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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 27 June 1872

THE N6W8. At llomr. A CONFLAGRATION at Muncie, Indiana, Mon­ day nigl'.i, destroyed properly valued at $10, 000. THE small pox has broken ont in Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa. Many students are leaving for home. MYXOX Sung, A wealthy farmer residing near Antwerp, O., hung himself on Monday with a log cliain in hit* barn. Tho supposed cause is temporary insanity. KB An explosion ocenrrod in Warren a oil works, Txng Island city, Tuesday morniiiK. Michnel llanahan was blown a distance of forty feet, and fatally injured. Fragments of tho build­ ing were blown a great distance. The building instantly took fire and was consumed. UKVEBtho new revenue law all dealers in tobaoco are required to pay a special tax of IS, whether their sales exceed 1100 or not, bat the tax a* Uie Ralee lia» been repealed. IT is understood that tlio Secretary of the Navy will tioon issue an order for_ tho 'ttatri liution^tf'^e 1160,000 prize liioueyToted 4t COOKI-CH*to.thocruvr of tho Uniied States .steamer Ke...

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. — 27 June 1872

'f if 1 THE NEWS* At Hom«. A coarLAOBATioN at Mnnoio, Indiana, Mon day night, destroyed property valued at #10, 000. TBE«DM11 pox baa brokon out in Dickinwni College, Carlisle, Pa. Many students aro leaving for home. ./ Mxaox Batis, a wealthy farmer rraiding neat iVtitwerp, O., hung himself on Monday wftkalo&cbain inhlabfrn. The supposed caw* liiteinporary inmrflqr. Mi (Jtaff explosion occurred in Warren & oil worfcfl) Igag Ialaad city, Tuesday aliorimiK. Michael QMUtkanwaa blown a diatanoo of forty feet, and fatally injured. Fracmonta di tto build in# were blown a great distanco.. The building inatantfy toolcflre and waa concsmcd. Umwcathtt new revenue law all dcalereln tobaM *ra required*) pay a special tat ot |Sk t*X«tfUNTUl«S hMbiR«MpMW^, .... Navy wiMjiQoii issue an order tat ion MTIi ie $160,000 prize '"I C1^ates'^t^mer'^arsagel'w^*undcT the oyimiiuiuLiJ ..»i. *u~ A TEHBIULE storm FF rain, aadjuil, accom­ panied by thunder aM lightk'nK.iiMKd over tlio ceiling, floor, e...

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. — 27 June 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HAKWOOD. Editor Ud Projrietor. —AtJSTIN, MINN.- THURSDAY MOUSING, JUNK 27,1872. Republican Nominee*, FOR PRESIDENT, TJ. 8. Grant, Of llliuoi.s. VUR VICE-PR KSIDKNT, Henry Wilson, Of Massachusetts. For Stale Auditor. O. P. WHITCOMB, Olmsted County. l\*r Clerk o( the Supreme Court. SHERWOOD HOUGH, Ramsey County. Republican Judicial Convention, Tenth District. The Republicans, of the Tenth Judicial "Dis­ trict, Suit of MiiMwt*, will meat in dele yittu convention, en Friday, the fif day of July, A. D. 1872, at two o'clock, P. M., of Mid day, Ht the village of Spring Valley, Fillmore oouuty, to nominate a candidate far Judge of paid District, and for the transaction of other business prop»rly to eome hifore said eonven tion. Countioa are entitled to the lave repressu tatinn they bad in the late State Convention, vii: Houston 7 Mower Fillmore II Freeborn................ By order of Committee, S. BATCH ELDER, ANDREW KNOX, W. A. 1I0TCHKI8S. O.O. WALL. Dated Mav JS, IS72...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 27 June 1872

BUSINESS CARDS. J. N. WHEAT, M. D, Homoepathio Physician and Surgeon, Office and Residence, Corner of St. Paul ami Mill Streets, 62yl Aaillu, MinumU. S. OOWDY, M. P., A. Physician and Surgeon. Qflce at the Davidson House, Austin, KinMiote. BECBnKKCKS. Prof. E. W. Jenks, M. D., Detroit, Mich. S. Oory, D., Waukegan, III. C. W. llond, M. D., Waukegno, Ills. L. L. Bonnet, ,M.©.,,Owatonna, Minn. Myl 1» THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office corner Main and Winona Streets, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. jyL W. L. HOLLISTER, Comer of Main and WinonaJStreets, Austin* Minnesota. No CARDS. R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician A Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence, Mill St. DR. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue Earth CMjr, respectfully Informs the public that he has permanently LOCATED IN AU3TIN. Office orcr Solner Morgan's store. Resi­ dence, first door east of the Publio School building, where he may be found to attend promptly to all calls in the line of his pr...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 27 June 1872

CHILDREN'S CORNER. Home Wiin't Built in tJDsy. Tw« °ar w,1° ,l0°"* B,rok®"» "tops Will uoycr a great man be TiMhoiiRKrogHtoof ninglo drops lhat mukcH llio §ca the BOS. The mountain was not at its birth A mountain, eo to speak The little atoms of sand and earth Have made its peak a peak. Not all at ono« tho morning strewn* The KDU]above the gray 'Tia a thousand little yellow gleams That make the day the day. Not front tho snow-drift May awakes In imrploM, nds anil green* Spring's whole bright rctiuuo it takes To mako her a queen of queens. UJJOII the orchard rain must fall, Aud nwk from root to root And blossoms bloom and fade withal, Beforo tho fruit is fruit. Tlio farmer must needs ROW aud till, And wait the wboatcn brt'atf Tlion cradle, |M amigo to mill, Ut-fore the bread is bread. Swift hools may get the early sheut, Hut, spite of all tho din, ItH the patient holding out That makes the winner win. Mako this your motto, then, at start, Twill help to smooth the way, And steady up b...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 July 1872

THE NEW8. At Home. ,B^E HAM,—At Chicago, AtlilcticsC, Hav injurs 2. THE striking cabinet makers liavo come to grief in Philadelphia. The strikers arc glail to accept any terms. Tn^wiivriftfty of New York hns conferred tlioiWgreo of fluster of Arts on Whit claw Keitl, •ftfie Trilmne. IT lias bt'in fouhd that the Arc in Lil»erty itrcut, Jiow York, was caused the ignition M'|or of nitrous ctlier from a gas jet. I lit. O. A. HTUUGKM, of Michigan, Principal i'.Nainiiior of Navigation ami Fire Arms in the ^'ntciit Office, died on Monday. S r. JOHN'S DAY WH celebrated by the Ma |onif fraternity of i/iuisville, on Monday, by rwLfeftival for the benefit of thoMasonio ldWijnudDrplians' Home. It is said to |lu- grandest affair of the kiiul ever held .Miisvillc. More than id,000 poojilo.at riu-ie.jrtis a grand illumination of Omtr&i alula 1 elieck a»liod Cincinnati bunking tise'jNn {titlm-day. ftiE rounecticut House of ttepresentatives Tuesday :epe:t!ed the tfsnrflsw, of two fin I iviFyfrfo...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 July 1872

THE NEWS. At Home. Bjp: iuit,—At NUIRORTS2. TIIF. iu'i Sikthen GKN. Chicago, Athletics G, Ilav- Htvikii)F» enliinet niters liav conic to sr.of in Pliilmlolpliia. The striUeia arc fjlml to invent any tonus. 't up Pnivrrsitv of Now York lins conferred the jM^reeof Master of Arts 011 W'hitrliiw lleiil. Tribune. IT lias l) found that the fire in Liberty strict, New Ytul was caused I the isjnitioil ill' 'poroif nitrons other from a as jrt. lit. O. A. STITUGI'.S, of Mii'hifjan. l'iimi|iil i'N.iiiiinor of Navigation and Fire Arms in the S'atent Oftiiv, died on Monday. r. JOHN'S DAY was celebrated by the Mn i'nie fraternity of ijonisviilr, on Monday, by I .'iul foftival for tlie benefit of tho Masonic 1 \vs aud Orphans' Home. It is said to flu1 Ljrandost ali'.iir of the kind over hold i| I '.nsville. More th.ln 10,tX)0 poojile attended. I was a grand illumination of Ccntrf. J'arii aud a li.-fpiay of fireworks in tho evening, jjuih sp ehos, soujia, music, etc. Thoprofilg il"- ti -t'Vftl will...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 July 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. IIMQOD. Editor aid Prearistor, -auskh, unm.- TIIURSDAY MOKMNQ, JULY 4, 1872. KcirabllMR Mftmlneen* FOR PRESIDENT, TJ. S. G-rant, Of Illinois. FOU VICE-PRESIDENT, Henry Wilson, Of MauschuNetli For Stnte Auditor. O. P. W1IITCOMB, Olmsted County. For Clerk «f the Supreme Court. SHERWOOD HOUGII, Ramsey County. Republican Judicial Convention. Tenth Distriet, The Republicans of the Tenth Judicial Di» triet, Stat* of Miuncsota, will meet in dele Jate convention, on Friday, the fifth Jay of illy, A. D. 1872, at two o'clock, r. a., of said day, at the village of Spring Valley, Fillmore oounty, to nominate a candidate for Judge of •aid District, and for the transaction of other busines* prop*rly to coine fore said conven­ tion. Counties are entitled to the »me represen tation they had in the late State CenTention, fh: Houston 7 Mower. Fillmore II Freeborn.. By order of Committee, ». HATCH ELDER, ANDREW KNOX, W. A. UOTCHKISS. 0. Q. WALL. Data! May M, ltt*. Bepnbliean "Dist...

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

BUS! NEKS CARM. N. WHEAT, M. D., HMMipathic Phyiician and Surgeon. Ofltac and Residence, Comer of St. Paid and Mitt Streett, Mjl Autta, HlncMla- 8. GOWDY, M. D-, A. Physician and Surgeon. Jjt&ou over D»j Bro.'s 8torc. Austin, MIBMIOU.' BBrBMNCH. Prof. I W. Jenks, Si. D., Detroit, Mich. H. «. Cory, D., Waukegaa, III. 5 C. W. Boid, M. D., Vink«|u, III*. L. L. Beanst, M. D., Omioni, Minn. SSyl P. THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Oln eoracr Main aad Winona Streets, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. JJR. W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Main and VlnonaJStmlt, Austin* Minnesota. No CAMS. R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence, Mill St. DR. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue Karth City, respectfully inform* the publie that ho haa permanently LOCATED IN AU3TIN. Htoo ever 8olner A Morgan's store. H«|l- dene*, first door east ol the Publie School baildinf, where he may be found to attend promptly to all calls in the line of his pr...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 July 1872

CHILDREN'S CORNER. Oebmctrjr. Tli. Airil tiny was fa.liuR fast, 5ro,.lg5* ctty "tfeet there paned f'^'HlIrl, elasplagin ker arm A book inscribed with wVHt io .ehami, Geometry! K- Hercyo \va« dim with tear unshed. V!7iC!uf Via P*1"',ow h,,n, hcr head, And doleful irom her lipe it rung, A word o( sad aud dismal tougue, Geometry! In happy homes with children bright, SUe saw no books to disturb their sight: Iteion, her eyes »ra|w7,U'IiiH shone, Wiine from her lips esea|ed the moan, Geometry! Tho teaelier iwtwed hor on tho way, And Rlunced around a word to say, study the Hun," she sharply cried. lint low that solemn voice roplied. Geometry! O, stay at home,? the mother said, And rest thy weary, aching head A lear stood iu lier languid eye, I'-ui .still she answered with a sigh, Ueoinetry! lien iiro the history's ondlesa round, He ware llionctira' Jarring sound Tliix was the sister's last good-by, Far down tue stairs she heard the cry, 'Jeometry Thov found hcr strctched "mid book-leaves t...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 July 1872

THE NEWS. Sat DOMIMOK LT. The At Home. .. FIT* basinets houses and saloons, and ronr Urm, were bnrncd at Taylorrille, Ind., on Friday. Lorn 112,000—insurance 14,500- THZ wheat harvest in Southern Ohio IA al­ ready fairly under way. Although thinner on the ground than nana), the heads are heavy and well filled. Tki Mstsmorss and Wheeling packot Hopo collapsed a flue near Now Martinsville, Went Virginia, on Tuesday, scalding one man fatally «nd three or four others seriously. COL. BOTD, Mayor of Baxter Springs, Kansas hot and lulled C. M. Taylor, U. 8. Marshal, at that place on Monday. Col. Boyd was being arrested at the time on a civil warrant. iKTlsai heat prevailed on Monday, from the Atlantic to the Mississippi. The thermometer indicat'd 96 deg ees in the shade at New York, where many cases of sunstroke occurred. Tu small-pox is spreading rapidly in Eas Washington. The Board Health haa caused several localities to be closed in, and there is eat excitement in regard to the subject ...

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. — 11 July 1872

THE TRAJN'SCKlFf A. A. HASWOOD. Editor and Proirietor. -AUSTIN. MINN.- THURSDAY MOHSIXfl, JULY 11, 1872. Republican Soraiueod, FOlt PllKSIDKNT, XT. S. Grant, Of Illinois. Full VICK-PKKSIDKXT, Henry Wilson, Of MasstichuscUs. Presidential Electors. At I.anjt—W. K. MARSHALL, of Ramsey. —CIIAS. K1TTLES0N, of Freeborn. I*f Ditrict-~V\l A 1KS A. C015,of Houston. •id lUitriet—M.S. CHANDLER, of Goodhue. 3c/ rn I--Til KOftO UK SASDElt.of Ramsey For State Auditor. O. P. WMTCOMH, Olmsted Count}-. For CJerk of the Supreme Court. SIIEUWOOD HOUGH, Hauiscy County. Fw Member of Congress for First Distriot. MARK H. BUNNELL, Of Steele. For Judge of 10th Judicial DUtriet, SHERMAN PAGE, Of Mower. THE Judicial District Convention, held at Spring Valley, on the 5th inst., nominated Hon. Sherman Page, of this Tillage, for Judge of the 10th Judi­ cial DUtriet. Only one other nauie was presented—that of Hon. N. P. Uolburn, of Fillmore county. Mr. Page had a very decidcd uiajority oo the first ballot, and hi...

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. — 11 July 1872

r^m BUSINESS CARDS. ». WHEAT, M. J. Homopathie Physician and Burgeon. OSo* ud Bcidcn«v Comer of St.' Patd and Mitt Street», 52jl Aulla. S. GOWDY, M. D., Physician and Suf-geon. Offloo or«r Day Bro.'« 8ton. Amtin, MinneioU. MHRUCM. 1*rof. E. W. Jukr, X. D., Detroit, Mich. B. 8. Caw, D., Wiakipii, III. C. W. Bond, If. v., WaaktgM, III*. L. L. Bennet, U.D., (HntoBM, Minn. 52y I P. THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Offle* corner Mill ud Winona Street*, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. ,11. W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Maia aa4 WlnoaaJStreeta, Austin* Minnesota. NoCirn '71 R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician A Surgeon, County Physician, DR. Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence. Mill St. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue Earth Citjr, respectfully inform* tho public that he hu permanently LOCATED IN AU3TIN. OSioe orer Sa!a«r Morgan*! store. Resi­ dence, flrat door cut «t the Public School building, when he may be found to attend promptly to all ealla In the line of hi* profes- J. VANVALKENBUR...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 July 1872

The Boy and the Butterfly. A PICTURE. Dear child thou canst not c«tcli the butterfly. I, who am ohl and wise, can tell tlte so Yet ia thin* arctrnt inspiration high Above all things men know. No insect that—the painter by his art 8howa how the vanishing wings to sunbeams turn One stalwart struggle more! It is our part Our flrea immortal burn. Catch at the sunshine! Thou didst hear the winga Of happiness within thy very grasp Seeing thee. I'll follow, while all nature rings, Till life's last dying gasp. Faithful I follow, knowing death is near For thou dovt follow liciht, :ind light is true. And toward the light press ever those moat doar, And youth and love renew. FARM, (MKIIEK AMI HOUSEHOLD. The Farnii COVERING the floor of henhouse and yard with six inches or so with tan bark will effectually keep all hen lice or other insects from the premises. A CORRESPONDENT of the Country Gentleman says that even where ltiud was too poor to grow clover to amouut to anything, plowing under two ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 18 July 1872

THE NEWS. At Home. THE Winnepisseogee paper mill, at Fran tin, N. btrrncd on Sunday afternoon. Loss »,000. Ax Syrncuae, {Jvi., onSnndny, tin* looking glass factory of SauftrdA Beau was burned LOBS #75gDOOt, ANDRRV H, Cult, convicted of rape, was hanged at Newcaatle, Delaware, on Frdny. Ho expressed a wilbngntaa to die, but declared fail itinooenco. THK wall at T. Sims' brewery, comer ol Fifteenth and Dnminioal atrcets, fell ou Fri­ day afternoon, crashing Sims to death. CoRsfNftuu* ,taoitemont was caused in Windsor, Baturday morning, by tho finding in the woods ofthe dead body of C. Cornwall, a carting reeideut-et the town of Colchester. n. A. I •inmoirtv.c. 8. Jinrphy and two othore wcn.|mitf«i at Iittlo Ibtck, Ark., Fritlay, for pasawgiintnterfeU Treaaury certi­ ficates. About f8ft,000 worth were found on their ycrs ms. E. In 8w—sew,»roenibesf the Diuohlyw bar, bas commenced suit, claiming $30,000 damages frtfo tltt Brooklyn Onion for an al­ leged liba^!4i«|Qdin JauQaty. The baske...

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

THETRAKSCRIPT liRWOC^'Aitor tad Proprietor. TftbftSrt'.VY MORNING, JULY US 1872. ft publican Nomlnc«n, FOll l'llKSIDKNT, TJ. S. G-rant, Ot Illinois". FOll ICE-Pll KSIDKNT, Henry Wilson, Of Massachusetts. Presidential Eleoton. At /.urge—W. R. MARSHALL, of ltainscy. —CllAS. KITTLESON, of Kncborn. Dietrict—CHARLES A. COE.of lluurlun. W lUitriet—U. 8. CHANDLER, of Goodhue. .1./ Oittrii f-Tll EODOltfi SA NDER,of Ksiiuej For State Auditor. O. 1\ WIIITCOMB, Olmsted Count j. For OWrV of the Supreme Court. £11 Ell WOO 1 HOUGH, llamsejr County. Per Umlnr of Congress for First District. MARK U. BUNNELL, Of Steele. Tor Judge of 10th Judicial Distriet, SHERMAN PAUE, Of Mower. Tl»« Baltimore Convention. In this gathering there were at least nine-tenths of all the Inte rebel generals, who survived the ruin with which they aonght to desolate the country. They more enthusiastically than any others urged the endorsement of Greeley.— These represent that large elasa of men —now citizens—who yet cling ...

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

BISIMES8 DR.Earth B. CARDS. N. WHEAT, M. D., Hom«pathie Physician and Surgeon, 0 flies and RMHWWI Vomer vf St. Paul and Mill Streets, Myl Anatln. HMtMla. JL 8. GOWDY, M. », Physician and Surgeon. Ofi«e oftr Day Bro.'s Store. Austin. Minnesota. umzxco. |»rof. E. W. Jcnkf, M. D., Detroit, Mich. 8. Cory, D., Waukegan, III. C. W. Bond. M. Waukegan, III*. L. L. Hernial, M. D., Owatonna, Miun. 52yl P. THORN HILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Otto* corner Main and Winona Streets, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. JJB. W. L. UOLLISTEK, Comer of Main and WinonaJStrcets, Austin* Minnesota. No CARDS. R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician & Surgeon* County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence, Mill St. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Bine City, respectfully informs the public that he haa permanently LOCATED IN AU3TIN. Office over Solner A Morgan's store. deree, Srst door east ot the Public School building, where he may be found to attend promptly to all calls in the line of his profes- J. VAN...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 18 July 1872

CHILDREN'S CORNER. COW-I*IIIIM. A great, gwen HUG Cf watcr-reeda W* M» flower la ehowtag Cloeeb* that lnft of OAT-UOS TLII look O, tha I ,*!? nlinot tbior, IBOLBTRE'I a yellow cow-LIUY, I wish that TT were mine! more a memory than a wish, .FOR, whea that flower I ace, My happy childhood, like a bird, Comca flying back to me. Vor then, though 1, the rammer long, Had wood and field to play in, A marahy meadow waa the place It pleaecd me moat to atray Armind in the poola we need to flit, Thedragon-fltc* ami I, Where, moored like golden boats, I Their aaw The yellow lilliea lie. Toe cboieeat treasures of the year Tney seemed to me, but O, Jint where I could not mush, those flowera Were alwaya aure to grow. The pnrple clover, where all day The beca were hnnoy sucking, The brier-roeee offered me Mneaoma for the plucking The foadaide elder Bought my hand, Iu ailver mantle clad I left them all untouched they were Too eaay to be had! But, lily* golden glow Upon the pool's green breast I The ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 25 July 1872

THE NEWS. •. .»• At Hants. GEO.W. INOALLS is ppolnted igcnt for the Pinto Indians in south oast Nebraska. ON Sunday, two men were drowned in tho Mississippi, noar Moliue, 111., while bathing. TIIF. clothes wringer manufactory of Gam-tt & Co., near Sh«lby, Ohio, was bnrued on Fri­ day last. Lou $15,000. THE Albion paper mill, at Holyolto, Mass., caught Arc Friday afternoon, from friction in the rag machines, ami all s»va the first story was coiieiinicil.' Loss, $€0,000 fully ininrfld. A COAL miner near Peoria named Harry Hsr* ris, Hht anil fatally wounded his wife while in A drunken frenzv, ocalise she forbade a sa­ loon kopjwr selling him more liquor. THE stage between Dallas and Canon City, Orego.i, wis robbed by lhfflo highwaymen 011 Wednesd.iy. Twelve to fifteoil thousand dol lars was taken from the mails. HON. ALKX. HANDAIX, ex-Governor of consiu, and Postmaster General under An druw Johnson,is lying critically ill at his resi "dcrtco In Ehnira, N.Y. A 0 Kim AN tailor, resid...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 25 July 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT A.A. HABWOOP.EdlMrUd —XUStlNTMINN- IMUittMVAY MORMXU, JULY 25, 1S72. lleputollcnn NmuinorH. FOll PKK8IDKNT, XJ. S. Grant, Of Illinois!. FOR VICE-PRKSIDKXT, Henry Wilson, Of Massachusetts. Presidential Eleotora. At Large—W. l.r MAKK U. liUNNBLL, Of Steel*. For Judge of 10th Judicial District, SUERMAN PAGE, Of Mower. ••What 1 Know About Demo­ crats." If the Democratic party were called upon to decide between Grant and uiy fcelf, I know that their regard for what «e call principle would induce uiue lentha of th«m to vote against mc.— SVhy I am a decided enemy of that party, even in its most reapoctable as­ pects—littrace Greeley, speech in Trumbull county, Ohio. Democrat* are not all horse thieves, hut all horse thieves are Democrats.— //. Greeley. Point wherever you please to an elec­ tion district which you will pronouncc morally rotten—piven up in great part to debauchery and vice—and that dis­ trict will be found nearly or quite eve­ ry election giving a large majori...

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