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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 29 January 1874

THE NEWS. The Chief Justiceship. ,.Thk UcBiiluut, on January l!Hh, liouiinatcil Morrison 15. Waite, of Ohio, to bo Cliiof Jtis tice of the Supreme Court. This nomination was a surprise to the Senators ami all others about tlio capital, including the Just ices til the Court. Tho nomination rivalled tlio fact that ho acted as one of the counsel at tlio Qe liova Board of Arbitration, ami some of the lawyers were acquainted «ith hiiu aa, an aide lawyer of thirty years' ctandmR and, al­ though :i liepui'liMti, Hot i.n ncfivc partisan, and at tin- pre-eni tinio President of the Ohio Cousin I KM.:1.I Ci'iiVviitioii. It was discovered, on li-oi.iiu it r:••• fuprcuio Court record, thai a year aj Mr. Watte was, on motion of Caleb Ciifli n.athmttcd to the bar of that court as an allot IH\V. Attorneys of Doth parties apeak well of the nomination, and there semi* to io no doubt of its confirmation He is a son of the late Chief Justice Waite of Connecticut, one of tho leadim,' jurists of Ne.v Eng...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 29 January 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. H/yRyooij, Bdilor A PwipVleU£ -AUSTIN, MINN- THTBSDAY MOBNINO, AH, 39. 1874. FIMHC*aM its Tiakwa. The Mary Bill out of the way, Coogrm has commenced on the •tihjeet of Finance. Oa Hue subject every member o\' Ciifrsss has hia partiealar theory. Senator 8chnrs has given to the peo­ ple hia vieva on fnanoe and specie pay menta, and paper enrrenoy. Generally Kpeoking, whatever that Senator may Myo»t a»y practical question ot the day, amonnta to hot very little. We do not wieh to he nnderatood aa veying the idea that Senator 8shnn ienof a man of talent for in •tnae he ie decidedly ao. He ie a great, aa effMStive, and plearing entor bat Ms whole tile, eo fcr practical resalte •n concerned, hes been a pcrlbet bil. His reesai speech ekows that ha Mthtag bat a theoriat oa the eabjeet et inanee. For inatanoe: he talks as If the preeont crisis was brooght shoot by laok of earreney. It mast be patent to every observer of financial matters, that whatever the volume of ear e...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 29 January 1874

•mil GEO. CABM. J* N. WHEAT, M. D., HoBMsp*tluc Physician and Surgeon,^ OIM and Reeidence, Owner rf St. Panl and Mitt Street*, Myl AMMM. P. THORNHILL, M. P., Physician and Surgeon, 0afT South 8ide of Public Square, Am MINNESOTA. APSTIN. •RVR. Vf. L. HOLLISTER, "iJo»aer of Mela Hi WiaenajStreets, Austin* Minnesota. Ho -J'1 DR.AM®. J. P- SQUIRES, late of Blue lirth City, wipntMly iaforma ••bile IM hi kM patmaaeatly B. SMITH, D. tho LOCATED IN AUSTIN. OMMtwNMAIIii|i'i 4MM, iW deer .east ef tho P*M|« MMIig, thmkt ai| bo found to attead IIIBlIlT tt""* H. WAGONER, M. D., Homc»opatbio Physician and Surgeon. 23tf SPRING VALLEY. MINN. JJU8S B. DAVW, Qnnnrnl Agtnt Home UV* Ins* Co, for fltatkm Mtanesetnaad Northeea low*. Qflft.'ltf'lMt feather Oeartleaee. M.^| iMto. MinnAsetn, U8TIN MILLS, A Tho only Flouring Austin. AGRICULTURAL Farm Machinery and lYodnce, and BttoainomOoal. Orders Solicited mad Promptly filled- Proprietor Wontor Coal Yard. 44ji AUBTIN, unwisoTA. J. VANVALKENBURGH, Prodaeo D...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 29 January 1874

f®8P5 J* WHRAT, M. li—litfa IkjMtt sai Surg*®. Ottsaend Rosidoae* Ctnrntfm.\Bmi'mi Mill Street*, Mart AMUB. •!••—to- t. THORNHILL, M. Physician and Surgeon, gaa, (Mtt Awm SlIHOy GEO. IWWIWT*. n. V.L BOLuarmt, ipmu* «rm» wnmay -1 Austin* V:, faOilMi *_i UfcrfkC*,, ». •uMtothathehapspetejisneutty LOCAIHD IN AUSTIN. •V I V" ti? .V ,r"-* •yaa —«.» |m bad to tttnt prefcs- H. WAGONER, ». C. Physician and Surgeon, (Sir mn8T"TJT| M1HM. U8S B.DAY1S, Oinerif Agent Heme lite' lne. Co, iiii Hiimtwh^ H»» \.ui i. jyM.mttm, A«10«*VRA1 Mill in r'W rs Arita^srtStamteouOosl. AMfrtiL MMMBBOTA. GALLOWAY, AC. m-^W- AVSTIM.MINM. ProTiaMmi at. jMFlew. afMhi swl rtHtiiwh, W. |*y fflHB RAMSKY HOU8I, Tl' IMttmUM, I «i«pfll«f eheMltoaahcoASt. real 09BPYJI0U8S, J. Ooddy* Proprietor. ItaWNA JKBfi2££2Z5 :E. O. WHEELE1«^^ warns*.) .-ATLAW,.,' "*r ~~r AMD' CVTf S emotwtRiii hatu SAMtc, Awtln. liitin wn. a liivt**!" £RANDALL A FRENCH, Ti iliiniihYT '*k" W. ROBINSON. BBttlBTBB Of DBBDB, Mower .Co Minn. WiB wsmlss Ht...

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. — 29 January 1874

Prayer or AsiNixV »onn CI. WHITTIU. On tlic isle of Pcnikoso, HingCd about by sapphire evas, t»nncd by breezes salt and cool, Ntood lh« Master with his School. Over sails that not in vain Woed the west wind's stoady'strsiii, Liue of coast that low and far Stretched its undulating bar. WIUKS aslant along the rim Of ti waves thev stooped to sltim, llook ami islo and glistening bay. Foil the beautiful white day. 8ail the Master to the yonth We have come in search ot troth, Trying with uncertain key Boor bv door of mystery We are reaching, tliroun'i His laws, To tliu gsrnieut-lism of Cause, Hun the endless, unbegun, The Unnsmnaltlo. tlc (Uiu. J.ignt «t all our light the .fonree, Lite of life, and Forco of forco. AH with lingers ot the blind Wo are grupisg here to And What ihe liveroglypliics mean Of the Unseen in the seen. What the Thought which underlies Nature a masking and disguise, What it is that hidos beneath Blight wd bloom an.* birth and death, *jy past efforts unavailing. Doubt...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 February 1874

THE NEWS. The East. THE NOW York Cheap Transportation Con­ vention adopted a resolution protesting against an increase by the Legislature of ttio |»er capita tax on emigrants, Tlio Committee 011 Railroad Transportation reported lavora lily on t!u projected I'eoplo's Ftcislit Railway from New York to the'Mississippi river. THE eleventh annual report of tho Massa­ chusetts Agricultural C0IJ050 represents the college to l»e iii„ a stato of prosperity. The expenses of ilir college are about #3V 00 annum, nt.il tin.* income flrom thoendowment fund in tin- stato Treasury is 115,000. The total annua? roeeipta Uom other sources are about 10.0C0. There is thus an annual'de licit ot $5,000, and, »a no appropriation hea .i ii nia.li xince 1*71, the indebtedness now aini'iiiit.- to $13^100. l'lmsi reports received front the various mining points in tl(o Schuylkill region, it ia estimated that about noctihird of the co!- lit-rics have resumed woik since-the final set tli nient of the b::cis ques...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 February 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor. —AUSTIN, MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING, FEB, S. 1874. CAPITAL AMD LIBOR, "Tnt National Federation of Awo diated Employer* of Labor." conadi dates and arms the manufactures of Cftrtat Britain for effective opposition Ho the Unions of workingunen. Here­ tofore the war of capital and labor seemed to be an irregular assault of la ber upon isolated oapitaliats, who sought no allies, made no active reais tiince, and even if victorious had no mentis of punishing the conquered, or preventing further outbreaks of hos­ tility Hereafter union will be met with union, resistance to a local strike will be sustained by the combined Manufacturing capital of Great Brit tin, and obnoxious leader* of working tnen will find themselves barred out of •very mine, mill, and workshop in the kingdom. The result, wo think, cannot be doubted. Heretofore capital has con­ quered in every struggle with labor, merely because it eould wait hereaf­ ter its passive res...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 February 1874

BViiRitw cArfns. N. WHEAT, ft. D., Homopathio Physician and Surgeon. Office sad Residence, Garner of St. Paul and Mill Streets, 2yl AMH«. 1 BN •lea. lllMWWrt- D. P. TIIORNniLL, Physician and Surgeon, OSee, South Bid* of Public Square, 4YL MINNESOTA. AUSTIN, |\r. w. L. HOLLISTER, Comer of Mai* ud Winens^Streeta, Austins Minnesota* No CAM*. DR. J. P. SQUIRES, Uto of Blva Euth City, reapeetfWly libnu the piUh that he kH pwaunlly LOCATED IN AUSTIN. tnr Bolner A Morgad's (tore. Real* dense, firat door aaat ol the Publio School wkdf he may bo found to attend ag, pUy towulk ia the line of hU profea- £1 H. WAGONER, M. D., Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon. 23tf SPRING VALLEY, MINN. JJU3S B. DAVIS, General Agent Home Life Ins. Co* for Soathera Mianeaota aad Northern Iowa. (Mbe, lat Deer Ssatk «f Ooart House. lHy Austin. Minnesota. USTIN HILLS, A The only Flouring Mill in Austin. ENGLE A *«T! J} SMITH, CO. Dealer in AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Farm Machinery and Produce, Anthracite and Bitumino...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 February 1874

Sca-Taugle« Froa* Old uid New far February. •J'PW to earth your power1" the East Wind cried CoiumandiuR and the swilt, submissive was. In ordered files, like liquid mountains, glide. Moving from tky to sky with godlike ease. Its march sublime was ae a lifting world a Snlisinincr into glassy vallevs vast No crosi foam npon its brow was cnrlcd Hut silent vlark and terrible, it parsed. Below a c5ift", where mused little maid. It struck. Its voice in thunder cried. Oe- Ware 1" But, to ddiprlit licr, instantly displayed A iouut of showering diamonds in tuo air. Go, crusl thing!" she said, unloved by mo Go, tear the sailor from hi* happy sleep Drown navies in thy heartless pertidv But spare our flowers, thou monster of the deep I" As in obedience, the wave pasml on, Touching oacli shore with Mlvovsnmtallcil feet. But tossed, in tlying. i:i the sun which shone, A handful to her lap of sea-blooina swtct. More dclicatc than forms the frost doth weave On wiudow-patios, arc Ocean's filmy brood...

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 February 1874

THE NEWS. Patrons of Husbandry. Tu seventh annual session of the National Orange of the Patrons of Hnsbandiy convened at-Bt Louis on February 4. Thirty two states and two territories were represented by Masters of State Granges, and abt.ut thirty ladiea wore present. The session is held with closed doors, and all that is known of the proceedings is the brief report furnished by the csmmittee on publication. Alter prayer by the ltev. A. B. Grasli. Chsplain. T. R. Allen, Master of tlie Stato OruuK® Mi»: sonri, delivered a brief address, welcoming the National Granpe to St. Louis in a warm, cordial manni-r, and making some allusion to the growth of the order in that state* This as responded to by William Saundeis, Chairman of the Executive Committee, who" thanked Mr. Allen, on behalf of the Orange, for his kind words of wetoomo, and assand that gentleman that his efforts to make the meeting of the National Orange one of plea­ sure and profit, were tally appreciated. Com* mittees were 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. — 12 February 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. EARWOOD, Editor &• Pfoprietor. -AUSTIN, MINN Tlirr.SDAY MORNING, FEB, 12.1ST4. ftewapuper PMiagr. Hie tibolition of the Frankinp Privi­ lege, and the parage of the "Salary Grab," was an "omnibus" measure car rvinp with it several other thinjgp, that would have been impossible, had each been considered upon ita merits. The moat prominent and most advantage cue of these, to the whole country, was tbe lav authorising the free transuiias* ion through the mail, of newspapers in the county where published Some kind* of business aie dircct auxiliaries tf the government and rccessary to the propulsion of its inachinery and the perpetuation of its forms. Of these the business of publishing newspapers for general circulation, is one of the tiK«t important. Although it is a 1 vme—i»n individual enterprise, it is nevertheless of such a character, as to be specially valuable as an agent of the blic. Of whatever political com­ plexion it may be, it is in some gensv an exp...

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 February 1874

1TOMEW8 AIU». "JL WHEAT, M. D., Honvpatluc Physicia* and 8urgeon. OflM ltd Residence, Comer of St. Paul and Mill Street*, Myl Aaaltn. Mlinwmw- P. THOBNHILI., 1 »•. Physician and Surgeon, 8«tttb Sid* of Publio Square, AUSTIN, 4yi M1NNE80TA. |\R. W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Main and Winena!|8treets, Austin* Minnesota. It CAM* DR. 7»l J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue Barth City, respectfully Inform* tki public that ha hat permanently LOCATED IN A.U3TIN. ('••a rnr 8olner A Morgan's store. Reei 4ISM, trst door salt ot tho Pablie School MMiu, where ha may ba fouud to attend promptly to all sails in ths lins of his profes­ sion. H. WAGONER, M. D., 0. Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon, 23tf SPRING VALLEY. MINN. JJUSS B. DAVIS, Qtnerii Agent Home Life Ins. Co, for Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa. Mas, 1st Dsarleathsf OoanHoase. 11-1* Austin* JUSTIN MILLS, The only Flouring Mill In Austin. Mjl BNOLB A CO. FVTT~SMITH, Dealer la AGRICULTURAL IMPL1MEBT8, Farm Machinery and Frml«c*, Aathradte sad...

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. — 12 February 1874

Tke Twit UM City w, PrMe Must HIT# hiL ohn Plnohbaek lived on Mnscatioe Hill, PWf among, healthy bank acoonnt, ,1* *M Mr and young e,.,?e® Pl bandaome competence By aelling hides and leather His head waa leraL and his heart Aa light as any feather. But John's wife, pretty though ahe waa, And sociable and free, 55 Jon4 °r taking on French airs When in society. To aeo the lady in her silks And diamonds array'd, rwas hard to b'liere ahe on .'o had been A aim pie dairy maid. And so it was—and one tine day A conple stout and Jolly— Zeko 80per and his wife—came down To see their darling Polly,— For Polly waa the Ifcdy's name When at her spinning wheel. But now she'd changed it to Pauline, As being more genteel. O, lawful sake*]" Zoke'g wile cried out, When she the mansion stood in, 1 hope I never more may tee A bowl of haety pnddin' If this ain't scrmnpshious I Only see The picters on the oeilin'l As nat'ral as life I Why, Zeke, I'm on the p'int o' sqnealin' 1 It'S fresco, is it? Well, I ...

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 February 1874

War on the Plains. A amiAi Iadiu ww ia anticipated on the plains, as largo numbers of all tribes cf Iu dftms are leaving their Yeservatfona and com mltting depredations on tho settlors, stealing their stock and driving them from their homes. Information received from Fort Lar­ amie atates that on February 9, Lieut. Rob­ inson aud Corporal Coleman of Co. K, Second Cavalry," wore surrounded by 40 or 50 Indiana about 1ft miles from the Fortaad filled. Col. Bullock hai^rrifea at VttrijMtciman, and reports that he saw a large part* Indians on the nppte crossing of Horse Shoe Creek, singing and 4andwtfea*^d*Mk He tay-t that the StSSOSt every direction, buniiftg" ranches, spa^K^i# cavalry, under haa left Cheyenne, for Pot|er Station, eo thi Union Pacific Road, wbetSjkha. Indians have been driving in sectioti^jMn and ftfilng stock. A mail carrier from Fort Laramfc haa ar rived at Cheyenne from the Red Cloud Agency, and eaya that Frank Appletou, who WM ^tte shesnee Are wis s^en in the direct...

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. — 19 February 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HAUWDDD, Editor & l^prim -AUSTIN, mm- THUr.SDAY MOTTJMNU, OTJB, 19.1*74. TO SCHOOL DltfECfMIS. OMEN OP COUNT 9vrr. Austin, Kcb 17th 187* Th* count is beiii fltiodetl willi riicniirm thrown out bj publishing tu.tteee. with the view of introducing new tew book* into I he Public Schools. Ihiriny Ae five jean last past, the N'ate Tn party to contracts with SOT* rrst'|*ibliatara whereby the latter were irireo the exclusive right to provide lv oks for the schools, at stipulated pri­ ces. 'j'hnae contracts hare expired by limitation, and the legislature is con tiering the qnestioa of their renewal. Mach good ha* reeoked from so ap­ proximation to uniformity, and inore will be achieved^ if the uniformity can be made eonptkk, I hope therefore Mmt school officers will at present give no eucouragement to those interested in effecting a change. Many of the books now in use in exceedingly faulty, and will no doubt be displaced, but it would be rery dis­ astrous to hare 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. — 19 February 1874

•"j! THE TRANSCRIPT A. HARffftOD,. Editcr Jb lYnpHrtOf/ —AUSTIN HJWT.— THURSDAY MOBSNNOf r, Heptll frssa WTT, 10.'1871. TO SCIIML Omcitor-CooRrSm.) Austin, Feb 17th 18741} ThoeMiuty is kains luoded with ciienMrm thrown put bj publishing bouses. with the view of introducing new text books into the Publio Schools. Iturinjr 4)0 In ycin lut pool, the tfcete vwi put to contracts with sev eraljwkliibers wbarebjtbe latter mm jfivnn the axel naive right to provide finite for ike schools, it «tiyilit«d pri .W®u*: '^«IIO (MtTNti kin ixpirtd by limiUMun. and the kfialaturc 1 OOB «*donu)r tho qwcotiMof thmr renewal. *tel gmtd Im« reealtcd lh« an ap­ proximation to nnifonaltj, and more will be achieved, if tho uniformity eon bo niado ooapifct! /1 jbtye thrttforo Unt school oCcers will at prosont give no encouragement to thoeeintercetedin effcetingachaage.' v.. u^*'. ftlanj of the booka now ia we ars exceedingly faulty, and *91 itodofcbt hediapkood.bntitw^Vvery dis­ astrous to havetkeat rafctkute...

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 February 1874

LIMSEHL CAKM. 3 N* WHEAT, 31. P, A»n.«pathic Physician and Surgeon. GCce ud lUiiiMN, C*rntr St. Paul and Mill Street*, Myl A—M«. Mlw—W. P. THORNIIILL, M. P., Physician and Surgeon, Oa«f. k«u CM* Of PnWIe 4,1 MINWBSOTA. 1 \R. W. L. BOLLISTER, of Kila mi TlDHijUMlib Austin* Minnesota. S CiW. DR.Kartk J. P. SQUIRES, lata of Bint City, rMpMtfsll Informs tkt pablla tktt kt ku pmuwtly LOCATED IN AUSTIN. 1 IN»TU Seiner Morgaa'a etore. 4toM, liM door east ot the Public Sohool ViiUtib«hmk| Mjf bo fraud to attend •tmptv to oil will ta tho 11M of hia profee M«l. H. WAGONER, M. D., HomcBOpathic Physician and Surgeon. 2Stf SPRING VALLEY, MINN. USS DAVIS, General Agent Horn* Life Int. Co, iM Seatkera Miaaaaota aad Natthora Iowa. Qflaai 1st Bear Saalh af Onttlsasa. U.ly Aui*4'*, ^USTIN MILLS, The only Flouring Mill in Austin. iOyl BNOLB A CO. JYIT SMITH, la AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMBHT/, farm Machinery and Protluce, Anthracite and BltnmLoni Goal. Order* Solicited aad Promptly filled Proprietor Pioneer C...

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. — 19 February 1874

It auslncivs ('ARM. N. WHEAT, Tp M. E»BkflrpatbM Pby«ieiaa and Surgeon, (•ci iii Residence, Owmtr St. Paul and Mitt Street*, W AmUB. »!•——f» THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, gl^ fcilk 8ldeef PlUlll|NNk 4»1 MIMMtMJL 1AE. W. L. HOLLISTSE, Cmuto'MiIi and Wlnsnajfcreets, Austin* Minnesota. No Cabbs. W r. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blot Sarth City, tMfMlNly Informs the yaUii tkatki hM fmunatly LOCATED IN AU3TIN. iln«ntMiiri Morgan's store. dene* lm 4m «it ot tki P«UW School MUlu,«Wi«kt M| he promptly all ealls la tbe Una of his profse- H. WAUUNER, M. 0., Homoeopath io Physician and Surgeon. 23tf SPRING VALLEY, MINN. JJUSS B. DAVIS, Gantral Afant Horn* Lift Int. Co, fat laittw Mlansseta aal Hythova otoiUti. 11.1T AasMa. Miaaeeota. USTIN MILLS, The only Flouring Mill in Austin. It INOLl CO. jjj*B SMITH, AOftlClTLTUftAL IMPLEVEVty, Farm Matktmtrjf and Produce, AnthradUindBttuinkoMOoii. Ordera 8olicitnd and Promptly filled Proprietor Pionttr Coal Yard. ityl AUSTIN, MINNB80TA. J. VANVALKE...

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. — 19 February 1874

BheiilThaNM ••OIL Ihit Two WMMR Did. ». T. TBOWBBIOOK. Tbat F-shouid bo sheriff, and keep tho jail. And that yonder stately old fellow, you see Marching across the yard, should be My prisoner—well, 'tis a curious tale, AB you'll agree. For it happens, we've boon licre once before Together, au.l served our time,—although Not just as you sea ns now, you know Wheu we were younger both by a score Of years, or so. When I was a wild colt two-thirds grown, Too wild for evor a curb or rein, riaying my tricks till—I noedn't explain,— I got three months a breaking stoue, With a ball and chain. 'lhe fodder was mean and tho woik was hard, And work and I could never agree. And tho discipline—well, HI short, you sot, 'Twas rather a roughish kind of card That carTied me. A stout stool br ieelot about my leg, A oasnnn shot and chain at my feet, I pounded the stones in the publlic street, With a heart cra.iiuicd full of hate as au egg Is full of ine&t. The school boys jeered at my prison rig, An...

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 February 1874

THE NEWS. The New English Ministry. The fallowing officers h»vo boon appointed ia the New English Ministry First Lord of the lYeasury- Benj. Die raell. Lord nigh Chancellor—Baron Cairni. Secretary for Foreign Department—Ean Derby, Secretary for War—Duke of Richmond. Secretary for India—Marquis of Salisbury. Secretary for Colonial Department—**" of Carnavon. Secretary for the Some Department uco. Ward Hunt. First Lord of A dmfrflHy-Gathorae Hardy. Chancellor qf SUflbra North" cote* Commissioner of IForfc and Butldwj- Lard Under Secretary fbr TCm-CapUin Stanley. secretary to th» Admiralty—Six Joha Charles Under Secretary for the Ibreiffn}Department -Lord Hamilton. ijA. Indian AflWrft-%^-- Tn War Department at Washington hat advices from Texas that Lieut.-Col. Bnell, with a command of parts of companies and O, I*nt$ CaraVyr U*J BrVon Tonka scouts, si rack a small camp of Couanchea on Isabel Mountain ft^k, on J*b«iary 13, and killed ten Indians and eaptnred all their stock, con­ sisting...

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