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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 29 January 1880

if THETRANSCRIPT C. H. DAVIDSON,Editorf^j Proprietor. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 29, 1880. For President of the United States, JOHN SHERMAN. Minnesota's First Choice. It is everywhere believed that wo are to have the hottest political contest this j*ear ever experienced ia this country It is foolish to deceive ourselves with the belief that the Democracy are not able to give us a mighty hard fight. Every State government in the South is in the hands of Democrats, and this means a solid South —nothing else. All the talk about the Republicans carrying a Southern State, is the veriest bosh. The Democrats have 138 electoral votes solid to start with. 47 votes from the Northern States is all tliey need to giye them victory. We have nothiug to give away in the North. Another important consideration is this: The Democracy have both houses of Congress. Congress counts and declares the electoral vote. This year our victory must be clear and strong and decisive, or our causc is...

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. — 29 January 1880

THETRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL. PAPER OK THE CITY. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THU11SDAY MORNING, JAN. 39, 1880. CITY AND VICINITY. C. "VY. RANSOM is still selling coal cheap, GOSPEI. HYMNS atOlemmer& Pooler's. BARGAINS iu groceries, at II. Sprague's. CUTTElis to reui or sell. W. T. IMANDEVILLK. FI.OUIDA. Oniuges, sweet aiul very line, Taylor & Ball's. C. W. RANSOM will soon have plenty of lmrd, dry wood to sel!. SEND to the TKANBCKU'T office for all kinds of legal blank?. DKSIKABT.E residence lor sale. En­ quire of II. A. Fairbanks. Tins baud boys will give a Masquerade ball February 13, at Jones' hall. CODFISH Brick—something new in the fish trade, at TAYLOR & CALL'S. LIQUID Nitrous Oxide or Langhlng Gas, at II. A. Avery's Dental Rooms. MAPLE honey in cans—very nice—just the thing for buckwheat cakes, at Taylor & Ball's. C. W. RANSOM is expecting several carloads of wood, which he will sell cheap. SEWING MACHINES repaired by a com­ petent workman, at Geo. E. Wilbour & Son's. MO...

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. — 29 January 1880

OUR MADONNA. MI88 ATCOXT'8 POEM IN MEMORY OF HER SI8TEB, MADAME MAT KIEF.IKER. A child, her wayward pencil drew On margins of her book Garlands of flowers, dancing elves, Bird, butterfly and brook. Lessons undone, and play forgot, Seeking with hind and heart The teacher whom she learned to love Before she knew 'twas Art. A maiden, full of lofty dreams, Slender and fair and tall As were tho goddesses she traced Upon her chamber wall. Still laboring with brush and tool, Still seeking everywhere, Ideal beauty, grace and strength In the divine despair." A woman, sailing forth alone, Ambitious, bravo, elate, To mould life with a dauntless will. To seek and conquer fate. Rich colors on her palette glowed, Patience bloomed into power Endeavor earned its just reward, Art had its happy hour. A wife, low sitting at his feet To paint with tender skill The hero of her early dreams, Artist, but woman still. Glad now to shut the world away, Forgetting even Rome Content to bo the household 6aint S...

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. — 5 February 1880

xn.—NO. VOL. H. MERRIC^~ LAWTKM. JSCHWAX. M. HOWK. JHII practice in the courts of record, and the C. js Courts. Office In ScUeuder's Block, Jiaia street. Austin, Minnesota. 40-ly J^AFAYETTE FRENCH, Attorney at Law. Austin. Minn. Collections a na other business attended to carefully and romptly. Agent of the .Etna and other Fire Insurance Co's. Office in Bank Block. junSO D. B. JOHNSON, Jr., Attomey at Law, Austin, Minn. Practices in all the Courts of the State. Prompt attention j^ven to Collecting. Office over the Mower County Bank. junao VILWAY HOUSE. ft SHER H'AV L- FRENCH, Prop,. Rttw-flflOperdBy. Good Sample Rooms up Town. Gueets carried to ana from tha City, free of charge. Austin, Minn. LACKSMITH SHOP. W. W. PATTERSON has bought out the shop, tools and stock of J. Reingmith, and does all kinds of work in his line on shortest notice at low prices for Cash. Shop corner Bridge and St. Paul streets, Austin, Minn. WH. ADAMS, Manufacturer and Dealer in LIGHT AND HEAVY CARRIAGES. Mak...

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 February 1880

TheTranscript C. H. DAVIDSON,Editor?®^#Proprietor. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 5, 1880. For President of the United States, JOHN SHERMAN. A RECENT dispatch from New York Bays that Sherman is gaining strength rapidly in that state. Sherman seems to be the coming man. COXGRKSS ia being flooded with sol­ diers petitions praying for the passage of the Wearer equalization bill. That bill can never become a law, however. IF the bill passes which is now before congress to restore Fitz John Porter to the army and pay up his arrearages, it will give him the snug little sum ot $60,000. AT the late elections iu London the fe­ male force on the school board was more than double. There are nine lady mem­ bers of the board at present. They are said to be very efficient. ONE of the strongest reasons to be urged against Grant is the fact that the blatant demagogue John Logan supports him. We regard Logan as one o( the trickiest shysters in politics. Education in drawing has lately bee...

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. — 5 February 1880

THETRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL. PAPER OF THE CITY. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 5. 1880. CITY AND VICINITY. BARGAINS in groceries, at H. Spraguc's CUTTERS to rem or sell. W. T. MANDEVILLB. IT will pay you to try H. Sprague'a 50 cent tea. _____ FLORIDA Oranges, sweet and very fine, at Taylor & Ball's. SPRAGCE says his coffees cannot be excelled in flavor. SEND to the TRANSCRIPT office for all kinds of legal blanks. SPRAGUE still sells groceries cheap as the cheapest, for cash. DESIRABLE residence for sale. En­ quire of H. A. Fairbanks. CODFISH Brick—something new in the fish trade, at TAYLOR & BALL'S. LIQUID Nitrous Oxide or Laughing Gas, at H. A. Avery's Dental Rooms. MAPLE honey in cans—very nice—just the thing for buckwheat cakes, at Taylor & Ball's. SEWING MACHINES repaired by a com­ petent workman, at Geo. E. Wilbour & Son's. A NEW invoice of 50-cent Japan tea— the best ever sold in this county, at TAYLOR & BALL'S. ATTENTION FIREMEN!—A meeting of Austin ...

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 February 1880

FOOTSTEP* ON THE OTHEIT ILDFC. BT XABOABET ETTCfOK. Sitting in my humble doorway, Gasing out into the night, Ust'uing to the stormy tumult With a kind of sad delight Walt I for the love who comes not. One whose step I long to hear One who, though he lingers from-me, 8UH is dearest of the dear. Hark! he comes—now heart exultant In thy Joy forget to chide: Ah! 'tis but a stranger's tootstep Gone by on the other side All the night seems filled with weeping, Winds are wailing mournfully, And the rain-tears blent together Journey to the restless sea. I can fancy, sc, you murmur, As they with your waters flow, like the griefs of single beings Making up a nation's woe Branches, bid your guests be silent, Ha-h a moment, fretful rain, Breeze, stop t-ighing—let me listen Once more—God grant not in vain: To my chedfc the blocd is springing Like the blushes of a bride. Joy!—alas 1 again tiie footsteps Pass upon the other side. Ah! how many wait forever, For the steps th-t never come Wait until ...

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 February 1880

BU8INC88 CARDS. WH. MERRICK, LA WYER. Richards' Block, Austin, Minnesota. 40-17 JSCHWAN, MANUFACTURER and DEALER IN BOOTS and SHOES. Main street, Austin, Minnesota. 40-ly fI C. KINSMAN, A TTORNE AT LAW, Seal Estate, insurance and Loan Broker, JfoiP. street, Austin, Minnesota. 40-ly M. HOWK, Register of Deeds of Mower county, Austin, Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, &c. JunSO ORMANZO ALLEN, A TTORNE AT LAW. and Beal Estate Agent. Collections made and Taxes paid. Office in Basford's Block, Austin, Minnesota. 3p.tf W. L. HOLLISTKK, M. D~ Physician and Surgeon, corner of Main and Winona Streets, Austin, Minn. No cards. JunSO N. WHEAT, M.D., *1 Homcepat hie Physician and Surgeon, and residence corner Kt P»"'——ru A -juu SF* Y^'GREENMAN, A TTORNE AT LA W. Will practice in the courts of record, and the v. S. Courts. Office in Schleuder'a Block, Main street, Austin, Minnesota. 40-ly J^AFAYETTE FRENCH, Attorney at Law, Austin, Minn. Collections nd other business at...

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 February 1880

THETRANSCRIPT C. H. DAVIDSON,EditorProprietor. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 12, 1880. For President of the United States, JOHN SHERMAN. CINCINNATI will probably enjoy the honor of entertaining the coming Demo, cratic National Convention. MASSACHUSETTS Republicans are al­ most unanimously opposed to the third term business. They are for anybody to beat Grant. LAST year the people of the United States paid $88,000,000 for imported sugars, and the Minnesota sugar produ­ cers hope to cut down this figure next season.—27z. THE Chicago Timet has increased its subscription price for tho daily to $16 per year for sere a papers in a week, and $14 for six papers—all on account of the ad vance in white paper and labor. THB loss of life by yellow fever in Memphis was a mere bagatelle compared with the experience of Oude and the northern provinces of India. In that region, during October last, 401,080 per­ sons died of fevpr PMM. THE Germans of Wisconsin are almost unanimously in la...

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 February 1880

THETRANSCRJPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 13, 1880. CITY AND VICINITY. BARGAINS in groceries, at H. Spragae's. COTTERS to rent or sell. SPRAGUE says his excelled in flavor. DuiED sweet corn—very nice—sold by McBride, the grocer. KID GLOVES, opera shades, at ANCHOVIES, put up in glass jars, at Taylor & Ball's grocery house. SPRAGUE still sells groceries cheap as the cheapest, for cash. THE ladies will find a nice new stock of lace, at HALL & WEST'S. DESIRABLE residence for sale. En­ quire of H. A. Fairbanks. _____ somenfing^new in the fish trade, at TAYLOR & BALL'S. LIQUID Nitrous Oxide or Langhlng Gas, at H. A. Avery's Dental Rooms. SPRING styles already in, at MAPLE honey in cans—very nice—just the thing for buckwheat cakes, at Taylor & Ball's. SEWING MACHINES repaired by a com­ petent workman, at Geo. E. Wilbour & Son's. A NEW invoice of 50-uent Japan tea the best ever sold in this county, at TAYLOR & BALL'S. 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 February 1880

SUNKEN TREASURES. BX BAYA1U TAYXaOB, When the uneasy wave* of life subeide. And the soothed ocean sleep* in glaaayxeot, I ee» eubmerged beyond or storm or tide. The treuart* gathered in Its greedy breast. Tl]?or® f41" they Rhine, through the tranalucent Past, a* Gown on that forever-quiet floor: No neroeupheaval of the deep shall east Xhem back,—no wave shall wash them to the shore. I see them gleaming, beautiful as when Erewhile they floated, convoys of my fate The barks of lovely women, noble men, Full-sailed with hope, ana stored with Love's own freight. The sunken ventures of my heart, as well, Look up to me, as perfect as at dawn My golden palaoe heaves beneath the swell To meet my touch, and is again withdrawn. There sleep the early triumphs, cheaply won. That led Ambition to his utmost verge And still his visions, like a drowning sun, Send up receding splendors through the surge. There wait the recognitions, the quick ties, Whence the heart knows its kin, wherever east: And 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. — 19 February 1880

W. VOL. XII.—NO. 47. BU8INE88 WH. Richards' Block, Austin, Minnesota. 40-ly JSCHWAN, MANUFA CTVRER and DEALER IN BOOtS and SHOES. Main street, Austin, Minnesota. 40-ly f*. 1 C. KINSMAN, A TTORNEY AT LAW, Beal Estate, Insurance and Loan Broker, Main street, Austin, Minnesota. 40-ly M. HOWE, Register of Deeds of Mower county, Austin, Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents. &c. jiman Taxes paid. Minnesota. Attorney at Law, Austin. Minn. Collections and other business attended to carefully and romptly. Agent of the ifitna and other Fire Insurance Co's. Office in Bank Block. junSO B. JOHNSON, Jr., Attorney at Law, Austin, Minn. Practices in au the Courts of the State. Prompt attention given to Collecting. Office over the Mower County Bank. junSO AIL WAY HOUSE. SHER WIN t- FRENCH, Prop*. Rates—13.00 per day. Good Sample Rooms up Town. Guests carried to ana from the City, free of charge. Austin, Minn. BLAl'KSMLTH SHOP. YT. W. PATTERSON has bought out the shop, tools an...

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. — 19 February 1880

Br"^ po.\ mt- -ft?' nzww**jyt,p^'y^' 'w 4f *. e* -**, THETRANSCRIPI C. H. DAVIDSON,Editor f&p Proprietor. AUSTIN, MINNESOTAF THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 19, 1880. For President of the United States, JOHN SHERMAN. THE Wisconsin Legislature will proba­ bly this winter adopt the biennial session arrangement, which it ought to have done years ago. A. E. BORIR, by his last will and testa ment, leaves U. S. Grant $10,000. Borie will be remembered as Grant's Secretary of the Navy at one time. WOMBS crusaders are at work in the saloons of Albia, Iowa. A squad coes into a saloon and prays—after the man­ ner of the Ohio crusaders. THE young Emperor of China has seventy very expensive wives. How we would go for this heathen harem, had we not christian harems in our own country. Utah will yet be admitted as a state polygamy and all. THE working-men of San Francisco have demanded that all corporations dis­ charge all Chinamen in their employ, according to the requirements of the new constitution....

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. — 19 February 1880

THETRANSCRJPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 19, 1880. CITY AND VICINITY. BTY fuel and lime of D. M. Thompson. TRY Sprague's cash store, for groceries and provisions. A VERT choice Oolong Tea, at MCBKIOB'S. FLORIDA Oranges, sweet and very fine at Taylor & Ball's. DRIED sweet corn—very nice—sold by McBride, the grocer. HURRAH for Thompson, the denier in coal, wood and lime.- KID GLOVES, opera shades, 4 buttons, AT HALL & WEST'S. SEND to the TRANSCRIPT office Tor all kinds of lwi«' ANCHOVIES, put up in glass jars, at Taylor & Ball's grocery house. TnE ladies will find nice new stock of lace, at HALL & WEST'S. DESIRABLE residence for sale, fin quire of H. A. Fairbanks. CODFISH Brick—something new in the fish trade, at TAYLOR & BALL'S. LIQUID Nitrous Oxide or Langhlng Gas, at H. A. Avery's Dental Rooms. SPRING styles already in, at ladies' dress buttons, HALL & WEST'S. MAPLE honey in cans—very nice—just the thing for buckwhe...

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. — 19 February 1880

True It la that clouds and mlit Blot the dear, blue weather: iTue tbat Hps that onoe bm rlsisrl Came no more together. True that when vrb woukl do good Evil often follows True that green leaves quit the wood. Summers loee their swallows. True that, in this age of onrs, There are none to guide us— grand primeval powers Selfish aime divide us. Trne the plaint. But, if more true, I would not deplore it an Eden fade from view, Time may yet restore it. Evil comes and evil goes, But it moves me never: For the good, the good, it grows, Buds and fclossoins ever. Winter still suoeeds to spring, But fresh springs are coining. Other birds are on the wing, Other bccfl are humming. have loved with right good will, Mourned my hopes departed— Dreamed my golden dream—and still Am not broken-hearted, Olad am I, and glad will be For my heart rejoices When sweet lips and looks I see, When I hear sweet voices. Apple blossoms on the trees, Gold-cups in the meadows, Branches waving in the breeze, On the ...

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. — 26 February 1880

BUSINESS CARDS. H. MERRICK, w. LA WYEH. Richards' Block, Austin, Minnesota. 40-ly JSCHWAN, MANUFACTURER and DEALER IN BOOTS and 8HOES. Main street, Austin, Minnesota. 40-ly FL C. KINSMAN, A TTQRNE AT LA W, B«al Estate, Insuranco and Loan Broker, Main street, Austin, Minnesota. 40-ly M. HOWK, Register of Deeds of Mower county, Austin, Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents. 4c. Junao ORMANZO ALLEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, and Real Estate Agent. Collections made and Taxes paid. Office In Basford's Block, Austin, Minnesota. 3».tf w. L. HOLLISTER, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, corner of Main and Winona Streets, Austin, Minn. No cards. jun30 N. WHEAT, M.D. Homaepathlc Physician and Su., and residence corner St. Paul and Austin, Minn. JM. "J"^AFAYETTE FRENCH, Attorney at Law, Austin, Minn. Collections a nd other business attended to carefully and romptly. Agent of the ^Etna and other Fire InsuranoeCo's. Office in Bank Block. jun20 D. B. JOHNSON, Jr., Attorney at Law, Austin, Minn...

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. — 26 February 1880

THETRANSGRIPT C. H. DAVIDSON,Editor Proprietor. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 86, 1880. For President of the United States, JOHN SHERMAN. ON November 2d, of this year, will occur the presidential election. TnE Democratic National Convention will be held al Cincinnati on the 22d day ot June. The St. Paul Globe says that if there is any political significance in the sefection, it is a boom for Jeweit. SEVERAL of the Democratic papers of the State condemn the 9clieme of turning out Washburn—among them the Fari­ bault Democrat and Chat field Democrat. All honor to an independent Democratic press. IT is expected that the iron on the Davenport extension to Calmar will be completed in a few days. This will give the C., Al. & St. P. Co. a through line from St. Paul to Davenport, and of course, increase business largely on the Iowa and Minnesota division. GEN. A. J. EDGEUTON, of Mantorville, was recently* appointed by the Governor Judge of the fifth judicial district, to fill...

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. — 26 February 1880

Th^Transcript OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING. FEB. 36, 1880. CITY AND VICINITY. Go TO W. A. Ransom for fresh coal. LACK ties, at J. SOLNEU'S. AT NEW horse-radish, at Taylor & Ball's, BTI fuel and lime of D. M. Thompson DON'T forget MCBride's 50-cenl syrup Its a good one. HURRAH for Thompson, the dealer in coal, wood and lime. KID OLOVE8, opera shades, 4 buttons, A PEW left, at HALL & WEST'S. PLEASE remember that Taylor & Ball will not be undersold. MCBRIDK, the grocer, 50-cent fine cut and plug. sells the best TRY that new five-cent cigar, at TAYLOR •& BALL'S. BOOTS and shoes in great variety and at low prices, at H. SFHAGCE. SEKDto tlie TRANSCRIPT office for all kinds.of legal blanks1. more ot those choice apples TAYLOR BALL'S. THE ladies will find a nice new stock of lace, at HALL & WEST'S. COME and seu what one dollar will buy at the cash store of H. SPRAGCE'S. DESIRABLE residence for Fairbanks. quire of H. A, REMEMBER McBride ...

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. — 26 February 1880

1 MY SCOTCH LASSIE. loan liiviii uaUi If I bad the brash of mwJ. tt|t in colon rich And nn. I would paint with ohoioeatlimalna My Scotch laaaio bcah and fairT^ Ae aa tho dewy Fair morning. aa b!»aom on tho sprmy. Kraffpaht as tho btrch-trec waving In the fresh breeze of the May. O, my bright and blooming lassie! Maids more stately well may be But no stateliest maiden ever Breathed a smile ao'street as she. O, my bonnie blithe fond lassie, Mild as bloom on hawthorn tree, Bich as June, and ripe as Autumn, Flower and fruit one she. SAWyon ever cowslip warmer When the zephyrs came'to woo? Saw you bright-eyed speedwell peeping '.Neath tho hedge with purer blue? Warmer than her keen pulse keeping Time to all things true and good, Bluer than her blue eyes swelling In young lovo's diviuest mood Softer floats no plumy sea-gull Than her bosom's houving charms, Swan on Uko not whiter swiinmeth Than the whiteness of her arms. If I had the brush of angel. Dipt In oolon rich and No I no trick 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. — 4 March 1880

WH. MERRICK, LA WYEti. Richards' Block, Austin, Minnesota. 40-ly JSCHWAN, MANUFA CTVRER and DEALER IN BOOTS and SHOES. Main street, Austin, Minnesota. 40-ly r1 C. KINSMAN, A TTORNEY AT LA W, Real Estate, Insurance and Loan Broker. 40-ly Main street, Austin, Minnesota. M. HOWE, Serfstcr of Deeds of Mower county, Austin. JPJRMANZO ALLEN, ,» ATTORirsr.AT Minnesota. w. L. D. B. JOHNSON, Jr., at Law, Austin, Minn. Practices in all the Courts of the State. Prompt attention riven to Collecting. Office over the Mower County Bank. Jun20 RAILWAY HOUSE! SHEJi WIN & FRENCH, Prop,. Kates—$2.00 per day. Good Sample Rooms SP Town. Guests carried to ana from the City, free of charge. Austin, Minn. BLACKSMITH SHOP. W. W. PATTERSON has bought out the shop, tools and stock of J. Reinsmith, and does all kinds of work in his line on shortest notloe at low prices for Cash. Shop corner Bridge and St. Paul streets, Austin, Minn. H. ADAMS, PLASTERER, BRICK-MASON, AND CALCIMINER, Auitin, Minn. Patronage ...

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