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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 2 July 1874

& fej .» BUSINESS CARDS. F. A.JSLiDKR CLERK OF TUB DI8TRIC1 COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota •n P, VAN VALKENBU RGH, iTl DwIh la Vtm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, Graia, Ae., Ac, OStoe loath Bid* of Public Square, Austia, Miaa. mil J. VANYALKENRURGH, Produce Dealer, Amtfin, Minnesota. GEO. W. ROBINSON. T~ HKGISTBB 0* DBBD9, Mow .Co Miaa. Will examine title*, pay taaea for aoa reiident*, Ao. Austin, Mini)', Mi«k 14th, 1871. fl iiF B. SLOCUM, Doalerla Grata aad Lumber, at Boo* Crook, iaa. Now T.unaber Yard jnst epeaed. Lam r, Lath aad Shingles, constantly oa hand. 30 Mian bar, Try a« T\R. W. L. HOLLISTBR, Conor of Mate tsl Austin. Minnesota. Ho Caass. JJUSS B. DAVIS, Central Agent BAM8BY, MINN., At tbo Junction of tbo Mllwaakoo St, Paal ml Southern Mlaaooota Mlw»h A OAIiLOWAY, AUSTIN, MINN. Groceries & Provisions* A lee—A coat for tbo 8LJoe Plow, saaaufhs mred at Hifhftvtkii III 44** P•araao*AgentfortboCompaalee, HILIP LAWRENCE. Fin In ia Beliable it low ratea. Alao NEW Y...

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 July 1874

1 It is tlio •iliilft lWllliil 1| IHil_ It ia tbo fall's first chill they meet. Dust in the g»a% (liutinUio air, ,:9 Duct in tlie ^»T»—and overvwlierc! Ah, late roao, oaten to tho heart All, bird, whom gouthward yoacniuga start Tlie one majr fail, tli* other Hy, Why may not I? Why may not I Oli, life! that gavo me Cor my (lower The hntsliing mug, the worm-gnawed flower, Lot drop the rose from your shrunk broout And blow the bird to eomo warm neat Flush ont your dying colors fast Tho last dead leaf—will 1m tho last. No Must I wear your piteous smile A littlo while, a little wliilo Tho withering #orid accepts her fato Of luiat and moaning, soon or lato Sho had the dew, tho scent, the spring And upward rapture of tho wing Their time ia gone, and with it thoy. And am I wooing youth to stay In thobo dry days, that still wonld be Not fair to me, not fair to me? If time has stained with gold tho hair, Should ho not gather graynesB there Whatever gifts ho clioeo to make. If ho has given, sh...

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. — 2 July 1874

4 & ,% il A Wtma'ii ltirthday. It i» 4ho •wntifcit'fgNat kit hut, in tlio full's first chill thoy meet. Dust in tlio grass, lust in tlio air, Du*t in tho p*Tft—and everywhere! All, lato roue, eaten to tho heart Ah, bird, wliOtte southward yearnings start Tlio 0110 may fall, the other fly, Why may not I Why may not I Oli, lifo! that gavo mo for my dower The hushing song, tho worm-gnawed flmvor, Let drop the rose from your shrunk breast And blow the bird to sonio warm nest Flush out your dying colors fast. Tho last dead leaf—will be tho last. No Must I wear your piteous smilo A littlo whilo, a littlo whilo Tho withering world accepts lier fato Of mist and moaning, soon or lato: Sho had tho dow, tho scont, tho spring Ami upward rupture of tho wing Their time is guno, and with it thoy. And aui wooing youth to stay In thc:o dry days, that still would bo Not fair to me, not fair to me If time has tstainod with gold tho liair, Should ho not gather grayncsH there Whatever gifts ho choBO...

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. — 2 July 1874

I -C A Wonas'a Itirthday. It is tlio Bummcra's great lut heat, II in llio fall'n lhnt dull they meel. ]utt in tlio gruHM, dual Lit Uto air, HiiJ-t in llio gravo- and cvorywhere! Alt, Into two. oaten to tlio heart Ah, hinl, whoso UOuthwai'd yoiiniiiigw start Tlio OHO may fall, thoothor llv, W'liy may not I'{ Why may not I Oh. life! that gave mo for mv dower The hushing HOII^, the wonn-F?tm\ved llowor, Let drop the roxo from your tjlit'uiik luvu*t And blow tlio bird to noiuo wnrlu UCHI Flush out your dying i»olorn fiwt 'L'lie laxt dead leaf—will bo the l:i."t. No 'i 5Iunt I wear your piteous wniile A littlo while, a littlo while? The withering world accepts her fato Of mist and moaning, soon or late She hail the dew, the scent, the spring And upward rapture of the wing: Their time is gone, and with it (hey. And am I wooing youth to stay hi Ilie:-e dry days, that still would bo Not fair to me. not fair to llio If time ha.-f stained with gold the hair. Should he not gather graynetm ther...

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 July 1874

IT ?'i i. •V 52*i«ereBBasBBaiei ^SS*2B£ THE NEWS, The Public Debt. Tho following is tlio Juuo stalcmont of tlxc public dultt: Kix pur ccnt. luimtH $1,21:1,021,7iH» Five IHU' cent. Ixjinls. 51l»,f.'J»,or»li Total coin 1OIH1H...-. lawful mom debt MMinml ilolit. Irt'Kul ti inkr ml.a rlilii'iiies *1' deposit j'"r.'.c'ion il currency Coin cortllicntes.. .* Tola! without iiiUreat Tut il ili bt Total iutviv-t Casli in Ivia.-iiry, C'O.il currency Special (li'poMt UeUl I'or iVik.'mption of icrtiiieatcs of deposit as jiroi 1-J'law Total in treasury Pulit, li ss in treasury ri'i-a-T i1nri:i tin* month I1..11,In if .ifil lol'ai'ilU' liuiiruadUOin pin.v, iutviv*t I'.'iyablo in lawful iiiojr .v, principal outstanding tiitr-iv:! :i vriic«l, ami not paid Inlori-xt vaiil by Uuit'd Ktstcs Interest ri|ail by traiiHporlutiou of mail.'i, ctc llalancv ol' iutictst paid by Uuiicd -Statin L,724.'252,7«L 1-1,I'.78,»H10 y,aifi,ri»» as2,o7i ,7:i2 r,»? ,oou 4.r»,H81,'29.r» IM.WW.UNI M«,5t:i,l,-! 2,1S1, 7-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. — 9 July 1874

iy THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL P1FEB OF TEE COOITT. A. A. 1IARWOOD,. Editor & Proprietor. -AUSTIN, MINN.— THURSDAY MORNINTT, JULY #, 1^74. POLITICAL. The- Republican movement in IHinois, and in Indiana, recently, shows llutt th«y party was never stronger, nor more rlosely united" tli.m it" is at the. present day. The convention jfettlUtst1 TTOCIC in Indiana, was composed of nearly ttro thousand delegate*,. aiv.l. ajuoug tlu-in were mas y. at* Ifca most representative mm ofthe State.. In its platform- it af 1 irms 1 1 lt%- great pr ritei pitta of the part}' Ifcratoffirc c&bomtcd in boneflccut gov. rnmeiiT,—pronounces in fiivor of ton iu creaso of currency, and of free banking, —approves tilts action of Congress in lessening the pphlic debt and expend i nines,.And recognizes-the right of the leg iKlhture to control corporations. A good t'feket has been selected, and every cir­ cumstance augurs success. In Illinois the feeling is still more intense and quite as general. The politic...

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 July 1874

|R. l! ti i*- 1 V+- Ii*-* Lf im..r -|girfiafSySti^,' •VSIREM CARDS. F. A.ELDER CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, llower County, Minnesota EGrain, P, VAN VALKENBU RGH, a D«»l«r in Farm Maehiaery, Salt, Coal, Lime, fto., lo. Ofln Sonth Side of Public Square, Austin, Minn. ml2 J. VANVALKENBURTFH, Produce Dealer, A (TEO. Minnesota. "I W. ROBINSON, REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, p»y residents, Ao. Austin, MioD.f Mtroh 14th* for non" 1871* yl. B. SLOCUM, Dealer in Grain and Lumber, at ROM Creek Minn. New Lnmber Yard jest opened. Lorn ber, Lath and Shingles, constantly on hand Try me. 30 W. L. HOLLISTER, .Corner of Main and WinenajStreets, Austin* Minnesota. No Ca«m. 7yl USS B. DAVIS, General Agint Horn* Life Int. Co, for Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa. Oflaot let Seer 8entb of Crart Home. IHE RAMSEY TIOUSE, JOHN E. MORRISON, PBOFRIBTOB RAM8EY, MINN., At the {motion of the Milwaukee A St. Panl and Sonthern Minnesota Railroads. GALLOWAY, AUSTIN, MINN. Grocer...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 9 July 1874

'l Base Ball Obituary. J. Smith id tlcatl. That lino young man Wo novor tdiall .sco more. Ho wau a niombor of 0111- club Sii ico 18(51. llin parentage waa Iiisli, ami Ilis wit v.aa alwayn pat. lie playcil in any placo, anil waa A terror with tho bat. llis private virtues woro inimcnt-o, Ilia manner frco anil bluff IIo woro a papor collar, and Waa never known to muff. Ho rarely took a drink moro btiong Than lomonado or pop lie hatoil drunkards, and waa a Magnillecnt short utop. Iliu noso was Roman, and liits eyes Continually woro ]ccleil llo made a splendid umpire, aud A beautiful loft llcld. Hi* hair was rod, and aliingled elowe, Much sunburned wan hi* face, llo never ahono with more effout Than on tho Becond base. Being a man, ho had his faults, As likewiao liavo wo all IIo felt a profercuce for tho New York regulation ball. Though not a matrimonial man, Ho dearly lovod a match, And liko liis sister, had but few Hupcrioiv, "on the catch." He had a noble mind, .as cko A very tmplo w...

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 July 1874

£'-3 *3S* vSX A tftaa.#C &m A rirtetA tournSment, tolaat four could ngj, TIIK Ciuca^'o base ball r,^ff.%4|rt Washington. Kx-Gov* SnEriiF.UD has asked the grand jury to indict Dana, of the Now York Sun, for l*wd on certain editorials in relation to ""jofifcial couino iudintriet matters. This is *lie first caao nndor Poland's new libel bill, and it is thought tlio indictment will be brought. TIIIUTV applications for national bank I'liartcro under tho new law have been filed with the. Controller of tho Currency. They conic from westorn and southern States. The amount applied for is $3,000,000. LAUOE UUMBBRU of altered, tttoleu and clippod bauk notca have fteeu received at the division for the redemption ofmatilatod oorreucy. IT has been decided at the Interior Depart* wont, that after a homesteader has completed :i term of Ave yearn, a further rotudence is not Jct|uivod to entitle hipi tg a patent also that residence in a double house, built on a dividing lino between adjoiuing hom...

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 July 1874

9 ft T' 1 THE NEWS. Sporting. A rrr:r.)N nbootiiig tournament, to last four .lays, wa: inaugiuiilcd at Detroit July 7. Xo* KOWUNO IN wou the Monmouth cup easily in the two and ono-hnlf miles running race at Long Branch. O'CnNMiii savrf ho could not light Taylor be •causo of ii lover isore ou ouo of hia leg#, but :H H,"ni !lu llu recover* from itrt effects ho will m.tko a match. Ay Amori au chess Congress opened in C'hi July 7. I HI. Cru-!i_ II.all club beat the liulli morosj at Chicago, on tlio Nth iuut. Tha Railroads. Tm: At'ovnpy-Cciicnil or Wisconsin filed ill the -Sui'ivinc Court bill in equity, complain iug .1 liio imiMM.Mit Violation »f the law of tlie '•ute !'•:,-111.t in railroads, by theChicago, Mil minkcc ,V St. l' itil, and tlio Northwestern rail i'ady, anda petition that the Companies be Lijoiitoil to obey tlio law. AN APJILI.Mti.M h:i« boon inado to tho Attor m\v-fti-.»en»l of New York to commence miit .'jrainst tlio ..fliccr* of tlio Eric Kail way Com­ pany on account ...

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. — 16 July 1874

ETROSCBIFT imcitt PUB HP THE COOWTT. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor. —AUSKH IBNIT.- THUBSDAY MORNING, JULY 1#, 18W: ILITICAL. Tl^d«uw«m combined with that •l«aMl wkWlilrdiM|b«d off ftom part/-, la eagerly at. wnrkUordhe purpose of regaining' pn Utieai }ower. It bsingawlth! it record of Ibrwr faithful* aerrieo, fruit-of hhneet Maa|HMtv n»Ual lowed1 nenlUetioM. After Ifteei jears of aanoiittng hostility to th« spirit of pragmas whiah achieved abao It** liberty in.tfcaea Statu, and by oonetitntional endihonie-aud lefiela riot. seonred1ts bmft* t*.allt olassss, III democracy WM te tht»flMt and aaka to bo give* thfpollhal I|MI£NI •hipoftbta hwitaytf fcnedona. Hhtry witiadii A* Uaitad Stall L1 1*. ^missis* a* and it aright perpetually, had thmb*n Aye I noruBBD Btte km «wfhian and Instill Making. ThaadHwalA* ft. Ptol inieWn W* think Hire fret tAnft IhiaStatnare BOM bat then to question its right*. During Marly AT* yaan liberty embodied ft** pwiMit, struggled for an ax Oft this wlin...

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. — 16 July 1874

BVHIXfMH (T CARDS. F. A.EI^JSB CLERK OF THE DlKQUCl COURT, ImUi, Xomr Oa£fthr, MimtoU 1? P, VAN VALKENBURGH, JLJm Dealer in Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, LiiM, Graia, 4e., ie. Ofloe Sooth 814* of Pahlle Square, Autli, Mima. •ijt J. VAN VALKENBURGH, Produce Dealer, Autfin, Minnetota. 1E0. W. ROBINSON. REGISTER Of DEEJ)S, Mower'Co Mlu. Will (iiaiii titles, pay Um for non- Ae. Aastia, Minn., Marsh 14th, 1871. jrl M.11la SLOCUM, Dealer Grata and Lumber, etllose Crook, Mian. Mew Lumber Yard jut opened. Lum ber, Lafh and Shingles, constaatly oa hand. Try me. 3® jyR. W. L. HOLLISTER, .Corner of Mala and WinenajStreets, Austin* Minnesota. Vo CitM. Tyl J£U8S B. DAVIS, General Agent Horn* Life Ins. Co. for Soathera Miaaeeotaaad Northern Iowa. Ofloe, 1st Door Beetlt of Oeert Boose. HE RAMSEY HOUSE, JOUJI V. MORRISON, Paoraievoa RAMSEY, MIHNw At the Jaactloa of tho Mllwaakae A 8t Paal and 8outhera Mlaacsota Railroads. yy GALLOWAY, AUSTIN, MINN. Groceries & Provision** Alio—Agent for the St. J...

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. — 16 July 1874

4 WUtWUtmsn's New Poem. To be muJapoa Mie opening of the new Goo~ rnrnment for the District. And thou America! For the*Bphemss fulminating corrosive—its heavj^msatand Its contortions gymusstiens Vor these (not for Tom Collintt) thou luut roaehfd thy primeval dantiutiou. Thou, roS, Colly, lisst incarnatod all Embracing, carrying both legs crossed, Burnod.with befitting refulgence of uoou-day ann. Thou, too, by pathways running due Eaat by Northwest, South to Sixth street, To tho ideal tendest— All, all, for'taiAjrloiu with palliation roaring. Though undefined— Still burdened as with uxorious taxes, h, eating, selling out, breakethron- bond too low, can people not etaudetli. Aiiey die, move bonnes, Git up and git— Living voality, iv, —Washington Chronicle. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Remedy for Stoppage of ITrlae la Home*. In it bag one foot square put enough foe Bait to form a thin layer over the side. Wet it with alookol, or, if not at hand,^ use' TOuntt water. Place it over the kidneys, th...

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. — 16 July 1874

*L •4f. #-fi ji li 4 "4 P* & What Whitman's Now Poem. To be read upon the owning of the tieio Gov­ ernment for the bistrict. Andtlion America! For the. Ssliomcs Culminating corroaivc- ite lioaving breast and Its contortions gyiiuuMtticua Fortkono (uot for Tom Collins) thou luwt readied thy primeval destination. Thou, too, Cully, liast iucarnated all Embracing, carryiug both logs crestsod, Utirncd with befitting rofulgouco of uoon-day 81111. Thou, too, by pathwayu running duo East by Northwest, South to Sixth stroot, To tho ideal teudest— All. all, for tenderloin with palliation roaring. Though undefined— Still burdened us with uxorious taxes, eating, selling out, breaketli run *th: bond too low, can pooplo not utandotb. icy die, movo houses, Ciit up aud git— Living reality. Washington Chronicle. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Krmt'tly for Si»|iim*p of Trine In llnrnm. lu bag one foot square put enough line suit to form a thin layer over tlio sitlo. Wet it with alcohol, or, if not at huml, ...

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. — 23 July 1874

fMiaa *iv$ cLsaxoFTlii UMI Grata, Pablie iiw^AuUi! VIM v. J^R. W. HOLLI8TER, CO en O $18.00 30.00 S5.00 100.00 Mi or less, IT* dollars per •li&fi-.r.f ZjfJ. lifM«4 as advertise Legal Mll(M at Iki law* All traaoleat to be paid for la 00U1T, OOee SSathl •r J.g|F ANVALKKNBURGH,^ -H- ... .w—JON. Mlaa. BBOISTBB OP BBKDS, MoWf.fc Will examine iillti, pay Mw for aoa- U. B. SLOCUM, .Cstnsr af Mala aad WineBejStreeta, Austin* Minnesota. mm Ml R. DAVIS, BAM8EY CITY AUCTIONEER hmm Orders attho hijiiii •ujtlP., AVSTnr, E O.WHEELER, (KuumirtoPAOE* WHKELEK,) ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND Prepriitdr Pioneer goal Yard. |4yl A^STUf, MINNESOTA. D. BANKS, VOLUME VII. Securities. LeBoy. Minn* Fob. 18th, lltd. Jl Mvia Oidi aad Lute, itltM Creek, Try a*. Tyl P-sk? General Afont Home Life Int. Co, fcv hittmi Miaaeeeto aad Northern Iowa. OflssrieBtoe Bwtksf Coast Sees*. HOtJSK, '.V'" RY- l«n «.M0BBl80ir, PaoraiiroB babbit, Mimr.,, Attbojausllsa af the Milwaukee 4 St. Paal aad •wttwi Minnesota Bailwali. A OAIJLO...

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. — 23 July 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PIPER OF THE COUHTT. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Osa IxtTi Cftama, MI year OaaQvAavaa •MliLV On $19.00 30.00 $5.00 100.00 fill* ol five liaos or I*M, fl*« dollara per ditorlat aetleea intended advertiae mithlwiln eeata per lias. iMarrtago aotieea, fifty oeata. inecial notices, lix enu per Use. Legal Boticea at the rilu' prescribed bj law. All trancient edrertieemeaU to be paid for in advaaoo. •TOVIVBSS CARDS. F. A.ELDGR CLERK OF TUB DISTRICT COURT# Aastia, Mowtr Oiut KiBMioto E P, VAN YALKENB13 RGH, Pwlw ia farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Liae, Oraia, 4c., die. Olee South Side of Pablie B^uN) Austin, IIKM. all J. VANVALKENBURGH, Produce Dealer, A tit fin, Minnetola. GEO. W. ROBINSON. REGISTER OP DEEDS, Mower .Co Miaa. Will examine titlca, pay taxes for non­ residents, it. Aastia, Miaa* March 14th, 1871. yl M. B. 8LOCUM, Dealer ia Oraia and Lamber, at Rose Creek, Miaa. Hew Lumber Yard just opened. Lum­ ber, Lath aad Shingles, eoaatantly oa haad. Try me. 3® JJR. W. L. HO...

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. — 23 July 1874

s' THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUHTY. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor A Proprietor. —AUSTIN, MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING, JULY S3, 1374. FOR CONOliESS. riMST DIHTHICT, MARK H. DUNNELL. SUttom Adopted by the tint Con gTeatioaal Diet. Republican Con •eatioa. Rrtolnd, That we refer with pride to the reeord of the Repablieaa party, Whioh during the put foartoea years has been the record of Ihi titloa, preserving it intact amidst ao preeedeated danger* from foe* within and wlthoat, wearing a peaceful eettlenieat of dangerous entanglement* with foreign pow­ er* bringing order out of eonftislon Mir­ ing peacefully the difficult qaeetloaa arising out of the conflicting interests of different sections and classes, adapting itself to. the exigencies and demands of the people as as they hare arisen defending the interests of the people against the burdensome oppres­ sions of moneyed monopolies, and constantly reducing taxation and tlie national indebted­ ness. Sceonrf. That while tha Republican pa...

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. — 23 July 1874

v» THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CODKTY. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor. —AUSTIN, MINN.- THURSDAY NORKIXO, JULY 23, »S74. FOR CONOliESS. FIRST pnTMICT, MARK H, DUNNELL. ftatform Adopted by the first Con­ gressional Dist. Republican Con­ vention. Keiotred, Tkat wo refer with pride to tho roeord of tho Republican party, Wuich during the put fourteen years hu been the record of the aatioa, preserving it intact amidst un­ precedented danger* from foes within end without, securing a peaceful settlement of dangerous entanglements with foreign pow­ er* bringing order out of confusion salv­ ing peacefully the difficult questions arising out of tho conflicting interests of different sentions and classes, adapting itself to the exigencies and demands of tho people as as they have arisen defending the interests of the pooplo against tho burdensome oppres­ sions of moneyed monopolies, and constantly reducing taxation and tue natioual indebted­ ness. Second. That while tho Republi...

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. — 23 July 1874

ft "•••J •. %di if Sr'rf* a fcs 4 v. 8«nel*i.PiiB or mmt. Congregational society will 1ia4e a eoehble at the eUreh to^noww, (Friday) teaing. AU arcfovitqd, MB. CA*XT IIM taken Go. IIK CoUmi—OKiai, corner i^ofk. KnndMNi'a itoje, where he maybe found daring bnsinesshonrs. Kma. Nop and FNacott, of Winona, will apeak at the Methodist ctapej^d4p$ evening, at *e d*cloclf. Brerytoody U». tHed A.' $L Bltbop, of Nevada, saja tint wheat!* thl* action will not average more than tea bwheli per acre. UlMftfl. EHOLB ft Co., besidee their haoMBM buimi in Flour and l?eed, ara selling firnlts in oonsiderable quan­ tities. BBT. A. B. Bpsiior, formerly of this city, will preaeh in the M. E. chapel on Sabbath next^ morning and erming. TUB County Commissioner* will hold special —lion of the Board at the Auditor'* office, on Monday, the 27th £y oi July. paved FOUB Coneord through the city yesterday, en route ftr Colorado* They are being drawn thrdngfe by team*. AUDITA* WILLIAMS returned yes­ terday front...

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. — 23 July 1874

m- THE TRANSCRIPT OFTICiALfAFSBOF T8BCIT7. LOCAL MflliRS. Tui Congregational society will bate a sociable at Ibe cburoh to-morrow (Friday) evening- All are invited, MB. CABKY baa taken the corner room of K. Knadaon'a Btoye, \rbere be may be found during business hours. MM. Nixp Mid Prescott, of WlnofW, will apeak at the Methodist chape} Frll«y evening, at '8 o'clock. Everybody to* vlted.- Co. COMMISSION KR, •. C. BIS1K*\ of Nevada, says that wheat in this section will not average more than ten bqahels per acre. MusRa. ENOLI & Co., besides their immense business in Flour and Feed, am selling fruits in considerable quan­ tities. RST. A. B. BISIIOP, formerly of this city, will preaeh in the M. E. ichapel on 8abbath next, morning and evening. TBB County Commissioners will hold a special session of the Board at the Auditor's office, on Monday, the 27th £»y of July. FOUR Concord coaches passed through the city yesterday, tn route for Colorado. They are being drawn thrtfugjt by teams. ...

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