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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 24 August 1871

Poetry. DA WN A ND S UND 0 IKY. BT MILLIB W. CAlll'KNTKH. Thb rain Is drifting down ajjaln It sweeps iutiih^ tho ro e-pinli lawn. It trembles tho window initio, Aud round tlie hill itt* veil indrawn. Oh, colli mid ion ,' tho day will No light, no wurintU, it to my For yon, my love! my Ion-! to-day Wait! In tho mvct Mmth far away. How wait yon 111 mine trriicf-y Jlaii\ IVneath an arch of bowery tree*, A am ill' upon your upturned fare: Your hands rlnsped Ull.v on your kneee. My love! my love! the day i» Dear love! when In some still roomlay Your rapt hi plauce you Northward turn, I cat Ii iis iiirlit here, far invav, Fanned with tho airs of sweet Anver^no Your face comes In my sleep -a star To guide nio through iny dreams afar: I fori a kiss on c'leek ai.rl hair, Aud thou oh, then, the day dawns fair. Through summer hours our love was burn The water shone about our eet The llo (N were !/reen with •rrtiwinir corn. And June laughed low in lane aud street. Oloye! iny love! ill days lil-...

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 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. -Atrsm MINN.- THURSDAY MOli IN Li. A I'll L' c5T t, 1 1 Repnblicati State Convention. Tho Twelfth Annual Republican State Con vention will- be Uilvl»t St. Paul, on Wed...? Jay thcSOth day Sept^aibcr, A. 1„ 1S. 1, at 12 St., for tin- purpose HI nominal in^ CMfciri.latcft for the fullo»'ing Stiitcofiieci-.-t to on tilled the ifAt gvnrrnl election, vi/. 10VKK\Ol!, NT Li c(• K.\A yoit, SKCRKTAUY OK ST ATK, STATIC THEAsntKli. ATTChNKY tiKNKIlAL. nnd TWO AS S O I A E I S I S O E I'll KM COl'KT. The up' ortioi.mciit of Delegates, which has boon determined upon, is based upon the Re publican vote for Congrr.-.-tuen in 1S70, ns fol lows: Ouc dvlogatv f»r ohoU 2'I0 vutoi' or major ftrnctivn tbvrvof nuJ «tw env fur rarli ininiiy at largo. Antikii, I (iroiit IIOCWIT, 1 I lloiltt 1)0,1 l.-'lUi-inill,'.. (I liil'f 1 llon,-o|in I lliiutuii .... IUMO ICSXRTI" -:U 111I UIMIVH L^UooU 2,St. I.OIlii tjS.-otl ,liu!i.-iin .. I!ig Stone 1: Knniiln'i:.. Carltmi, Kaiiiliyulil... 1 Slu il/iin...

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. — 24 August 1871

THE TR ANSCRIPT OFFICIAL FAPER OF THE CODNTY. LOCAL MA TTJ ilS_ AUSTIN, MINN I AVU. isri Republican Comity Conv^n"0"* A Republican Convention for ^Vtlauo .iawUi ..•*?»' „f Austin, at two clock r,-.,, 3 »lh day of-Augur A- of electing five (ho Judic al Dia hfl ftt Owatoniia Aug. 3NCt fl^VooI.-ot live other delegatesl to the state Convention at St Paul Sept. -Oth. On tbo basis of representation fixed b.v the last county convention—to-wit:—Ouo delegnte for every twenty votes polled at tlie last gener al election for Representative in Congress, and one for every fraction over ten votes thus olled, the several towns will bo entitled to irlegatcs as follows: Village of Austin, 11 Town of Austin, 4 Adams 1 fiennington, 1 l)exter I Prank lord, 4 Lyle Marshall, 1 Nevada, 4 Pleasant Valley, 2 Racine, 5 Red Rock, 4 Udolpho 3 Window, 2 Walthuui, 1 Grand Meadow, 1 Le Roy Laming DaUd July I'd, 1871. II. F. LANGWORTM, J. K. ROBINSON. SHERMAN 1'AGK. County Central Committee Kepubllcitu Caucus. firs...

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. — 24 August 1871

A WrpHtle jvith Niagara. I was staii'Iim iilcnit thirty or forty yanla in nchnm i! ut 1 lie Clifton, that is, thirty or I'mly yards m-urer the horse-shoe iilon^ Hie liriiik of the rocks, ami opposite the American ill. The ground must luive 1 en nltout the --rtiiifl li ight as the opposite fall, but, owing to the ittrv.ouce liill down whirti the rapi ls nish, it was possible to il'^tiuguish any oljivl of the size of a boat a con-iiUTill' oistanro atovethe fall, so that, now us it was pnintul out to me, I saw in I he middle of 1 he r-ipids, a huge loir of wood, I he trunk of a tree, which had lodged thi'ie some years before, ami upon it a black sj)eelc. 'This, after some obser vation, I poroi ived to move, ft was a man. s, ho and his two companions had, on the previous niuht, Ivcii rowing about Some distance atiove the fall. I»y some liu ans or other they had ventured too near the rapids had lost all command of their boat, and had been hurried away to tie ruction It was supposed that ...

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. — 31 August 1871

Poetry. UNDER THE STARS. TWAS on A cloudless summer night The moon threw down her radiant light Th.' rivor rau, silver thread, Hu-i1e the curving road that led Around the hill* with Imi^rh and song, A tnorry c.owd, wo (iruvo ulonj,'. fleslrto m« eat-you know-a friend My £»/.•• toward tlin Mar* did teud How bright 1"* said. Mo aiifvvered Yes— Art bright lit* flars!" But., dear, y.m guoss Tl at w!iil« f"r moth ctiirsili I »hlno Ll IB V)Vt looked lOTt'l luio mlnu. Ju«t then, from blue moonlighted apace A etar dropped all ii« rliinini r«co Looked after It and liIuiktMi uw«x li, caret.'** wonder.' ^," k' Aiid wi-h, liel'nro ••I've wl-li.-d," h^i-'I'-kl} replied. It It Wh it !f ivtxhcd ho would not tell \:ffn».i-• 1 him—" All tho spell v',.f liri'ken ll' th iniuht be told (Ml when .iiruiii the scattered gold tia.inld "prinklo all the heavenly blue. He'd ti-U mo, and 'twould ull coiue Iruo." And all tlio nlirht the stars looked down InnuiMtivu till morning's frown Of angry red obscured tle...

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. — 31 August 1871

liMHfH THE TRANSCRIPT. A. A* HARWOOD. Editor and Proprietor. —AUSTIN, MINN.- THUU3DAY MORNING, Al/tils Repnblican Stats Convention. The Twelfth Annual Republican State Con entieu will lit* held ut St. Paul, mi Weduesday Uin20th rtaty of St'plciiibcr, A. 1»7I, flt 12 M., for the puipo-c ui nominating •!»ndidates for the following State officers to bo filled ut the lle\t general l- CtiiMl, vi/. UOVERN'nir. 1.1KUTKN VXT GOVHHVOU, KKC Kl.'TA 1! iF ,vT.VTL\ HTATK TliLASl liKK, A IT"itNi:V GFM.ltAL. and TWO AS ?OCIATK I'STICKS OK THE fc'l'PKli.ME CO CRT. Tho npi ortioi.nuut of Delegates, which has lewi determined upon, it* by sod upon the Re publican vote fur Congressman iu I?70, as ftl K»ws: Oba delegate for oftch 250 viiCm or majer fr*«ttou Uteievf and also one fur each county ku-g «. An»kft, 2! Grant 1 Redwood 2 Bockvr, lilleu?epin ...1.1 Renville 3 Bvntou 1 lioutoD 6 Rico 6 lllue Karth,....61 Isanti 2 Rock Ur^wn, C! Jackson 1* St. Louis I Hig Stone 1:Kanabec 1 Scott Carlton, 2, Kandiy...

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. — 31 August 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. A• A« HAftWOOD* Editor ftnd Proprietor* —AUSTIN,, MINN- THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1871 Republican State Convention. The Twelfth Anutfel Republican State Con tention will be held at St. Paul, on Wednesday theSfOtla *my or September, A. l)„ at 12 M., for the purpose of nominating candidates for the following State officers to be fllletLat the next general cloctiou, viz GOVERNOR, LIEUTENANT GOVHRNOR, SECRETARY OK STATE, STATE TREASURER, ATTORNEY GENERAL, and TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT. The apportionment of Delegates, which has been determined upon, is bated upon the Re publican vote for Congressmen in 1870, as fol lews: One delegate for oaoh 250 votes or major fraction tfcaveef aid alio one for eaeh county at large. Aaeka, _..J Qrant Beeker, 1 lleucepin Benton, 1 llputou..... Blae Earth)....8 Ifaati Brewn, 3 Jackson.... Dig Stone 1 Kanabec....' Carlton, ........2 Kandiyohi. Carver, 3 Lake ••'•II 2 Le Sueur... Chippiwa,...... 2 MoLeod, 3 Chisago, ..3 ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 31 August 1871

T1IE TRANSCRIPT. OFFICIAL FAPER OF THE COUNTY. LOC. IL MATTERS- AUSTIN', MINN,.. A I'll 11, 1ST I 'JTltw Judicial 011 vt-ntiou. The newt? l'roin Owatonna is not very cneoura^in^ I Jf stood, Doimltlson vote Case 0. At this niorning tl !,nd obstinaU-. Lord 1 of the train leavi"i the (•(.iilist, though long vo no *ijrn of break- T.ATEU. The Judicial District Convention, which met in Owatonna to-day nomi­ nated Hon. Sam Lord, on the two- hundred and fifth ballot, over Judge Donaldson, the present incumbent, and und the lion. John II. Case, compet­ ing candidates. RepnblH an ouuly Convention. 3 p. (. Tuesday /ug. 20th 1871. Tho Republican County Convention, for the, county of Slower, assembled, at tho Court House, in the village of Austin, pursuant to call, and was called to order by Sherman Page chairman of tho central comuiitteo. Alter tho reading of tho call, on motion, Hon. W. U. Teller of Lo Roy, was chosen chairman, a*d I\ 0. Woodbury of Dexter, Secrotary. C„ motion the chair appoi...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 31 August 1871

Munchausen in California* A corri.K of wckM aijo I started on a visit to i'.'-emite Valley. The Stockton boat k'tiv. !S iu Francisco at half-past 4 o'clock in tho afternoon. I arrived at the v. li'irl jiit a moment too lute to get on urd, luoicad fi' \Miitiu^ itn 1 1 the •.\i iictcrmin to to Stockton hi'i'scji if! ui.I ruu'c. Hccordnig 1- cro^std tin- luy i) i!v!and, or us it is I" :t-T 1:. uivit, I,itMc l'i'ddiiiigioii," pro cm-. it ii i:hc dim r,»dc wcr the Livcrniere ill. ". ti r.j 1. lid .lilui^ht with a ranch tr, !•.• :.-i kimwii iu the valley as ir",v- Ti -:v till call hilll that lnvmi-c lit'"! dt!i by iioldinn on to his nmnoy i'h a. dc.'.-io el 1'ortiluile not iMivrt&al in li'.i C(.u:iiry. Well, as supper time ap j""')aelc l, asked me if I would like s. -in:• and how I preferred it, hard cr :-(n, I•. i.111 it I'ried. I told him I would, Hi i! Ui'i'M si'it nu- best soft-boiled, few inonieaia there came Clamps •in 1 hid wife, rollim* an egg the size of a ti .iir 1) lnc!, wh...

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. — 7 September 1871

Poetry- CALEB AND RUTH. T'NCLR CAVBB anfl Kuth, his wife, Carina littlo for outsUlo weather, Fifty yuarx uf ttioir wmlilod lifn Spout iu this liny hoiit-u t'^'cilier. Mossy ttifl roof ar.'l uray tho wall. Narrow tlio \vinl*, low ttio iloor But love1# own sunlight hallowed tl all, from raftered rnliimr to ouuileil floor. Silent to-ilav l"it eilver mvcct Voice" "f •:lulilreii I- nit ai o, KfopihiT lliLie with their ree-llr** feel, Vullowuil the mother to ami fro. Scattered afar from Kant to WeM. decking their fortune- far ami »i.i. Mr, one »t:iys 1" the olden Wlwrw ..iiclitu-aiitir.il ."O,none, hide. fMrln" ti-iii-'" Kalliut -weet from tho summer sky. In a narrower IIOUHO than thl* Caleh atul liuth together lio. Up where tho many mansions wait, is there, I wonder, cottage email— Not too Mutely ite pearly unto, Not too Btiiiilnj its golden wail Where those two may in peace abide? Heaven were none if thu-e must part Caleb away Iroui Iier gentle side, Ruth ufar lrom his faithful heart 1 ...

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. — 7 September 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. -AUSTIN. MINN.— THURSDAY MORXINO, SEl'T. 7, 1S71. Bgggy.- I Forjudge of the Fifth District, SAMUEL LORD, NP MASTOIIVII.I.K. Bepnblican Stato Convention. Tho Twelfth Annual Republican Stato Con vention will lie liclil at St. l'aul, on Wednesday fboSOIIi «Iny »!'September, A. D„ 1S7I, lit 12 M., for the purpose of nominating candidates for tho following State oHioer* to lc filled at the next general election, vii (10VERNOR, LIEUTENANT (30VEHN0R, SECRETARY OF STATE, STATE TREASURER, ATTORNEY GENERAL, and TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT. Tho apportionment of •ilelcgntcs, which has been determined upon, is based upon tho Re publican voto for Congressmen in 1870, u« fu|. Iowa One delegate for each 2jl votes or major fraction thereof and al.-ti one fur each county at large. Anoka, ?)riint I IU By order of tho Republican Stato Central Committee. FRED. DRISC0LL, Chairman. J. T. WIM.IAMS, Secretary. Dated St. Paul, July 6, 1871. Tho District Judgeship The District ...

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. — 7 September 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. OFFICIAL FAPER OF THE COUNTY. LOCAL MATTERS AUSTIN, MINN,.. arrival SEIT. 7, 1S71 nil. A SI- Panl K. B. Tiuic Table. IOWA AND MINNESOTA DIVISION. ai a o'clock, P* M. Toek effect May Arrival ami iit|»rturo of trains at Austin. Going west. Going east. 1(l Vaj Passenger, arrive* at 1.10 m. departs at I'Ij Nicht Passenger, arrives at 3.40 a in. departs at 3.50 Day Passenger amvss 1.40 m. departs 1.45 Night Pasionger arrives 12.00 in departs 12.10 a in. Basses leave the Hotels in time for both day and night trains. Orders for tho buss to ca,l for passengers, may bo loft at cither of tho hotels. AUSTIN POST OFFICE. AND DEPARTURE of MAILS. Closes. Arrivts. Faster*, (drily.).. p« Northern, daily [2 :0 ...2.00 Southern, (daily) 12..10 Nevada. Friday? Kose Creek, Saturdays, 12:30 ...2:00 Nomails arrive or depart on Sunday. Office hours from S a. in. to 8 p.m. Money orders issued and lctte daring olficehours. A. E. MEIGS, P. M. F. A. DAV, Assistant. County Directory. Auditor, J...

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. — 7 September 1871

THE Tir.s OK BUSINESS.—Adver tise. A Tor NINO AITKAL.—A sheriff's offi cer's tap. WHKN A wife reigns, it seems natural that she should storm too. She generally docs MEXICAN newspapers are dipcussinir the annexation ot Mexico to the I'niteil States. DIVIDENDS are paid in rash in the "H ashington Lite Insurance Company of New York. THK day to pick your wife is Choose day. Weddens-day is the day to be car ried on, of course. PUKMU M8, policies and dividends are paid in cash in the Mutual Life Insurance Company, of Chicago. BOSTON used last year :W2,43.» barrels of nle, and rS,()tr barrels of lagrrbeer, which cost the retailers about '.,000,000. A MAN up in Portsmouth, N. II., named Lis two children Kbenczer and Flora, and always spoke of them as "El)" and "Flo." THERE are now in the United Kingdom eighteen towns, each with a population ex ceeding 100,000. Thirteen are iu England, three in Scotland, and two in Irelaud. _THK boy who wished that he was a foun tain so that he always might ...

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. — 14 September 1871

Poetry. IN THE LANE. BY C*MA THAXTKB. Bt *ott»jre walls the lilacs blow Rli-1 spikes of perfume stand and *way At o|iun rn-euiunts, wIhto nil il.iy The warm wind waves tbcm to anil to. Ont of the shadow of the dour, Iuto tho u'o den morning nir, Co-i es 0110 who tn.-ike-s die day more fair And summer eweotor than before). The ripple-t-»lnp*oiii& nil -'lit linvo .-dievt I'pou hrr h-ek the bloom s- raro The wun hn» kinged her bright brown hair, BrniJod about her gni. e.u head. Llphtlv hotwixt the lilacs till aim thro-i-rh the canton irstc, Arrow the mild,—atnl m* to A moment by tho erc'eiril Mall And 111 Mi in II ''•r "''"J "iM'ilmr'of'«V,I iVun "f beSes 8be s'ays. 11 in-- 1 TIM nntr-tv o"'T t'H- LTIIS'V space 4-,urn ..no wh--ie sn-pshe lain would *tay a i» I lie no ly-rlsen day Ho t-ioops t' read her urooplug f»ce. Her faro In 1 lUo Ihe morning sklon, Hri^-'it. tnniel, tender, lil',»hiiie aweot Mio iliiie- not trust h--r own to moot Tho steady pleudor of bin eyes. Uo holda her wi...

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. — 14 September 1871

AUSTIN, MOT inURSDAV MORNING, SEPT. 14, 1871. Tho Twelfth Annual ttepublioan St to Cmi Vwiliou will be In Id ut 8t. P-.ul, on Wednesday •Ju SOfli day orHcpiciiibrr, A. P., 1ST!, at 12 M.. ior the purpose oi nominating ia.ii l.it.v for tho fallowing Stateoffie.-ni to I,, filled at tho next gnp.eral election, vij tiOVBRNOU, LIEUTKN ANT (10VERXOR, SKi'RKTAItY OK STATE, STA'lE TKF.ASU1! UK, ATTChSEY GKNKKSL, and TWO A.sSM'I ATK .1UST ICES OF THE •Ui'llliMK COL/iT. The up ortio. tni nt of Delegate*, which hus W»n determined upon, id based upon ti lie puWioau fur Congressmen in 1 TO, as fi,|. tews. Oao .1.1..^ to f-ir tV'iv:.. i: .' i!. lit i.ir Crow Political. qnestioii, can give an unbi ihi iJ itc- ntnt of iat ifny ». ov»f .•,* «»h THE TRANSCRIPT.I Hut unfortunately Republicans liiaii: fi 11 n«j rigid party discipline. Tlie difc- A. A W OOD. Editor an Fro jrittor. For Judgeof tho Fifth Diitrict, SAJIl'lil I.OitD, r.-r Ma5Tuiiv i.i e. Bepnblican Stato Convention. •|R« An ok it. •i -. Uvo...

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. — 14 September 1871

JRJ :2 I 1 •m w&m ^^ferp-T v«% ©H it UA-1 I?? er'f?1.tio'A THE TRANSCRIPT. A.A,IAlWOOH.Bdheri*l PMofatar. TIJUBSDAY M0RN|HO, SEPT.HrWl. •PfSW Ji ttf '3 •'•^sSSS T" r«ri«4p4^iFifik District, •AXtflii LORD, OV lliXtonril-LB. 1 Itpnblican State OonTOtiom The Twelfth Annus! RipiUiaui St»te Con natki will be held H'St. P»nl, oa Wedneidtj ths»*Mi day •riepleaibcr, A. I, 1W1,»IIJ II., fir ik* parpoM oi uilniiig «^lijU»ror ^following 8tatoo%er*to be AUcdatthoaeitgoaerel clootlon, vis U^CTEKAST aOVBRXOR. 5sssrassss^ ATTCKNEY GENERAL, and ^TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES Of THE 4«i Hi:- SVPRBXB COUttT. Tho aportle«meat of Delegates, wkieh has km determtaedapoa,** based upon tbe Re yiHiM nH for C»»|wimm« la 1&78, a* fi_. f" 1m.- Z'-ti £r' fc* iefe|»t» Iki/^ssoif 550 vote* or mnji-r ^taoas,.....v«4.«3 BeoSr*,.. .„.. Iwtoi,. 1 Bla#Sarth,....A Grant Hons.epla .. ta Ronton ,„•$ Isanti ..».«.«». 2 J*ekson JKlppMlb%9.o*o*««. 1 •fawn, ..., HgWMM, '".I MlUffllMIMtlf R«il wood2 RenyiU#,V:.„..3 HMe Hoik....

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. — 14 September 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OP THE GOUHTT. LOCAL MATTERS• AUSTIN, MINN, SEPT. 14, S71» Mil St- Paul Time IOWA AND MINNESOTA DIVISION. To.k offcct May Going oast. 4 cIook Arrival and d»|.»rturo of trains at Austin. G'oiug "est. p,» i'asncngcr, arrives at 1.10 m. ,, departs at ....1*15 Vjjrht Passenger, arrives at 3.40 a in. departs at 3.50 It ay l'asBeuger arrives 1.40 m. •i departs 1.45 Wight nssenger arrives 12.00 ni departs 12.10 a m. Basses leave the Hotels in time for both day and night trains. Orders for tho buss to ca.l for paiieogerB, may be left at either of the hotels. AUSTIN POST OFFICE. AB1IVAL ASD DEPARTURE Of MAILS. 1 Closes. Arrivts. Hastern, (dally,) :..I2:3»p. m....|:00 pm Northern, (dailv) I2:.0 ...2:00 SKu. (daily) 12:3« -2:00 Kcvadft, Friday, 3:00 ...2.00 Rose Creek, Saturdays, 12:30 ...2:00 No mails arrive or depart on Sunday. Office hours Irom S a. m. to 8 p. m. Money orders issued and letters registered during office hours. A. E. MEIGS, P- M. f. A. DAY, Assis...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 September 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL FAFEB OP THE COUHTT. LOCAL MATTERS- AUSTIN, MINK,... ..SEPT. 14, 1871» •II It. To.K effect May H. •hould B. Time T»bl«- IOWA AND MINNESOTA DIVISION. »l«t, 1871, at 4 Arrival and o'clock, departs at Qoing east. Bar Passenger arrives- Might Passenger arrives Barveyor, George oflce ktld 1*15 3.40 tfight Passenger,arrive!at... a depart* Basses LEAVE thR ud M. 3.60 departs at.. Hotel* in time for both day night train*. Order* for the ban to for paseeagers, may AUSTIN POUT OFFICE. UTLTAL I» SSPTTMI Of MAIL*. Cloae*. Haatern,(daily,) (daUy) 12:30 ...2:00 ttswi Kevada. Friday, SOLE CIEEK, F. A. DAT, Assistant. County Directory* Auditor, .John P. Treasurer, .John 8. Beg. of Deed*, W. First Distriot 20X24 PLXASK D. THE of Behool DAY O ing, speaking Clough, Coontj Gommiuionera- WM. H. H. E. J. ATH MeKee, Le Roy. Alanaon Beach, Lyle. PERSONAL.—Hon. J. Q- Farmer of Spring Valley was in town yesterday. HON. G. M. CAMKRON is the same month. building an on Bridge St. between...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 September 1871

MI %•. ans 111 u,e aud he has a grip like a dozen blacksmiths. In sp inse to our questions he said "My name is George W. Porter. I have been on the plains since '03. I was in the Minnesota massacre, near New Ulm, the 18th of August of that year. All my folks were killed, except me and my little sister, three years old, whom they took prisA»,er." Why didn't you follow afler tho In dians?" I had no horse, and the captain didn't by the eternal God I would never rest until I had had revenge—a bloody re venge." DM you ever get any traces of your slater Why, yes, there was the Yankton, Swanee and Sioux Indians, and I knowed them pretty well I learned that they had her. I knowed what they'd do with her" ''You have not been successful in your efforts to secure her. No you see, single-handed and alone, a man don't stand much chance. That's what I had been doing all the time. Once, in Arizona, I was right in sight of her. The way I knowed It was her was, I had been on tha trail of the band of...

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. — 21 September 1871

Poetry. A RECIPE FOR YEA8T. A itANDFut, small of fragrant hops deposit In Hon Ml .Kr'KlHKr ».W W•" gho"ld^e ^ii.U| i/ifiiit'iui *tir. a Then add a 'pint of Adam's alo, and boll thorn till they ccttlo Then if you wi«U to brow good ycftBt, lively ana sweet, you'd aiKjhl' Tnke fotlT potatoes, medium ei/.cd, and wash them well with witter Divest them of their j*cken next-in common par lance, ttkiii 'em— ,. Then make neiMirntice doubly sure, and banish all pollution. By Bulweiiucuily vln thorn auother jjrand alilu of course Then 1oil thorn-half an hour, perhaps ,,.r or |_iid arJ l'ulal in vitpid. Iheu ir.iisli tin"'" ,)onvyt soggy. m^lily, each lump with vig- |!l Ami r»' wllil'h loaves ample room A cup'half '1"^11 With sugar add 'twill sweoton It enough It needs the name amount of salt you'll And It The hop inrunioii strain Is next, a pint, you nilud, liy measure Thou wilt) two quarts of water warm dilute it at your pleasure And to gently keep It moving, from circumferenio to center. Nev...

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