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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 19 March 1874

Followlag Footsteps. drooj* tbe green sweet-brier, D®yy hangB the rose, A* follow when her footstep. Ughtly printed, goes. Sun, that cometh up to meet me, was there might to m« Downbemoththe gr»yhorizon Half ao fair aa she? the path ahe careleaa wandered. Where the lille. drooped Hem her garment brushed the dew off A« githering, stooped. llere ahe turned and paused, uucertain— Ah, I hear it now Over stone* tbe full brook ringing Faiutly, far below! Leading on to greet the foaea' linn the foot«tepe free: Bed, and wWte, a|id pink she gathered,— Dropping one for me! Then to where the honeysnckle Climbs to reaeh the air— Ko, nhe stopped and left it climbing, Turning otherwhere. Where Hum Oh, adown thin pathway, Where her heliotrope Stakes the air with perfume bnvr. Purpling nil the slope. Sun. that maketh shadows ahorter As I follow still, *Me you at early dawning When ahe climbed the hill? Bbalt ahe climb to wait your coming. 8hf, wy own. my sweet, WhfBhet gracious presence only Make* ...

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 March 1874

Following Footsteps. Dewy droops tlu green sweet-brier, Dvwy h»ngH the roso. As I follow wliorc her footstep, Lightly printed, goes. Sun, that ooinetli up to nmi me, »",IH there aught to see I'own iH-iieath the gray horizon Half HO fair OH she Down the path she careless wauiicrol, Wkere the lilies drooped Hero lier garment lru»htl the dew off As tthe, nithorint, stooped. Here she turned and paused, nuceriain Ah, I hoar it now!— Over HI ones the full brook Ringing Faintly, far below! heading on to greet the Josca re lied, una white, »t pink xlic gathervtl, dropping one for me! Then to where the lioneysueklo Olinilis to reach the air— Ko, she stopped and left it climbing. Turning otherwhere. Where tln'ii Oh, adown this pathway, Where her heliotrope Makes the air with perfume heavy, Pnr|liiiK !|U tlio slope. Sun, that maketli shadows shorter A» I follow still, Whero were you at early dawning When she clinibcd the hill Shall she climb to wait your coming, She, my own, my sweet, When her...

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 March 1874

S 1 jk*. W THE NEWS. National Finances. The discutwion' of tho national finances which has occupied the attention of the Ben ate puce the meeting of Congress, promises soon to be brought to a final test as witness the following little talk had in the Senate on March 18th: Senator Hamlin—'This discussion has been carried on to an titwt little less than criniiual. Senator Sherman—Business of all kinds is disarranged bv onr failure to indicate what wo am going to do. Senator. Logan—I am rciuly to vote on this question to-morrow, or whenever tho Senate teJeady. Senator Chandler When all these long winded fellows get through, let us take up the question tinder the live-minutes' rale,and then sit it out. Senator Davis—I add my voi$e to T!FK DEMAND FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION. Senator Ferry, of Miohigan—I am willing to tlx a day for general debate under the Hive 4pnte rule, and then sit it through until we finish by a vote. Senator Ferry, of Connecticut—I have been a disgusted listener to this th...

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. — 26 March 1874

THE NEWS. National Finances. The (liecussioii of the national fniaiioon which lms occupied tlio nttontum of tho Sen atc HUK'O the meeting of 'ironi«ON noon to bo brought tonl'mal lest: an witness tho following little tnlk hail in tlio Somite on Maivli IStli: Senator llniulin—This discussion luis been earned on to an extent little less than criminal Senator Shorninn --Hnsiness of all kinds in disarranged !y our failure to indicate what we are going to do. Senator Logan lam ready to vote outlaw question to-morrow. or whenever the Senate is roady. Senator 'handler When all tliene long winded fellows gel through, let us take up the ipieHtiou uiutor the live-nuuutos rtllc.tltul tlioil nit it out. Senator la\is I add my voii to run pi .irANo rou IMSIKIIATE ACTION. Senator Kerry, of Michigan I am willing to tiv a day for general debate uiulev the tive luiiinte rule, and then .--it it. through until we finish 1»y a vote. Senator Ferry, of Connecticut- I have 1M CII a disgusted listener to 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. — 26 March 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT AT A. :HARWQOD, Editor & Proprietor. —AUSTIN, IliNN TiltRSDAT MORNING, MARCH, 26. 1374. A Word to the Council -As Aider men, you have authority— anions other things,—to fix the amount cf license to be paid by liquor denier*. Ity ^etermining what that nmount shall be, yen are to be guided wholly by prinoiplee, affecting the uiorals, gnr eromeBtand business piosperity of the entire eity, regarded as a single indi­ vidual. In thia view ef the ease, it is yo«r doty to let the officer absorb the citiseo, and the well being of the city outweigh all considerations of person al interest. If you do this, you will fix lioenee 10 high ss to ellect practical prohibition. Messrs. Aldermen, this «ity is clamorous for relief from the «NM of intenperanee. BATA SMALL SHB •ATI IT Wkrrs Mlaeail Tb*y Ntst. There is a differ&nco of opinion as to whether the "young people's union" should meet on Sabbath evenings, or at other times. It may be said that the community is divided upon ...

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 March 1874

ty 1 tfC t' THE TFtASfSCBIPT AV^IIAAWOOD, met, Mcladftly. Editor & Proprietor. w. --AUSTIN, IHNH. ftltfltSDAY MOENIXO, MARCH, 36.1874. •v A Word to tho CounoH Jli Aldertoea, joo h*w authority— iafln^ Mhw things,—to fix the amount «f lioeose to be paid.bJ liquor dialers. I|| ^ptenainiag what that amount shall bs/'joasra to bt guided wholly by yriadplM, affecting„ the uiorsls, gw enuoeat aid business ptospeiity of the aatlra eity, refSried as a single indi this view afthe ease, it ie ytV doty to let the oSoer abeorb the eHissa, aad the well being of the eity outweifh nil eoaeiderations ofperenn allihwl- Ifyou do thin, yon will It Uooaoeao high as to eflect prsetieal pnkikilin. Messrs. Aldermen, this is slsniawaB (br taliaf from the ansa of InMa^pertase. ,8HALL SBB •I4fl It -^Wi. •cei ./ fltm la a dlAwaaoe of opinion as to whither th4 ••jauag people's union" Aould meet on ftitrtMrih evenings, or at other tUaee. It be «Ud\ Aat tta^» conuauaity la divided npon thisqueetion Let as see...

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. — 26 March 1874

ARAIRCWI CABM. K. WHEAT, M. D., Hoiftt»pathxs Physician and Surgeon. 01M nd Residence, Cttrncr of St. Paid and Mill Street» Uyi Awllp, Mteiwte. P. THOBNHIU', M. Physician !ttL and Surgeon, 00M, Soath Site of T\B SMITH, rablio Sqnare, AUSTIN. MINNESOTA. T^R. W. L. UOLLISTER, C*iMr of Mill WiDMijStiwiti| Austin* Minnesota. MI CTIM. DR. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue Earth City, laapwtfully Inform* thi aabUe tkK hi ku permanently LOCATED IN AUSTIN. flw rnt Solaar A Uorgaa'a Mora. Kul' fail iw eait af thi Publli School MMiu, «Wn ka may ba found to attead promptly to all aalla la tha Una of Ui profai auau H. WAUUNER, M. D., Homoeopathic? Physician and Surgeon, 23tf SPRING VALLEY, MINN. J^USS B. DAVIS, Qsntral Agtat Home Life In#. Co* fct laatkara IfianMota aid Northern Iowa. OSw,UtSMcawtkir Oea»tI*s*i. Tit 1"*"'1!"— JUSTIN MILLS, Th# only flouring Austin. Mill in SHOUt 4 CO. Dealer la AQRITJITURAL IMPLEMENTS, Farm Machinery and Product, 'Anthracite and Bituminrai Coal. Orders Solicited end ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 26 March 1874

BY IDOBIL J. BALK, 'ri?a arc brown ami Wre 1 he anewflakce sweep through the frosty air. YLMn tU®^?ntl7 wiud A Ttl°wil'|V'Ug «PPrt and play, As It wearily wuiatlea thenlgbt away. Thei tirao-woru clock in the corner stand*, with faded dial and rusted hatuk. ccaacleaa motion ita pendulum twiufp, Ana this is the doleful soug it niiigs: Tick—tick—tick! There are smiles ami teaia 1 in the mournful tale of a hundred yean. The voice of Memory, soft and low, Whispers to-night of the long ago. There arc friends yon loved, there arc hopes moat dear, That arc dead and gone with the old, old year. Spiders have woven their silken thread Iu the dingy corner overhead, 'Mid the endless dust of the busy day That hands how pulseless have swept away. Thoughts and dreams of the old aud new Pass before me in fond review. have watched (lie play of a rosv child And I ho tender gaze of a yuuth that smiled In raptures over a picture fair And tiny curl of golden hiir, I have seen him look with manly pride on...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 2 April 1874

UO, 50,Ci mailt prevails in the streets of Bombay now tha£TbaH (Seen N^Binot/ttN ttnffThy of 18ft. Son* of Uialowt dwwee «. Ann and AUciu Unnulmans made an attack on firing tlieir-fcosmea of depred«^4 aidea are v...: city ](Mmmar, aud the trtopa in aqdaround the l•»i piltvs «K &^bienfe ^unjl^'io ffiiwi it-WZWVmttWA+ia&l&mmli «wrt***b«bi©t. the,fMMNiaMd|^MM|Ikwfcfcfc sometliiiig was thought to fte ikkl, agalast.tbM -$nm!fWlftksfoh-Jtn *4hat thelndiam are leaving there for tbe war path dally,'sml'that Kftow, atttas present" W.ifl tn.Wfl pgwei I-by fiwe need tom»katbBaelfaireU» reeerattoii, who were unwilling tb, a efibrt MmefW.AJt/UOvi Wisv 4S »*o druggists—Jones ft Lewis, and Workman Brothers-have sinned the dealers' pledge. AT Maeon Cit^, "TfdWa, twenty seven 4IWA *PPe*red to answer to indictment drinks!^* *1**/ and other intorh^g OHE hundred and twelve women visited the saloons in Flint, Mich., recently, and one dealer succumbed. Two salooniatB in Adrian, .Mich., haye s...

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. — 2 April 1874

THE NEWS. Rlotlti India. A lotter from India -naVH tint mora excite­ ment prevails in tlio nti-ootM of Bombay now thai IIRH licon BOCU miico the mutiny of 1857. Homo of tlio lower atamoe of Arab and African MiiBHulniaiiH mode an attack on tlio l'aroee*, firing their'honxee aiul committing every kind of depredation. lu the attack* many 0i botli •sides are reported to have been killed. The city Mitliwitios seem twaroely equal to the emergency, and tlio troops in and around the city are not in Huflicieut numbers to preserve order. Tlio ranso of the MiifsnlmanB' hoatil itv to tlio l'arcces is that pne of tlio latter wrote a liook on tho vatious religions, in which something wax thought to bo Said against. till, character of MaUomet. —-—&x:—uj Vw Indian Affairs. .r Information from Red Cloud Agency reports that the Indians are leaving there for the war­ path daily, and that noon, at tho present rate, the agency will bo without lodge. Only one hundred and fifty loaves aro qoyr ittsned...

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. — 2 April 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HARWOOD, A Editor Proprietor. —AUSTIN, HXNN.— THURSDAY MORNIXGi APRIL, S. 1ST*. -nmSSSSS=aBB9B9BB9BSSS9S LAST XdodajrcnalaviNfid aa epoch in thetamperanoe causa, around which ineinonr will erer dta|. According t° adjournment, the City Council met at tlie court house ta glve audience to the r.nmmittrfu taring In charge the temper ance work. They cane in supported by a home tall of earneit men and women. Aflur a Utile preliminary bust ness President Smith announced flit readiness of the Council to hear any com­ munication which might be presented Whfnnpon O. W.'Wmw Esq, on be. half of the gehdenmn^i committee, read a petition signed by about three hundred men, some of them dronhards, some of them moderate drinkers—b«t the grtat majority'being ettlaeae of the very best class, asking the Cornell tb flk to be paid tar 11. cense, at notices than |800i In advoca. «jr of the petition Ilk Shaw siM' all -want is fair plaj and roughs, bullies, and prize (lighter*, grant th...

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. — 2 April 1874

GSO. am-' N.WHBAT, M. D., OCuni CWMT tf Mt. AW emd Mitt Streett, Myt iwUf, THORNHILL, M. D-, Physician and Surgeon, OOoa, Beath SMo of WM*» AUSTIN, 4.1 MINNHOTA. HOLLISTEA -ns. w. L. 7 Hate aad WtaoaajMreets, Austin* IcCilM. DRftIHI B1 Minnesota. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue I Oitj, lospestfully liblW ft» im «t semeaoatly LOCATED IN AUSTIN. |, ,IM |(h«r H"#"1* lUlfc W* |n |m east of tki P*Ui WooJ ktlliiMi vkm ho ai| to fw*i to *®*55. te iB calls la 4* Hm lfUl «W TVOSS B. DAVIS, Qmifil Agnit Horn* LM® liw«COi tm liilfcin WmMitoMi Northern Iowa. Mss,Ut Dcsr Ssatfcef OnttSi 11.If Aaatia. Miaaaeota.. £U81V* MILLS, Th# ^css •fid BB.SMITH, AIIXVITVUL IMKMMW. rv miasm Man Seticiud B. »4 Promptly illed. proprietor Pioneer Coal Yard. IMM. MINNESOTA. 4*y! J. VANVALKENBUBGH, Produce Dealer, J|m/AS itn a.Mmno», paewMtea KAKIIT, MINN* At Ikt JuiMu rf Ik* Milwaukee Bt Paal ajMbaSftia ltlBftoeot* Bellroftds. T*1 OQDDT HOUSB, Austin* Ww* I M. j. Cuddy. Proprietor. EMAB-QVAMTBR8 at this •HMLwith|Maoe...

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. — 2 April 1874

W!*4 of the Wlatsr Hlgfct. itlifceer wild and drear. Wind of the winter Thy midnight vole*' _f_%. VI HcaH^MtMht AjMHadow Heer In the aouterouaing strain That hollow voioeful apirit tone. An IMM knrt|W wMm, inw* Uulocka the past, Anf Mgbla of ptber,daye*U»t Ue Deep hi (he^ofimwV. •,, Flash bright and fart Hom^rlvidi Of llfeV flrxt llr Buried for yeara la ffcheabf tbe ym ttwa dgfcVr Wakea. at the tone, again to light, An^reeppaajw. .• 5 .r The rorta, the word" ofaotne loved one Once by my aide, now parted, gone .1 OXa^rjfiiatoauMeeny Or, haply sejfiratedwtito By wcatt league* of Und »ud tido— Andyaaiat""* O, memory aadl O. memory aweet! lloiroften thna, evoked, I m«*. Again my loatl My trBMis outairetdved to embaace, But heart to heart, apd face tofaee, IabutUw ghoet. Mysterious life! How UtUe we Ku6W%bet yon arc, or what shall bo When duat to dust But that dread Pywer that tonfttd the aowl Iswise to order and control Then reat, and trust. FARM AHD HOUSEHOLD. ^'(jw^MUB^eufL^ihetTU fuu...

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. — 2 April 1874

1 Wind of the Winter Night. Wind of the winter night! I hear Thy midnight roicc, weird, wild and drear, 8a4) rolcmUi fllow: Hear It without my window pano Hear in the noul-aroutiintl Ktrnin The voloo at long ago. That hollow voiceful spirit tone, An instant heard, then vanished, goue, I'lilockH tin* pant, And liglitH of other days that lio Drtp in HIP mint of im-utory, Flnnh bright aud fast! Snuie vivid lit ream of long lf. Of lifrV first Oreo, or love*" liixt glow, Buried for year* In aahos of the past from sight,— Wakes, at the tone, again to light. And reappears. The form, the words of some loved one Ouco lv my side, uow parted, gone To'lno realm* uusecu Or, haply separated wide Uy weary leagues of land and tide— And years between. », memory sad! O, memory sweet! I low often thins evoked, I meet A^ain my lost "lv arms are outstretched to embrace, Hut heart to heart, apd face to face, la but the ghost. Mysterious life! Mow little wo Know what you are, or what shall bo When dust to...

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. — 9 April 1874

THEiflSWB. The National PlnanoM. Tb« fpUonjng to statement of the public debt fortleinoufti of Mutli: 8i* per cent, bond* 91,214,663,150 Wve per cent, bonds 509,343,480 Total cbin bauds.... 1.733,900,000 Lawful money debt 14,T8,000 Matur:,a ,iebt 8,850,800 IiOgai tender apt*. illiriuK liondt* issued to Pacific Railroad Com­ pany Interest iu lawful money, principal outstanding Interest neerued, aud not paid Interest paid by the United 8tatra.... Interest repaid by transportation oif mails, etc Balance of interest paid by United States 98a,QT6,M7 CVrtiflcetp bf dcfcwii. 51,190,000 Krsctfcftal fciirrofey .1 40,10J,M» Coin oortiHcatcH 37,04S,000 Total without interest M9,044,407 a,a», M1.8M Total debt... Total intercut Cash in treasury, coin .-currency Special depoxlt held for redemption of certificate* of deposits provided bylaw .. 51,730,000 Total in treasury. 143,387,830 Debt, lens CSHII in S,lM,60tt,Tjj lVcreaxo iluriuK the month 3,180,338 U0,«7(l,661 M.131,970 4,93*1,451 64,033,513...

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. — 9 April 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAFEB OF TBS CODITT. A". A. HARWOOD, Editor A Proprietor. —ATOTXtf, HINN.— THURSDAY MORNIN0, APRIL 9. 1871. THE TRANSCRIPT stsrftito-day, upon ITS SBVKNTR IND«t Tint to ItsThbn sands of readers, and' will eonthme to represent home interests, faithfalljr, and to npiw the moat adianoed opinions apoa all questions of pubKtiniportanoe. VICTORY. "A* round and round we run, Truth will ever come uppermost, Jdufjuitice will b« done.** One month ago, our people began to agitato the question of temperanoe. ttt liquor-sellers war* then quietlj fegaling their oJfaetoriee with the aroma of their swset-eoented business. The taken of an "ooaasioual glass" were sipping their Motor and bestow, ihg benisons upon Baoohus,—the god of wine —the moderate drinkers were making themselves "comfortable" by ppuriug in their {daily draught the habitual: druukardiwere beaatialiiing themselves abuetuf their families, disregarding the rogtfUtiena- of refined soeiety, and ths lavs of the St...

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. — 9 April 1874

BUSINESS CARDS. N. WHEAT, M. D, Homcepathie Physician and Farm Machinery end HSjjgr 8nrgeon, Office and Ruidnw, Curner of St. Paul and *Mitt Streets, 52y I A ••tin* m»n—otm. P. THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, once, South Side Of Public Sq«w*» AUSTIN, JUL- MINNESOTA. Y^RTWTE HOLLISTER, Corner of Main ni Wiaeaajptroets, Austin* Minnosotfli No Ctaae. DRthat J. P. SQUIRES, lata of Blue Earth City, nipteUUly informs tk« pablic he hu ptmtsntlj LOCATED IN AUSTIN. Vffice ITW Bolaer A Mttpt'I store. donee, first door out of the P«blio Sohool building, where ho may bo found to attead promptly to all calls in tho lino of hU profos ii«i. JJUSS B. DAVIS, General Agent How* Life Int. Co, for Southern Minnoaotaand Northern Iowa. Oflo«, lit Door Booth of Ooert Haass. il ly Anatin. Minamata. USTIN MILLS, The only Flouring Mill in Austin. 60yl 1M- 1- Dealer ta AGBI ULTUEAL IMP Farm Machinery gnd iromfe, AnthradU arifttUDtantObal. Orders Solicited sad Prompilf filled. Proprietor Pioneer Coal ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 9 April 1874

A Drinking Song. •T LOKantLLOW. Come, old friend, sit down rad listen From the pitcher placed between us How the waters laugh and glisten In the head of old SUenun. Old Bilcuus, bloated, drunken, Led by his inebriate satyni On his breast his head is snnken, Vacantly lie leers and chatter*. Round about him fair Baochantcs, Hearing cymbals, flutes, and thyrses. Wild from Naxian groves, or Zsate's Vineyards, sing delirious verses. Thus he won, through all the nations. Bloodless victories, and the fanner Bore, ail trophies and oblations, Vines for banners, plows for armor. Judged by no o'er-scalous rigor. Much this mystic throng expresses Bacchus was the type of vigor. And Silenus of excesses. These are ancient ethnic revels Of a faith long since forsaken Now the satyrs, changed to devils. Frighten mortals wineo'ertaken. Now to rivulets from the mountains Point the rods of fortune-tellers Youth perpetual dwells in fountains, Not in flasks, and kegs, and cellars. Claudius, though he sang...

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. — 16 April 1874

THE NEWS. Washington. THE Sonata litis confirmed the nomination of Henry C. Johnson Commissioner of Customs, vim William O. Haines, removed. THK report that Commissioner of ratontw Leggott lias resigned is denied by that gontle man. THE IIOUHO Committee on Patents lias de­ cided to report adversely on tho bill proposing to appopriato $1,000,000 to bo disbursed by a scientific commission to inventors of new and useful articles, machines, etc., during the uoxt ten yearn. A MEMoniAi has leoii introduced in the House asking for the appointment of a delega­ tion, composed in part of women, to visit the Indian tribes and doviso means to improve their condition. A MIX has been introduced in tho House providing that government officers shall receive nothing but their salaries for services, thus do­ ing away with the moi'oty system. MOIKTV"SASIIOKN stated before the Con­ gressional Commit too that ho had received $213,518, and had expended $156,438. This latter stun was itemized, the chief i...

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. — 16 April 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT OFncrCpmOFMcogKtf. •A,. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor —AUSTIN, MINN.- THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL IS, 1874. iMrr-IMlc Commerce. Mr.'Duuncll: M.,C. from this district tootf quite a prominent part in the. debate, upon the McCrnry bill, wliich recently passed both Houses of Congress. We pur pote giving no epitome of his remarks, but merely to state that he believes fully tliat'the pnH'l.K huve all necessary power to control railroads, and other corpora­ tions for carrying freight and passengers ant! that it is the duty of Congress to reg­ ulate iutcr-atnte commerce, i. e. to so pro­ vide that freight In it* transit, shall not be subject to the payment of tolh lhat the leveral states through which it -passes may exact but that it shall be subject to •neb rates, only, as may be established uncle* the authority of the general government. The question is one of pre-eminent Importance to the people in the northwesternc.. states,, becausc we not ouly end our pro thice tfthe ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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