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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 27 February 1873

VOLUME ity. v. THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HAKW0OD. £ditor oaJ Prooriotcr. -AUSTIN. MINI!.— THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 27,1S73. NO TRAINS SINCE TUESDAY.—For the third and lust tiuie (we hope) wo are compelled to issue a halt* sheet. We present the renders of tlo Transcript however, more local reading uiatter than usu d, and hope that the blockade will bo viewed philosophically rather than in the light of sinful disobedience for which (re are punished. Party Corruption. In these days of 0. M. or M. C. bribery einbczslement, defalcation, larceny, dis­ crepancy, forgetfulness, and fraud of all kicds in national and state affairs, tlivre is a great cry of party cor­ ruption coming from every nou-aduiin fctratiou organ throughout the laud. Let us look at the matter with reason. Since Now York and Tammany have changed bases^-the old ring plunderers having passed into the rouge's calen­ dar—the majority of. our legislative &ud executive chambers have becu largely Republican aud if any error or de...

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 February 1873

Bt?aiM3ffS CAR DM. N. WHEAT, M. D., HoO apathic Pfcysloian and Snrgeon, Office and Residence, Comer of St. Paul and Mill Streets, Myl Awatln, Minnesota. S. GOWDT, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office over Day Bro.'s Store. Austin, Minnesota. iiriRmicn. frrof. E. W. Jerks', M. !., Detroit, Mich. B. S. Cory, M. D., Waukegan, III. C. W. Bond, M. D., Waukegan, Ills. L. L. Bennet, M. D., Owatonna, Minn. 52yl P. THORNIIILL, -M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Side of Public Square, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. \V. L. IIOLMSTKR, (Corner of Main and Wiuoua'Streets, Austin* Minnesota. NoCftlllia. 7y 1 ^7A. BARNES, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, AHd Coroner. OFTice at Residence. Mill St. 1 \uT j. P. 8QrIKES late'of Clue Jl Earth City, respectfully informs the public that he has permanently LOCATED IN AUSTIN. CIBce over Solncr A Morgan's store. Resi­ dence, first door cast ol the Publio School building, where he may be found to attend ji^juiptly to all ca...

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. — 6 March 1873

E N E W S At Home. THE defalcation in the Lochmere National Bank, of East Cambridge, Mass., amounts to 912,500. The name of tlio defaulting cashier la John Savage, Jr. lite, ttrsiir, wife of Avery D. Puinam, Who was killed by Foster, now under sentence «f death, has written letter to Gov. Dix, taking a commutation of Foster's gen'ene#. TEE House Committee on Appropriation® on Friday considered the Senate amendments to the post offico appropriation bit and agreed to lton-concnr in the amendment for­ bidding ibe transmission of all free matter so far as (be same affects exchaigt)3 among newspapers. COMMODORE GABBISOS testified before ttao Committee of Ways and Means that bo did not know of any mouey having been apeut to pro xuro legislation for tho Pacific Mail Steamship Company, but he bad heard such minors in tlio lobbios of the Capitol and at tho hotels. A WASHINGTON dispatch states that the do fjat o? tho Louisiana bill readers an extra session of Congress almost certain. It is be...

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. — 6 March 1873

TH1E TRANSCRIPT A. A. HA1WOOD. Editor and Proorietor. -AUSTIN. MINN- THURSDAY MOitNINO, MARCH 0, 187.1. IN AUCURATION.-On Tuesday,March 4th, Ulysses S. Irant, took the Holm of Stato for four yearn mure. Thcro was un immense, as well as magnificent, civio and military p.ipeant. The Pres­ ident was enthusiastically choercd.by the assembled multitudes, duritig the passage of the procession from the White Houe to the Capitol. The scenes and ineider ts,at the Sen ate Chamber, where the ceremonies were performed, surpassed anything of like nature, since the establishment of the Government. At uight, the whole city was in a blase of the most brilliant illumination. The State Treasury The Senate Committee appointed to inquire into the condition of the State Treasery have reported, and the result* of their work fully justifies the suspi­ cion entertained by many, that there was something rotten in Denmark." From the'report clean the follow­ ing facts: First, That Mr. Seeger, upon' assuming t...

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. — 6 March 1873

imniBMi K. S. CAKP«. "WHEAT, M. P., Bonopttluo Physician and Surgeon, Office KIMI Residence, Corner if St. Paid and Mitt Streets, &2yl Anatln, 8. GOWDY, M. D„ Physician and Surgeon. Ofn over D»jr Bro.'s 8tor*. Austin, Minnesota. nmncn. Prof. T. W. Jenks, M. D., Detroit, Mleb. g. Cory, Wwlicpta, 111. 0. W. Bond, M. D.» Waukegan, Ills. L. L. Beanst, II. D., Owatonna, Miun. Kj 1 1 p. THORNIIILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Side of Public Square, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. JY. W. L. IIOLLISTER, |Ceraer of Main and WlnonnjStreets, Austin* Minnesota. Ha CARD*. B. SMITH, D.' 7*1 R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician A Surgeon. County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner Office at Residence, Mill St. VR. J. F.FQUIBB6, lale of Blue \j) Earth City, respectfully intbnw public that he has permanently LOCATED IN AU3TIN. (Ace orer Solncr A Morgan's store. Resi­ dence, Ant door east ol the Publie School building, where he may be foundto attend promptly to all calls in the line of his p...

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. — 6 March 1873

w» CHILDREN'S CORNER. Keeping Ills Word. "Onlv a penny a box," to said But the gentleman turned away his head, A? i'i 8 irnn'i -^oih tho wretched eight Or tho boy who stood in the tailing tight. *'P^i sir I" ho stammered, "you cannot know," (And ho brushed from his lashes the flakes of snow, That tho sudden tear might have room to fall) "Or I think—I think—yon would take thtm all. Hungry and cold, at our garret pane, TJuliy will watch till I come again, ^Bringing tli loaf. The sun has set, Aud lie hasn't a crumb of breakfast yet. One penny, and then I can buy the bread." The gontleinim stopped. And you he said. I I can boar the hunger and cold: Hut Ruby is only ilve years old. I promised my mother, before she went Sho knew I would doit, aud died content— I promised her, sir, through best, through worst, I always would think of Ruby flrat." The uenUotnan paused at his open door .j 8 WI had often heard before: But no fumbled his purto in the twilight drear, have nothing less thin a sh...

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. — 13 March 1873

THE NEWS. At Home. THE Credit Mobilier has been enjoined from disposing of any of its property until Mrs. FiskVj claim upon. r--"' Oinr. CAK*isadjudicated H. Fby, 18 Chief Postmaster of the Military Division of the Pacific, died in San Francisco on Thursday. Tui Liberal and Democratic local conven lions in Cincinnati met on Wednesday and divided t!ie offices. Tho Democrats insist on their Candidate for Mayor, which causcs (lis satirfactlcn. 'The Hissisnippi Valley Dental Association will.hold their next annual convention in St. Louis on the'first Monday in March, 1874. Ir is believed that the passengers and etew of tbe steamer Geo. S. Wright, wrccked on tho coast of British Columbia, have been made j, isnners by hostile savages. Tins disabled steamer Idaho has boon towod to San Fraueisco by the Groat llr public. JOSKPII I!. STKWART has brought suit against tlic Speaker and SerReaut-at-Arms of tho ll. use.ofJitiHcscnialiveB for 9100,000, each Vhifj sue# separately for false impn.onni...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 13 March 1873

TIIE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HAKWOOD. BOitof aad Proprietor. -AUSTIN. MIN17- THURSDAY MORNINO, MARCH 13,1873. KMid. Souiu time last fall tho papers an Tiouucod that Congressman Dunncll had (scared the plans lor «u uK-^aiit addi­ tion to his roidt nee which wus to l»c built next summer at 44 Go TO UAULINO SAND." The next day the scale* iell frotu the eyes of in aocent supporters when they read the Congressional news aud learned that the llouorable gentlemen had voted themselves each 13000,. iu additiou to thvir regular salary TUB Massachusetts Legislature yes­ terday elected Geo. S. Boutwell U. S. Senator, rice Henry Wilson, now Vice President. State News. The dwelling of Mr. Lowe, of War­ ren. eaught fire, recently, and was burned to(tlicground. The fire caught on the roof, from a stove pipe. There was little v. ind, aud the fire burned slowly, so that everything in the house was saved, evon to the doors .and win­ dows, Mr J. W. Slec, ol Duudas, writes as follows of fruit culture in this S...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 13 March 1873

BCaiMCIIB CABDfl. N. WHEAT, M. D., SoBCBfftthM Physician tad Snrgeon, Oflee lid Residence, Comer of St. Paul and Mill Street*, Uyl lulll. 8. GOWDY, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Offiee oter D»jr Bro.'s 8tor*. Austin, Minnesota. Baranaxcu. p—f. E. W. Jenks, M. D., Detroit, Mich. ft g. Corv, D., Waukegan, II!. C. W. Brad, M. i.. Waukegan, lib. L. L. Bennet, II. D., Owatonna, Minn. 61yl P. TIIORNHILL, M. D., physician and Surgeon, OB«c, 8outh 8id« of Publle Square, AU8TIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. JY. W. L. HOLLISTEK, (Corner of Main aad WlnoaaJStrcets, Austin* Minnesota. HO CARPS. R. A. BARNES. M. D., Physician A Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence. Mill St. LH. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue Strtk City, respectfully Inform# th» public that ho has permanently LOCATED IN AUSTIN. (IN over Bolner A Collections will reeeire prompt attention. Agents for laomn Lino of Steamships and Tlekets sold at ISVMt oarreney rates to and from all Railway Stations in Bnrope. ...

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. — 13 March 1873

1. CHILDREN'S CORNER. 8agDr•Jnaken, Song. BY C11 AISLES 8. FBENCH. Ill Jrondcr wood, X'lero l°nR has stood An old brown avcli of stouo. Its form is jagged. Its sides aiv ragged, Its ashes rudely strewn. O'er its lone walls Tlie tdiadow tails Of the rish-treo by its side, As toward t'hu sky It towers, liigli And spreads its branches wide. On cillier band, A broad deep band Of maplr-tivos extoiid* While swamp with ledge, On the western edge, In ftrai'ge confusion blonds. Our feet sinlc low In the yielding snow. As we tap the goodly trees While the sap drops clow, With silvery How, Keeping time to the warm spring breeze. O'er the arch nil day We boil away The sap which the maples ran And, as wo sip, We slowly dip The sweet from pan to pan. While at work we sing, And the wild woods ring To the sonnd of voices shrill, Till the snn sinks to rest, Fur clown in the west, Behind the wood-crownei liill. Above us, high In the starry skv, The silvery moan is shining While far below. On tile cry...

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. — 20 March 1873

THE NEWS. r) Ut^.f] JOHS WR OSBOTFKI1! tno toniracr^r 6( Mr*. Matthews, was hanged in Knoxville. III., lust Friday. ... died in SJpw^a.JVis.'Under 'elreumsUapcs wtaMtteU0 an ifltestigation of ., .twrr -JV XhB jat found MjB|i tljv^vfOO^V^wj *J*™ •iaTbis death was eSolwd by »tryohnfas, Mtf expMifeed beliei? that «M M*"®* Jfc ministered b$ Jrs. Iiigfcrsoll. She na*t been Srrestod. ,\ -.-•?. .. _' .•-iii Jnlhr ilM AMnnuft-it Jwwfc.YP: M-««iab, sniriaod /SUj^Qala on aacui&s Is New York, on Friday, Chas. Cordes ag* eased of the murder of Jno, guitty of ninnslaugtifer in the thTr"d" 3rcKroe, anJ was sentenced to four rears imprison­ ment. vi u.i-l ii .1 Oil'. DRIVER, who murdered his wifo last November, was hung for the crimc in Chicago on -v r* 7! 5 T*4 a l«* N b*M4 of Henry Pleede, and a eon of Charles Blake, wers drowned at Bangor, Maine, on Tliurs day, by breaking t}uoi|gli tbp.ica wliije at play. A FIRE in Tuscola, 111., mado sad havoc in the business portion o( tlio. place. .L is...

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. — 20 March 1873

THE NEWS. 'At Home.' JOHN \V. Osronsr, tfio murderer of Mr* Matthews, was hanged in Knoxville, III., l-mt Friday. I, Ia«CTlSot,ij died in is under circumstances which led to an investijjation of a coronet'* jtiry. The TUE P. T. DEVOLD Jury found 'Mai Ins death was caused by strychnine, and expressed a belief tint the poison was ad­ ministered by Mrs. Ingersoll. She had been arrested. AN eighty thousand dollar flro occurred at Patkerslrarf?, West Virginia, Thursday-(even inj?. A block of stares in the business centre was destroyed. .TOXIN StALLOBI, usher of the o&oR^ ot |ba' Messiah, suicided ii St. Louis on Friday. IN New York, on Friday, Chas. Cordes ^c rised of the murder of Jno. Rourke.jjleaded yni'.ty of manslaughter iu tlie third degree, an 1 a sentenced to four years imprison nn'tif. 1 (!E DRIVF.R, who murdered his wife last November, was huns for the eriuie in Chicago on Friday. T9tCfc small childkoe, a too I114I lUnghtej of Henry Ploede, and a sou of Oharlos Bake, were d...

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. — 20 March 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HAEWOOD. MEMBER. Editor «d_PioDriotor. -AUSTIN. MINN.— tnURSDAY JlOKNINO, MAFCU 20,1873. THAT wonders never ccnse," is, in­ deed, a trito remark, but wo witness Us verification daily. When a few po­ litical bankrupts euthered at Cincin­ nati threo-fourths of a your ago, and under the name of Reform inaugura­ ted a movement by which they sought (o gain control of the government, it sceuicd a wonder that any considerable number of respectable men should en­ list in the enterprise, and yet boo«ui« one of gigantio proportions, shaking tlie government from turret to base. When Speaker Blaine demanded an investigation of alleged corrupt trans­ actions in Credit Mobilier stocks, by members of Congress, and others in high official stations, the country awaited tho result with a calm assur mice which expressed an abiding faith in the integrity of her representative men but tho investigations of tho Poland Committee have erimsonod the nations face with shame. When the ind...

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. — 20 March 1873

BVIIRERR CAMS. N. WHEAT, M. D., Hmvpallue Physician and Burgwn. Ofiee and Residence, Corner of St. Paul and Mill Streets, Myl mnnenotm. S. GOWDY, M. I-» Physician and Surgeon. Oflce over Dny Bw.'i Btoit. Anstin, Minnesota. uriiuca. IB, W• Bnk'j Mt D«i Dftroitp Miob*! B. 8. Cory, D., Waukegnn, III. C. W. Bond, M. D., Wauksgnn, III*. L. L. Bonnet, II. D., Owatonna, Miun. 51yl P. TUORNI1ILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, (Mhe, South Bids of Public Square, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. T\H W. L. HOLLI8TER, |Corner of Main and WinoBijStRrti, Austin* Minnesota. No CARDS. And Coroner. ,YI R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician A Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, Office at Residence, Mill St. TYR. J. P. SQUIRES, late of BJoo Earth City, tespectlblly Informs the public that ha haa permanently LOCATED IN AU3TIN. Cffiee orer Solner A Morgan'* store. B«i dance, first door east ol the Pubho Sobool building, where be ®ay be found to attend promptly to all calls in the line of his •ion. -TV B. SMITH, D...

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. — 20 March 1873

Hail! and Farewell! 1 T«V 8,1011»th« a ^'a81 'rail condition .? ?,yintei co»' He. Wo meat to part. Joj parishes in rapture of fruition: TI.„ m' hearts r^L iWPr1 Pa"'cr wither in the grasping un lSoaut.v ehcck no fadeless lilltcs dwell J. na liana we clasp, grows tbroblesa in the clasping and farewell! Hail! and farewell Tho sihilo of welcomo pcauioth Brie/as«ffulyeatnponlover's iltAf'^r In hope exultant vouth imt little drearaetl: Of hope's eclit» «or cares to think that Time, who looks so radiant, Is disenchanting Fancy's magic spell, •io dust (liggolviii? all licr fairy pageant Haiti uutlfarewell 1 Hail and farewell 1 'Ti» Uiua eaclialiort lived pleasure Fatle«. from our vision lika phantom. wan tlll to ptazn upon our new-found treasure, And lol 'Ua gone I A deliphts that we must keenly covet, Still AT«'arc -lvc startled bv fond Memory's knell, SNAwfSwc •R Plenty oflPreati Bggi. AIAIVU., vuiisiuvrs to gel plenty of ting egps to try my plan, and Ihey will never be sorry." In long c...

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. — 27 March 1873

THE NEWS. At Home* On the 11th of March, near Wickcnbcrg, Ari aoaa, (he Apaobos murdered Augustus Swain aiid^famcs McDonald. Tho bodies were hor­ ribly mutilated. Swain wa* one or tbo first flora, and a lonpr timo a government guide. LETTEBSfor from parties in London cxprew ranch concern with regard to the nianagcuiont of the Utah owned by tbcni. •BUBOLAlismines gained admission to tho dry Jgoods store or 'filiated & Hueren, No. 77 Mil­ waukee avenuo, Chicago, early Tlmrday morn­ ing, and carried off silk worth between ¥7,000 And $10,000. THE dam at Anrora, III,, suffered damage to the extent of 110,000 by tho spring break-up. A FOF BE of officers had a skirmish with a band of horse thievea headed by a desperado Dinned Stevens, at Oak Hill, Ohio, on Wednes­ day Stevens escaped, but two of his men were severely, and a third fatally, wounded. A F1VK-STOKT building owned, by W. B. •Smith and occupied by (leo. II. Blauchard as a book store, was badly damaged by tiro on Thursday nigl...

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 March 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HABWOOD. Editor and Proprietor. -AUSTIN. MINN.— THURSDAY MOUSING. MARCH 27,1873. E41(«rl«l CtrrMpitBiracc. MILWAVKBE, Wii., March 25. lcfb Austin at half pnat 12 o'clock P. M. yesterday, and arrived here at 6*45 A. n. to-day. Beforo we reached McGregor the mow began fulling with Minding fur*, and BO continued during (he night, and at thit moment (10 A. M.) it is driving through the streets, filling the ears and blinding^ the eyes of tho few who venture forth in pursuit of business. There is but little danger of a blockade of the Southern Wiscon­ sin roads as most of them are protect­ ed by wood growths, but if the •torn rages iu Minnesota as it does here, I need not expect this letter to appear in the next issue of the TRANSCRIPT. In many places along that portion of the line of the M., St P. & M. By. in the State of Iowa there •re groat banks of snow nearly as high as the top of the ears, and^two hours of the storm now pr«T ailing here will suf­ fice to fil...

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 March 1873

BtUHCM CAIHHI. N. WHKAT, M. D., tiom«»^4thlb Physician and 8nrg^on. Office ttul Resident®, fcoiier of St. Paul and Mill Streets, ftfel mnu*»of- 8. GOWDY, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office over Day Bro.*» Store. Austin, Minnesota. BBFBBBBCSS. Prof. E. W. J«nkr, M. D.,Detroit, Mich. R. 0. Cory, D., Wukipi, 111. C. W. Bond, M. v.i Vinktgn, I1U. L. L. Bennet, 1(. D., OwttoiM, Minn. 52yl P. THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Side of Publlo Square, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. |\R. W. L. HOLLISTER, |Corner of Main and WinonaJStreets, Austin* Minnesota. No CARD*. _____ P, A* BARNES, M. D., Physician A Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence. Mill St "IVI. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue \J Earth City, respectfully inform* the publio that he has permanently LOCATE® IN AUSTIN. ('See over Solner A Morgan's store. Resi in) door east of the Publio School VniUiM where he may he found to attend promptly to all calls in the line of his profes­ sion...

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. — 27 March 1873

CHILDREN'S CORNER. When. MARY N. tvT*" \u! riiESCrtTT. n,1,1 en tho niavflmvcrs como w» l0 u''(l lvooks begin to run lion will they frtilic, and ceaso to lo clnnil)?'' Nucn they fuel tLo warm touch or the BUU. 3'1011 *'10 Krass show their shoots? tvuen will tta' violots open again?" As soon as tiny t'eol within their roots ibo-pulso ot tlio soft spring rain! Mion will tho crocus push through the nionlo Mhon will 1 he robins begin to build? hen will the cinnamon roso unfold Till balf of its fragrance is spilled Whim will the snow anil tho crystal rime Vanish, and leave the brown oartli bare :l.ninct'' ', ar i» the Lord's own time Tho spnuy blossoms tnevywhero I Pnmilc'a K*crioiic-. BY SAKAII O. DULEY. I think," said little Naunio Mason, "yon nro such cross mamma, tbnt I shall go away some day and leave yon, ami never come back any more, and then you won't lmvo any little girl." This wits Nannie's favorite threat when anything went contrary to her wishes. "Why. Nannie, what's the matt...

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. — 3 April 1873

THE NEWS. At Home* MCDONNELL, tho English forger, nays the English Government has ent 110 in tho case against him sufficient to cause America to give hiin «p. His opinion seems to bo shared by tho detec tives. Tho gang made $10,000 in Portland, Mo., on aome swindle, and with ibis money wire enabled to operate in England. THE telegraph announces the sndden disap­ pearance ofMr. York, of tiid a Iudopendenco, bvol her ol Kan., the Senator who was promin­ Pomroy case. He was Fort Scott to on his way murdered from Iudependoiice, and ed has been it is suppos­ to prevent his CONDUCTOR ART HUB LINDSLET, reveal- tho perpetrators of another nrardrr com iii tted in tlio vicinity. Mack excitement pre* vails itml Senator York is oat with detectives limiting for his brother. ot the Chi­ cago and Northwestern Railroad, was run over by a freight train at Jnnesvillo on Wednesday evening, losing his right arm and bi-ing somewhat bruised on the back and side. AT Minneapolis, on Wednesday, Marcclhts (H...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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