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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 18 April 1872

THE NEWS. At Homo. Tnu body of a laborer was found floating in lio liver at Cleveland on Monday. THK Republicans carried the charier elec­ tions in Lockport and Albany, on Tuesday. Dn. JOSEPH WOODHUU* husband of Victo­ ria Woodhnll, died suddenly on Sunday. J. B. MERRICK, an architect of Sandusky, Ohio, aged GO years. fell from a scaffold on Monday, and was fatally injured. TELEGRAPHIC dispatches from Cincinnati and Louirtvillo report terrible freshots iu Ohio and Kentucky, and great damngo to property. A FUSE at Cleveland on Mouday destroyed a building occupied as a planing-mill and facto­ ry. Lai-a £30,0(10. THE Ways and Means Committee are said to bo in favor of abolishing all bonded ware­ houses, except those for export. A JI'UY of six white and six colored nion was empaneled on Saturday, at Jersey City. This is tho lirst caso of colored men on a jury in Hiulnon county. A L.\K« dofnloation ki the money-order de­ partment of tho Fort Wayne (Ind.) postollico has leeu brought to li...

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. — 18 April 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT. A. A. HARWOdD. Editor and Proprietor. —AtTSTlN, MINN.— "WI1TRSDAY MORNING, APRIL IS. IH72. Republican State Ccnve .tion. A Republican St.ite Cunvcntino is liemby 'hllttl to meet at the Acndvtn.v of Music, i:i !b« The Committee would suggest thut the del •-trate* to the State Com eiition from the Keveral t'«ngressiouaI Districts should select District •iniuittecs empowered to oali the next Con gitltiuutl Convention*. C. II. PKTT1T, Chairman, It. N. Mcl.AKKN, Secretary, CIIAS. SCJIKFFKII, Treasurer, Dated MiimcAfoLis, March 1, 1372. Republican County Convention. Tti# Republicans of Mower County Mill i::eet in delegate convention at the Court House, in the village of Austin, on Friday, •'.ay the :J«i of la.v nest, at 3 o'clock P. M. lor the purpose of electing six delegates to represent said county in the State Republican invention, to he*held at Minneapolis on the iih day of May, 1872, for the purposes men­ tioned in the Cull of the State Cent *al Comuiit tM published ...

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. — 18 April 1872

BtSIKLNS OW. GinSON. M. !., PHY Hi! dm ana Surgeon, Austin, Minn. Office tLd residence on Water ft root. Austin Avril 30th, 1888 nS-ly N. WHEAT, M. P., Homocpathio Physician and Surgeon, Office and Residence, Corner of St. Paul and Mill Streets, Anstiu, MliineMoln. 5Syl S. GOWDY, M. D., A. Physician and Surgeon. Ofiice at the Davidson House, Austin, Minnesota. RRFKUEXCKil. Prof. K. W. .Tonki1, M. D., Detroit, Mich.: B. S. Cor.v, D., Waukegan, 111. C. W, lloml, Waukegan, Ills.) L. L. llonnct, M. !»., Owatonnn, Miun. S2yl R. H. A. COZAD, VETERINARY SURGEON, BROWXF»AI.I MINX. Late of the United States Army. uToiTiNs^myusl^ H. HUTCHINS, Proprietor, Corner Joy ami BrUhj'c Streets, ATSTIN, MlSXESOTJt. Free bus to and from (he ears. Give us a rail. MANSFIELD HOUSE, (Formerly Central.) AUSTIN, MINN., Col. J. II. MANSFIELD, Proprietor. Clean beds, square weals, no trown sugar, and no dead beats wanted. Ttf Austin House, Corner of Mill and Jay Streets, Austin, Minn., K. UM RATH, Proprietor. T...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 18 April 1872

CHILDUO'S CORNER. Tlie Fox mil Uic Pcacoclt. sly Reynnrd, taking onco bis morning stroll, p»l it Peaccflt on a grasejr kuoll 1I« bov'd with grnvo solemnity, nntl mid Good uiorrow, monarch of the plcawut glade, I*-t n-.e once more bel'old Tlie glowing green and gold Of tliul legplrnrient tail. Which, like a liviiiK rain bow, lights tho valo O lot MO FJNZO tijou those hundred eyes Whose bounty ioliln an ever freak surprise 1" Of cotireo so bravo a bird can sing A iioiiu to match the aploudor of each feather, l-'ur it is quite the thing For fkill una grace like thine to go together. Aud if SOUR thon dost excel All other birds, (the lark sings pretty well),— Y. infill nspiro to reach tho sky, Fur, If yon try, yon ro«W not fail to lly Mid rife to our delighted oyes, Like Konie coloesal bird of raradise!" Tls very true," the aillv bird replied, And strutted iu the grandeur of uis pride No gentleman can em sung a wretched pcream And as i\ soaring I—Well, I think I might Take my bold flight...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 25 April 1872

THE HEWS. At Horn. THE ten-boor tow hia been defeated in the Mi—elm—tie Senate. Tn steam shovels excavating at Connoil Btaffs, Iowa, have nnearthed a lot of human CBAI. Ann, of FleaeantviDe, omthe Har­ lem Bailroad, fatally ahot hia wife on Monday night Canae, jealowr. Tn flmt flhari*tir"** wen aold in New York, Saturday, at from 92.80 to *3 per quit. SDKTKD YATES and James Anthony Fronde have been engaged to lecture in America the beginning of next fall. J.W. AVE**, the CraskUl murderer, has been sentenced to be hanged at Hackenaack, N. J., June 9Bth. A #120,000 conflagration occurred at Sharno^ kin, Pa., on Monday. The Douty House aud nine adjoining buildings were destroyed. DIAMONDS of considerable value have beeu found in the Gravel gold mines, Eldorado Co. Cal., creating much excitement. TEE Apaches attacked a atage near Pros* oott, Arizona, on the 8th inat, but the passen­ gers killed one Indian and escaped. THK jury in the case of Joseph H. Fore, on trial for murder at St. Lo...

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 April 1872

l'HE TRANSCRIPT. A. A. HAft itfCOD. E'Ji'tcr and Proarictor. -AUSTI^ Ar mm~ ***1VKSIIAY MOUXIiVit, APKIT, 2o, 1872. licptiblioan State Ccnve^tion, C. H. PKTTIT, Chairman, R. N. McliARKN, Secretarv, CHAS. SCI1EFFER, Treasurer, Dated MIRXKAPOLU. March 1, 1872. Rapublican County Convention. Th» Republicans of Mower County will „L, I I meet iu delegate convention at the Court The rccent election in New Unuip nit ire and in Connecticut, two States «1 ways conservative and closely con­ tested, is a sufficient indication of the •position which New England will as sun in t1»e.approaching crisis. Those States in the West that 4me elected •delegates have spdken for 5rant with­ out exception, and there will be no new story by tlioso from whom we have yet to hear. In view of all 4?iis, and in spite of it, \i mass convention has been called to meet in Cinrcrnmatti on the first day of next May, Thinking men will natur­ ally ask what motive inspires this side movement. Messrs. Greeley. Sumner, .'S...

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 April 1872

BUfilKEKM iAltDS^ O• W.GIBSON. M. p., rilYSI cian auu .Surgeon, Austin, Minn. Office ud residenceon Water street. Auatin April 30th, 180S o3-ly N. WHEAT, 31. D., Homcepatluc Physician and Surgeon, Offict and Residence, Corner of St. I'aul and Mill Streets, J2vl Austin, 9Klnn«Mota. S. GOWDY, M. D., A Physician and Surgeon. Office at tho Davidson IIousc, Austin, Minnesota. RKFCROCRS. Prof. K. W.'Jenk?, M. D., Detroit, Mich. 11. S. Cory, M. D., Waukcgan, III. C. W. ltond. Waukvgan, Ills. L. L. Bonnet, M. D., Owatonna, Miun. $2yt R. II. T. TURNER. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SU1U5KON. Will attend to culls at all hour*. LYLE. MINX. H. H. A. COZAD, VETERINARY SURGEON, BHOWSKDAI.R, MINN. Late of the United States Army. UTCI1INS HOUSE, H. HTJTCHINS, Proprietor, Corner Jog and Brulye Stretls, Acariii, .... MISXESOTA. Free but to and from the ears. Give us a call. MANSFIELD TLOUSE, (Formerly Central.) AUSTIN, MINN., Col. J. II. MANSFIELD, Proprietor. Clean beds, square meals, no brown sugar, an...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 25 April 1872

»nii,i)H2 x»s (OIIM:K. T. Sq-.iHrrl mill the Hlghtlngttl«. Tin- jhtinpnlo ouo happy morn in spring :i linwtiiom lioiich wan Hiufflno brightly. 11 smliliMi did ccasc to sing, (lie Squirrel, quite politely (she did uot say Ami I'. Milium 1 A^'.v «1 liim f.ir ouo HWdt nut sue in, aut the Mvectcr worm that in it lay J) W It Uatl It. S.'rili no an N in a ill -visli, nor for rt-ftv-ing give true reason, mil !*:i• her pivttY sour could not ava 1, I'*t nuts in early spring wero not in season, 'i" :,ltv Ho knew that in his store Ht bun hundred nuts, and many more. Full tii iv note she gave him in one trill Of irest music, yet he would not bring her One sin. ir net. but ^nt demurely still. And said:—" My nuts would spoil tho sweetest Hinder 1 woul 1 tu mar my Nightingale's soft strain For a!! tlie wealth ley nimble toil could gain. Ah. in So plausible was Bun's rep'y, have pained him credit for politeness, an afTi'd Weasel standing by the diseourfe, nnd with a Weasel's bright- the plain truth...

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. — 2 May 1872

THE NEWS. At lloillf. JOAN JAY Knox hw been apjxrinted Comp­ troller of Cnrrenoy. BEOEII'K at the Homowpathic hospital fair in Ronton for the first week exceod $35,000. THE ship Derry Castle was burn oil at sea re­ cently. 'lVo of tho crow perished. A CONFLAOHATIOK THE nearly $3,000. IN EARTHQUAKE at Sharulmrg, Ta., on Sat urday night, destroyed two hotels and aevera stores. A PrrrsBiuio policeman named John Stock was fatally beaton by unknown parties during Monday night. subscriptions to the fund for a monu­ ment to Gen. George II. Thomas amount to California, grain is maturing rapidly. Htovodores in REV. FATHKR JOHN FLANNIOAN, A great Hcurcity of hands to gather the crop is anticipated. THE S..n Francisco, who have been receiving $3 in coin a day, aro MOW jury in tho case of Fanny Hydo, tried in Brooklyn for tho murder of Watson, were unable to agree, and have been discharged. A POWDER-MILL THE THE at the Dupont Works in Delaware, blew up Friday afternoon of last week, and badly i...

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. — 2 May 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HAS WOOD, Editor and Proprietor. —_ —AUSTIN, MINN.— *»H BSPAY MORNING, MAT 2,1S71*. Republican State Ccnvejticnj A Republican State Convention is heft-by ••Hod to tnret at the Academy of Music, in lhe •it* of Mineapolis. on 11"!iTNESDAY, TlIK EIGHTH PAY OF MAY next, Ut 12 o'clock M.. for the purpo!d of electing tcu tlelcgntcs t* tlio Republican National Convection, to bo held in Philadelphia, on Wednesday, June 5. 1872. Alio to uoniioofo live Presidential Sleetors, and a eandidate each for the ofl'ioo of and Clerk of the Supreme Court. llle Committee would suggest that the tel ^ates to the iiixte Cum entiou from the several C»ngr*«»iohnl Districts should select District foiftmlftces empowered to call the next Cou resaioual Convention.*. C. H. I'ETTIT, Chairman, R. S. Mcl.ARKN, Secretary, CIIAS. SCIIEFFKK, Treasurer, Dated MI.IXBAPOMS. March 1, 1872. TUB Cincinnati Convention opened yesterday, with Stanley Mathews, of Ohio, as temporary chairman. It did but. litt...

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. — 2 May 1872

U(KIM:SK (AltliK. J. W. GIBSON. M. D., P1IYSI eian ana Surgeon, luctin, Minn. Office O. I'tdreiiducton Water street. Auatiu A|.ril 30tb, 186$ n3-ly N. WHEAT, M. D. Homoep&thic Physician and Surgeon, Office and Residence, Corner of St. Paul and Mill Streets, 52vi Austin* Mlnuciiola. S. OOWDY, M. D., A. Physician and Surgeon. Office at the Daiidion House, Austin, Minnesota. mriRucn. Prof. S. W. Jenk, M. D., Detroit, Mich. B. 8. Cory, D., Waukegan, 111. C. W. Bond, Wtukcgan, III*. L. L. Sennet, M. P., Onatouna, Minn. 62yl P. THORN 111LL, D., Physician and Surgeon, Office corner Main and Winona Streets, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. R. H. T. TURNER, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND Sl'llUEON. Will attoad to calls at all hour*. TALK. MINN. II. II. A. COZAI), VETERINARY SURGEON, BNOW»SDALK, MUX. Late of tbe United States Army. UTCI1INS HOUSE, H. HUTCHINS, Proprietor. Corner Jay and Bridge Street*, A rsri*, .... instill House, Corner of Mill and Jay Streets, Austin, Minn., R. KVKRATH, Proprietor. Th...

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. — 2 May 1872

CORNER. CSotnl Sometimes. BX O. BOWAHD. Twenty yoara havo paused to-morrow, «?'ncc wcn' yonder school, where I oltim learned with sorrow What attends a broken rulo. lloiighly spoke tho ancient master: Go, sir, to the open floor S Or I'll come and walk you faster Than you ever walked before." Then wan hushed the busy humming, For full well tho scholars knew! All the torture that vat coming From the rod that hung in view. llut my little blue-«yed Bister Soft ly stole anil took my hand. (O the darling! liow we've mimed her Since sho joined tho angel baud!) To the pale aud angry teachor Sweet she spoke as distant chimes, Love iUumitii! every feature— Brother dear is good sometimes," Wliut thrill her pleading gave mo! llanislioil all my swift disgnce I was sure that it would save me, Gre 1 saw his changing face. Oft I sco that dear face beaming, Hear her voieo in loving rhymes, "ieutly saying, In my dreaming,— Brother dear is good sometimea." )r 1 dream that angeto gather ltouiul the thr...

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. — 9 May 1872

THE NEWS. A* Heme. Tin Governor of Iowa has signed (bo Mil abolishing capital punishmant. Ax Immense peat bed baa bceen discovered at Los-Angslos, California. K.VBLY Tuesday morning, three men on a wagon filled with milk cans, drove to Jno. Htoaraa' dlk factory, 21S to 621 East 4M street. New York. One of tbem knocked or. tho office door, which was opened by the por­ ter, Michael Sherry, and while he was engaged in conversation, another struck him on the head with a club and he fell insensible. He wan then gagged and bound, and $5,000 worth of silks stolen. No ariwsta. A TH-KOHA* from Kingston, N. ¥., states that the Ana on the mountains continue. Fires arc aloo raging along (he line of the Os­ wego and ltondout Railroad, whore large quantities of wood and railroad ties have boon burned. CAPT. MIKNHOLD, of tho Third Cavalry, in pursuit of tho Indians who drove off the stock near McPhcraon, Nebraska, on the 24th, suo» cccdod in. overtakiuc twenty of them on the Loupo. Three Indians w...

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. — 9 May 1872

IS THE TRANSCRIPT A'. A. HAEWOOD. EdM* fcfcf Proarlstof. -AUSTIN. MINN MPRSDAY MORXIX Tor State Auditor. O. P. WIITTCOMH, Olmsted County. For Clerk l)f the Supreme Court. KIIKKWOOI) UUt'CII, IJ.nnscy County. called the one term principle. the people of this nation tin mt believe. It is an expedient to which office seek­ ers retort to increase the nuutber of sit­ uations for the benefit of themselves. The tone of the llcpubhcau press throughout the country, and of the pa {wra in Kngland, is very decidedly against the attempt of the Cincinnati Convention to break up the party, and is especially unfavorable to Mr. (!rccley, while very uiany who participated in making the nomination will not support the candidates with their votes. Can Mr. (irecley persist in a candidacy which is so distasteful to those Repub­ licans with whom he has affiliated dur­ ing a lifetime, and from which lie break* off for no other reason than that of obtaining an office M.uoit E. II KENNEDY, late Special Mail ...

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. — 9 May 1872

BV8IXEIM CARDS. N. WHEAT, M. 1)., Homcepathie Physician and Surgeon. Offict and RwWtB^i Corner of St. Paul and MM Streets, Mji imdu, 8. GOWDY, M. IX, Physician and Surgeor. Office at the Davidson House, Austin, Minnesota. IIKFKItEM-C*. Prof. R. W. Jenks M. I., Detroit, Mich.: B. P. C'orv. D., Wankegan, 111. C. W. Hand. M. l'»., WankeRim, Ills. I'- Bennet, M. 1„ Owatouna, Minn. My I 1\ THORN 11 ILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office corner Main ami Winona Street?. Al'STIN. 4y1 MINNESOTA. DK II. T. TURNER. HOMKOI*ATIIIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Will attend to calls at all hour*. T.YLK. MINN. *T\R. II. A. COZA1). VETELILXARY SITUG EON, ISaoWKsnAi.t, Miss. Late of (ho l'nited States Army. JJUTC1I1NS HOUSE, H. HyTCHINS, Proprietor, Corner Jay and Bridge Street«, AVSTH, .... MUXHOTA. free bus to anil from the ears. Give us a call. MANSFIELD HOUSE, (Formerly Central.) AUSTIN. MlXX., Col. J. H. MANSFIELD, Vroprietor. Clean beds. square meals, no bronn snjjar, and no (lend beats wanted. 7tf...

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. — 9 May 1872

nilLIMlKN'S COKXEIt. ITI* WltH the Hrct-zr. *T DALE. J'[' «till Ilia brcrco, the birds and lliobcro,'' I "'•iird 11 boy Hiug in the morn ,18 l'(H' Itt'l't tilno with (he merry rliym»\ As ho t'licorfully hoed his enrn. HOWN wont tli" woods and the noxious 1 HOCIIK. Ami up went the omorald corn, »Hh delight at the gladsome eight, work ol' tho turfy morn. Thou Iho licurt of tho boy was filled with Joy, As clown eavuo the rays of the sun, Ami tolit Iiini ti- go and put up hi* hoe— They'll finish tho work he'd begun. Tho broiul croon leaves turned to golden ahravt'*, \n.| tli in lioUt of beautiful corn, V:is gnilien-il unit sold tlim. turned into gold,— •I'lio work of the early morn. TUon ti|i with the breeae, the birds and the WOK, If vim wish to grow wealthy and wise Ainl merrily «ing, like birds in the spring, Whilo your work as merrily flies. 'I ho iMiur slwpy head, who lingers in bed, Will have more sorrows than joys: Ami when tm gr^ws old, will lie hungry and e«»UI, s.i lioop wiilo...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 May 1872

THE HEWS. At llomr. IK a QRQ^I At OJI „A!J™ sftraat bagnio. New York, on Wednstdiyi rak Smith shot Bttu own. |Tn impeachm** teW \0&&i*inar Jtesd, jMk, .... fa Mow York dty #itDslph^ bhio, on Fr bsflthlngH, principaUy.bosi l#MO,«»^ IY\ & ^4iukitr4^)K.i! ,wfap«H mn„« ii .ji 'Mrintof tnNow fork for swindling the Fraakliu Bavings Bank out of #3,400 by forged checks, Taints was Slargo turnout of colored Odd J^DlMnm («i Hsnday.'to attsnd tlie {uiioral ot~» .dtceosed.brother at Alexandria^ Virginia. Tim Meridian St toot National Bank in Iu dianapolis. was mysteriously robbed on Sat­ urday, during bank houra, of about $25,000. Tuts Naw York Bar Association baa suffi­ cient evidence to warrant the removal of Judge Curtis, of the Marine Court. JOIIN McNKLMS' distillery, near Morris, Illi­ nois, was burned on Monday night, with 500 barrels of highwinea. The loss is heavy. ANDREW WATSON, one of the most popular and effieient railroad man in the state lias been appointed general Btim...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 May 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. lAIVOODi Editor aad Prosrieter. -AUSTw. icnra- T1IURSDAT MORNING, MAY If, 1873. IAMIRCM, For Slate Auditor. O. V. WIIITCOMll, Olmsted Count For Clerk of the Supreme Court. SHERWOOD HOUGH, fiaimey County. The tnoTeuiciit which recently culmi­ nated, at Cucinnuti, in the nouiinatiou of Horace Greeley, the Presidency, is iM to be for the liberation of the people froui the thraldom of party, the purification of the povernmcnt and the promotion of a great civil reform. Were t'io condition of the country under the present administration, such as to require' flfort for the purpose above indicated, or for any other of equal im­ portance, no good citizen would with id himself from any feasible move* Iffnl fur the I'nnstunuiatioii of the desir flia'iirc but when, in the midst of pearc and prosperity, unexampled of nlVn-ial fidelity, neve* before witnessed, and uf a governmental career, ill many rr.-tpecLs, the most brilliant of any in aneieut or iu modern times—a few men ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 May 1872

BCSIMEK8 CARDS. N. WHEAT, M. P., Homcepathic Physician and Surgeon, OlicD and llcaidtf') Corner of St. Paul and Mitt Street*, 'Y\ AIIMIIII, MinncMoln. S. GOWDY, M. D, Physician and Surgeon. Office lit the Davidson House, Austin, Minnesota. rKl'I'.KCSCtS. Prof. !•:. W. .Iriib, 1. D., Detroit, Mich. p. cory, D.. Wnukegan, III. C. W. Hoitl. M. !'., Wn ukpgnn, L. L. Bcnuet, M. D.. OWU'OIIUH, Miun. 52YL CI F. TI10RNU1LL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office corner Maiu and Winona Streets, AtSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. R. A. BARNES, M. D.f Physician A Surgeon* County Physician, GEO. Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence, Mill St. 15. II. T. TURNER, lio.ui orvTHie 1) PHYSICIAN AND M: K1 EON. ill attend to calls at all hour*. '1.YI.K. MINN. 15. II. A. COZA1), VETERINARY SURGEON, P.HOVSSDAI.E, MISS. to v" «li« United Slates Army. TCI I INS 110USK, 11 H. HXJTCHIN8, Proprietor, Corner Jay and Bridge Streets, A ii Free bus to and from the ears. Give as a call. MANSFIELD HOUSE, (Formerly Ce...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 May 1872

IIIMIKKN'S COKNER. »(iiy-PloworN Visitor*. BT MAHT A. P. HUMPHREY. AH tlio valley Was lvowu aud luro, Tin- elms and mnple» had liothiug to wear, Wtu'ii fiweo.t HUlo May-flower came to town, I lu bonnet pink and her Mtiu gown. Umlnr a pint) tier tout •van spread. With a euriN't of lruvcs for her dainty tread And there, as the South wind briny report, The (liy Uttlu benit bold her court. The flr«t that came was a eephyr Ray, Who snatched a kbu ere ho went his way She lilushud and frowned, but he laughed in glee, Ami Hew to kowt of his robbery. Then followed a bluebird troubodour. Hi* melting strains in her ear to pour. And IK fragrant breath, as he struck his lyre. Sighed to the mug of his heart's desire: A pilgrim I, from the grove* afar, Win re the orange gleams like a golden star. Where the. ila-shin» waves in sunshine *rejik I liavu left tuoin all for lo^ah sweet sake 1" 'ri mi his winter entitle, her face to see, )n dauntless ng, came a KIIK knightly bee She poured him a cup of h...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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