniliis .last paper says "Mr. IJar wood rehearsed "what he claimi-d to .know of .his (Dnnnell's) having bartered away the educational interests of the State for a consideration in the selection oi'.a uniform system of text books." We now challenge Uotelikiss to print what we ''rehearsed" him of that matter, or to -stand a second time a-self convicted liar. Again we nev­ er—to 'Hotehkiss nor to any other man "confessed," that the said hauling...

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. — 2 December 1875

Thursday 'f 2 The Austin Cornet Band, assisted by f" *pme of our bVtl vocal taleut, will give a fis*«tneert at Jones' Hall, Triesday evening, December 14rt»-. .v&it.'.iio to Chandler Bro's Syrup. 3. II. J. -M.u »r i:tulactu«y of uud deal «t'.il lli Kl(lds of IBf iiiul I' -Hlgli il' kilt-'-appears in the Tha.nsckipt t.«is \vi«k •wftn'ftn advertisi'iut-nt of his tmiucs. He is nn mrg tic joung niau at \\u hope ho will succeed ''U TheTnmeript. LOCAL BUukcts! tSUnkut.! iii.tni (s! can be t'oaul at (jui.z** 111 etui e.-8 varrety Hard Coal, American Baso Burner for sale, cheap. Parlor size, No. 3, has been used about five munths. Inquire at Kpiscopal Parsonage. 30-tl On Wednesday of this week, at the Catholic Fair iu Jones1 Hall, the Wax Doil was awarded to Carrie Swan, sne re­ ceiving o(i2% votes against 503^' for Ma may Keney. tf 41,679. What uieans (hi* magic number? It uieans that tbe Singer .tf.t:iuiaci.uriug C-juipauy sold the^abore auml^r (if Sewing Mutoiaes iu i*74. Oleson A 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. — 2 December 1875

-Jltm L'wj Kctixpi**bly '4ltr best tunfiihetf ttork vj the J?'% kittd erer pukliahtd. ...*•" XtLUSTRATBO. I i: 'i Notice**f Ac Api'. /. The eTfr-iBonwipi elroalation of this j' celleit monthly proyw iM watiSHtd adapta­ tion to popular desirs and DMII. Indeed, when we think into bow many IM homes it penetrate* every month, we *ui»t ooa»ider it' one 01 the educators writ entertainers of the public minds.---Itoiton Globo. The character which the Hi|uiae posse» •el for variety, enterprise, artistic wealth, and literary culture Chat has kept pace with, if it has not led the times, should cause its conductors to regard it with justifiable r.om plsocney. The Magasine has done good and not evil all the days of its life.—Brooklyn Eagle. Pome of the most popular of modern nov­ el* bare appeared as aerials in this Magai ne. In all respects, it is an excellent periodical, and fully deserves its great sucoess.—Phila­ delphia Ledger. TEMMS: Postage free to all eabsoribera ia the Uni­ ted States. ...

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. — 9 December 1875

Ctrds of five Jiqesw ten, five dollarsper 7»r. Klttorsal notices intended 11 vlvertise ments. twelve cent* p«?r line. & arriage notice ', fifty cents. -Special uoliCM si* ecnts per liue. Legtl. aotim, i»t the rates prescribed by L4W. All tria-asiont lrertiwucaU to be paid for in advance. CHURCH JMRECTORY. MKTIIOOISl KPISCOPAL CHUKCII. Corner St Paul ml Bridge streets, Kev. II. J. Crixl. P»i"Wr. Pnach nic every Sub »?4atb a 10$ a ui and 7J p. ui. Sunday ,*yh iMn. ^rfivvr awtinK l'bur«l»,v eWaiagir jli« p«)blio art uurdially, mv ted skm •*$*»'..•...... CON(1KEOATI«»N\L CHURCH.—On th» corner ol St. Paul and Milt 'streets. K»v. C. E. Wright, Pastor Service at I0j.1« a. Bi. atd 7:30 p. m. Sunday school niter luttiiiitig service. Prayer meeting Thura day euiog"At 7:30 o'clock. Ptslor'a *ed nor on the coraer ol Miiplu an Green Wirt streets.* ..,1! SAPTtST CSinHC'l.- S -rvice? every S .h bath at 10 30 a. ui slid 7:15 p. m. Sunday schmd ii 12 in. P- and conference meeting uesda* a» 7:15 ...

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