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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 25 December 1873

Tin* Ni Msboj's Debt. Unly last ypjir, nt (Ulristmis time. While i» u-iiirf itown city street. I ".iw a till}, tll-oluil hoy One of ilia thousands that wo meet As rnjitfud as* a I toy couUI (io, W"»L half a cap, with ono KOC-.II shoo lu»t 1',Itches t» keep out the wind, I know tho tvinJ th?w keenly too: A newsboy, with a neumhoy's lu»«s. A M|u tiv Scotch fact*, and honest liroir. And eyes that liked to smile 90 well 1 hey hud not yet forgotten how: ntnvsbov, ImwkiiiK his last sheets With loud persistence. Now and then Stopping to beat his stiffened hands. Anil trurtKliiK bravely on strain. 1'oili-ing ahont nmonx the crowd,* Shouting his I'xtna" o'er and o'er PausinK by whiles to cheat the wind W ithin some alley, by some door. At last ho stopped-ntx papers left. Tucked hopelessly beneath bit arm— eye a fruiterer's outspread store: Here products from some oountry farm. And thoro confections, all adorned W itb wreathed and clustered leaves and tlowers While little founts, like frosted...

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. — 1 January 1874

*«wt THE (NEWS. THE VIRGIN HJS CASE She Had No Right to Carry the United States Flag. The Miscellaneous News in Brief Sto., 32to. 9 XBto. The Cuban Ouestlon. rriuji in New York Mate that orders lion tiioivo.'l that no more nflea are needed a- (lie Cuban forces, as they have v.ip'urtul iniiio than sufficient to arm aU they «*an put at present into th? field. TIIF. London Times, nlludiug to tho report that Spain lius made, a demand upon the United States for tho mtontronef the steam ship Virginina and her survivors, surrendered at Santiago do Cnba, says such action on the part of Spain would" be premature, despite the o|~iuion of the Attorney Gcneaal of the United States that the Yirginit.s had no right to carry the American flag. Spain must wait until a United States eoart has settled tho case before proceeding further in the matter. A DISPATCH to tho New York Tribune from Key West, contains the following The Tirginius prisoners surrendered at Santiag* do Cuba say that when the offic...

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. — 1 January 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HA&W009. Editor aad Proarieter.' —AUSTIN. MINN.— THURSDAY MORKINti, JAN. 1, 1871. What to Do. Ouly a little capital has boon invest­ ed in tho business ot* manufacturing. Kcst of tho banks ol the Mississippi river. The great energies of tho State ere given almost esclu*ivclj to the work of production and to such an extent ha* the Inter been carried, that the draft upon tho East for im­ plements, an for nioncy, has become immense. To supply us *ith tho ma­ chinery, necessitated by our style of farming, tho old shops have doubled their producing capacity, and employed •o much of the surplus money in thuir vicinity, as to uuke it difficult for tho West to obtain any,—hence we suffer from circumstances of 6ur own making. Not a dollar can be hired, nor a ma­ chine purchased, without ample secu­ rity and heavy interest,—greatly in exeess of what would bo required, were all our energies harmoniously di­ versified, and self-supplying. If a hun­ dred farmers will uni...

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. — 1 January 1874

BVRIXESS CARDS.II N. .WHEAT, II. D., Swayitkia Fhjsieiu aid Birgeon. OCm ul Cfcnur tf St. Paul and Mill Streets, Wyl Awlla, Wlawwli- P. TnORNIIILL, M. Physician and Surgeon, Office, South fid* of Publio Square, AUSTIN. 4jl MINNESOTA. T\R \V. L. HOLL18TBR, Cornar of Msln aad Austin* Minnesota. No Caaas. A. BARNES, M. D., Physician, & Surgeon, COUNTY PHYSICIAN, PENSION SURGEON, AND CORONER. VR. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue \j Earth City, reepestftally informs the yab'a that 1 »ns pmiMtly LOCATED IN AUSTIN. I'tfloe tTir Solner A Morgan's store. Kul' 4MM. flnt door tut ot tbo rablio School building, where he BM bo found to attend promptly to all Mite la tbo liao of his profea ii«l. 0 H. WAGONER, M. D., Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon. 23tf SPRING VALLEY. MINN. USS B. DAVIS, General Agent Home Ufe Ine. Co, Sir Southern Mlanseeta aad Nortbora Iowa. .. Ofloe, lat Dser leitk tf Oaart Haass. ll.ly Anstia| Minn—Ota. USTIN MILLS, The only Flouring Mill in Austin. tHOLI CO. i)Jl JYB. SMIT...

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. — 1 January 1874

ii' -.1 Ji WII&lHAWiJ II DKOKMBEn U, 1878. 4 ». Lol sorrowing (loop, too dcop for tears, Stands Seicnco shorn of strength to-day Horkocn eve paU«l with brooding fears, "W lips'blanoliod with dismay, That ho, lior lovor without guile, (Oh, that it muSt bo h'o Lies prostrate, blinded to he* smilo,k Her faithtul Agussiz 1 No common love sho bears to him Wlioso ear is iloafcnetl to her call. Whoso eye has grown so strangely aim Witkiiii death's my alio thrall, 'Twas rather such as closoly knits Two earnest souls toy ether, When Reverence at Lovo's banquet sits And heeds no chango of wea'.ner. Or as the mother loves lier son. Who walks nnblenched in leakest ways, And from lier presence lure lv none, I* leal throughout the day-) lier charmer and interpreter, Her champion to defend The one ol all most dear to her. Her sccptured king and friend! Now mute she stands, and at her feet A world looks on no legs appalled, That he, of lite so strong ana sweet, From earth so soon is called— Too...

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. — 8 January 1874

THE NEWS, Loss of the Vlrglnlus. THE United States steamer Oaaipeo armed Mew York at 11 P. X. on the 29th, without the steadier Virginine, which vessel she was comraiaatoued touring tn port. Ott1oardlng her the startling intelligence was communi­ cated that the Viiginins had foundered off Cape Fear, N. C., on^ko.jerfrniiitf'if the 96th inat. Lieut. Coinmander Haawell, of the Osiipeo, made the following stateB cerning tlio disasters The QstipM loft. To!" tug as with the Virginia# in tow on tho morn­ ing o! th1 9th. They had fair weather until tho afternoon of Saturday, the following day, wiK'n gale sprung up. The continued to have b. weather, andthe Virginia! signalled that she was leaking badly, Capt. Walter*, therefore, determined to shape hit courts for Charleston, S. O., but aa tfia^jgot into amoolh er water the water was kept oafc- ef her fire-room. Ou tho morning of Christ­ mas day, tho severe weather baring continued, the YirgUuua KM again leaking aa bad as iter, and the vesse...

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. — 8 January 1874

I'HE TRANSCRIPT A.HAIWOOD. -xams. inmr.- Thursday afford xoitvina. jaw. s. 1974. Th« Iffhutw. Thin body orgsoited and contnroced business in the Capitol lilt Totrfny. Asid* fhfM the ijpernrf lowl legislation tint tray be required, tbere it but onr fingh nibject of pressing importance to be considered. Transportation mod It* collateral issues. will be the grouting theme one o/ fair en- the tem'on. We say trilateral mi bscsnss theee are fO various. and no intricate aa to constitute the chieF difficulty in th«» way of a eat* (•factory-adjuatment. At preeent two great publie inteteata,—equal and mu­ tual, when rightly considered, but ag­ gressive and hoatile under jealous in* fineness,—'-need to be promoted, and their relation# to be more clearly de­ fined We refer to the producing nnd tranaporting intereate. To the extent to which any lo cality carries production beyond its neceaaity for home consumption, it is ao far dependent upon tranaportatioa tor market, and whenever carrying faci...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 8 January 1874

1) CARM, H. WHEAT, M. D., taapuhM Ikyiiduttd SaigeoE* MnmI lwlimi, ftrwr ef A. A«f omf Physician and ££USS DAVIS, Streeta, S«y1 ilwwXi. P. THORNHILL, D., Surgeon, Soutk Side of PakMs Square, 4v1 MINNESOTA. H. W. L. H0LLI8TRR, Cciiar ef Msln WinsuaJtieis, Aitfitin. Minnesota. v*cttn. DRtbt J. P. SQUIRES, lata of Blw Kmk City. respectfully libiw ki ku pnauHll the LOCATED IN AUSTIN. «See «w l«btr Morgu'i Mtn. Real 4mm, trat 1n| east Bl Ik* Paklis MmI MIAia vkm ke may to (mi t* itM4 •NBptlj *U i* tk* Um ef kit prthi •las. £1 H. WAGONER, D., Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon. 23tf SPRING ALLEY. MINN. General Agtnt Horn* Lift Ins. Co, kt Seatkera Wumttul N«»rtkera OIn,1« Deer INU SF Own Ailfa. Mil—of. ^USTIN MILLS, IM* I***. Tbi only Flouring Mill in Austin. mOLS A CO. TVS SMITH, Dealer ia AGRICULTURAL IMPL1MERT8, Farm Mtwhrnerg Antfcradts «W fVmfav. sad Stsakou Coal. (Man Solicited and Prwnsptly filed Proprietor Won—r Coal Yard. 44yl APITW. MHHMOTA. JJJ. VANVALKENBUROH, (Produce Iealer,...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 8 January 1874

Here Let Me Rest. BT J. r. CLABK. let me rest, where the bright sun ii shining, Ana sit neath the branches that gently do wave, Ana listen to the dirgo of tho sad sea repin ing Ah I hero let me rest, darling, cloio b.v the crave. I have wandered afar, but tho world haa seemed dreary, O'er its mountains and valleys, and Arabia the lllest I have exiled o'er its wild mains, ami now, lone and weary, I have come to thy grave. Oh 1 here let mo rest. Weary, my darling, with long years of waiting, liver trne to our vows, oar first lovo I keep I've been dead to the world, its partings and lueetiugs, To its joys, to its sorrows \h, hero let 1110 sleep. a a a a What was this that I hoard while, enfolded in slumber, 1 KCJlV0 wl,cro m-v darling was Thero was gathored around mo a throng ot vast number, And among them, my darling, waa you, still a maid. Then yon knelt by my side, and called mo vour darling, Aud said yon had couio to drive sorrow away Then yon bado mo arise, hnd no more, as a tarli...

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 January 1874

•panlah Affairs. The Spanish Cortes met at Madrid on Jan­ uary 2d, nnd President Castelar read his mcs ifcifi, jfTwliiclibo upcaka flatteringly or the condition ot the oonntry. He recommend legisation for gratuitous public instruction and lor abolition ot scrtilo labor and of *lav cry in the Spanish dominions on both sides of the Atlantic, ^he European Uc proniiae.s powers will soon reoogntae the ropiib.'io, to wli-oli none of them liaa any inviucib:e antiptliit. All.countries dostre, primarily. tlu ijpteittwwolorderai'd protection of tin- vast interest of cotnmeice. shortly to enbmitfhMHimentsrela tire ot the Vir.yiiniis itV.ir, which will (lemon Ktrnto that war has been avoided, while the principle of the international law baa been upheld by the Government, live army is re­ cording from the effect*©* insubordination riotous outbreaks are cea«1ng municipal authorities no longer seek torxcrciae diet a lorship popular ribings, barrioa^eu, and pro uuncianientos, have been annihilated ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 15 January 1874

THE NEWS. Spanish Affairs. The Spanish Gorton mot at Madrid ou Jan­ uary 2d. niul President Caatclar rtvul his mcs in which ln opcaka fliitlcrinkly of the condition of the country. He recommend legisatiou for mat nitons v,lllte iu»i ructiou and for Abolition ot servile laiir and of slav­ ery iu the Spanish dominions on both sides of tho Atlantic. ^Thc European pmvera will soon recognize the pu1!i.-, to v.li .li oltlieni lias any inviuci' antipat.'iv. All. countries deairo, tmiiunlv. the in ijtitensuceol order awl •protection 1.1 ti,i- vast inii'iesta of coiuuieiee. Ho V'Voniisis shortly ti Mihniit documentsr«i live ill the V"ii-:.'ii:iuall'-iir, which will demon­ strate that war has lurn avoided, wliilo the principle iho international law has been uphold lv the tlovernnu nf. The army is re­ covering from the crtecUf of inonliordiuatiou riotous outbreaks are ceasing municipal authorities no longer seek to cxcrciee dicta torahip popular ridings, barricade*, and pro- iiiin'iametitO!( h...

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 January 1874

fHE TRANSCRIPT A. KA1W0OD. Sdher ul Precrieter. —AUSTIN. XINH.— THURSDAY MORNINO. JAW. It, 1874. Kullniid ('••peliltoM. Austin Mthatnlj point in Minneaota South from St. Caul, at which the p*o |p)« enjoy nny advantage from the com* fating interests of different fnilroad linos. The Hustings ft Dakota road, crossing the Ht. I*. A M. at Farming ton, and the W. ft St. 1*. at Owatoana, bare no outlet eseept iq aotunier time, when there ia comparatively bat little wheat to more, vq thia ride of Milwau­ kee or Chicago. Ttoeeo transit road* are mere feeders to the great Une 5n the weal bank of the Mississippi, whieh ia owaed and managed by the same company opera* ting the H. ft D., the M. St. P. ft M., the Maaoo City Branah, the Mil. ft La Croaae, and the Mil. ft Pra-du-Chieo. With all the railroad facilities here, there ia but one line that aflordanaany competing |rivili*gre. That one is the Burlington, Cedar Rapids^ and Minn, railway.. The direotion of thia route being aneh as to enable 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. — 15 January 1874

I at if 1| I II "A —i -s vJ *1 THE TRANSCRIPT A. RARWOOD. Bihar fwirirtw. -•immr. *nm.- THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. It, M74. lnllrMl C'Mipcllllta. Auntie ie (InmIjpoint in Minneeot*» Snath (Vob St. Paul, at which the pfo |Hl cajitf any odnntigt from tbt com* ptting inwrntt of difmnt Vailroad line*. The Hastings ft Dakota road, ermiaf the M. Hi 1\ A M. at Faming* ten, and the W. 4 8t. P. atOwatoaaa, km no outlet eseept in nnmr tiM, whan thara ia eoaiperativelj bat little wheat to move, v* this side of Milwau­ kee or Chicago. Theee traaait roads are mere feeders to the great Une 5o the waat bank of the MiniMippi, which ie owned and managed bj the satac eoatpaaj opera­ ting the A D., the M. 8k P. ft M.. the Maeon Citj Breach, ths Mil. ft La Crosse, aad the Mil. ft Pra-dn-Chieo. With all the lailrehd frfeilitlso here, there ie hat one line that afurda na anj competing priviti^ee. That one ia the Burlingtcu, Cedar Kapido* and Minn, railway... The directioo of thie route being eoeh ail to enia...

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. — 15 January 1874

•VURIM CABM. N. WH1AT, M. D., HmaftthM Thyaieiai tnd Sttfgw 01m and Oemer of St. Paul and Mill Strottt, Mil AmUb, _—T jg P. THORNHILL, M- Physician and Surgeon, 0«ce, Booth Bid* of TmVllo AUSTIN, 4,J MINNESOTA. I) r. W. L. HOLLISTER, C*m*r of Main and Wln*an!Sti**te, Austin* Minnesota. Hi CUM- ''l Dr. J. r. SQUIRES, lata of Blue lutk CUy, iMptethU iaforms Ik* •abli* that kt kM fWHWtly LOCATED IN AUSTIN. 1 8*la*r A Mmim'i Mon. W UMk tfM door Mat ol Ik* Public Sokool MUtakvkmkt my k» '«•»/.*• ***2? promptly to all Mils in tk* line of kit pitta liM. H. WAGONER, D., Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon, 23if SPRINfl VALLEY. MINN, JJU88 B. DAVIS, Gonoral Ag«nt Horn* Lift Int. Co« kl,l«l|kinrJti»HwU N»wk*ra low*. Mae, IX Hm Mk «t 0wt lUl iitiil, JUSTIN MILLS, The only Flouring Mill in Austin. ««yl INQtl a CO. iryv smith, D*al*rta AGRICULTURAL IMPLBMEHTS, Farm Marhtnery and Prmlurt, AnftndtR and Bitomineu Coal. Orders Solieittd and Promptly filled. Proprittor Pionttr Coal Yard. 44yt 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. — 15 January 1874

Bcr Drummer. •TO. r. A. jy,'1" V± bote!, n,^ i8 ^ystilers on der seheil. 1 nilt Jcr ftautoin» cats a schwell 5 & Der drummci. 8®mo9 indo mine eolitore, TT.VI t0wn pniullea on dor floor, una i»rver schtopa to shut dor door •or drummer. Who iluUi'B mo py dor hand und say, Hans I'toiflor, how yon vaa to-day?" nil Koos tor peesnoss riglnH avay Dor drnmmor. J^lio shuroads his a.»mples in a trice, ITiul dells mo, "Look, nud HOC how niou!" Una says I guts dor bottom Ini^e?'' Dir drnmttt i\_ Who savR dor tin«a vns esrcrsti tine— IT V1 s|",l'm UlV. »l)MI dor liliine Und ishoats mo do", dimos ont of niuo Dor drummer. Hho dolls liovv sdionp dor (,'oods vas liouirlit Jlnooh less us vst I Rould inibort, Hut '©is iu ro, as lie vaa "short"? Dor drummer. Who vairant? all dor Roots to suit IW uustoniors ubon his route, Und veil dcy gomes dey vaa no Root? Dor orunimer. Who gomes aronnt ven I been ondt, IT 'V UP N,'"C beer und oat* mine kraut, Und Kiss Katrina in der mout? Der drummer. Who, von he...

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. — 15 January 1874

Der Drummer. BT C. F. A. rnV V,U,ta on.thoM, ml mi .OV3t,lp,s °n eohcil, ml nut i1 irauloina out* a sohwell 5 Dor drummci. n.!,''vas1 ponies in(lo mine echtorc, .l 1,8 »nilull«^ on dor floor. ul Ir,vor schtops to shut dor door •or drummer. Who 'lulvcw ,m. ,,y dor hand nnd aav, Il.in 1 toitlor. how jmi vas to-day u.l uo»'s s,»r ii'tsn.\is rigluit avayV Dcr drum mo r. N\lio sliproads liii -aimplos inn (rioo, l^iKl ilcllti mo, Look, und soo how liieo!" I lui iys I cts del- bottom IiKV?'' Dii-'dnimi" Who savs .h tii»Ks vas qy^lia lino- I Hiarinaiiy. ul.f,,, ,|,.r Uiiimi mu\u mo do", dimes out of nine Dor druiuinor. ho ih'Us Junv ili-r -ood. vas houtrli! •Mo.vh s4 v„t lut »e:si d- til s»o, a# ii. vas "slii n"? Hor drummer. J\ lio vairants all dor soots to suit n. „Mistoin is nh,hi ins routo, ml vri: iiov {Comos doy vas no goot? Dor drummer. Who .'omcs aronrt von I u,i Kiss been omit, I iinUs ii] initio boor und eats mine kraut, Katnnn in dor mout? Dor druminor. Who, von ho ironies 1-ain ...

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 January 1874

NEWS. TheCtilef Justiceship. 0* January Mlh a eaucm of Republican Realtors wii held At WuMn^ton, it which the nomination or Caleb Cashing for Chier •Tnstice was (lisctused, and after a short de­ bate a vote vss taken 10 test the seflse of the caucna, and only eleven votes were east for Gushing. Senator Sargent, of California, then produced a letter from Cntiliing to Jrflf. Davis, of which the following is a copy—re­ peated from memory only,but Riving the main points, though possibly out of their order MY DKAR FRIEND This ill introduce to von my friend, Abraham Power*, who has been clerk in one of the departments hero for six or seven years. He leaves the service here on account of his opinions, and betas a southern man by birth and ednoation. and devoted to «vh »t he regards his country the Confederacy. He has been a contributor to Debow's ttcview, and is folly scqnainted with the qaestions which undermined and bin now broken np the Amettaut Union. 1. com­ mend him toyonr favorable ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 22 January 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. II AI{WOOD, Editor & Proprietor. -AUSTIN, MINN- tfllURSDAY MOKNINU, JAN, 22. 1874. Tlir. question of the admission tf colored children into the public schools in being hotly agitated iu Sacramento, California, whero tho colored pooplo aro claiming the right of admission under tho fourteenth and fifteenth amendments, while the white people claim the protection of the tftate law, which provides tor separate schools. The Superintendent of the Public Schools of the city, was cleeted, it ftueins, bccause oi his well-kuown hos­ tility to the association of the two rnccs, und consequently there is no hope for the colored people until the State law shall be changed. Governor Booth, iubis recent message, strongly advocated such a measure, and Ae eon currencc of the Legislature 1s expect* ed. Meanwhile the colored people, be it said to their credit, are conducting the controversy iu a dispassionate and aoMible manner. THE idea that the preaent difficulty over the Chie...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 22 January 1874

BITS IN KMC! CABDfl. N. WHEAT, M. D., HomoBpathie Physidaa and 8urgeon. Office sad RwMnNi (\rner of St. Paul and Mitt Streets, 5tyl Anatlw. p. TIIORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Side of Pablie 8q««, AUSTIN, MINNESOTA. I) H. W. L. ilOLLISTER, Comer of Mstn ui Wlnena^Sireets, Austin* No CARBS. DR. Minnesota. J. P. SQUIRE8, late of N F.O. W. ROBINSON. Blue Earth City, reapeotMly taforns th» public that he hat peraaaeatlj LOCATED IN AUSTIN. See »TMSolner A Morgaa's store. W* deuce, trst door east of tho Fablio building, whan be atj bo fsead to attead promptly to all calls ia tho liao of Ma profes iinn. H. WAGONER, M. D., Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon. 23if SPRING VALLEY. MINN. JJUSS B. DAVIS, General Agint Homt Life Ins* Co, for Southern Miaacaetn aad Harthera Iowa. Ofioe, lit-ANT fMli af Oart lease. Ass^m IN MILLS, 11-1* Am JUSTIN The only Flouring Mill in Austin. Myl tv bTSMITH, ENOLE CO. Daalorla AGRICULTURAL IKPUUCSVT8, Farm Machinery frwfaee. Anthradt* and...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 22 January 1874

Tim's Revenge. Lit Ilo Tim was the nnmo of liitn Of whom I have to tell, And l.- altoric on the western road In the busy town of As t.ho trains went down tluoiurli the little town, lie cidled through the cars ITis stock in trade -ieed lemonade, C.iUt1, peanuts, ami cigars. t'onduelor Dune WAS the only one Who'd uotthis trade nlliiw,' And 'twixt- liim and Initio 1'ini There always was a row. At last one day, tliev had a frtiv, And Timothy deelnred lle'il tlx old Dunn as sure's a RUII,' 11' i:oth tluir lives were spared. So fl'iie went. Willi this intent, And so'd his stoi-U in ratio His earnings lurd lie spent for lard. And siartnl for tlie srade.'' S'MMOUS Ciira is a in liie sleep tr.llsuii*. And where—with lav.! -it isn't hard To up ipnte a sh'h1.) Tie tools a stiek nid spread it thick, lii wiili a smiie, "Tii- re II be son'ie'tuii when Mr. Duilll O'ir.iiieneod to 'strike ilo lie I.iy in wait the train was lalo A*id ime a putting hard, \Yi:!i tic ivy l»atl, li^ht- up the road To wh...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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