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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 31 July 1873

E N E W S At Home. MOMABCK, of Rutland, won ths interna­ tional wrestling match with Cojwland. of Cau­ da, ou Tuesday. A NOHWEOIAX named Ostnotd was ran over t* a train near Madison, Wi»., and billed, whilo stooping on a railroad track in an intoxi­ cated condition. THa Texas cattle forcr, which broke out in Davica county, in the northern portion of Missouri is spreading. A. Kiddor, on the Hannibal and St. Joseph Ruitroad, in Caldwel comity, over two hundred head of native cat tie have died in the paat week. There ia great oxcitrmeot and much indignation felt against tho importers of Texas cattle, who have violated the law by bringing them in during the ttpriug and summer months. HE Kansas trotter Smuggler, after boing ouo year in training, has made a milo in 8:19*. THE first cargo of wheat waa shipped from Ban Francisco last week. CIDR ISBAXLW. PSKMIS waa drowned at West Point, Tuesday, while in bathing. Pen nil,represented the Fifteenth Congressional District of Illinois. A Dirnsu...

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. — 31 July 1873

cui'y latere it, tftE TRANSCRIPT I J"K "r -AUSTIN. MINJT.- tr-—r —_ ___others—3I:iritot)an prisoners—lor ten], A. A. HAKWCOP. E-'Uor t.al Frosrietor. lias Iutii tlciiirtl in cacli o.tsr TIIU KSDAY MOUMN'li, .I1I.Y 31, ^7:1. Political. t\fE publish clswliere a canrlid state Blent of what was dono by the uici'tinj* at lirownil:tl*N last Saturday. 1V pe­ rusing it, the reader will get a «nrf.tr view of the purposes of that gathering •—nothing more. Hie jil.it farm adopt­ ed is a nit re yt'Hcruliiy, and promises nothing but a transfer of political pow er. That a stream cannot rise higher than its source, is a proposition of such self-evident truthfulness, that it is ac­ cepted as an axioui. Thi movement at liiownsuale did not originate with the people, nov in their interest. It was neither attended, er recognised by by tlieui. lleuce, they most tmphati- as one of those impu­ dent and unauthorized efforts, of mero politicians by which they seek nothing bat personal advantage at whatever ...

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. — 31 July 1873

t! Vi BVSSKEHS CARDS. J" N. WHEAT, M. 1)., HomccpRthio Physician and Surgeon. Ofliee aul Kcsidcnoc, V»rncr of St. Paid and Mill Streets, 1 AunMii, WlMBCiOt*- T. TIlORNHILIi, M. D., s. Physician and Surgeon, Offlce, South Side of Publio Square, AVSTIN. 4jl MINNESOTA. pit W. L. IIOLLISTER, ^Corner of Main and Winona]|Str*et», Austin* Minnesota. No Cards. JJ A. BAltNES, M. D., Physician, & Surgeon, COUNTY PHYSICIAN, PENSION SURGEON, AND CORONER. Officeat Residence MillstI r7j. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue Earth City, respectfully informs the publio that he has permanently LOCATED IN AUSTIN. ffiee over Solner A Morgan's store. Resi first door oast ot the Pnblio School building, where he may b» found to attend promptly to all sails in the line of his profes­ sion. 0 H. WAGONER, M. D., Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Ottee and residence—First house west of the School house, Spring Valley, Hinn. 23tf JJUSS B. DAVIS, General Agent Home Life Ins. Co, for Southern Minnesota and Northern I...

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. — 31 July 1873

il -•r istfnAM. I wilipaint you a mj,h, runi-aollcr, A*Ms&ejwxs,'i Than over yoi).liji«I before. I will paint With tlx- skillbra As you wait for that fair young bor, Juxt in the inorn of manhood, A mother'* pride and joy. He haM no thought of stopping. Hut ,vou greet him with a smito. And you seem so blitlie and friendly That be pauses to chat awhile. I will paint you again, rum-seller I will naint y6u as yon stand With a foaming plana of liqnor Holding in either hand. Ha wavers, bnt yon urge him DrinkI pledge me jnst this one I" And he lifts tlm glaos and drains it, Aud the hellish work ia done. Aud.I uext will paint a drunkard. Only a year ha* flow a, But into tbia loathsome creature The fair young boy has grown. The work was quick and rapid I will paint him aa he lies In a torpid, drunkcu slumber, Under the wintry akiea. I will paint the form of the mother A« she kneela at her darling's side— Her beautifttl boy, that waa dearer .. ,Thau all Uio world beside. I will paint 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. — 7 August 1873

*7 5 kngl^imon, who hud rnatwlf wffhkfrunc1o% #110,on btinRdis covered by bit unele in a hiding pl»co on Lud­ low street, New York, it©! «*1 '"f instantly. The wife threatened »uicidfc, aSd drew a pistol. In the scuffle for ila poaseaaion it was discharged, wounding herselt seriously.. CHOLERA has fjfltokcn out in fall force In Garni i, im:- tfrfSKWlhiNu twenty-four hours. A TF.*a^t»rse «tef waa shot and 'killed *t Ok .lona, Clarke couuty, Arkansas, on Thurs­ day. A LARGE building on Lowis street, in East Boston, uaed.'far storage pnrpusf iai ara bonded jtaiN|!«usc, wssr burned Thursday. Loss over? 180,000. ABOUT twenty of the, cffiplojjesjjk MmPitta-, burg, Fort Wayno and Chicago road were ar­ rested Thursday, for stealing goodf passing over the line. £•"*. #1 ^f A Burac irfto-oe VIRR a|rosS the "Vingo%rT River at Atchison, Sinm, 1,177 feet long be v4#*r-. *ry, FBAXK FCITOH, a young nan in the employ ol the. Qr^tq Coipanyr Ex-Yicx-PaKSiniaT COLFAX and hia wife andl«ff%r »t»»p sold ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 7 August 1873

A T1 *.«•) -J8'• Hint, SaKMreic| MAUS, thl*$ A ^pang Mormon, who had run 4wi$ with bis uncle's wife, 011 being dis­ covered by liia uncle in a hiding place on Lad* low street, New York, shot himself and died instantly. The wile threatened suicide, and drew pistol. In the scuffle for it* possession it was discharged, wounding hersilt seriously, OHOLF.UA lias broken out in full force in Ga rini, ^Xad. Eight NUatlia in twonty-lour hours. A TEXAS horse thief was shit and killed ft Ok ilotia, Clarke comity, Arkansas, oil Thill s •lay. A i.Muif. buildiii^ on Lewis street, 111 East iinstall, ustxi. for storage purposes aud ass bonded warehouse, was burned Thursday. Loss over WK),000. ABOUT twenty of the employes of the Pitta burg, Fort Wayno aud Chicago road wore ar­ rested Thursday, lor stealing goods passin over the lino. .- 4 A BRIDGE is1 to Ihs brtift 8CT0KH the Missouri fiver at Atchison, Kausas, 1,277 lect long be twen't|i 2 FRANK FULTON, a young man in tho employ of tho MratlePfti^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. — 7 August 1873

a jAt Home. FasraRic'L HN, a spang Mormon, who hnd run ftwt$ with bis uncle's wife, on being di» covorod by his unclo in a hiding placo on Lud low street, New York, shot himself nnd died instantly. The wi(o threatened suicide, and drew pistol. In the scuffle for its ponsossion it was discharged, wonnding hermit seriously. CHOI.KUA LIAS iroku out in full force in mni,*Hnd. r^htNkatliain twouty-four liotirs. .V TKXAU' horso thiof WAS shot and killed »L Okdoiui, Clarke county, Arkansas, on Thuie iv. A I.AIIOK bnildiiij,' on Lewis street, in East linston, UHtid. fur gUn-ago purpose*and ss a loiiiiUd wac«4iou8e, was burned Thursday. Loss over 100,(100. ABOUT twenty of the employes of the Pitts­ burg, Fort Wayne and Chicago road wore ar­ rested Thursday, for stealing goods passing over the lino. THE south building of the Nbrwieb, Conn., bleaching and cleansing works *Mburned on Friday, Loss #73,100 insured. A LKTTEB from Fort Black, Toxas, says fo­ rays of the Indians are increasing to an...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 7 August 1873

THE MEW8. A FnEDKitics MAUN, run THE marine^"" A nuk^ (fi THE CHOLERA THK ON THE Since a young Mormon, who hnl nway with bis uncle's wife, on being dis­ covered liv Ilia uncle in a hiding low Mtri'Ot, place on Lud­ New York, shot himself and «lie*l instantly, '''ho wile threatened suicide, ami drew a piafol. lu the scuffle fir its possession it win discharged, wounding hcrsi It seriously. I'mii.r.KA ltrolirii "lit ill full force in C.iinni, Inil. Kight deaths in twonty-fom lmur. A TIXAS horse thief was shot AMI killed I't Olidotia, i'l.uUe entity, Ai Kansas, on Thuis d.iv. i.\n«ii-: liiil.liiii,- oil I.ewis vt-reet, in Kllst r,n^toii, used for storage purposes and as a 'inli il warehouse, was burned Thursday. 1. .ss over''«100,1100. Aliol' l' twenty of tlie employes of the l'itts burg, Fort Wayne and Chicago road were ar­ rested Thursday, for stealing goods passing over the line. A iiitiixiE is to be hrtiit across the Missouri ISner at Atehisou, Kausas, 1,277 tcet long le tn, on thO...

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. — 7 August 1873

& •2 H1- i'f ,". HBaBsesos THE TRANSCRIPT A AklAKWOOOf BJfae ud Frevietor. -•mar. icnro.- TBUBSDAY *0**1*0. AUG. U73. HFDLLIOYUR 8TAT2 TZCZS7. fill MflMHi CUSUMAN DAVIS, et lUmsey. lilt HTIMtt. ALPH0N80 BA&TO, of Sutras. f« MMMBT IT niTI, 8. F. JSNNISOV, uomiuatel for this cAee. bat kaewiag kiss terbe ea«t Iter the |nt11n -1"1' fT* lit n«n nuHui. HONS QUINAGR, of Freeborn. www mwm*» 0S0B0S P. W1L80N, *f Wfoooa. MWCATMVAI*. KTKIFALOF IUJ.IMI. WE H«*« vtfte*, least, seventy dietriet schools, ul aol few of them a eecood lime, ifch ftwrri, «M| other tWage, in*, ftstfeiet At «Hj portion of tW wvtial Mlittnfiig SSfc—j,*B iwyrf iw* Uwa lMr UMl (to naaber nparttd to to B« fwhtwi—t hot ywr «4 seeoBd» tkl Msg tke leet whoolwrnth (Jolj) tee oeereeljr «qwlW niyi «f that la the •oaths of May UIJIM. We" were at Ant iaelined to attvSbota thk aoat asttaordiaarj NJ —fertaaata euoaaelsnoo to more BOOM fcAof qaaBlotfioa.er.tooo-eaeglact oa the partof teachers, bat the rafter ahtj of the dlBenl...

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. — 7 August 1873

•MIRBU CABDI. J. WHEAT, M. N S2yt Ai D., IW Oom er of St. end MM Struts, P. THORNHILT, M. D.( Physician and Surgeon, OOMk 8oalh Side of Pablte S^aais* AUSTIN, yl MINHISOTA. PR. W. L. HOLLISTKR, tCiiawefMate aad Austin* Minnesota. XtfiaM- 7yl A. BARNES, M. D., Physician, 6 Surgeon, COUNTY PHYSICIAN, PENSION SURGEON, AND CORONER. O JXlceat Residence Millet! DR.J.haCky,]_ P. DAVIS, Central Agent Horns lift liw.Cs, tor SMtkm Wimrtiai* IMhmbm. OBss,lstlm*losfk«f tart u-u JUSTIN MILLS, The only Rowing Mill in SOyl IMU 4 CO. B. SMITH, ifiUOQlTUIIl Farm Mukmery and fVWag, Anthracite and RttmifiensOoel, Orders Solicited ai Promptly filled Proprietor Pioneer Coal Yard. 44yl AUSTIN. MINNB80TA. J. VANVALKENEUROH, Produce Dealer, YY GALLOWAY, Avimr, vnnr. Opooeries A Provisions. Also— Agent fe* tbe It Flow, aanufae tnl itMUanb, lad. dStf MANSFIELD HOUSE, (Tuawlj Central.) AUSTIN, MINN., CoL J. A. MANSPItLD, Prop-let or. Clsaa beds, squa fcrewu niar, H4MMMU 1JIHE CUDDY HOUSE, Austin, Minn. M. J. ...

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. — 7 August 1873

CHILDREN rOR Anfel. •faA- 7AMBMO.'CLARK.* Come to my weary heart, wand'ringfrbirf doty, Spirit tbaji guarded. my pathway in youth-?- Inou liaat betn with me whon nlcasurca were neeinp SiW'rinc thp night-time of sorrow with love, Floating liRalighf thMagti 4ho etouda of my Laimm Come,|p. \ac, pow, from thy dwoUiqg^ abovo. Conio to my conch when tho wide-world re­ poses, Wavo thy wliito Wings o'er tho visions of ni*ht5 Bost on my hopes like the (low on tho roses. Bring all the budding ones forth to the lignt. True as the stars o'er tho mountain storiu playing— Faithful through trial, temptation and pain, Thou hast bceu truo wbou my spirit was stray ins, Come, ana I never will grieve thee again. llw'i UiUc.QIrl, BY UABY HARTWKU*. Corao out here, Qeorge Burks. Put that £lass (town—can't wait a minnte. Busiueia partioolar—oonoerus the com­ pany. "JJo.wI'vo got jou by the arm, boy, I want to tell yoa something. Then 1! yon Vant to gojbaok .to that saloon, yon may. I don't often meddlein o...

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. — 7 August 1873

CHILDREN'S COKS My^nnrdlnn Angel. JAMEH 1. OLAltK.- Conic to mv weary heart., wand'ring from lntv, Spirit that KunnU'd. my pathway in youth— tonic bi.^ho bqpmg of the KlAriiiud lieattty. Mmje (lira ^0111 thnlis stf«K! liiiK for frntfi. llum hunt lieon with mo when DK':IHUTCH '.vero Silv ring the uiglit-tipic of narrow with love, I'loutmp Ukff lifjUt tluOBgli tlio cloiuta of inv boiug— Conn' u» u-if, pow, from thy dwelling above. I'ojiu- to 111 (Miu'h wtion tho wuU'-worhl re­ alises. Wave thy white wings o'er tho visions of liiiilit Rest (in my hopes like tho dew on the rosea, IJriu!* all the ImiUlingone* forth to the light. True as the Mars o'er tho mountain btonn playing— Kaithfiil through trial, temptation ami pain. Thou hast hei 11 tnio wlieu my spirit was strnyint!, Ci'ine, and I never will grieve theo again. SIIII'M i.iii.le Girl. 1IV MAKY IlAKTWEIiTj. ('i)ino out. here, Goorge Burks. Put that_ «lown—can't wait a inimtto. liiisinefw particular—concerns the com­ pany. Now I've g...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 August 1873

'i a£ & 1 N E W S !*£M. '4 4t Horn* llcr^it Worcester, Mas*., Were on Thnraday lined $10 nn«l costs, scnlenocd to tho llonso of Correction hx eix -months,* and to $ 1,0(M) bail not lo vlolato the la* tor'» joar. A uow occurred in Warren county, Ky., last week, in which Wm. Shires was oliot through tho arm. instable Howard attested to »t«p^l|« tightrwluu be"*'a» attbbedtwice 1^ \y«h. Lark, rho~ ftf Hie cotitestanti. Anotlis* n» constable nauR-jl fftighl was struck in the foreTica«fxvit!i rock, inflicting a wound, from the ofleets which he licdla«t night. How artl's wounilMN'Hot fitaL liiio RIIF.U AHSKSK, principal of St. Joseph's gAMMiMDjr^ is?ti,'tu Cincinnati, fcaa dleap ieaie^ wlUi'* buxom servant girl and Wiliiam rotors' naw-mill 91,800 ^fu loiisin to the institution. He WM Iftnt lit .ml from in MarjUud.-' ATBay City, Mich., Wednesday, a flro In bnincd tho mill and WM. 1)01) the cult works to tho ftxtout ol 11,000. Tho "J'" waaoUhaiul valpcdM 115,000,,without XhtfsalC works W...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 14 August 1873

E N E W S '"t f. V''' jj Ilom®.. »i ^ix bt'cr*»'lU'is»"» »t Worcester, Mass., wire on Thursday lined $10 and costs, sentenced to tin- I louse of I'orrestrou toreix months, and in $1,(ii)i) IniI not to violate the l»w ft»r a your. A uow occurred in Warren county, Ky., last Wick, in which Wm. Shirrs was wliot through ho arm. JSi\stalIe Howard attempted to »t«|the light,-whi he was etobliod twice hy NVDI. Lark, on- Sf tin- contestants. Aiu.tlinr ertiwtiihle named Wright was struck in the Foi'chi'ait with rt'i'li, inflicting a wound, front till elVects which he died la.-t night, llow uiil- wuumU-tU't* not fatal. l'iitTi!i:ii AH.SCSK, principal of St. Joseph'# gAMMJetuy.for loyn, in Cincinnati, has di«ap •neai-c.d with-a buxom servant girl And 91,9(10 T, l..,i^ti to the institution. llo wan last lit till I'roui in Mui vliuul. Ar liav City, Mich., Wednesday, a tjro in Wilii.uu t'et. s' -saw-mill hut nod tlio milt and ,so(i.i'Oi» tViii)ftiHijli{'r gn (ho dock*, ilatunjriiig the t-alt works...

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. — 14 August 1873

E N E W S A Six brt'MrlliTit-nt Worcester, Mass., were mi Tliumlay lined $10 ami cost*, Hciiteiioed l« tin 1 Imisn nt'tNun etiuu tin- six mcmtlis, o»«' i, -1 .nun |i iil nut to violate the luw for a far. A li'iw inviirlt-d in Wnrriii enmity, Ky.. l:i"t •-\i 1, in wliirli Will. Shires was uhot tlneunh 'lie arm. OKnstalle Minv.ml at tempted to -lo| Ukj li^ht, when ho was Htablu'd twiec ly Win. l.arU. oil" (it tlic eoiiUstniitH. Another eoiiwtaMc named Wright wan struck ill thr toivluml i111 a in.-lv, inltu tinu a unmid, from til. I), is which he licit la-1 ui^lit. Kuw­ ait!'. We Minis lint fatal, t:11 in An.-i.Nr. |rniri|: TW'IMU-. SKKIOL'S of St. Joseph's ..lYcatami.v tor l'oyn, 'iiicMiinuti, lias clieap isc\l wit.lt Imxniii servant girl nnd $1,300 T, !,ur:iii I,i tl:c institution. He wa» la«t in .i.i I nun in Mankind. Ar Ila t'il, Midi., Wcilue-sdn*', tiro in W i• f.iin l'cl s' s.iw-iitill binned tho mill ami .Miii nil) in Df lun^her yn tho docks, damaging til. -alt works to the ext...

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. — 14 August 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT A. 1.IARWOOD. Biitsr sal Piesrtttew -atjstih. msir- THURSDAY MMUNXT6, AVB. 14. 1§73. smsuoiir STATS TICUT. MTiinii CU8HMAN K. DAVIS, of Ramsey. MS LISVTHUar aoTMUTOB, ALPHONSO BARTO, of 8t«arns. fOB KOUTitT «f STAYS* 8. P. Jinnison, wu nominated for Ikli e«oe,but huowlng lite Mb* Mil for the position, we shall aeeall proper bhui it to pnwl hit eloetioa. arm nuiim, 1ION& QBINAGR, of Freeborn. AtYMMBT HMUi OEORQB P. WILSON, of Winona. r*utt«u. Vm all that, na bo disoerned, it Mff MNH.IMI OTldOBk*thal thCM will Im uek larger republican vote lIow«f oonntj, it the ttuingtltttioB, (hnlbmkMmrbiM rtiojfprin on oat. Sorwal eaotet eonspire to jiodoN Mok nsnll Tho^bold and of oortain party bolder*, it dUhr* Ml parts of Ife State, baa aerrei to •walna, la tha dominant party, a aao of obligation aoob aa it never felt ba­ ton. Boljiag npon the wholesome prlaaplM SMadntad ia its platform, ltd npon Um rootitade of its candi­ dates, the Members of the republican party kavekigsty r...

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. — 14 August 1873

cr_ CABM. J* N. WHEAT, M. D., IwilitiH AyriduaBdlaiiMB, Oft** aad RasMsass, Corner of St. Paid and MB StrcrXs, 82yl A*rtla« P. THORNHILL, M. P., Physician and Surgeon, OStae, South Sid* of Public Square AUSTIN, MINNE80TA. R. W. L. nOLLISTER, JCoraer ef Vain mi Wlnon*}B treats, Austin* Minnesota. II* CilM. Tyl A. BARNK8, M. D., Physician. & Surgeon, COUNTY PHYSICIAN, PENSION SURG BON, AND CORONER. OAceat Residence Millet! fXR. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue lutk City, r*sp**tfMly teftm* t* tuMiethstheheoperanaMtly LOCATED IN AUSTIN. CCM mr klHr A Mergea'e ton IMI ftjj? helMing, «Mn he ««Jbe a & ATTORNEY 8***! a Physician arid Surgeon. OiwflwHwii flnttHM west of the Spetag Tifcr Mian. 9. DAVIE, General Agent Horn# Life Int. Co, Ar Mkm Miumtoui MulWn Utt. mm, 1st Bar 8stUtf Onrtlsass. 11*U AustiB. JUSTIN MILLS, The only %L D. V. SMITH, Mill in AffilOW.TUBAI Am Jfadbwiy awf Frodmec, Atflw^flBdSttnd&BuOod* Ovdeis MinMi nd Promptly filed. Proprietor Pioneer Coal Yard. 48?1 AUSTIN...

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. — 14 August 1873

if. CABM. WHLAT, M. D.T IwwfrtlM PlysMeaaad Saigeoa, OO** KMMhn, Corner of St. Paul and MRU Streets, 82yl Atatta, lliMNto- P. THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Sid* of Pablic Square, AUSTIN, 4yl ICmir«flltl Austin* Minnesota. II* CAM* VA. BARNK8, M. D., Physician, & Surgeon, COUNTY PHYSICIAN, PENSION SURGBON, AND CORONER. Ofllceat Residence Millet! T\H J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue A Berth City, r*sp*etfWly informs the LOCATED IN AUSTIN. «ee ever »*laer A M*rfM auw. JM ieae* Irst deer el building, whSre be. araqiqf (tiBnliiit Ike Hne eflfln- profes­ sion. ri_tt.WAQQNKtt.Jl. Physician and Surgeon. QSaa MliwHseaa flirt htirnrrr-f •ilnlW» Sprtag VaBay, «IM. tttf JJU8SBDAV1S, Oeneral Agent Home Life Int. THt only JFtounng Mill in Am Maekmtrjf and fWaer, Aatocits mi HtmtaiwiiOMl* OrilH Boiieital ul Promptly filled. Proprietor Pioneer Coal Yard. 4t AUSTIN, MINNESOTA. J. VANVALKKNBURGH, B. Produce Dealer, Awib, Mimneeota. GALLOWAY, AUSTIN, xunr. Oretperies & Prov...

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. — 14 August 1873

Dia _7®* 8c"re^' tho M»» laky. Kobbio^ Bold J)ia»fcyh Sold h«r out nndout 1 ta«9«atBHSr When, on NdW Year's morning, Roltbic'ti opening ovoa *8|Aol the t^ratMHm bibf if oQtnitont^ he witdied her, Scarcclv eared to play, Lest the prcciotis baby Should bo snatched away. &* *2* Ho it was who named her Becky," "lletsoy Ann Told her ho would buy her When ho was a man. Now lujVgono aiul 8okl hcrl For 10-day ho ran And ntochiiuvd tu uiamina, Yes, I've fouud a maul Horo's Uio man 'II buy her I Got her ready, krick I" With au«air I business' lirandisUiug a stick. ~~j —by, ^Sold mybaby, Robbie «JMh» sully said decided, Msttjkia ndlT said ileoi littl mai —J Bobbedhis litllu head. Well,.lf thto man buys her, 'What will ho iTeyou?" horses 19. t*° nice big horses. ICS tool What's the good of babies Only squeal and sereani I I Can go horeti-bacl iu' When I get liy team.'' But when quiet night eame, -. MoeWs prayers Werottld, And he looked at bakjr In her little bed And he said, when babv Smile...

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. — 14 August 1873

Hobfclei. sou| the Baby. Kobbio'tt 8ull Sold hor nut iiihI out I a VUJtftvu to tell you llow it camo about. Wl.cn, on Now War's morning, UoMiir'K o|H iii:ig cyos Spied the brati-notr baby— __ What a glad surprise! ..C'onetaiitly lie watched her, Scari-ely cared to plav, Lest tlio preoioua biiliv Should bo siiatclioclaway. Ho it was xvlio named hor Uockv," "llolsoy Ann Told her lie would buy her Wlion ho was a man. Ni»v livV koiio aul sold lit For to-day lie ran And )rurliunH'I to mamma, \e.s, l\c tumid a maul Horn's (lie man 'II buy her! (lot lu'r lvad.v, kriek 1" With an air of buainotia iiramlishiug a stick. Sold my baby, Robbie V" Mamina xadlv Mid lioMiie, quite decided, Bobbcti his little head. Well, if this man buys her, What will ho jjivo you V" O, two nice hip liorscs. And live pennies tool What's the good of habit)* Ouiy squeal and umiaui I I can go lion-. -bm-l in' When I get my u.un." lint wnen quiet night eame, ltiibliie'g prayers wero said, Aud ho looked at baby Iu her l...

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