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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 8 February 1872

THENEW8. "faBeisy1"-£ Z/Fyfif**1' '«&* PsfruSwnt, la Jaauiiy, W»«fla_tbo maUMrrios orer1,400sddWooai fjfflssiof nflto&! tv, V^«omaiiis of'ti»I»ie Major O—end H»l- GetMiaj on ^^^teh«E?Sen issued ti^tjj$sa» of? «M Bapfawrlaagnag« menlgltis te inging vaQOgthelioraM |Jr Naw York. The fatgi enutnbtid -Midi tp* Pointed ttaflwut tbited by it and afMrful Wodnesdiv'e European innila free of charge, thus enabling tbo Postmauter-Geperal to re diics tho rat oof postage to fou cents. Tt&Captqlnof the bark barren Ballet tss-r tiliod on Thursday in Boetoni that he shot Goorgo Little dead wtailo he andothor teamen wero uintinviug and beating tho second mon and girls, employed as clerks, without £ge«?y °f th°M IN New York, on 8atuFdajr, a Hanrv Ilepnor vWlidaaiifTarinnr fm.n and inatantly killed his own qon, eighteen years of age and then inflicted a uioftal wound upon himaolf. J^HN MCKENZIE, A miner working in tho Runosha coal mines, about tlireo miles from Lasallo, 111., was instantly ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 8 February 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT. A. A. HAS WOOD. Editor and Progrietor. -AUSTIN, MINN THURSDAY MOKNINO, FEB. 8.167 Appropriations. Tire Mwral committees have been Yisiting the Slate institutions, and now tho question of appropriations it the one of most general discussion amon^ legislators. The aggregate sum tie Niricrubly greater than ought to be sup­ plied at this time. The £tate is young, only a few of the revcnue-producing re­ sources are fully developed her people are in debt her agricultural classes have snfTered terribly from storm and fire^ while the great manufacturing in­ terests have been retarded and burdened with heavy and unanticipated expense ii preserving the wonderful water pow e* at St. Anthony. Minnesota is rich in raw mnterial but this richness is not available with­ out labor. Thousands aro coming to us yearly, bringing brave hearts and strong hands, but, with them, conic the depen­ dencies and necessities, and after sup­ plying tbc«e annually, only a small excess remains for in...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 8 February 1872

BUSINESS ARDS. R. H. T. TURNER, H0MK0P&TI1IC PHYSICIAN AND 6UROEON. Win attesd to call* at ell houri. LYLK. MINN. EI P, VAN VALKENBURGH, nltr ia Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, Grain. Ae., Ac. 0®ce Sontb Side of IHIUM fiijatrt. Auatin, Mhs. RANK P. ABBOTT, alt Teacher of Piano & Organ, 60LICITS PUPILS. Refers to Prof*. Fre'.derich Mann, l'turit, Tit.: A. C. Gutterson. Owatoank* Minn.: Mun |tr Bros., St. Paul. Minn. 30 HE EVERLASTING WHITE METALLIC CLOTHES JOHN F. ATHERTON, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower Svuty, UinniMt* UEFILER BILL STER AND DISTRIBUTER. AUSTIN MINN. LE ROY HOUSE, A. B. MORSE, Proprietor. -flaad Fare and'Reasonable Bills. Coma and See. LE ROY, MINNESOTA. }-^.TV.R015I NSO n~ REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower C« Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non reeidents, Ac. Anetin, Minn., March 14th, 1S71. yl MANSFIELD HOUSE, (Formerly Central.) AUSTIN, MINN., Col. J. II. MANSFIELD, Proprietor. Clenn b«ds, square meals, no Irown sugar, and no (lead beats want...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 8 February 1872

THE CHILDREN'S CORNER. Tommy the Woodchuek. BT BOTH CHESTER TOLD. A pretty brown woodchuck onoo made mug hole J" 11 Kardeu belonging to good Farmer Cole, WtTi everything grew that was plessant to eat, rum big-headed cabbage to jolly red beet. There bloomed the gay flowers yon all Iotoso well— The many-hucd aster, the bonny bine bell, J'iyh, daisies, and tulips while sun-flowers tall, Uko yellow-haired sentinels, guarded the wall. At the door of his house, on a carpet green. The woodchuck oft ant, and tuirvoved the fair scene: This is truly a very ttne gardenI" quoth he, Ami doubtless 'twas planted on purpose for mo." So he nibbled, and ales and he rolled in the clover, As blithe as a lark, and as plump as a plover Or h« slept in his hole, far from tnmult and noise, Not worried by dogs, nor molested by boys. Farmer Colo (worthy man!) saw him day after day lint he never uttwnpted to harm nor to slay: Kor said he,14 Since wifveplcut)-, and God gave it AVe may well spare enougtf for a c...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 15 February 1872

E E W S At Hoaasi Govxama BUD, Of Florida, Is tobeim peached. A-ji^e ltd giri wer« badly bitten by I mad dopf in Detroit, on Ihnndajr. TH* flnt general fin alarm ainoo the gnat 3ctobex conflagration WM sounded in Chicago onftMay CsitntUR LrAX abot and killed himself on Friday, at his wife's grave in* oemeterjr at Swa.WHjfiodBdo. Ttntwtm*in« of a maatodon hat* been hnmed in the town.of Monnt Hope, Orange county, Hi If. GOT. CwriM., of Wyoming Territory, waa married -in Washington ThurwUty evading to Mins Isabella Crane Wundorly. THE Apportionment bill, as! it passed the Sonata. Axes the number of members of the HOIIHO of BepreeentatiTes at 283. FULTOM, tho boatman, accepts Brown's offer to row on the four-mile course of tho Kenno bciaH»itt Iiivor for a purse of #1,500. Tins woolen mill and boarding bouse of C. Aldrich A Son, at Granby, Mass., war* burned on Monday. Loss #25,000 insured for $15,000. DETACHAT and his band, of INDIAN. ue RE­ ported to have deserted Camp McDowell, steali...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 15 February 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT. A. BAB WOOD, Bditor UID Prertfotcr. —AUSTIN, MINNR~ THURSDAY MORMNU, *E«. 15,1«72. between the two countries arisirg out I,ruth" of the action of England towards thi United State* during the late civil war. This Commission was charged with the duty of accepting the preliminary statement of each power. These, upon the one hand, being the claim for dam­ ages put forward by the United States, and on the other, reasons and explana­ tions by England which she claimed mitigated, if they did not fully justify her action in the premise*. Of several items for which wo demand pay from 4 he offending Government, it can safely tc asserted that the United States is entitled to all that is claimcd. Of this •kind is the property which was actually ilestroyed by the pirate Alabama, and it amounts to nearly 818,000,000. Our Government claims, in addition to the above, as consequential damages, in. demnitt for injuries sustained by per aons through iho destruction of these vessels.' S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 15 February 1872

BlIMBrEflB CARDS. R. H. T. TURNER, H0MK0PAT1IIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Will ittud to call* it ill hours. LYLK. MINN. 1J« P, VAN VALKENBURGH, I'nlei ii Farm JlMhimrj, Salt, Coal, Lime, Grain, Ac., le. OBce South Side off Publie Square, Austin, Mill. ml2 J1UANK D. ABBOTT, Teacher of Piano & Organ, 80LI CITS PUPILS. Refers to Profs. Freiderich Mann, Peoria, 111. *. C. Guttornon, Owatonna* Minn. Man* X«r Bros., St. Paul. Minn. 30 milE EVERLASTING WHITE METALLIC CLOTHES LINE is neat tidy and atmiui remit/ fur JOHN F. ATHERTON, CLERK OF TUB DISTRICT COURT. Austin, Mower Goanty, Minnstuta 0. UEFFLER Bill PCSTER AUSTIN AND DISTRIBUTER. MINN. LE ROY HOUSE, A. B. MORSE, Proprietor. flood Far* and'Reasonable Bills. Coma and See. LE ROY, MINNESOTA. GEO. W. ROBINSON. REGISTER OK DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine title*,.pay tun for non -rssidents, Ac. Austin, Minn., March 14th, 1871. y! MANSFIELD HOUSE, (Formerly Ceutral.) AUSTIN. MINN., Col. J. II. MANSFIELD, Proprietor. Cloan betls, squar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 15 February 1872

KOIt THE BOYS AND (URLS. (hlck*nd(t«ilFii I MCIUI»»OS. Twenty littlo rhlckadow, Hilling in a row Twenty pairs of naked feet. lluri-d in the snow! I should think yon'd fly away Where tho weather's warm Then yon wouldut havo to be Out thero in tho storm. Pttty littlo chickaitcn! All the trees are bare Woulda't you prefer to bo Where the weather's fair All the other birds have flown South among the flowers There the snow-storms never come— Only summer showers, Horry little chickadees! Dnu't you kuow tho way Caul you ttud the road to go When* it's alway's May Robins ull have found out. Wrens and bine-birds too: Di'ul 011 wiith you'd thought to ask, Ere uway they flew 7 Chilly little rhietailoeu irene, 1 Know, If I had to live out-doors In the wind and anow. Don't you ttud it vory cold for your UtUe feet? Ikint you And it hard to get Anything to eat Hungry littlo chicfc&dres! Would you like some bread? I will give you all you want, Or some sctda instead Anything you like to eat. Yon ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 22 February 1872

THE nf News. Al Home. JOHN GILMER to assist in orect- I Off Cathedral In Boston, netted «6ff,000. iwaoatl^ from small-pox in Philadelphia, fo* tlltfHnBek, were one-hundred and eighty- ^upiaiii Wm. Jaekeon was rail over n«j* Mxrwd, in., Monday afternoon, and kiiiedL lit-}ethodist Church at Kingston, Pa., "M burned on Sundiy. Loss $5,000 ibor iuenraoos THURK yonng sons off Mr. Miller, of Sharon, M&ss., were drowned in that town on Monday, by breaking through the ice. demands ALKxit^takee l»ia $1,009 P°R D»Y OF THE Union Pacific Railroad Company for running the ei*)f blockade with stages. Gov. BALDWIN, of Michigan, lias issued a proclamation convening the legislature in ex­ tra session on the 13th of March. departure from New Or- loans io-norrolr. Jleisto go directly to Pen uauola. whore tho Russian fleet awaits him. UEV. SAMUEL COOK, tho oldest Calviulstic I!:iptiat clergyman in New Hampshire, died in Qoncord, on Friday, aged 81. A£•*?* Central Club has been organized THE Union Sq...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 22 February 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT. 1. A.HA1W00D. Editor uf4 Praarleter. —ATJ8T1N, THURSDAY MORXIKO, fEH. 22,1872. OMUMM AMTUMNIAR There are tfiree billi before tbe Sen­ ate, propoginp as many amendments to the Constitution, all of which we think should pass and become parts of the su­ preme law of the land. One proposes to so amend as to al­ low the State to increase its indebt­ edness to the extent of 8250,000, for the purp 8j of suitably completing i.r enlarging if* charitable and cor­ rective institutions. The Ins no of tlui Asylum inuat le gre. tly ilarued if not entirely finished in a short time the demands npon it, being so great as to render this unavoid able. Something more is needed to put the institution at Faribault in such a conditiou as it* present wants demand, while at least $100,000 must be used in the enlargement of the State Prison. The interests cannot be ncglccted. The State must take care of them but it csnnot do so with the treasury in its present condition, for it curries but li...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 22 February 1872

BUSINESS AR1S I It H. T. TURNER, H0MK9P&T11IC PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. Wll ittud to ealli at all honrt. LYLE. MINN. 1$ 1\ VAN VALRKNBURGH, J. eater ia Farm Machinery, SjUt.Coal, l.iute, Grain, A«-, U. 0«oe South Side of Haklii.Sqatre, Austin, Mi**u, pRANK D. ABBOTT, ^Teacher of Piano & Organ, SOLICITS PUPILS. liefer* to Profs. FroUlerieh Mann, Peoria, It!. C. Uultmon, Owatonoa' Minn.: Mlin­ ger Bros., St. Paul. Minn. 30 TIIIIE EVERLASTING WHITE METALLIC CLOTHES LIKE neat ti.ly and ulisavi ready fur u*e. G. LOEFLKR, Agent, Austiu, if inn. JOHN F. ATHERTON, CLERK OF TUB DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mowor Couaty, Minnetota LCEFFLER BILL PCSTER AND DISTRIBOTEK. AUSTIN MINN. LE ROY HOUSE" A. B. 3IOK.SE, Proprietor. flood Fare aud'UeasonahJc Bill*. Sec. GEO. Corn* and LE ROY, MINNESOTA. W. ROBINSON. KEGISTEit OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes fornon KiiJtutt, Ac. Austin, Minn., March 14th, 1871. yl MANSFIELD HOUSE, (Formerly Central.) AUSTIN, MIXN., Col. J. H. MANSF...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 22 February 1872

1L1»BEKs corker. CH Good Nature. I am first-rate fairy, Rood Mature is my name, 1 use my wand where'er I go A I'll niuko th" rough wuys plain. 1 make the ugly faces shine. The chriUoat voices sweet, The coar»™t area guidon mine, The poorest lives complete. I float in air, unheard, uuseen, And bless the dreariest spot I fly, and wretched is theplaco Where 1 may entor not. No iloor too small, no roof too low, To bar my passsgo through, And, eliildrcn dear, where'er yon go Just take my waud with you. SoHit) of Their Wu "A talked to her feet, Staying** know of a little girl who lives in the suuny South, and she sometimes picks up the not always elegant phrases of the uativos." The other day she matin the discovery that we all have to die, and she didn't like the idea. What did God make being the dark."to afraid of 44 No, of But, mamma, was tart." A all live, and then he makes us all die Dog on Him UTILE girl remarked to her mamma on going bed, "I am uot eoursoyou lior 44 are replied mar...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 29 February 1872

trr- E N 'iiHomci X«E^fawint' b.!o*v Flfg^taff mine, at Little Cot t9H#fod,'La8!i««»i told, with the Bael for­ mes, |or $1,500,000. A r.on«KB explosion occurred in factory at Ht* Qtliog, Lancashire, on Monday, killing aixi-wounding number of psraons. Tnc uapuut paid by the Internal Revenue 0 fflw liiformere* shares for the year ending wltK November last, was $61,000. A liii^elevator, with a capacity of 1,250,000 bn8hel8, to bo erected in Chicago, near the point where the SK Louis Htilioad crosses tiie south branch of thorivor. "Turn to considerable excitement at C|im villc, Ky., over (ho discovery of rich deposi'ta l' loail and other ores by tlio Memphis coiu viliicii recently purchased mining land at tlia SITUplace. .JOHNSON, formerly a clnrk in I be Troa- hiuy Department, has boon sentenced to pay a line of ^40,000 and bo itnpiisoned out-year for. tiiu^nitjcisiepicnt of government food*. Ho rl -atleil guilty. A rmvATE letter from Fort Beqton, Mon mu, Htntcn that during tlio latter...

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. — 29 February 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT. WSWOOD. Editor tad Proprietor, —isms, lOHH- "B8UR8D4Y MORNING, FEB. 29,1872. Editorial 'wrrw|Mit4fHce' St. Paul, Feb. Mr. Page's temperance bill passed the Senate to-day, and will, no doubt, receive the Executive approval. This is a substantial improvement upon the present law, and is all that could be wrested from the anti-temperance ma­ jority of tho Legislature. Mr. Child's bill is lying before I lie committee of the whole, but is practically abandoned.— It has caused extended discussions, and called out a very general expression of the public sentiment upon the busiuess which it sought to regulate and ?ontn l. Not less than 25,000 persons have peti­ tioned for the enactment of a law em­ bodying substantially t^ic principles •contained in the bill, while at least 15,000 people hava remonstrated against such a consummation. Strange as it may seem, I believe that fully three-fourths of the Legislature are hos­ tile to any rigid restraint upon the li­ quor traffic. B...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 29 February 1872

k_-. BUSINESS .:Al£»S. I. II. T. TURN EH, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND BUBO EON. D1 Will ttltal to nlli at all 1.Y LB. MINN. V. VAN VALKKNBURGH, ll. I ealcr i» Farm Machinery Salt, Coal, l.imr, Qrain, Ae., Ac. 0«ce South 8»de of Public 8qu«r«* 3i»na« JjIRANK D. ABBOTT, fflHE EVERLASTING WHITE J. METALLIC CLOTHES LINE is neat lidr and ahravt ready for «•*. Austin, Minn., March 14th, 1S71. yl MANSFIELD UOUSE, (Formerly Central.) AUSTIN, MINN., Col. J. II. MANSFIELD, Proprietor. Clean beds, square meals, no brown sugar, andno dead beat* wanted. 7tf Ceo. W. Clough, COUNTY SURVEYOR. Ie prepared at all time, to serve the pnblie. T. 0. Addreai, Austin, Minn. Residence two miles southwest of Austin. 52-y OEO. P. KEELER, ATTORNEY A COUNSELLOR at Law sad Solicitor in Chancery, Wells, Minn. Will practice in all parts of the State. 46y O, W.GIBSON. M. D., PHYSI cian and Surgeon, Austin, Minn. Office and residence on Water str"*%t. Austin April 30th, 1868 nS-ly BIERCE & JACKSON, CABPSHTER8 AMD ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 29 February 1872

iilMJlUiXS' COKNEH. Tlio XVinsl a«l tlic [VIooii. B* QEOliOK SIACUOKALD. S. lh.- Vind t" tho Moon, "I will blow you out. Von stare T"' ho air ., Wke ghost iu a chair, Always wli ,t I urn :ilnuit. u.i'.i! to bo w.iu 'iiid I will blow yon out." Tlii' Win 1 linnl, ami out went tlm Moon, s. ,i.V} i! ft Ol ol-ui'lK-ss Oi wti l.iy Ik1 Wiiul, juiil slumbered soon— Mmti-riufj low, I'vo doiu) for that Moou." lie turueri iu his bed nlie was there agaiut high lit tic sky, With hpr hn»t e.vo. Til.' Moon .limn- while and alltro aud plain. S lid tin- Wiii.I I will blow you nut again." T!i- Wind blew hard, mid (ho Moon grow dim. Willi my "lodge Ami my wedge 1 have knocked off her edge. If only, I blow right furer nud grim, 'I'l l-1 nature will soon l«j dimmer than diiu." lb' blow and he blew, and sho thinned to a thread. Olio puff MorA euottgli To blow her to annfl! One Kood ptitv more where tho last was brod, And ^limnu-r, glum wiU go the thread." He blew great blast, aud tho thread was gone Iu t...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 7 March 1872

THE HEWS. At Home. Cttnti obsarrara state that the peach crop of Dalawars will fall folly one-half abort of tha avaraga. Jon THOKAB waa axaeutad in Toronto, oa Thursday, for tba murder of ona Jobnaon, •ome months alnea. Tn spoke factory of Bigal Co., and an adjoining dwelling, in St. Mary's. Ohio, waa deatroyed by fire on Wadneaday. Loaa $90, 030. IN Now York, on Wednesday, an octo­ genarian named Margaret Wataon, while indulg­ ing in her habit of smoking in bad, aat tba bad on fire and was burned to daatb. THE Louisville Ledger now appears aa an evening paper. A FIBS at Dunleith on Wednesday evening, deatroyed the St. Cloud Hotel. ST. PAUL, papers atate that the loaa by the burning of the machine Bhopa and engine house of the St. Paul and Sioux City railway, at Shakopee, Tneaday morning, is over 9100, 000, on which there waa an insurance of but $25,000. THE girla in the Hope and Louisville woolen mills are on a strike against a reduction of half a cent per yard, in the price of wea...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 7 March 1872

FHE TRANSCRIPT. ha a WOOD, Editor sod Proprietor. -AI7STI2T. MINN Thursday mohnikm, march 7, ''iirltuti c. f. jonrstx. e. ii. isr Republican State Convention. A Republican State Convention is hereby culled to meet at tho Acndcmv of .Vusii, in the city of Mineapoli-?, on WED*XESDAY, T1IK i:iOUTII DAY OP .MAY next, at 11' o'clock for tho purpose of eloctiLg eight delegates to the Republican National Convention, to Isc held in Phi In Jolphin, on Wednesday, Juno 5. lSVii. Also to nominate fonr Presidential Electors, »ud a candidate cach for the oilioo of Si»t« Auditor snd Clerk of the Supreme Court. The Committee would suggest that the del­ egate* to the Sts»t Contention from the several C,m^ressioB!»l Districts should fclcct Distriot Committees empowered to oall tho next Con­ gressional Convention.. 1'Ue apportionment of delegates is it.ade upon the basis of the Republican vote of Ian full for Governor, at follows: One delegate for ench 250 votes or major fraction thereof, and alto one...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 7 March 1872

asMM RVS1KEKN CARDN. II. IJ, il P, VAX VALKENBTJRGII, 11ANK D. ABBOTT, Teacher of Piano & Organ, AUSTIN, MIXN., Col. J. II. MANSFIELD, Proprietor. Clean beds, square locals, no kro*n sugar, amino dead beat* wautcd. 7tf Geo. W. Clough, COUNTY SURVEYOR. Is prepared at all times to serve the pnblie. P. 0. Address, Austin, Mina. Residence two miles southwest of Austin. 62-y Geo. p. keeler, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, Wells, Minn. Will practice in all parts of the State. 46y O• I N E homeopathic nivsiciAX Will attend to calls at all hours. LYLE. MINN. calcr in Farm Mitehincrj'i Suljt,, Coal, Lime, Grain, Ac., .te. Office Public Square. Austin, Mi*Mi. SOLICITS PUPILS. Refers to Trofs. FrcMerich Mnnn, l'eoria, II!. C. Gnttorson, Owatonna' Minn. Mun« gor Bros., St. 1'nul. Minn. 30 rpiIE KV KRLASTING WIUTE _L METALLIC CLOTHES LINE is neat ii.lv and uhcay* ready for we. JOHN F. ATHEKTON, Cl.EUK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota O. UF.FF...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 7 March 1872

CHILDREN'S CORNER. Taklag Tim* to Grow. 1 nrnmamt" two ea«Ms cried. To let us fly you've never tried. J*™' to go outside and play Well promise not to tun away." The mother wisely shook her bead: Ho, no, my dews. Mot yet," she Mid. ®*i mother, hear," Wo want to ace those th And all the world so rip* described the other day. —hetold called men, and gay, you then And—don't, yon knowt— About a little tiny wren. That flew about so brave and bold, When It was scarcely fonr weeks oldt" But still the mother shook her head No. no, my dean, not yet," she said. Before you see the world below, Far bigger yon win have to grow. There's time enough to look for men And sa for wrens—a wrou*» a wren. What If your freedom does come late? An eaglet can afford to wait" In Gad's Car*. TRANSLATED FROM THB FRENCH. One night, not long ago, when M. Hansen, a rich Swedish merchant, was visiting Pomerania with his son, he took lodgings at a neat looking inn, where many tears before he had passed three days. It...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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