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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 20 July 1871

Poetry, THE MANGO TREE. BY P. KIN08LHY. Hb wiled mo through tho fur/.y rrofl Ho wilcti mo down the Kami Inur. II" loltl liitt lioy'n love, Holt iimiI oil, t'util I told him mtuc ii.iiin. Wu mnrrlcd and wn sntlcd the main A dolilirr and nwilillurV wife. Wc inuri lM cl iiir,)ii::li tunny a burning |laiu Wo pij-'liod for ninny ft gallant llfo. Bui his (lod kept It pnfo from harm. lie lolled, mill durod mid earned -oinm»nn. A'«l tliive three strlpi'* upon litr* Our htiii Wore more to me limn ^'ol«l »r t.i'i't. 8uro ho would win *omo irri'«t r0"'n"': |i\e*4 were hiliiren -ono, two tltrco, ine week I liad them, Mlthe and found. Tim "W I'eneaih lids inanp-lroc, Ity liim iii Icirrark burying ground, I fit hone at lithe maniro nhado: I live my live years' life all o'er Hound yonder xtemn hW rliildren played Ho uioiiuled guard at yonder door. 'Tlii I, not they, ntn 'one mul dead They live they know: 1tir feel, thoy (ice. Their fcpiriUi liu'lit the golden fliudo Uttneath tho Uinl mauu'O tree. ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 20 July 1871

J. T. THE TRANSCRIPT.!Pri,tcstan,i!im -AUSTIN, MINN.— TIIl'RSDAY MORNING,.»l-LY IS. 1.-71. Repnblican State Convention. Thi Twelfth Aimiirtl Republican State Con billion will be liclj at St. Pnul, ou Wednesday the 20tli day ofMoptmber, A. D„ 15*71, at 11! M., for the purpose of nominating eandilatr.4 ftr the following State oflioor* to bo filled At the-next general election, viz tlOVEUNOil. 1.1El"rV.X A NT i: NO K. PEt'tt'ETA It OF STATE, tSTATK TK Af I' It E It, ATr'.-li.N KY HKNEItAI,. and TWO ASSOCIATE l!H'l'I(.'Erf OF THE SI"' PRE ME COt' KT. The api ortiov.inont of Delegate*, which has" een determined upon, is bused upon the Re publican vote for Congressmen in 1.-70, a* fol- kmi One delegate fur each L'iO vote* or nuiji fraction tlicriof nud also one for each county at largo. Anoka ilrnnt 1 Redwood .,2 Beckor, .. 1. Ilen-eiiii) .. .1." Kvuville ...'t Bcuton 1 Houtou 6 Rice llluc Fartli,. ..0 Nauti Hock ..1 llrown, .Jitckgou .' 2 St. I.otiii,,,, Uig t'U'lie... ..1 itnitbrc 1 Sro...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 20 July 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. LOCAL MA TTERS- AUSTIN, MINN 3ra 13» ml- County Directory. Auditor -John P. Williams, A«s»«» Treasurer John B. Irgcn»• Keg. of Deeds, ^iiUams, Leroy. Hunt. of Sehool JohnT. WIIII»«" Judge of Probata Jg*o wheeler, Hi JSTKt Surveyor .(leorge W. Clough, County CommiMionerS- Firit District Wm. II. Ilowe, Lansing 3nJ H. E. Tanner, Mower City. C. J. Felch, Hamilton. 4th J. McKee, Le Roy. Atk 14 Alanson Bosch, Lyle. AUSTIM POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL A*» K1PARTCRK OT MAIL*. Cloie*. Arrivts. ..:„I2 30 ....12:30 ....12:30 Kaitern, (daily,)... 'ar.thern, (daily).. HmfJUora, (daily).. Nevada, Friday, .. ....2:00 ...2:00 ...2:00 ...2:00 ...2:00 tlfTlUB, Rose Creek, Saturday*, 12:30 No mailt arrive or depart on Sunday. Office hours from 8 a. n». to 8 p. m. Money order* issued and during officeboura. U""' r**',t"reJ A. E. MBIGK., P. F. A. DAY, Assistant. M. Mil A St. P»«l Tim© T»W«. IOWA AND MINNESOTA DIVISION. Teek effeet May 2l«t, 1871, at 4 Veloefc, P. M....

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 20 July 1871

Somnambulists* Tnre cop walkers who go from room to room, aid tiro very busy in a sort of world ft in. if own, without actually composing new intisif or writing new compositions, are mum nms. The Morning Chronicle, in Inu nccouut of a scamati who opt lor :v nijrh* at sin inn in York. Wish irig 11 lit- en'U'il t-arly ur\t morning, and Knowing Itim.-olf to be a heavy sleeper,he .iu-e-U-.i tin' cli.'tnibcnnnitl tocome into his k'oiu in.I call him, if he did not hear her Ivti'H'k it I lie tloor. Waking when the Miit is 111l 11 in the heavens, he felt rer l.titt Unit he hud slept far beyoiul the propel' time but looking lor his watch to know the hour, he l'oiimi ttint it was not in iis place un-ier the pillow, where he had placed it. lie jumped out of bed to dress, but his clothes were gone and, looking round, lie found himself in a strange room, lie rang the bell the chambermaid ap peared, and then he touud that he had, at some early li.nir in the morning, left his bed and wandered in 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. — 27 July 1871

Poetry. A DAT IN EARLY IIA Y-TIME. gUU, watery clouds begin to r?iM, before the mld- And'tieiSJSF'drojitl 011 water jn/s foretell an early bliowur. The.hoiiHu-doK seeks lii» favorite .grass while com ing (IDWU the lime. And true-tomls lu the poplar hoii^l 8 are propheijr lug rain. Tho on all aliico onrly morning hours has piped h* goiiL', "More wetI" Hiralnif And cuckoos iu tho maple grove nro elrging cuekoo yot. The mower drops his scytho, ami w'P08 A dark cloud with Its watery (olds now meets the farmer's ejo. And muticriiiL/s imll^ifaiGl. are. heard along the western cKy. 8oVfi John comes httrrylncr to tho field, with "Oct no, Starl oo, Uri-hll" The stalwart forii of farmer Day is al aiost lost to eight. Tho hay goes on the rick so fast that John cries Father, stop. And let mo ln° tho curnon* out and bind then at »be topi" ^Mje'^nletc, *ttcn, for tho shower Is nigh I—twill never do to let ThiB clover hay, so sweet and dry, bo spoilt by get ting wet." Ami standing In the grateful ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 27 July 1871

1 HK TRAIYSCRIPT. --AUSTIN, MINK,— TIIUI!S 1»AV MOIiXJNtf, JfJ.V 27. lSI. r.e^r.ciicv.n Stats Convention. The Tw.'lf:!i A.ir.na! l'.qniMioan State Ton- »*nti«n w,:i 1., 1„ ii 3, St. Paul, „n uvdn^day the ..Oil: hiy September, A. I„ I 1371, at pur,..,,. u,u,iuAn^ ooy :u\'. :. I.IKI'i NT fMVKliNOK, 1-:i• i: i: I'A ir vr \TK, ST.VI i: 'J'i ATT'-'ii.N i. and TWO A .-•(• A 11: L'S TICKS 01' Si'i'KKJii: ruruT. it I.ake Cas# Freeborn .... .r 1'upo a Wright, Goodhue Ramsey 9 Wilain, .1 Tn view of the recont Legislative apportion illtut, I/ ... ^IU.HU||.«I If l.l.ivto are created without any Kvpublicau Committee uthorized to call nominating conventions therein, tho State Central Ccmmitico recom mend ns follow? In case? where the Senatorial Distr'ct com prises a ore than one county, the chairman of the (ount.v committee* in tho District Khali constitute the Senatorial District coDimiltec. Where tlie Senatorial District comprises but one county entire, tho regular couuty commit tee will act. I...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 27 July 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT: OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUHTY. LOCAL MA TTKliS AUSTIN, MINN,.. JULY 27, 1871. County Directory. Auditor .John William*, Austin ."Jobo .f Deed ti •vs'- ^in.Ko" Judge of Pro bate,... Wheeler." n^kSrTrrr^john Albert*.., Austin. !,! rjff Allan Mollison, County"Attorney,...L. Bourgard, K. A. Barnes. Surveyor, George W. Clougb, County Commiuioneri. First District Win. II. Ilowe, Lansing Sad II. B. Tanner, Mower City. 3rd C. J. Fclch, Hamilton. 4tli J. McKec, Le lloy. )tk Alanson Beach, Lyle. AUNT IN POST OFFICE. ABBIYAL AND DErAOTCRB OF MAII.8. Closes. Arrir«s. 1! astern, (daily,) :-I2.-30 p. «....»00 pm Northern, (daily) 12:30 ...2:00 AenCiera, (daily) 12:30 ...2:00 NeV^FridayV... 3:00 ...2:00 h«i« Creek, Saturdays, 12:30 ...2:00 No »»Us arrive or depart on Sunday. Qflcehours from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Mm** orders issued and letters registered during ofieehours. A. E. MEIGS, P. M. F. A. Day, Assistant. Mil St- Pawl K. Tim© Table. IOWA ASD MINNESOTA DIVISION. Teek afeet May 21...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 27 July 1871

Tlio Will ami the Way. ItY W. MATIIEWS AMDNH the oft-iiuoted maxims in our liutguiige there is none finer, or more re plete with sterling truth, than Hint which ol'-cn full* BO lightly from men's lips: Where there is a trill, there is a way," No doubt there are luniks to nil human capa bility in nil human nllYus iu every sphere ol activity men niuy meet obstacles which cv. the utmost energy cannot overcome. Almost every nmn i* more or less the vic tim of circumstances, which sometimes operate so powerfully that it is impossible to crush his way through them. Hut the frcipienry"with which such oicn.-ions occur is i'eatly over estimated ami the laot that mountains so often dwindle into molehills WLL'U wo once usolutely determine to cro-s them, show.s that, after every allow ance ol extraordinary eases, the old Saxon s:iw is stid true geberally, sndtliat he who inu nsely wills to do a thing will tind a way. And intense desire its-elf transforms possibility into reality. Our wishes »ro ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 3 August 1871

jW**«goetry. OLD MADELINE. Br LITCT LAHCOM. OVBR a crumpled paper In ber hand JlldMadoline wopt. 1)1 mly th&ptfello tllelicrud 011 tho Btnnrl l'p the litfR4tiinii)6yHirod a emoulilcriug brand Tho whole honso slept. And Mtsdcllno's carohad madethat sleeping sweet For all day Ions She pnltcred to mid fro with ll::ht, quick fool And while her broom made nook and corner neat Site hummed a song A broken pliifiinij, thin and pitiful, And yet In tune With all thai nmx«» (.'rent It flopped the rlillilriMi. li.irrylnK At lligui or noon- Now a ii.alnl hym" u-w '-J-imle on the soa Tlint Hiiif r"r f'lvink-L'ivliiL'H used to be, |{iy« lofrn the html wua free III A (flee or cutcli iHo mutter what -the clilldrcn £ath6fol near Forjill and ouch. ratho* of moauiiyi wind through branches sar«. Mirth its RF »»VM that break in tmn»el cl-ur On HOIUO lone beach. To-night she silt in ulleum. Every night i'ur..yui»r.a Hl jew\ llcre had hup cowered l«y the Into ranrltelight Over the worn-out print, and 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. — 3 August 1871

IRCP.sday .MOHNT.:O. \u or 1 •k riL A eg—Mm I I'll mem THE TRANSCRIPT.!•*««' a* --AU3TI1T, HIHH. it-.i. r% I'tion, vi?. FLOVERNOR, I.I UT N A (5 0 ll XOIl, SKCRETAUV OF STATK, ISTA'li: TUKASUREU, ATTChSKY OKNKltAl,. and TWO A^SOCIATK JLSTICK. SUl'RBME COt*HT. Ol- The np ortio: irt of l)i ^atr been determined upon. i.j liu.'t u] O The cole duty of the committees appointed as above, is to call tho Senatorial District Con rentious In their respective districts. To facilitate political organization for the earning campaign, and also to prepare for the l'retidentUt contest ncKt year, all county con ventions are respectfully urged to appoint their ••onnty committees by selecting one active Re publican from to ah fuirn in tho county. Each member of the county eoinuiittrc should be cbairmin of the committee for the town in which lie resides. he town committee should bo composed of at least one from each school JisUie*. If this method is generally cdoptcd 1"h» labors ot the coming canvass wi...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 3 August 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. LOCAL MATTERS AUSTIN, MIHN, AUO. 3, 1371. Comity Directory. A.JlUr .John P. Willinn.', Treasurer, John 8. Inf""'''. Vlerk Diit. Coart,....John V. Athcrton, Austin. Sheriff, Alia.. Molliaon, County attorney,...L. Bourgard, Caroaer R- A. BarneH. Surveyor, „....Gcorgo W. Clough, Coanty Commiisionera- Pirft District, VD. D. Howe, Laneing Sad II. K. Tanner, Mower City. 3rd C. J. Fclch, Hamilton. 4th J. McKee, Le Roy. ilh Alanion Beach, Lylc. AVATI1V POST OFFICE. 4II1T1L *W» DBPARTVRB OF MAILS. Closet. Arrivts. fcaetwn, (daily,) :..12 30p. m....2:00 pin KarAem) (daily) -12:30 ...2:00 leathers, (daily) ,.,.12:30 ...2:00 Netada, Friday* 3:00 ...2:00 K*se Creak, Saturday*, 12:30 ...2:00 No naili arrive or depart on Sunday. Offlee hour* from 8 «. m. to S p. ui. Money order) issued and letters registered daring offlcehours. A. E. MEIGS, P. M. P. A. DAT, Assistant. Mil A St. Panl R. K. Time Table. IOWA AND MINNESOTA DIVISION, Teek efeet May 21it, 18...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 3 August 1871

The Boy'a Fourth of Jnlj. The Boy's Fourth of July was a jolly one. In this respect it whs not different from any other Fourth of July siuee ho can rc-mcmbcr. It seemed as though it never would coint*. He commcnoed tifcuringoii it immediately after he had gotten well from overeating at Christmas. At school, during the latter part of win ter aud through the spring, he solaced liim scll when his heart tiohed with the re [lec tion that it was coming. Once, he was going around through an alley to look lor another boy, when lie got nipped ly a dog. He howled some, but the pain was instantly ameliorated as he happened to think of the Fourth of July. Another time, a big boy lured him around on a vacant lot under a pretence of show ing him a leather jaekknif^add then pro ceeded to knock off his hat, pnnch him In the eye, and to give him several kicks in miscellaneous localities, and all for the pretended reason that he had told Jim Snaftles that tlie big boy wasn't a nice feller. The Boy 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. — 10 August 1871

Poetry. THE DEACON8 8T0RT. BY N. S. EMERSON. Tint solemn old bolls In the Htecplo Arc rtnirin'. 1 gii«ji» you know why Kir Well, thou, I'll tell y»i', though mostly lt'« whispered nhout tho fly. Borne six weeks i»'-,'o, achurrli iiicotiu Wuw fulled-for noliodj knew wlnit But we went, im.l I tit pan-on whs prevent. And 1 donit know who, or who not. Somo twunty odd members, 1 calc'lHt". Which mostly was women, ot course Tlioiis-'h I don't mean to eiiy ini^M *U A man eonntin' four-onwiml ".ten, And ^in'rally full 'i ll"' irt" ii 11 i.iw wifi'. coiinitu' fourscore, ii'. 1 i, And yon senrru may expert a cotifo-*ion Mf error from 1110 hut you know, Mv dearly lovotl wile died im-t hri-turns. It's now 11 -arty ten months ai o. The wilder wont 1 on ,' and lon«l'. The spriiu'hurried forward :ip ice The farm work 0 me on, ami I no-.tied A woman ahoiu the "HI When I I'd tiefi inke him away. I k' ew you'd bo celt if up ear y. To co tu the marshes for hay, 1 stayed her V-lil-jlit to et brcllkftUS...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 10 August 1871

Nv- N O 4 4 THE TilA NSCIt ll'T. -AUSTIN, MIKW.— TltlKHMAY MM|{M Mi, \li i. I'll', l-,l. A Wolf ia Sheep's Clothing. When :i lil'o-Imr^ cihnin:il Rudilonly and without .siirr.s nf ivpiMitimce tr 1 forms himself into :in .•nlvncnu-"I vir tuc and reform, munkiinl .-if* naturally fed to inquire tin which have iiidme'l iho i-Iian^o of tnctics, mul what sinister motives tumpt the IVIon to ns.stimo his new nl are grave Misjiicioiis amust/il when in the |romul^:iti.u of his newly found doctrines ho resorts to deceit, lnisnp resentation ami falsehood. This is the exact condition of the Austin RigisOi ll» itfl issue of last, week will hear abund­ ant testimony. Notoriously the sub- whose illgotten wealth it has shared— ever false to its readers in lauding those who stole for and fed it, and in traducing those who ex posed their crimes—with a recent moral record blacker thau that of tho historic traitor who betrayed his savior and master lor thirty insignificant peices of silver, it now seeks...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 10 August 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT OrFlCIAL'iFlPER OF THE COUNTY. O CAL MA TTKlxS- AUSTIN, MINN,. AUG. 10, IS71- Kepnbllcnn Comity Convention. A Republican Convention for Slower county Will be hi'kl ftt the Court lloiuo in tho uf Aurtin, at two o'clock |. in. 011 io"' 2'Jth (Jny of August A. 1). 1NM f»r Hi« of floolii.g five deli-giile* to M.O ./ii.licml Dia Uict Co.m n.ion to Owatonna Aug. ilKt, Ills.) to elect l.vo 0,.,"'l'l VJIIO omt .'••tnte t'on\ention lit f*t laulSept. ..Oth. on the basis of representation fixed by tho In hi county convention—tn-wit:—Ono delegate lor every twenty votes polled at tho last gener al election for Keptesentativo in Congress, and for every fraction over ten votes thus polled, the several towns will bo entitled to delegates ax follows Village of Austin, 11 Town of Austin, 4 Adams, 1 Bennington, 1 Dexter, 1 Frnnkloril 4 (J rand Meadow, 1 Lo Hoy 1 Lansing,. 0 Lyle, 3 Marshall, 1 Nevada, 4 Pleasant Valley 2 llacino, 6 Red Rock, Vdolpho, 3 Windotn, 2 Wulthnni, 1 Dattd July ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 10 August 1871

About Barbers* BY MARK TWAIN. All things change except barbers, the way8 of barbers, and the surroundings ot barbers. These never change. Wtmt one experiences in a barber shop the first time he enters one, is what he always cxperi euces in barber shops afterward till the end of his days. I got shaved this morn ing as usual. A man approached the door litin Jones street as I approached it from Main—a thing that always happens. 1 hurried up, but it was of no use ho on tcreil the door one little step ahead ot nu\ and I followed in on his heels and saw him take the only vacant chair, the one presided over by the best barber. It fu •ways happens so. I sat down, hoping that I might fall heir to the chair belong ing to tlu- better of the remaining two bar bers, lor he had already begun combing his man's hair, while his comrade was not yet quite done rubbing up and oiling his customer's locks. I watched the proba bilities with strong interest. When I saw that No. 2 was gaining on No. 1, my i...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 17 August 1871

Miscellany. KIT CARSON'S RIDE. BT JOAQUIN 5I1LLSB. RCNT NO you hot you I ratliorguo.-n no. But ho'8 lilitul us a batl er. Wlioa. l'uchc, boy, whott. No. you w.'nWu't tMnk KI. look lit tila eyes Hut. ho Is biuK'et hllml, ami 't happemal thi-» wise: We la t:i tho pro^e* nii.l tiio suuburiit clover That spread uu itiu Krouml liko great brown co\ "r Northward anil eouthward and west, and away To the Bra/oH. to .vli-ro our lodjr.-n lay. Oat) hroad and uiiSroki'it HCII ol brown, Awniiinil i' I'iirtuiiw of nl.-lit to eomn dowu. To cover in over and c'lcenl our HK'hJ Willi my brown "ido, won from ft" ,'.1 That lav lu tlio iear tlio fall rUlo of a We loan-red in tho ir-iis nam-. And licrh.^"!' "1' In it Wo lav low In tbe pr:iss 011 tho broad plain levels, O'd Hovels and and my s'o on brown bride. "Forty full miles' if a foot to rile, Forty full intic-" If a foot, awl tiie devils Of fed Camanc'ms are hot on tlio track Whan ones We drew in the lassos, seized saddle and Tein, Throw them on, sln...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 17 August 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. -AUSTIN, MINN.- THURSDAY MrtllMXil, Al' it S ,'l Bepnblican State Convention. The Twelfth Ainitial Republican State Con vention will bo held at St. Paul, mi Wednesday tho 20111 tiny of Soptciiihcr, A. 1.. 1871, at 12 M., for tliu purpose of iminimitiiii candidates for the following Stateoflieers ID bo filled at tho next general election, vh GOVERNOR. LIKL'THNA NT GOV lilt N'Olt, SECRETARY OK STATE, STATU Tit KAS1' li E1!, AT'l'ChNKY UN E li A L. ami TWO A.SSOCI ATE I'STICKS OF THK SUPREME COl'RT. The apt ortior.iueut of Delegates, which has been determined upon, is based upon the Re publican vote for Congressmen in 1S70, us fol lows One delegate for each 2.^0 votes or muj.-i fraction thereof ami si I.- one for eaeli eoun'v at large. Anoka, 2 Grant 1 Becker I llen-epin ...l.'i Benton, Ijlloutou Blue Earth,....('• Isunti 2 Brown, JaeUson 1' Big Stone Kanabec 1 Carlton 2 Kandiyohi... 1 Carver, Lake Oa&s 2 Le Sueur. Chipp wa 2. .Nlel.eod,.. Chisago, I!1 Mart in .... ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 17 August 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. LOCAL MATTERS- AUSTIN, MINX,. ..AUU. 17, '871 Republican County Convention- PA Republican Convention for Mower county will be luld at the Cowrt of Austin, at two 2?t^c "irt in the villngc on Tuesday the (or tj,e purpose. 0veUf."^'.e« to the Judiol.1 Dis- I'rirt Convention to be held at Owatonna Aug. «183 to elect fivo other delegates to the Convention at St* Paul Sept. 20th. On the basis of representation fixed by tho last county convention—to-wit:—One delegate forevery twenty votes polled at the last gener al election for Representativ# in Congress, and one for every fraction over ten votes thus polled, the several towns will be entitled to delegates as follows: Village of Austin, 11 Town of Austin, 4 Adams, 1 IScanington, 1 Dexter, ...I Frankford 4 Grand Meadow, 1 Lyle 3 Marshall, 1 Nevada, 4 Pleasant Valley, 2 Raciue, 5 Retl Rock, 4 Udolpho, 3 Windoin 2 Waltham, 1 Le Koy, 6 Lansing, Dated July 2d, 1871 11. F. LANGW0RT1IY, J. E. ROBINSO...

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. — 17 August 1871

Scientific Tests—Carious Phenomena. The Loudon Popular Science Review for July, which i8 editod by Mr. Crookcs, an eminent, ulnmist, and a Fellow of the Royal Society, contains itn account by himself—partially coniirinud and attested »1JO by Dr. Hiurijins, tho eminent astrono mer, whoso gic.it, and quiie rivent services in relatioii to the iwtr«iiiiniual applica tions of spectrum lumlysU has been ac knowledged in all quarters, and who is one of tho most distinguished members of the lio.val Society, and by Mr. IHcrgeaut Cox, both of whom wcr prcscntv-of mc very curious experiments made ou Mr Home's asserted physical powers- as a me dium, as it is called, though no counte nance is lent bv the ex[K)iimentoV or his friends to tho hypothesis of tho agency of invisible beings of which the word "me dium" is a remnant. Mr. Crookes and Sir. Sergeant Cox both seem convinced that these experiments provo the existence of a peculiar force which they call "psyclch," proceeding directly from the n...

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