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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 31 October 1872

In Vaii. DT BOSK TKItRT. See how tlic.v crowd and unort bolow, And light for hunks all brown and dry While at their feet,like beads of siiow. The pearls von throw to food them lie. Tcara that the bruised mid liroaking heart Hides in its shell, j«'W Is turn They havo their value in tliv' mart, 1'hoy ghtter—when they coa»e to burn. Go, take them to the tiniiliiiK bride, Your life that lives in IVostcu tears They crown Iter dark luiir's odorous pride, The heart-boatk swinic tln-m in her ear*. Oh, fool, to flinj them to the swino, That tramp ami scrate.h rend bolow Yon pour away your life divine, Ami think to reap the gra you BOW. Know, then, that :ll your waste is vain— Vainlv thes:.' jiroeiouM ifenw aro thrown, Tlie anuftliuu' beaitts that crowd the plain Are linngry ants, ami tuiista alone Alus! what dream ol tVul despair. What lavish love, bath power divine To work an answer to your nrayer. To make you iingclg ont of swine man. Independent. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Dcnliayinv Worms In Po...

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. — 7 November 1872

THE EA»LY Tuesday •anmingttvo disguised men vi-modthc cabin at aaegrO nimeil^nwronl, on the fanu nuimly aadjql •dmrt E2*-* uoor. Si 111 whopr*w0 Corr, OiMdjCiiit Obiwg^ka oorner pf Cli term bc«i an,fcaUroeu ooveral commission Arms. xlie daim confined lo ilio upper stories, where uatcd. Nor ihu N«An11e Mid to his w. ldi*'oJ|tlHui, :njaoby,1beiiaii)o of indjr. .profrietoraof tlio br A fivo sonstafria. BBMil MBQfKtl Michigan «v» inu*, lie now Hhernian House, lamlolpli straatf, for a riK propose to open the 10th of March next, on Thorfiday nil corner of hiit in k,9ccnptod by Mu ,pf vanmui kind A VUY severe snow-storm prevailed throughout the eastern part of Maine on Sun­ day last HON.JOHN A. CUU^OLD &OD at Thursday nigNff* Ta* barn of ox-Mayor Frank Jones, of Ports* mouth,-one of the finest iu Mew Hampshire, was burned U^KU^TCniDg. Loss, 110, 000. Tuslast project suggested for the Massa­ chusetts Lefislaf^jfr||'jtj* consolidate in oue municipality Cambridge, Somcrvillo, Medford, Mai...

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. — 7 November 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HA&WOOD. Editor and Pioaristor. -AUSTIN. MINN- THURSDAY MARKING, KOV. 7, IS72. The Si«lion»l Ticket. The vuulict of the people made up six weoks :»,*«, iiul for'iiitlly announced on the 5th inst., is as n» sagacious man doubted that it would bt, in favor of GKNKUAI. GRANT. Thirty-two States by largo majorities have said, rvell done, good and faith­ ful servant," but, while the President is, in all rcspects a MAN, it is not upon liitn as an individual, that this high compliment his been bestowed As President of the United States, he has faithfully represented the honesty ot tho people, and wisely adapted their policy. His rc-clection i* due to the fact of his having been the SERVANT of the people, and uot their master. This nation admires men, but it al ways subordinates them to PRINCIPLE, and it is bccause President Graut has devoted himself wholly and successful­ ly to tho work of strengthening and purifying the Government and of mak­ ing it a grand protect...

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. — 7 November 1872

BIHINCKCi CARDS. N. WHEAT, M. D., Homoepathic Physician and Surgeon, Office and Residence, Corner of St. Paid and Mill Streets, »2yl Austin* S. GOWDY, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office over Day Bro.'s Store. Austin, llinnetota. HKFEUKSCKS. Prof E W. Jcnks, M. D., Detroit, Mich. ».ps co D., wa«keg.« IH.^ W. Bond, W. D., Waukegan, Ills.} L. L. Rennet, D. i.f Owatonna, Miun. o2yl P. THORNIIILL, M. D., s. Physician and Surgeon, Office corner Main and Winona Streets, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. jyi. W. L. 1IOLLISTER, [Corner of Main and WiuonaJJStreets, Austin* Minnesota. CARM. No R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician A Surgeon, County Physician, DK.tliat p. SQUIRES, Tate *f Bine Earth City, respectfully informs the public ho has permanently LOCATED IN AUSTIN. Office over Solner A Morgan's store. Resi­ dence, first door east ol the Public School building, where he may he found to attend promptly to all calls in the line of his profes SK'D. B. J. VANVALKENBURGH, Produce Dealer, Austin, Minnesota. ...

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. — 7 November 1872

FOH TIIE BOYS AND GIRLS. Antuwii. Tho uiiula wero hushed anil tlio night was el. ill Tho moon swung high o'er tho brow of tlio liill Aiul the lili.'iliing slavs filled tlio vault on high With tlieir gentle light like a seraph's eye Anil the vcxpers soft of (ho forest trees llail died away with the evening brcczo, When, liiil in tho shades of a grand old wood, For the fairies' coining awaiting I stood. For tho Fairy King last pight had aaid That the green of tho fteea should bo changed for red— For tho pnrplo hues anil gold with tho glow Of tlio sunset skies when (ho sun hangs low. Ho had dipped these dyes at tho sunset hours 1' ruin tlio liquid heavens,and his magic powers He had used to send through his realms so wide, And his subjects he called cro tho oventido Of another day Implied tho world to rest, And banished care from tho world's tlis tressed* Soon, with whir of wings and a gentle hum, lid the fairy throng (o their labors como. Eueh boro ou his back a tube of paint, Ami oae...

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. — 14 November 1872

I THE NEW8. At Home. II. MOCAOBIAKD'S trial in tho Thirteenth District Court of California, for the murder of newspaper reporter Noah MuUoiuloro, has commenced. Tho ploa of tho prisoner is self dofoncc. Jons SOPS, THE THE TUE FLAOS a Gorman, committed snicido at his boarding place, in Clovoland, on Thursday, by shooting himgolf in tho head. Liquor is supposed to have boon the cause. Supremo Court of Now Jersey has unanimously dccidcd that the act to submit tho question of liconso or no liccusc to tho p. oplo is constitutional. This is against the opinion of Attorney General Gilchrist, given to tho Legislature last winter. MOCOHMICK & LYKCII'S THOMAS ANSBHO, eanal stables, in Buf­ falo, were bmncd Wednesday night. Between forty and fifty horses and mnlos perished. Tho loss is abont $20,000. Society of th« Army of tho Potomac has forwarded a letter of condolence to the son of t!i lato Gen. Meade. (!EN. SnEUMAN haa issued a general order reviewing, in a fooling manner, tho lifo and...

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 November 1872

HIE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HARWOOD. Editor tad Proiriolor. -AUSTIN.!IIWN- THURSDAY 3IOKNINU.NOV.M, 1P7? lliaukNgiiiii^ l*rocl«iut»lioii. STATE OK MIX 11)0 WE .NKTr.T4. SIX111V 1) BL'AUTS! HXT. I'nitcd Slnli''", I ilu appuilit ho I'i'Djilp of has aClieted lb* land. The blessing* of a kind Providence oromn lh* year on every hand.— .)u_v, pmi«e und thankfulness should bound (rout the hearts of peop'e who aro so blessed. ('lap rout hands all ye people shout unto God with the voice of triumph.'' "Mercy and truth aro met together right­ eousness uud peace have kissed each other." tiiwn uiidor iny my hand and the great seal I'y the Governor: S. P. Jr.smsoit, Secretary of Stale. women. Acknowledging wif!i gratitude and praiso ip()ri one of thuui, erubhing his skull. the infinite IIIOSMUL:- with which Uml in his .... K0..uW lias covered ma Simo ai.a Nation,! Another ui.ui is seriously injured, but mid in coiu ili itico with the practice of our jt ja not fatally. onecsiors with the statutes of ami ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 November 1872

BlfllSEKfi AUI)S N. WHEAT, M. D., Homoepathic Physician and Surgeon. Office aud llesidvoec, Corner of St. 1'aul and Mid Street*. •2y1 AUBtlU, S. GOWDY, M. P., Physician and Surgeon. Office over Day Bro.'a Stor#. Austin, Minnesota. jiEFr.nr.xccii. rmf V. W. JpnkN M. D„ Detroit, Mich.: H. Vory. Komi, M- i»-. Waukegan, Ills. L. L. Benntt, 1. P.. Owaionna. Minn. 52yl S L». THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Oftcc corner Main nnd Winona Street*, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA JYIL W. L. HOLL1STER, [Corner of Main and WinonuJJStreets, Austin* Minnesota. No CARDI. "YL R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence. Mill St. Dlt. J. P. SQUIRES, LOCATED IN AUSTIN. Office over Solner A Morgan's *tore. HMI- dence. first door east oi tbe Public School building, where he way bo found to attend promptly to all call* in the line of hi* profes­ sion. J. VANVALKENBURGH. Produce Dealer, Austin, Minnesota MANSFIELD J. II. MERRILL, F. 0. W...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 November 1872

Tlio Great Mother.' BT CAUL SPENCER. Our tender mother, Nature I—sbo has a word for each To-day or else to-morrow she'll name you iu her speech Say not alio himles tog lightly—there are weep­ ers every dav— But RO yon to the meadows when trouble's onco away. All tfie sinning and the sonff Shall nothing seem to wrong Oh, the world is sjoud, and may the world live long I Wo know the Guillen's etory—sorrow is old as man: Is sorrow old as the world Who knows which first began Whoever tuned the claims till the chief singer eanio, Through all his echoing ages the key has been the same. For Adam in his time, And for each iu passion's prime, The joy-bells and tlio dirges rang an intor cluinc. The hearts of men are rivers that chafe in or­ dered grooves, With now a song of sighing, and now a song of lives: O Nature, mother Nature, sho hath borno us on her breast Till her own great heart is beating in flow with our unrest. Many a time the sky Hath wept its blue «yes dry Ere ever wept beneath ...

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 November 1872

E N E W S At Home. CONGRATULATORY messages were exchanged nil Friday, between the mayors of Adelaido, A istralia, and New York, upon the completion of klcgraphic communication. THE Market Insurance Company^ of Now Y«rk lias dccktcd to wind up. It claims to be able to pay all liabilities and divide 25 or 30 per cent, among the stockholders. COL.UBISTOW lias resigned the Solicitor Gen­ eralship. Ho will bo fcuocot dcd by Samuel 51. Philips of North Carolina. IVENT* ON inches of snow is reported at Ango­ la, Now York. A FIRE at Share, Pennsylvania, destroyed Hoflnes, Gibson & Co.'s new grist-mill. The lire had just been pit in the furnace for the first time. Loss $20,000. BISHOP COXK, of Buffalo, bos sailed from New York on a mission to Hayti. I. is reported that the Karragansett Steam­ ship Company demand $10 000 from the Na­ tion!'.! Government for damages to the steam­ er Providence sustained by a collision with a BCO.V uioored in Hellgate, and that il the de­ mand is refused, s...

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. — 21 November 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT Ai A. HARWOOD. Editor and Projriatcr. —AUSTIN. MINN- THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 21,1972. Thanksgiving l'roclaiuaf ton. STATC or MIHNKTDTA. ExKCCTIVU DKfAltTMMKT. Acknowledging with grutitude and praiso the infinite blessing" with which Godwin his goodness has covered "ur State and N itiin, and in coinplinnoe with tlic practice of our cncentors, wiili tho statutes of our people. and the .recommendation of the President of the ITnifr.l I dii pppoint THURSDAY, THE TWENTY-EIGHTH DAY .or NOV RMBKK, inst., as a day of public thanksgiv­ ing and prayer. 'iii« people of Minnesota have abundant reason for thankfulness. Our harvest* hate been plentiful thousand* of tho son* vl toil hate oome among in from le«a tVvored lumW, and here have made h-uurs to their owu ad­ vantage and that of theioinmnnwrcfiUh peace, witb all it* inestimable benefit*, has reigned undisturbed. within our border* important eternal improvements have boil completed, and others inaugurated essential to the ad *...

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 November 1872

Bl'HKiESS VARUS. N. WHEAT, M. Homcepathic Physician and Surjeon, Office end Rcsitlcncc, Comer of St. Paul ami Mill Street*. I2yl AlRlln, S. GOWDV. M. Physician and Surgeon. OBtt over Day Bro.'s Store. Austin, Minnesota. uriMit". *rof. E. W. Jenk*, M. D., Detroit, Mich. *.8. Cory, D., Waukcgan, 111. W. Bond, M. V., Wauk.gan, liU. II. D-, Owatonna, M""1- physician and Surgeon, Office corner Main anil Winona Streets, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. JYT. W. L. HOLLISTEU, (Corner of Main and W'moBiJSliwti, Austin* Minnesota. Kt ClRM. R. A. BARNES. M. D., Physician A Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, Ad Coroner. Office at Residence, Mill St. DR. J. P. SQUIRES, late «»f «e Earth City, respectfully informs the mblie that he hae permanently LOCATED IN AUSTIN. OfBee over Solner A Morgan's store. Resi 4,UCe. fret door east oi the Public School building, where he may he found to atteud promptly to all calls in the line of his profes- J. VANVALKENBURGH, Produce Dealer* Justin, Minnesota MANSFIE...

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. — 21 November 1872

Blue Eres. At noonday in tho crowtlod street I walked, with abnout mind and fsr— Uniioting aught, till suddenly A face flashed by me like a star. A moment seen—then ewift the throng Closed jealousy about its prize, And all tho memory.left to mo Was this—ehe had bluo eyes. A woman's eyes you say Not so. Thoy were too shy, too full of spring And in their timid depths I saw A girl-sonl'8 April blossoming. I missed tho face—but what of that? 1 saw the face's dearest part And still, though lost to me, I keep Their color in my heart. Her hand's toitcli and her voice's tone Are things that I may never know— Albeit I think the one is soft, Tho other musical and low. And shall we meet again Tho hope Flames for a moment and then dies, And only this remains to mo— I know she had blue eyes. PARI, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. liow to Pluck Poultry. That farmer whoso poultry is not trou­ bled with the gapes, that has not been troubled with the chicken cholera, knows whit it is to prepare forty or fifty ...

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. — 28 November 1872

E N E W 8 At Home. SCui .Pfiiiiujiyilim Constitutional Conwn tion is in ncssion at II»rri«l»m-g. MRs..FAtft rutnouncfed that «ho would lure in San Franciseo, Thursday cvooiiigon Wolves in tho Fold." Wlien U»o Umo for tholoctnro arrived, abofft two thousand peo­ ple congregated in front of l'latt's nail, on Montgomery strcot, and as many before her rosldonee on Kearney street. Tho crowds at both places wore boisloroos and tlirontouiiiR. UrI Fair demanded anoscort of police, bnt this being rofnsod «lio conoluded'to remain at i'ho crowd made one or two attempts to foroc their way into her houso^jtnt wore driven back and finally dispersod.' TUB Army of tho Cumberland ntanion closedat Dayton, Ohio, on Thursday. The nest reunion will be hold in PittsburgSeptem­ ber 17 and 18,1873. Gov. WABMOTH has callod an extra session of the legislature of Lo uisiana, to moot on tho 9th of December. TJIE.OIIH^ ^LIVER 1 ure, not tioh. /^ppTCfl^T^I« adjourned to m&t£t ghlfeltaftlb MWjjnt It idoflMI A...

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 November 1872

HE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HARWOOD. Editor aad Proorictor. —AUSTIN. MIOTT.— TltURSDAY MORNING, NOY. 2R. 1872. TlmnltHslvlni Proclamation. STATS: or MINNETOTA, EXKCLTIVB DKPAKTMBXT. Acknowleiiging with grntitiulo »nJ praise the inftnite ble®*ing« with which 0ul in his |oolii(M has covcrcd oar Stato aol Nation, in id in compliance with the practice of our oncrstors, with the statutes of out people, aud the rooomincndaJion of the President of the I'nitcd Stiife*. I do appoint THURSDAY, TUB TWKNTY-EIUHTU DAY OR NOY KM1IKK, iust., as a d*y of public thanksgiv­ ing ami prayer. The pcopla of Minnesota have abundant reason for thankfulness. Our harvests liaTC been plentiful thousands of tho sons toil bare coiue among us from leas fsivnred lands, and here have made homes to their own ad­ vantage and that of thoiouunouwealth peace, with all ita inestimable benefits, has reigned undisturbed within our borders important Internal improvements havo been completed, and others inaugurated essential to the...

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. — 28 November 1872

#1 •wiHEna CABD». N. WHEAT, M. D., Hofeopathio Physician and Surgeon, Oflee sad Residence, Cbm«r of St. Paid and Mill Streeto, Ujl AMtln. 8. GOWDY, M. D, Physician and Surgeon. OBH over Day W«. I. BIO.'I P. THORNHILL, M. D., s. Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Bid* of Pablio Equin, AUSTIN, 4vl MINNESOTA. iVL. W. L. HOLLISIKU I? |Coraev of Main and WinonsJJStreets, Austin* Minnesota. Xo CiRM. R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician A R. «»AlllAI.II. CRANDALL GEO. )TTTF 8tore. Anitin, Minnesota. ntrcassccs. ~.nf Jenfcr, M. D., Detroit, Mich. CorJ, A D, Waukegaa,15llt. c. w. Bead, M. D.i Vukfgiii III*. In Bennet, OwttoiM, Miun. My 1 Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence, Mill St. J- p. SQUIRES, late of ?B2ue Earjjh City. ^pectfu}ly iaronaa. the LOCATED IN AUSTIN. Office over Solner A Morgan's store. Rcsi 4kB«*. firrt door east ol the PubUe School building, where he may bo, found to attend promptly to all calls in the line of hi* profes­ sion. J. VANVAL...

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 November 1872

FOB TUE HOYS AND UlltLH, littles to a Modern Doll. BY B. 8. PALFREY* O Little Inily »o complete 1 AH I behold to-uiglit Thy rosy lips with emtio so sweet, Thy littlo dainty ulipoorctl l'eet,* Thy hair so golden bright, Back from the dayB far distant uow My memory recalls Tftfc happy lionra I used to knot* WUien I—'twas years and yeara »RO— Waa young, and played with dolls. An attic chamber low and broad, -jUtmf sloping to the iloor, Bate be .ms and ratters overhead, Au apiilp-ttvc that greenly spread The window small before. In soft spring days, when to and fro Tho busy birds would pass, When the wliito blossoms fell like snow, And when tho ripened fruit below Dropped on tlie lading grass,— 'Tufas there we happy children played Together merrily Onr treasured baby-house wo made, Witb onr own hands onr dolls arrayed, A muntrons family. Not like thee, roay-choekod and fair, With eyes io sleep to close, Bnt wooden-featured, bald, aud bare And one, a dreadful blank was there Where onco h...

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. — 5 December 1872

THE NEWS. .. Titc&otfUm Coliseum which used up 8,000, f'lot of lumber! Mid Cost $250,000, *M Laua^Qni' 8&turd ay, for #10,000 to 1 Cashing ofWinterport,Mo., on three months eredit. ihe groat drum,' which 'cost $8, brought $32.50. the fall of a scaffold gold Theo|iIni »,(KM\ of It appears from thto report of the Board Health, tlia't,the number of fiinall-pox ea fromJanuary to November in Washington was 5ia, an.Ulie wiuihor of deaths wa« 111. caeca AT Chic* ?.), N:I Wednesday, the jury in the gvoat Soutii Park laud ease of tho Sooth Park Commissioners against Mrs. Aimrida 8. Cook, brought in their verdict,awarding the defend­ ant $148,il6.C0, as tho value of her land on 20tli of April, 1870, with six per cent, inter o.st on that amount to the present time, amounting $23,153, making a total of $171,868. (!(!. Tho jurj' also declared that out of the abv« uu there nhonld-be paid sundry per* sons holding claim a against the propclcU the totd Mini $t^^7r,»avlnitk fcakSjc of SM.VLL-...

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. — 5 December 1872

THE NEWS TtfG-IUiStcm Coliseum, which iwod up 3,000, wi foot of himbor, and «o»t $250,000, was#old aULUctton,Saturday, for 10,600 to Tlieopilus I'aaliing of Winterport,.llo., on three months credit, the groat druini which 'cost $8,000, brought $32.50. tv appears from this report of the Board of Health, tbat .tho number of 8tnall-pox cases from'Jamary to November in Washington was .512, iiii.l the tiumJwT of AT ilo »tlis was 111. Chic* ?.), on Wednesday, the jury in the gveat South Park land case of tho South Park Couiiniasionerd against Mrs. Aminda 8. Cook, brought in their verdict, awarding the defend­ ant #148,116.C6, as fho value of her land on ut 20tli of April, 1870, with sit {Mr cent, inter est on that amount to the present time, amounting $23,153, making a total of 1171,568. tid. Tho jury also declared that out of the ab»o earn there rtiouhtbe paid sundry pep. sons holding claimaj^jainst tho propettv tho totdttni laM|eol $ 1 & 3 SHALL-POX bioKo out on the l»ark Gohimbia o...

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. — 5 December 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HARW80D. Editor and Proprietor. -AUSTIN. MINN- THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 5,1878. PrMl4«Ri'i Sfensmgc. We havo no time now to synorticate this document. It is straisrht-lorward, manly,and statesmanlike firm, patriot­ ic, and wise, and commends itfcli to the judumcut and good conscionee of all citizens. We shall be able hereafter to present some of its more important fea­ tures. THE last session of the 42d Congress began on Monday. Tho President message, together with the report* of the heads of Departments, was received in tho Senate. Several bills were introduced, and a resolution upon the death of Horace Greeley was consider­ ed. In tho House, several new members were sworn in Mr. Hanks tendered resignation of the Chairmanship of ths Committee of Foreign Affairs, but it was not accepted. Speaker Blaiue tailed Mr. Cox, of New York, to the Chair, sad offered a resolutioo demand­ ing an investigation of the Oakes Ames Credit Mobilier charges. Mr. Cox then eulogised t...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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