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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 13 April 1876

•VP b—I LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNINTF. APRIL 13. 1876. TAXES*. Pay up your Personal Property Taxes at oncc, and save a visit from the Collec­ tor and consequent costs. Collectors will be sent out very soon. Austin, April 3d 1870. I. INGMUNDSON, County Treasurer. To-morrow will be Good Friday. The runners arc all talking of seeding. Ni-xt Sunday Is Easter Sunday—April 16th. Good office room to rent, inquire of A JOHN WALSH. Wheat, No. 2, good, is worth 89 cents in this market. Renumber that Austin A Chase arc RTWH cheap BOW. The wife of Gen. ft Boston last Monday. selling Mtf Only one "drunk" reported this week. It cost liim $5,00. F. Butler died at Go and sec, the new game at Fernald & Kimball'*—it is called "Chiyalrie." The Misses Tilton, Florence and Alice, accompany Mr. Tilton on his lecture tour. LOOK out for a large stock "f Dry Goods, in a few days, at itioharuMui s. tf Tallinnilge & Ball hare for sale Bixby's best Shoe Blacking, cither wholesale or Mail. MB. YOCXG,...

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. — 13 April 1876

THE FIRESIDE. BLUE AND GRAY. "Oli, mother, what do you mean by blue And what ao they mean by gray Was heard from the lips of a little child As she bounded in from play. The mother's eyes filled up with tears She turned to her darling fair, And smoothed away from the sunny brow Its treasures of golden hair. /'Why, mother's eyes are blue, my sweet, And grandpa's liair is gray, And the love we bear our darling child Grows stronger every day." "But what did they mean?" persisted the child "For I saw two cripples to-day, And one of them said he fought lor the blue The other,'he fought for tlie gray. "Now, he of the blue had a lost leg, The other had but one arm, And both seemed worn and weary and sad, Yet their greeting was kind ana warm. leg fight, And the arm on Malvern Hill. ey And talked for an hour or more, Till their eyes grew bright and their hearts seemed warm With fighting their battles o'er. And, parting at last with a friendly grasp, In a kindly, brotherly way, Each called on ...

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. — 20 April 1876

|$iw?t€0 ®rattsmp BATES OF ADVERTISING. OH EIOHTB Column, one year OSE QVARTIB OJIE HALF Owe X. WHKAT/ 11). $18.00 30.00 55.00 100.00 Card* of fire lines or less, five dollars per year. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-half eents per line. Legal uoticcs at the rates prescribed by law. All trancient advertisements to be paid for in advance. BUSINESS N nns DENTISTRY. J. BABE, D.D.S. J- II. A. AVEBT. RABE& AVERT, RESIDENT DENTISTS. Basford's Block, Austin, Minnesota A. ELDER, CLERK OF T1IE DISTRIC1 COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota JOHN WALSH, GROCER, Mitt. STREET, AUSTIN, MISM. 36-tf-vS DH. W. L. HOLLISTEIt, Corner of Main and Winona Streets, Austins Minnesota. no CARDS. 7yi JQEXTER HOTEL Good accomodations for Man and Boast. TERMS REASON ABLE v7n26 D. A. PAGE, Prop. M. HOWE, .REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non esMeuts, Ac. Austin, Minn. ,Feb. 1st, 1S75. 44 CRANDELL & FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT '.AW, Austin, M...

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 April 1876

$jtouw®o®rntt script Tke Cnitr bas no Official Paper. -AUSTIN, WHS.- THUftSDAY MORNING, APRIL 20. 1S76. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor PRESIDENTIAL. Next week we shall publish A call for a County Convention to elect delegates to represent Mower County in the State Con •cotton to be held at St. Paul, Slay 24th, for the choice of delegates to represent Minnesota In the great National Conven tion which will nominate a candidate for Presidency, on the 14th of une next. If the Republicans of this county have not already decided as to whom they want for President, they should give the subject earnest and candid consideration, and when the time comes, go to the primary meetings and vote an expression of thetr wishes. 1X not leave the choice to the professional politicians. They have a personal interest in the matter which might not and probably would not be identical with the interests of the whole people. Each voter should feel an espec­ ial pride in participating in the exercise ...

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 April 1876

3g0wev&0fM«!$m]it LOCAL MATTERS. TOUR8DAY 1IORNINO. APRIL 20. 1876. This Is the game season of the year. Soon thebascballists will be heard in the land. Remember that Austin A Chase are selling •atovM cheap now. 28tf .Oleson & Nicholuison have tlicir new farniture sign up. .Dr. Hollister is County Physician for the east half of the country. Hon. R. I. Smith, with his wife is visit­ ing friends at Rochester this week. »Go and see the new game at Fernald & jKimbaU'a—it is called "Chiyalrie." (OSCAR AVRES is engaged building a ''house in the countiy for Mr. Grattan. LOOK out for a large stock "F Dry Goods, in a few days, at liichartiauu s. tf Large quantities of new made maple •sugar are apparent in the stores of our mer­ chants. Theodore Tilton passed through Austin on his way to Cedar Rapids, on Tuesday last. MR. YOUNG, the artistic cutter is to be found at Brewster's Tailoring Establish 52tf The city authorities putting a veto on the boys playing ball in the park was a w...

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 April 1876

THE FIRESIDE. AFTER POE'S BELLS. Edward 8. Gould In Appleton'a Journal. Hear the holy Sabbath Bells— Christian Bells I What a world of consolation in their utter­ ances dwell! They commemorate the day When "the stone was rolled away From the Sepulchre," where lay The Lord of Glory—slain lor sin not His own! There He burst the bonds of Death With Omnipotence's breath, And majestically rose, Trhunpantly o'er His foes, To the right hand of God. Three in one— Where he maketh intercession For our manifold transgression Evermore Now the bells are loudly calling, bidding ev­ eryone repair To the sanctuary, where We may offer praise and prayer Their reverberating echoes, through the cir­ cumambient air, Are rolling, rolling, rolling, They arc calling, calling, calling, In tones that are consoling, And in tones that are appalling— To believers, consolation To thescorners, condemnation, Evermore 1 Still the bells are tolling, tolling And their echoing notes are rolling Over vale and plain and...

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 April 1876

BATES 07 ADVERTISING. On EIGHTH Colnmn, one year On OHB JJEXTER HOTKL. RAILROAD $18.00 QUAHTKR 30.00 On HALF Cirdi of five lines or leas, five 55.00 100.00 dollar* per year. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-half cents per line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All trancient advertisements to be paid for in advance. BUSINESS CARDS DENTISTRY. J. RABK, D.D.8. -J H. A. AVERT. RASE fc AVERY, RESIDENT DENTISTS. Basford's Block, Austin, Minnesota. J1 A. ELDER, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower County,Minnesota JOHN WALSH, GROCER, MILL STREET, ..... AUSTIN, MINN. 36-tf v8 It. W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Main and Winona Streets, Austin* Minnesota. No CARDS. 7yl Good accomodations for Man and Beast. TERMS REASONABLE v7m2& D. A. PAGE, Prop. M. HOWE, .REGISTER OF CRANDELL DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non esidents, Ac. Austin, Minn. ,Feb. 1st, 1875. 44 & FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Austin, Minn. Office in Bank ...

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 April 1876

f$a wcr Co ®ran script Th3 Coiitr lias to Official Pater. —AUSTIN. MINN.- TUUR'JDAY MORNING, APRIL 27. 187#. •. A. HAUWOOD, Editor & Proprietor WHY SUPPORT BLAINE? ID these perilous times it is e»§. r.tiul to the security of the government that its ex­ ecutive officer should lie a man who has a public record. It is impossible for the people to confide in one whom they do not know. If ordinary business precaution will not allow a stranger to negotiate a draft withont identifying himself, is it evidence of political sagacity that a man comparatively unknown may make a requisition upon public confidence for the highest office in the gift of the nation, and have it bestowed upon him without cavil or questioning? We think not. The great mistake which this nation hasmade consists in its having conferred responsi­ bilities upon men who were neither wor­ thy nor capable. Experience should en­ able us to avoid this error in future. Pub­ lic petitions require trained men. It is idle to sa...

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 April 1876

LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 27. 1876. FKRNALD & KIMB.UO. are selling cro­ quet sets for ON 15 DOLLAK. 4-12 Oo and see the new game at Fernald & Kimball's—it is callcd "Chiyalrie." Mr. Garrity lias greatly improved the sppcaraoce and condition of Walcr street. Hon. It. I. Smith and wife retured last Monday from a visit to friend's in Roch­ ester. Messrs. Englc & Co., are building an addition to the north side of their mil! to be nsed as an office. Olcson & Xicholaison have on hand a full supply of mattresses and bedding, which they offer at the lowest rates. New goods at Soluer & Morgan's arc the rage just now, and oh! my! how the customers do flock in to see them. CHEAP. James Cronon has some of those splen­ did Jenaton Apples, which arc such a rarity at this season of the year. Go and get a few. Brown & Bacon's warehouse at Browns dale broke down last Sunday night and precipitated about 1000 bushels of wheat into the mud. Too bad. OI.ESOX & NI...

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 April 1876

SELECTED MISCELLANY. GRUMBLE NOT, BROTHER. .Grumble not. brother, though dark be the night, Gloomy the shadows of life to thy sight Others have braved them, and pealed with a cheer, The hill which divides us ^frorn the sunnier sphere. Over the hill Over the hill Sunlight is glowing forever—be still! Gramble not.brother,though stormy the way. Others have traveled it many a day Footsore and weary they journeya al List'ning each day to the echoing song: Jong, Over the hill! Over the hill! Sunlight is glowing iorever—be still! Grumble not, brother, though steep be the hillT Over its summit His peaceful and still Over its summit the valleys are sweet With flowers of beauty,with rest for your feet. Over the hill I Over the hill! Sunlight is glowing forever—be still! Grnmble not, brother, the journey is short, Flitting the seasons that ever us sport Autumn and winter bring shadows at stay, Summer undying lies over the way. Over the nill! Over the hill! Sunlight is glowing forever—be still!...

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 May 1876

RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ova EianTH Column, one year $18.00 One QDARTRR ON* HALF 44 44 30.00 55.00 ON 100.00 Cards of five lines or leu, five dollars per year. Editorial notieet, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-half cents per line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All trancicnt advertisements to be paid for in advance. BUSINESS CARDS DENTISTRY. J. It ABE, ll.D.S. II. A. AVEKY. RE8IDENT DENTISTS. Basford's Block, Austin, Miimi'iuta. Jjl A. ELDER, CLERK OFT1IE PISTKIC1 COURT, Austin. Hotter Coanty, Minnesota JOHN WALSH, GROCER, HILL STBKRT, AUSTIN, MM*. 36-tf-v8 D" W. L. IIOLLISTER. Corner of Main and Winona Streets, Austin. Minnesota. No CABDS. Tyl j^EXTEK UOTEL. Good accomodations for Man and Beast. TERMS REASONABLE v7ui25 D, A. PAGE, Prop. M. HOWK, .REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non esideuts, Ao. Austin, Minn. ,Fcb. 1st, 1675. 44 CR ANDELL fc FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Austin, Minn. Office in Bank Block adjoining TRANSCRI...

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. — 4 May 1876

fjUJawrr ®fao$rript Tie CHity ta 10 ddal Pajer. —A08HH. JCITN.— THURSDAY MOK271 KG, MAT 4, 1876. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor A Convention representing the Iiepub Party of Mower Ccunty is hereby ealled Md it tki Court House, in tho City of iutii, it 2} o'clock P. M., on Friday, May 19th lut., for the purpose of electing four MifitM to ropmont raid eoanty in SUto Convention to b« bold it St. Paul, Mi 21tb, MM, to nominate five Presidential electors, nd ilao to obooao ton delegates to rcproacnt I bo Btito of Minnesota in tho Republican Ni Itoaal Coarontion to bo held it Cincinnati, Ohio, oo tho foictoontb day of Jano proximo, to nominate oindidato for President of tho Uiitod States. Each of tbo acToml r«ti| preeineta in tbo eouiity will bo ootitlad to one delegato for Us organisation, aad oao additional for every twenty Republican votes or major fraction thereof, oaat for State Auditor it tho laat gen­ eral eleotion. Upon thia biaia tho delegates ire appor tionod follows, via.: (T...

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 May 1876

Igtotvtvtotatfmpt LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 4. 1S70. Mr». N. P. Austin arrived from Califor­ nia on Tuesday last. The Methodist people are setting out trees on their church grounds. FKKSAIJ)& KIMBALL are selling cro. quet sets for ONE DOLLAR. 4-12 There were not a great many "Centen­ nial" trees set out in this city on "Arbor Day." If you want* bird cage, set of croquet, ball or bat, go to Bitird & Son's Book Store. If you want to make money call on Baird Son, they have employment for a few more men. LaBar Brothers, and L. A. Footc, of Lansing, are selliug farm implements ami sewing machines. H. E. Anderson is putting in about 800 acres to wheat and oats, on his Browns dale farms this spring. Wm. Richards, Esq., of this city is open­ ing a line farm three miles east from here on the road to Brownsdale. Thos. Edwards has built a neat paling in front of his office windows which is in­ tended to enclose some rare shrubs. Oleson ft Nicholaison have on hand a full supp...

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 May 1876

'THE FIRESIDE. ON THE SEABOARD. DAW tack the curtain see the bar is safe How the old cottage quivers to the blast I Look how the wild waves on the headlands chafe,' And the black olonds drive onward, fierce and last. The white surf boils upon the rocky strand Pray Uod no ship is driving to the land How the bine lightning dazzle* tin its flare I saw poor lunr crouching in her nook Its larklbrightness lit her tossing hair And all the strange intentness ol herlook. Ten yean ago the Rose was lost, you know, And still she keeps her dreary vigil so. "A shattered wreck," you] call her she we named Our seaside Pearl, our blue-eyed, rosy- Ere girlish loveliness shrank, marr'd and shamed, Sweetheart and brother drown'd together lay When the Bose founder'd out there in the bay. Yonder she watch'd, in impotent despair, The rocket fall, the lifc-ooat dri,ren back. The dying shrieks were shrilling through the Rir» And the huge billows rolling, fierce and black, Drove the good ship on to her headl...

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 May 1876

Kates ot Aimmmso. Onm SIORTR ^OLUIK on* rear One QV'AIITEII 0*i8 HALF On* 18.00 30.00 55.00 100.00 Card* ()f.lT|lioM «r ltn, ftve dollars per. year. iotteM} intended as »drer titementa, twelve and one-half cenU per line. Legal uotiees at the rates prescribed' by law. Alltraneient adTertiienents to be paid in advance. BUSINESS CARDS DENTISTRY. J. BABE,D.D.6. *R H. A. AVERT. RABE&AVERY, RESIDENT DENTJSTS. Baiford's Bloeir, Austin, 'Minnesota. A. ELDER, CJ£ftK DISTRICT COURT* |i(tiai)(«#«r Covntjr, Minnesota GROCER, MILL STREET, AITSTIX, MISJI. 36-tf v8 W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Main and Winona Streets, ugtint Minnesota. EXTJSK HOTEL Good accomodations for Man and Beast. TERMS REASON ABLE T7m25 D. A. PAGE, Prop. _____ •REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non esidents, die. Austin, Minn. Feb. 1st, 1875. 44 CRANDELL & FRENCH, A ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Austin, Minn. Office in Bank Bluck adjoining TRANSCRIPT office. Collections and other busi­ ness atten...

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 May 1876

Ths Oonty tas 10 Oficial Paper. -AUSHN. iomr.- THURSDAY MORNING. MAY II, I87«. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor A Convention representing tlie Itcpub Hou Party of Mower County it hereby called to met at the Court Bouse, in the City of Aastia, at 2} o'clock P. M., on Friday, May 19th inst., for the purpo«e of electing four delegate* to represent said county in a State Convention to bo held at St. Paul, May 24th, 1870, to nominate five Presidential elector#, and alto to choose ten delegate* to represent the State of Minnesota in the Republican Na­ tional Convention to be held at Cincinnati, Ohio, oo the fourteenth day of June proximo, to nominate a candidate for President of the United States. Eaeh of the several voting precincts! in the county will be entitled to one delegato for its organisation, and one additional for every twenty Republican votes or a major fraction thereof, cast fur State Auditor at the last gen­ eral election. Upon this basis the delegates are appor­ tione...

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 May 1876

LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNINO, MAY 11. 1876. CAUCUSES. Tk« Repfblican electors residing within the Vint Ward of the city of Aaatin, are request ed to meet in Canons on Wednesday evening May 17th, 137«, at 7:30 o'clock, in the old City Hall, over the stoic of Talhaadge A Bali, on Main 8treet, to eleot eight delegates to the Republican Coanty Convent Ion, to be held in the Court Hons* Thursday, May 19th, 1870. By order ol Ward Committee, W. A. HOTCHK1S8. 8. CHANDLER, N. HICHOLAISON. Austin, May 10,187S. The Republican electors of the town of Frankfora are requested to meet in caucus at the Town Clerk's office on the 17th inst., at 6 o'clock P. M., sharp, to elect a delegation to represent the town of Frankford in the Coun­ ty Convention to be held in the city of Austin on the 19tb inst. May 8th, 1876. W. A. C4RY. Chairman of the Committee. The Republicans of the town of Austin will meet in Caucus at Qregson's Mill, on Satur­ day the 13th inst. at 3 o'clock P. M., to eleot three dele...

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 May 1876

SELECTED MISCELLANY. The Beantifal Ballad of Waska Vec. Her voice was sweet as a ban-go-lin Her mouth was small as the head of a pin' Her eyes ran up, her chin ran donw— Oh, sue was the belle of Yeddo town. Now lovely Waska Singty Wee, So good to hear, and sweet to see, The fairest maiden in all Japan, Fell dead in love with a Turkish man. This Turkish man a turban had, This Turkish man was sly and bad He whispered unto Miss Waska Wee: "0 fly with me to my own Turkee! "O fly with me to my own Turkee! And robes of gold I'll give to thee— A girdle of pearl and love lor life If tnou wilt be my eightieth wife." Now simple Waska Singly Wee, So good to hear, so fair to see, Resolved behind her bashful tan To be eightieth wite to this Turkish man But though her heart was full of glee, She hung her head and said to he: "If thou slimildst die, my Turkish beau, Where would poor Waska Singty go Then this horrid, sly old Turkish man Declared he'd die oh the English plan. "And so," said he, "my ...

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 May 1876

cssEssasS1i 4 .'i"* .r Yraifcta lafti"igmnfiTil1W^ ii'iiTr^r 11 n«i 11 W vi rf^.gwai«%i^a RATES OF ADVERTISING. OstRMnTH Column, one year $18.00 OMBQVARTB* 30.00 OMB HALF 5&.00 Ona 100.00 C^iflt of five lines or loss, lira dollars per ye&r.lidiUm*! notieos, intea4«4 as adror tUemirata,.twelve aad «ne-h*lf oentt per line. Legal uotiou at the rates prescribed by l»w. Alltraaeient advertisement* to Re paid for iq advance*- Olll fflfflB lL The Great Anniversary Exhibition. Views of the Buildiagtt at Philadel­ phia) and Description of the Great Exposition. The great exhibition was opened to the public on Wednesday, May 10th, with imposing ceremonies. The space about the *peakers' platform was filled to a distance that to see and hear was utterly impossible by a large portion of the immense concourse in attendance There was singing by a chorus of a thousand voices, prayer by Bishop Simpson, and an suldress by President Grant. The exhibition was then de clared open, and bells were ...

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 May 1876

|§M«*§0lfoM«itfi|rt The Coutr bu io —AUSTIN. MINN.— TBURSDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1376. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor FIXAXim. As the spring advances it is natural to look for an improvement in the various departments of business, but thus far none is apparent. 1flie scarcity of money par­ alyses everything, and the country begins to experience a foretaste of what it will have to diet upon as the time advances for the resumption of specie payments. Al­ ready the National Banks are drawing in their circulation and getting possession of their bonds again preparatory to the com­ ing of the era of coin,—an era which nev­ er will come in fact, but which will never­ theless inflict upon the country all the hardships which will be entailed by ad­ justing the property valuation by the coin standard. We cannot better present this matter to our readers than by repeating part of an editorial which appeared in the Tiiax script, on the 23d of March last. It is as follows: The distance betwe...

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