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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 June 1874

GEO. CiBM. F. A.EL.DER OLIBKOf THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower Cowaty, Minnesota P, VAN VALKENBURGH, Xi, Dealer ia lam Machinery, Salt, Coal, LlM, GNia, it., Ae, 0®eo South Sid* Pablie low*, Aaatia, Mhu. J. VANVALKENBURtfH, Produce Dealer* Jkustin, PsalirOnln sad USS B. DAVIS, Minnesota. W. ROBINSON. RKGI8TBR OF DBRDS, Mower'Co Miaa. Will esamine titles, pay taxes for aoa* iwMwti) Ae. Aaatia, Nba., Mutk UA, 1871. yl B. 8LOCUM, LMW,IIIMI JYK W. L. H0LLI8TER, (Ancestor to PAffC* ATTORNEY Creek, Miaa. Hew Lumber Ttri Just opened. Lm ber, Lath aad Shiagloc, eeastaatly oa hand. Try aie. W ^Corner of Mala aad WiaeaajjStrects, Austin* Minnesota. Xe CUM. 'T1 QMMTIIAgent Horn* Life Ins. Co, fer BoaUcra Mlaaooetaaad Northern Iowa. OBee, let Door South ef OwrtBwi. FJIHE RAMSEY HOUSE, IOIX I. XORRISOK, Paoratarea *A*M*Y. MOW., At Uw JneHee of tk« MlHraakee A St Paal Ml lea there Mlaaeeeto laUroada. GALLOWAY, AU3TIW, MIMH. Orooeries & Provisions* AIM—Afloat for the St. Jo* Plow, maaufae- e...

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. — 11 June 1874

Epigrams. '"The rdoi and tub fleas. Front Uw, Greek of Luciau. A fool wis bittou by tho fleas 80 lie put out the light And as ho did it, "Now," said ho, Yon cannot nee to bito." TI1E MIHER. From the Greek of X(carditis. So lMioidon wcepa, poor miser— Not bocause doatli i» near But because lio bought a cofliu, And paid for it too dear. TIIK VIl F.ll. From (he Greek of Vein. A iioxioim viper once A Cappadociau bit lint hooii tho reptilo died— Tho blood had poisoned it. ON A PHYSICIAN WU« WAS A TUI£F. From (he Greek. Willi nunliuinit liheidon takes away diuoaucM, Cut without luctlicinoa all tliinga else ho pleasca. FAltM AND HOUSEHOLD. In Ulnok Comb llatfU Black coiub, unlotsit be vciy old and choked with pollen and filth, is as use­ ful for breeding purposes as any other. For guide combs it is better than any other, as it is tough and will not break nwny from its fastenings as new comb will. Caro should be taken, notwith­ standing, to discard all comb from which the bees of former sea...

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. — 11 June 1874

Epigrams, TOE FOOL AND TIIK FLEAS. From the (Ireik of Luciau. A fool wan bittou by tho fleas So ho put out tlie llglit Ami an ho did it, "Now," said lio, 44 You cannot nee to liito." THE MIKUlt. From the (Invk of Xiearehus. So LMioidon \rco|)H, poor minor— Not bcciMiao doatli in near lint becauHO ho bought a cofliu, And paUl for it too dear. •rni: vtrr.u. From the ttiwk of Dent. A noxious viper once A Oappadocian bit liul noon tlio roptilo died— Tho blood hiul poitioiied it. UN A PHYSICIAN W1W WAS A THIEF. From the Orcclc. With iiHHlieino lilioidon takoa away dinoaKCH, But without nioilioinos all thingH clso ho I'lcases. FAKM AND HOUSEHOLD. In Itlnrk Comb I'ttefnl liluck comb, unlossit be very old niul choked with pollen and filth, is as use­ ful for breeding purposes as any other. For guide combs it is better than any other, as it is tough and will not break nwny from its fastenings as now comb will. Care should be taken, notwith­ standing, to discard all comb from which the bees o...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 June 1874

'J I K|»igl*aitis. TnE POOL AND T1IB FI.EAS. I roni LLTF I(J' /AUIIIH. A I'nol w«m 1 lit ton by tho IIouh .So ho ]ut out tlio %lit Ami as ho tlitl it, "Now," biiiil ho, You cannot neo to lito." TIIK MISKK. FMIII lit, of XICIMIITTS. So I'lu'idon \veo]»n, poor miser- Not lci*iuiM near: ]ut luv ui*o IioileatliIi.H Iuuik iI a collili, Aiul 1'iiiil Ini' ii too dear. Tin: virr.ii. /•Vex/ /IN (IN J' JH'LII. A mi\iiiu.s viper oiu-o A rai'i'adoiMan bit I In I soon the reptile tliod Tho blood hud 1'oinonod it. ON A PHYSICIAN WHO WAS A TUIIll'. /•Vein !!:,• Crctk. nil mi iln'iiui Whcidoii takes away tlincmis, l'.ui without nu'du-im« all things else ho I'll'ilH'rt. I'MKM AM) llOlSEltOM*. I•* Itlm-U 4 I'Nrful 1 Slack cotnl), unli^sit lo very old and rliokcd with pollen and illtli, is as use till lor hrocilinjr purposes as any other. For £uido combs it is better than any other, us it is tough and will not break a\yay from its fastenings as new comb will. Care should be taken, notwith­ standing, 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. — 18 June 1874

THE NEWS. R. R. Suit Decided. Tlio cano of tho State.^gainst L. D. Stone, nyiit or tho Chicago A St. I'aul llailroad Com­ pany, for charging illegal iiattHougor furon, WDH concluded in tho Municipal Court at Madison, Wis., 011 tho llili inst. Mr. Stono, tho agent, Ava» lined fifty dollars and COHIH. Tho vaso will bo appealed. Tliis it) tho lirHt of a largo num­ ber of aiiuiliir cnwoa now pending in the Wis­ consin court*. Washington. IUUKU, comniixbionor of poiihioim, lia« de­ termined to resign. Tmo Sena to 1'IITHcon (UUKHI tlio npi'oiutmout «f ,T. litiiicroft Davis, envoy extraordinary and minister plciiiiwtciitmry 'ho tieruian empire, from July 1, JS74, wlion tho resigna­ tion of Hon. flci. ISancroft will tako effect. 'I'M: Kyudicalo I'UHIIICHH it) to be overhauled. All tlio papens in tlio treasury department re­ lating thereto are to bo examined, with the view of aKcortaiuing tho truth of certain charges which have been mado' against per­ son:* iu high official positions. Tut: H...

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. — 18 June 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT AFFICIiL PAFEB Iff HE G08OTY. A. SARWOOD, Editor A Proprietor —AUSTIN, MINN THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE It 18711 TUE first uuirvbor of tho new daily pa­ per, the Evening Mail, was issued in Minneapolis last Saturday, and is edit­ ed by OFlff&rd" Thompson. Success to the new enterprise. THK building of the Wells and Man* into branch rsilxoad has again been* ihdefliiiteljr postponed) on account of tho lack of confidence in rath enter­ prise by eastern capitalists This is one of tho result of the action taken bj our last legislature in rclat ion to open* ling railroad* in this atato-. Tkix editor of the Wells Alias tells it the last issue of that paper, his ex peneeee i» pelatoe raising this year. He sajs the potatoes n»» oa- the ether side of heard walk, snd it is interes­ ting to see the yonng bugs from last year's pateh, get up and emigrate te Mie land'of plenty tie tried sosp-rads ashes, peris green, end had serious thoughts of calling a convention of smokers, to fumi...

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. — 18 June 1874

BUSINESS CARDS. F. A.ELDER CLERK OF T11E DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota EDealerAc.,VALKENBURGH, p, VAN ia Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, Grain, Ac. Ottce South Side c* Publio Square, Austin, Mima. mlJ J. VANVALKENBURtxH, Produce Dealer, Au»iin, Minnesota. EO. W. ROBINSON. REGISTER OP DEEDS, Mower .Co KiM. Will examino titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, Ac. Auitia, Minn., March 14th, 1S71. yl B. SLOCUM, Dealer in Grain and Lumber, at Rose Creek, Mian. Mew Lumber Yard just opened. Lum­ ber, Lath and Shingles, constantly on hand. Try me. JYBL. W. L. HOLLISTER, .Corner of Main and WiaenajjStreete, Austin* Minnesota*. No CAUM. USS B. DAVIS, Central Agent Home Life Int. Co* for Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa. Oles, lit Door Beetk «f Qsert» IHE RAMSEY HOUSE, JOHN K. MORRISOU, PnorniaTou RAMSEY, MINN., At the junction of the Milwaukee A St. Paul •nd Southern Minnesota Railroads. A GALLOWAY, AUSTIN, MINN. Groceries & Provisions. Alio—Agent for the St. Joe Plo...

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. — 18 June 1874

May-Morning Songs, r^'W IRETIY M. HUTCHINSON. X. Whon Chant iclocr in onrly tnoru Wimls liia keen and morry horn, Moadow mists, all palo aiul shy, Aftor moonshine, fading, fly Dow-wct daffodils arise, l'annicH open tlioir dark eyes Apple bloBHoinn, far and nonr. Unlock their dainty LIIIIH In mclianl to lioar Hmilicanw waken at tlio note, I hwn the bine Ihoy tlit and lloat Dream and midnight fantasy To haunt of elf and goblin bio, Or niako a forty-minute dart vex Honio timid Chitieto heart .l-aughter, lovo and fancy «tray Through the young sweet world of May. Tlio earth's all gold and apple blooms, Tho skv. forget-me-nots and gold JSolween, tlio robins each to each Thoir .small lovo-tales* unfold. nislos of pearl and roso Tlio littlo lovers woo and win— Thero never was a lovelier placo To have bird-woddings in. Tho earth's all gold and apple blooms, The sky, forgot-mo-nots and gold In tho soft May-morning air Flowers aud hearts unfold. —UarptT's Weekly. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. I.ny«*riii...

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. — 25 June 1874

I *W K-i Newspaper Postage. According to the provisions of tlio postofllco appropriation bill recently puwed by the S011 *l#i prepayment of postage in required on nowtspapers ami periodicals at the rate of fonr cent* A pountl. Fublic documents may be sent out, to collect on delivery, at tnroiity-Jlvo cents each, and tlio Congressional Record in convoy cil froo of pontage. This arrangement goe» into cffect January 1,1875. Dnringdi«cnwion ou the bill, a proposition to rostoro tho frank ug privilege received but 17 votea. Bishop ef Wisconsin. The Bccoml meeting of tho Episcopal Con­ vention of tho tlioccao of Wisconsin terminat­ edits labors on the night of Juno THK"po«tnl THE CUAKOES 17. HOT. Edward It. Welles, D. !., rector of Clirist's Clunvli. at Jtotl Wing, Minn., was elected to siuvcod Ainiitn .! an Episcopal Bishop of Wibcoubin. IJishop Welles ia 15 years of age, wan born iu Watorloo, N. Y., and educated at Hobwrt College, Geneva, N. ¥. He after­ wards taught in Devans College, ...

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. — 25 June 1874

THE NEWS. Newspaper Postage. According to tlio provision!) of tlio poutoflico iippnipriiilioii bill rocontly panned by tho Son HIO, prepayment of poa( »T»O its required on newspapers and pctioilieuls at tlio rate, of four ccnt* pound. Public docuinontM may bo sent out, to eolloct on delivery, nl wonty-tivo cunts cacti, tiud IIHI Congroaaional Uncord in convoy I'll t'l'CO of pilhtll^c. TlliH iUTilllgOIIlOnt goon into rflfoot January 1, 1875. During tlisctiHHion on the bill, proposition to restore the frunk "o privilege received but 17 voten. Bishop of Wisconsin. Tlio hocond nioeiiii of tlio K)iVot]al ^'n vent ion of tlio diuccHO of Wiwun-'iii terminat ed itu Inborn on tlio ni lit of June 17. Ko*. I'M ward It. WoII.h. U. J.. lector of (lil'i»t'H 'tinivli. ii Ji.it Win^r. Minn., was eleetod to tOHverd Arnijtii a* Kpi*copM Jliithop of Wii-oiii-iii. J'.ishop Welles i.s 15 years of ago, \va« boru iu Waterloo. N. Y., und edueo^od at ilobart Uollugo, (ienevii, N. Y. Ho after­ ward* taught i...

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. — 25 June 1874

THE NEWS. Newspaper Postage. A. vet iluij iu the |rtYisuHi» of tlio posloflioo 1*1m'i'piiitl ieu i.ill recently iiuhmciI l»y tlio Ni'ii a ncwMpapers ami pcrioilieals at tlio rale of fnur cents a pound. I'ttMu- iloi-umont* may lo nout out, lo on «lcli\cry. at I wcnly-live cent:. eiu'li, and (lie ('iiiiL rcssii»ii:il liocMfil i* •1 I• convey |Mi-ta^'. This an nii ctiient otfi into (Tr.'t ,l tiiiuv 1, tsy,". Muriiij* iliscHHHiiin •"1 'he ''ill. a proposition restore the frunk "o |"l'i\ili'j li-ecUi 1 lillt. 17 \ole:i. Bishop of Wisconsin. The jmvoihI ineei :n of tin- 1") copal I'on- cut i. Mi »11ic ill1 VMI of 'NN I criiiinat e.l tt.- Lit',(IV ell l!.c lit :ht I1' .lime 17. lie*. KlwiirU |{. W cUi-.'. I». I'.. ivi-lor of Christ's I'IIIUTII. II-.1 i• i..:. Minn., was elected to I \1111!):i".• a-. I!i'ivcniial Itisliop of \V,. Ii--!i• 1 Writer- is t."i year:, of «.«• horn HI Waterloo. N. V., anil educated Washington. Tim war claim* committee have a::roetl to report uul'av,u.il»Ic to tin'...

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. — 25 June 1874

I -j I THE TRANSCRIPT km» grreui My, A. ami ».' 1 ns eeoirr. A A. HARWOOD,- lfcJilori&Rr«> —MOStOP, THURSDAY. iriuU)r. IC1KW.— NOKSRTO, JUNB 2S, 1S74. •MUwOMniir OBWIICIM. Tk RipaUiNBi of Mower Gonnty will BH»f in* delegate convention at «nid Meadbasi em IHdtjt tto 10th of D. ISM, ftmhe- miit oftiMMa. looting delegatee to attend the Dtetrie? Caasaatioelo be held at Otoatoanat Jwljr Uth,ttM older of Central Ooaunltte#:- O. W. Dated BonmR, fhfb Jnnetdth, 1874. HM tAt~ aereral papers of theStote are tltelt oitaapiiBiag their respective (UMH fbr Coepna £t» matters of this KiMl wtlan never Ml nnch like a» santlag tbe toadeoahlp, and have never tia nipsrfTI HITibh pttauiy dhty fcflffiaaely. wide awake, ia as JM little Di JfiA have always,—ponsMiring *d«9,iwt iv question nneekit the proprietor anch-yholeeale eetonwnta ordennnelatleM aBarc«adehy sooMof ovr Brethren of the qnill. It is tha prov ince of a paper to make a fkithlkl record of events, to give a general summary of news, to ...

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. — 25 June 1874

11- •J v» MJftlNEMt €AllDS. F. A.ELDER CLEj^K OF IDE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower C«wtf, Minnesota E. VAN VALKENBURGH, Dealer in Farm Miwihinory, Salt, Coal, •_ i. UMm Li*J, Grain, 4c Ac. rillie Square, Austin, MM*. Soith Sid* of mil J. VANVALKENBURGH, Produce Dealer, x-*w* Minnetota. A**ttn, "EO W ROBINSON, KiM. will examine titles, P»: mr B. SLOCUM, IMtatin Otaiu Uafcer, atRoee Creek, 1H«bIH*w baktt T*4 Jaat eaowd. J"» be" Lath sad ShiagMa, aCasteatfy ea hand. trj aw. R. W. L. HOLLI6TBR, 0 Qmml A|wt 30 .Corner ef Main end WlnenaaKieets, Luwtim* Minnesota. »«u» ^UAA B. DAVIS, Tfl Hon*# LMi lnt.Co» (St Southern HluMtt* *4 Hwtfcui I**fc fliM.lHBwfciftrfOwHwW' IJWE RAMSEY HOUSE, IOHN K. MORRISON, Pnornmrou RAMSEY, MINK* At Ik* junction ef the Milwaukee A 8t. Paul Ml Southern Mlaaosota KiMwali. A QA1J iQWAYi AUSTIN, MI**. Groceries & Provisional St. a JAB Plow, ssanufac Mtf: Alse-Ageat for the St. Joe Plow, s^ufao «red at Mishawaha. W K1LIPAgeat TAWRENCE. Fir* IW HUM* la Reliable ...

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. — 25 June 1874

v^Uucb to aii liiNoct. MILES HULDOON. What plea, Thou insect of tho sable hue, Caruiv'rons, minnte kangaroo, llast thou with all thy uoiuolcut) crow, Thou floa, To jump O'or human llosli of eitlior sex, And bottling by thy oourao complex, Impious on each in form convex, A lump No sound, No warning notes around thoe cling, Unliko tho IrilK) with buzzing wing, Thou givost only with thy tsting Abound. By day, In dazzling, or whcu tli* mm 1 clouiLs ohucurod in hazy dim, Or wlicu its d&il.v course lias run. Thy sway Extends Far north, whoro men liko polar boar Aro clothed in skins, but mostly whcio Tho huuuiu form with torrid air Contends. No garb, No (lowing robo, uo vosture tight, In open viow or hid from night, No cloth protoota against thy bito Aud barb. -''In,vain, Men curso t^eo^ ltuut Uieo, Booking rest Disrobe, and clutch on buck or breast To sook rolief from such a iwat S lAJkii I...' Aaa oii,.. Wlion «»gr» nioa forrvbeased fl statu On lingers, auil qq Du^lqj^braJn^ l-Vo^tli...

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. — 25 June 1874

-.^pJUnes to an lusoct. B* MILES KU&DOON. What pica, Thou iiuioct of tho Nable hue, Cnriuv'runti, lainnte kangaroo, Haul thou with all thy noiseloHH crow, Thou floa, To jiuup O'er human ilouli of oithor sex, Aiul battling by thy ooiuao complox, Impress on oaeli in form convcx, A lump No soiuid, No warning notes aroiuul tlioo cling, Unlike tho iribo with buzzing wing. Thou givost ouly with tliy »tin Aboiuid. By day, In DAZZLING, or when the BIIU l'.y clouiiu oli'jom'otl in hazy dun, Or wliuu its daily coiuo IIUH nui, Thy sway Kxtenda Fur north, whoro men liko {Hilar bear Aro clothed iu t»kiim, but mostly whoro Tho human form with torrid ail' Contends. No garb, No (lowing robe, no vo»turo tight, In opeu view or lud from eight, No cloth protects againut thy bito Aud barb. 1 I a Men enrao thoo, Uuut tlioo, rooking rest Disrobo, and clutch 011 back or brca»t To sook roliof front such a pout And l«in. Anil oft, When Mtgrv mon km MSMHI:ttostrain O11 lingers, and 0^ ^ugislQil brain, l'r...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 25 June 1874

Lines to an liisci't* BY MII.E8 MUI.DOON. What |i!oa, 1 lion iiLsocl of llio Hiiblu liuo, aruiv ri'iiw, minute kangaroo, with nil Ihy imi^elewt crow. Thou Ilea, To jump O cv human UOHII of either s*ex, Ami liallling by Ihy oouiac coiii|li*x. lniprc.is on each in form convex, A lump No Homul. No warning uoto.s uroiuul tltoe fling, I'tiliUo tin- (ribo with bu/./ing win I'lum givosl oul.v with ihy blitin A bonial. r.y tiny. In ila/zlin or when the win I'.v oi.iuil.-. oli vuivil in hazy (Inn, Or nln'ii it» iluih !i ih run. Thy stvay K\tomln Far north, wlu-ro mc-u like polar boar Ar« fl.uho'.l in ekiiis, but mostly whci'o Tho human form wilh torrid air ConteiuK No garb. No Mowing rolio. no vupUtro tighl. In open viotv or hM from night. Noi'loih piukvls ag:iin*t thy bito Ami barb. Ill vain 011 CUM tlioo, hunt Ihoo, seeking rest li 'ii)!io, atul clnlch on baok or brcabt To -eoli roliof from mioli a post And pain. -Vail oft. Whou angry inou have council the htrain On liugi-ru and on p:i.:/l...

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. — 2 July 1874

or KM J. A. V'- ft i- •4tr mem CrtMtropht tm aOhurch. At Syraensa, N« T.j JIQIO 29. & itiiirbAnpv mum 2. Churck, wlieu without any licnlo'^jii^ floor gave -way, precipitating dii Uie ««eon4 floor and tlio room tin enrtathWin ateo tv'a. A lire alarm was im nictliHicJy £ivon aj4 Uia liremeu hurried to the scaup. Soon to^i .thonund people vwl Jhore ""Ji exritc.-nent prevailed. Five loa had boon takon Out, and tlio work Iwira .y conuiieuCod. rrobnbly ono huu wo morq orlose injured, many Vpry iioublv. Wuhlnston. RFLMMAHMT-ORIFKRAI. ORESWET/TI HAS "*& W Rral.'a 1101 8on*to* saying that ft* «Bch%an «enatorhad been tljo Sftnato, i^opcn fn A Vv weg^tiqu haying Ixjoa a furnifaiae. a«»to istuedin tbe eaae deafer agaiiiHt tho District of oo'iniMi, Mmg t+tuMta 'torn? Aoitn&r iri Senilt .confirmed liaxter, date over )100,16S,000. the nomination of Chief Medieal Purveyor of tho Army, mi Col. Stephen B. Venit, Major of Ordnance, to bo Chief of tKa^O«(fariuM*tVsi^ {o0*"® in place of Dyer...

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 July 1874

-is 1 J' THE NEWS. Catastrophe In a Church. At NVI\10IIH© N. Y., JLNI0 I ill of 23) FT BTRAWBC .'Mjva wwboh,gh*M at tho mvvlora of the 11 apti^t Gliiueb, when without any I'lcniutuhou the lloor pwo way, precipitating loom riill into (ho story below. Tho nar mr was on Mm second IK or ami tho room un 11 iioatli V.TN nlno 111 il. A I'm* alarm wan im Hi' uti ^i\ou tlio lircnicn hurried to tlio 00011 iu» tliousinul people woro tlior |tv'ucn(J'"H cxcitc-nenl prevailed. Fiv li v' taken out. and tho worl 1 t' 'v ^»,cneol. Probably oiio bun l'^'' on am IIKU'O or liv.u injured, lui i" t'ilUlsiv. Washington. I 'OSTM \HTPIi-(tKN I'll A I. *1 KMWKl.l. hns 1*0 'if'l. rt'i'! l!io Viv.-iilent has nominated l.ttgone 11.ili-. M. liuni Maine, us Mr. Ji't'sj ncll's mieconhor. Il is said (Uo rcecttt iml'rieiid ly action of Cuugi'uss Inwards tho t'l truant or i. neral, lias iinlm-rrt las v,ithilrawiil from the I '.il'ilipf. I'm: 1 S (\iiirl pand jury has formed Ugaui:t I un follow in .- pTidenicn liavo b...

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 July 1874

5?" ~S THE NEWS. Catastrophe in a Church. Ai Su.K iiKo, M. y.t .finic 2.'?, a ntrawlerry i' !V'i Wi»S a' P.vMllHUllOU llie u,ul 1 in: 1 ,:-.-I,M, 1 11'• 1 1 I I I "'o luulora of llw -.IjMst Clnucli, wlu'll Without Jill KilVu Wilv, UH»mliilliiit(,i!,c^tiM-y Inflow. Tlio par Matio" -lio IK'ov ami tlio room un i» .illi w.is .ili.ii 11, A lire alarm was im hi* i.tii ^i\, j'irt,mvu totlio l, I 'i (iiousaml wove tin-re "s r\ri|f.:fiil prevailed. Vive I|:"L L'I'CN la!,I'II mil. ami llio wml. ''"'l I'oninu iicoil. I'll'lalily one liiiu on u,• in.iiis 1.' a injured. many Washington. 1 us r.ir \s ri r\• •, 'i sv. ri.i, lm.-i ro ''I. 1 "i". iilciit lias M,)tniir.\(ol 'I' Jl. li.uii "Miiito. ii.-» Mr. I're* «ill.-,nUiVl'f..'i'l'. Il ih Killl I llO l'i'l', 111 llllll'ioiul I* in'iioii ,I I Con ,n:sf !in, ti.lt- I)n ris(niunto,l'- ii. H'l'iil. it.:" in'iiti'cil l.i- illiilrnwal from tin .il'inrt. '•"••I jury has formed a :M Iii u-.!n ii. uj4aiu -i liiu'll, nowr-paiier •i''-lM!i.i. iii. 1'oy lili....

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 July 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER A. A. HAKWOWy •M OF 680M. Editor & Proprietor, -AUSTIN WW HTOBBDAY MOBMSS, JVLT lad, 1«*4# Bcyakllwa OMmfj c»M«itlwi The Republicans 8nud of Slower Connty will meet in delegate Meadow, EM VBM convention aU on July, Friday the lbtS A. D. 1874, for inating of tlic RUTQOM of nom­ delegates to attcmt' the District Convention (oteMtBT at l«h, 1874,. By ordcr-sf Central MUM Owatouna July Committee. O. W. ROBIKWH,Ch'n DatedJtme 94th, 1874. Tn St Peter JVitnw has lately ea Urge* its ofiee and oouaiderablj in u— ill Its baslaeee facilitica. Thii is good Mini to pablishera for it is an aiataksble ividiMe of louoiil MM eeee, aad we do sot know a single aaaapaper MI wW is MI gratified to hear that his fellow BMabera of the fgeeyariag. Witlmi diaper- IgNMStlodM MBJ AMofttea iaterier of Ike 8teU, in thi mm my that we km aevereeea an other ao eoi pletaiaall ita ippoistniah, aa the onr whiah oat flriead Moore pre- Dli great Beecher Tiltoa-Woodhall ecandall baa been...

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