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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 8 May 1873

.*"v* ?\*3r-'r-Rr* A. Pieorietor. AUSTIN. lOHir.- THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 8,1873. The (tovcramhlp. Oen. W. D. Washborne, of Minne­ apolis, W announced by the Tribune as candidate for the honorable and im­ portant office of Governor. II is long residence in the State, his varied and extensive business operations, and his public services have given hiin the ad­ vantage of a very general acquaintance frith I he people Mr.Washburne pos­ sesses all the personal requisites of a first elass officer. He is a gentleman of average ability,fair character and ex­ tensive wealth two qualities and a possession highly essential in a publie nan the first, that ho may properly understand his duties and faithfully perform them the sec­ ond, that business need not engross too much of his time, nor seem to neceesi late extensive money transactions 'with parties having interests ad verse to thoM of the State. These are tome of the affirmative qualifica­ tions of the candidate, but the same may be Mid of s...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 8 May 1873

W 7 BVitWRM CARDS. N. WHEAT, M. D., Homcepathic Physician and Surgeon, (Iflei and Residence, Cbi atr of St. Paul and Mill Streets, Wyl A ••tin, FIInnc*ol». 8. GOWDY, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office over P»y. Bro.'» Store. Anstin. Minnesota. S2 P. THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office, South Bids of Publie Sqnsn, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. J^R. W. L. HOLLISTER, Comer of Mill and Winona^Btreets, Austin* Minnesota. K« CAMS. 7yl R. A. BARNES. M. D., Physician A SwgMn, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence, Mill St. DR. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue E*«th City, respectfully informs tho public that be haa permanently LOCATED IN AU3TIN. ,-1M OW 8O1M 4 Jbe Myl A. Morgan's •!«*•.* iUd- deace Cnt door out of the' hUb wftjool baildia*febcrehe may he foaad toattond prvraptljf to all calls In the line of hit profoe sioa. JUSTIN MILLS, only Flouring Mill in Austin. SNOJjK co. TV B. SMITH, Dealer in. AGRICTCTTTRAL IMPIME1TTS, Farm Machinery and /Vo?«ce, Anthr...

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. — 8 May 1873

W Dodd, se iWj( John Mason,ne Brothorton, neJU Thos A Clark, nw W' sew rti Dtidfleld, Zf" SJICAndeiaon.ne.W IIDndVld, Kk Pierce, sw W A linth, wijneW nww S Chamberlin, seW S(H SLTnrner» 2 6 T4 8 9 M^ Warner, »wW •Jacob Fleck, swunwW Bennett, w*seW W Goodhne^c^rej^ II Thompson, w^sew and new r„. 74 4 9 74 6 9 74 6 9 74 7 9 T4 8 8 74 9 9 74 10 9 74 11 9 74 18 9 74 13 9 74 14 9 74 16 9 74 16 9 74 1 10 74 3 10 74 3 10 74 4 10 74 10 74 tt 10 74 7 10 T4 8 10 T4 9 10 10 T4 11 10 74 12 10 74 13 10 74 14 10 74 15 10 74 16 10 74 17 10 74 18 10 74 19 10 74 20 10 74 91 10 74 99 10 74 98 10 T4 24 10 74 26 10 74 36 10 74 87 10 74 28 10 T4 1 11 74 3 11 74 3 11 T4 4 11 74 6 11 74 6 11 74 7 11 T4 8 11 74 6 11 74 10 11 74 11 11 74 13 11 74 13 11 74 14 11 T4 16 11 74 16 11 ?4 17 11 74 18 11 T4 19 It 14 So S 19 74 6 13 74 13 74 8 19 74 9 18 74 10 13 74 11 19 74 1 -A. 74 9 I I Smith, s,1, nw and awjtf neJW 8 108 16 E Case, n^nw,^' 10S 1» Smith, Be* a 108 16 is Thorn hill, sSnej* and MJ» new 8 .T W Gott,...

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. — 15 May 1873

I •u AT H«M«T EOVUD C. B. Oiioit, Consul General of Uragusy, VII »rre§ted in New York, on Fri­ day, oa a ebsrge oi defrauding a shipbuilding •MI of Boston oat of 911,000. PACT. BISCH suicided in Oinolnnati, on Fri Oay by jumping into the river from the Sua Ipenaion bridge, a diatanoe of »ixty-four loot. Job* MtntPRi ia the name of a burglw abot dead in Newtown, L. L, while attempting robbery. He came from Chicago, and waa well known in tbe western and southern states. NEW Yoax Rambling holla are ctoeed. Two counterfeiters of nickel currency have been arrested at Little Rook. Tni funeral of Bishop Mcllvsins took pltcs at Cincinnati on Friday. Hia rentaina war* deposited in Spring Grove cemetery. TUB New York Stock Exchango haa resolved to encourage the laying of an additional ooean ib'e, ana to tako the atock of a ne com­ pany. Tunas of the young ladies supposed to have been lost by the Dixon disaster pfoved to have been oat of the cify. OAKES AMES died at hia honae in North Easton, ...

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. — 15 May 1873

THK TRANSCRIPT A. A. HAXW001), Editor and ProBi'iftor. -IUSM THURSDAY MORMXG, MAY15.1S73. Wh»Mi Shuil van Make Governor. T'ho p.iv:it e.-mttnouwcaltU of Mliiuo Sijti, although riving JivcrsiSed pop­ ulation, is mainly Cvunjtoscil vt' three cIuj«sc!»,oi citizens viz: Tin who wmk with their iiinuls 1'ur thoir t'.uuilics they who Coaibii rapitulvvAi lalvr ir mau v.fucrui if»jr jmrpnses and the rich who «Sf heir wealth as to coiast'iti Sy in­ crease it, without tjoiliuj a linger or raiiiin^ a iuusoh\ Tho groat mass of the people will always be htuid kborer." laud iwners, it is true, and- producers largely beyond their own needs, but eltl! ^4b«»r«i }. Ati'silier .eonsiilcraMe pnrt of the population represent­ ing r-roport innately gron*cr wealth, will ftHy (o the more primitive iiiiluKU'ioM by inventing and experitnent !y luanufUct suing -Mid bringing into use, improved processes and ma­ chines adapted to the condition of the peoplo and to tbe wants of the age. These two classes have a c...

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. — 15 May 1873

HCHIRIAB«AIIIHI. N. WHEAT, M. D., Homoepathic Physician tad Surgeon, Office and Residency Comer of St. Paul and Mill Street*, Myl Amtli, HiaMMta S. GOWDY, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Offiae over Day Bro.'s Store. Aastin. Minnesota. 52 p. THORN HILL, JU. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Side of Public Square, AUSTIN, 41 MINNESOTA. yi. \V. L. IIOLL13TISR, "Corner of Main and Winona*Str*«TS, Austin* Minnesota. No ARM. 7yl R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician A Surgeon* County Physician, Pension Surgeon, A*id Coroner. Office at Residence, Mill St. J. P. SQUIRKS, late of Blue City, respectfully informs the r.Mio that ho has permanently 1V!Earth K( blic tfc LOCATED IN AUSTIN. ffiee o*r*oln** SfarganVttew. Reri dcitc?,firi|t door east Ot the Pnblte Beheal VuiUlng, whore ho taajr be fonnd to attend promptly to all calls in the line of hit pro sioii. JUSTIN MILLS, The only Flouring Mill in Austin. 50yl KNGLK CO. 15. SMITH, Toaler in AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Farm. Machinery and Produce, A...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 15 May 1873

CHILDREN'S CORNER. Under Ihr Leavtii BY HISS 8. p. BARTIIETT. Tbo hidden May-flowers bloom UnJer the leaves It is the same perfntno On tho warm breeze, Tlint in all .other years: Onmo back to no But now it brings tlio tears Too tenderly! So cold, soswoot, so fair, OI pink-iluHhed spray 1 I lift to ttw soft air And sunny day 1 But colder, fairer still, My liiosH'm lies Low in her grave—nor thrill 01 Spring's surprise, With warm and jo.vlul Ireath Konews her bloom To rosy life, from doatll Aud priaaucd gloom! —The Litite*Corporal. From tho Little Corporal. The Irish Tramp. BY MItS.E. 1. KBNDAIiU It was nine o'clock when Mrs. Sawyer and Willie came down stairs. Aim had made the coffee, and wasjnst taking tlie steak from the gridiron, wheu Willie darted into the kitchen, and the sitting-rooui door closed be­ hind his mother. The mealy gilli flowers cracked open as she rolled them out of the oven, and she uncovered on the back of the stove a most tempting plate of toast. "Ann," said Mrs....

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. — 22 May 1873

THE N ,*v. Mr At Home* A FTRR at Aylraor, Canada, on Wednesday, destroyed property valued at 135,000. Tn® pinning mill of Beyer, Gnycr & Co., at Tyrone. Pa., wai burned on Wednesday. Loas *io,too. ®w. Geo. B. line RED, nephew of Henry Ward, was installed pastor of the Fir* Pres­ byterian chnrch of Cincinnati. THE wife of Count Potalcs, of the French legation, an daughter of Ben. Halliday, died in a palace car, on the. Burlington road,Thurs­ day. 3. & A. H. DKTwit.cn ft Co.'s Market street flouring niMl, in Philadelphia, watt burned on Wednesday. Loss 129,000. A BoiLKii in lie foundry and machine shop J5each» South Bend, Ind., explod­ ed Wednesday afternoon, killing Lewis Ca *od and breaking the leg of a boy. The on jff"0'*raft8^of iron weighing 2,000 pounds, throifig^ distance of twelvo rods. One tore through a third-story io Birdaell works, forty rods salmon eggs, sent to Mieh- the idlyrnment authorities, have been oily-batched at Clarkston,and the Fish ojnmiseionen, as aoo...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 22 May 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HAS WOOD. Editor tad Proprietor. -AUSTIN. MINN- THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 22,1873. Editorial Correspondence. Sr. PAix, M«y 20, 1S73. DC.4A TRANSCKII'T: That your numerous readers uiay have some information concerning witter* of State importance transpirn.r at tho Capital, I hasten to give you a few facts aud theo­ ries Of course the all absorbing ques­ tion here, is tho "Seeger Impoucliuient. A quorum of the Senate was found at St. Paul last evening, aud roll-call to­ day was answered by thirty five. The managers of tho impeachment on the purt of the House have been in consultation d-a ing the last three or f)ur day *, and, with tho exception o!' one, aro unanimously iu favor of a dis­ missal of the case, but they disliko to assuuic the responsibility of a failure to appear, or of entering a nolle prose­ qui. Oue of thorn says, such aetiou would be damaging to the political proepeets of a brother manager, and he thiuks the Senate ought to come to his relief by refus...

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. — 22 May 1873

BMIllBia CARDS. W. WHEAT, M. D., Homapsthio Phy»Ici»n and Surgeon. Office and Residence, Corner of St. Paul and Mill Streets, »2yi Intla, WlMWOto. S. GOWDY, M. P., Physician and Surgeon. Offlce over Day Bro.'s 8tora. Austin, Minnesota, 52 P. THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Side of Poblte Square, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. JJR. W. L. HOLL1STER, Comer of Main and Wlnon»JSti*et», Austin* Minnesota. NOCAKM. 7yl R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence, Mill St. "T"VR. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue Earth City, respectfully informs th« publio that he haa permanently LOCATED IN AU3TII*. Bn over BolnerAMergnn's atore. Resl 1MM, flnt door east of the Public School building, whore he may be found to attend promptly to all call* in the line of his profes­ sion. USTIN MILLS, The only Flouring Mill in Austin. iM ENQLE CO. jQ B. SMITH, Dealer in AGRICULTURAL J. VANVALKENBURtiH, Produce Dealer, Antiin, Minnet...

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. — 22 May 1873

—T ine win uoniCk •:. BY E. D. 0. 'Ou southern g\0pt 0f Bomber tei raced green, '*®. Baljh'd foot and massive door, Mn, the mild and tranquil sccur, riie ancient Lome its honors bore. St ill lingering to onr later day, A sac rod, peaceful vision, lent To soothe and chc r, with sober ray, The pathway of nr discontent. Typo of a Etrango and distaut past! Lost Irom the ken of Meeting time No purer light than thino is cast From the far annals of our prime! Around thcc still the scono is bright With nil tlio glories nature gave Fair deep the tleliln in sunset light. Low murmurs in its lucp the wave. The forest chicftain wandered here. Till, o'er wiilo ocean's tossing foaui, The li'uc-evocl yeoman came to rear lu peace his fair New England homo. Yet not the virgin soil could gain His willing love, or claim his pride rXnio to his land of mist and rain, "A loyal Englishmanuo ho died. Ah! many times tho autumn sun •tteturns lo pour a golden tido AnU many yearn tho shadows dun O'er anjient wa...

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. — 22 May 1873

•im: *V- 'S K"\*rr -fWwto*, H- ••S: -V r' TUe Old Hmbn BYE* B. O. southern slope of teiraccd greon, .^tsgabled roof and maasivo door, «*&•»-"» the mikl and tranquil sceur, The ancient homdits honors bore. fit ill lingering to onr later day, A Mcred, peaceful vision, lent Tosootho and eherr, with sober ray, Xbtt pathway of car discontent. of a strange and distant past jet Irom the cen ot fleeting time No pnrdr light than thine is cast Fioru the far annals of onr prime! Around thee still the aceno is bright With all tlio glories nature save Fair sleep the fluids in sunset light. Low murmurs in its deep the wave. The forest ebieftain wandered here. Till, o'er wide ocean's tossing foam, The bluo-oycd yeoman came to rear Ju peace his fair Mew BngM home. Yet not the virgin soil could gain His Willing lovO, or claim his pride mo tahiajand of mist and /ain, "1 loyal Engliihmanue ".he died. 3mo ?.% Ah I many times (he antnmn ran -ytetjjjgbH lopour sgoldsn tide ta*ny years the shadows don...

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. — 29 May 1873

THE NEWS. At Howti THB trial ol Bogart by court martial at Hare Island, Cal., was ended on Friday by tho prisoner making a clean breast of it. Ho thinks he has been pnuished enough already, having been imprisoned si* times and having a judgment ofWO.OOOover his head four yews. C^PT. BooiiDos, at Chicago, on Friday, won ft pigeon-st.ooting match with Ira Paiue, of New York. TPKBE are 8,403 placcs where liquor is sold in New York city. Coh. JOHN M. HOIIERTIN, editor of the Free Proas, tbe only German paper published in £iinsa», died on Friday. IN the billiard match for the championship j, of the United State?, tbe diamond cue and one thousand dollars a sidetbetween Maurice Duty and Cyrille Dion at New York,the former won by 241 points. THE legal tenders outstanding amount to 53.30 365,220. FRANCIS A. MAKEPEACE, a young man lrom Worcester, Miss., committed suieide at his boarding hou*e in Chicago,'on Thursday, by blowing his brains out with a revolver. An open letter tound npon his per...

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. — 29 May 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HAIWOOS. Editor aad Fngtiitoi. -AUSTIN. HUm- THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 29.1873. Iaip«»cluneat. The TRANSCRIPT of last week fur­ nished its reader* with all the facts in the treasury impeach meat, except those which transpired on the last day.— tTpon reassembling of the Court on Thursday morning, it was decided quite unanimously that there was not enough evidence in Secger's letter to the Gov­ ernor, resigning the office of Treasurer justify the entry of a judgment of "guilty." In the afternoon J. Ham Davidson Esq., came before the Senate and asked to be heard as the attorney of the defendent, and was admitted.— After a few preliminaries, he presented what he called a plea of guilty," signed by the accused, and he asked judgment of the Court thereupon.— The plea was made to flora ally cover eaeh charge, in the articles of im­ peachment and therefore consists of fair divisions, bat all are precisely ali ke. We quote the one: Txlirg* oat ia the Articles of Impeach Mat ...

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. — 29 May 1873

BUSINESS CARDS. If. WHEAT, M. Bomttpathic Phyiician and Surgeon, Office and Residence, Corner of St. Paul and Mill Streets, i) Aulta, 8. GOWDY, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office over Pay Bro/c 6tori. Anitin, Minnesota. 52 P. THOBNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, OSkeo, 8outh Side of Pahtto 8qaaro, AUSTIN, 4yt MINNESOTA. JJR. W. L. HOLLI8TER, Corner of Mala aad Wtaoaa^BtTMta, Austin* Minnesota. No Caaaa. 7yl R. A. BARNES, M. D.f Physician A Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence. Mill St DR. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Bine Earth City, respectfully informs the ablie that ho has pcrmaaeatly LOCATED IN AU3TIN. iM tnr Solaer A Morgaa'a atom. dense, trst door oast ottfco PnbttoSehool hUMM prompflytoattoallslawoliaoofhis profcs sina. JUSTIN MILLS, The only flouring Mill 1 BNOL1 D. B. SMITH, AGRICULTURAL Am Machinery and Produce, in CO. Asthradt* and BihmSnoniOoal. Orders Solicited and Promptly filled. Proprtotdr Pionoor Coal Yard. 44yl AUSTIN. MINNES...

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. — 29 May 1873

The Condemned. Tbo caffol il in tbe distance stands, with welcome in its outstretched hands The gloom that in this cell is slut! Seems like the pall above the dead. The phantoms of tlie past arise, And chill me with their atony eyes But back, fhr back before their birth, Cotnes up a vision, scarce of earth. I was a child—pay, bold and frco, And never meant for nr ory I loved the sun, the air, iho light, •The stars that gemmed the peaceful night. I loved .the moon, whose silver beams Spoke of fond nianlmod's loving dreams I loved the days, whose hours were spent In plays, with duties 111 them blent,— The we«k», whose endings all were peacc. That told of life which ne'er shonld censo The years whose birthdays made me kir.g, With magic power oVr everything. With crown and sceptre strong and bright As ever seen by mortal knight, And will, defying even fate, So armed I seemed 'gainst barm or hate. Oh, boyhood's hours, so full of Joy1 Oh, boyhood days, without alloy! Oh, boyhood's faith, ...

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 June 1873

THE NEWS. At H«M«a Ex^lov. Inr^i litt accepted the appoint ment .rjIiQUtot to IfeMia. Tut printing of postal cards has been Bim­ pended because the card-board is not equal to the contract requirements. A snoui. Jury decided Geo. Francis Train to be sane, and be has accordingly been re­ leased. AT the Annual meeting of the Baptist Gen­ eral Association of Virginia, held in Richmond on Thursday, Her. Dr. Burrows, from the Committee on Memorial fund, reported cbout $2)0,000 collected, of whicli $200,000 has been contributed in Yirginia. Eighty thousand dollars have yet to be raised to complete tho memorial fund. Over $17,000 wen subscribed on the *pot. MABTIN BAIXIKOER droyo a team beneath a tree, near Williamsburg, Ind., on Thursday evening, during a heary thunderstorm.' The lightning struck tlio-tree, and instantly killed him, liis horses qpd dog. A (tENTtEMAN who has lived within eight mil™ of the Bender farm, Kansaa, and who bejped in cxhnming the dead bodies, came to Cedar Rapids,...

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 June 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HAEWOOD. Editor nd Pr&orietor. -AUSTIN. MINN.— TnUllSDAY MORNING, JUXE&.1S73. l«m»goguca. There is class of men who make politics a business. Tliey do nothing njse. They have no priucipcs which may not be accommodated to times and circainstances. They are like the Post Master who was told that upon the iu coming of new administration he would be obliged to go oat of office, because he differed in politics from the new order ot things. lie replied—*' should like to see the administration (hat can change its politics quicker than I can mine." That is precisely the position of ttase demagogues. They stand with a finger upon the publio pulse, and as soon as there is the least indication of a change in the eir culation, they prepare for the crisis. If high tariff is popular, they are its loudest advocates if proteetion is all thai is required, home industries oecu py all theif attention. If it be (he en croaehmeat of Monopolies,wholesale de­ nunciation is res...

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 June 1873

THE4 TRANSCRIPT A. A. 1ASW00D. Editor aadl%ristor. -AUSTIN. HINN- T1IUR8DAY MORNING, JUNE i, 1873. Ifhtn is CIM of men who make politics a bofiness. They do nothing Ahe. They have no priucipcs which nay not be accommodated to times and cifonmstattces. They are like the Post Maste* who was told that npon the in­ coming of a new administration he would bo obliged to go out of office, because he differed in politics from the new order of things. He replied—" 1 vhould like to see the administration that can change its politics qaioker than I can mine." That is precisely the poMtion of tlwae demagogaea. They stand with a finger upon the paMia paUa.and as soon as there lithe least iaiiioatioo ofaehaag* in the cir enlatkw, they prepare for the crisis. If high tariff ia popolar/thaj ere its loadsstadvocates if protection bell tWt is reqdred, hove industries occu­ py eUl their attention. If be the en- •weiatfca is resorted to as aetarelly as qaaeka take to blistering if it is the end labor, ...

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. — 5 June 1873

*$&?> BS •&£•&• fissC^feff «a'iw» •j* fv 3g£ ASfeSS""- •*&*«*« r^1W & TS«jM»£T U0Km*» JVVM 187* g*^r W a: am «f: *»,***, poHtkr a bariaeaa. TMy via nothing 4M. They have no principeswbie M| a* ha accommodated to times MI iilUMjinnii They ait llkethe Poet «W tola that-upon the in ©4f&~' 4 *$5 .«pii| ,«f-» i«t «imtamrntion he 0v4: Mail.N^jUWia potttksfrom the new order ot things. He replied-* 1 *«£&&!??* jrimbhl^ -^'1 tjat eah change Ha politico qihb X^cmi Hal ia precisely areile iaall iff iaadedtotfiol«i*t «e nadthey ate ta*ahfr||sii »r~ vhahatebaeatlM Mtei dt tha khorta* fV"!1! TT-TTT*. naewpeag, if¥ Z!^. •*Wa ,iiHrt('iTwtt"1t ftl* eheefc alwi, aUkkl-ilnHf IS Mi A» i#thUsisaaweprMHaaes -ll*jathe»h»iHtam a the traa aarvaata of the people hat la—alasithe pramoliaarf that tflt ef m§iMilisl aijfaaa) who, aaaqiia lila S W ^•4 kaPS^SEC 8WH|lis6iW-|eiiB l|iB faa^ waa largely lMy lighe aad miaistofiaiyiwff, daMia of Mi private !v ,» ririal elaetiai ef- the...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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