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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 26 February 1874

THE PENDING, fate. TRANSCRIPT A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor* —ATJSTIN, mm.— THURSDAY MORXINO, FEB, 26. ISM. jsaHH TNit LEGFCKT nrs »HI F« a.»ioii nine it L.ttk if'»A- EX^EPT AS TTIII PREWAR. but no one can prcdict their THE r:.ilroad make the legislature think that rail road companies are working (areata L)«8 to theuiaelres TTFRO? AND it is A manerative, in their operation, BUT Tested I which have per eent. interest. A jects the offender to -timesthe "PELEO WA continue in I' HJPI'- L'1 time will formally PASS UPON not 1MS than five liumlral D'fToreni bills—an averago of !»om«i!IIN'* tnovo tli »n fifty for day. TLIUS fir, but has* been accom J'i»licd. lWiiabiy-no previous session— the on* familiarly known in Deuiocaatic tiiut'S, the long purli a went—hat ever (lone so much talkiug XJ RAILROAD plete .1, SEVERAL cppcially iiupor- legislation has been com­ radical U.ensures are all know that they have an underlying source of profit, which will not only make good all de fieiesce...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 26 February 1874

Bl'MSXfcta CARDS. J/ WHEAT, M. D., Homapathtc Physiol** and Burgeon. (4U« Mil KMldeBM, C\»rn«r of St. Paul and JUill Streets, 81yl AmH», WllHf t- Jg P. THORNH1LL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Qflet, S»«lk Bide of P»Mlo Square, Al'Sini. 4yl MISSE9QTA. iR* L* hollister Comer of and WlMisjStreeta, Austin* Minnesota. X® CaUSS. *Jl 1 \R. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue J/ Etrtk City, reipectfttlly Informs the l«U!i thttkt hu pirauratl LOCATED IN AUSTIN. fioo avsr Bolner A Morgan'* More. Rest d«t««, first dwr Mit of (ho Publio School building, Dim ho may bo found to attend promptly Wall mIUla the llao of hia profea iln. H. WAGONER, M. D., Homoeopath io Physician and Surgeon. 23tf SPRING VALLEY, MINN. jgUSS B. DAVIS, General Agent Horn* Life Int. Co, tot 8«uthora Miaae^ota aad Northern Iowa. Oflast 1st Seer Seatkef Court Heuae. 11-ly Austin. Minnesota. USTIN MILLS, xi. Tb# only Flouring Mill in Austin. ENGLB ca. S0y!_ JQ SMITH, Doalorla AGRICULTURAL IKPLEXEHTS, Farm Machinery and Produce, Ant...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 26 February 1874

The Step on the Stair. The hours are late—I wait, I w»lt, To he#r in the air the step on the stair Hi oometh not 'tis woman's lot To watch and wait, alas 1 till how4late Through loweled oars another hears la tho fragrant air the step on tho stair. Lured by a glance, in feverish dance, His soul will fleo every thought of me. Yet he will sec, where'er ho bo. Past mirth's mad pace, his wife's sad face. The hours arc late—I wait, I wait. O pitying fate, givo back my mate 1 Oh, list 1 It comes 1 his slop, how near 1 Tie passing 1 On It goes, 'Us gone 1 No near—how clear 1 'lis here, 'tis herel Love, can it bo 1 'Tis ho, 'tis ho 1 O heart of grace! O pleading faco That haunted mo 1 I could not flee. Though I did say, I will be gay, I'll dauco in glee, I will be free To one sweet sound I'll not bo bound Love free as sunshine shall be mine,"— Past haunting glance in beauty's dance, Past pleasure's pace, I saw thy face. Then thou didst hpar, so swift and clear. In the winging air, tho step o...

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 March 1874

THE NEWS. FMil^itflrMd Aeeldent. A Mi^^MsainA the Great Westell &ip^onftbraary 28tb. Tlie Sarnie accommodation (rain left London at kM v. v., and consisted of empty tank cart, baggage and secoud-clase oars andaooaeh. Wlsn serenntilefWSstor London the coach Jock Are in thesalbda etthe forward «nd, it i» •apposed, by a falling lamp, for it was not discovered nntil the interior ot tho saloon was completely filled with flames, which spread throngli flit coaeli' almost 'instantly. TUs passengers wore compellod to jnmp from the war platform and through MM^windows. The train wee eioppcd aa^Wrt» **#Fible, but before they could* ttsaa rttpt*l tight persons were fatally sutfocated %ftd burned, the injured as were nnahkto ysooeedto homos have been a^Sde aeoetafer table as pos­ sible at theJiiotele4jHjto Theirial of claimant baa at last been eloied. Tho priSOpfer waa on trial for perjury, and has been i^qfe&guMtxaod sen tensed to fourteen yeaft-fcsaal oarritade. The trial occupied tbe a...

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 March 1874

the transcript A. A. UAJVWOOD, Editor & Proprietor. —AUSTIN, MINK- THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH, 5,1874. MILLS A BLIVATOM. During some weeks past, the gran­ ge* have been agitating the question of Greeting an elevator, at the depot io «bis city In doing so, thej of course Shots in view the advancement of the interests of the wheat-producers. From their itaod point then, let us a*e whether an elevatoi is what they most need. It requires no argument to make fpople believe that the net return for produce will be greater or less, accor­ ding to the number of hands through which it pusee, before it is consumed that the shorter the distance between production and consumption, the 1 will the marketing oost that if wheat could b* sold in Minnesota for the prioe whieh it dinnsnds in New York, agriculture wot# more rennnerative than anj oUier pursuit. These truths are self-evident. Let us inquire why our great staple is increased so muoh by being plaeed on the ee^oard. There are two principal ...

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 March 1874

-mj ||i 'j'A s?-i :inT .'U* -. it l. tf wJastiaWMWri ,-r:aic? j*j c.u: i'KJf-.J «•?.' .. -Ji. i., t'd laii-Mir.?--* I thetbawscript A. A. IfABWOOBt, EditorA Proprietor. THURSDAY MOKNINQ, ''W&s* MARCH, $fW4. •IMA WBMUr ATOM. During Soasa weeks put, the gn» gas have fcssi agitating ,tiha qusstloa ofarsottsgass!*™*", at the depot io ttfs dtp In doing to, IkifJ^ coarse Cvriln'rlew'tlic idnukmt of the latariMi Oftlie wheat-prodfroors. From their W$^ llfeB," lei whether sa slsvatoi 1s whatthej moet aei^. #.•" hi Vfi-'Sr A Il icqiifts htf' argnment to make fso^s^l^tiuAta netratdrii for jrodooe wH) ba greats or lass, aosor dlng to the number of fc*ads through whioh il p.«9a«9K:.b ifi that tho jei:Hri-)ihev W: firiee whieh jp»»D js,.i» Mew York, agrldahtivi} tti eelf-evideak Lei «a i«qoii# wftjr 0«r great stapl^is laartassd soauieh.by W a derlie all ffhsrs Thslistis, fasfs totraasf*i the aafood^ .thai pro d^cate the tanr, io always* sabjeet of s«lt faaatWskss relatkiMhiii b^ MM 1 ,, yani...

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 March 1874

1BIINCM CABI N. WHRAT, M. D., HpflMMtlM Vhfiieias and Surgeou, OBESANT Gamer t/ifc, rant and Mitt Street,, (M AMUI, SSimm—•to. a P. THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Mi% lNlb Mi if ABMB. mmtiMotA. T\I. w. L. HOLL18TER, ««M«r ihii and Aiiitint Minnesota. (•OtlMi 1\R. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue \J Barth Cit^f respect folly iaferms y«hUo«ke»hehaspena*aeatly H. WAGONER, M. D., Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon, *3tf SPRING VALLEY, MINN. J£U39 B. DAVIS, OMMIIIA|*nt Horn* Lift Int. Co, te imfcw Miaaaseta Northern bw^.. QBas, UtSssrlsslh at Oaart Beam. 3 11-lj sola. JUSTIN MILLS, The only Flouring Mill in Austin. JQB. SMITH, DMIM BNQLB A CO. tia AS1XCTCTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Fmrm Machtnerjrand I'roduee, j. and Goal. Sittimlsens Ordete Solicited and Promptly filled. Proprietor Pionssr Coal Yard Mjl AUSTIN, MINNESOTA. J. VANVALKENBURGH, Produce Dealer, jJ «*.•'», Minnesota. GALLOWAY, AVSTIK, 3IINN. Oroceries St Provisions. Also—A goat for tbe St. Joe Plow, manufso ared aMiahawaka. lad.! ...

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. — 5 March 1874

I 1 I: fe':- I $cfc 1 Hf4.. 5- ^{Mwdrato, wMtoleew ma Strtett, THOENHILL, and Surgeon, 'if.'WffiWifsf® ::.: .._ .. .. JiOOATBD IN AUSTIN. \'.\\J& \i *r'it .Mmsmmmm mni^,ffciwi MI fc«M j£ {aranh &? 1 r^| H. WAUUNEB, M. v.avi Homoeopath to Physician and Surgeon. J8if. SPBIifG VALLEY, MINN. DDK & ^sfafAt^Hci^Ufe MkfN aSaasii/SaithaM-I* tf* $ tisr^S p^*J -k iVi) The only FlwriJig W|H^ SXQLBAC9. -t- ':fii a :?&£% 0, *1*.* ---^Seilsefo Uifrg .Mnranit '^nunoittlttii v^ii tfKim**.mil'' v*^ •t, •e» MM 8sllsitsd aad Promptly filled* filiiliHrKrtHrCwl Yard um» mmwsma: HUttl .ia***, &• A OAL.LQWAT *1*1 ftmBS mAMWeuplk r," M- J. VANVALEIENBURGH, ''i:' -$$&'< PK^WHI Dealerr•*• ^'Bi jeas ».Me»SMoi& vsf*? mr Mw4m J,-~ EaSS^:!# r::4*ih*" Mlaaeset* Kailro*4»- '. FLLHE CUPIVT UOUSB, IlK'. Awthfi HKn». U. J. C,ucldy» Pr5ppiotor. Vatwrt Mi o- Qblitkaa «t aii :a«M% Willi |**4 iwMMtl(a«. M» Mlrt W|M yriw (ft, Mtkb «lj I* •••»•. J-- CaU —4 wilwiwilwlfX Bww* E. O. WHEELER, ^^'...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 5 March 1874

The Beautifal Gate of the Temple, By the Author of Tbe Bcbooberf-CoMa Vamily. I. Little familiar gate! the home by the way Hour for whioli daily to wait. Hoar at the cloae of thy day. Hand in hand cloae pressed, Aam never trusted in rain! Hearts in caeh other at rest, Homo, all home again 1 ^e n. Gate through which 111 most pass, Oate at the end of the w*y Moil call it a Gate of Brass A prison-gate, they say I They think it can only divide, Pitiless. heavy and strong But we who have looked inmdo Know they named it wrong. Know it not strong, bnt weak, Its bars all shattered and slight Mere bars of shadow, that streak And prove the inner light Gate whero all bond* shall break. All scvored hearts unite. m. Terrible, Beautiful Oate I Gato of the Temple of God I Well through the day we may wait Till it open lor us our abode. Hands in hands close prest. Hearts past all parting and pain, In God and each other at rest Home, all Home again 1 Beautiful Gate of Life Gate at the end of the Way ...

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 March 1874

To?al debt Total interest Total in Treasu.*y I ff Death o* Ex-President iFlllmoro. Ex-Prc»idcnt ill ardFillmore WIAO UM been confined to bis bed by a seven illness for the pgSttew tftekartfedil hKrhoiae in Buffalo on O '?i 4n Millard Fillmore wax born in Cayuga county, Mew York, in 1800, and was consequently about 74 years of age at the time of liia death. In early life .he tlid ho|'eriJ^rSVen* the tWHiiary school privilege* and it traa only by fluf nwit Industrious effort that he ijocjjjtgdtho leg»l political |tromineiK'o aifo revolted ti fci" Sr®*l popularity with the |eopla ofthe whole co»tf try. He wan approntiood id a^wiwd^arder the vicinity of Summer Hill, but did plete liiH trade, and went to' study office of Judge Woo£ who »pp*ectntod hip ural ability and tunity powwblo to quaT" profession. FiUmoro gli tion, aiul by teaching means to partially defraj and lessen the burden of tor. In 1821 he removed to Erie Couuty, and began the practice of the law at Buffalo after wvera|«Mef...

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 March 1874

THE NEWS. Death of Ex-President Fillmore. Ex-Prc*idcnt Millard Fillmore wlio liau boon coiitlucd to hiH bod by a severe illiiCHH for tho pafttfew Weeks, died at kin home in Buffalo on March 8th. Millard Fillmore wan horn in Cayuga county, Now York, In 180(), and wan consequently about 74 yearn of age at tlio time of liis death. In early life .ho did not' cnloyYvou* the Ordinary school privileges, and it was only by tho most lniln«t riou.M ofTort that ho secured tho legal knowlodgo which uftoi'WMvfcrbfOtfgllt^'lun) into luilitical pnmiinciH-o anitl remitted to trcak popularity with tlio (eople of tho whole COUT.» try. Ho was aj»|r enticed to 1 wood-oarder ill tho vicinity »f Sunuiior Hill, but did uot com­ plete litn rade, and wont to Btudy law iu tha cilice of Judge W.unl, who appreciated his nat­ ural ability !"11 him gratis all the oppor­ tunity |HSMMI' to t|u i1ifyhimeclf for the lagtil profession. Fillmore glailljr'accepted the poel tion, and by teachiti ^)|^e9! |M^Ui^ meant* to...

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 March 1874

THE NEWS. Death of Ex-President Fillmore. F.x-l'i c.siilont Millard Fillmore who lias boon coiiiliicil to liis l.od lty a severe illnoHH for tlio )Mt few weeks, died tit h» home in lluffalo on March 8tli. Millard Villnioiv \va» loni iti t'ayuga county, Now York, in 1SOO, mu! was consciiiiciitly obout 74 yoaix of age at tlio timo of liis death. In early life ho tliil iiot enjoy Vven* the Criliniivy school privilpgos, nnd it was only by the most industrious effort that ho secured tho legal knowledge which ut'toiwwdn brought him into political uroiiiineiice and resulted in his gie.it popularity willi the people of tho whole coun­ try. Ho was apprenticed to wood-oanlor ill the vicinitv of Siiiiniior llill. but did notconi pletc his trade, and went to study law ill tlio otlice Of .! iul Woo. I. who appreciated bis nat­ ural aiuliiv and a-.o him gratis all the oppor tmuiy i-o.-'-:Mc to .[ualifyliimself for tho legal profcs.-ioii. Fillmore gladly accepted the posi­ tion, and by tcacliinj o...

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 March 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HARWOOI), Alitor & Proprietor, —AUSTIN, MINN.— THURSDAY U0RXI5G, AmIIcm, ARC II, 15.1874. MeWBR« 0(7!fTY. It* N«iml Nccmkm, Pr«- aal Gcaeral A4tmI»- place tf Mclllmcil. Pl-afcsbly Hon. T. H. Armstrong, Judge C: A Fsleh, and Lewis Patchin, arc among the «|4est white inhabitants of this county, butag settled near the north eaat co rner,—we believe—in 1855, The I'omiuliiioiura 1i«M dwlrdnt meeting at Fraakford, April ?tli, 1856,—hence the eaeutj Las h«'l an organized existence of seventeen .years. At an early cfily a great ileal of the beat land in Minnesota, was purchased by speculators. What are called "soldiers warrant*," were then plenty in the mar­ ket, st 50 per cent of their face value, and being assignable, were taken in large numbers, by capitalists, and Mlocated." Probably not less than two thirds of Mow er County was entered by the use of these warrant*. The entire eastern portion of t'.io State wa* vi»ited by a similar fatality, Ksss-jjsneral in ext...

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. — 12 March 1874

etL'«l*Eft* C**I»S. 4 S. WHEAT, 1. D, Soacftfft'.to PhysldA* and 8**f*on. CIM «. (3 aai Eealdsswe, Cvrncr if St. Paul and Mill Strcttt, Uyl AMli». tta s. THORNHILL, M. Physician and Surgeon, Oftae. Smtk tiita of P«M» aWTO. 4tl MCTCTSOTA. *J\R. W. L. HOLLISTER, Cerwr »f MaJa aai WlfceaaJStreata, Austin* innosot ft* JToCAWM. W Y\R. J. P. SQUIRES,lata of Blat 1/ lartk ORf, WiymNUy labnu Ik* aebtts tkat k« ku pormaaeatly LOCATED IN AUSTIN. tW«WMMtAlbl|l»'l IttM iiMk l*at lt« east «(th« PsWU School talMtabvkmlM may te IKU to Mtnd fttafuj iQ itQi la lk« 11M of kit pwfct *4«a Wm1» __ B. WAUUNER, M. D., Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon, 2Eif SPRING VALLEY, MINN. |JUSS B. DAVIS, Caniral Agent Horn* LHt lns« Co. Ut fcitkin Mlaaeeetanad Northern Iewa. NU. lit Deer Saath «T 0«rt Ii 11-1 Aoatim, Minnesota. JUSTIN MILLS, The only JFIourinjg Mill in ENGLE A TV V. SiltTlI, OMIW CO. la AQXIOVLTURAL IMFLSXSVTS, Farm Machinery and Product* Aathridte and Bitumisoni Coal. Orders Solieited and Promptly...

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. — 12 March 1874

Mt£rtw«lfonr «Wv- Up in the Clouts. BT DANIEL COHNOLLT. fancy file* too far, Tlw wM of man Ilea round our feet, Here iU unceasing conflict* are And here Us vaiying forces meet. Pray, enrb the thought* that vaguely ri»e Above life real and stubborn fact* Give o'er wild flight* to distant SMm, And do some good by human act*.. tJiopian dream* are pleasant things. No doubt: but dreams are poor at best, we live not by imagining, Nor thrive on vague and rain unrest. We must behold with eyes of sense. Our feet must tread fn actual wsys, Aud ere wo gain the rocompcnse Tin ours to uuntber toilsome day*. Grand theories of what might be. Prodigious scheme* for changiug all, Hcaven'x order hero can nover free Mankind from Natural boud aud thrall What is, howeVr or whence it camp, Is that which ali must recognise What might wears a winsome uame, But brings no joy to tearful eye*. So, friend, give o'er TOUT fancy iiahti Is youll daily find Below the clouds Much strife 'twist and right*, Much good...

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. — 12 March 1874

Up in the Cloud*. BY DANIEL CONNOLLY. Mvfricnd, your fancy fliea too far, Tho world of man lion round our feet, llero its unceasing conflict are And hero its vafj-ing forces meet. l'ray, curb tho tlioughtx that vaguely rino Above lifo'H real ami Htubborn fai'tH Give oVr wilil llighta to distant xktes, Anl do soiuc good by hutuiiu acts. I topiati dreams arc plcaxant things No doubt: but dtvuniH arc poor at best. We live not by imagining, _\or thrive on vague and vain unrest. We must brhold with eyes of sense. Our feet must tread in actual ways, And ere wo gain the reooiniHiisi 'Tis ours to number toilsome days. Orand theories of what might le. l'riit lii nMis seheme* for changing all, Heaven's order here can never I'reo Mankind from Nut lira's bond and thrall UV. ,i ).v, houeYr or whence it came, Is that which all must reeogui/.o mi.iht In•wears it winsome name, Hut brings no joy to tearful eyes. Wo, friend, give oVr your fancy flight Below the clouds you'll daily find Much strife 't...

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 March 1874

•SP^a 1 TKE NEWS. vfrienln ••nfttor luinneK The country «H startled, on Wednesday, by the announcement of the death of Senator Chari^BiuAiier^ d$ Massachusetts, after an ilkioendf 16* g'-than a day.1 Senator Sumner occupied his seat ju the Senate on Tuesday, and wliilo tliore bad a Blight attack affecting tlio ncrvoH of the heart, but when he returned luimo ho was Mufticiently well to entertain two *1 friaiutf At. dinner, it' tlie dole'of wlJcli ho »«^beiw^u to the^ condition of hia heart w£l lO O'clock he was t&en no -afek ae%o foqiiire tho attendance of a physician. An hour or more thereafter he had a second attack of his old diseafte, angina pertorit, and from that time rapidly batik until death occur I red, at 3:45 Wednesday afternoon. Numerous miri-onmled the bedside of the IHIWIKH! Senator, who Sir. Sumuer, not lees from hia ability and iahculisniShr*4 «phliioii of slavery, seqabad a national reputation, than by the brutal aa upon him in 1856, by Brooks, of South'Catolina,...

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 March 1874

vV. THE NEWS. Death of 8enator Sumner. The country wa» Btartlcd, on Wednesday, by tho annnuiu-oniont of the (loath of Senator i'lmrlos Sumucr, ot MaHHaclinnotta, after an illness Of IONS than a (lav. Senator Sumner occupied liis Moat iu tlio Senate 011 Tuotulay, and while there hail a flight attack affecting the nervoH of the heart, hut when he returned hmie he was sutViciently well to entertain two friends At dinner, at the cloeo of which lie made aUumou to tho condition of liis heart and botwoeu 9 and 10 o'clock he was taken HO Hick AH to require the attendance of a physician. Au hour or more thereafter he had a second attack of liis old disease, iimjiiia /xWoriX and from that time rapidly wink until death occur­ red. at J:45 Wcdnenday afternoon. NunierouH friend* surrounded the hedsido of tllO *0- no«ned Senator, who retained hit* conwcioMS IICHM to the last, recognizing the voices of tlioan T*1IO spoke to htm, although ho doclarod •life inability to *ee tliem. Ohirlen Sumner was...

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 March 1874

THE TBANSCBIPT A^A.- HARWDOD, Editor & Proprietor. ^AUSTIN, MINN.- fHUBSDAY MOBNISG, MARCH, 19.1874. •II^Mi V« ELEVATOR# Mr. dilotated letter to the Jkegttier, last week, oonceraing the wheat business, in which he admits the statements and conclusions, of our article of two jreeks ago, so tar as the same relate to manufactured wheat. We propose no review of the letter. It was written snd published in the inter­ est of that large elasa of men, who do nothing to inoreasethe wealth of the country,—men who constitute a sort of sluice, through which the surplus produota of rural industry are made to pats,—and who live upon what they sucoeed in stopping by the way. The farmers' interest require* bin to put his product into the best possible con­ dition for market, consistent with his convenience, and means. No one dis­ putes this he might just at properly tell his crop before harvest, or before threshing, a« before milling. He don't make (he machine to do the cuttins:, or the shelling...

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 March 1874

BUIMBII* €AMI. N. WHEAT, M. D., Hom«patfcie Physician and fttyl Awllj. Physician and Surgeon, Oflcv, 8outh 8We of Publie S^aai* AUSTIN, LOCATED IN AUSTIN. flee MM Solacr Morgan's stora. Red 4mh, trit 4»tt mM of tki PibHi hhool btlMiit. «k*n k* My k« fcwi to attoad fiwpllyltillwUiUtktUMofkU profcs eina. £1 H. WAGONER, M.D., HomaBopatliio Physician and Surgeon. 28tf SPRING VALLEY, MINN. J£USS B. DAVIS, General Agtnt Home Life Ina. Co* fcr Seatkera MiMM(tu4 Northera Iowa. OAw, lat DM»Ssath of OeertKeaee. ll.li Aoatin. Minnesota. USTIN MILLS, v-n The only Flouring Mill in Austin. 4(J/1 BBGISTBR or DEEDS, Mower Co attea. Will examiae titles, paj tazea for BOB mltoti, Ac. Aaatia, Mlaa., Marek 14th, 1T1. yl IP. A.J2L.DER CLERK OP THE DI8TRICT COURT, Aaatia, Mewer Couaty, Minn—eta BIERCE A JACKSON, OALNORTSRS AHD JOINERS. taath aide of thePablie Square, oa Main etroot. All ordova promptly attoaded to. Geo. W. Clough, COUNTY 8UBVEYOR. Ie prepared at all time to eerve the pabHe. P. 0. Addreee...

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