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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 31 May 1877

THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 31, 18*7. S. C. ELDRIDGE, AMoctnte Kill tor mill Basilica* Manager. LOCAL MATTERS. Horse Corn Planters and haiul Corn Planters, any Kind you wan! at Vnu's. The Key Stone horse Corn Planter is nc knowlcded by everyone who uses them, to be the boss planter of the world. Corn Planters ami Corn Plows are among the staple articles which Van keeps on hand, and sells to those who want. Van has a reputation for selling none but the best of articles in his line, and he is prepared at all times to sustain anil make good his waranty. Van lias for sale the Gorham and the Star Corn Plows, both for riding and walk­ ing, and he .vill put them to competition with any corn plow manufactured. When Diogi-ns was carrying his candle around, he was looking for a man. If he had have been looking for a corn planter lie could have found one at E. P. Van's warehouse. Two horse Corn Plows, 011c horse Corn Plows, riding Corn Plows, walking Corn Plows, iron bi-ani Corn Plows, wood beam Cor...

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. — 31 May 1877

WILLY'S WIPE. The road Is Ion and rough, you see. Far stretching o'er the prairie And if his father went—way. I Must stay and tend the dairy. Perhaps an idle tear I dropped To see him mount the filly, To go alone to blcas the bans Or onr dear boy, onr Will}-. A week of days is passed since then, Each longer tlinn the other So strange it is to think he's wed And I not there—his mother! So strange, when he, a toddling tiling, Got all my cares so freely Well, care and kisses wait to-dny For Willy's wife and Willy. What's that, you say That I've not seen, And so I may not love her! Not lore his wife Why, troops of girls Might lift their heads above her. Ay, all the girls might fairer be 'In bloom of rose and lilly, Bnt dearer than the best to me Would be the wife of Willy. TIs true lie's young. 'Tweve well, perhaps, lle'd waited just a little A lover's knot too early tied May prove, alas! buibrittle. Vet old folks often make mistakes In thinking young folks silly, And what's the use to ...

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 June 1877

fgawr ®0 KATES 0? ADVERTISING. OXE FIGHTH Column, one year OXE QUARTER ONE HALF OSB I) EXTEU HOTKL :(J 9 18 00 30. CO 6S.(i0 lOO.tO Cai'ds of five lines or less, five dollars per year. Editorial noticps, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-hall" cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All transient advertisements to be paid for in advance. BUSINESS CARDS. DENTISTRY. J. It.VBE, W.D.S. J- -J II. A. AVERT. ABE & AVERY, ESIDENT DENTISTS. Pusford's Block. Austin, Minnesota. CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower County,Minnesota JOHN WALSH, GROCBRJ .MILL STREET, AUSTIN, MIS*. f-v8 I) R. W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Main and Winena Streets, :istixi» Minnesota. SOCAUDS. 7yl aeeoinoliitiong for Alan and lltnit. S 11 ASONABLE v7ii)26 D. A. PAGE, Prop. I\R M. IIOWK. .HEUISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxe? fornon- 3 iCiltS, AC. Austin, Minn. ,Fcb. 1st, 1S75. XNDELL & FRENTIT, \_J ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Austin. Minn. Office in Rank Bl...

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 June 1877

THURSDAY MORNING, .TUNE lilh, 137.. A. A. IIARWOOD, Editor. TiiE«i:nNio.\. The result ot the t'lcclion held last Tuesday in this city, is of such a charac­ ter as to enable us to pre diet villi certain­ ty thijt not this county alone, but the en tiro State ha« rejected I he borul holder's proposition by a very decided majority, .fust -what particular influences have con­ duced to this decidedly negative expres­ sion, it is not easy to determine, but wc think there is a deep seated and very pre vaiicnl feeling that the lav,*" under which the settlement was to have been made,— if made at all, is radically defective, in this that it did not suilicientlv guard the interests of the* people. In this feeling Ave have never participated with this view we have 110 sympathy and yet we cau readily see how many voters may be made to suspect the existence of some intended fraud. This i.lea might be de­ rived from the fact that the "Board of Public Credit," created by the act, were given very gen...

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 June 1877

THURSDAY MORNING, CROCKEUY THOSE STOKE JUNE 14tb, 1S77. S. C. ELDRIDGE, Associate Editor anil Business Manager. I,OCAL. MATTERS. Horse Corn Planters and hand Coru Planters, any kind you want at Van's. The Key Stone horse Corn Planter is ac knowledcd by everyone who uses them, to be the BOSS planter of the world. Corn Planters and Corn Plows arc among the staple articles which Vau keeps on liand, and sells to those who want. Van has a reputation for selling none but the best of articles in his line, and he is prepared at all times to sustain and make good his waranty. Van lias for sale the Gorham and. the Star Corn Plows, both for riding and walk­ ing, and he .rill put them to competition with any corn plow manufactured. When Diogons was carrying his candle around, he was looking for a man. If he had have been looking for a coru planter lie could have fouud one at E. P. Vim's warehouse. Two horse Corn Plows, one horse Corn Plows, riding Corn PlowS, walking Corn Plows, iron beam Coru ...

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 June 1877

NIGHT. BT JAMBS MONTGOMERY, Night is the time for rest How sweet when labors close, To Jgnthcr round an aching breast The curtain of repose, Stretch the tired limbs, and lay the head Down on our own delightful bed! Night is the time for dreams The gay romance of life, When truth that is, and truth that seems, Mix in fantastic strife Ah! visions, less beguiling far Than waking dreams by daylight arc! Night is the time for toil To plough the classic field, Intent to find the buried spoil Its wealthy furrows yield Till all is ours that sages taught, That poets sung and heroes wrought. Night is the time to weep To wet with unseeu tears Those graves of Memory, where sleep The joys of other years Hopes, that were Angels at their birth. But died when young,'like things of earth, Night is the iime to watch O'er ocean's dark expanse, Tohnil the Pleiades, or catch The full moon's earliest glance. That brings into the homesick mind All we have loved and left behind. Ni^lit is the time for care...

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. — 12 July 1877

J- I II pouter a ®wrasm|rt RATES OF ADVERTISING. Oxk Kiohth Column, one year Oxb Quarter Oxk Hai.f «i Oxe 9 18 00 30.00 65.00 100.00 Cards of five li,its or less, five dollars per year. Editorial notiefs, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-halt cents per line Legal notices at tlie rates prescribed by All transient advertisements to he paid for in advauce. INTERESTING €UltKENT TOPICS. The bent of two Baltimore bad little boys was to steal door keys. They col­ lected over a hundred anil traded them for tobacco. Gen. Toombs says that, after partici­ pating' in the Georgia Constitutional Con­ vention, he will take no further part in public affair. The sale of the furniture of a young and beautiful woman of notoriety was ad­ vertised in Paris in consequence of Mile. 's conversion." The most interesting thing in a Toledo golden wedding was a dance by the bride­ groom's father, aged 106, and the old man sixteeu. great-great-gpuiddiyjgh aged .r A hVWiMi ot ti., "*•?. ». —.ill lass...

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. — 12 July 1877

I I .L*'V DELIXATKKT TA\»LI»T HWR 1876. OTA IE OP MINNESOTA MOW 0 ER COUNTY.—m. ,Dlitrlct Court, Ten idicial District. Th« State of Mliiiewilk to all persons, com 'panirs, or corporations who nave or claim any estate, right, title, or interest in claim to, or lien upou any of the several piece# Sescribed: treets of land in the list hereto attached, The list taxes oil i*»I estate for the .'Cotfrity of Mower, remaining delinquent on first day of June, 1877, has been filed in ibe office of the Clerk of Ih© District Court, To the Co'anty of MoWcr, of which that here­ to attehed is 'a copy Therefore, you and each of you are hereby required to file in the offtae of said Clerk, wUhib twenty days after the last publication of this notice, your an. sw«r in writing, setting forth any objection or defense you may h»ve to the taxes, or any ^art thereof, upon any piece or parcel of land described in said list, in, to, or ou which you hav or claim any estate, right, title, in. terest, claim or li...

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. — 12 July 1877

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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. — 12 July 1877

THE HOLE IS THE FLOOR. BY LIZZIE CLARKE HARDY. In the prlmitiTe dnya of our grandfather's time, Whcu the fire-plate, genial and bright, Ita cavernous rceesacs glowing with flame, Filled the old fashioned kitchen with light They naed often to gather at elosc of the aav, Round the hearth-stone, that altar of vore, But men of this modern and glorified age, Collect round—a hole in the floor. The grandfather gat iu the chimney nook, In an old-fashioned splint-bottomcd chair, And solemnly read from the blessed old Book, Theu knelt with the household in prayer Their altar the time-honored hearth-stone with gleams Of the fire-light flickering o'er. We moderns all worship 'neath (YIM-O and gas. Our altar—a hole iu the floor. When from the old hearth-stone the children went forth To join in the soul-thrilling strife And win themselves laurels or valiantly brave The buffeting surges of life. Then with world.-wearied hearts yearning sad ly for rest, TllCV would seek the old heai-Ui-stouo: once ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 13 June 1878

BATES OF ADVERTISING. ONE EIC.HTH Column, oue year $ 18.00 NK QRARTKR 44 As*a«»iu»tion 30.00 ONE IIalk 66.00 O.NK 100.00 Cards of five lines or less, live dollars per year. Editorial notioes, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-half cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All transient advertisements to be paid for advance. NEWS OF THE WEEK. ftniiltsit44 rain Market. The Mark Laue Express says by the most hopeful observers it can scarcely be said that the state of the wheat and barley on low lying laiul is other than extremely critical. Crops ire weak, discolored and rotten in tome places from the prolonged immersion, and even on light lands the harvest prospects are two or three sacks per acre worse than a month ago. If the rain speedily ceases, and a long spoil of dry weather succeeds, some, but not all the damage may be repaired. Such an unfavorable change in the prospects of the English wheat crop would once have had a marked effect upou prices, but...

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. — 13 June 1878

XL AostU, HtaiNta. Stmi: 12.00 A. A. HARWOOD, Editor. THURSDAY MORNING* JUNS 13th, 1878 REPUBLICAN COUNTY COKVEXTION. A Delegate Convention of the Republicans of Mower eounty is era by e&lled to meet in the Village of Taopi, at 1 o'clock r. M., on Tuesday, the 21 day of July. 1S78, for the purpose of electing 8 delegates to ri present •aid county in the First District Congress­ ional Convention, to be held at Albert Lea July 10th, 1878. Each of the several voting preeinets of the county will be entitlod to delegate* as follows, viz Auftia City—1st Ward, 7 2d Ward, 7 Sd Ward, S Austin town, 5 Adams, 4 Browpsdaie village, 6 ltenuingtou, 4 Clay­ ton, 2 Dexter, .S$ Frank lord, 8 Grand Meadow village aud town, 6 Lancing, 7 LeKoy village and tuwu, 9: Lylo village, 3 Lyle town, 6 Lodi, 4 Marshall, 3 Nevada, 6 Pleasant Valley, 3 Ked Rook. 5 Racine, 7 Sargent, 2, Udolpho, 6 Windoin, 4 Wat tbam, 3. C. C. CRANK. Chairman Co. Rep. Com. Austin, June 13th, 1878. AS Ol'X CEA1 E*T. My proprieto...

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. — 13 June 1878

^toutt 6 (Transcript THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE-13th, 1878. flllP.CIt DIRECTORY. cimisT (EVlscOfAL) CHURCH.—Carter of St. Paul mul Water Streets. ltev. John Anketell, "Rector. Morninp Fcrvioc 1U:30, A. M., and 7:-t5 P. M., evory Siuulav Evening prayer each Friday evening at 5. METHODIST Kl'lSOOPAL CHURCH.—Corner of 81. Vanl anil Bridge streets, Rev. O. WillUamj pa»tor. rrtMu tiiug i-vorv Sabbath at lO'.j a. m., aiul 7 p. m. Siuulav school at noon. Prayer meeting 'l'hurs?*y ngs. Tho public are cordially invited to the ot rvices. YVTIST CHURCH.—Corner of St. rani and Adams streets. Rev. C. IX TVM.len, Pi*tor Services at 10V. a. m., and 7:15 v. m. Sunday whool at noon. I'raver meeting Thursday evenings. ag Saturday before first Sunday, each month, at 8 p. ui. UNIVF.USAI.IST CHURCH.—High and Bridge streets Rev. J. W. Kldridge, pastor. Services »t 111 Mo and 7:15 p. in. Sunday school at noon. Vyev 'meetIHK Thursday evening. All are invited to heso services. COXORECTATIONAT, CHURCH.—Corner of...

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 June 1878

l'HSUAV PloimiSo transcript .IJOOAIJ MLMIMNV,. I 1 1 1 O i-ir.u-'T r.N.: :R,a \\\IUT M.'t I i::: M'r\ N KI'1-Vm'• MKTHOIMS 1' N 7 rNivr.iisAi.i-" r:t'v :trn. ii -rh :nui I w. !:wr. NWUW at TS-.l'? A FOE'S 1- t"*111 N L"1 it ttu tauuiv i:: Xbi- t\ 1^. K« AI TIN. MINN \V .V1,:,,-. in :T-.!i Feb. I" ii is d. 1 i. Rz..\L toTA uOLLbu !ON ,, !'. .1 I N So N", D. liKOWN. A1 JUSTICE OF THE tuo -.-ill I 1.oc FHKSU IS78. N Noble & '1'U. I'lll'KlMl. .'f a 1'hv i'tit'l..- uiv Ii: H1 .. :i. !ll.. :i:ul I'rtiv i'v '.11001 :'u: T'' ir~. 1 1 11^ si p,iui an.i r.n.iito -mvK «. o. Wiiv.iums. «nutjr. i{EA1, N. Teicli man's new advertisement 1'- "i, li ,•!'. uV.l.:Uh 10'- 11. m* in to a is 1,1 t''1' R..U'NST 1'IU'ITI'II. -I\NII'R 1 1 I CAI.I. RUI1 :IMI a -uwi.-. Kov. n.Cni? Charley's next Saturday. i.r^s. (.'.'M'iiunt moot i-.n'h :i'.'iuh. ut :»in. 1 1 M- i' ATTOKXKY AT LA W. O' I N K. I SO N". -. •.., Mi il I.i.v. i" t:! n:ii .ru. i' S 'ill iitreu«l |.r-n.j.:'v ,:i- 1 t-i hi.- r-,ir.-. .11«• i'. l...

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. — 13 June 1878

A Sterling Old Poem. 'Who shall Judge man from his manners? Who shall know him by his dress? Paupers may be fit for princes, Princes fit for something less. Crumbled shirt and dirty jacket May beclothe the golden ore Of the deep Satin vesi There ate si Ever flo There are Whilt the Vainly li aixHccllsga— ore ratajTnectar. ams i{C°ut( )1« bf bed |Q|overthrown, ts by sohls, not dresses, jspenfou and me. Hidden, golden, )ferthr God, who Love and While he values thrones the highest But as pebbles in the sea. Man upraised above his fellows, Oft forgets his fellows then Masters—rulers—lords, remember That your meanest hinds are men? Men of labor, men of feeling, Men of thoughts and men of fame. Claiming equal rights to sunshino In a man'* ennobling name. There are foam-embroidered oceans, There are little woo4-clad ijUa There are feeble inch-high sftpmigs, There are cedars on the hills. God who counts by souH not stations, Loves and prospers you and me For to Him all vain distinctions Area...

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. — 13 June 1878

A Sterling Old Poem. Who shall judge man from his manners? Who shall know him by his dress? Paupers may be lit for princes, Princes lit for something less. Crumbled shirt and dirty jacket May beclothc the golden ore Of the deepflgt thoughts and feeling— Satin vest^rn do na more. There ate stjcauis of crystal nectar. Ever tlowfpj out of stone There are pqrpl« beds and golden, Hidden, crushed and overthrown, Hod, who cojuits by souls, not dresses, Love and prospers you and me. While he values thrones the highest But as pebbles in the sea. Man upraised above his fellows, Oft forgets his fellows then: Masters —rulers—lords, remember That vour meanest hinds are men Men of labor, men of feeling, Men of thoughts and meii of fame. Claiming equal rights to suushiue In a mail's ennobling name. There urn foam-embroidered oceans, There are little wood-clad rills There are feeble inch-high saplings, There are cedars on the hills. liod who counts by souW1, not station?, Loves and prospers you ami...

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 June 1878

BATES OF ADVERTISING. ORB EIGHTH Column, one year ONE QUARTER ONE HAI.* ONE 18.00 90.00 66.00 11 100.00 Cards of Are lines or lees, Ave dollars per year. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-half cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All transient advertisements to be paid for advance NEWS OF THE WEEK. Vortlga Gr*la Mwluta. Tho Mark Lane Express says, speaking generally: The appearance of all the cereals bulky, but the tendency of so much mois­ ture has been to develop the plant at the ex­ pense of the grain producing power, and ap­ pearances do not favor the presumption of UKH-6 than a bare average yield, at any rate as regards wheat and barley. The supplies of English wheat have been moderate, both in the country markets and Mark Lane. Sales were only practicable at one shilling to two shillings per quarter reduction, which grow­ ers have accepted with manifest reluctance. Foreign wheat has been coming to hand free­ ly. Trade havin...

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 June 1878

fgjto nwr ($0 Irausftipt BATES OF ADVERTISING. ONK EICUITH Column, one year $ 18.00 OSK QrAKTKR 30.00 ON E UAI.K 56.00 Use 100.00 Cards nt five liues or less, five dollars per year. Kditorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-bait cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by hiW All transient advertisements to be paid tor advance. NEWS OF THE WEEK. foifltn ttraln Xarkrt*. The Mark Lane Express says, speaking ^eiwrally: The appearance of all the cereals bulkv. but tln tendency of so much mois '.tue has been to develop the plant at the ex­ pense ot' the grain producing power, and ap i'Kiu Ances do not favor the presumption of iitore than a bare average yield, at any ratv as reir-irds wheat and barley. The supplies of Kii^lish wheat have been moderate, both in '.he country markets and Mark Lane. Sales wc.o only practicable at one 11i 1! 1!ILT to two shillings per (\uarter reduction, which grow­ ers have accepted with manifest reluctauee. Foreign wheat has...

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 June 1878

|!lgtfiw®0 tons crip J. N. WHEELER, EDITOR. THURSDAY MORNING. JUNK 20th, 1878 MsUtwrjr. Our readers will expect from (he new management of the Ttumcun, some­ thing in the shape of a salutatory, setting forth our principles and purposes. As last as we can think them up we will •end them out "What we have to say we will say gradually." LOUISIANA presents a thirsty field to plant a system of Sunday schools in. SKKATOB 'WISDOM'S recent speech on the transportation qiflstion is highly complimented by all the leading papers in the country. TKB Texas and Pacific railroad subsidy project has been postponed to the bleak and blue December. If it comes up then we shall pray for its postponment for all time. UP to Friday night last the printed journal of the Impeachment court had retched twelve hundred pages! Look out for a book as large as Webster's Die tonary. J. W. BOND, the State Immigration Agent, is sending out hundreds and thftWHW** of pamphlets daily. The money expended in this way will...

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 June 1878

^MW#o®ransmpt TI1URSDAY MORNING, JUNK 20th, 1878. LOCAL MATTERS. Railroad Time-Tables. CHICAGO, IdLTACUl AXD8T. FiUL Going Bast. Ootng Xortk. xr .. __ 10:57 A.M. ar. 1:10 p.*. w. DvMa»lM»dPMMnBer[11 S0A .Mcte. 1:85 pai.de. O. 1 UJ.-B I 8M AJt.tr. 11:50 P.M. W. St. Louii Night Express 3 30a.j,.de. 1»:0S A.M. de. iUson City MnUaiulPMs. 11:15 A.M.»r. 11:85 A.M. tie. SOUTHKBH KINMCtOTA. Going Rut. (Mho ITIK. Pasxinxer AIUL MAIL (IUuaney)10:-40 A.M. 1:45 P.M. FREIGHT 1:50 P.M. 6:10 9M. piT J. \V. Strong* Omnibuws ran toUrcm XUm sov ami Austin in connection with nil passenger train*. WOODWARD'S street sprinkler is a sue cess. SATURDAY was a good day for the mer­ chants. RAILROAD time cards at liead of this column. No meeting of the Common Council this month. No quorum. THK city assessor is makiug his annual round. Be honest, and fear not. THE Masons of Lyle are building a hall and will lay the corner stone on St. John's day, 24th iust. THE wheat crop never looked better at this time of ye...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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