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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 June 1873

BUSINESS CABDI. N. WHEAT, M. D., Beaopathie Phyrician and Surgeon, OIH Mid Residence, Comer of St. Paul and Mitt Streets, •frl AmH«. jk a OOWDV, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Ofln over Day Bro.'« fitora. Austin. Min&eiota. P. THOBNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, OflMt South Bid* of PaMla IfaaNk AUSTIN, 4*1 J^R. W. L. H0LLI8TER, |Cimi«f]Ua aad WlaeasJBtreets, Austin* Minnesota. H* CAIN. R. A. BARNES, M. D„ Physician A Surgeon* County Physician, DR. Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office'at Residence, Mill St J. P. 8QUIRE8, late of Blue Kartk City, rospaetMIy tafonaa the pnblie that be kas r«iumt|f I,0CATEP1N AUSTIIf.~T vmeaereeSolBerAMergM'e Storo. JUst deaee, tret doer east of the Public Sehoel building, where he ssaybefoaadto attend prompts to aU ealls to the llae ef his profos SiAB. JUSTIN MILLS, The only Flouring Austin. Myt DB. SMITH, IWbrii A8BI0UITU1AL Farm Maekmtnr and Produce, Anthradto mil HtmnfaraOod. Orden 8olidUd and Promptly filled. Proprietor Pioneer Coal Yard. 4...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 June 1873

CHILDREN'S CORNER. Grammar. The "Comic Grammar1' sajrs: Remember, though box ID the plural makes boxes, The plural of ox Should bo oxen, not oxes." To whieh some one adds: And remember, though fleeco In the plural is fleeces, That the plural of goose Isn't" gooses nor gooses." Another: And remember, though house In the piural is houses, Tho plural of mouse Should be mice, and not mouses." —Children's Hour. Kim Tit Inns tboat Babltii A great many curious thing* happen to babies, in this round world of our*, tbat tho readers of Our Youne Folks probably nevorheard of. Ouo thing is—planting This is done by the mothers ot Guinea, and isn't half so dreadful as it sounds. The mother digs a hole in the ground, stands baby into it, and then aoks the warm sand about him to keep in place, as you would set out a rose* bush. It keeps him out ot mirahief, and he ean play in the sand while his mother works. All day long he stays in his odd orib, and at night when she is done with her work, he is d...

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. — 12 June 1873

THE NEWS. AtHmci *AQE« BIIOWH and Jennio Taylor wero drowned on Thursday while bathing in Cedar ltep Ida, near Waterloo, Iowa.' A TEBRIBLE calamity occnrrcd (o the faniil of Joseph Dalrymplo, of Harrison township, a Tew miles from Elkhart, Indiana, Wednesday evening. A yonng son of Mr. Dalrymplo set tiro to the straw tick of his bed while retiring, and tho rather went to hia rescue, lollowed by ,lho mother and a sister about 1!) years »ld. Mr. Dalrvmplo seized tho burning tick and rushed down stairs with it, leaving his family behind. EvcA'thing combustible was «et ou fire by the flaming bod shutting off the oRiossof uiotlu r, danghtor aud son, and be­ fore any assistance could bo rcudcred-they jH iighod iu the flames, which completely de­ stroyed the house. THE Massachusetts Seaato- lias-passed a b*ll ^appropriating flfty thousand dollars for the compfction of (ho Hoosac Funnel. Gov. 'WOODSON, of Missouri, will in a few days advertise the Missouri Pacilio ltailroad, to bo sold Deco...

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. — 12 June 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT 1 A» HAS WOOD. Editor ud PrCoristor. —AUSTIN, inMN.- THURSDAY MORNING, JUNK 12.1873. The Qoveraonhlp. A esTrespondciit of (he St. Paal IVm announces Judge Sherman Page, of this city, for Governor. Among (he acquaintances of the Judge, no doubt estate of hi* entire competency and fit MM for the poeUioo, hut we take the fibertj of laying, without having con aulted him, or learned his wiahee, that ire believe hie name was aonouocod with •at lii knowledge or eonaent,aad that he eo*d not be indooedto become a candidate. 8o far aa the people are concerned it ia probable that hia services upon the beoeh' will be of quite aa eigffal value ft i&iui, as (hey would be in any othor elation. Yet it is not easy to foresee how great nay be the demands of the publie, upon men poeeeaaing the char­ acter and talents of Judge Page. Candidates* *Kinn BBCKLBSS.—The Aastia JVAIU- «r(|riipNka of Qea. Jenaisoo IMNUT of •itlt Wiriiriai, andhi'npluitioa,U7i ki •li eknn to that nosittoa oil...

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. — 12 June 1873

•OaiNEIR CARDS. N. WHEAT, M. D., Bemospathlc Physioian and Surgeon, Ofln ud Residence, Cmw of St. Paul and Mill Streets, Myl AwUl, MiMWOte- S. GOWDY, M. P., Physician and Surgeon. OffM over Day Bro.'s 8tor* Austin, Minnesota. 1 P. THOBNHILL, M. D., S. Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Side of Public Square, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. jyt. W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Main and Winoae*8treets, Austin* Minnesota No CABDS. 7yl R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence, Mill St DR.EarthP. J. SQUIRES, late of Blue City, respeotftally informs the publio that he baa permanently LOCATED IN AU3TIN. (flee over Solner A Morgan's store. B«l deuce, first door eaat ot the PttWo 8^1 buiMiif, wherelie •e^-He pna|Uj to all sails in the line of hla profca eion. USTIN MILLS, The only Flouring Mill in Austin. Myl ENGLE A CO. T* B. SMITH, Dealer la AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Farm Machinery and Produce, Anthracite and Bituminous Coal. Orde...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 June 1873

An English Swallow Song. llio Rliocliiitifl,-in their sunny isle, Sant Hwallow songs to greet Hi ^Vi V^v 'r(: r°so8 ever smile. And all the skies arc sweet. "{*?. WOICOIUCB greet thy wing, lhat gladsome, twitfrinc cry, AMI down the river, bird .F spring, iuou aweepOBt glitt'tij-s by I A spcck that dims the living blue, A doth thou ^loivni .on.®a*1' liulit shot through The joy a of April's dreaiu. For inanv a day beside the flow waters may wo puss blossoms by the enrrout blow, No daisies atir tlio grass. The sitllon streams in eddies curl 'Neath clouds piled ridge o'or ridgo O, bliss wlien iirst in jinons whirl Thou tl:tshe«it routul the bridge! i'Vii-7 gleeful creature, on thy flight lVi-|Htual snnimer tends Egypt's hot sands tlion )iiil'st at night, lo ghul with mora old triends. 'l'o droit* o'er the drowsy wooil Dcncatli my roof to rcur In trnstlul guilt'lossiiuss thy brood lo skiiu the liiiod mere, Charming ino daily with thy wheels Above the murm'rous lime Soothing uiv fancy til...

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. — 19 June 1873

THE NEWS. Al llome. HOBTON'S swindling operations in Now York amount to S75,0Q0. THE Columbus Bank, at Chatham village. Mow York, has suspended. JOUN JENMIKQS, chief of a band of robbers in West Virginia, and his wife, wore murdered by a band masked men a few days since. S. H. RICUAUDHON «T Co., of St. Louis, com­ mission merchants, have suspended. TUB salo of tboroush-brotl stock by 8. B. Whipple, of Situ Mateo, Cal., aggregated one hundrcJ and twenty thousand dollars. SEVENTEEN interments lit Memphis, Friday, against 19 tho day before. THE woolon mills of Edoo & Brierly, at Mil­ ton Mills, N. Y., were buruad on Friday. Loss $75,000 to $100,000. A I.ABOE and elegant dwelling, belonging to Edward Dunningon, located nine ntilos south of Jacksonville, 111., was struck by lightning on Monday night and damaged to* tlio Extent oi ."oino $1,500. No ono killed, but several persons were badly injured. 'J'UE Postmaat«»r-6eneral baa ordered a sta­ tion of tho Chicago Postoffico to lie est...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 June 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. 1ABW00D. Bditer ufl Pfowiatw. -AUSTIN, vm.- THURSDAY MORNING. JUNB19.1873. Mr. Jenalioa. •In OWIMI of two weeks ago, we Mid,, reftrring to the withdrawal of Governor Austin from the political field, It seetna to ua, if Jonoison would look at the matter as it is seen by al­ io oat everyone else, that lte would cease to be candidate for Secretary of State." This excites thf ire of the Secretary, and he retorts upon ua by saying that the Journal of the Senate, of the Ses­ sion of 1872, was not in all respeets, perfect, although, he declares the As sistant Secretary was paid for keeping a full an£eorreet Journal, and that we were paid also for revising and correct­ ing it. If Mr. Jennison ever heard of a Legislative Journal being ttrietly ac 9*rat*, SOBS vague report has reached his ears which never gained general eireulktioa. He tried to do us a left band favor last winter, and when the members of the eenate were canvassing the question o! officers for the session,...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 June 1873

tminm «ABDS. N. WHEAT, M. D., Homopathic Physician and Surgeon, QBct nd Residence, Corner of St. 2'aul and Mill Streets^ Mjrl Auatlu, Hinnewti. P. THORNHILL, Physician and Surgeon, OOce, Sonth 814* of Public Square, AUSTIN, *yl MINNESOTA. 1) R. W. L. HOLLISTER, •Comer of Main and WinonajStreets, Austins No CAUDS. Minnesota. Tjl R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician A Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence, Mill St. J. p. SQUIRES, late of Blue Karth City, respectfully informs lb« public that ho has permanently LOCATED IN AUSTIN. ('(Boo over Solner A Morgan's store. R«i 4onoo, first door east ot the Public School building, where ho may bo fbundto attend promptly to all calls in tho lino of his profes­ sion. J^USS B. DAVIS, General Agent Home Life Ine. Co, far Southern Mlimols iuii XvMKT" OBos, 1st Door 8s4*ho( OsutHsiae. 11 Austin, Minnesota. JUSTIN MILLS, Tht only Flouring Mill in Austin. BNGLB CO. TT) B. SMITH, Dsalsr la AGRICULTURAL IMFLEKEHT8, Farm M...

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. — 19 June 1873

CHILDREN'S COltKEK. At Night. BY W. ALLINOIIAH. Do all your sleeping at night, at night, I or tliori nitldy-noildy is right, right But awulto yon nmst keep, Ami it wuu't do to s'ecp III the middle of broad daylight, light, lit the middle of broad daylight. The sun at tlie end of tho day, the day, Takes his king of all caiullcH away, away Tho curtain on high Is drawu over tho sky, And the stars keep Hi rough if they may, uiay, The stars and uioon if they may. Tliore's the curtain of night over all, all There's our own window curtain, so small, small And, least in their size, Over (Emily's) eyes, Her eyelids for curtains will fall, fall, Those fringed little curtains will fall. She kneels at tho fide of her bed, her bed, And softly lu prayer* are said, said Now a kiss, my dear Come, augels, near, Aud k«ep watch round my darling's lioad. —•Houaehoid Magazine. Walter and lh« Rarcn. MART HOWIXT. An old knight had a little daughter called Gertrude: and his brother be­ ing dead he took to ...

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. — 26 June 1873

•WWW** 7H«:N ,r i' At Home. DAVID UOSI, an old resident of Wheeling, W. Va., committed snicide on Tuesday niglit HENRY QriirhioixAxn, sis weeks in thin countfj |¥om ilwontx 6ompauj,» l)iiil(|n| Qjytiul Jluvidjit^ Mitfh., Mft'ilnoi* ami wai killed. AT Vloomingtou, IIU- wtooatly, -f IxricK Woliler named llaiikin molded 14,000 eanded bricks, tliroo in a molJ..in tUirtiicuJuuuiLiUicLj-j forty minutos. ffm. Van Hchoick offers a challenge of $1,000 VESSELS or upward that tlio icat •annot be excelled. I^fl«etpn, W©dHeafIax morning, an aetklgni. €»cfcun«Ml it th« Njly Yard, tluo^h hej liKtnoo'ol an employe, which is a&cndodwith a loa of $30,000 io the government. Firos were built «y4ir-foiirboiWi(B wittont'OratSM* ting water iifto iliem. The tires were with drawn as soon a* puwilibi bntnoVqntcfr enongh to prevent the ruin of two boilers, whii« the others will have to b* overhauled to ascertain if thoy liavo not been rendered wartWpM. -r .. vTragwhsaf lilfvest haa.Loeif ooiumcuced in Jer...

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. — 26 June 1873

TVH6 N EW8. At II ii PAVII MOSS, an old resident of Wheeling, W. Va., committed suieido on Tuesday night IIKNKY QI'INTHOI.L.VND, six weeks in thin cuunir^,t«s|l from tbo eWiiix Compani'g buildjyg at Gtiiud ltupidd,- Mich., Weducs day, anil was killed. AT lilooniingtou, li!., reeeully, hrick mnMer named Itaukia molded 14,(100 caudcd bricks, throe in a mold, in tliirtueu Jiouts and forty minutes. Win. Van Selieick oilers a challenge or #1,010 or upward that the Jcat •aimot be excelled. l.\ Uoston, Wednesday morning?, an accident occurred at the Natj- Yard, tluoygh thq neg ligi'iicuol an employe, whieh is attended with alosi of $,'{0,000 the government. Fires were built, nuU-w four boilers without tirst'lot­ ting water in"to them. The lirts were with­ drawn :is soeii as pomtbh^ fcnt not quick onou-li to prevent the ruiu of two boilers, while the others will have to bo everlr.ittletf to iiscvi tain tiny liavo not been rendered wqnlijpss. .. wheat harvest has been cotumeuccd in Jersey, M...

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. — 26 June 1873

A I II LU Most*, an «lil resident of Wlit-elmi VJI., conimittid suicidu KII Tui-sit.iy I lle.NKY 1 Jl1 iyTHi'1.1. \n i», «ix weeks iu this country, fojl from fbe Unmix CJt»ni|j:iio"«* buildjug at Urn ml llapidtt, Mich., Weiluua •l-iy, and was killed. AT II!., recently, a L»rick lUoller named KaiiKiii mi-lded I I,000 sanded brieUs, Unci, 11: a in old, iii tbirlccu hours and flirty mi liti s. Wm. Van Si-lioiels otVeis a chnllcii t- n!' nr lipw.'id tir.it tlio nut, aumiot lio ex.vlleil. l.\ Huston, Weiiucsdny iiioruitix, an accident (ioctin-oil at the Navy Yard, ttirou^li the tic^ ligcticuol an mplo.vc, wliicli i, attended with ali'st nt «:M,(i(i(i Hi,. j,(i\vn)in'nl. Fires were limit itud ir four l-oiioi's wit liiiut lirst let tin water into tin in. Tin. I'm were with­ drawn :is soni as possible, but not quick enough to prevent the rain it' two boilers, while 111.- others will have to ho i.viThauled to asivitatu if they liavii not been remleitil worihj^'ss. W a a in Jersey, JMu'ii»-u....

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 June 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HABWOOD. Btitss aai -AOTTXH. IONS- THUBSDAY MOBNIN0, JUKI». ISTI. BfpikltoM Halt DllllfMWHtte eeeee FfllkfOfi UMMtN Gvaal Ne%dow.« Cw««U«. The Fourteenth Annual Republican State CtQTtntiM will bi held it 8t. Paul, Wednesday, the 16th day of Ju Ij, 1873, at 12 M., .for the purpoee of nominating Mndiditei fbr the following fgon, to be flW at the nest General JSleetfaw: AOTBBROB, LIBUT. GOTBBBOB, 8BCBBTABT OF 8TATB, STATB TBBASUBBB, and ATTOBBBY GBBBBAL. The apportionment of delegates to Mover eonntj is seven. County Contention. A BepaMtcan CMTNUM will ho heldatthe CoartHoase, la thedty of Aastia, on Wlo Jafr lllh. 1ST* et e'eieeh. r. for the wfwrf eieetiagr delegates Itaaa State Coataatloa, to ki Ml at St Jill ltth, 1S7I. Towas an ea titled te eeptessntetlen fcl the hasis of enefsr Iowa, am the Will «f M« fir e«esy twwj votes sett it the IMI Autii Cltj— III Wlrt..mw nrd.rn.HM Anstln ton LIBAJhinmneoooo* Sash ether IwlaMHUHjiepevlF COM before the Ceavontioa will he...

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. — 26 June 1873

*US1NE«S CARDS. N. WHEAT, M. D., Smnpithio Physician and 8urgeon, Offlcs and Residence, Comtr of St. Paul and MiU Streett, «Sji Amelia, P. THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Oflei, Soath Side of Publie 8quare, AUSTIN, jl MINNESOTA. jQR. W. L. HOLLISTER, ^Corner of Main and WinonaJjStreets, Austin* Minnesota. No CMM. 7yl R. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician A Surgeon, County Physician, Pension Surgeon, And Coroner. Office at Residence, Mill St DR. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue Earth CUY, respectfully informs the pablio that he has permanently LOCATED IN AU3TIN. Cflee oraf Bolnar A Morgan's store. Besi denee, flrst door aast of lha Publio School balldiag, where ha- mny be fauod to attend prrapUy to all calls in the Bun of his profes­ sion. B. DAVIS, Qimnl Agiiit Horn# Life Ins. Co, fisr Ssathsrn MlaaaaaU aad Nertlioralbwe*-. OSss.lstBcsrtsuthsf OseH U-ly Anstia, JUSTIN MILLS, The only flouring Mill Auetin. Dealer ia AOIIGDiTUKAL Farm Machinery and Arodvee, Anthracite and Bituminons Coal...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 26 June 1873

THK CHILDREN'S COBNER. The Twllltri TIIBSE verses aro credited to the cel bratedDr. Wallis: Whoa a twiner a twisting will (wist him a twist, For tli? twiuea of his twist lio tbrco times doth ontwfst But if ono of tho twiuo.s of tlio twist do un­ twist, Tlic twiuo that untwistetli, untwistetli tho twist. Untwirling thu twiuo that .twistoth be­ tween. Ho twists with his twister tho two in a twine Thou tluico haviug twisted th twiuoa of tho twine, FTo twichoth the twines lie had twisted iu vain. The twain that, in twisting boforo in the t,vino, As twiiK's were intwistod ho now doth un­ twine, Twixt tlit twain intertwisting a twiuo mora between. He, twi«tinfi liis twister, makes a twist of tho twiue. A Uhosl Slaty of lowsdayt. .. BY ALICB CAMERON. Rap! rap! Come in!" cried Daisy. Knock, knock, knock!" ." Come iu! Friend, do go to tho door a&d let those children in my doll won't sleep' a wink." .. Pound, pound, jiound!" Yes, I'm coming in- a minute," said Friend, running across the r...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 26 June 1873

TUB CHILDRESS CORKElt. Tlie Twintcr. THESE verso.s arc credited to the col­ li ratod Dr. Wallis: When a twiner a twisting will (wist liim a twist. For the twines of liis twi-tt lie three times doth cut wist Hut if ono of the twiuo of tlio twist «lo un­ twist, The twiuo lliat untwistctli, uutwistctli tlie twist. UntwirliiiK the twine that twistetli be­ tween, lie twists witb his twister the two in a twino Ttieu tinii'c having twisted tk twines ol' the twine. Ho twieh etii the twiii'Jb be bad twisted in vniu. Tin' twain that, in twisting before in the .vine, Aa twines were uitwiatoil liu now doth un­ twine, "Twixt tin'twain intertwisting a twine inula between, lie, t»i.-tiiiH bid twister, makes a twist of the twiue. A tihosi story or Nowailayt. BY ALIO: CAMKHON. Kap! rap! Conic in!" ericd Daisy. Knock, knock, knock!'' Come iu! Friend, do go to tlio door and let those children in my doll won't sleep a wiuk." l'ouud, pound, pound!" Yes, I'm coming in a minuto," &iid Frieud, running ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 26 June 1873

TJIE CORNER. Tim Tivlskr. Tiresr, vorscs are croilitoil to the ool brntod. Dr. Wallis: Winn si tuinvr a twisting will twist liim a twist, For the twinpo of his twist liuthrcu tinii'siliitli cut wis! Hut if olio o£ the twiuo- of the twist ilo un­ twist. The twine that untwistcth, uutwistoth the t» i^t. Uiilu irlin: the twine thilt 11 .twistcth he twe.u, lie twists with Iris twicer the two in a twiuo Then tin ice having twisted th twiuea ol the tivine. ITo twie'uth the twines he hail twirteil iu vain. The twain that, 11If, I twisting before in the As twin, were liitwiatoil he twine, "T«l\l now iloth nii- lie tn.iiii illicitwistin hctWeOll, a twine nioiw He, ti-11 Ihis twisti r, mal^s twist of the twiuc. A iiliusi sitii-y «t' KowuiUyn. BY ALICE CA.MKUON. Hap! rap! "Conic in!" iTtril Uuisy. Knock, knock, knouk!"' Come in Friend, do go to the door and let llioso children in my doll won't sleep a wink.'' l'ouud, pound, pound!" Yes, I'm coming in a minuto," said Friend, running across the ...

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 July 1873

I ft- .:r THE NEWS. a HE fifteenth Conunoncemcnt of the Uni­ ve it of a go as II I MIH A class i)f sixteen graduated, among them llyron L. Alrfrieh, of La Crosse. Tin: Northwestern University, at. Evanston, III., hold iU annual commencement Thursday afternoon, a class ot sixteen graduating. Tr. C. A. Fowler, tho new I'fusuloiit of the North­ western. was lot-mullv inaugurated. The trustees, at tln ir election to-day, elected Miss Francis K. Willard, or the Women's College, lY..fossor of vHstlielies with a salary of $1, •S'10, and an increase of $200 per year until it reach 12,400 Henry 8. Carvart,Prof«« ,s.-r of Pli.vsic* Prof. II. F. Fisko, of Lima, N. V.. Principal of tlio Preparatory Department, wiih a salary of #2,400 per aniinm Robert L. funnier, Professor of Elocution. H. DAXIKLS' banking liouso at Wilming­ ton, 111., lias failed lor $275,000. HIS ^RAIU crops of Utah aro very proiuia I»R% HE celebrated Emma Mining Company, of Utah, is bankrupt deficit eight hundred and forty t...

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. — 3 July 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT l. i. Hi&WQOD, Editor uA Pnori*tor -AUSTIN. MINN.— THTfUSDAY MORNING, JULY 3,187S. WrfiMicaa Stale C«iw«»l»n. The Fourteenth Annual Republican State Convention will be held at St Paul, Wednesday, tho 16th day of Ju­ ly. 1873, at 12 M„ for the- purpose of nominating eandidates for the following offices, to be filled at tite next General JEleotion: GOVERNOR, LIEUT. GOVERNOR, SECRETARY or STATE, STATS TREASURER, and ATTORNEY GENERAL. The apportionment of delegates to Bower county is seven. Gafcerimterlal. Fully six months have aHapsed siaoe the canvass for Governor assumed aa aggressive attitude. The merits and demerits of tile respective candidates have teen very fully, and we may say, dispassionately discussed. Until re* eeatly, but two eandidates have been In the field. J&x-Lieut Governor Arm strong, and HOD. W. D. Washburn. Other Mines an tued, but we think without any signal public fhvor. That the choice liea between the gentlemen mentioned, seems quite appa...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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