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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 July 1874

J. THE TRANSCRIPT omcuLPAPiEor tazciTY. LOCAL MATTERS. Tux Congregational society will have a sociable at the cburoh to-worrow (Friday) evening. All are invited MR. CARET has taken tho corncr room of K. KnacUon'a store, where ho may be found during business hours. MRS. Nixp and Preacott, of Winona, will speak at the Methodist chapc} FrUlay evening, at 8 o'clock. Everybody IB* rited.- Co. COMMISSIONER, A. C. Bishcc, of Nevada, says that wheat in this section will not average more than ten bushels per acre. MK88R8. ENOLE & Co., besides their immense business in Flour and Feed, •re selling fruits in considerable quan­ tities. RKT. A. B. BISHOP, formerly of this city, will preaeh in the M. E. ichapel on Sabbath nest, morning and evening. TOR County Commissioners will hold a spccial session of the Board at the Auditor's office, on Monday, the 27th j}:ty of ulj. FOUR Concord coaches passed through the city yesterday, en route for Colorado. They are being drawn ifartfugfc by teams. AUD...

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. — 23 July 1874

sa 3P3-^ i.4) TH TRANSCRIPT oi*Si$^imar to* arc. Tfee P«p« fiwpiMpwilwtti. The Votoe of Masonrj publishes the fulkiwinf: MAl lit w||'ifa|a) (ft*#|, itagC uf the Grand I"«we 8cottiah BHeuT thoOrieet of 1PM#, Italy, MI the 27th of March lit*, Pip l'ioa IX «M expelled firm* the order. The decree of expulsion «u published in the oleial Maooaie pprr, at Co logne, German/, and Is preceded by the minute* of the lodire in which he was initiated and is as follows: *A named Dlwtoi Ferretti, who re­ ceived the baptism of Freemasonry, and solemnly pledged hi* lore and fellowship, and who afterward* -wan crowned Pop* and: King, under the title of Pi» Ninth, has now cursed hip former bretfcsen and exeommunMajted all members of the Order of Free Ma-: Therefore tail Master Ferretti herewith, by decree of the Grand Lodge of the Orient, Palermo^ cupelled frm the order fto perjw .' The oharges tpinn him were first prefer pud in hie lodge at hhraM, in 18IS7, and notification and copy thereof sent to Di...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 July 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT OFKCIU. PAWB OF TBI cm. Tk« P«p« The Voice of Muonrj pokliohtf the following: "At the semiannual niuet iitg of the Grand ToHigo of Maaoos, Scottish llite of (lie Orieot of 1'nlersto, Italy, no the 27th of March last, Pope l*ius IX wu expelled from the order. The decree of expulsion was published in the official Masonic paper, at Co logne, Gcrmanj, end preoeded Lodge of the Orient, Palermo^ expelled from the order for perjury/ The charges against him were first prefer* pud in his lodge at Palermo, in 1867, and notification and copy (hereof sent to flint, with wqjiest to attend the lodge for the purpose of answering the same. To this he made no reply, and, for divers reavoas, the charges were not pressed! until he urged the Bishops of Brazil to art aggressively toward the Free Muson*. Tfew they were pressed, and, after a regular trial, a txeeree of expulsion WM entered and putilifrHod1, the same being signed! by Victor Eiuniannel, King of Italy, and Grand Master of the ...

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. — 30 July 1874

TR*'#,Til|6V ?abUrSqiin, 1 Kwi 1 YAHV JJR. W. L. HOLLI8TER, t. Sideof SO •v B. SLbCtiM, Mtaa. 1h« lubirTiriJiitmaiiLW' her, Lath sal Shingles, ooaataatly n. band. Tl^M. .Corner of Main aad Wlnena*8treeta, Austin* Minnesota. HOCabm. %7l ^U8S B. DAVIS, General Agent Home life Iwe. Co, for Southern WBMHIIart W»HwI»w*. MHI lat Deer South of ttetlmi. HE RAMSEY HOUSE, JOHN B. MORRISON, Paoraiaroa RAMSEY, MINN., At the jaaotloa of tba Milwaukee 4 8t Paul aad Soathera Mlaaeaeta Railroad*. GALLOWAY, AUSTIN, MINN. Oroceries & Provisions. Alao—Agent for lit St. Joe Flow, manafnc ared at Miahawska, lad. Mtf Pauraaee HILIP LAWBENCB. FM 0RANDALL Il-m3 S. HUTCHINS, Proprietor. N. WHEAT, M. D., Homapathic Physician tad Surgeon, Office aad Rcaidencc, Corner of St. Pattl and MM Street*, *2jt Arnsttm, Mtai J. TYLER, CITY AUCTIONEER Lam Ordm at Um Mayor's Office. vn51 AUSTIN, MINN. BABB, S. 9. a. IwtWw. BNBURG in: la Reliable CoapaiM, at low ratea. Alio Agent for tba NEW YORK LIFE. Offee with Earit...

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. — 30 July 1874

ILHitHllfcb'Biri QF7U8A& PAPXBOT OTEMTT. I8INQ. On Imn Oehmn, «ae yew OnQ«»m tamu Orap^ UIn la ad $18.00 20.00 ».«• HW.W In doUar* per •tefvertife V^viV gpMte/iMtkvs, ns cents per line. Ligrf wtlwi —'the wtw prescribed by VWiifttfor |MM. :4^f Ai» F. A.ELDER T,. CLE** OFTIIE DnikNI COURT, ilUMiMW TO P,VAir VALKESBUBGH, XX PiUirii fMaluMfciiy, 8aK, OwJt Lim, Grata, 4«., M. OIM BoMk 014* of Public Square, Austin, Mtoa. »W tf. VANVAiaCBNBUROH, lroduoe GEO. Dealer, W Mhm&ot*. W. *OBIN8OHW REOUTSR OF 0111% Mower :Co Kin. WUIoxaiateo titles,paylafoe ferae*- B. 8LOCUM, Dealer ia Grain and Laaber, at Rose Creek, Mian. New Lumber Yard jnst opened. Lam ber, Lath mad 8bing1cs, constantly on. band. Try me. 3® JJR. W. L. HOLLISTER, .Corner of Main and Win»naJStr«ti, Austin* Minnesota. Xo CAUL USS B. DAVIS, rjlIIE RAMSEY .Stages leave Austin daily, making close »snnecti(rtl with Pfcirtnger Trains direr tbe outhcrn Minnesota Railroad. Fare. 50 Cents. Il-m3 S. HCTCHINS, Proprietor. N. WHEAT,...

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. — 30 July 1874

_£ J" 51 S i"" .•" iOT OFFICIAL BATER QF TBE CflJlHTY. .^nimsij^ HARWOOD.Editar A Proprietor. ~ATJSTIN, JtaeieetL That rtPHf* *i tecord »t the iUprtlMb feartf Stemd. Th inl. Sixth. That under the Constitution of the United States, Congress has power to regu httu commerce among the States, whether car­ ried by railroads or otherwise, and in the exercise of that power may and should legis­ late so as to prohibit, under suitable penalties, extortion, unjust discrimination and other oppressive acts on tho part of either persons or corporations engaged in such commerce. Fourth. That increased and cheaper modes of removing tho products of the West to tho seaboard markets, have within tho past year, justly received the serious attention of Con­ gress, and should be deemed living issues in tho approaching congressional election. «Fi//A. That the action of Congress, at its £ast session, in tho adoption of measures fo* tho early and permanent improvement tit party of Mower county was overwhel...

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. — 30 July 1874

OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CODKTY. A$L HAIiWOOD, Editor & Proprietor. —AUSTIN, MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING, JUL* 30, j874. •=™sshh5SHS™""!^«BH^'W^=B=»- FOR CaNQRESSv PIBST DISTIlICt, MARK H. DUNNELL. flatfbrm Adopted by the Jfrtrst Con gteisional Di»t. BepufcUc^ji Con­ vention. XMoWj fktt WA refer tolf6 fcfide to the record of tht BtpiblhAi feirkj, vliieh daring the pail fourteen yeats n*s oeeri tho record b'f the natiofe) pMseftribfc It intact amidst an |recedented dutgtti from foe* within and *ithrtttk secartng ii peaceful settlement of ^Angerotts entanglements with foreign pow teki bringing ordor out of confusion solv­ ing peacefully tho diffienit question! arising out of tho eonflioting Interest* of different sections and classes, adapting itself to tho exigencies and demands of tho people as os they have arisen defending the interests of the people against the burdensome oppres­ sions of moneyed monopolies, and constantly reducing taxation and tne national indebted ness. Second. Tha...

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. — 30 July 1874

•M&ounced for.next Friday evening. Ic« -CI^M IIIIDOTLIAR^LHDNS."' :. ITFT8CS :oiwe ewjyiji*h«r*«ek, im&m* siofeatstta Cou litftthe preaaure of home businesaltiakea ticlr stay in the city vcary tarief. ToV tod iuxnt)« Book! *t Piollttto'n *.-:I tin School DisUict, tola ttrcchyheartn^ ^stimony in the ease. T.p*^*aoh*«, frdnaathc east with large atockof Books and Stationery, vrhich he lias VSftefaed at the store of J. J. Hayes & ]2ro. Go and •ee for yourselves, Fos the benefit of the the eoaatry, the BUT your Stationery and fancy "Initial Paper at Prothero's Book Depot. v7-nl7-lm. UAKVXST hands areas numerous on the street corners this morning, as grasshoppers were ten days ago in the devastated region." THE planks on Bridge street bridge are so worn aa to be scarcely safe for the heavy loads which roll over them- daily. Would it not be well to cover thein with new ones. COMPLETE sets of T. S. Arthur's popu­ lar work, juat received, at F. Prothero's Book Depot. v7-nl7-lm. W...

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. — 30 July 1874

.ttsanraresEza i| their stay in the city very LAST 1 THE TRANSCRIPT omCULPATXB Of tn OUT. LOCAL MATTERS. A SOCIABLEat the Reading Rooms is Announced for next Friday evening. Ice Crtam and other "fixins." TIIE.County Commissioners pressure held,a ses­ sion a( the Court Honae early inthwweek, but the of home business makes brief. ToV and Juvenile Books at Protlicro's Book Depot. T7:pl?'lm VDORLL.WHBELOCK, of Owatoijna, referee in thereof Twfcbs*•. The Aus tin School District, is in the city hearing testimony in the case. JTFN T. PROTDERO has just returned firdnuthb east with a large stock of Books nnd Stationery, which he has Opened at the store of J. J. Hayes & Bro. Go and see for yourselves. FOE tha benefit of the people from the eointry, (he Post-Office will be kept open Until 9 o'cldtk P. M., as long aa the harvest lasts. BCT your Stationery and fancy Initial Paper at Prothero's Book Depot. v7-nl7.ini. HARVEST hands are as numerous on the street corners this morning, as grassh...

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. — 30 July 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT PAMS omouL or *HZ CITY. LOCAL MATTERS. A SOCIABLE at the Reading Rooms is announced for next Friday evening. Ice Cream and other "fixins." THE County Commissioners held a ses­ sion aj the Court House early in the week, but the pressure of home business makes their stay iu the city very Ijricf. TOY and Juvenile Books at Protliero's Book Depot. v7-nl7-lm. JUDGE L. L. WIIKKI.OCK, of Owatonna, referee in the case of Tubbs vs. The Aus­ tin School Dist.net, is in the city hearing testimony in the case. JIN. T. PKOTHERO has just returned from the east with a large stock of Books and Stationery, which he has opened at the store of J. J. Hayes & Bro. Go and sec for yourselves. FOR the benefit of the people from the eonntry, the Poet-Office will be kept open Until 9 o'cldtk P. M., as long as the harvest lasts. BCY your Stationery and fancy Initial Paper at Protliero's Hook Depot. v7-nl7-lm. HARVEST hands are as numerous on the street corners this morning, as grasshoppers we...

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. — 30 July 1874

I i. &fega£s __ jf-v A-.*., wa vuottf axdsnut Tht Agricultural CMItgi and University of Minnesota. Th* fi»wutare of the Stute University terj wltoltpUeed ft dt ther beautfttl city of NiMcspoli* in one of that BQit i(n^j[ M^ ipi tN whole North-west- Their selection of grondi »M amplv coBMBensuruto* with their nspirutioas tvgsrdiag ita him cneeen. tie vicinity—n bhf skirting tlit Falls of 8i UM A«I)M«J N4 lit «|j of Minueupolis. Hart, wid a charg­ ing grove of oaha, Ihey erected the University builflings, aid lnfc| foundation for trhat will eventually be one of the leading educational centers of the country. The view from the ei|nUJi nmgni fioeot. There is W ode Mississippi river, and one Falls of Si Anthony, and one eity of Minneapolis in the world, and all are before the sight-soer. The firat eomea rolling down between the laat, until when," nbo«t midway, it makes ita ^tnge ofsigti feet add rushea away between high blnib at one*a feet to find its way after weeks of travel to the...

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. — 6 August 1874

-mmwi 11 rf MM jszamm VJ|s «l In AUSTIN LINE. VERTISINQ. $1S.SS £S.OS 65.SS 10S.CS or lea*!** doltors per litwM »d»rtlH •etfliao. XtfHag* at*i«e«,tftj -gpootflae«oev«* .•••*« P**»•••_,.. Spr MthM tl U« ratoa pmwftid by ^All tranolopt adyortlsoinwits to UpiUfer la UTIIM. F.^EOF,R CLBBK OPTBB DISTRICT COURT, Ititta, KtwlretutTtKliMHU VuUis P, VAN VALKENBURGH, Mir it Pam Machinery, Salt, Coal, fto., AE. OIN Soath Bid* of AaetlB.Miaa. IS I: ANV ALKENBURGH, Produce Etoaler, Jfiiwaote. SO. W. ROBINSON. iw^l, BBCWTU OV DRBD0, Ifowar'Co Will osaateotiUoa,pay ttsnkrn* j|| *. 8LOCUM, lMhrl Grata aad LtaWr, at BON Crook, Bow Uakor Yard jaat opened, lor, Lath ant Stogies, eoaataatly oa Try m. USS B. DAVIS, GALLOWAY, AUSTIN, MINN. haad. JJR. W. L. HOLLISTER, Conor of Main and Winenaj|8treeta, Austin* Minnesota. No CARDS. 'l' General Agent Horn* Life Int. Co, far Bonthern Minneaota aad Northern Iowa. OBoe, lit Door Baatkof OcartHcaw. HE RAMSEY HOUSE, FBOPBIBTOK JOHN B. M0RRI80N, RAMSBY, MINN., At...

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. — 6 August 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE 80BWT. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor. —AUSTIN, MXNSL— TUURSDAT MORNJNO, AUGUST #,1874. FOB CONGRESS. FIRST DISTUICT, MARK H. DUNNELL. Platform Adopted by th« Ifirit Con­ gressional Dist. Republican Con­ vention. Uftotved, Tht we rof«r Second. Th ird. Fuwtk, II. -••w** vy. Tbat while the Republican party lias afforded tho people a safo and popular currency, of equal and uniform worth in every portion of our country, and while wo print with satisfaction to its reoord and ac­ complishments in this rcspcct, which have contributed to the public credit, and onhanced tbo individual and collcctivo prosperity of the whole nation, wo favor such additional tegtalation as shall make national banking free to a'I, under just and «qual laws, with proper restrictions, which laws shall bo based upon the.policy of speck) resumption at such a time anis caodUteot with the material and industrial interests of the country, to tho end that the vuluuio of ourrc...

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. — 6 August 1874

mm* mm TW Wmk ??fm „-.,«'-r''.W^Ss-H' -.V'4i».5t W A. A. HARWOOD, e4®8®9» TUUR8DAY MORMgSft, FOR CONGKE8S, .*" mWV BUTBMT,' s- MARK H. DUNNELt. Plattom Adopted by thaFim 0e» gresaloaal Wat StpAliiu OMK TtttiM« *M»W W*I we rtfcf «lil|rilit» ihi reoord of the l*p«UI«u tote, whfcsh 4\ the iiMftutMi jfwrt IM Ma tint of taa ialiwt|nwite| latest wldit U' preeedsated daagwrs Una fees within ui witkotVmiriDf pMNhl nUlwni of dugmaf entangleoMttta with lbrti|» pow era bringing order out ofoonfiulon Solv­ ing peaeorally the dilealt quatloii u)ila| out or Ika eonflioting interests of dlfiwent sections aad elaisea, adapting itself to the exigencies aad demands, of the people as aa they have arisen defeadlag 'the Interests of tho people agaiaat the bardeoaoaie oppres­ sions or moneyed monopolies, aad constantly reduoiag taiatloa aad the national Indebted new. party Second. Thai while tho Henibll a saw aad popi oarreney, of eqaaT aad aaifbna worth has afforded tho peoplo alar a ceMvated place in C...

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. — 6 August 1874

T- I' 1 THETRANS€RIPT omciALPlm o? ths Chaxlict Wilbocb, again after goods. All Kaiser & Gckiey, J. S. Bishop, A Vert Tub Mil. C. L. Candidates CITY! LOCAL MATTERS. will soon go east kinds of stationery may be bad cheap at the Post Offlco. Tot and Juvenile Books at Prothero's ymiy TViyit v7*nl7'lBti M—»• Merrick & KNox, pat a lino fire proof safe into their store yesterday, Mb. McImtyrk L. is assisting Cotinty Au­ ditor Williams, while R. B. Lovcll takes a vacation. An Ice Cream Sociable will be held in the Congregational church on Friday evening of this week. WfcaaTEE's complete Unabridged no­ torial Dictionary, at Protl^ero'a Book Depot—only $10. v7-nl7-lm. F. Buck & Co., are taking special pains to keep a Aill assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables. Fnjam Mathbw Is at his old post again, aftef a pleasant trip to Indiana, and a visit with relatives and friends. Eight hHarvest hands" were found be­ side Engle & Co's wood pile, near the fiver last Tuesday night Al...

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. — 6 August 1874

I'^l SgagBMfiHBBMBIIlfcl mmm %A. I HTI LOCATES OH WIN STREET, In the City, where everything famished in the milling line can be found. We ate now selling our First Water Gilt Edge Flour Manufactured by L. 8. Reynolds. First class MIDDLINGS PURIFIER Every sack of flour Warranted! We keep constantly on hand the best flour in the market. Also, Shorts, Bran 6at Meal, Graham Flour, Ac. Comsr&o-A-Ts For sale by the bushel or load. A reg­ ular flour and feed store is located in the City, where everything is sold at Mill \Prices, for cash. All goods delivered in any part ot the City, promptly. Two doors north of Noble & McWhor ter's, at the old Arcade. ENGLE & Co. Austin, May 5th, 1874. 7-5 Foundry —w»- Machine Shop! on tki EAST SIDE, Near the Depot* AUSTIN MINNESOTA. We have Icaaed for a term of five years the Iron Worka of the late W. W. BROWNSON. and have prepared oaraelvea to do all kinda of Foundry and Lathe work, both WOOD & IRON. And to ran Circular Saws. We make Caul...

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. — 6 August 1874

I 't AUSTIN Tp v**, "«Ste^ wmm uva LoeATU oir MMSTRKT, In the City, where everything tarnished in the milling line can be found. We are BOW selling our First Water Manufactured by L. 8. Reynolds* First class MIDDLINGS PURIFIER Every sack of flour Warranted! We keep constantly on hand the best flour in the market Also, Shorts, Bran 6at Meal, Graham Flour, Ac. CORlSr&OA.TS For sale by the bushcl or load. A reg­ ular flour and feed store is located in the City, where everything is sold at Mill -^Prices, for cash. All goods delivered in any part ot the City, promptly. Two doors north of Noble & McWhor tcr's, at the old Arcade, Austin, May 5th, 1874. ENGLE & Co. 7-5 Foundry —ASfr— Machine Shop! on the EAST SIDE, Near the Depot* AUSTIN MINNESOTA. Wo havo leased for a term of five years the Iron Works of th« late W. W. BROWNSON, and havo prepared onraelve* to do all kinds of Foundry and Lathe work, both WOOD & IRON. And to ran Circular Saws. Wo make Cauldron Settles, STOVE ...

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. — 13 August 1874

-.Vir k,r ••. $ 1 4"* HIM. I« J\ Oi 4 .4 A- 'X'. rsra j! 1 .ifcwi"- iiiiiit JQR. W.L.H0LU8TBB, CofMff ef Mala •uatin* M* CAIN. JJUSS B. DAVIS, P•armaooAgoat ft9yl Aeatls, Ml ». a. a. Wy? SS P, VAN VALKENBORGH, la TM»)MI%«7»MLOoal, »4te»ie» 1» lMttl«i si [BO. W. BOBINBON, »»mov~ Mtt.ian. -B. buwgm, la «ni» cad teartar, atlni ft«*i *aw~ Tryaae. It Minnesota. Tjl OtMral Agent Hon»LHthw»COi for SHtkua MlaaiNteMi Inttn Im. OSoa, Ul Dow iaathaf Cwrt IJIHE RAMSEY HOU8E, JOHN «. M01RI80V, Paeraiavea RAM8BY, MIRV.# At tlM JiMtlM of the MUwaakoe St. Paal Md Bnfkm MliMNte BaUroads. GAIiLOWAY, AUSTIN, MIHN. Groceries ft Provisions* Also—Ami for the St. Joe Plow, auaafeo «nd at lliiktwiki) lad. 49tt HILIP LAWBBNGB. FIRE IN la ItUibk CoapaaiM, at low iita. Alao for th« NEW YORK LIFE. OSN witk Kaglo 4 0ft,oi Maia St, Aaatia, Miaa. CaiRMU. LAFATBTTB FBBMB I RANDALL FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Aastia, OOee ia Baak Bloek adyoiaiag T» «naeatrr oflloo. CoHootioaa and other baa in «i «ttoad«d to earefnlly...

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. — 13 August 1874

For fiftwnthof the salary ofsooU person as the tribe (nay bclcct to be their head chief per fifth ur .ticje treaty of Juno eleventh, eighteen li^idnd and fifty-five, live hundred del- For salary of two subordinate chiefs, as per fiflh article treaty of Juno ninth, eighteen hundred ana sixty-three, one thousand dollars. For ninth of sixteen instalments, for boarding and clothing the children who shall, attend the /schools, providing the schools and boarding-houses with neces­ sary fiirniture, the purchase of necessary wagons, teams, agricultural implements, tools, and so iortb, and for fencing of such lands as may be needed for garden­ ing and farming purposes for the schools three thousand dollars. For salaries at two matrons to take charge of the boarding schools, two as­ sistant teachers, one farmer, one car pen ter, and two millers, four thousand five hundred dollars. For fifteenth of twenty instalments, for keeping in repair the hospital, and pro­ viding the necessary medicines,...

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. — 13 August 1874

fe?yi -i LOCAL MATTERS. 8n dwwh«e wBlkm of thi Stito Fair. PucnundCmu at the Beading Room* to-morrow evening. MR. R. DUHXUCMAKH, will aoon goeaat after anew stock of clothing. YntnoAK BmiMi A* universal i*me dy. We advertise it AMDBSW Knox, baa gone to Cannon Falls, for a brief visit. .• TOr and Juvenile Books at Prothero'a Book Depot. v7-nl74m. LT*AJ»D.BAIM of Chicago, ia here visiting bis brother, Sheriff Baird of this city. •_• -.' W. W. BINIB, «diH» of the Butler County (Iowa) iVsst,m&de us a call to4aj. MOULTOK bu find a blank cartridge, enveloping fcotb Beeeber and Tilton in thoamoko. Wi ean't tell aboat Freneb ft Trass doll's Pnnp works tbis week. Read tbeir 4ad." $A8. TRVBSDSUI Boot and Shoe dealer, bo just received A fine lot of mw goods. A LITTLB child of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Beeeber, died on Tuesday morning, aged five months. COMPLETE sets of Chamber's Encyclo­ pedia—last issue—at Prothero'a Book Depot. v7'Ul74m: H. GUNZ is extending bis store rootn to the rear. Ho need...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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