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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 March 1872

At Ham*. Kiw Yomx harbor is fall of ieo. Tn wtfa of n-domor Branlette, Ymtudky, died la Loutarllle on Monday. JWI Chicago XMly News has mads llssp pijinni BN.)«n BUM, CMMB,Mtofcoo lyn en Tuesday. ItoM liLAMSi DL| WM oaniad ky the puMeans at the municipal eleotioucn TOM-Be- An woolen nUU of J. D. Hkfebkfegou, in BurrillvUlo, waa bornod j®.Thursday. Loea 990,000. A nunowr train «u thrown from tbe track near Clyde, Ohio., on Tneedaj, tod Notion hand killed. Two females are said to be In training for a prize flght for one thousand dollar* aside Akron, Ohio. PuruuTiom are already being made in 8t. Lonia for the National tengerCeet^to tMuUeld ,tbere in June. MM. Kuan, who waa brutallybeateu the time her husband waa murdered,-in Waah ngton township, Pa.-, ia dead. Tas Memphis.' Little Bool and Fott w«i(h and Memphis, ghreveport end Southwestern Rattways, liaTe-be« oafiK«dtted. Tan Michigan Republican State Convention to select delegates to the National Convention will be held in Jackaon on...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 March 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT. A, A. HAS WOOD, Editdr ui PMjriitcr. —AUSTIN, MINN.- THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH M, 1872. Republican State Convection. A Republican St »te Convention ii hereby wiled to meet at the Academy of Music, in the aity of Mineapnli?, oo WRUNKSDAY, THE K10IIT1I DAT OP MAY next, it 13 o'clock M., fur tho purpof of electing eight delegates to the Republioaa National Convention, to be held in Philtd*l|iliii, on Wednesday, June b, 1972. Also to nominate four Prei iduntisi Electors, and a indiiltU each for the o#ce of State Auditor and Clerk of the Supreme Court. The Committee would suggest that the del agate* to the State Contention from the several Congressional Districts should *elcct District Committee* empowered to call the next Con­ gressional Convention!. The apportionment of delegates is made un the basis of the Republican voto of last fall for Governor, as follows: One delegate f«r each 250 vote* or maj«r fraction thereof, and al»0 one delegate for each couuty at large. Aitki...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 March 1872

BUKIKEA8 CABD8. VL. II. T. TURNER, 1I0ME0P&T1IIC PHYSICIAN AND BUBQEON. Will attend to calls at all k""" T.YLK. EP, VAN VALKENBURGII, 1'taler ia farm Machinery, Salt, Liuie, Grain, Ac., Ac, 0®ee Pablic Square. Austin, Mi-w. J1RANK I. ABBOTT, 0 LU5FILER BILL STER AND AUSTIN oal, Somth Side of :al2 Teacher of Piano & Organ, SOLICITS PUPILS. Rcfera tu Profs. Fniidcrieh Mann, Peoria, III. *. C. ilutterson, Owatenna* Miuu. Mun« gtr Bros., St. Paul. Minn. DISTRIBUTER. MINN. LE ROY HOUSE, A. B. MORSE, Proprietor. Oeod Fare and'Rcasonnble Bills. Coma and See. LE ROY, MINNESOTA. EO.~W. ROBINSON. REGISTER OK DEEDS, Mower Co Mian. Will examine titlco, pay taxes for non resident*, Ac. Austin, Minn., March 14th, IS71. yl UTCHISS HOUSE, H. HUTCHIHS, Proprietor. Corner J»y ttiui Brnlgt Srtrfi, AriTti, GEO. .... Misxmvt*. Jree kill to and from the eara. Give aa a call. MANSFIKLD HOUSE, (Formerly Central.) AUSTIN, MINN., Col. J. H. MANSFIELD, Proprietor. Clean M(, sqnaro meals, no ktt«n suga...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 March 1872

CHILDREN'S CORNER, Rhymes for Children. WIUUM AUTKOKAM. 1. I love jon, dew: I lonjmi tar You cut think kow I km yon, dinr I Supposing I Were butterfly, ra waver round and above you, dear. Along way off I anted you deer Ho bat or veil oould hide you, dear If I wero a bird, Believe my word. I a slog every day beside yon, dear. I love you, dear I love you, dear Wy (Jauc,) I truly love you, dear: Aud I aek you to take This (flower} for my lake, To say that indeed I love you,dear. n. Tee or not Stay or go? He never onn, be never will know I We must not wait. Well all be late, wbU® (Baraaby)jpuMlea hia queer little pate! What do you aay Off and away! Ham np your mind to so or stay. Fix on your plan, Atop out liie nan. And follow your nose aa fastu you can. Hickgpence, Nick Rpenoe, Sold the cow for sixpence 1 When hia nuMter sodded him Mi ky didnt care. Put him in the farm-yard, The stable yard, the stsck.yard. Send him to the And Johnny to the fair! AaNdoltofaDog, A narrow log lay as a br...

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. — 21 March 1872

THE NEWS. At HtHMi Tas dseth of Boss Strong, one of the I/w ery gang of onQm, to oonflnMd. JIM LOOOB, I Paris Communist, eom mitt«d anicida in N«w lorit on Sttssday. A mu luuml IFsaij Sduflff kQlod binaalf in Brooklyn, on Thursday, for ramorte at hav­ ing oommittod atheft. MB*. CHAFKAK, of Booth Bay, Me., etrangled her infant child, on the 4th of March, while in a istato of religion* Insanity. THK Buaeian" fleet, with the Grand Duke llexie on board, Bailed from Havana for Bio do Janeiro on Tuesday. Aimen from Port an Prince state that the five incendiaries who recently alternated to bum the capitol, hare been sentenced to death. JCDOE CAKDOZO has made an order in the suit of Helen Josephine Mansfield vs. James Fisk, Jr., substituting Mrs. Lucy D. Fisk as defendant iu hie place. Tax lumber yard* of H. B. Deacons, Hnnio kor & Co., and Patterson & Co., in Philadel­ phia, were damaged by fire on Tuesday night to the amount of $60,000- insurance 954,000. SEVERAL prominent Massach...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 21 March 1872

THE TR ANSCRIPT. ,A't A" HARWool) E&toe aud Fiojtietor, —AUSTIN, MINN.— TVll*HS»IA5 tfORXING, MARCH 21, 1672. EepAbiicim State Crave.tion. A Republican St.ite Convention is hereby •«!lct to meet at the A(««ifUjf of Music, in (lie •it* of Mineanolis, on WEDNESDAY. THE tkl'UIITli 1»AY Of MAY ant, at 12 o'clock M., f«-r the purpote of e'ccticg ten delegates to the Republican National Convention, to be h«ll iu Philadelphia, on Wednesday, June 5, 1 »72. Also to nominate (ire Presidential Electors, mid candidate each for the offiuc of St.it* Auditor mid Clerk of the Supreme Court. Tho Committee would suggest that the del­ egates to tlc State Convention from the several Congressional Districts should (elect District Committer* empowered to call the nest Con­ gressional Convention?. 'i'Hv apportionment of delegates it made •|:on the basis of the Republican vote of last fall for Governor, as follow*: One delegate fur fitch 230 vote* or major fraction thereof, and also one delegate for ea...

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 March 1872

BUMI.M:** AKI»S. jQll H. T. TURNER, HOMEOPITIIIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Will attead to calls at all hour*. LYLE. MINN. EGrain,lc.,VALKENBURGH, R, VAN cater i.i Farm Machinery, Salt. t'nal, Lime, lc. Office South Side of Public Square. Austin.Ni'U. n»12 MHK EVERLASTING WHITE METALLIC CuOTIlES LIKE is iicat tidy aod alwayt rteulj/j'or we. 3 G.LOEFLER, Agent, AusHn, "inn. JOHN F. ATHEHTON, CLERK OFTHii DISTRICT COURT, Austin. Matter County, Minnesota UEFH/KR BILL STER AND DISTRIBUTER. AUSTIN MINN. LE ROY HOUSE. A. B. MORSE, Proprietor. Oood Fare aud^ Reasonable Dills. See. Coma nod LE ROY, MINNESOTA. GEO. W. ROBINSOX. ItEGISTKH OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, Ac. Austin, Minn., March 14th, 1971. yl JJUTCUINS HOUSE, H. HUTCHIKS, Proprietor, Com*r Jog and Bridge Street*, ACSTIV, MISSSBSOT*. Free but to and from tfct ears. Give us a call. MANSFIELD IIOUMSI (Formerly Centra!.) AUSTIN, MINN., Col. J. II. MANSFIELD, Proprietor. Clean b*ds, square m...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 21 March 1872

Art Tlion Livins Yet I la thtM nognnd, immortal sphere Bovond thin realm of broken ties, To till the wants that mock ns here. Ana dry the tears from weeping eyea Where Winter mrlta in endless Spring, And June stands near with death lean flowers Whore wo may hear the d« ar ones sing Who loved ua in this world of oursT I auk, and lo my cheeks an wet With team for one I cannot Me Oh, mother I'krt tliou living yet* And dost thou still remember me? I feel thy kisses o'er me thrill. Thou unseen angel of my life I hear thy hymns around me triU, An undertone to care and strife Thy tendor eyes upon me shins. AH from a being glorified, Till I am thino and thou art mine. And I forget that thou hast died. I almost lose e.ich viiin regret In visions of a life to be But, mother, art thou living yet, Ana dost thou still remember met The Spring-times bloom, the Summers fade. The winters blow along my way But over overy light and shade Thy memory lives by ght and day It soothes to deep my wildest pa...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 28 March 1872

THE NEWS. At Home* A barn valued at #30,000, attached to* the residence of Myron P. Bush, Buffalo, wan de troyed by fire Friday afternoon. THE cotton-waate warehouse of Jonathan odge, at Holmeaburg, Peon., was burned on Friday morning. Loss, f20,000. A VIBE occurred in San Bernardino, CaL, Thursday, which destroyed Wellg, Fargo ft Co.'a express office. Loes $10,000. THC steamer Charmer struck a rock while deeconding the falls at Louisville, on Thurs­ day, and sunk. The boat was valued at $10, 000. TOE flouring mill of Zeeighouse A Brother, cornor of North Second and Jeffenon streets, was burned on Sunday morning. Loss $60, 000. InA A. PAINE, of New York, on Tuesday beat Richard Woods, of Chester, Pa., in a pigeon* shooting match, Paine ki.'liog 39, and Woods S3, out of 50. Tut: hainoBs and saddle manufactory of E. P. Mover & Bros., 720 Market street. Philadel­ phia, was burned on Saturday night. TiPPt §85,000. TUK Methodist Episcopal Church at New York Mills was destroyed by fir...

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 March 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT. A A. SllWOOD. Editor ud FroorUtet. WU'RSDAY MOUNINYJ, MARCr!'2MK2. «p Republican State Convention A Republican Suto Curtutioi is hereby eelled tv MNt at the Aciiltnt of Slupio, in the oily ef MineaiioHs, on WEDNESDAY, TI1K KlUHTII DAY M.. fur the url'o»e OF .MAY next, at It! oVIwk ... of «Vtftb_3 the Republican-N*tion.-il Convention. to ueld in ('hilifMllihigi, vn Wtiintmliijr, JUM 6. ifcrl. Alio 10 noiuiualii five Presidential lliclofi, mid a Mttdiiiiitc each fur the ufee of St'tt* Auditor and Clerk of the Supreme Court. The Committer would suggest that the del »|ttM lu the Stat* Coat ention from th«i several Congressional Di.trirl* should select District Committees empowered to call the nest Con­ gressional Conventions. C. II. PETTIT, Chairman, R. S. Mcl.A K, Sterctsrv, CIIAS. SCIIEKFKK, Treasurer, P. t. JOHNSON, E. 11. HUrcillNS, W. A. 1IOTC1IKISS, D.M.SaUIN, W M. HICK I.K. K. K. SMITH. J. C. .MOIUtOW, Republican Stat* Central Committee. Dated MiHRBAroLls. March 1...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 28 March 1872

BV8IREM CARDS. 11. H. T. TUUNKR. HOMEOPATHIC pntsicrAtt Ceo. W. Clough, COUNTY SURVEYOR. AND BURGEON. Will attead to ealls at all hours. I. TLB, T? P. VAN VALKENBUROH, P.iT 1 a*l«r ia Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, llm, OniBi Ac., Ae. Olel Psblio Square, Auatin, Mi«n. THE Sbath Side of+ss »12 KVKR LASTING WHITE METALLIC CLOTHES LIKE ia rat tl.ir and uttcay* really /or ute. G. LOEFLER, Agent, Austin, V. inn. JOHN F. ATHERTON, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Anatla, Mower Go*aty, Minnesota G. LLEFFLEH BILL STER AND DISTRIBUTER. AUSTIN MINN. LE ROY HOUSE, A. B. MOUSE, LE ROY, MINNESOTA. GEO W. RODINSON. REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine title*, pay taxea for non reaidenta, Ao. Auatin, Minn., March 14th, 1871. yl J1RANK D. ABBOTT, mcHis or puho, obqaxt, And Theory of Music. Room* in Johnson's Block—Up Stair* AO One door north of the Court Howe, AUSTIN. MINNESOTA. JJUTCHINS HOUSE, H. HUTCHINS, Proprietor, Comer Jay and Brhhjt Streets, Aoariv, .... Ia prepared at all timea to serve...

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. — 28 March 1872

nilUHtl.VS CORSEH. Tilt Chiiiigcllngi A (TORT TOLD TO ORAOIK, BT ELIZABETH AKKRA ALLK. Ono iu summer's glow, Not msuy years ago, A little buhy lay upon my kuce. With villus tif silken hair, And ttuger waxen Inir, Tiny and sol't, and jiiuU at pink could lie. We watched it thrive and grow,— Ah mo! wr livcd It so,— Aud marked its daily gain of sweater charms It learned to Isugh and crow. And play, and kisa na—so— Until one day wo missed it from our arms. In sudden, strange surprfce HV met each otliei 'a eyes, Asking, Who siolo oar pretty babe away Wo qucatioucd earth and air, But, seeding everywhere, Wo nover found il from that summer day. But in its wonted place Tlii r« una another face,— A little girl'a, with yellow curly hair About her shoulders tossed,— And the sweet babe wo lost Seemed sometimes locking from her eyes aofuir. She ilances, romps, and sing?, And dots a hundred things Which my lost baby never tried to do 8ho lungs to road in books. And with brig t, eager looks Is alwa...

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 April 1872

THE NEWS- At Home. JOHN BRODBENT, a moclianic, shot and kill w^hkwito il Kansas City, Mo., on Thursday. Thoy had, been ^iivscvod. l«otiis(Mo.) Democrat Company is composed of Geo. W. tailback, Henry C. Year geiVlii&artl Holmes, and GEOJ _P. Wbitlaw. The capital stock is MOO,000." A.DISPA'BOB from Wilmlngton.N.'C, gives a rnmor that tho New York. Herald's corres­ pondent, recently captnnd by the Lowry gang or outlaws, has been murdered. A UIYKR nainod George Seaman wasnufTo. cated on Thursday, Jiilo worlmig on a snnk eti wreck in the North Itivsr, New ¥ork, by tho bursting ot afresh air pipe. THE boiler of a loconiOtivotwn Contral trad at Chicago, drawing a hoav train, exploded Saturday morning jwith great violence. Only tho enginoor yim iftjurod. Tin: comiiiainlcrs of "Posts of the Graiid A iny «r tlio lCc|ublic hayo commenced ar­ rangements for tho decoration of the graveH of ho Unign dead, Slav 30. .• Tjti:ut iagroat oxcit&uunt Ti*uihva, Illinois, cansod by the depredation...

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. — 4 April 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT. A. A. lilWOOD. Editor aad Proprietor. —AUSTIN, MSttt,- WURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1*7J. Btpnblina Stote Cosv^liM. A Republican Skit* Cwniilfot ia hereby nulled to neat »t the Academy of Music, in the oity of Mineapolis, on WEDNESDAY, THE C1GUTH DAY OP MAY neat, at 12 o'clock for tbe Diitpotc of electing ten delegate* Republican National Convention, to be held ia Philadelphia, on Wednesday, June 6, t* tbo Rei IS72. Alio to nowinato five Presidential Electors, and a candidate each for (he office of State Auditor and Clerk of the Supreme Court. The Committee wonld auggeat that tho del­ egate* to the State Con* entiuo from the avveral Coagreasional Districts ahoald (elect District Committee* empowered to gall the next Cou |re*siunnl Convention!. C. 11. PETTIT, Chairman, R. N. Mcl.ARKN, Secretary, CIIAS. SCUBFFBR, Treasurer, C, f. JOHNBON, E. II. 11UTCI11N8, W. A. I10TCI1K1S3, D.M.SABIN. M. DICK I.E. X. R. SMITH. J. C. MORROW, Republican Stale Central Committee. Dated MIHS...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 April 1872

BVSIKEKFTI «AH1S. R. H. T. TURNER. HOMEOPATI1IC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Will ittud to calls at ill hours. LYLB. MINN. E p, VAN VALKENBURGH, A. B. GEO. A• c-u r*' j, fcalcr ia Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, time, Grain, Ac-, Ac. 0«ce South Side of Public Square. Austin, M»«wi. asU FPLIK EVERLASTING WHITE METALLIC-Ci.OTIlES LINE neat IM, ..4 "•Jft^LEB.Ap.., Austin, "inn. JOHN F. ATHERTON, CLERK OF TilK DISTRICT COURT. Austin. Mower Coaaty, Minnesota 0 LTEFFLER BILL P'STER AND DISTRIBUTER. AUSTIN MINN. LE ROY HOUSE. MORSE, GEO. Proprietor. Owed Fare and'Rvuaonable Bills. Com* and See. LE ROY, MINNESOTA. W ROBINSON. REGISTEH OP DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine title*, pay taxes for non­ residents, Ac. Auatin, Minn.. March 14th, 1871. yl RANK D. ABBOTT, TEACHES OF PIANO, OMAN, And Theory of Music. Room* in Johnson Slock—Up Stair*. 40 One door north of the Court House, AUSTIN, MINNESOTA. UTCI1INS HOUSE, H. HUTCHIN8, Proprietor, Corner Jay and Bridge Streets, A S I I S N O Free bu« to and fr...

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 April 1872

ICoses and Dreams. BBBN K, BEXFOBP. Tho rosea of summer aro dying, .... no the rod leavca fall. Whouover the wind cornea nighing a ,0vSr the Wdon watt. A blood-red rain on the sraaaea. .iWaft!°la niiuuu'x falnt P®rfumo, Ami tlio winds, you may chant your or tho BUmmer-roBoa tomb I When tlie day seonui long aud lonely, ,, Aud the sky looms grey and cold, And tho wind's wail I hear only,* Oh, I fuel so old, so oldI J[ that tho hopes so tender, Tlu- beautiful dreams so frail, Uroop, like the roses' splendor, In tho lreath of the autuniu gale. Rases, oh lieautiful rones! You aro not more frail aud fair Thau the dreams of a dying summer, Horn of the summer air. Die with the summer, together Y«m sire lioth too fair and frail To live ((trough (lie autumn weather, When tlio rude, wild winds provail. Die with the last liriglit sunshine Of a day that has been moat sweet, Oil beautiful, )nre-sonled roses. And drtaniK so fair and fleet. lint your lender and haunting fragrauco We never shall for...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 April 1872

THE HKW8. At Home. J. HCTCHIKBOX Gov. died in Brooklyn on Thun* day, aged 106. In QOUUI'B profi a by the recent riee in Erie atoek ate raid to be •4,000,000. A uiaHT ahock of an earthquake waa felt at radaoah, Ky., early Tuesday morning. DAVID Jonas, colored, who waa ahot by a nob in Naahyille, Monday night, ia dead. A WILMINGTON (N. C.) dispatch says the outlaws Henry Berry Lowery and Boas Strong are dead. A nut: at Philadelphia, Friday evening, par­ tially destroyed the spice-mills of Wilkie A Smith. Lose #85,000. FKIUIAM, of Maine, has appointed Thursday, April 18th, a day of public faatiug and prayer in that state. THE convicted auti-Chineae rioters at Los Angoloa have been sentenced, two to aix yean each in the penitentiary. THE old City Hall building, used for a Coun­ cil room, engine house, etc., in Kenosha, waa deetroyed by fire Saturday morning. A nns at Port Leydon, N. Y., on Monday night, destroyed Sylvester ft Rigg's block. Loss $36,000 insurance, f31,000. EIGHTEEN thous...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 April 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT. A» A. GARWOOD. Editor aad Proprietor, IURSlAY MORNING, ArRIL 11,1872. Bcp^blieu State Ccnveutioa. A Republican Stuto Convention is hcfoby tailed meet at (bt Acsdrmy of Muslo, in the •ity of Mincapolis, on WEDNESDAY, THIS KlOnTII DA\f OF MAY nest, at 12 o'clock 11., for tli« purpose of electing t«n delegates I* the Republican National Convention, to be held in Philadelphia, on Wednesday, June i, 18*2. Alto to nominate live Presidential Bleetora, and a candidate cacb for the office of State Auditor and Cl«rk of the Supreme Court. The Committee would suggest that the del­ egates to the State Convention from the several Congressional District* should scleet District Committee* empowered to eall the next Con gfessivaal Convention*. C. H. PETTIT, Chairman, R. N. Mcl.AREN, Secretary, 4..% C1IA8.8CHEFFKR, Treasurer, J. f. JOBVSOS, E. II. HUTCII1NS, W. A. VTCIIKISS, D. M. SARIN, WM. BI KI,K. S. R. 8MITH. J. c. WOK now. Bepubliean State Central Committee. Dated ku)Mmu,Maich 1....

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

BVMHI»« CARWI. OW. GIBSON. M. !»-, PHY8I- liu ut Surgeon, Austin, Minn. OOce IUMMNNOI Water I(rc«R. Austin AHril 10th, 1S8S »»-»y N. WHEAT, M. D, Homcepathic Physician and Surgeon, Office and Bciidoncts Corner of St. Paul ami Mitt Street*, M/L AMII« Mlnncaola. 8. GOWDY, M. D., A. Physician and Surgeon. OBca at the Davidson Home, Austin, Minnesota. RtrKKESCES. Prof. V.W. Jenk-, M. I., Detroit. Mich. B. B. Cory, D., \V*uk'g«n, 111. C. W. Bond, Waukegau, III*. L. L. Bcunot, M. 1., Owttonni, Minn. 52y 1 R. II. T. TURNER. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 1PI1I ittaid to calls at all hours. LYLE. MINN. R. H. A. COZAD, VETERINARY SURGEON, BROWJMDALC, Mmx. Late of the United States Army. JJUTCIIINS HOUSE, H. HUTCHINS, Proprietor, Corner Jay and Brnhje Streets, AVERT* MMSWOTA. fm ku to and from th« c*rs. Give ut a call. MANSFIELD HOUSE, (Formerly Central.) AUSTIN, MINN., Col. J. II. MAN8FIELD, Proprietor. Clenn beds, square meals, no knai sugar, and no dead beats wanted. Ttf «A.nstin House...

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

CIIILI)Ki:\»s CORN Kit. 'ri»« PouIImU Dure bell, BY oeobok maodomau. A Imri'lioll hnng Its wljfirthcad: I am tired, so ?«Hr timl I wish I wu dead." ,\'}UR hor in th® am moggy dell: If all were over, then all wcro well." The wind ho heard, and was pitiful: Mo waved her about to mako her tool. Wind, you lire roiiKb," said the dainty bell i*nve me alone— I am not well." And the wind at the voice of the drooping dame, sang iu his heart, and ceased for shame. hot, HO hot!" slio sighed and said I nm withering up I wish I was dead." Then Hut 8liu, ho pitied her pitiful ease. An drew a thick veil over his face. Clou,I. go nwny, and dont be rude I am II ..| I don't gee why you should." Tliu ,'l.md withdrew and the barelH,ll cried, I am faint, »o faint! and no water beside!" And tin- dew came down its manifold path Hut sin- murmured, "I did not want a bath." A hoy une liy iu the morning gray lie iliu !ied the harebell, aud threw it away. The harebell shivered, and cried, "Oh! oh 1 am f.iiut, ...

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