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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 21 September 1871

Tr~ THE TRANSCRIPT.i» "r A. A. UARWOOD. Editor cud Proprietor. -AUSTIN. MINN THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 21. 1871. EEPUBLICAH NOMINATIONS. Tor Governor, HM]!ACU AUSTIN. i" vic i.:.r r. WM. II. .i. For So r.'!a. r. or CJ I)HI E. i)\" For Treasurer, W.M. AG Ell, OF RAMSEY. For A*sociato. Justices Supremo Court, s. j. u. or WASIIIKUTO*. J. M. BEKKY, or RICH. For Attorney General, F. K. E. CORNELL, or HENNEPIN. Forjudge of iho Fifth District, SAMUEL LOUD, OK IKiDCiE. CLlTl'O.tH Adopted 4y the Republican Slate Convention of ilinu**vti, held at St. Paul, Sept. 20, 1871. fioolved, That tho Republican party of Minnesota while earnestly desiring the pros perity of every section of our country, and tho amplest development of comuicrco and manu t'»3 urcs, nevertlioJcss regard agriculture as the paramount maternal interest of theuation, t-i which all other forms of industry should bo held subordinate. Ji'tolted, That the essence of law is equality and universality, mid that it in beyond tbo constit...

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. — 21 September 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. LOCAL MATTERS- LUSTIN, MINN, SEPT. 21, 1871: AUSTIN POST OFFICE. AUBIVAL DEPARTURE OP Baetcrn,(daily,) Northern, («LAI'Y F. A. TUB M. K. CHAS. 1IAII.S. Closes. :..I2..»op. DAY, Assistant. R. DUNRLEMAN has ULAI A some WHEAT fino in bis widows. was cur- Dt. Wilkins of Eric Pa. is in town ft visit to hie brother. SASH, door and blind factory at Osage,WAS destroyed by firo on Monday night. MR. NOBLE of the Register office is going to Iowa on a brief visit to friend*. worth Da. SI.20 waukee yesterday. WHEAT in is building A ous barn near his residence. WE noticed some very foril'A storo on fine fruits ttnd vegetables at the entrance to O. L. some fino clotha and ho knows how to manufacture them in tho latest stylos. PNOF. WHITNEY the illusionist, will give another entertainment at tho Good Tem pter's Hall this evening. Tlnivorsalist Society will hold Hervioc in (ho Lutheran church, F. TUB (formerly church,) next Sunday IION. D. B. JOHNSON Gree...

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. — 21 September 1871

A ^Keeper's Story. was in the year 18(1-, that important "business calleil me from the small town of N to the city of A a journey of about twenty miles. When about half way betweeu the two places, a rain stoiin overtook me, autl made itnecessiry for me to put up for Ihe night. I ac"r iuirly drove into a faimyard aud requested per mission to stay through the night. My request was re-uiily granted, and after s^e iug my horse proj erly carul tor, I repair ed to the housti with my host, where a warm suj per was awaiting us. Four rosy cheeked children wore ssated around toe J*hle, betide tht3 matronly looking mother. After supper I drew up to the tire to en joy a stneke with my new friend. As toe man lighted his pipt\ I noticed a deep scat that extended across hid h»ml. On asking him the causj of it, I taw my host aud 8 Wife exchauge glaiues, and noted a shadow flit across her handsome lace. Alter draw ing a whifl" or two on his pipe, he a-iid: •'There is a story counectcd with that ecar...

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. — 28 September 1871

Poetry. THE WIDOW'S ANSWER. "An, me, with so many little moutlia Wlmf curt) must, a willow fuel" So mid the ileiu-.m, with gri«f profound, Mich only (K'lirHinn cnn leel. Now tho widow wux knitting a ("tricking, anil Just roui.iliiijr oil aL UiO hcul. Carol dcncon," she murmured, with iflUltly smtle. And irentiy ehe chook hor ncnil, And turned ffft cym to tier merry noys At piny near tlio garden tied Month*. IVm, n~ red as cnrriinnl flower, Bevcu |alrs of sweet Hps," she said. Not otic ton r.ianv. Hie curlv pnto*. Kven dimiy. 1 Iwihy. there! ive L'iven ihcni all to tho dear bird TriiKtlnir In faith and prav r: Ai.d U"t lie Uvid* th-'in a"* 1 ll' I don't know It 10 ui.-.ii 1' Vot'klioiv l" rri,'U' ""uninK cara Unit cut" the 1-rain like runt?" Tho cray-haired de :con doub.lnsly emlleil, IIJI 1 take tho lord ou tr. Bt," Says the siml'iiv* widow I'm just a? sure, II" mv Units fioek lo spent. And the cruse riu low, and tho flour bo gono, And the money lie needed for rent, Tim lie who krow...

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. — 28 September 1871

THE TJiANSCR-IPTj" A. A. HARWOOD. Editor anl Projdcfrr, —AUSTIN, MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING, SL'PT 'j? is*!. HWttB£ICA)i»XTOMINATIONS. For Governor, HOILACIO AUSTIN, OF SIC '.I TT. Por Lieut. (i vcrr.or, H. YAW-:, or WiNVN'l. I\»r Secretary ofSt.ito, S I'. JI'WJSUN, or OuSHHI'F.. ^tfrTrof.-Hi-ror, W3I. frKAGEK, HAMSEV. For Associate Juatiooj Supremo Court, s. J. u. MCMillan, of WASaiNcruv. J. M. UKIIKY, OP RI'. C. Por Attorney General, .,r. couxiar,, or nmsKiiM. Forjudge of the Fifth District, SAMUEL LOUD, or p«K. lIi.4TFO (M Atioptid l-y the Rtpuhlicun Stole Cvmcutian of Minntf.tfi, hid iit St. Paul, S.p\ 20, 1871. R—nlrtd,. That the Republican party of Minn««Ha..whilo earnestly desiring the pros perity of* vary .section of our country, anil the aiapUat devejcpifi'eut ef comrasrcu aud manu- I «m, auvertholcM rega'ds agriculture as thu oaramouut material irtorest of the nation, which all other formt of industry should be h*ld tukordlnalc. UR—Ued, That the esfrnoe of law is equality ••a...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 28 September 1871

THE Tit A NSCRIP OFFICIAL PAPER 3? tut CGDSTY. LOCALM. AI'STI N, Klltl* i' 1. To tho i'V-u.t -. Werk by our ncighl r.t.' "f 10 1 Mi answer thkit wo will riip!" «tur ability whomsoever uiiij inutiou of 'liu Rcpubli 'no "'j* •r county, the pcpl" hai "'f? tijc f" i"i^nto coiivtiition at tUo Court Ilou-e Ml dcIO#" 1 1 tho day Of Oetobcr ISMI, a. o'cUck p. 111. for tho purpose of nominiitin oandi.lates for tho foltewing offices rcspoctively *ii A Senator and two representatives in the State Legislature. A Couuty 'treasurer. A Cvuntv A torney and .a County Co in i-sioner for the 5 l» district, to nposcd of tho villi go a town of Austin, an 1 tho town of Un.ii.s, *1*0 a Commissioner from the 1th district, com peted of the to.vns of Nevada. I.yle, Marshall and Windoin. To bo voted for at tho uoxt general election. Tho s.veral towns will bo entitled to dele­ gates as follows Villao of *u«tin FirBt ward Second ward Third ward, Town of Austin,-. Adam*, Bennington Dextsr Krunklnnl. (Irmn.l .Ven...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 28 September 1871

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Tnn STONK TO DO A A A GOOD grind stone. BKKII SINGULAR POOR A TURN—The fills many a bottle, and the bottle many a bier. BY tho payment of annual dividends the Mutual Life, ot Chicago, supplies insur ance at cost. Insure there. MARK friends with life insurance, that when you are old it may comfort you. Remember the Washington Life. THTC hair of the ex Empress' Charlotte of Mcxico has turned entirely white. Sho is only thirty one years of age. DETROIT has a po&t-ofllcc clerk named Oliver Bedient. One of his commenda tions is that he is always O. Bedient. A CORRKSI'ONDKNT of the Hartford Courant who has been sailing along the Massacbussuts coast, wonders wLy Glou cester is .spelled the way it is and if that is right, wliy shouldn't lobster be spelled lobe-ester r" TIIK ex King of Naples lives in the same palace with his wii'o, Queen Maria, but he hus not exchanged a rd with her for seviral yeirs. The Pope somo time since refused to divorce them. A spuiNa lookin...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 October 1871

Poetry. MY BIRTHDAY. BY JOHN a. WHITTIKB. BENEATH iho moonlight and the snow Lies Uuiiil my luio-t year The wlt.tur winds ure wuitiug low its dirges in my ear. I grieve not with the moaning wind As If a lose in-fell Before me, even us behind, Ood is, ami all i» well 1 HI* light shines on me from abovo, His low voice »peaks within— The patience of 1 i.mortal love Out wearying mortal siu. i.t mindless of the growing yews Of care and lofs ••net ptiin. Mv rye" uru wet with tliHiikful tiara for blesaiiife'8 which rcumiu. will ii«»t i-ouiit li N.'r lurn from treasures stil my own To sIk'i f°r lack luul loe8- The years 110 charm from Nature take As sweet her v.ie call, As beautiful her mornlntrs break, As fair her evenings fall. Love watches o'er my quiet ways, Kino voices speak my name. Anil lips that ttnd it hard to praise Are slow, at least to b'ame, Dow softly obb the lidcs of will 1 llow fields, once lost or won How lie behind me green and stiilj Beneath a level cjuii 1 llow hnshed th...

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. — 5 October 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT,] A. A. HAS WOOD. Editor and Proprietor. —AUSTIN. MINN.- inUUSDAY MO UN IN (5, OCT. It 1*71. IfSLICAN NOMINATIONS. For Uovornor, HORACE AL:STLV. OF IVC M*£T. }7or Lui^. governor, II. YALK, ,'JV WISoMA. For Secretary of State, S 1\ JHNXISOX, Of GOOIIIIUl'.. For Treasurer, WM. SEAGKR, OP ItAMSHV. lor Alioeiate Justiaes Supremo Court, s. J. R. MCMILLAN, or WASTNINUTO*. J. M. BERRY, OP RICK. For Attorney lien era), =F. R. K. CORNELL, or nE.iNKrix. for udg« of the Fifth Digtrict, SAMUEL LORD, or PODOK. ••paklinn County Convention. Tk« Republicans Mower county will meet IB delegat* convention at the Court Home, in Aaitio, on the 24th d*y of October, 1871, at 2 •'•lock p. m. for the putpose of nominating eaadidatei for the following offices respectively via: I A Senator and two representatives in the Slate Legislature. A County Treasurer. Windom. Oraod Meadow,... Wisdom, A Csisty Attorney and a County Commissioner fer the 5th distriot, composed of the village and town of Aus...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 October 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT MAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. "LOCAL M.'l l'TERS• AUSTIN, MINN,... THE Street. THE THE .OCT. 6, 1971. To the question propounded last wwk by our neighbor* of of w.wcr that we will "PP"" J1,, Ability wlioin soo or iunj oar inttion «r oountv, tlio peoj: •ppoituuity to lho ncra tj0n 0f Mow- ion of 'ho Wniven a fair mini v. tlio ueotl« I"' 1 tlOD.— iltgx'ter. •*. .-. 1,0 represented in said Conven- IIEAT is worth from 95 cents to .f 1.00 per bushel. baptist State Convention will adjourn to-night. FRANK MILLER, PLF.A9E -Stt Card. recently convicted .*4f hone stealing, wns taken to the State Pris on yesterday by sheriff Mollisoti. notice the plethoric appear- aneeof the man who "stops with the Colonel." "THE ladie9 Floral Club and Library Association, wiP meet with MM. Carter next tweek Tuesday, 0«t. 10th, at 3 o'clock p. m. Mr. Win. Woodson of tho town of Austin had a quantity of hay burned on Tues day last. MR. J. H. MOCLINTOCK a former resident of Austin has just rc'urncd fro...

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. — 5 October 1871

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. A LITTLB SHORT—General Tom Thumb. A CUBE FOR DISSIPATION.—Stay-at homeopathy. WHAT is the worst kind of fare soldiers cau live ont—Warfare. Wnt is the crow a brave bird?—Be cause he never shows the wfcite feather. THE Washington Life Insurance Com pauy is one of the strongest, safest, most Bucce sful and best managed corporations in New York. THR new postal rates commence in England October 5. A letter weLjhiog one ounce goes for one penny. A LKTTEU was received at the Chicago Po-t Offloe recently from Iowa, addressed "To Euy Hole sale Book Murchant." LIBERAL ami equitable in all its trans actl us, t'.o Mutual Life, of Chicago, is nt excelled by any company in the country. A PHYSICIAN of Washington estimates the number of cases of cancer now under treatment, in the United States at 100,000, with au average of 1,000 deaths a week. IN the Court of Special Sessions in New York, a few da ag Justice Dowling found the conductor and driver of a street car guilty of cru...

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 October 1871

Poetry. THE TRAVELER AND HIS FRI fSNDS. A QuMlc BT JOnN SASB. rnnww, ahiinl to make A trip at ies, was berKcd to take Commissions for duacn friends. One in wut nnoth-r feuds ir vine very opecta! cask And -if it'* not to much to a*'' g.iiin choico cigars a boxwill do. Or whilo you'r at It, narctiaxo nroi another frU-n.l wn.iU hk« ap« 0i- Tlwy ro xo mn tlioro In t)iilkl repent that ho jl i.i ever thought t»cro««the oo.il MUMOVIT, I' hero remarked,— Before the I't'tulcuan omttarhtiri, 11U friemh. for foar ho mU'ht forgot -•.'heir little errands \laitilv net Their wi-tics down in blnck ami white A teoslhle priwedim quite -as It happened —not a frl"nd With ono oxceptiou) thouu'lit to send Ttie roa-ly money, and to My. •*cteet here's tlii*ca*h yo .iMl havo to pay!' Tac man luluifkn yeon l'a'is Itomo, And other citWf: then come* home Woll eased with niuc'i that mot his eye Bnt having, somehow failed to buy A single tiling for any friend Except tli'i one who lli Hisht 'o send Tho where itli...

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 October 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor and Proprietor. —AUSTIN, MINN XHURSDAjr MOR.VING, OCT. 12, 1871. R£PUBIJ£AK NOMINATIONS. For Governor, HOKACK AUSTIN,. or *iceM.rr. K«r Lieul.-Uoveiiiir, VM H. YALE, or WINOVA. For Secretary of SUtrt, S P. .TEN N ISOy, pr aoopiipp. For Treasurer, WM. SBAGEIL, or RANIS V. for AiMOiatp Juetiges Supreme Court, s. j. K. MCMILLAN, or WAsnifiaTOH. J. M. BERRY, or RICK. Tor Attorney General F. R. E. CORNELL, OF BRMIKPIIF. Vof Judge of the Fifth Diitrict, SAMUEL LORD, or DO MSB. C«n«y The Republican* «f .Mower county will meet Ik delegate eon rent ion at the Court Houie, in Austin, oa the 24th day of October, 1871, at 2 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of nominating candidates for the following offlccs respectively fii: A SenNtar -and twe representatives in the 0Ut« Legiilature. A County Treasurer. A County Attorney and a County Commissioner for the ftth distriot, composed of the village and town of Austin, and the town of Lansing, also a Commissioner from...

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 October 1871

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COOHTY. LOCAL MATTERS AUSTIN, MINN,.. The members elcct of the School .Board are W. T, Wilkin*, 3 years, A. W lEllif, 5 years, Alfred Morse, 3 years. A car load of provisions has been provided by our citizens, tox tite iMlUf .*1 ichieago, valued at $300. Coming.-The Tiie 31r. Ira Lounsberuy was struck .and instantly killed by *ightning, at Waltbam »t about one o'olook on Monday morning last. He was single and abont twenty-four yean old. Coroner Barnes held an inquest which resulted ia a vcrdict in accordance with the ifaet above stated. To-Day, Octobcr 10th, Austin, Oct. 21th inst. The unanimity with which he wiiter of this ..was selected as a dele gate, shows that the report that,he eould not .carry bis own town, had bo lEdUor Trameript Tho Sohool Districts held their annua? meet ings Saturday night last. Joint District No, 61, elected Wm. Drake Director, G. Reed, Treasurer, J. L. Gaskill Clerk. No. 64, elec ted W. II. Counailman, Director, C. 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. — 12 October 1871

Tlio KivwSs of Longevity—Cartons Illustrations. rnTsroT.or.isT9 from the days of Galen *w1Vl 1 ru'c.'i an(' tn ii vii ioa of ]j'0) regulations for tiro a and Forrest is upwards of 70. Poets, as a r! iss, have died very early but it is ques tionable whether this is due to the immod erate use of the brain or their own excesses. 15yr'n died at 30, Burns at 88, Qoldsmith a 41, Spencer at 46, Thompson at 48, int oat 50, and Tasso at 52, etc. jn. tin 11.11 1111 lmva. Upon a strict io-«rvii. ou 11 tin-so laws and upon such as tlio parentage, on ti'mtkhi fir.tl 'orm 'f tlio individual, lon- II.tu itary longevity is !. Dr. ^oiivt as tae most im V,!rt .ut pro^iioslicatioa. Rush s«iil he iiflver ki'i'.v un octOjienaiian who cmld j.ot similar ius'anRcs in h'» family. i"u ftnliniOil report of the hospitals 'in I work in., ol London, out of 597 ocdi^i-n".. ins, were descended from Ion '.i vt tl rv nts. ii caniiux pirer.tfiffe, Bacon makes \he turi.'iis Hiutcniei that "those thit J" 'l-- Hi" mo he...

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. — 16 November 1871

THE NEWS Jlll^crlln iiroiift. Hov. ISn.i.oiK, of Uporgin, having resigned I miii ('oisloy, 1'roniilcnt of tlio Sonato, v..i. iiint iIKv 1 an Governor on Monday. 1 nr. |itUi .lior of tho Ki. Anthony Democrat, i, il with lihotiuj (lov. Austin, haw licc" I. -Id lo await tho mtion of die grand jury. UOSKNZWKIU, tlio abortionist, ban been eon \. -lod of iiiMisliin^hter in tlio soi'niul ilo ivi'. MI M-iitoiu-i-d UiMtnto liison for HUNCH N'l.iv Vnui ilispatrll sav* tllilt til" iTitru' |. .i:11 uf likM^o'n affairs iai-oiii-idiTi'd ].!•»' I. ,1 li,: I.-, .. 1 1'Url' ton. ui .'. Mud.-:.. I"1' \,.i" :l lill'O. Mi'iu)lii", o-. Alniidav. Miebael M.iloney, ,, .: I !.• *111 in, nil' I HOilll. ir,,,. found i,~nUy of murder in tliu \'N named Hoinio!L was* found liinnbi-eil r, mil. r.i id iil'.'u! oijjht tniUw fr..m Sa.t v. sniiilty morning, with four bulloU |,',.|.odv. l.' i'liiig, W. Va., on Wednesday, John il.. .u-i-ii, convicted of tho murdor of man "H 1 Sullivan, \va« sentenced to imp^on I for l...

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. — 16 November 1871

i^raimmn saitteaasai Til E THANSCRIPT.! A. A. HARWCOD. £dlt:r asd PrcarLior —AUSTIN, MINN- 1 JIL'KSHAV MUliNlNU, NOV. If,, 1»TI. Thanksgiving Proclamation. Tnr un.Rf. I. Homer* Auction. Governor of I tli» .-'tiiic '-r Miniii ji.in, .In hereby designate ptikf of an oflieial canvass uf the late elections in this county. We took oc­ casion to say at the time of the Judi­ cial Convention that dure was evidence of a party unanimity which was grati­ fying. That statement has been fully vindicated. The foyiiter has done what it could I to disorganize the party, and to give success to our opponents, but its effort* were feeble, and yet in this instance we I roaliac the truth of thc remark that a rr.on may a lion." Mr. Wyckiiff's election was thc result:113 of local actio I. It is a credit to him I° that he could draw so largely upon the republican vote of his own town. The defeat of Mr. J.angworthy, although tiinlookod fo-r and unnecessary, is, in no sense a po^ty defeat The e'lecrtlon of M...

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. — 16 November 1871

THE transcript: OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. I I A E S 1 \VWiT, on Professor unco in tin* Continental. TIIK 1 •tii.i ScIiKdl at IHVC l*M I Principal. Ir.'i 11 L. Uio 11 1 y. '-Ye ii lvi num. HIIAY WK 1 Lo K'iy is with iM r. Hlor^an & I'.irwinV v\Uairli ..t in auuthcr col- KKKNCII liuve just cotnplct- r,l a she! "0x70 feet lor the purpose of keeping their lumber dry. That's good. Mechanic* :»mi builders want seasoned lumber. KAUJIKUS lU v. THE ivo attention to tho card of Mc? rf. Bir~ & French. They want a sharo of what you hive to soli, and will pay fair price*. Thumas Uite is giving a iave Goihjj course of Tuesday evening leetures at Le Roy, which receive proper encouragement and are deeply interesting. uliitr.novs have made their ap- poarance above the roof of tho Railroad Eat ing House, at the Depot. TIIK Le Hoy House is ono of the places where travelers find tho comforts of a heme. Mr. Morse knows how to tako care of his guests. See his card in today's paper. IIisay I'k...

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. — 16 November 1871

awi&ii&umjL-ui M)X\KT. DY UKOIMK II. BOKKU, There no greater Borrow, Danto said, Than to remember happy day* in tfriof. Unt to romomln'r? Ir thin sorr«»w chh-f Can no mure weight upon the heart be laid? Y» a if from out Ou«o pleasure*, which upbraid Our proM-ntUh5, return a withered l*af, A tact, a Hong—to hoiipo however brief— That thing in more than Memory's whole parade, It is an though a sailor, from the wave On which he ntruggleH, tn-vn his wreck go by, An arm'* length only from bin yielding grave And hail* It in Iohh with a (Hpairing cry, Ki wu i/ the bark can neither live nor save, Tli. i*l Iij8 briry death without a sigh. (t'H Jf(WU *»»•'. I!KA/II: rjiiul I'nx',ag- of '.maiu i|ir I JtHi mil. »'. in Kpcuicli lire of (In' Nrw Yurk Trilniin'. Llio dm Jankiko, Sept.. '11. I liuvo lliis moment, come from tlio Senate Cliunilier, wlieie I ivrvived just in time lie witness of the closing seeiirs til' the frveiit (lehnto on the emancipation liiII The l»ili lias passed, aiul t...

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. — 30 November 1871

THE N E W S fllsccllii li "mix* HIOHU WYMI N Mopped stage near Gilroy ilil'irtii i, at"l w'cnrcd •r'fiOO. On, IIH- i'L iii istiuck on tho farm of George I urn, in Dickxou county, Tomi. I'.rvi iiiixiK.V majority in Illinoin for ('mi 'iin:in at lnr will bo al'out IK,000. KI IVIN now cases of cholera occurred it*•! IIH iMv.iilvlin'H pasHtingors on WcdncH v. iiS. I'luw. M. Noinvoon, a modorsto 1' POTII- i.il.ii.. I -.-a i-Vi-t.' to till' r. s. Semite ni i. •*... I r.ii'si/i' 1'olV Ti, lirr .Inn .Mi -.11"• i», S i**ir«!:iv lii llt. I i..'ii' ,M ..v. ru-'.-liT.in of New Vork celebrated i, ,i\ of (he independence of i•'! rridnv evening. The (':i)taiii all"I A *iivi:i NMi n: coal barge, laden with fifteen 1 I •:»!. *»sik in New York liar ..in ii i'l Tuesday night. lean n'linod Itoliipmn, on (Ui i'i 11'i 1' •in.? Iiaiiro id. 1MM fallen hoirto J?.VI .. .V uli of a iclilivo in England. "i I i,i:*bur :l'. Telegraph says it in nt :li an »r-. -ui!/.rl band of inrondiarieH iliar they will lav tli....

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