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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 21 August 1873

E N E W S At Home. A LABOE camp meeting closed At Davton, Ohio, on fc'riilay. Nearly 20,000 people attend­ ed it. Is Leo county, Ky., Thursday John Kversoll attacked bis brother Stamford, when ho (Stamford) fired upon him with a nhotgun, instiiitlv killing him. Forty buckshot were found in liis body. JOIIN IiAILEV, while walking along Iho street in Eric, Pa., Thursday night, stumbled and fell to the pavement, breaking liis neck. He was an uncle to Richard 15ail Norton, for­ merly Mayor of Chicago. THK olovator of the Milwaukee and 8t. Paul Railway was burned at Duudas, Minnesota, Thursday night and totally destroyed. Five thousand bushels of wheat and seventy bar­ rels of flour wero lost partially insured. DISPATCHES fiom varions places in Ger nitiny atatc that cbolut is increasing in viru­ lence. THE United States Treasury ear passed cast through Indianapolis, Friday, coniiug through from California via tho 1.1)1 and W. Railrosd, with a large quantity of California gold ou board. 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. — 21 August 1873

THE TR \NSCRIPT A. A. HARWOOD. Editor and Projriotor. -AUSTIN. MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING. AUU. 21. IST.T. BSPTJBLICAN STATS TICKET. Ktin OOVKItSOB, CUSH.MAN 1)AYIS, of ltnmscv. BOH UUL'TENAST COVEBJCOB, ALL'HONSO BARTO, of Stearns. VOIl 9KCRBTARV OF STATE, S. P. JKNNI80N, WHS nominated for this office, but knowing hiin to be unlit fur the position, wo shall use all proper uieaus at our «outmau«l te prevent hia cloctiou. FOR STATU TllEASl'MSIt, MONS GlUNAGlt, of Freeborn. FOI ATTORMEY FLBMKRAL, GEORGE P. WILSON, of Winona. RAILWAY CORPORATIONS. One of the greatest agencies in the furtherance of civilization, the devel­ opment of trade and couimcrcc, is be* coining too powerful for the pafety of republicanism. In a republic like ours, nothing ia to be feared as much as cen tralisation of power, whether it be gov­ ernmental or commercial. The in­ creasing wealth of railway corpora­ tions—the inducement which single corporations find to unite with others, thus forming gigantic combination...

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. — 21 August 1873

itilHERI CARDS. N. WHEAT, M. D., Homoepathic Physician and JUSTIN MILLS, Surgeon, Office and Residence, Corner of St. Paul and Mill Streets, till Antdln. Hii«ine»iol«. P. TIIORNII ILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Side of Public Square, AUSTIN, *yl MINNESOTA. J^u. w. L. HOLLISTER, .Corner of Main and Winont^Stawts, Austin* Minnesota. No CARDS. 7yi A. BARNES, M. D., Physician, & Surgeon, COUNTY PHYSICIAN, PENSION SURGEON, AND CORONER. Offlceat Residence Millst! R. J. P. SQUIHES, late of Blue Earth City, respectfully informs tho publio that he has permanently LOCATED IN AUSTIN. ('See over Solnar Morgan's store. Resi­ dence, flrst door east ot the Pnblie School building, where he nay be found to attend promptly to all nails in the line of his profes­ sion. H. WAGONER, Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence—First bouse west of the 8ehool house, Spring Valley, Minn. 23tf USS B. DAVIS, Central Agent Home Life Ins. Co, for Southern Minnesota and Norther...

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. — 21 August 1873

UULUIIEK'S CORNER. Baby ICrnrwI. nv H. 3i. w. Sweetly r.aly Ernest sloopn In a soltlV-cnsliioiietl bod But liis iiiotlicr only WOCJIM, Ami cannot be comlortetl. Only yi'stcniixlit it soenis Smro slio H:UIR liis lullaby, Kisscil bis H}ih f«r dreams, Kiuenl cacll ilriwaj'-lii''"' of water. eve. Tlion hi* lion were warm anl rel, Ky. lids faintly tinped with rose Now IHH lips are eoUl n* lead. Eyelids white an winter snows. Then the baby slept, reclined In liis own soil eradle-bed Now his cotieh is satin-lined, Ami thi' baby-boy is deadl When he smiled in healthy sleep Angels spoke to him, wo thought And this sWi et belief 1 keep lie the an.uel lanmniKC1 caught. And when aiifjel linfli rs light Sealed his lips and closed his eyeB, liaby clapped them with delight— l.id tv tiiem to l'urudiso! TLIE UT-ur (teat Stole Our Vrnlson—AII Adtroiidai-K Story. Wo lintl jnsfc returned from tlie "Windfall," tia it is called, where we luul boon lurrying. It was ueurly sun­ down, niul bitiiiing Charlie...

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. — 28 August 1873

THE NEWS. At Home. DISPATCHES from Alcxandriua give particu­ lars of the loas in the liori Sea, near the east­ ern cntianco, of a steamer from Singapore and Shanghai lor London. Tho captain, otli CIT.S and somo of tho crew wero lost. Two negroes wero executed in Maryland 011 -JVi'iiy for immlur. AMIAUAM GLMBERT, IT TIIK THE 0110 of the oldest Jew­ ish citizen* in Evausvillo, Iud., fell OTcrlioard from a sti:uucu- Friday morning and was drowned. Foun men wer killed and nine others fatal­ ly injured 1T tho fall of a wall ill Now York on tlij 23.1. A rivir, suit has been comnionccd against Carl Vo^t to recover $12.(1)0. A NEW YOUE Cliinanian, after marrying a' col nd_»QUaii of means, obtaining $700 from itii.illier fcniahs and making $1,000 extra by peculiar operations, has boon sent to jail for attempting to «wndlo a cigar merchant to Uu tune of $5,COO. is announced from Bostou that a number of gentlemen, mostly grain merchants, have organized a grange of tho order of Patrons of llu-b...

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. — 28 August 1873

THE NEWS. A DISPATCHKS from Alexandria give particu­ lars of lliu loss in the IUvl Sea. near the oast cm entrance, of a steamer from Singapore a iil Wiaaghai lur London. Tlio c.iplain, oili is ami winioof tho crew wero lost. Tuo in-grofs were executed in Maryland 011 •5'i I-Viy for IUUnUr. -AIIISAIIAM Oii MitEKT, ono of tliM oldest Jew­ ish citizens in Kvausvitle, Intl.. fell overboard from a st amor Friday morning and was drov. ne.l. I'uuit men wer killed ami nine others fatal­ ly i-jured 117 tho fa!! of a wall in NL-\V York on tn.'-jrn. -iVII. suit lias !een commenced against t'a.! V»gt to recover 112.WO. .A Ni:\v 'UK Chinaman, after marrying A CJI'iv|vvom»ii of means, obtaining'$70(1 from a't her female, and making $1,000 extra by Vv.iiiar operations, has liecu sent to jail for a tti inptiii',' to *wndlo acinar merchant jto tli tune of ?5.C00. IT is atinmimi.il from boston that 8 nutiiher lit ,i'iitli tlH'll. Mostly grain merchants, have in irani/ed a grange of the order of Patro...

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. — 28 August 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. UARWOOXK Editor and Pioorietor. -AUSTIN. MINN.— THURSDAY MORNINO, AUG. 28. 187-3,. BEPUBLICAN STATS TICKET. run UOVKRKOR, CUSH.MAN DAVIS, ui' Ramsey. tfOB MBVTEMAST COVKRSOll, ALPIIONSO BARTO, of Stearns. ror. SKCRETART OF STATE, 3. P. JENNISON, WHS nominated for thi» office, but knowing biin lo bo unfit for tho position, we thall use all proper means at our (OMui to preveut his election. FOR STATK TRKASUnER, MONS (jUlNAGU, of Freeborn. ron ATTORNEY 6CSIKU. GEORGE P. WILSON, of Winona. Ipteck Senator Morton. On the 23d inst., at Athens, Ohio, Senator Morton, of Indiana, addressed one of the largest meetings, upon the inucs of the day, held iu the State i»ince the war. The whjle speech is a masterly effort. lie sketched the condition of affairs, and demonstrated clearly that under the rule of the Republican party, the country had enjoyed peace and con­ tentment,'. and that there had been an unparallelled growth and development of the nation. In speaking of corrup...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 28 August 1873

BVIIHEM CARDS. N. WHEAT, M. D., Homapathio Phyrician and Surgeon, Oflw and Residence, Cbrner of St. Paid and Mill Streets, ftiyt A *li»u«*ot«. P. THORNIIILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, OIM, South Sid* of Pablio Square, AUSTIN, 4yt MINNESOTA. H. W. L. IIOLLISTER, ^Corner of Main and Winona^Strceti, Austin* Minnesota. No CABM. 7YL JJ A. BARNES, M. D., Physician, & Surgeon, COUNTY PHYSICIAN, PENSION SURGEON, AND CORONER. Officeat Residence Millst? R. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue Earth City, respectfally inform* the publie that he has permanently LOCATED IN AUSTIN. CAM over Solner A Morgan's store. Resi IMH, frst door cast ol the Public School building, where bo may bo found to attend promptly to all Mils in the line of bis profes­ sion^ H. WAGONER, M. D., omoeopath io Physician and Surgeon. OBso andresidenoe—first bouso west of the Sebool bouso, Spring Valley, Blinn. 23tf JJUSS B. DAVIS, General Agent Home Life Ins. Co, for Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa. Oflosi 1st Door So...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 28 August 1873

The Cloud. A cloiul camc over a IhikI of leaves (O, lmsb, littlo leavis. Jest it pass yoti by!) How they li ul wailed i:il watcli'd for the rain, Mountain and valley and vineyard aud plain With never a ."igu from tho sjky Day after day had the pitiless sun Looked down witjia lialesa eye. But now! On A'saddon a, insi-u wont Through the topmost vviga of lIiu poplar ture Out of ilie pus* a li:rtu wiml li!-w (All tin-lo". I :n mbli'd, ami mtiriuur'd, and do tiv i.olji of tl( siro), li stii i« tlie faint pulne of the foro.-t tr o, And lueutliou llu'QWifh tlH' Lualio ami ihe briar. Slowly the cloud oamo then the wind died, Dumb liy the laud in its hot suspense The thrush 011 tho elm-bough suddenly stopped, Tito weiitlu r-waru\l swallow in mid-living dropped. Mute the elond mov« i. ii!l if. hung overhead, lli'avv, bii»-bojsonvd ant! deuao, Ah 1 the tool rush through the dry-tongued trci s. The patter and plush on the thirsty earth, Ihe sager bubbling of ruunel aud rill. The lupins of leave...

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. — 4 September 1873

THE NI«« A TOE at Gloucester, Mass., Wednesday Might, bnrod five blocks. Lous 75.000.__. BKANE, the conductor ol tho coal train LIZZIE A. SIEWAUT, THE saw mill, houses of tho Doontoi ristown, N. J., were' Ouo thousand kc^'s of nai Estimated loss $230,000. THE Br the/alling ot ^dbttlak At^tk* How. 011 the Chicago and Alton lload, which eftused the recent terrible loss of lite at Lemont, was ar rested at Mnnio, III., Wednesday inorniug and brou£hi to Chicago. BOMBAY dispaiOLIOS report that ricstructiva floods have recently afflictcd the province of Agra, and tliat 3,590 native houses had been •wept iiwiiy. .liiero had been sonic loss oi life. of Fairhaven, and Cor­ nelia Torrey, of Boston, were drowned at Qnisaett Islcnd, near Fulmontb, Satnrday, tou getlicr with Hartly Davis, of. f»taiptM}),^«tfio tried to save them. Miss SEAVEV, of Bc-liuoni. died on Thursday of voluntatyatitrvatkw, having refused food tor twenty-eight (lays. A sister of the deceased died in tlio same war, 1 few yea...

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. — 4 September 1873

E N E W S At Home. A F1BK at Glonccsler, Mass.. Wednesday ftight, bined Jive block». Loss 75,000. R.KASK, the conductor ol the eoul train on tlio Cliieap) and Alton ICoad, wliicli caused the recent terrible of lite al lament, was ar rested at Mnnie, 111., Wednesday inomi:ir and lrouf ht to rhieajjo. BOMII.W ilits|i iie!ies report that I.tzx.iK A. Sn:u DESTRUCTIVE floods liavi rocontly nfllicted tlio province of Agra, iiud tliat .',.1)0 unlive lnniar* Inul lieeii 8\ve|)t awiiv. 'there liad been some loss life. I:T, of Fairliavrn, and (\»r- nelia Torrey, ot' Huston, wero drowned at Qnisoctt Island, near Fulinontli, Saturday, to getlier with Hardy Davis, of Falmouth, who tried to pave tlieio. Tttr. saw null, cooper shop and Hryin^ liotiM'M of he iSooiiton-JiTotf ^Yorfc«, at Mor ristown, N. J., w. ie' 'burned' Saturday uigUt One thousand KILTS of nails' were dcstiOypd. Estimated loss v'J'iO.IKH). Miss SKAVKY, of llelnioiit. N.JI., iged 60 died on ThuiMday of voluntary starvation, having...

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. — 4 September 1873

E N E W S At Home. A Ft nr. at Gloucester, Mas., Wednesday *ij ht, billed live blocks. Loss75.(100. lir.ANr, the conductor o| Tin: saw ni ll. llollM'S of I Miss Si VM V. of died on sisl' ol I UK potofliee at 1 the coal train on the Chiea^o and Alton lioad, wliieh eauseil the ri rent ti iMi' lo^s lite al 1 inonl, «..s ar li .stid at Moiiie. III., W iln, day lmtnt:i and liroii^hi I" ('li,i i-o. RoMltM h|a.'l. report that itcstrtlctivfl tlood.- ha\i recently ntlhclcd the province of Ajjra. and that nalive houses had hecti MWepl av. ay. I 111 I'r hiit] In ill some less i| hie. I.I//.H-: A. Si i.« m: I', of l-'aii liavi n, and Cor­ nelia Turn y, it I: :-ton, were drowned at (.Mu^sitt l-l :n,T. in ar Falmouth, Saturday, to getlicr w.th Manly lavis, of Fallllonib, who tried to mi\i' !l M. shop and drying "nliun Works, at Mar huriieil Saturday uiglit I nails were tlestioyod. lie Ho, ristow n, N. (Iie I tu'II iinS l,i Kstunati .I Io»s -'J I'.elmi.nt. N. II., a«ed fiO, Tluu'.nlay oi voluntary...

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. — 4 September 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. 1AEW00D. Editor ud Piosrictor. —AUSTIN. MUTN.— rnu»SDAT morning, sept. 4. ms. BiraUOAN STATS TICKET. r»i oornwii CUSUMAN DAVIS, QC Ramsey. CiS MtCTMAST OOVKRSOn, ALPIIOXSO BARTO, of Stearns. TOR SBCRRTART or STATS, S. P. JSNNISON, wns iiouiinnted for tkU ofiet, Int knowing him to be unfit for Ibc position, we shall aw alt proper ucui at our tsmmsrd te prevent his eleetion. FOR STATE TIUItHI, MONS GRINAQU, of Freeborn. »Oit ATT0K9BT MMRU, GEORQK P. WILSON, of Winona. IUMIm »f Kali The Regitier,of hit woek, published a Tory aoatrikraa artiela (for whieh it will, thia week, do doabt,«at aono ditt) concerning th« action of Judge Page, on an application recently made to bin tor temporary iojaootioe, retraining the Couty Auditor from estoodiag, for tasation, eertain lands donated by Cengreaa, ia aid of railroads. By the teraM of all the railroad efcartMi giant «d by the Legislature, the State agreed to take a certain per cent, of tbe gross earning!*, in eaeb ease, in ...

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. — 4 September 1873

BUSINESS CARM 77 WHEAT, M. D., Hoaapathic Physiciaft and Burgeon, Ofice and Residence, Corner of St. Faul and Mill Stretie, Myl AnMla, MIBMWXM T. THORN HILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, (Mm, Senth Side of PubHo Square, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. TVTC. W. L. HOLLISTKR, .Corner of Main n4 WtaowjBliiih, rf| Austin* inhesd^l. No CARDS. •••KW RA. BARNES, M, D.F Physician, & Surgeon,, COUNTY rnrsiciAN, PENSION 8URGEON, AND COK0N£R( Oi&ceat Residence Miliijtl 1\R J. P. SQUIRES, late Xutt City, respeetlWlly Mm tt* Mhlie that ho kw permaaeatly LOCATED IN AUOTIN* Coo over jMnst* Mofgoa'ssuco. iniN, trot door eeet Of the Mli lM building,wherebo mmj promptly toaBeaUs la theBaeof hie prefoa- cion. 0 II. WAGONER, M. D., JioQiiqeQP^iO. Til PhysiclanandSurgeon. Oloo 11mlton WwltoMO west of the Soboel bousay Spring Valley,. Minn. «tf JJUSS B. DAVI% General AfWt Home Lifetrie* Cp» for Soatkm MIBMMUUD Nwtbm Iowa. OBoii lat Door Booth «f OwtHi—i lMy AiNtia. JUSTIN MILLS, The only Flouring Mill in...

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. — 4 September 1873

IUSINEM CARDS- WHEAT, M. D., N Homoepathic Physician and Surgeon, Office and Residence, Comer of St. Paul and Mdl Strettt, My I Anatin, IHInnemUk P. TIIORN HILL, M. D., S. Physician and Surgeon, Ofltai, South Sid* of Public Square, AUSTIN. 4yt MINNESOTA. jyX. W. L. HOLLISTKR, Corner of Main and WlioMjSlmti, Austin* Physician, & Surgeon, COUNTY rnvsiciAN, PENSION ('IN OSM 8URGKON, AND CORONER. O flic cat Residence Millst! "|\R. J. p. SQUIRES, lata of Blot XJ Earth City, respectfully lafoms ever MMTA dence, flrft luildinc, o, Morgan'astora. door what ha may Resi­ east of tha Pahllo 8ohoal ba foand to attend promptly to all aalla la tha Haa of Ms profss- II. WAGONER, M. D., Ho^ceQfi^iQ. Mr- Physician and Surgeon. aad residence—First heaee J^USS B. DAVIS, JUSTIN JUILLS, wit of the School house, Spring Valley, Miaa. Mtt Central Agent Home Life Int. Co, tfor Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa. Qfflcs, lit Doer Broth of Ooart Hsuas. 11-ly Aaetta. Minnetota. The only Flouring Mill in ...

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. — 4 September 1873

childers's corker* My ink |te«d. BX B. O. OAVIS. Meet and Btronir ia my Arab steed, To serve me in my direst nedd Unurgcd bv sour, or whip, or goad, Ho speeds like lightning o'er tho road. Hunger and thirst he never knows Unwearied, never seeks repose Mo stable built compact and tight Doth shelter bini by day or night. Mo hostler smooths liis glossy side, Or views hint arching neck with pride Jockey, with (lixtmstinl eye, Each imperfection keen doth spy.: The summer solstice b'aib no power To move him in its ticrccst Lour \JnriMliedbyjintcrVniciiamt.btost, On w^nfts of wind still flying fast. Faithful'ami true, wliiitc'cr betides, Obedient-ftill, niv cotirscr glides A friend to servo'in direst nefd Art thou, my swito—Velocipede.' Our Boys and Girls. From tho Youth's Companion. A Night Over a Precipice. AM ADIRONDACK TALK. Several oars ago, while spending a few weeks in the Adirondack region, Ipasee4* a nighf," the tefforoFwhieli I can never forget, even should my lite be one of the ...

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. — 4 September 1873

CHILOERN'S CORNER. My Arab g«cel. B\- E. C. DAVIS, Fleot an«l strong is my Arab Html, To serve mo in my direst neod UnnrRpd bv sonr, or whip, or soiul, He speeds like li^htuuig oVr the road. Hunger and thirst he never known II iiwearied, never seek* repose No stable built eonipact and tight Dotli shelter linn by day or night. No hostler *mootliH hit) jjlossy side. Or views his arcliin^ neck with priile !No joeki v, with lixtriistlul eve, Kadi impeii'eetion Uitii iloth spy. The summer solstice liatli no power To move linn in its tirreest hour L'ucliillcd bv„.winter's (ikicinu blast, On will's of wnui still living fast. Faithful and trne. wlnitoYr betides, Obedient still, my courser glides A friend to serve in direst need Ail thou, my swift IV/)(v7(«'/»7 Our /'(i/.s and (Hr/n. From tlio Youth's Companion. A Nljflit Over Prrviplc«. AN ADIRONDACK TALE. Several years ago, while spending a few weeks iu the Adirondack region, I passed a night, the terror of which I can never forgot, evou s...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 September 1873

COMPTBOLLEB OBEES TJPi. -..i! i--'- THE NEWS. A BEA we AM PirrrK»»EB«*m, the condnctor and engineer who .caused tUo rki^o^d disaatt^ **t Lem«nt,lll., have imlii-Vd fur liun glBURlltcr.* LAROE numbers of people art* leaving Shrove port, La., on account of the prcvalcuco of yel­ low foVef. TwENT*-KtE building* 'In Ohio, California, burned Friday. Logs, $20,000. AT aii entertainment on boi^rd'lllu jfeam Btiip VaterJand, at PBil#delphi^ ihur«ilay niglii, (no of the crew who were waltzing, fcH-. overboard and were drpwiwd,. 1}^.: A riTTSBOita dispatch saja: An\eibfcftie«r anl fireman and two other cniployea, bcaldpa. st vera) boy*, were overoomo by foul.Vair.ijn: Knetling's coal pit, South Bide, friday after-' noon, while coming through with a full train. One boy, named McCain, Fell off the car and wax run ovor. His head %as cut off. Two oi her boys of the same name toere-fmrad- an- conscious when brought out. Tb» engineer and fireman were slightly bnrned by tailing upon the beiler. The ...

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. — 11 September 1873

E N E W S At Home. IJKASV. AND rrFKKNBEnaF.R. the conductor null engineer who caused the railroad disaster at Louiont, III., have been indicted for nian Rlunglitrr. liAltOK numbers (if people arc leaving Shreve poi t, Iia., on accouut ol the prevalence of yel­ low teVer. rwRsvy-PivE buildings in Ohio, rnlitoruia, lmnied Friday. Loss, #20.000. AT an eiiierlainnu'IIT N board tho etenm sl:i| ValeriaIKI, at Philadelphia, Thursday nifilit, t«o 01 Hie crew who wero waltzing, fell ovrlxv.ml ami wore drpwned. A I'lTTsnuuo dispatch says: An engineer nii'l tire man anil two other employes, bcaldeft veral boy a, were ovcrcomo by foul air iu Kneeling** eoal pit, SoMth Side, Friday after* noon, while coming through with a full train. One boy, uanu-d McCain, loll off the car and was run over. Ilia head was cut off. Two other boys of the same name were found nn conscious when brought out. The engineer and iircman were slightly burned by tailing upon ih«? boiler. Ttao train got through be­ fore the...

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. — 11 September 1873

THE TR ANSCRIPT A. A. BARWQOD. Editor ud Proarietor. —AUSTIN, MINN- 2THURSDAY MORNINO. SKPT. II, 187.1. B1PUBLICAN STASH TICKET- FUR GOVBKSOR, CUSttMAN DAVIS, of Ra»»ey. ROM M8DTUSAXT OOVKRMiH, ALL'HONSO LI AUTO, of Stearns. rOR iKtRKTARV UP JTATK, S. 1*. JKNNISON, WHS Humiliated ibr this office, bnl knowing him to be unlit for the position, we •hall use all proper wean* it our Command te preveut his election. rOR STATU TURASURER, MONS (JUINAGK, of Freeborn. PO't ITTONKY CKKIRlL, 6E0RGE P. WILSON, of Winona. The SMllh Case. Reasonable men have supposed (hat ihe report of the referees, in this case, would be accepted by all as an embod inent of the facts, so^far as they could be established. The preliminary in­ vestigation, by Mr. Hayden, showed a deficiency, at the close of Smith's term, rf about 942,000, and the correctness •f bit report has been fally confirmed by the investigations of the referees. Although they charge the defendent with having taken only 917,044, two of them uni...

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