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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 January 1872

E HEV. THE N W 9 At Hanaei Tius receiver of the Union Square Bank re­ ports the uaete sufficient to pay all liabilities, and leave $42,0t0 for the shareholder**. CoaoTKoiAKK Green publishes official ntatd monta showing the debt of the city and coun­ ty of New York to be 995,413,786. The amount of cash in the is about $77,000,000. BROWN,treasurythe Wit. ono of counterfeiters who Escaped from Ludlow street jail, New York, fcomo weeks ago, was re-arresteil at Frcpport, Illinois. THK engine and machine works of Hugh H. Bolo A Co., at Duqaesne, near Pittsburg, were totally burned Thursday evening. Loss esti­ mated at $50,000 insurance not ascertained. THE upper portion of Mew York city was de­ prived of gas on Sunday by the explosion of the purifying house of the Metropolitan Gas ^or'1? OD MT*. DOBBRTK Th* JOHNL. OABOA. M? W. C. Forty-Second street, .Ine building was demolished. Fortunately no one received serious injuries. THE examination of the Robinson murder era at Salt Lake City 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. — 4 January 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT. A* i«-lilW00D, Editor and Proprietor —AUSTIN, MINN THUR8DAYMORNIN3, JAN, 4, 1872. The fourteenth session of our Legis­ lature convened 011 Tuesiluv last, and immediately commenced business. Our letter from tho capital contains all that neeii be said in an editorial sense, but for tlie benefit of our readers wc will give the nauies of a few who were elected to offices in that body. In tho Senate, A. A. Harwood was elected Secretary by a two-thirds vote, with W. A. Hotchkiss, of Fillmore, as assistant. C. W. Fohom received the Engrossing Clerkship. In a letter to the Seuate Miss Alice Webber had "the honor to dcclina an election" Tor En rolling Clerk, which was not accepted and she was electcd. For Chaplaiu, J. Marvin, of Ramsey county, received the unanimous vote. In the House, A. R. Hall was unan fmoosl chosen speaker* after which he made a little speech. J. C. Ilamilton.of Olmstead, for Chief Clerk, with S. II. Nichols as as istant The Engrossing Clerkship fell to T...

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. — 4 January 1872

UUKIXKHS 4 AKI» MAINT. ST. LIVKRY STABLE. C. IIICKS, Proprietor. Especially fitted with every comfort for a winter business. Terms reasonable. 38 R. H. T. TURNER, HOMEOPATH RE PHYSICIAN AND Sl'UOKON. Will attend to calls at all liourg. LYLE. MINN. IJ, JL P, VAN ALKENltULLTJII, l'calcr in Farm Mneliinerv, Salt, Coal, Lime, drain, «to., te. Olfioo South Sido of Publ io Square. Austin, Minn. ml2 RANK I). ABBOTT, Teacher of Piano & Organ, SOLICITS PUPILS. Refers to Profs. Frcidericli Mann, Peoria, 111. A. C. Outtcrson, Owatonua' .Minn. Mun» ger Bros., St. Paul. Minn. 30 THE EVERLASTING WHITE METALLIC CLOTIIEfe LINE is neat tidy and ahcayn ready jor u*t. O. LOEFLER, Agent, Austin, .Vinn. JOHN F. ATHERTON, CLERK OF TIIE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota "~G. LLEFFLEK BILL POSTER AND DISTRIBUTER. AUSTIN MINN. LE ROY HOUSE, A. B. MORSE, Proprietor. Good Fare and^Reasonable Bills. Coma and See. LE ROY, MINNESOTA. GEO. W. ROBINSON. REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Mian. Will exam...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 January 1872

Winter Song* Bow silent thou dost lie «»»y pale drapery, p«ir mother Earth 1 -prin-.tido aong •K. Jf,,,ler 8 '6»HP»wl IktOttft 1 hy flowery robe fo* least and mirth iPhou alnmbekvst in strange weed: ISO wooly flock doth feed ^opo or iiii ailoD' there. rimswcKt liri» «U are dumb. wished IH tho lice's low hum Yet e'en iu winter thou art fair. Eii^U branch, cnch twig doth shimmeh JJ0H8an(^ do gUmmeiv mine eye to turned* Who hath prepared thy Ued who thy uhito covering Bprctd? Th©« with hotNfroflt BO give wind alone, fair adorned jThy FaiTior good. Above, Thy fair white garment wove, »lo 81 umbern not nor nloeps. Thou pvawful slumber lake Ho will tho wear? w:ifcc%— New strength, now light for thee Ho kee(*» Thou Wb*nyoungs mild spring nhall Mow, Wilt ri*e all I know, \w'£™!ifo raoW' wondrous fair. Ho 11 breathe from heaven upon thee, rhen,than thou wilt adorn thee, Wit* aweet chaplet in thy hair. FAR.1I, GlKDEN AND HOLSBHOID. Wind Oalli or PaA. Wind gulls generally affect the bind legs,...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 January 1872

THE NCWS. Mtsccllmiroua. 0*o. HUDSON, formerly tho groat railway king of England, is dead. GREAT numbers of buffalo aro reportol on tho stage road betwoon Fort 8ha«r mid Fort llenton, Montana. A BKWATID of five thousand dollars is oflfcrctl for the arrest of Dr. F. Sherwood, who is charged with causing tho death of Marriotla Gray by an attempted abortion. Two failures of brokers are reported in New York—ono not very heavy the other is said to have boon on aeeonnt of being short a mil­ lion and a quarter of gold. THE National Bank of PlaHmnouth, Nek., and Wachita and Emporia, Kansas, with a capital of 950,000 each, have been authorized to commence business. THK Commissioners of the Lauatic Asylum of New Jersey have purchased one hundred acres of lanll, and expect to expend #700,000 for a BOW asylumdn Morris county. THK residence of the Hussion Minister at Washington, was on Tuesday night entered by burglars, and robbed of a cousidsruble amount of silverware. REV. T. M. GOOBRLLOW, who...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 January 1872

fHE Transcript HASWOOD. Editor and Proprietor. —AUSTIN, MOT.- TWLTRBDAV MORXINO. JAN. 11, 1872. "Ifhe Old IK. It. BomN. AinmaHy copt tho Sctweeu SINCE 1800 TLIE Legislature nas done SMOOTHING with view yi' de­ termining the policy of the STTITC con E'Jrnlng these unfurtnuatc as ovidcncos of her indebtedness. Nothing IK-Hnite has transpired in relation thereto, ex- effort. At first nbsolufe repu­ diation was openlv advocated BY tion. No one asserU has had full, or even for niatijr WHOSE influence was prominent in shap­ ing public opinion, which resulted un­ favorably to our financial character and PUT W IN false a position before tho na­ that the State approximate value this debt which is outstanding and •nliquidated, but all now agree that •H« hu raised an obligation relating to it, which she must in some way dis­ charge. Tho equities which existed the original parties cannot be Brged AS A basis of settlement with present holders who were innocent pur vhaaers neither should it BU on...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 January 1872

BU8IME8S (AK»S AIN ST. LIVi'Vll Sl A 15 LE. T. 0. HICKS, Proprietor. KFjiceially fitted with every comfort for a winter business. Terms reasonable. 38 U. JI. T. TWtNKll,' HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AM) SURGEON. Will attcad to culls at all hours. LYLE. MINN. IF 1», VAN ALKENIHJLLG II, lenter in Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, Grain, tc., .Vc. OlVioo South Sido of Public Square. Austin, Minn. ml2 J^RANK D. ABBOTT, Teacher of Piano & Organ, SOLICITS PUPILS. Refers to Profs. Freiderioh Mann, Peoria, III. A. C. Guttcrson, Owatonna* Minn. Mua* ger Bros., St. Paul. Minn. 30 MIIE EVERLASTING WHITE J_ METALLIC CLOTHES LINE is nent tidy and alicnya ready MM. G. LOEFLER, Agent, Austin, i.'inn. JOHN F. ATHERTON, CLERK OFTHE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota G. LLEFFLER BILL POSTER AND DISTRIBUTER. AUSTIN MINN. LE ROY HOUSE, A. B. MORSE, Proprietor. id Fare and^Reasonablo Bills. Csmt See. LE ROY, MINNESOTA. GEO. W.ROBINSON. REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pa...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 January 1872

I Ihc Traveler and his Friends. A tislltc Ltgcnd, ai JOHN a. USE. A gentleman, about to take A trip at m, WM begged to take conimiHHiona for a doien friends: Ont wauts a watch another sends ?'r, wl"o-" A very special cask Ami—if it a not too much to ask-— Some choice cigars a box will do Of, whilei you're at 1L purchase two!» Another frieud would like a pair V. '"i10'?—" Thoy Ve so much cheaper tlicro A lady friend would bavo him buy Some laocs If they're not too high Auotfaer wants a box of gloves— French kids, you kuow, are veal loves!" Thus one wants this anot her, that A book, a bonnet, or a hat Anougli to make the moody m*n (So high their "smsll comniiMloiu" ran In tide and bulk), repeut that be H#«l ever thought to cross the sea! Moreover,—bo it here remarked,— Before the gentleman embarked, llis frieuds, for fear he might forget Tlirir little errands, plainly set Their wishes down in black and white A saneibio proceeriiuR--quito But~a« it happcued—not a friend (With one excep...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 18 January 1872

THT PVlOnS/0 A A MEWS. THE r^- At Hw"»« ®a'''orn a DELEGATION of B^ty-^be Gov. wool at San yo*r aSgreg»ted 22,177,188 ^^Hg8a*u' A Co.'s distillery, near Cincin ^J/' burned on Wednesday. LOHM 'vV|900* CUABLKA UoPiiusD'a distillery at Sago town, Illinois, was burned on Monday. Loss •20,000. Tax Post Office Department has agreed to receive mutilated currency in payment of postage stamp*. Ta* small pox deaths in Philadelphia for the last week wevo 230, which is about the same as for the previous week. There is a falling off of 100 in the number of new cases •reported. OKDKUS have leen received in Chicago Item Washington, for the condemnation of the •property known as the Customllouse Mock whereupon it is proposed to erect government buildings. Tan wife of Itobert Bailsman, bt aute, was »o badly burred by the explosion or a can of kerosene, Snnday morning, that shedied. Her husband was badly burned in ming to savo hor. ^wiiCTawt BOVTWEU. has sent to the House (cst unatwBof appropriations...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 18 January 1872

T*5 i'HE TRANSCRIPT. A. A. HARWOOD. Editor and Proprietor. -AUSTIN, MINN.— THURSDAY MOKSISU, JAN. IS, 1872. Railroad*. Tho Legislature manifests an evident "ispo?iticn to ascertain whether the«c thoroughfares are, in any sense, suffi iently public to render them subject State control. At present they recognize no authority, and submit to TII dictation. They claim and exercise ?ia right of eminent domain," but :ulniit that they aro public in no auffi \ont degree to enable the State to dis­ turb their franchises, or to limit their barges for the transportation of freight and passengers. It is a fact quite generally under­ stood that many of these roads exist under charters which contain no reser­ vations in favor of the State, and that hey have acquired certain rights under *uch charters. It is claimed by the roads that the fetate can ask nothing as agaiust them, which she did not reserve that they have acted in good faith and under the contracts to which they were parties with the Ft...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 18 January 1872

BUSINESS CARPS. ft. H. T. TURNER, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. Will attend to calls at all boura. LYLE, MINN. IJ,1'. 71 VAN VALKENBURGU, Dealer in Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, Grain, Ac., Ac. Offico 8outh Side of Pnblio Square, Austin, Mfw. RANK D. ABBOTT, G. LCEFFLER BILL POSTER AND AUSTIN J^R. H. A. COZAD, IS Teacher of Piano & Organ, SOLICITS TUPILS. Refers to Profs. Frcidorich Mann, Peoria, 111. A. C. Gutterson, Owatonna' Minn. M»n« gor Bros., St. Paul. Minn. 30 THE EVERLASTING WHITE METALLIC CLOTHES LINK is neat tidy and alway* ready for inc. G. LOEFLER, Agent, Austin, Minn. JOHN F. ATHERTON, CLEliK OF T1IE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower Coutjr, Minnesota LE ROY HOUSE, A. B. MORSE, Proprietor. Good Faro aiid^Reasonable llills. Come and See. LE ROY, MINNESOTA. GEO. W. ROBINSON. REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, Ao. Austin, Minn., March 14th, 1871. yl MANSFIELD HOUSE, (Formerly Central.) AUSTIN, MINN., Col. J. H. MA...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 18 January 1872

Charles Leland Frost Picture*. Wtotor «yme on, and the goat went down er field and limt, aad tood and town. It:foondtfca«Wmn charat night, Bul •«ning CUM with Its golden light, JMjM»«llM,»iawrl fair to see, VMifea in wonderful iinsgery. II Yew1* gift to the world," Hid the flout, •lea laoe curtains which nothing cost," And o*er the wide world he went kit Way Till he (issued eell where prisoner by. Then he he worked the window* thickly aud white, «n« went meili^ freezing, on tbroagn the night. 1Fhe JOTS WIJ. "The (iriMiH woke ere morning mr, And saw that the froet had been that' Then he wrote on the silvery, crispy rink The thought that ever wis on hia mind "O earn mi Jcsu, nunc libera mo I" (Dear Lord, from thla prison pray set me free 1) Then lighted hia taper, and all alone Bead in the alienee till morning shone. Lord in the castle sleepless lay. Long were the hour* and ho wished for day. When all at onoeon hia chamber wall He aaw Ume letter* bright flickering fall: '|p cars mi Jc...

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. — 25 January 1872

THE NEW8. ntmiiraeoaii Gw. BCHVUCS, a Detroit jeweler, committed auicids on Friday by shooting himself in the bsad daring a fit of derangement. RIOBT BIT, BIBHOP JOHN MrMiix, for twenty-one yean Biahop of the Roman Cath­ olic Diocese of Virginia, died in Richmond on Sunday morning, aged sixty-two years. A DEFALCATION has* been discovered in the Fourth National Bail, of Providence,'' It. I., which may sweep away its surplus of 950,000. Ths cashier and teller are alleged to be the guilty parties. Onutm ns SOMA LABO was on Fr day presented to the President, and delivered to him his credentials as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of His Majesty the King of Portugal. A HALIFAX dispatch states that afire at the Windsor and Annapolis railway depot, Sunday night, destroyed the engine house and eleven locomotives. It is reported that one man was buried in the ruins. Ho*. JAMES M. HAKXA, formerly 8tate Sena­ tor, and Supreme Judge of Indiana, and a prominent lawyer, died Monda...

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. — 25 January 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT,! -AUSTIN. MINN.— TIIijRSDAY MORNISfl, JAN. 25,18V5-. Biennial Smioi.8. Mr. Brown luis given notice of joint resolution for the ^ppcintment of committee whose duty it shrill be to Report bill providing for biennial ses­ sions of the Legislature. This action is induced, no doubt, bj the fact that the membership is now as much too lar-c »s it was last year too small. One of the great blunders of the Legislature ttf 1371, was increasing the numbers of members from sixty-nine to one hun­ dred and forty-seven. llad the House membership been maile one quarter more, and that of the Senate one-third it would have given on joint ballot eighty-eight votes.-— With our present population and set lied area, this uuuibcr could have been so distributed as to furnish each separ­ ate interest with a fair representation. It is true that a re-apportionment can­ not be had again until 1S76, and by that time it is expected that Minnesota Will aggregate nearly three-quarters of a million i...

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. — 25 January 1872

BISIM.SS CAR ON. It. II. T. TURNER, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Will atlc.iil to calls at all liours. I.YLK. MINN. 3? I\ VAN VALKENUUROII, I ealcr i.i Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, l.imr. Grain, Jtc., Ac. Office I'ublie Austin, Mi'vi. I Teacher of Piano & Organ, SOLICITS PUPILS. Refers to Profs. Freldcrieh Mann, Peoria, 111.: A. C. Cuttorson, Owatonna* Minn. Muu ger Bros., St. Paul. Minn. 30 METALLIC CLOTHES LINE is neat tidy and always ready for too. tit LOEFLER, A sent, G. UEFFLKR BILL PiSTER AND AUSTIN DISTRIBUTER. MINN. LE ROY HOUSE, A. B. MORSE, Proprietor. Good Fare and^Reasonablc Bills. Coma and Sec. LE ROY, MINNESOTA. EO. W. ROBINSON. REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, Ae. Austin, Minn., March 14th, 1871. yl MANSFIELD HOUSE, (Formerly Central.) AUSTIN, MINN., Col. J. II. MANSFIELD, Proprietor. Clean beds, square meals, no brown sugar, and no dead beats wanted. 7tf Ceo. W. Clough, COUNTY SURVEYOR. Is prepared at all t...

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. — 25 January 1872

A Sereuade. Dr^e^Unf' irmm 0115 and 7K"1011' WkJ! To Girr COFFEE CAKE.—Two APPLE PUDDING •1«mb" of eo '•kyhnd take yon. TtaUheSJS«S»lWll.Cre.IB,n*shallto ou not the 1oaat fear wake you. Yon bad* mo to come and to bring my guitar— Tou&J** *?nK'""tb0 ho»rt ne "»e lute"one. Inferring to sing from afar wnen your governor's threatened to shoot one. YlSk,!?8in,t to c®mo lnd to ein8'ncath your pane, wnere the myrtles aud roeos would hide tne: But, you see, that is Just within reach of Spring's chain, And you know that tho brute can't abide me! Bo, good-night {—and if straina of a muaical kind '1 J"iit dreams should seem round you to hover. will be Tory likely the cats—but never mind. You cau think tin tho voice of your lover. ARM, CJARDKN A NO HOUSEHOLD. Helpful Iliuts to Housewives. UIUKD FBUTTS. —Keep from worms by a handful of aasafras bark to oue bushel of fruit. To DRAW A BUSTED NAIL.—First drive it in a little, whicli breaks the bolil. ami tlseu it may be drawn out much easier. R...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 1 February 1872

THE N1W8. MlMclUitoai. TUB YoQkan and New York Insurance Com­ pany EM been Jpdk^attrdissolvod. TUM number of «a*N-p«K deaths in Ftaila ilolpUkfov tho weqk Saturday is 177, docrgjye offra deaths and 100 ww 1'iiorzMOB of Music John B. Panonnor who waa asaauttedand robbad on a Myrtle avonao ear, Brooklyn, huiinotdM. Tun Otean National Sank property ma sold at auction in Now York, on Monday, for WOO, ooo, sad the Halmbold atoro, on Broadway, or $148,000. IT ia rumorod that Stokeaolfara privately to IxJt five to one he won't beoonvicted. OBM, OADwAUiinra'a summer raaldeooa, at Tronton, wan burned Wednesday morning. Lows 120,000 inaurod. A IIKAVT naaff storm on tho Plains has again blockaded tho Union Pacific Railroad between and Laramie, and also between Lar *biia and lUwlings. Tae worst snow-storm ot the season is re •iioi tol in the neighborhood of Cheyenne. For •st'voral days, it is repotted, the railroad on both sides of that place was blocked. MICSXTEL HECK, a German, aged 46, was k...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 1 February 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT. H11W00D. Editor ul Proprietor. —AUSTIN, um.- TOVRSDAY MORNING, FEM. 1, 1872. Ua«aliMal. There w, at the capital, a very strong feeling upon the question of public edu­ cation. Pew of the members arc so a a it its workings as to make them competentj,h® "Ul"*Wh thi. subject. With the general Work i'h* *hlch there is, perhaps, but little diwatit.fi.c- lion. The field is so extensive that only a few hare any adequate compre­ hension of its condition, or of the fit vtie.'s or otherwise of those who labor in it. The annual report of the department has not yet mad* public appearance, •ltd the charitable presumption is that fcolliiog id the educational experiences nf (hie last year necessitate any haste lb bringing out that important docu­ ment. The Normal Schools are, just now, subjects of extended discussion. The feeling prevails quite generally that we have more of those agencies thsn the State is able to maintainj that the expenditures for these have been disproportionat...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 1 February 1872

turn BIISIXCXS T'ARDS. I H. T. TUltNKll. BOMEOPWjiK .MIYS1CIAN A.\» Will at to ad to culls at alt hour*. E I N N P, VAN VALKENBURGH, J, 1 enler in Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Liiue. Grain, Ac., Ac. Office South Side of Public Square. Austiu, Mi'tu. a»12 JjUtANK D. ABBOTT, Teacher of Piano & Organ, SOLICITS PUPILS. TUfrrs to Vrofs. Frcidericli Mann, Peoria, III. *. C. (Sutter*))!), Owatouna' Minn. Mun ger Urns., St. Paul. Minn. 30 MILK EVERLASTING WHITE .JL METALLIC CL.OTIIKS LING i» neat tidy and a!tray ready for vt. G. LOEFLKR, Agent, Austin, Sfina. JOHN P. ATHERTON, CLRRK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota UKFFLER BILL P!STER AND DISTRIBUTER. AUSTIN MINN. LE ROY HOUSE, A. B. MORSE, Proprietor. Oood Fare and'Rcasooable Bills. Come and See. LE ROY, MINNESOTA. OEO. W. ROBINSON. KKGISTEK OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for aon residents, Ac. Austin, Minn., March 14th, 1871. yl MANSFIELD HOUSE, (Formerly Central.) AUSTIN, MINN., Col. J. I...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 1 February 1872

Tbo Magnolia. BT IF.HLLIKH A11M ITIT WT. Tho KTiklual »hadee of the twilight ML Aiul tho HCOUIB of flowers, after (hoW, oiiui ftvuhly over the garden wall H.itrich odor transcends them 11, '"K '"ul enbtle, and sweet, ob, swoct :iu.» softly forth, Uko a silent prayer, lo luuHH audfltuieii the grateful bo At morn to tho aim's enamored raya It opens its bosom's snowy prime 1 rule of tho sultry summer days, it RI»I« its beauty to all who gaao, Hut keeps its breath for tho twilight time. Queen of tho South and lovo of the sun! Happy indeed must the sleeper be Who lluds his rest, when at last *tls won. Anil the dew bangs heavy and day is done. under the broad magnolia tree 1 Tor when tho valleys grow dim with night, Aiul tho skies rnlvut from their noonday hurt. ItK long leaves shine in tho level light. And its wide rich blossoms of luminous white slowly close, with a gush of sweet. I wo it glittering tn moonlit air, With iiloHnoms.tike white translucent bowk of u'.tb.-iBtor, all creamy f...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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