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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 21 May 1874

NEWS. The Financial Veto. Tlio following tables are given as indicating public opinion in tlio west, as reflected by the press, of tlio ProBHlcut'H voto of the financial bill: 8uat«in tho Oppose Neutral veto. the veto. Illinois 129 117 9 Imliaufe.., 47 77 Michigan ?.......... i. 82 2« Wiaconwitf'. 19 Minnesota 42 Iowa Miwuiri 2(5 Kansit 20 Ni!lira*.' 408 Vs further elansifioatlon by politic* ahows flint parties arc iliviiletl iu about equal ratio, thus 30 7 04 .18 2ft 8 SiiBtnin the Oppose the veto. veto. ltcpnblican 2D5 334 Dotnoorntic 128 11] Independent 01 Total 514 408 Washington. I'ftE laborers of the city of Washington, who have not been promptly paid their wages of Into by the city authorities, havo a cham­ pion in tho person of J. 1\ Hodnett, who pro­ poses to colloct tho money due thoin—through what moans, however, is not stated. TIIE engineer cmplovod by voatigating cuttimitteo, tho District in* Bays the government was Hugely overcharged—In somo instances more than tlio en...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 21 May 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER DF THE COUNTY. A. A. IIAKWOOI), Editor & Fropru'tor. --ATJSTIH, MINN- THURSDAY MORNINU, MAT 21. IS7I. CSenern! Il«w«rl. No oiw can help r»\)oieinr at tho ttiutr.phnnt vindic:ilin this philan­ thropic wild1 gitlhnt snMior. Kvcr Mnco his first ap|»»»*ranc« in public lite, the Ornornl has boeir the victim of malicious persecution. He is a nat urn) rndicnl. Whatever he believes, he lielievrs fully, and then irakcs his acts to corrcepomt. Such a course ezeites Hi hostility of that targe class of men who never have both feci on the same side of tk« fenee at one time. The public man that has always (-soaped detraction, is the one who has never interfered with the plans, or frustra­ ted the purposes of those who live by their practices. General Howard id not that mn. The fervor of his re­ ligious seal baa intensified the malaee of hi* detractors. Politicians oombine against any nan who is at all conspic­ uous for his piety. They do not want an} mtigioo in 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. — 21 May 1874

BUSINEftS CARDS. P. A.ELDER CLERK OF TltB DISTRICT COURT. Aiitii, Mower Coaaty, Hininto T71 P, VAN VALKENBURGH, Jj, Swln la Vim Machinery, Skit, Coal, LiM, flnii, 4«., Aa. Oie« South 8ld« of Pablie Square, Austin, Miaa. viz J. VANVALKENBURGH, Produce Dealer, Austin, (TEO. Minnesota. 1 W. ROBINSON. REGISTER OF DBBDS, Mower Co Miaa. Will Mtnln* titlea, p*y taxes tor non reeideata, Aa. Aaatia, Minn., March 14th, 1871. jl B. 8LQCUM, Dealer ia Grato and Lumber, at Roie Creek, MW" Vow Lumber Yard Juat opened. Lum­ ber, Lath and Shinglea, constantly oa hand. Try ma. JJR. W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner Mala aad Winenajj8tre«te, Austin* Minnesota. No CtaM. W J^USS B. DAVIS, General AgentHome Life Int. Co( for Soothera Miaaesota aad Northern Iowa. OSot, lat Door Ssath of Court Homas. HE RAMSEY HOUSE, JOSH V. MORRISON, PaoratatoB RAMSEY, MINK., At tho jaaotioa of the Milwaukee A St. Paul aad Soothera Mioaeaeta Railroad*. A GALLOWAY, AUSTIN, MINN. Groceries & Provisions. AIM—Agent for the St. Joe ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 21 May 1874

Gcorge Washington. IHT J. M. MERRICK. Georga Washington a hatchet had, AndHhopped his father's tree— A dee4 befitting no good lad, Bntlad had could bo. Whou'homo at night his father camo, With d§ily toil worn out, No net he gave his weary frame, But went and looked about. JV. And tthen he saw his tree was marred (A Cherry, tall and fair, )ts sri^oblh young bark all foully scarred,) Ho wept, and tore his hair. Then for his on she loudly called: "Ocorgo Washington, appear!" And Goorge, expectiug to bo mauled, Said, "Father, I am here." Then asked his sire, "Who did this wrong Who hacked my precious tree And George, not hesitating long, Said, "Father, it was mo. I cut tho tree you love so well That cruel deed was mino: You know a lie I cannot tell My ways to truth incline." The old man took a cowhido thin His son and heir to welt Without a word ho did begin— His soul no mercy felt. Then, when his fury was appeased, But e'er George ceased to bum, Tho senior said, "My son, be pleased Thi...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 28 May 1874

& THE NEWS. Civil Rights Bill Passed. The civil rights bill introduced ly tlio lato Sir. Suiniior lias at last pawed the Senate. Tlio following is tlio voto by which the bill la8soil that hotly. May 23, after a session of twenty hours, mainly devoted to its lia- O YEAS—Alcorn, Allison. Itantwell, HuekiiiRham, Couklinir. Kiiminiiln, riiiiiiwiii, KriliiiRhnytion, lliiniUii, Harvey, IIowo. Inualls, Mitchell, Morrill, of Vermont, OKlraliy, rutttisiui, I'rano, Pratt, lUm KPV, ITOLH riKon, SHI'KOIIF, S]enccr, Stewart, \Va«lh-iKli, Wa*litmrn, Wrvt, Wimjoin atort Wrights I ...ivik-Bos?.' itoiinvm, Car^ontor, Cooicr, Bavin, Oiigi'r, of MJ-, Johnyai, lUilcy, Lewis, McPiwry. Mi iTiman, Norwood, Ransom, 8aula luirv, :ui«l Stockton—14». Of Uio Senators not voting, Morton, Cam cron, Hitchcock, Chandler, Ferry, of Mich., Wioiniuii iu^l Logan, who would have Voted for the bill, wero paired with Stophensoi^ Tlmrnmu, Tipton, Bayard, Dennia, Gold lliwaiio and Gordon, who would liavo voted against ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 28 May 1874

THE NEWS. Civil Rights Bill Passed. Tlio t'ivil rights lull introduced ly tho Into Mr. Sumner lias :it last panned tlio Semite. 1'ho following in tlio voto liy wliioli tlio lill I'iiHHtMl that body. May 2:?, after a ecwion of twenty hours, uiaiulv devoted to its dis­ cussion YKAK— AIPOVII, Allison, LIMIT T'L!, C'ouklitii l'.iliiinmlH, lliirfciiiRlwill, I'IMIKIJIMM, l-'ri-liiiKhiiyKeli, Jlamlin, ltar\«'V, llow,1, Imjalls. MiW'hi'U, Morrill, of Vermont, iVic.-l'v. Tall. rv«'ti, IVUHO, l'ratt, Itmn W'V, SIIRV"'. s.-.'tt, sj'oucor, Stewart, Uaillci/'h, \V ishbuin, We.-t, Wincltmi and Wright— »vi- l!." v, I:i, \ii j-rntrr, Cooper, Pavix, Uagi r. liniuiiio", «'f MJ-, Johnson, Kullrv, Lewiw, Mi-fnvi-v, IMiiTimtiii, Norwood, linnsom, Sauln tiir-\, SUvkloti-lCi. or tl:e Senators Hot voting, Morton, Cam eron. llih'lu'ock. Chandler, Fcrrv, of Mich., Sherman aud Logan, who would liavo voted for the hill, were paired with Stephenson, Tliurman, Tipton, liayard, Denniw, Ciohl lliwaiie and (iortloi...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 28 May 1874

THE NEWS. Civil Rights Bill Passod. Til.' nil rights bill iulroilit.v.l lv tlio late Mr. Siamicr luin at last passed Iln Si'iisi(«"•. 'I'll.' follow ill} is tin- volo 1 which I lie bill p:\ssi-.llliat lui.h. May U:!. after a session of twenty hours. mainly .li'voteil it* Sli.'i mail fin in House eeliMtriiig period last year. Tm: Lucc.i divoreo suit in still before tlio New ork courts. Tho last move was on an order to show cau:,o why (ho. defendant, Rarou Yon Rhaden, of Rerlin. should not bo restrain­ ed from further litigation. ni: Connectieut legislature, lias electcd V.'. \v. i..it.ou, United Slatos Senator, in place of Mr. l'Uckii'ghain. in: New York Stale Associated Press mot N e.rk. May 21). The following ollicors were e'eei,.,!: Presidcjit, James Warren, liuf i!o( oini.-r: 1'H" ciis.-iou: Vns Allison. lioutncll. Uu.Uingham, •tMlUllll!', 1 .Ilium.K I 'l.-in:i:::l ll. I'l'i lill|-llllyK.'H, Hamlin, II:,n. x.llow.. In Morrill, of Vermont. ii.'ir-l'!, IVase. I'ratt. Rum s« \, Ki*l...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 28 May 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PiMW' nfficonrr: A.- A. HARWOOD,- Editor & PrtJprietor. -AUSTIN, «N1T.- TBVRSDAT MOKKIKO, MAT II, 1874. FROM the best information w« o» get ik»apparent that the grasshop­ pers are d6iii£ considerable damage in tfc!eaouthiwestern part of tho state, and that gnat destitution among the set. tiers then is inevitable. Prompt imims sboald bo taken for their re lM^JMiftDsaeU eaat afford to see her sons and danghteiasdbr for want of victuals orolothing. GOTBRNOR DAVIS, reeently addfess edthh-Wovkiof Men's Association of St Ftinl, dbeussiag the evroMj ques­ tion at ooosiderable length. He op* Roses inflation and exhoxts to a speedy nturn to a speoie basis. We all know that responsibility behind the paper representative of money is all that gives value to the National eorren ejt OtopsfnlatioB in round numbers is about 43,000,000, and the euneney in circulation is about 9600,000,000* making a little less then 914, for the use- of each man, woman, and ehild Common, s...

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. — 28 May 1874

.•I F. A.J3U3ER CLERK OF THE DVTBIC1 COURT, Aastia, Mower ftm^MiaMNta RP, VAN VALKENBURGH, Dealer ia hn VMUBMJ,Salt, Coal, Lima, Grain, to., Aa. Ofln South Sido of YibHe Square, Austin, liiu. mil J. VANVALKENBURGH, Produce Dealer, Minnesota. jitu/in, GEO. W. ROBINSON. BEQISTBB OP DEEDS, Mower .Co Miaa. Will examine title*, pay taaes for aoa residents, lo. AtttiiBy Minn., March Mlb# 1371a Jl B. SLOCUM^ Dealer in Grain and Lumber, at BOM Creek, Mian. New Lumber Yard jut opened. Lam ber, Lath and Shingle*, constantly Try me. J^R. W. L. HOLLISTER, USS B. DAVIS, on hand. 30 [Comer of Main and Wintna|JStmli, Austin* Minnesota. No CABM. Tyl Central Agent Horn* Life Int. Co* #*r Soathora Minnesota aad Northers Iowa. MN,1st Doer Soith of Osurt House. HE RAMSEY HOUSE, /OHM PaoraiBTon MORRISON, BAMSEY, MffNIf., At the Jaaetloa of the Milwaukee A St. Paal emd Southern Minnesota Bailroads. A GALLOWAY, AUSTIN, MINK. Groceries A Provisions* AIM—Agent for the St. Jo* Plow, mannfao* Mil a red at Mis...

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. — 28 May 1874

Lullaby. A lltoimkiid and a thousand silken loavox, 11 ie ttiftod bocch uii folds in early spring, AU clad iu teiulorcet green, All of the self-same shape. A ihonsand infant faces, soft and sweot, Each year bciuIb forth yot every mother views fr-l«»t not least beloved Like its dear self alone. No musing mind hath ever yet foroshapod Tho face to-iuorrow's sun shall first reveal, No heart hath o'or conceived What love that faco will bring. O sleep, my babe, nor heed how mourns tho galo To part with thy soft locks and fragrant breath, As when it deeply sighs O'er autumn's latest bloom. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. I'rtocN lor KwHtckcoiiN. It may interest many breeders of cuttlo in this country to loarn that prizes will be given at th prizes will be riven at the Pair of tho Royal Jersey Agricultural Society, to be hclil 111 til© Island of Jersey during tho coming summer, for cows having riVi°" eaoutclieons or milk-mirrors. 1 his is the first time that prizes were ever offered for escutcheons. Mi...

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. — 28 May 1874

Lullaby. A lniiisainl ami a tliounaiul silkou leaven, llio tuft oil boccli unfolds in early npriiig, All clad iu tciulcrmt f?rcen, All of tli© aclf-namo uluipo. A thousand infant faces, soft anil sweet, lv.ieh year seiuln forth yet every mollicr vie\vn liar last not leant beloved Liko it» dear wolf alone. No ninning mind liatk over yet foroslinpeil Tlio face to-morrowV sun Hliall tirnt reveal, No heart hath e'er conoeivod What lovo that face will hring. O floi'|i. my babe, nor heed how mourns tlio Kiilo To ]art with thy soft looks and fragrant lircath, As wlum it lo«'|ilv ni^lis O'er autumn's latent bloom. FA KM AM» HOUSEHOLD. I'l-i/c* liiir IWuii hrom. It may interest many breeders of rattle tlus country to loam tluit prizes will be given at the Fair of the Royal Jersey Agricultural Society, to bo heiil in the Islaucl of Jersey (luring the coming summer, for cows having tho best escutcheons or milk-mirrors. This is tlie first time that prizes were ever offered for escutcheons. Mixe...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 June 1874

'•N.-- "^V I" *2! •i f"- T, 4 v»_ A. THEN EWS. Washington. Tito Washington reporter of a New York morning paper succeeded in witnessing the wedding at tlie White House by disguising himself a colored waiter, and MMWting the caterer at the brcakfaut table. THK Senate linn confirmed the following nominations: James B. Bedford, Associate Justice of tlie Supremo Court of Colorado John Prott, United States Marshal of tho Ter­ ritory of Now Mttttfjb J. A. Ittudor, Appraiser of Mcrehnndieo, Detroit and Dana A. Chever, roHtmastcr at Denver, Colorado. EVIDENCE has been given boforo tlie House committee oil banking and currency which showed that attempts had beon mado-to bribe Kiibonliuate employes of tho manufacture!* Of lio goveniment flbre-ii*|w, to socuro some of tho paper. A ri..\N for a monument to Charles Sumner, in oitlier bronze or marble, to cost $50,000,has been presented by an eminent artist to the Executive Committco of tho Sunmor National Monument Association. The monument is to...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 June 1874

THEN EWS. Washington. Tlio Washington reporter of a Now York morning paper succccded in witnessing tlio wedding at tlio White IIOUHO L»Y dibguimng hituHclf aw a colored waiter, aiul assisting the caterer at tlio breakfast table. Tin: Senate ban confirmed tlio following nominal ion* Janica 15. lied ford, Associate .lu*tico of tlio Supremo Court of Colorado .John Prett. United States Marshal of tlio Ter­ ritory of New Mexico J. A. liludor, Appraiser of ^lerehaiulif e. Detroit aiul Dana A. Clicver, Postmaster at. Ien\er, 'o!orado. KVIPKNIT. has been ivc:i before tlto House eonnv.iilee on banking and curreney which t-lio\ved that attempts had been made to bribe ul'oii'iisaie enii'loyi-H of tlio manufacturers of the mneniinent libre-paper, to socuro some Of (!ie paper. A H.\N for anionument to Charles Sunnier, in cither bron/.e or marble, to cost 50,000, lias been presented by an eminent artist to tlio F\ecmivo Coumiitteo of the Sumner National Monument Association. Tlio monument is to c...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 June 1874

'•3 THE TRANSCRIPT MTllilAL P4PEB OF THE CODHTY. A. A.. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor. -AT7STIU, MINN.— THURSDAY MOBNIKa,.JCNE 4, 1874. PU LIT MAC. Kx-ofllce borders, defeated candidates, and dissupointcd aspirants of the Repub­ lican party, arc fining with the noii-prin cipaled Democrats,—hoping thereby to p:iiri ,%omo political advantage. They aeek to divest the atteniiicusofthe people from their real, pnrpoee. and thus to avoid ar fatal exposure. Because corporations have encroached upon. privato rights in some instances,—because capital has boen capricious and exacting,—dictating terms to labor,—and because there have been defalcations and malfeasances in office, they condemn the republican ad­ ministration, and the party generally, and in place of these, propose :to substitute hostility to monoply, restraint of eapiUT, and purity of official management This it- all pretense. The democratic party has now neither principles nor organisation. Its disintegration is complete. As ...

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

1UHKEW C4«Dflt F. A.ELDER CLERK OF TUB DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower Coagty, Minnesota E P, VAN VALKENBURGH, Dealer in Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, Grain, Ao., Ac. Ottap South Bide of Public Square, Austin, Mi«u. ml3 J. VANVALKENBURGH, Produce Dealer. Austin, Minnesota. G'EO. W. ROBINSON. REGISTER OP DEEDS, Mower B. 8LOCUM, Dealer in Grain and Lumber, at Rose Creek, Minn. New Lumber Yard just opened. Lum ber, Lath and Shingles, constantly on hand. Try me. 3d JJR. W. L. HOLLI8TER, ^Corner of Main aad Winena^StreatJ, Austin* Minnesota. No CAUBS. Tyl JJUSS B. DAVIS, General Agent Home Life Int. Co, for Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa. Oflce, let Doer Seath of Oomrt Houe. HE RAMSEY HOUSE, JOHN K. MORRISON, Pnopninron RAMSEY, MINN., At the junetion of the Milwaukee A St. Paul and Southern Minnesota Railroads, I GALLOWAY, AUSTIN, MINN. Groceries & Provisions) Also—Agent for the StxJoe Flaw, manufae ured at Mishnwaka, Ind. ddtf Psurance HjLLIP LAWRENCE. Fire In in Reliable Co...

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

ii I $ Looking,JtecJu I may live long, bat some old days Of dear, deep joy akin to pain— Some suns tUSt'set on woodland ways Will never rise for me again By shining so^and glad, green shore That frolic waves ran home to kiss, Some words I heard that nevermore Will thrill me with their mystic bliss. O love! still throbs your living heart— Yon have not crossed death's sullen tide. A deeper deep holds ns apart: We woro more near if you had died— If yon had died in those old days When light was on the shining sea, Ami all the fragrant woodland ways Wero paths of hope for yon and me. Doad leaves aro in thoso woodland ways Cold are the lips that need to kiss: 'Twero idle to recall those day*, Or sigh for all that vanished bliss! Do you utill wear your old-time grace, And charm now loves with ancient wiles? Could I but watch your faithless face, I'd know the moaning of your smiles. ...—The Galaxy. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Poultry TJee. An excliangesays •. One of our cor­ respondents wishes it s...

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. — 11 June 1874

1 4 rirfnf! i* Mlf« I •m TIVO per ccut, bonds.. *"j£f ly law ____ Total coin bamls.....'. 1,1 •KFW W gjgP .« V* *.«• !. •»*•».•• Total in troasmry IK"" Jli-ori lli'iuls l«uy, iiitnvst |a,v»blti in lawful money, in'ini'iiuil outstauding Intercut aocrucd, and not amwni aM» ooo 40.S38.6M 33,17y,!S00 517,844.937 3,901.(W1.021 ».' "rucuoual currency Coin ccrUMea Total without intaacftk.......... Total debt Total inti-rcBt............. Cosli in li&rtiry, ft.Ui,.i*............ ourrcncy Knecinl rti'invit liol«l for redemption at cerUtluutou of dcuoHit. SI,3M,«#3 81,U.W,S»7» 11,177,701 OH j«viil«l RFL.OBO.OOO 1«MM,«S3 itiVWMM 4,45C,KM oiai ill jroasmry K"lt, Irijscwjliiii trviiNiirv..,..r..,. A •iKTruwo nuniitjtiji" muntli.. S IIUUIM I.^uw to Pifri LLFL Hnlfr^wHJoHl- 17,331,3U The WIscftHilto R. R. War. A now pliaso iu tlio railroad war is dovel-t «prf.Tho oreilitoraof tho Chkago Mid North-! at Miulisoii, to restrain and provont the tlM oiHcoru and all other 1 ho Potter law.<p><...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 June 1874

~*v ». Th# Public Debt. The following is the Hay statement of the 'public debt: l$i!« l*'f rent. bonds rivf per cent. bond* Total coin IIOUIIH Lawful money ilubl. Hlfctt »thTCld«bt.. I^gSHundcr notes Ufcthlratna of iloimcit Traotioiial currency Total without intercut.. Total Total interest.. Cat.li in ^ixAMiiry, coin enrivney Sjx rial ile]Miit ltrM for reiiemptioii of eevtilieal«'.s of ileiHoit !i« provided by law Total in treasury 1 Vlt. |e,s eiifli i.u treasury I lien .isiTljirtm (lie moiitJi Ponds i-.-noil I." r.M-ilie Ritilrond Cotn nii. itilt•:»» lawful moiK-y, !'i nii'i|'al outstanding Interest accrued, ami liot petal Inten-sLjuuLt The Wisconsin F1,213,W.7,900 610,2711,MM l,724,a4«,'.HHI M,C78»atM 4,321, »KI y«!,076,777 M,(M0,MM 4r.,sa8,t 94 :U,I7S»,MW M7.TM4.9J7 2,»»i,«wi,oa7 wi.mu.owi 11,177,703 r.«,rco,MM 3,ur,2(^,4:w 4,45t,tKIS (i4,r.2»,r.i-i M1S.M7 29,3Wt,«0t i,iy.».\45o 17,391,211 United. Slates..,.-... v#Hir by jr«nsiiortation of r'"i R. R. War. A new jiliiiso in tho ra...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 June 1874

I 4 .. Tot.-il I e.iin liomlst Lawful money ilcbl Mature.t debt iA'lial tender not en Oiu-thleatea ol" TYtietional eiinvuey ruin eerlitleates. Totiil wit limit intei-ext Total debt Totnl inliTrsl t'ai-h in lixiiMiry, coin Total in Ji'i-ii- ir I'I'M. I.ru: li in iv.i- ii ry .i •. duriti-! tli*' month II'rci-i 1 MI .!- i--ued IMeiii.- ,l!l\. ll.l-i.l a.-, IN W.i\ _. THE NEWS. The Public Debt. Tlio following i» tho May statement of the public debt: Kit per eent. bonds 1,21.1,(W7.W0 J'lVO IK'I' tVllt. llOllds. mil, ami no! II. I'.rit-tow, [ook i-hargt' of tho dopartiiKtul on I in- 111: ii:: t. Auoi.i-u CIAJHH, who WAS !'.aifl of I" his h.-.i:-'l. I'nr pit !V rins' tho i"i tho :t.l in*t., with tut aitiK'k of malarial iiol..i!o if po^nihlo. III: tho 1 lo-.i-o at this Kession. Till Senaie unanimoUMly con lir mod tlio n.'iiii'ialioii fl' (Ion. lirintow ti» Secretary of the t'reaMiry. Mr. liieharilson \va« (iiioussKTT oiinuiiniat leadci'H, who escaped from tho penal colony of Niw Caledonia w...

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. — 11 June 1874

1! 4 -3j '1 1 5 -Si 6! THE TRANSCRIPT FFFFFIUI PAFSB 8F atom. A. A. UAKWOOD|. Elttor & Prnnrittor. -AUSMAR^MNM TBUftaiVV MOKN1NO, JtliilS It. 1874. Mrarjr vs. H»Mjr liAiwrn ITacni. Thcue classes are not always entirely dfstiact from each other,,a» i» the caw ofretfreilimunalhotneerrj- merchants, or laborers, who loan tJWfwrplui earnings to others of the MBIO class. Or when a haah in Jftwhter, or money lender, un­ dertakes incidentally some productive pursuit. Notwithstanding tlaie occasion al coincidence, it Is not difficult to ace that there are such clhasnv with interests altogether distinct, and" that the}' may be eoaie antagonistic by the exorbitant do •sands of either one npon the other. The •lass having k»possession, or within easy reach, forge quantities of the medium of exchange, may demand for Ha use price which the money users cannot pay withovt serious detriment The money of the capitalist supplies all hit needs, and meets his obligations. Those who under the powerful...

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