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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 13 August 1874

dy. Wo advert!lait AMMBW K*©*,1 TOT ud Juvenile Boakt it lnfl Book Depot. LTKAXD.BAIBD oC" CU«|0|.4k$mi cHf. W. W.Run^edilQvtftfce Butler County (Iowa) JVea^sttde .us. c*H __s -v envelopisg *i ^P** jw,v«iA«fj,n «4fvv S. Vi een't tfU dell's Pump wotkaUia VMt Bead IvW JAST TmtiisDXtt Bool snA Shoe telir, has just reoeived flue lot of good*. A uma UNI of Xi.uA Mm D. BmoW, flijl on luiiy Mniag, aged 8ft Mittft'. OoamxTK. seta of Chamber'a Encyclo­ pedia—last iasne—at Prtrthero'a Bo^k Depot vr-iiwantr ." .'-. W H. Gori ia extending hisstore lOtfh to the rear. Ho needs more room for his goods. Tbi v-- reaper whiohwas "dmpW last Monday bj thai runaway tearn, svtfained damage* to the amount of aboutfSO.OO. jr —s! -r On Geo. Edwards, charged. with •tealinga gun from Geo. C. Phillips, was examined before JnsticeSmltb,yes today, and held for trial the Diatrict Court. A- 8. Evnuwr, baa recently sold a half section of land,—one moiety "of it going to A. V. Ellia, and the other to Wai. lUcbaida, ...

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. — 13 August 1874

TStTRANSCKlPT il /M of pim ram rience in milling, in corarr. iwMi« ww SSftWlth omi. O the coca, with, Otkinni dose GiMiBiMlithiq«B«rfcii|l Hah nifwpk ibwly Mu,. fkiaiir Mlm htowl»4lu T«Bi aa. latheceotastarlsharatag-— MgasJ, dsar, of Iky ntaralag Aidlkt baby's eyee mMH| COM ead Mai lb* apeU ef fcary I O Ik pwiwt w—t tltftn I O the dark hhtf, anhlag «W Meadow slopes, thick sot with clever I O tk nMMaaa Imw irwHia I O the tender behy wwlul Aa4 Ik love that does i«t tarry, MehtageUa wosMef b«J «•*#iriam Urn A Was/or Whw to Cat The period of .ripening of grain is tbat it wbieh the grain oontains the largest portion of nutriment. It is not that at whioh the grain is hardest or of the brightest oolor, or parts most readily from the ea^snlo or envelope la wbieh it ia contained. Indeed, a considerable part of the ripening pro­ cess should take plaoe in the shook or the staek. If it is allowed to ripen, or, in other words, dry and harden eorn pletelj while standing, the grain lopes roneh of ...

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. — 20 August 1874

UarfUfe uetMe* Sfty eeaj* PfwKiinwi y* UgtTwtUm :M tta *W la LEO. W. ROBINSON. IMBtlt or Mian. WiU O1 JJUSS B. gfe 1H.H All traaelent ^VirtiiNaMiU to ta pi« fa* ia idwM*^ mmq 4 wssstafesfe* Ft A*ELDER CLIKK0VTU1 DISTRICT COURT. P, VAN VALKENBURGH, & ,. Lin*, Grain wl»teftWlfciM»i«,8«», Coal, ,*e., It. MtTioatkBMicf PubUe Stun, Anstia, A jt B. USTIN AND RAMSEY STAGE Jt\. LINE. tagcs leare Austin daily, Baking close ', neetioB with Passenger Train# ever the o^' hern Miaaesota Railroad. Fare. 50 Cents. 11 m3 8.' HUTCHINS, Proprietor. N. WHEAT, M. D., ncspnthie Physician J. TYLER, j. i'.asb, g"' mlt Produce Dealer* iitifm, Mhmetota. RkweriCo lb*aon AuHii mas., X«rd 14th MTI jyj B. 8L0CUM, Dealer In Grain and Lnktr, at Base Creek, Minn. Hew Uabtr Yard jut opened. Laa her, Lath aM Shingles, constantly on hand. Try ae. SO JJR. W. L. HOLLISTER, .Comer efMSla aad WlatMpii^^i, Austin* Minnesota. Ne Cabn. 1 DAVIS, Otoneral Agent Home Life Ins. Co, for Southern Miaaeaetaaad Northern Iowa. O...

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. — 20 August 1874

}«i. I V. 4 3 Bi •m w™& •t "'•'tt''' na *Y** •'*g,—i£g aa^migya*^ la Lia»»erala,*e^ Ae, PuMU iwldi, Materia Mlaa. law 1mm\ to,Ii*(hendShlB0S* TIJM. _J^S^15H F. AJSLDER m$i CLB1K OtTHB MMUClCOVaft, W.ROBINSON, »•}'.• V3K M. i«hiim B. 8L0CUM, *v ft. W. L. HOLLISTER, gU88 B. Groceries & AAO-AmdI for Um arad at Miafcewaka» Ia& PntahwAgut JMipd. Minnesota. Tfi DAVIS, OiMfil AfMt HomtlJft fitmSPi ftrSNlkm MiiMNUui VultoilMi. (Mhs, lal Owe flnlksf ONii 0H9 *8 wm At tki JiutiM ef tk« MlvaakM A 8i. PmI ud Bntkm WimnIi Ballieed*. A AUSTIN, MINH. nth 4«l* St. JoeFlow, HlLIF LAWRENCE. FiM In la. ItllaU* Coaipmaiea, at low i:Uea. Also for tha NEW YORK LIFE, Offle* with Eagle ft on Mala Ft, Austin, Minn. *7-n» B. CBAMHAUm 0 UriTlffl FBUCE RANDALL ft FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Aaitla, Mi.a.* OSn in Baak Bleek K'.YHfcairT A(i iSSTS OF TUB ATlfA INS. CO: A USTIN AND RAM8EY STAGE JtX. LINE. Stngct lemrv Auiia dnUj, asking «Im« (Dsawtioa witk Putngir Traiai Mir tk4 outkera MiaaeMta-BnHroad....

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. — 20 August 1874

vidians ahall be distributed to them mty upon condition of the perform* aqce of such labor, under such rules fcnd regulations as the agent may prfc-, Bcribc: Provided) That the Seerotary of tlie Interior mif, by writen order, except' any- particular tribe from the ofSenitiou of Vision where he deems it expedient. SEC. this pro and proper SEC. 4. That none of the moneys appropriated in this act shall lie used to pay salaries or allowances of any kind to employees at agencies except where il is appropriated for sueh pur* tose excepting the contingent fund nnd the incidental fund, and except in easea herein otherwise provided* not more than aix thousand dollars shall bo paid for the salaries of employees at any one agency, in addition to the salary »f tin «K«nC «nd interpreter, and no! wei» «l any ay ei than ia ab­ solutely aeoeasarj and Indian ignis •hall be required to Mate, onder oath, Upon rendering their quarterly ae Qouuts, that the number of employees claimed wore aetually and b...

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. — 20 August 1874

W'W^i *eritKft/Ver«/crf, ^otihelnlerior ^l&foept1 'ah* -J tiit oj, Vmo^jwher* V/*:' N»vA ..I TMkoal of ill* aioaeys ... appro priatodia this aot sbdlbe esedjsda to pay salaries or allowaacieaof say kisid to emphyeee si «sMti«K|KMfl wh«e il isaaproprlated ftr,N«k Mif •••we ••w •-W1IH*J emWii more thu iii thoasaad dtikrs dull *a. their MHri^ ibt tlii iwb«r of nplo^ii chiaed were adtully tad (MM fide employed at the sgeaey sod it tU «l ary claimed and that suoh agnt 4o« not, directly or indireotly, reoeive say pert of the compensation olaimed for aay other employee, or aoy. pecuniary benefitthereftom: Provided, That wberethere is no ofitoerib-the vicini­ tyof an agirfc* whoitautiiorised to admiaiater oatae^ theSettetary of the Interior aiay direct aaeh returns ta ba •ado under tha certificate of tbesgeat. 8n. 5. That it shall ba tha duty of the Secretary oT the Intcr'ir, inj- th? •officers chargod by Jaw with thadiatri butioa of sapplies to the Indians, vo­ der the appropriation* p...

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. — 20 August 1874

7 jeara. 'l^' Joxxaox eauna tember, Hoar. \e L- terday. rf: f* JS1 la ,ltW uf»HgW !M 'fr 'I' Tunmmvt Jtr.dh Hit. V. Back, l^«» **,«*•*£ ••9* o£fcU*t» k3r««' iD f/ si i-jfiW fHenda ia wlaeotsin. ,. I mDh»" A cotfWTT*Kof the ftwhty Board are I h*e* ?w s*t «p after some urn* hokbng a ipilM wriw «t the Court jq^ia^horougb analysis ofthe ease, he lejteadwith thoColonel,that it paa a "put |ipi°v V^010 here he w«a* to "Wood,, and jliave' in opera-1 Aargadhimwitk h*Tias in*enteS tho nhojo with which to drive I »»dlaat .Pridey,aJter h*Ying bora* their marjilafty^ |ik*fnaiN uloig pMribl^ U»nim^k -..'• I •!•«dmm of himfilf ninfnnml thi nrlmn "Oral** Anstfak and wiferftnrned Urt 1 of jwaUmp, of family and wovmM T1.U wtai X. Horn**.-. SnLday SclK»i Ooocert fe ing been very fine indeed. i\ 4 ornament as well as an addition to tbe I Hugh Tonng, in his spree, loat, or waa robbed of $40 towon- rfMau|hlMlim ,. J* "M I ovoiy tosgM, TB District Covft wttl hold a regatar 11* «r*y paipes*.* sessioa in 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. — 20 August 1874

-A. 9- 4 remember them." O'^i fj :-^*V:?^%V:A THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF IBB C6BRT. "A Scotch lad came to bis clergy­ man for examinatiou previous to hia receW^bis firjt communion. The knowing thai his young friend was not very profound In his theology, aud not wishing to discourage liiui, took the Old Testament, and asked him, in reference to the Moeaio law, how many oommandmenta there were. After a little thought, lie put hia anf Kwer in the modest form of a supposi-' lion, and replied, cautiously, Aiolins hunner.'" The clergyman was vexed, and told him such ignorance was iu tolerable, that hf could not proceed in examination, and that the youth must wait atd learn more so he went away. On returning home, he tnet a friend on his way to the manse, and on learning that he too was going to the minuter for examination, shrewdly asked him, Weel, what will ye say noo if the min­ ister spcers hoo mony commandments there are?' Say why, I shall aay ten to be sure/ To which the other ...

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. — 27 August 1874

ft, P.VAHT *i.t taVU*1|Mi«b A^^I. 5i!H f'i»Sf?»ie **. J' -JpE ,-i£- -f t1*~:v. WJMVIto t-'i id Hm. J. •ANVALUKBUBGH, •... Produce Dealer. LKO. W.KOBfNSON. Mil ot tttMk V«mS0* eaemiaoHtio* Fytm»*»i MirlaOiiiiBllai^(aklMM Jltoa. Iiv Loiter TaN Jwt wwil l« W, Utk Mi flhlagka, eoattaatty «a hoi fl|M. jyL W.L.H0LLI8TER, Comer of Mela aad WlmasgRmN, Austin* No Cai tjl ^U88 B. DAVIS, fiminl Agtnt Horn* life Ins. Co, ftr Soathera Minnesota aad Vortlm Iowa. Ofleo, 1st DNrlntkrf (hart CJ1HE RAMSEY HOUSE, JOHN V. MORRISON, Faoraiatee RAMSEY, MINN., At the jaaetioa ofthe Milwaukee 4 8T PmI •adJoitlirt Vluutte Bailiaads. A GAliLOWAY, AUSTHf, MIEH. (Groceries Se Provisions. iJM-lant for the St. Jon Plow, maaalae ind at Miahawaka. lad. 46t.f P•araaea hilip lawrenge. Fire atei. Alao Agent for the in NEW YORK LIFE. Office with Eagle A Co., SL, Austin, lliaa. *7-a» v«. a. cMRMib mwiti raaxca. I RANDALL 0 LINE. Stagca leavo Aostia daily, making close tonnectioa with Paw eager Trains over tfcs oathcra ...

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. — 27 August 1874

iCationprefieribed by Taw. The gn jfcry hurt inspire into ihF^» J*f ev elry person. imprisoned withiu tho dis­ trict on orimioal ohwgfl and..wit in doeted ioto theoonditionand manage­ ment of tKo public priaoriswithin the ^district: and itfto toe'1 willful corrupt niiseoii4acr& office of robliir offioen of every description withiuthe district and they are entitled to frtta aoopw, at all roubnable times, to tlie^ pplill^ pris one, andjto the .axatniuattan, without charge of all publio records within the district, See. IK That there ihall be ap|totnt ed by' the governors of said Territory owe or more notaries public Tor eaoh drganiaed'aouDty, whose term of offiee shall be two years, and nntil their sac eessotirshall be appointed and qualli filed. The apt of the legislative auem Wy of the Territory of Utah enti tied, "An aot ooneerning notarise pnb lie" approved January seventeenth, eight­ een honored and sixty-six, ii horebj •Nioijri, exeept theArst section there­ of, whieh Is her...

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. — 27 August 1874

l-*Z n. otic. Terhtttfy of Utah. But tho district at­ torney attall not by fees and salary to­ gether receive tnore than thirty-ffve hundred dollars per year and all fees or moneys received by him above said amount shall be paid into tho Trearu ry of the United States Approved, Juue 23. 18T4. Platform Adopted by the Jrirst Con­ gressional Dist. Beptiblieaa Coa- vention. Resolved, Second. Tkigd. «aei«iw shSJld^leSj I g» Sj%C eibsntitted eppoiftt eommisaienere of- tha eireuir eourts orthe Unite* States, and id take acknowledgments of ba?lr a*d,4 itt sddition* thority M^NHisiBii^iad ooaunittiaf msgistratse in all caseserising under the lava of laid. Territory ia now possessed by justices of Ike {mm iff I I I W 7. At aik ofthe lerrfto- rial legislature o& the Territory Utah entitled 'iAfi iel Jna delation to, marshals and attorneys," apprbvei March third, eighteen hundrija an "fifty-two, and slllaws said Territory ineoMMtant with tlie provisions of this act, are hereby disapproved. ...

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. — 27 August 1874

4 ynnlfi- all •rage yield. t' imL MAjrroftfce -':pi||iPiWNr- iipt» of several the city again. KAISKI liwea pf *ww ^?0g3O Ida' Jungen's notice. School. H.JACOM, Esq. line buildingoo Hill Street. iiou. line of School Books thro's Book and New* D*pot DUKKLBKAXX has goat dothingand fimtahfeffpods, Jf. Lbvt this paper. jMIt TagAntlmmpfottsts hoi4 a county convention in this ohyfco-day. Oeo: KinB, E«1. #,C of to supply the great demand upon them for harnesses. B. F. MORGAN JUDOS W. have returned from a few days relatives in Steele County. LAFAYETTB FBEHCH E. T. MQBOAN of Lelioy, County Su periutendcntKmade us a call last Mon­ day. lie reports the work under his charge as in a prosperous condition. NEW BLOCK.—The contractors hav# torn up the »kle-walk nortfi of Hayes Bros., preparatory to tlip .commencement of work on the McCleJlan block. FKEIQII? trains Nos. him. THE 1 3 and 4, run­ ning on the S. M. R. R., between Ram­ sey and La Crosse, were put on last Monday. J. G. EASTOK 10,000 are a...

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. — 27 August 1874

feSS. P* -'Bcili$^A.*f... -5s3i &X.J tii" t« W.1 :K.7jtf**Sk AM bifidlnfOft *V~,. .. WL-OGJ xxdivr thkpafaf. "••i OonktlUr gwitfc a®d.f( win be thecalfpta. noon,yeate«#ay, «t-lFSUS# .4 i& i&Zl&dt-i'ffi-1 MJfil! JUUV3 fit •RrtHW .. s- Jiiiimmwii m.m* *mftS&tnnifcft. •, ., wf! ,} Bs^ofJaribault la much «ao»« aft*®#** i?WS Tfift *QMMI» aw working liar# to wpply the great demandnpomthqn I B. F. IfoawAK is still in theEast raere ating and taking advantage of the twin, atkma in the eastern market. JCTWE W. H, CNAWYHTJI and family have returned from a few'days visit to rdtttra in Steele County. .. ~f w.\i IiAVATnra PunchEsq., made a busi­ ness trip to Mioncapplis and Saint Paal» returning home yesterday. RICHABSOOH ft XAYBKW contemplate bringing to Austin a larger stock of goods than they hate ever before exhibited. POT^TOM are very nice this year, ncv more mealy and pom than now. The yield seems likely to be an average one. THE usual supply of moonlight was shut off la...

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. — 27 August 1874

'I TRANSCRIPT Abetter tor THII Now thaflur vesting ia over, take eiri of Um took A harvester that eosta $200, ia too expensive a pieee of aaaehinerj tolie Q^t mall weatnera, u peiii to «iid, au aadraia. Oae of oareorrcapoodaata ton* Aim* aim •ade the atartliagannomnoeaeeat thai on am aferagethey did aot do orertwo months'work before thej wen iron eat,—eaihnatbg that two weeksf labor mi gotten out of them eachjear. and that iafbar jeara they were wed op. Nov thbMKbtibt ao to b«,«nl |H il ia ow par with nsoh of the farariag to the Weal. Buttda shelter, be it ererao efceap,aad More jowr naohiaery la it theftrat thing after getting year grata ia the aiaek. Take oat thanek m. eil it, aad lay it away lea aaft keen­[NEW ing ia joar hoMe. Glean thorooghlv all tbe metal work aad nib it ever with tallow, to aaveraptiag, fee thia not oa ly deetroya TOUT machine, bat eaaaea friction, whieh will rack It to pieoea when it ia next seeded for aae. And aa noon aa yoa can, paint it over. Paint preser...

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. — 3 September 1874

CtMOCtMrTHl AmI»1I«W« A. wif'^-wn .. .mm UM s«,*M-t Mi# AMI CMit^l flvtttMa se/iMMtAvtdaUafe r« jrter. .. •. •":.-. rrtitki fiu.. si •iwrti* 1 "?J! i-Ii'.M, el«s Lhte,aiiaia,Ae» At. PabUt S«MN, Austin, Mtan URGH, l^EO. W.FTOBIN8QN. IT KMiimOf MEM, MoweeICo •KM. WMMRN*MM*,1*T* awMwU, A*. Auiia, lUi^lhlik nth, sen. f-RSK M. TK GALLOWAY, AUSTIN, MINN. Groceries & Provisions* Also—Ageat for tke St. Jot Plow, manufoo ared atMiskawaka, lad. 46*1 P•avaaea HILIP LAWRENCE. FIRE in ia Reliable Companies, at low .latas. Alio Agent for tka NEW YORK LIFE. Office witk Xngle Co., on Main Ft., Austin, Mian. vT-n# VX. O. CnARDAU. LAFAYETTE PRBMCB. RANDALL ft FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Aoatln, -Minn.* Office in Bank Bloek adjoining Ta \H8caiPT oflce. Collections aud other baa- in cm attended to carefully and promptly. JIGSSTS OF THE JST NA INS. CO. AUSTIN AND RAMSEY STAGE LINE. Stagei leavo Austin daily, making eloie -teaaootioa witk Paimgw Traiai wr the oathern Minamata Fare# SO Gents. Il-m3 8. 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. — 3 September 1874

^s-i B* Amtib* tl»* sii -4##J- Pwtoji Ojih Milptw, itltN Omk, JL W. L.HOLLI8TBB, *oc At the Jaaotioa of lie •Mi laathM Mhmiti K1UPAgoat 11.• g. I1UTCHIN8, Proprietor. N. WHEAT, M. D., i£om»pathic PhysiciAAand Surgeon, Oflooaad BmHww, Venter of St. Paid and JHUStreets, W J. TYLER, CITY AUCTIONlIi^ Lean Order* at the Mayor'eOffiee. y6aftl AUSTIN, MINN. D. BEDAL, M. D. M. Physician and Suvgton* OS— aad liritow, oorao of Market and Fleaeaat Bts» inniili, Mian. fla» .4. mw,a.* s.• M.&B. BABB RESIDENT AUSTIN. imni.i /Office,—Baaford/s Block. JHini Oxide hiaiai JSxtfMtgaa ofTaotk. fctiifuHrt ga iHrfii il laallworlc. •fVB. J. P. 8QUIBE8, late of Bine 1/ Sartk Cttj, i—pwUiHy lafti— tha #eyi»tha»fcakafwaatt|y ___ LOCATED IN AUSTIN. OS— tm f«taw A Kuwrt 'Hijj*. ,4wa^ flnt d-r «at *r tta Paklfo MWac, vkmka maj Ummt ti jgwaftpdly taaS—lala OalairfUi profci EO. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Aa Aa FIP -Idhwgs i$M-* tssFMt'fs&V & V?? li *««.£ .iU,W»ii"^ riawAtnn WSBPWJ *u»r mm^ Minnesota. »ji USSB D...

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. — 3 September 1874

a i: if "v. 'i For tft» Army Media* Mwfcmaond *»r •k#wI aotf oilier fcofeaaaW worlts ftf ftj.HWy of tip Surgttfta X3ener «I* 0®o6,toMhootoad4oiUa. 'fef# For engiitver depot at WilleU's Point, New York, namelj, remodeling portion* of bridge equipage, aod fur tha current ezpeMee of the depot, pamiMe of engineering materials for w* in instraotion ofengineer-battalion, and pnrchase and repair uf inslrnwents for gaaeral aarviea of the Corpa of Ka giueeni, nine thousand dollars. For trinla with totpedoea for harooi end land defense, and to instruct the mgiseer troope in their practical oon otraattoa and application, ttu thouwnd Mlm For tlk« unbanee e^rvice required to fefaj the enwefct tspefteee at the ar eeMle. of raoeiving atone and mains arma and other ordnaoee aapplies: of tattoo aadoftoe duttea ofrents, (oils, fuel and lights ofstationerj and ofSoe furniture of took and iaatramente for we, of publio aniaude, forage and to bielee ineidental ezpeneee of the ord­ nance aervioo, inelndin...

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. — 3 September 1874

#_^y£«3Ks£? 1HUR8DAT~M WB bait FoRleadjiencileof nil kinds go tfrlfcfr Poet Office, MAirroftbe their corn.. 11 ftmm an evItiDg^p Bcr little w^tcomes to market cents .--'v rt R. O. Hitit^aow in tliecaRtera ttUtfot after foods, wQl retam nexI week! CArr. A. J, Uunt, and B. W. CbniMr, of Brownsdale, gave «s a call yeatmday. Soucw,$ KOSAAX, are receiving large quantities of ffcU and winter goods. 7 at Fro. w4 Artxx thr^sBook andNews Depot. Miss IDA JUKOUT, con receive more pu­ pils at her private School. Application should be xpade atH. Leutblen's. THs Methodist Sabbath School will have a concert on a^ Sattbalk evening atthe Society'• Ck^eL •_ A Nsw stock of the Vest boots and shoes just^received, and arid cheap at K. Knudson's. 23 PHIUP Pnixirs, the great vocalist, will aing In this city on Monday evening September 88th inst MKX are excavating on the corner of Main and Water streets, preparatory to the erection of the McClellan block. Tun largest stock of trunks and travel­ ing bags la...

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. — 3 September 1874

THERE \h alwaja a sonny side to ]iHk at. All of us ean torn away from the dark and glooujy ^aaipges .which we nieet on out Way aiid walk in God'a sunshine. The brightest natures livoj longest, live most, nrf live truest their lives round into fuller perfection and developplfent thantheir Itajfe fortu­ nate brothers and sisters who look on matters In a shady light. Ah llife is beautiful, with its varied phases ^nd constantly sifting ecenes—apenoranis that neftrnJaonotonous or ttrweino if rightly viewed. Though the road bo sometimes rough, polish comes by rough treatment. The diamond would be useless unsmoothed aud unpol islicd *'W* $ ""'i r"' Our naturfes i^ti&e obstacles lb give us tone and strength. Combstiveness I is a blessing when rightly eierciaad.1 A want of it causes many fits of "blues'* ment of others, but for our own self­ hood. The sunny side Is often obliterated for awhile by our contract witMough, I unfeeling natures, these Inharmonious beings who roam through this ...

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. — 10 September 1874

On Cards ettvo E. Lia%tnl^ BJ. D* JJUS8 B. T™ Psurance N. WHEAT, M. D., IN* aua£«#W7 «S ifttM TlKiiiiW ilwtlNMita l»4»|«li la a* -mm mm F. A* JSLDKR cuix or TBI raniet COURT. AMMIIMMW Oiuigr, rt- P, VAM VALK*NBURGH, la 8alt, Gael, 8oath Side of aU VANVALKENBURGH, ,:'^Pr^Uw l*&&(©& imlfc, JmM(Rk •.W.ROBINSON. B, BiOCB*, MM. Hewer !Ce tta 0raia aad Lumber, at Reee Creek, Lamber Yard Just wwei Laa- %Wf S®4 fry me. $9 W. L. HOLLI8TKR, Comer of Mate Au«tin» laCtni. Minnesota. Tjl DAVIS, jam Mom* Lift lm»C* liliwill aal Northera Iowa. Omilaui. RAMSEY HOUSE, JOB* 1. ORB MOB, Paoraiaroa RAM8BY, xnnv., AtlktJiMlti af the Milwaukee A 81. Paal and flNtbm llfeMNto Railroads. OAIiLOWAY, AUSTiir, MINN. Orocories & Provisions. dtif »—Agent for the St. Joe Plow, maauike «rod at MUhawaka, Ia4. HILIP LAWRENCE. Fire In­ ia Bailable Companies, at lew iatei. Alao Agent for the NEW YORK Lire. MM with Eagle A Co., oa Main K., Austin, Mind. v7/a9 Wa. a. CRAMDALL. LAFAYKTTE FkKMCH I RANDALL ...

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