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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 9 December 1875

TIL" COtlltT 4dS is JL OffldBl Pap 10 —AUSTIN. MINK,— THURSDAY MOttNINtf i)'EC. 9. 1875. A. fLVftYVOTOD, Editor & froprieto Tlie Presdmt'a Mein|i' Tbis document wasnransmilted'to Con greas on Tuesday Inst and rind -by one of the clerks. It cemtiuua lut vrry little that in nny sense new, and absolutely noth­ ing in theory that haa not for somr months been the subject of discussioniu the pub lie press. The'Priesidrnt entitled'ta credit tor eepifnsing but ohe side of any question tvhich tic presents for the con aulentti'.'n fef Congress. We like liisliiib it of taking one side of the the "fence."— It is easy to find him. Our relations to other powers are friendiy and we '"aVe^ab­ solutely at peace with the whole world.— At the close of the Message ihe President re-capitulates the points which he-deems inipoitant and we reproduce^ tlftm »s they contain nearly all"the pilh that lhire is in the entire. paper.' ItKCAPITULATlOK. As this will be the last annual message which lsliall tho ...

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. — 9 December 1875

•Hie LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY- VOFTSINU. DEC. 9. 1875.:master Oleson A Kicholaison have wall brackets great variety and in every sty le. .. TSt'l' Qo to Sclileudur'a for a nice aett/f jew clry. to Chai.dler Bro'a lor pure Maple Syrup. 35-«4 LOOK out for a large stuck of Dry Gwua, iu a fe* day*, ai Uicn.,rdatii'!». it All note the change of tioie iii tne .-.ri ival at.d dt-pur.uicol Kuii ilUiliS. J. True»dell tuts liuata oi new aud *6hoes oi tb* Uttat atjlea. Sciiieudur has the latest styles in silver mid pYuel ware. Keuicmlier ibm Auntiu A Cbitae are selling •«(o*«a cbeap n»w. i8u iil .a Go go stud see if he lias nut got som- lliing th:it you want. Ae livs quite a variety. Chandl Br is. have a cellar ch 'ice vegetables. full of 35-w4 Mt II. Lu.iL-1 i. iitli if up hii store 'wit.i ihiug- .re aud euri^u?, aud wi fiuU retiU\ |.urciiHsii3. BUukettf! UUnketi! Bl.tnk -la! cau bo fo\ikid mt UUUI'K in eul em v*no: and at atrtiu«l low prices, kxauiiae ana's dt»oa. 3i JuJjff 0nuai,7..» Aliiu a...

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. — 9 December 1875

iimitiniu u!ii^Jivu!i4WII»iWil, 4 Hi Buiku if $ii ,\jiL* SJOlli of iSov mber, lt?27, an old HVM ilbUieuaiuu ofCouitlil died in West jff.fo.ftj yf tii« purliuu* of E linburgli. H« with itiiiii Uiinxd Win. H»re, «jd^iving Lim four jiounds. Hi* credtt\saw l»ut ne wny of reimbursing hi .'»»•*!£• Niid' tlint whs by disposing »t'll»e th ol tniau'd Hy i» tin- dneiora. liart fuu aruitdv acc .inplicujiO" Wui. Hurke. annt ior raaii. uud alsnTomvilf bis ItMlg.-rs. ,i» d. W is rcim»vi d-i'i nit the ftiu, au.*'.' )Mg of I liner's l»i.*:k subs: iluted I'm it Tl«- )i(! was si wwi iliv»n in.tl tin iujii-al wont off a.** u^uil. Tli« S i.ue everting Hare mid Binke stealthily re^ tired to tin- university, and tin cling a U'i Pi they:.rd, aked fr the room oi' .\loihrot\ tlie Pr feasor of the Anat ii«). Tin- Muduit hiijjx n« to he a pu _piL.u..KiM.x', and upon discovering n.eii er.d, lie advistd tlnui to try KihxV place in Surgeons' Square. Tin re the\ •*8 the body for iOs.. a large sum IV .eti, and ver...

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. — 16 December 1875

At Transcript HATES OFAWTERTISEINC, O.vk Bioura Column, one yesr OllQlMttTIK W 0*« Half Oft A JOHN WALSII, $18.00 30.00 f.o.OO 100.00 lines or leu, £r« lialltn per Curtis of &rt 'jear. B'litorwl notices intended Bents, twelve cents per line. h' arriage notices, fifty cents. as advertise- Special notices six cents per ltu«. Leg.il notices at the rates prescribed by I.tir. All trasseicat advertisements to be paid for inadvanse. l.. CHURCH WBlStgRY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.— -Cortiur of St Pttl 'tid Br)4(e itrrel*, Rev. 41. J.-CriM, tP»«tar. Preaohwit every Sab­ bath at ami 74 p. in. Sunday school at nontf. iP.ntyer meeting Thursday tmings1 The putnic arc swtikt^ iut ittd •to the^e services. COTWiREGATION AL CHURCH On th* cuiw of St. foal uuit Mill street*. R*v. C. E. Wright, Pu(or. Service *t lb3 a. m. and 7:30 p. a. Sunday school after morning service. Prayer meeting Thurs day evening at 7:30 oVlock. Pa«tr*s resi­ dence on the corner of Maple and Ureen wicb utrcell. BATTIST CH...

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. — 16 December 1875

N HkWt las —ATOTW.-UIMM.- THURSDAY MORNING. DEC. 16, 1375. A. A. IIARWOOD, Editor. & i'rGiukito "if IIS A-LifE." Mr. Hotcbkiss some time ago tolil a luccesoiOD of falsehoods about us, and we promptly ck aoiiQcetf him for the villainy of his acts, aad challenged him to publish anything that we'ever snidto liiiiiwliichlte cl.tinis to have-been slanderous ef any one, or untrue. This he avoids doing, but stiil contiuucrhis falsehoods. Wc uow no­ tice hUnt/hly to say that many of the be#t ttewiip ipcri of the Suie—imny prouiiueut pre»s correspondents and pri vale citizens almost without number, unite in proclaiming him to lie a com aon liar, both through his paper and by .thewnrd of mouili, aud we unhesitating­ ly concede that they speak the truth con cerning'hhn. It is not therefore incum­ bent upon us to take any notice ot what be says. A man who habitually disre­ gards the trath, is entitled to no consid­ eration—not even to common courtesy. The Mate Census. The secretary of state...

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. — 16 December 1875

t:- -rv I- Tfanjwript. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY ^OR.^INU, DEC. 16. 1*75. DORH& WOLD'Sspecialties for the Holi­ days are numeroiy^qd rare. Oleaon A Nicbolaisou bm« wall bracket* in great variety and tu evary style. 28tf 11^ \Vhcat is away down, tf. 2 briuging only a^uut 75 cents per bushel. Go to Chandler Bro's lor pure Maple Syrup. 35-w4 The Public Sciiooia will cluae to-mor­ row and will uot re-open uutil after .New Year. I«OOK out for a large stock of Dry tiooda, iu a few days, at Hichtrds. m's. tf Attention i« called to- the tax notice pauiniieJ by I. Itiguiandson, County Treasurer. Remember that Austin Chase are veiling stoves cheap now. 28tt If you want a really beautiful "book go to Dorr & Wold's aud examine sotue that they have in their show case. Chandler Bros, liave a cellar full of choice vegetables. 35-w4 Austin enjoys tlie convenience afforded' •by two mails per day each wuy to aud from St. Paul. Blankets! Blankets! B-ank -t«! can bo found at tium's in end ess var...

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. — 16 December 1875

l/ fo the Rm,1 and frnoMl myrrt/ of Uc Late W. B. Astor. iNw York ^Tribune, Nov. 27. Tbe irill of Uie late Willipm JR. Astor lins not yet ,lM.'en,]irc#en2(^l fur ^probate in the fStlrntg^te's.offlcc. Jit ,1s e^poqti-d to be 4 loftgdqcmuent, suchai would -fill sever­ al Colutainsof tl»c -^Vibune. There ha: been mqe.h speculation ut |o tl*e value of the rrnl aqd personal^rcipcrty lrfl ly Mi. Astor. Some «if the BiMnfd an alleged by cxperkncid financiers to be simply ridiculous. By some the value of Mr. Astur's real and persona) property was -placcd as high as.$sj00,Q00.0C0,.while veiy many estimate at not less than JtlGO,. 000,000. In the obituary of Mr. Astoi printed in {he Tiibune the estimate of hit property was given as uot to excied $50, 000,000. Those whose opinions are en titled to weight say that tfiis is probably nearer right than the larger estuiiates. A gentlijnan who^c word carries weight in matters of this Jtind said that a fair basis on which to figure would be $15, 000,...

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. — 23 December 1875

Ike Tiftnscript. •RATESOF ADVERTISEINC. 'O.xe RIUHTII Column, one year •ON* QOABTER Oxa HALF •Ohk $18.00 30.00 55.00 100.00 Card* of Qve lines or leas, five dollar* per year. fiditorstil notices intended as aivertise uents, twelve-cents per line. Marriage notices, fifty oents. Special notices six eents per line. Legal notiees at the rates, prescribed by Law. All transcient advertisements to''be paid for in advaaee. CHURCH _DlRECTORY. '.METHODIST EPISCOPAL CIIURCII.-- Corner of St. Paul and Bridge streets, Rev. II. J. Criht, Pastor. Preaching overy Sab bath at 10$ a, and 7J p. a. Sunday school at noou. Prayer meeting Thursday evenings* The publie aro cordially invited to these servieea. •CONGREGATIONAL CIIURCII On the oorner of St. Paul aud Mill streets. Rev. C. E. Wright, Pastor. Service at 10:33 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school after morning service. Prayer meetirfg Thurs­ day evening at 7:30 o'clock. Pastor's resi­ dence on the corner of Maple and Green with streets. IBAPTIST CI...

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. — 23 December 1875

,* ..' .. ':V •h'' ur. :.!• *"i The -Cou&ty k:«»Official Paper. -AUSTIN. HINif- THURSDAY MOilNING, Dl-C- 23. 1575. A. A. EARWOOB, Editor & Proprielo LET THE HEART £E GLAD. Next Saturday will be ChviMivia^. a day sacred tiiringiiout the civ ilized world May its hallowed ass-ici itiiui* serve to re-consecrate all hearts, and to perpetuate that era of peace anil god v/ill which was ushered in with the Uirth of tlu St». vior, who has enjoiaed upon ns perpetu­ ally to "do as wc W3Ul»l that otherssh uld do unto U8." If wc obey liia commind and emulate the example c»r Ills lioly life wc sh-tU experience in some m-auire the fullness of that joy which rezults from a consciousness of having Him tor our lri$d. Mnv Christmas he a merry time. Minr-C3ftta'? cumbers of Congress start in quite low on tl»e committees. 31 r. Dtinmll is at. the foot of the committee on .cmnmer.C'.', Mr. Strait at the p2.uk end of •that on military ntiaii°9, and Mr. King .constitutes the tail end of the committ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 December 1875

The boaeiijii LOCAL MATTERS. THUtlfeDAY StORNINtt. DEC. 23. 1S75. the Catholic society are putting anew curpct in the Altar of their Cathedral. :Oteson 4 ^Sichblaison have wall brackets in £roat variety ahd in every Jatyle. 28tf (!. J. Short and wife have charge of the ^Brownsdale school. They have the repu­ tation of titing good teachers. 'Go to Chandler Bra's for pure Maple ^Syrup. 35-w4 C. S. Barbotir, 'teaches the Waltliaui school,Dist. No. 5&. He 'ia one of the best educators in the couriiv. LOOK out for a large stock of Dry Qooils, iu a few days, at UichaT^sou's. tf 3ttarston Bros. & Lawrence of Browns lnile, arc using straw for tuel ill their grist mill and they like it very much. 'Rcmetaber that Austin Gei. A Sleeper & Son are finishing a store at Brownsuale, which they will soon fill with drugs &c. Blankets! Blankets! Blankets! can be found at Gunz's in end'ess variety and at extremely low prices. Examine Gunz's Stock. 35 Messrs. Oleson A OLESON A Nicholaiso...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 December 1875

ft Tie Transcript. Hip Anatomical. Any person who has read dally paper yhiT Ui« last ,ar caunot have fniiod to no tic* bow often newspaper, paragraphs Jut at big eara, big foet,' eyed people, and at young men who part their hair in the centre. The woman who has a No. 6 shoe or liai ft big ear id bu/'Q to be ftuind out and paragixphtd. and it has got to that pitch where the public are asked to consider such persons almost, in the light of criminals. say I deem it duty to give tbe public spme facts wiii^ii,I, haws taken paii?a to collect: Last winter:}lrs.fParsons, of Wiscon •in, who. wears a No. 7 shpe and makes »U tlie dishes in the house rattle when she crones the floor, shot and killed two hears, having neithtr aid nor encourage­ ment from her husband. Not a single case can be cited where a Wisconsin wo­ man wearing a No. 3 shoe ever killed a bear or came within a mile and a half of being a heroine, Let the newspaper par­ agraphs get over this fact if they can. Five or six weeks 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. — 30 December 1875

RATES OF ADVERTISING. EIOBTH Column, one year t)** QU4RTKR On lUtr jOIIN WALSII, $18.00 30.00 55.00 100.00 Card* of five lilies or less, i&ve dollars per year. EJitorsal nolifecs intended as advertise teents, twelve Cents per line. KHiriagtBitictj, fifty eatta. Speeikl boti&e# lit cents per line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All transcient advertisements to be paid for in advance. CHURCH J31RECTORV, llEtftODIST EPISCOPAL ttntRCH Corner of St. Paul and Bridge streets, Rev. II. J. Critt, Pustor. Preaching every Sab­ bath at 10$ a. m, and 71 p. in. Sunday school at noon. Prayet meeting Thursday •evenings- The publto are edrdially invited to those services. tONURKGATIONAL CIlt!R€II. -0n the corner of St. Paul aud Mill streets. Rev. C. E. Wright, Pastor. Service at 10:33 &. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school after morning service. Prayer meeting Thurs­ day evening at ?':30 o'clook. Pastor's resi­ dence ton the corner of Maple and Ureeb* ^ri'ch streets. BAPTIST C...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 30 December 1875

-Awm unm." HVRSDAY MORNING, DEC. 30. isri. A. A. II All WOOD, Editor & Proprietor H.*PfV XEW I EAR. Next Suturdny will be the beginning of he' New Year. The old ooe will thee ex !»t oajy ifi memory. In a short time it •will be bat a chroniclc, a mere leaf in the history of time, and although densely crowded with facta and experiences it VfiH'be but a little while that any cxcept the antiquarian or the curious concern­ ing the world's progress will interest them Helves in the persons and things of 1875 Ve soon forget our correction with the and hH that rkara-ct»rlz«id it. The prcseat is the supnmie moment of earthly «-*istence. Now is the point in liieh all ages focalize. Men and achievements of nthfer times serve bat to excite the ambi­ tion and quicken thu energies of tho sen­ tient ones of to day. For chronological purposes we separate time in periods unci thus adopt twelve months as one year, but practically each succeeding moment is the -commencement of another age, and each...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 30 December 1875

The Transcript. LOCAL MATTES. THURSDAY MORNING, PEC- 50, 1S75. A bran new cuttcr for sale. Enquire at tk is office. tf. Oleson A Nicholaison have wall Vraekets in great variety and in every style. 2Stf Clergymen are requested to notify J. McGrath of tlieiT desiTe to obtain half Hire tickets. LOOK out for a large stock of Dry Goods, in a few days, at Richardson's, tf "Charles" and the "Colonel" have "kiss •ed and made up." What slabbering there must have been. Remember that Austin A Chase arc celling stores obeap now. 28tf One of Smith's American Organs,—the "best made, for sale. Enquire at this of ticc. Blankets! Blankets! .Blankets! can 'be found at Gunt's in end'ess variety and at eatrenely low prices. Examine Gunz's Stock. 35 Messrs. Olcson A Nicholaison, Furniture Dealers and Cabinet makera have a large stock and a:fine assortment of all goods in thoir line. Store and shop on Bridge «treet. 2Stf Great preparations are being made for the New Tear party which will be given at .Jon...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 30 December 1875

Tor I .xiSSB OBSATEEPtJTiTIOH Which Vegftine has attained ia all parti of the mount ry is a GBEAt AND GOOD MEDICINE, and tbe large number of testimonials wblcb are constantly being received from persons who hare bieu cured by its use,are coiiclusiv* Eroof of its great valh«. If is recommended pbysieiahs and apothecaries. As a i/luod Purifier and Health Restorer, it has no equal. Vegetine is not prepared for a fancy drink •ade from oor liquors, which debilitates the system and tends to destroy health In­ stead of restoring it. Aie io« the many testimonials given for the tiifferrnt complaints Mtiafuiory to any reasonable person* suffering from disease that they ean be eured Head the different testi­ monial* giren, and no one can doubt. In many of theee cust-s the persona vav that" tboir pniaatid suffering cannot bo expressed. aaisTcaies of borotula, where, apparently thvjtohole body was one mass of corruption. If yegitian will relieve pain, cleanse, purify utfin iucb dimni, restoring ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 6 January 1876

The Transcript. DATES OF ADVERTISE!*!©. Q*B BIOIITB Column, one year QoimR ONE H*i.r Qig V«UN£F.U.- 13.00 30.00 55.00 100.00 Cuds of Ufa lines* or loss, dollar* per yw»*. KMitorsal notices intended aJvertue taents, twelve cents per line. Carriage notices, fifty cents. Speoi&l aoticos six. cents per line. LegU notico* at the rites presort bed bj Uw. All trausoieut alvortisomouts to be paid for in advanoe. CHURCH JDIReCTORY, METHODIST EPISCOPAL CftttRCII.— Corner of St. ISftl md 'streets, Rer. II. J. Cri»t, P»ttor. Prfnctlitttt every S»k* b»tfa«tl0i% tt, and 7J p. m. Sunday •chortt At WOO. Prayer meeting Thursday evening?' the public are cordially invited to these services. CONttREOATIOKAL CHURCH.—On th» corner of St. Paul and Mill street*. Rev. C. E. Wright, Pastor. Servije nt 10:3« a. BI. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday wbool after morning service. Prayer meeting ^Thurs­ day evening at 7:30 o'clock. Pii*tor resi­ dence on the corner of Maple ani Green wich streets. BAPTIST CHURCH.—S«rrico...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 6 January 1876

Tbs Connty his 113 He 0 tiSciilte ."H'Ji -AUSTIN, MINN.- ftlfURSDAY .MOU'XTKG, JAN 0. KTJG the Legislature and it is no disparage- Hos. D. Buut, sioners as to the.uiode which they should gain iutoruvi'.h.n concerning the several j',u ^ut applicants—their scholastic attainments, wjv Unless we mistake the views of the members there is a determination to re­ trench not alone in matters of State inv •portance but in local expenditures. It is appar&nt that we shall never be in any condition which is favorable to the prac­ tice of economy, so we may as well be­ gin now as later, there should be no in­ crease of municipal indebtedness except for improvement* which are positively indispensible, mid appropriations from the State Treasury should be made only in-cases of uiulyvibtjed expediency. The large republican nnijoriiy will render the republican party responsible for all that is done, hence for party reasons great dis­ cretion should characterize the action up­ on every measure. We ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 6 January 1876

lie Transcript. LOCAtMATTERS. THURSDAY MOK .IN'U, JAN. 8, lt76. A brnn new cutter for sale. Enquire at this office. tf. it iv a re to ll'ivc "vi.i :i: •_,ciuc pi-iaitdthis WilltlT. Olcson 1 Nicbolaison have wall brackets in great variety an in every style. 2Stf WeUopC the Dramatic reading which will be given lu xt week may be a suc­ cess. The proceeds will be used for the benefit of llic Reading Rooms. Look out for a large stock of Drv Goods, in a few days, ht Richardson's, tf fhwew be services in the Universal is! hi'ivh on Thursday, Friday and Sat. urd.iv wc.rtfcgs of tins week. Seats free. All arc fnvit'll. Remember that Austin A Stores bow. Chase iflw Soow has catne, 30 have thusa -oJs at Uaird'4. Olksox A t.'in 1 J. True-idull Ljs linsts ot !lit- I'.tti-t .«»vlr^. selling 2Stf I. Ingniundson, County Tiossurtr, pre­ sented his bond for a sicoud term, and it having been approved by the Commission­ ers, was placed on 'file. One of Smith's American Organs,—the best made, for sale. ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 6 January 1876

Thm Wklikr Rtn|. THE NEWS IN WASHINGTON. fFprelal Telegram to tha later-Ocean. WASHINGTON, Dec. 26.—The Inter* Ocean of Saturday readied here tbia eve­ ning, and, although it was Sunday night, as soon as it was known that it contained •tartling developments on whisky mat* WT3 copied were in great demand. The article occasioned considerable surprise, although persons claimed tiicy had for some time been expecting a movement of thai character. Cten. Babcnck's house was besieged with hie friends and newspa­ per correspondents desiring to know the truth of the statement that be intended to make disclosures unpleasant to Bristow hut be was not at home, having gone to New York on Saturday on business. lie ia expected to return to Washington on Tuesday. Secretary Bristow was also visited by a griat many people to learn what he had to say in regard to tlis mat ter. He said as far as the accusations, against him iu reference to his connec tion with the whisky frauds previous to the exposure ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 13 January 1876

••±*SBS SBBTifr Ike Transcript. WKTESOF ADVERTISING, Oam RIOHTR Ctrdi of Ifi Unas or less, firo dollars per year. Editorsal notices intended as advertise aients, twelve eents per line. arriage notices, liftj eents. Speeial notices six eents per line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by Lk*. All transient advertisements to be paid for in adranee. CHURCHJHRECTORY. ME^IIODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.— Vomer St. Paul nod Bridge street*. Rev. ll. J. Crii, *pH*for. "Prrnching every fah- Tiath at 10) a in and 7} p. 'ta. Sunday sehool at nom. Prayer meeting Thursday evenings* The public are cordially invited to these services. COJftfKKGATI'WAT« CHURCfl—On th» turner ol St. I'»U and Mill street*. CHRIST CnURCII.—-Episcopal. Sunday serviAs at 10J a. m. and 7$ p. in. Sunday -efctdil at 9J a. m. All are lovingly invited I. J. TowMiB.it, Rector. SCANDINAVIAN LUTHERAN CnURCII. ---Services every other Sabbath. Sunday -sehool every S ibbath at 2 o'clock p. m. Rer. P. O. OSTBT. Pastor. CATHOLIC CHURCH...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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