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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 20 July 1876

LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 20, 1876. Mr. Parker, of Davenport, Iowa, is in the city—the guest of Mr. Mandeville. About the 12th of August the Heading Rooms will treat the citizcns to a first class English Opera. The Directors of the Agricultural So­ ciety are for a making extensive preparations County Fair next fall. The violent wind yesterday broke two large panes of glass in the door of Wil bour & Son's Clothing Store. J. SWAN'S Stock of Boats and Shoes is complete in every rcspcct. Prices lower (ban ever. Money saved by giving Swan a call. JUDGE W. II. CKANDAM. went to La Crosse, Wis., last Monday, on a business trip, and returned yesterday. MR. GEO. A. BENNETT, afler a lengthy visit to friends in the State of New York has returned iu good health and courage James Crotton lias Cigars, Tobacco Fruits, &c., «fcc., which lie is selling cheap He keeps also, the latest Newspapers and Periodicals. Three companies of the 7th Cavalry, what remain of General Custer's Re...

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 1876

ON THE alls' Oh! thospdnTSSofnllt)f-d"reaimng, When we flo&tgid |ljrfix^rftvcr\ fT And the siinlig^iMn iM streaming,.-' ., Kissed your hair with gleam and quiver. When you trajled your snowy lingers, Thro1 the Waves with girlish pleasure And the songs »f distant singers, Came to us in rhythmio'measure. Oh! tlitwer nights 6f starry splendor— When the vesper bell's sweet tolling From the village, sweet and tender, Came across the Rhine's blue rolling. When our light barge idly drifted, Wafted by the wind's .caresses And theSur isjtooifbtfgutly .silted All i|B%llry%n^rotH' tresses. Oh! my lily-throatd maiden With your yellow hair down fallingl And your drooping eyes love-laden All my fiery soul enthralling. How tliMfe days of love's first glory Come again'before my vision Oi the river.old in story, Where we felt joy elysian.- Ah! those days arc gone forever Dust and ashes nll ytmr sweetness And those hours npon tlie river But a dream ol full completeness. Yet the world lacks all it...

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 1876

^ouw^flltanscript BATES OF ADVERTISING. Oiii EHWTH Column, one year OMB QUARTER OJIB HAL* Ova $18.00 30.00 5r.^V H"'.i Card* of In lines or leas, lire dollars year. Editorial notices, intended as a tisements, twelve and one-half cents per Legal uotices at the rates prescribed law* .. All transient advertisements to be paid for in advance. BUSINESS OAKDS DENTISTRY. J. BABE, D.D.8. 11. A. AVERT. RABE&AVERT, ESI I 1 NT DENTISTS. Basford's Block. Austin, Minnesota. Jjl A. ELDER, CLERK OF TUB DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota JOHN WALSH, GROCER, MILL STREET, D« AMIS, Mis*. 36-tf vS W. L. nOLLISTER, Corner of Main and Winona Streets, Austin. Minnesota. No CARDS. ?YL EXTKH ILOTKL. Good accomodations for Man and Beast. TERMS REASONABLE v7m25 D. A. PAGE, Prop. M. HOWK, .REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes fornon esideuts, Ac. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1S75. 44 CRANDELL FRENCH^ ATTORNEYS AT uAW, Austin, Minn. Office in Bnnk Bluck adjoining TRAMSCR...

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 1876

Tin County lias no -AUSTIN. MI UN.— THURSDAY MOilNlXG. JULY 27, IS76. A. A. IIARWOOO. Editor & Proprietor REPLHLICAX fiCKtt. For t'lcxijcnt, Ili rillCRFOnD I). IIAYtS, of Ohio. Fur Vice Prenitteitf, WILLIAM A. WIIKIILKR, of New York. Tor Etjrcsentntice in V»wjrr»**=-Firtt District, MARK II. DL'XKEIX. THE M0M:Y QlESTlOX* The great political contest now being wnged in this country is to some extent, the result ot' differences of opinion con ccrning the money system of the United States. One class of the people declare that Gold and Silver constitute the only basis of a sure and safe currency. Anoth­ er class equally Intelligent if not quite so large, believe thai the currency of a coun­ try should be based upon its resources, its productions, and its accumulated wealth, which, together with the public faith for­ mally and solemnly pledged tor its main­ tenance, constitute as they believe^ the bes* foundation upon which to construct a monetary system. Both of the emit po­ litical p...

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 1876

LOCAL MATTERS. THDRSbAV kbRNIXU. JULY 27. 1876. The barley is nearly all cut. Gone up*—The thermometer. John Walsh is selling off at cost. The trade in heatiug stoves is quiet. The latest news from the northwest is ndt Sioux-thing. ltademacher keeps a neat grocery, and Sells at reasonable rates. The problem of lite is, how can one kcei a stiff shirt collar. Miss Ober of Preston, is in the city vis­ iting her brother, L. M. Ober. "Put that on a piece o' ice," is the latest way of saying "charge it." This is the kind of weather when work between meals becomes intolerable. Several wagons loaded with live hogs, came into the city last Monday morning. The Mtitunls of Jaynesville arc expect­ ed here to play with the Blue Caps next week. The Blue Caps will play the Browns­ dale, club on Saturday, on their old grounds. We hear that there is talk of building a flouring mill on the Ced:ir just cast of Lansing. The Commissioners are in session at the Court House. We sli ill epitomize their pro...

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 1876

TENNYSON'S AMY. O my cousin, shallow-hearted! O my Amy, mine no more! 0 the dreary, dreary moorland! O the barren, barren shore! False, but fair as saints above Does the wealth thy lord has brought thee, All the golden power that bought thee, All the wondrous change it's wrought thee,— Does it compensate' for love In tliy shallow heart to-day, Does there lurii fi^n or token, A remembrance of Inith broken, A regretful thought 3jokon, As you wear itd hours away Is thy golden bondage sweet i)oes thy coarse lord never grieve you, In his false, gross soul deceive you, Of thy fondest hopes bereave you, Making lite all incomplete When thy head lies on his breast, And thy heart perchance is sleeping, Does it never'wake with weeping, Dreary, saddest vigil keeping, Lest he see it's wild unrest O Amy, false and frail one! As you gaze on gilded splendor, And tliv ev'ry thought surrender To thy heart, does it engender Sorrow lor the wrong you've done Do there never come sad dreams 01 a time befo...

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 1876

yji-iJil'ltJ.iJiL in. Cards of five line* or less. Are dollars per year. Editorial notices, intendod as adyer tiseaeats, twelve and one-half eents.per line, Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All traneient advertisements to be paid for in advance. FTlKEhfr C^M)S DEKTIS'JBY. J. BABE, U.D.8. H. A. AVERY. RABE&AVERY, ESI I NT DENTISTS. Basford's Block, Austio, Minnesota, A. ELDER, CLERK OP THE DISTRICT COURT. Austin, Mower County,Minnesota JOHN WALSH, GROCER, Mill Street, A MINN. Sfi-tf v8 It. W. L. HOLLISTEK, Corner of Main and Winena Streets, Austin* Minnesota. AO Cards. 7YL EXT Ell HOTEL. Good accomodations for Man and Beast. TERMS REASON ABLE v7n25 D. A PAGE, Prop. M.HOWE, .HEGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ es ideuts, Ac. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1875. 44 CRANDELL & FREXCII, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Austin, Minn. Office in Bank Block adjoining Transcript office. Collections and other busi­ ness attended to carefully and promptly. ...

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 1876

5 i:V The GositT Has —AUSTIN, MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST S, 18T«. A. A. HAItWOOD, Editor & Proprietor REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Prenident, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, of Ohio. For Vict Pmidentf WILLIAM A. WHEELER, of New York. for Representative in Congret*—Firit District, MARK H. DUNK ELL. In the last issue of the Republican Hotchkiss repeats his lie about our send­ ing beer to some town for the purpose of influencing a caucus. If he knows of any such transaction why dont he tell the names of the persons engaged in it. The people will believe nothing which he as­ serts, unless it is accompanied by the proof, but in this case he has no facts for there are none in existence. In the same pa­ per, he lies again about our shaking hands with Sylvester Smith. There is not a man Uving.wiin 1ms «wf».n ii3 »h«Ve hands with Sylvester Smith within the last four years, lie lies ag:iin concerning the newspaper which he publishes,—we say he lies be­ cause his story differs iu all essential par­ ti...

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 1876

fttatrrt^oiTramimpt LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1S76. Ice is the staff of life. Too many cucumbers will W up. The Band will play in the Park on Sat urday evening should the weather be fair. There is au editor in Catskill, New FOR SALK.—OUC good "Weed" ZONING Ma­ chine for §25, at the Singer Agt-ncy, South Wcft Public Suarc. S-3w Peter Nelson is building a neat dwell­ ing in suburbs, North aud West from the Public Square. Quite extensive improvements are be­ ing made on the streets in the Northwest­ ern part of the city. Two rooms in the basement of the School House, are being prepared tor the reception of Pupils. A very neat fence is being built around the grounds of A. S. Everest on Water street west of Main. J. SWAN'S Stock of Iimts and Shoe* is complete- iu every respect. Prices lower thau ever. Mosey saved by giving Swan a call. Coll and examine the new stock of Ladies Boots, Shoes and Slippers, the best in uiviket Mild at reduced juiees, at SWAN'S. Siu2. The impr...

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 1876

RED ROSE. A soso. A red rose gleamed in the sun's glad ray A gallant he plucked it and rod* away. "There's naught for the ladye that I love best Bat arose for the one that's loveliest." Two maidens as fair as fair can he, And one was loved, but which was she "A rose, my ladies," the page doth cry "That's why the gallant came riding by. There's naught for the ladye that ha loves best, But arose lor the one that's loveliest." Said one of the twain, "He thinks me (air So she set the rose in her golden hair. Then said the other, "It lain must be He thinks thee fair, but his love's for me." But the knight that rode in his pride of might, Won death as the prize ot the well-fought fight And the maiden that chose the better part Won a red rose and a broken heart. HUNTING 11 ATTL.E SNAKES. Odd Experience that may Be ll ul in Penn­ sylvania. Correspondence New York Sen. The partv was to start from the cabin of Jake Sniith. whose home is 4 miles from Snipe Creek, on a spur of the Blue Bulge th...

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 1876

RATES OF ADVERTISING. Qxi Eionm Column, one year One QUARTS* Ojie Half OWE ALINE. $18.00 30.09 55.00 100.00 Cards of five lines or less, fire dollars per year. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-half eents per line Legal notices at the, rates preseribed by 'aw* All traocicnt Advertisements to be paid for •Q advance. BUSINESS CARDS DENTISTRY. J. ISVBE, D.D.S. U. A. AVERY. RABE&AVERY, ESIDENT DENTISTS. Basford's Block, Austin, Minnesota. A. ELDER, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Slower Connty, Minnesota JOHN WALSH, GROCER, Mill Street, Austih, Miss. 36-tf-v8 R. W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Main and Winona Streets, Austin* Minnesota. NO Cards. 7yl EXTEK HOTEL. Jood accomodations tor Man and iSeast. TERMS REASON ABLE v~m25 D. A. PAGE, Prop NY 7 .REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non esidents, Ac. Austin, Minn. Feb. 1st, 1ST5. -14 CRANDELL & FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Austin, Minn. Office in Bank Block adjoining Tk...

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 1876

UJtiw^oSraoscrijit Iks Qanir inn Qfldd Fawr. —AUSTIN.Hraar.- tlVISOAT MOBNIK6. AUGUST 10, WH. A. A. HAHWOOD, Editor A Proprietor REPUBLICAN T1CKKV. For President, ROIinFMfe B. iAYtt, •r Ohio. For Vict Pmident, W11X1AX A. WHEUHT, of Ntw York. f«r HyitmWiw i» Congren—Firtt DUtrict, MAIK H. WJISHX. NUIKJU. tn the year 18B9 the Republican party WAS ftilly oifuiMd for the first time in its history, by the nomonation of John C, Fremont for President, and Wm. L. Day­ ton for Vice President of the United 8tates. For those candidates we cast ballot— the first that we ever cast, and from that time to the present, we have supported the Republic** party. We believe that the piinciples upon which the party exists •re the only ones upon which a govern inHn^nwi. Htnca wa thill' labor for their continued recognition and to secure their application to public affairs. We are told that the Republican party has be. come corrupt—that it is but a stupendous machine for the perpetuation of fraud, that it ...

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 1876

|fgiouTft©o2Itausttij)t LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNINO, AUGUST 10. 1876. What lovely moonlight cve'uings. New potatoes and green corn are pleuty. The dog-days are now upon us. Look out. The ice men did a "big thing" this sea­ son. Even a fig-leaf would be too much this weather. The wheat harvest is progressing very rapidly. You can get aright good flag now for a palm-leaf fan. There will lie usual churches Sunday. Foil SALE.—One services in the Several parties in the city are laying in their winter's supply of fuel. The Austin coal yards are being filled with a large supply of winter fuel. A new sidewalk is being laid around the ttaiversalist church properly. One hundred and fifty harvest hands ar­ rived ou the Mason City train Monday. Several neat dwelling houses arc in course of erection in different parts of the city. 31. M. Broy, the popular tobacco man contemplates taking in the Centennial in a short time. Sportsmen are cleaning up their guns and training their dogs in anticip...

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 1876

tlSTEU A'f Tiill^'OBty. BT J. M'XUHUf A9, CHICAGO LATE FORT BICE, I). T. There's ir change from the calm and the still­ ness, For the ring ol the rifle is heard, And each soldier, with foot in the stirrup, Ig readirto start like-a bird Like theni^d that adorns liis banner, With beak amt with talons prepared— To guard his proud country'slionor And the bright flag that liberty reared. Down the bank now they go for the stream let Painted faces like poppies are seen, Or like daisies that spangle the Meadows That bordcfr the edge of a stream. But the keenieyes of Custer are on them lie takes them all in at a glance Well he knows that they are armed, like the cactus, With blades that are sharp as its lance. Tim clear«Sbte of the bogle is sounding Their last charge 011 say earth—who could As with MgHtJieMrtoand-steeds wildly bound­ ing They close for the desperate affray. On they spat a dash for the river Soon tfitt wavelets flow over each bow. Not a liqgrLiiot a muscle, doth quiver With f...

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 1876

N 'V« SFE" .. TTJ l^flutfrtfo^tausttipt BATES OF ADVERTISIirO. OSB EIGHTH Column, on® year O.HB QUAKTBR ONE HALF OMB M. HOWK. $18.00 30.09 55.00 100.00 Cards of fire lines or leu, five dollar* pe yoar. Editorial notices, intended as adverr tisements, twelve and one-half cents per line. Legal uotiees at the' rates prescribed by All tranoient advertisements to be paid for in advance. BUSINESS CARDS DENTISTRY. J. RAISE, D.D.8. I* H. A. A VERY. RABE&ATERTf ESIDENT DENTISTS. Basford's Block. Austin, Minnesota. JTATIELDER, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota JOHN WALSH^ GROCER, Mi LI." STREET, AUEIIR, Minx. 36-»f-v8 DR W. L. IIOLLISTER, Comer of Main and Winona Streets, Austin* Minnesota. No CARDS. 7yl EXTER HOTEL. Good accomodations for Man and Beast. TERMS REASONABLE v"m25 D. A. PAGE, Prop. .REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non csidents, Ac. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1875. I I CKANDELIT&TRENCLAW, II, ATTORNEYS AT Austin...

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 1876

4 fgomiitnaiKrift The Cautf to Official Paier. —AUSTIN. 1HHH.— BURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 17,1ST®. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor REPUBLICAN TICKET. for PriidtHi, AVlHfifltrORD B. HAYES, of Obio. for Vice PrtiitUul, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, of New York. for Riprticnlatite in Congrti*—Firit Diilriel, MARK H. PUWXELL. THAT BOLT. An effort is being made to take the curse off from those who bolted the Republican nominee for State Senator last fall, by as­ serting that we area bolter,—that we bolt, ed General Jennison, the nominee for Secretary of State in 1873. We did not bolt Jennison. At least two months be. fore the convention assembled we pub­ lished a statement concerning Jennison which was based upon our own knowl edge of facts by which he was shown to be unlit to occupy the position of a public vfllvcr. Nut**itlistanding this ho euooood ed in so manipulating delegates as to gain nomination. Having declared him un lit to be a candidate of the party,—and having made the declaration...

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 1876

|fg0U'rr6o3Iransrript LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17.1S76. The days arc getting perceptibly shorter 8Hvcr change is becoming quite plcnti. 1M. Much comfort can be drawn through a draw. Lyman Baird Is Worthy Chle of ltlie G. Tsi The doctors are autumn. predicting a sickly Buttermilk costs Ave cents a glass in the saloons. Mental worrimcnt, it is said, predisposes sunstroke. Three more weeks—then oysters will be legally ripe. Hi. Smith's plow manufactory com menced operations Monday. The Public Schools of this cily will re. open on the fourth day of September next. Twelve gentlemen hare taken board at the Hotel dc Phillips since last Friday. The harvest of the local watermelon crop has commenced, and promises to be immense. Low-cut shoes are recommended for croquet playirg. The mosquitos like tliem. "A chronic indisposition to exertion" is what ails many people just at this season of the year. S. D. Mead, blacksmith, on Bridge street, has crcctcd a neat sign in front of bi...

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 1876

BABETTE. Alone and tM golden waters Are rippling to the west, And the chime from St. Roch's belfry Dies on the ocean's breast, And the dimpled waves are rocking The fishers1 barks to rest. "Babette! Babette t" the mother calls. Far op above the strand, "Bring in your father's nets, my child, Ana lena your little hand To turn the wheel nor linger there So long upon the strand. The sun is sinking in the sea In crimson robes any gold A chilly breath the ocean stirs And roughs lier ringlets gold It leels to her like a farewell kiss From lips now dead and cold. The yellow light is on the wall, The sea wall old and gray With weed and lichen mantled all In sober-liued array. The children on the pier above Are laughing in their play. The quaint, old, red-roofed clustered town Looks downward on the wave That sea from which her wistful eye Some answer seems to crave That sea which'tfok her love away And gave her back a grave. Oh, eyes that once so lightly laughed! Oh, sad, sweet lips apart 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. — 24 August 1876

DR RAILROAD ,c 'a»SS ...'•JV-w--,.. -.U' ^DUfrOiOltanfiftipt BATES OF ADVEBTI8IJ0. Oxi Eionni Column, 000 year $18.00 On QUARTER 30.00 ONR HALT 55.00 On* 100.00 Cards of five lines or less, live dollar* pe year. Editorial notices, intended as adver tisements, twelve and one-balf cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All trancient advertisements to be paid for in advance. BUSINESS CARDS DENTISTRY. J. BABE, D.D.8. J- II. A. AVERY. RABEfcAVERY, ESIDENT DENTISTS. Basford's Block, Austin, Minnesota. A. ELDER, CLERK OF THE PISTRICI COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota JOHN WALSII, GROCER, ILL S TREET, A VSTIX, ISS. 36-tf-vS W. L. IIOLLISTER, Corner of Main and Winona Streets, Austin* Minnesota. AO CARDS. 7yl JQEXTER HOTEJL Good accomodations for M»a-uul Beast. TERMS REASONABLE v7m25 D. A. PAGE, Prop. 117 M. HOWE, .REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes fornon esideats, Ac. Austin, Minn. Feb. 1st, 1S75. 44 CRANDELL & FRENCH, I ATTORNEY...

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. — 24 August 1876

ly iwi.' '. -j -r *wili ^ou'crColraoocript The Couty las no Official Pajer. —AUSTIN, imra.— THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST », 1876. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor COVNTY CONVENTION. A delegate Convention of tho Republicans of Mower County is hereby called to meet in the Village of Grand Meadow, at 1 o'clock P. II. on Friday, the 15th day of September next to nominate candidates for the following offi­ ces, vis: Two for member of the House of Representative of he State Legislator'' one for County Auditor one for Register of Deeds one for Sheiiff one for Judge of Probate, and one for County Attorney. Such othor business as may properly come before it will be transacted by the Convention. Immediately upon the adjournment the delegates representing the Second Commiss­ ioner District of the County will organise and nominate a candidate for the office of County Commissioner for that District. Each of the several voting precincts of the County will be entitled to one delegate for its org...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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