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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 December 1872

BC»WEK8 tABDW. X. WHEAT, 17 Homapathic Phyelcian and Surgeon, Office and Residence, Corner of St. 2\ml and Mill Streets. 52l Austin* Minnesota. A S. GOWNT. P. Physician and Surgeon. Cffioc over Day Bro.'s Store. AnstiBi Minnesota. HKFEI1F.XCM. Prof. E. W. Jenkf, M. D., Detroit, Mich. a Corv, P., Wankegan, 111. C. M. if Waukegen, Ills.j L. L. Bcanet, M. 1-. Owutonna, Minn. 52y I P. THORN HILL, M. D., s. Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Side of Public Square, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. Jjll. W. L. HOLL1STER, fCorner of Main and WinonaJStreets, Austin* No Canni. Physician A Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence. Mill St. 11. J. p. SQUIRES, late of B1«A Earth City, respectfully. inform# the pablletbat be ha^penajujently LOCATED IN'AUSTIN. Office over Solner Morgan's store. IUM to auit. GEO. ITHE Ke8i" 4ence, first door east ot tbe Public School building, where he may be found to attend promptly to all call# in the line of Ms profes •inn. J. VANVALK...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 December 1872

CHILDllE\'S-tORSEK. Rubbing ths Firc*Tongia child's round faco in tho tongs Slio is robbing ilio brasses bright,. "iiUc uicir.v oltl-fitsliinncrl nursery-songs She croons with a child's delight. 81io sees in the glittering sphero Hcf broadened b:iliyfrico Smiling hack on itselNrith a woodless chocr, Antl tilling the globo-Uko space. LittMhfrieud, by mynataie onco known,"' I any-ublmig tho t^ngs to-day But tfimlaco that I gazo ou you #Onld not '-•Jwn, It hi&ost your child*look gay. O, your world was goEfoti and glad four happy heart was onouirii, Though* that, and tho tun»hi»e wcro all you And earth undei foot was rough. But onoHliiu? I learned from you I h«v6,»ol forgot too quite No iiltapfcntor work C4«u mortal do Than to keep oue small world bright. And, Unnkiiig about jou, dear, TliC'We in the tonjfs.hus smiled. In a 'dreum I went Lack to your shiniim sphere, Andplayed with mysoli, a child. Lucy Larcom. (I«r llntlow ETC. •'., BY LOU. For moro than two weeks we (Anno, Ethioj a...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 December 1872

THE NEWS. At Hmt. IT ia reported tint on Tuesday night, at Williamstown, in Grant eonnty, Ky., General Leslie Coombs was shot through the heart and killed by a desperado named George Mprrell, but not before ho got a pistol ball in his own thigh. The report says that Morrell fired upon one Alexander Miller, at Willfanistown, the night previous. Tilt bankruptcy of fllenwood Coal Company in the Lncknwana region is announced, with liabilities of Jf400,000. Jay Guld is said to have a largo amount of stock in it, and the Erie Railway Company hold about 1350,000 of its bonds. Tan Reformed Churcli National Synod has suspended from the Ministry and from the Church, the Rev. Henry Knppper, of Illinois, oil (lie ground that lie married «ftor obtaining a divoroo, which, though legal, was not permit­ ted on scriptural grounds. NEAKMarion, Indians, on Thursday, Elijah Crevestou, a farmer, went iuto his barn to feed .bis homes, Md waaassaultedby a man natn Fd Berry Meyers, who had secreted. himsel...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 December 1872

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HARWOOD. Editor and Proprietor. —AUSTIN.I'INN.--- THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 12, 1S7^. Froacu l,iiub*. Tt is ilu« time of year at which peo­ ple arc likely (o he exposed to the cold In many instances. ilu-y will become taoro or less frozen. Several sad calam­ ities of this kiud have already occurred within our knowledge. The extremities usually suffer first The t'ect nr.d the hands ore often whol-* ly frozen, aid in such cases the suffer­ er usually loses both, it indeed ho do not lose his life. At such times very much depends upon the treatment em­ ployed, and it is highly essential that ever} body should know what to do, and how to do it, us it is seldom that a pliy siciun can be had immediately. The ordinary method of removing frost in such eases is by applying snow or ice water to the congealed pari.— This is no doubt correct, both in prac­ tice and iu theory. Of course the cir culatory system of the frozen part is completely involved. The arterial ves­ sels lio...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 December 1872

Bl'BllltlKS CARM. N. WHEA1\ M. Boouvpathio Physician and Surgeon, Offlca and Residence, turner of St. Paul and Mill Streets, Ujrt Austin, Blnaew*"- 8. GOWDY, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. OOee over Day Bro.'e Store. Auitin, s. WW. I. Minnesota. MtFERCHCES. Vrof E W. JenVs, M. P., Detroit, Mich. S S Cor" P., Waukegan, 111. C. W. Bond, M. V., Waukegan, Ills. L. L. Bennet, M. I-. Owatonna, Minn. 5Zy I P. THORNIIILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Offiee, South Sid® of Public Square, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. YyVL. W. L. HOLLISTER, (Corner of Mtiu and W inoBiJStrwti, Austin* Minnesota. No CARM. LOCATED IN ATJ3TIN. Offiee over Solner A Morgan's store. Resi •deace, first door east ot tho Publie School building, where he may ho found to attend promptly to all calls in tho line of his profes •oinn j. VANVALKENBURGH, Produce Deal©r, Austin, Minnesota. MANSFIELD HOUSE, (Formerly Central.) *rSTINt MINN., Col. J.H. MANSFIELD, Proprietor. Clean Vds, square meals, no brown sugar, and no dead beats wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 December 1872

Sierras, Adios. BV JOAQL'IN MILLED. With tbo buckler and sword into battle I moved, I was nmtchlcsu and strong I stood in the rush and the rattle Of shot, and the spirit of song Was upon me, and youthful and splendid My armor flashed far in the sun As I sang of my 1 nd. It is ended. And all has been done—and undone. I descend with my dead in the trenches. To-night 1 bend down on the plain In the dark, and memory wrenches The soul. I turn up to the rain The cold and the bcantifal faces Aye, faces forbidden tor years Turned up to my face with the tracos Of blood to the white rain of tears. Couat backward tho years on your lingers While forward rides yonder white moon, Till the soul turns aside, and it lingers By grave that was bom of a Juno— By the grave of the soul, where the grasses Are as tai%led ns witch-woven hair, And where Motprints arc not, and where passes Not any thing known anywhere. By a grave without tombstone or token, At a where not forn-leaf or fir, Boot or branch was ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 December 1872

THE NEWS. At EDWIN FOBBEST, the tragedian, fell dead at liis residence in Philadelphia, on Thursday while dressing. A LOCOMOTIVE and twenty loaded coal can* broke through abridge at 8outh Branch, on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Wednesday eveniug. A brakeman was killed. KIFMHQEB'S bub factory at Alliance, Ohio, was bnrned Monday night. Loss 110,000. IT is proposed to ercct «n iron mouumcnt to Horace Greeley in Fairmonnt Park, Phila­ delphia. IT is said that representatives of a syndicate of German bankers are ready to tnketlio wliolo four, four and a half and Ave per cent, hun­ dred millions loan for a commission of two and one-half |er cent., leaving the treasury free of all expenses. THE ship Franklin, en route from Hamburg to Sun Francisco with a large number of emi­ grants, stranded on the coast of Vlieland, Is­ land of Netherlands, North Sea, and went to pieces. Eighty persons porished. THE lighthouse on Anticosta Island, near Quebec, was completely deatroyed in the late hur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 December 1872

i." •J#- THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HARWOOD. Editor aad Proorietor. -AUSTIN. MINN.- THURSDAY MORMNU, DEC. 19,1972. 'i i-rible Fire Mil Lom of Ufc. On Wednesday momiirT, the 11th ir.at a terrible fire ociMiiveil in the .i.iundij of fhe I'iAh Aveni.cs Hotel,New York. The flaQ)03 spread with euch vapidity that all access 1'roui the ser Viat'« rooms were at once cut badly burned and scalded. The names of the unfortunate servants so far ascer­ tained are Delia Comuicll, Mary Cor day, Margaret Cannon, Mary McCabe, Linie Morgan, Margaret Campbell, Honorah Ford, Kate Cashing, and Mary Donnelly. The damage to It was the best thing to be done wben the Empire fell and Communism was slain, to set up such a Republic aa this, and it was well for France that in their extremity her leaders looked to M. Thiers to take the helm, ilia has been a fearful responsibility, and right uell has he mntained it Old, unpop­ ular, dogmatical and passionate, he has yet borne himself nobly through the storm, and if he i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 December 1872

ftVltSBM CAlfeR. N. WHEAT, M. D., Boucspatfcie Dqrdein and Snrgeon, Office nd RelldlDM, Omwr of St. Paul and Mill Streets, 62yi Anatln* S. GOWDX, M. Physician and Surgeon. Ofd cnr ®»y Bro.'s Store, Austin, Minnesota, •XriRBRCU. Prof. S.W. JcnVr, M. B. Bond, Physician and Surgeon, Ofiee, 8«lik Sid* of Public S^un, AUSTIN, JJK W. L. HOLLISTER, |Coraer of Mtin nnd WlnonsjStreeta, Ansti&t Minnesota. Xe CARDS. R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician A Sjjrgaorit County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence, Mill St Dr. J. P. SQUIRES, lata of Blw Earth City, rnspectiaily inforsu the publla tkit ho baa pamnaently LOCATED IN AUSTIN. Oflee OTOT Solner A MotfM^Jtojro. denoe, Ant door Produce Dealer, Auitm, Miwuoota. MANSFIELD (Fermarly Cantral.) AUSTIN, MINN., Col. J. H. MANSFIELD* Proprietor. Cleea 'mda, aqaare Praaidaat. Cathie-. BiaacroM- OLiTva W. Sbaw, J'n'w™.*! B. NlWIA, WBMtM, (President First Habiaw W. PASB. National Bank of McGregor, Iowa.) Saatorn Exchange and Draf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 December 1872

The Night Before Christmas. rfXUPTRATED BY B. SCATrERGOOD. Twa» Hie night licforo Christmas, when all through the house Nut a crcaturo was stirring, not even a monse. The stockings were hung by the chimney with rare, In pes that St. Nicholas soon would be thoro. Th- rhiUnn trtrt nrit.'til all »n*g in tkeir butt." Ti.« aii cuUi .« uieir boils. While vision* of sugar-plums danced through their heads. And mamma in her 'kerchief, and I in my cap, Had Just settled our brains for a long winter's nap, When out on the lawn tliero arose such a clatter I sprang from m.v bed to see what was the matter. Away to the window I flew liko a flash, Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash The moon on the breast of the new-fallon snow Gav* the iuslro of mid-day to objects below. When what to my wondering eyes should appear But a miniature sleigh and eight tiny reindeer, With a little old driver, so lively and quick, I knew, in a moment, it must be St. Nick. Store rapid than eagles his coursers the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 26 December 1872

TH1 NEWS. At Hafeit. 8CXA«O« PITTKMOM, of New Hampshire whose term'expires on the 4 th of March next, hat been tendered the Presidency of the Agri cultural and Mechanical College at Columbus Ohio. THE boiler of a portable saw mill exploded near Morristown, Ohio, on Monday, killing Joseph Clutter and a man named Carrier. Several others were wounded, one fatally. VAIL SCRUBS bits accepted an invitation from the Regents of Dartmouth College to •deliver a course el lectures before the stu­ dents of that institute during the holidays. THK Rev. William C. Stiioliug, for sixty years a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, ami an old and realthy citizen of Jacksonville, 111., dictl on Tuesday evening, at the advanced age of 78 years. AIKSS S. BUSH & ANSON, of Cairo, who claim to have had $20,000 stolen from them a week •go, and who were arrested on Tuesday by the United Htates Marshal, on the charge of an attempt to defraud their creditors, have been required to give bail in the s...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 26 December 1872

THE TRANSCIlIFf A. A. HAEWOOI). Editor anil Prosrietor. -AUSTIN. UI1TJT- TUITRST)AY MORXIXO, DEC. 2fi, IS72. General Rcsilroad I/iW. An acquaintance with tho history of railroad com pan *103 ami of to their nrrusi- carry zituri and uvnoral operation in lh s|''ic result, is that no overshadowing country, is es«criti:i to a clear under- standing of the laws which should practically enter into their successful management and government in the fu­ ture. In some of ilie monarchical gov­ ernments of Europe, where railroads have been considered as appendages to the prerogatives of the crown, and where the principles of constitutional government have no recognition, tho grants to theso corporate companies have been almost r.s simple in theory as they have been in fact. There the franchise is a royal one, and its grant is ouly limited by such individual re *»ri«tions as the will of tho grantee may imperiously decree. A monopoly may be creatcd or not, just as it ploaaes the royal owner and di...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 26 December 1872

N. WHEAT, M. D., S. GOWDY, M. D., PACE & WHEELER, Attorneys at Law, iMi ht»»i«En» MM* ITHF. Homapathic Physician and Surgeon, Office and Residence, Corner of St. Paul and Mill Streets, »3yl AmliH* Minnesota- Physician and Surgeon. Office over Day Bro.'s Store. Austin, Minnesota. RKFEITEXCCS. Prof. E. W. Jcnk?, M. D., B. S. Cory, S. Cory Detroit, Mich. 1)., Jond, Waukegan. M. D., III. C. W. Waukegan, Ills. 11. D-, L. L. Owatonna, Minn. Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Side of Public Square, AUSTIN, 4yl {Corner No CARDS. LOCATED IN AUSTIN. Office over Solner A DENCE, Morgan's store. RESI­ first door east ot the Public School building, where he may be found to attend promptly to all calls in the line of his profes­ sion. JJADEN & NOBLE, Dealers in Groceries, Drugs, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, FAHCY GOODS, SCHOOL BOOKS. S a And a new and choice Tariety of Christmas Presents. 36 MAIN STREET, AUSTIN, MINN. J. VANVALKENBUIUiH, Produce Dealer, Jiufin, Minnesota. MANSFIELD HOUSE, (Forme...

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. — 26 December 1872

The Night Alter Christ***. lUiIAJHTUATDD BY D. SOATTEBGOOD. Twas tho night after Christmas, when all through tho honse Every soul was abed, and still as a mouse Those stockings so late in St. Nicholas' care Were empty of all that was eatable there. The darlings had duly been tucked in their beds, With very full stomachs, and pains iu their heads. I With very full etomaeht and "TiU each error of diet paint in their heads." I wan dozing away in my new cotton cap, And Naticy was rather far gone in a nap, When out in the nursery rose such a clatter I sprang from my sleep, crying, What is tho matter?" I Hew to each bedside—still half in a dtwe— Tore open the curtains, and threw off the clothes liril /few to tmeh l"ditide—»UU half in a dot*." While the light of the taper served clearly to show The piteous plight of those objects below For what to tho fond father's eyes should ap­ pear But tho little pale face of each little dear! For each pet that had crammed itself full as a tick I knew ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 2 January 1873

THE NEWS. A THE eating house at Milton Junction, Wis., vx« destroyed by fire Tuesday night. Ixws *20,000, BUFFALO'S water supply g#yo out duriug Wednesday's snow storm, causing much anx­ iety among citizens in regard to fire. A BABS anil twenty horses and sleighs be­ longing to a dancing party at Lottsville, Wav ner couuty, IVan., wore burned upon Christ­ mas ni^ht* A $19,000 fire occurred in ltoek Island on Kuturdav night. Loss over insurance 18,300. JAVNE EIIKATTA was stabbed, and his broth­ er Louis shot,in an italiau saloon in New York on Wednesday. A eOTiY nvE thousand dollar conflagra­ tion oiTiirml in Carboudate, III., on Wednes­ day. ABOUT 10C feet of the roof of Whitney's rail­ road car wheel factory, on 15th street, Phila­ delphia, fell in by the weight of tho snow on Thursday. Five workmen were buried in the ruius, bat rescued with slight injuries. Two serious fires occurred in Chicago on Sunday. Oue destroyed a row of wooden building* on West Lake street, damage $14, 000...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 2 January 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HARWOOD. Editor and Pro rieter«. -AUSTIN. I£INN- THUR8DAY MORNING, JAN. 2,1S73. THE FIRE last Monday morning, prows very conclusively that wo need thoroughly organized Fire Depart­ ment, and one well supplied with hook*, ladders and buckets, and all under I he control of a competent chief. We ought also to havo ao:ue moro efficient tire al:itni tlinn wc £have. The glit watchui.tn should have acccss to one or more of the church bull*, without waiting to l.unt up the janitors. The cry of fire" reaches the care of bat f.w in the dead of night, while the rapid strokes of a bell quickly arouse* the soundest sleeper. Success in sub­ duing fires depends very atuch upon promptness*. Three uien, at the be­ ginning, are worth more than fifty utter the fire has burned twenty min­ ute?. Wc have no facilities for extin­ guishing fires once fully under headway. It is our business to prevent them from assuming any considerable proportions. To do this we need a vigihnt and ac­ ...

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 January 1873

lUMIXEfc* CARDS. s. !•, N. W1112AT, Homoepathic Physician and Surgeon. Office and Residence, Vomer of St. Paul and Mill Street*. 62yl Anatln, MlBHMota. S. GOWDY, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office over Day Bro.'s Store. Austin, Minnesota. BEFERENCKS. Prof. E. W. .Tenk?, M. I., Detroit, Mich. JR. 8. Cory, D., Waukegan. III. C. W. Bond, M. !., AVaukugau, Ills. L. L. Bennet, M. D., Owatonra, Minn. 52yl P. THORNIIILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Side of Pubtie Square, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. JJtt. W- L. HOLL1STEK, |Corner of Main and Winona*Streets, Austin* Minnesota. No CARDS. 7yl R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician & Surgeon* County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence. Mill St. jyi J. P. SQUIRES, late of Bine Earth City, respectfully informs the fnblie that he has permanently LOCATED IN AU3TIN. Office over 8otner A Morgan's store. Resi­ dence, first door east ol the Publio School building, where h« may be found to attend promptly to all calls i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 2 January 1873

I Am a Woman." —therefor© I may not Call to him, cry to him. Fly to bim. Pray him delay not! And when ho comes to mo, I nraflt ait qmet: Will as a stone is, Harder and coldcr. If my heart riot— Crash and deny it! Should I grow bolder— Say one dear thing to him, All my liio fling to him, Cling to him— What to atone is Enough lor my sinning 1 This 'wcro the cost to me, This wore my winning— That he were lost to me! Not as a lover at lust if he part from me, Tearing my heart from me— Hurt beyond cure— Calm and demure Then my behavior: Sliowiug no sign to him By look of mine to hiin, What he has been to me. Pity me—lean to me— Christ— O my Saviour 1 —Scribner,tt for January. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Restorat.on or Exhausted Laadi. The London Field, in answer to question from America as to the best mode of restoring fertility to worn oat lands, discusses the subject at some length, and sets forth very clearly the difficulties there under the system of tenant farming. It also refers to some fa...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 9 January 1873

VOLUME OWING to the great «torm upon and trouni u», we haro been unable to re eivo our, paper over the roads, and therefore *o aro able to lay boforo our readers only a hall'-sheot, thereby com­ plying with the law in regard to our legal notice*, and we hope our readers will bear with us in our failure and di«appointuient consequent upon the terrible blockade. WE called at tho railroad depot and learned the following facto conccrulng the storm. On the M. & St. P. 11. It.: No.2, paMenger train, left Austin at two p. Tuesday, with three coavhcs and twenty-tliree passcngera, fifteen of which were ladies, besides tho usual employee* Superintendent C. II. Prie'r was atao on board. The train #as stopped by the snow drifts be­ tween Coanover and llidgeway stations, and was dead on the track at last ac­ counts. Being left three miles from Rid^eway, the passengers aro doubt­ less all right, as Superintendent Prior would do all in his power for them. .Train No. 6, consisting of eight fiei...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 9 January 1873

BPIIlftESa CARPS. N. WHEAT, M. D., Homcepathic Phyiician and Burgeon, 0(I1M ami Roidcnce, Cbmer of St. J'uul and Mill Streets, Myl iHitlDt Mlnneoota. 8. GOWDY, M. P., Physician and Surgeon. Office over Day Bro.'i Store. Austin, Minnesota. HEVICRESCE*. Prof. E. IT. .Tenks, M. D., Detroit, Mich. B. 8. Cory, D., WtukrgM, III. C. W. Bond, M. 1.. T1'ink«giin, Ills. L. L. Ben net, M. D., Owaloima, Miun. 52y I S. P. THORN HILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, OB*e, Soutli Side of Public Square, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. JJR. W. L. HOLLISTER, (Corner of Main and Wln#aijSlrMt», Austin* No CARDS. Minnesota. R. A. BARNES, M. D., Phyiician A Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence, Mill St. R.J. P. SQL" IK KB, lute of Blue F.ertb City, respectfully informs the publie that he he* permanently LOCATED IN AUSTIN. Offlee over Solner 4 Morgan's store. Resi dence, first door eut ol the Public School bnilding, where be may be found to attend promptly to all ealle in the ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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