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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 10 September 1874

4£p?" n: Pnnin tf Tk Tr #?r ,j~\^::- h»:a »tT88 B. I)AtK& ,« *-s& Ui «$ ft'f. .-t* CITYAUCTIONEER.:! u-ir BUlklhG80t£b* fft iaiM (r ?fj AWttSf MVM SMT l*'-et«4«^*WF» Xai. fcO&P lAWBENCE. Ffrfln it |AAb^ iate». AU«Ageat fcrtha Bin wkh I|l A Ce.,«a Mala Ikj Ami*j» Mlai. -.M .as, wv. a. cbahoalIm MminBfUMi MIhBm ««eo la Baak Block adjoining iLUueun alN. Collections a«d other bas torn Mtaadad wflilty and 1 fHA AQBKTS OPTHBJIT HA INS.CO. IJ8TIN AND BAMSEY8TAGK LIHB. outWra ItlSaUale^ Fare. &O Oe&ts. 8. HUTCHItfS, Proprietor. N. WHEAT, U. D., J. \i** 4 pppiaaBaai CbrMK of SL Bad mmd 'MM StreeH, •^1 Ampiim. Mlaniisti 'iiS»*vr ~M U« 9» "w »(njk Jft'i atwMiNN»...ftii..4SJi»4ai ir^-vf Jl I itite '^»ita'otar BMfovd^s MoeE vl *•••'#&< •"3? W r- fateef] «i: i'- «a •ri»?iMv«aiii 'li! :Mapr«t iMsa4 .s. u,^ji» T- gu Mnmi" fi'iiai^ijllaia Fli imnnmp1' wrrimrVTnri^fHvv'itnvnvnf 't //T «w jr.-n- "4# S* _' T'q- fn*t* glvanto paptlsattomatatiiepet ViiUiifi Anddaakrsin t£ *. 2 ...

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. — 10 September 1874

TW*V OMUff. & W-^ rom Caowce to rlckiqsvUle yir dcrsons Mltta Sunny 0*1®, TaWe Moan. SSS.HBiTto,9~,wa,,k»,Ml From Croasvttle to Wartburgh. rom Morrowvillc to Pine Knot^ From Croasvttle to Wartburgh. lfiin From Tuckatecchee to Cades Cove, From Oarboodale to Indiaa Mound^ EromDover to Indian Mound. From Hampshire to Irwins Store. 4 From Loooira vl*Oakdale to Kongs ton. From-Carey ville to Somerset in. Ken tuckcy. FromSeviervillctoEllijoy. From Kaos?UIe via Union Church to Flat Creek. Vn» flwrtwtn' via, Qlenlock and Hlwasseeta Madiaoaville. From Liwion via Dykes StoreiPattibes Gap, and Barnardsviile to Cian Cmk, From Cetiaa via Keen and Willow GroaodoMouth of Wolf. & From CoinnbU to Oampbellsville. From Parte via Mouth of Sandy to Do. w. ,v From Purdj to Hatb«|.j PromCelina to Toinfkin«ville. From Pegrams Statiott via Fremont to Ashland City.- From Johnson City to Austin 8»ringe. From-Horse Creek to Seatons Mills. From Morristown via Turleys Mills to SoMge. From Decaturville vi...

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. — 10 September 1874

lTi»raM«iMly thin aaornlng PMCABB note about to be putoUsfcad. what mL UM of ftchool Book* thro's Book and X«wa Depot THK entertainment in ternity, as a very enjoyable affair. D. B. SMITH, Rfter- A HON. H. W. Xsssns. *y» at Pro w4 MsasBn. H*«u«wo©»A Tmu will opaattoiMtott of' liurdware in iatlM Tn CbsprtyO»«nintsaion*ra ue In iwitoi attke eourt hone. Portions of their yppipliligp^iitereM to th« pub­ lic wittbiyit&kei next week. Tll Mtnti ft* tho oonatraetion of Mr. W* TasM.*. State* Qtt will make a IjiiHw tW the bete* of Ber. J. Him «l iha Bohool HMM on Saturday Mxt at 3 rthik f. A P. MOBGAH AISTDACRASS, JOMS T" -1 tr»v.u|C^r.e, ^_beea l„ D'. Cm*.* tor bw. AurtU., KwKboo'., **.«• *"d ®"nil' Wrt0" J"*™' "i!h 2o tho exception of two years spent block. JGrinnell College, and his been a .gen- MR E F. Finn, historical agent of oral favorite with all in this cemmuni Andreas Atlas of Minnesota, is in the Uy, being pleasant and honorable in Jus city looking up events. All who render "oc...

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. — 10 September 1874

ji#^ thto's ItelwUU* aillmkeh Rer.B J. will '8tafa| V. &> Mr. B. F. MOMA5 and family have re turned from a leagthly •islt»^ at the east, where they enjoyed themselves highly. Mr bought a large stock of goods for thebwSeSsolner Morgan, and they are disappearing rapidly. Bciyoar goods where you can tef them the cheapest. I sell goods* lower raise than any «*er touse can sell for.andl hM»Jwt*aaei«ed aaear lot of prists, sheetings clothing, dry goods, etc^ «^uiT5K. k— Tn* Toung People's Temperance Union, are contemplating a serins of en tertainments to be given in aid of the Free Reading Rooms. The project la certainly commendable, and should re­ ceive substantial eneanragemeat- Tbc entertainment jh I l&t Monday evening in aid Episcopal Oharcfc, is nok inf baea wall aUtsdeiasdtU was regarded by tha toa-ftrippwf fra­ ternity, as a very enjoyable afcir D. B. Surra, has shop. He be considcgralile criminal business, I it in altho^i in omo sense not very important: I an addition t...

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. — 10 September 1874

Jy* v* .&h,\.o v.i4r.,is* TtfymASSCRIPT OmClAL PlFEE OF THE CODKTY, 0«me«*l Amw At Saratoga they have two bites af a tftiieheafc, BleVttt Ihfjge glass fnutorics arc Three ex-Presidents of the United mtkoMyoo £ight hb eapaoity ol able. ttop.puI.tioa of tho 0m» 4,Keen '•but keno is my grief. "A mail floater hookod last ni^hfc" is St. Louis for tho dead body of a man being found iu the river. "And John Chaplain was lying cold and dead, writhing in his mortal agony/' says a New Jersey paper. "What arc you doing theresaid a gro (ll don't see any towel here/' said a countryman, recently, after washing his facti at one of the drinking foun­ tains. Are there any fools iu this town asked a stranger of a newsboy, recent­ ly. "I don't know," replied tho boy "•why, are you lonesome?" A lightning-rod man was struck by the elcctric the other day in Hartford, whilo affixing~a rod, aud all Hartford is happy. Who is the laziest man The furni­ ture dealer he keeps chairs and loung es about all th...

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. — 17 September 1874

THE TRANSCEIPT OmCIAlPAMBOf THI OTT. RATES OF ADVERTISING. On Kiona Colaaa, oae year OnQviim. OH BAIT On A\i4tin, Ji ina., CJ I RANDALL & FRENCH, $18.00 30.00 55.00 100.00 Cards of five line# or lew, #w dollars per '"Editorial notices intended as advertise­ ments, twelre cents per line. Marriage notlees, #ftjr cents. Speoist notices, six eeats per line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by '"*11 traacieat advertisements to be paid for ia advance. BUSINESS CARDS. P. A» J3LDKR CLERK OF THE PlSTKICl COURT, Aostla, Mowor County, Minnesota EP, VAN ALKENBU RGH, PeaUr ia farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lima, Grain, 4c., Ao. Ofloa South Side of Pnblie Square, Austin, lffan. ®12 J. VANYALKENBURGH, Produce Dealer, Austin, Minnetota. CT 1EO. W. ROBINSON. BKOISTSR OP DEEDS, Mower!Co Wan. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non r«ai4ents, Ac. itkrek M. Htb, 1871. y1 B. SLOCUM, Dealer in Orain and Lumber, at Rose Creek, Mian. Hew Lumber YCrd just opened. Lum­ ber, Lath aad Shingles, constantly...

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. — 17 September 1874

IWlBBUSiaiumWT THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CODHTT. A. A. IIARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor. —AUSTIN. MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 17, 1874. WBHS*" FOB CONGKES& FIRST DISTRICT, MARK H. DUN NELL. Platform Adopted by tht JHnt Con greuional Diet. Bejgp&iic&n Con* •ration. ittiuhed, That we refer Teeord of the Republican party, which daring the put fourteen jwm has been the record Ot the tation, preserving it intact amidst un­ precedented dangers from foes within and without, securing a peaceful settlement of dangerous entanglements with foreign pow­ ers bringing order out of confusion solv­ ing pMsrthlly the difficult questions arising out ofthe conflicting interests of different twtioftt and classes, adapting itself to the exigencies and demauds of the people as as they have arisen defending the interests of the people againat the burdensome' oppres &iou0.of moneyed monopolies, and eonetantly rodueiij taxation and tho national indebted­ ness. Second. That whi...

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. — 17 September 1874

THE T&ANSCRIPT omeuL PAua OTiom. THURSDAY MORNING, MPT. IT, 1874 LOCAL MATTERS. Hew «A«s.M Richardson & Mayhew, Austin ft Chase, C. N. Bisicker, Hart, Taylor, & Co. Miss Ida Jungen, Probate notice, Sheriff's sale, Lyle Elevator Co. H. Guoz, D. Smith, Millinery. REV. A. C- REYNOLDS will supply the pulpit in the M. £. Church next Sabbath Miss SOPKR has gone east after goods. PHILIP HUILLPS sines fir Austin Sept. 28th. 1874 CORDS of flannels at low Richardson & Mayhew's. SEVErAL prominent Attorneys abroad are here attending court. WANTED, at this office, on arrearages all the oats that our subscribers may want to bring. WOOLEN blankets cheaper than ev­ er at Richardson & Mayhew's* 24w4 THE entertainment at the Reading Rooms, last evening, was a pleasant af­ fair. BUY your nails of Austin & Chase, at 4.50 per keg. Also iron at 3.50 rates u24t2t MRS. J. F. ATHERTON, and her daugh­ ter Mary, have gone to Vermont on a visit. DRESS goods, the largest variety iu the 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. — 17 September 1874

£5* THETRAffSjCffJPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THSGODRTT. The Rokla'a Sennoa. It was autum. A faint tinge of red was just creeping over the treea on the grey rock which roae up straight and tall from amongst them were patches of crim­ son, and brown, and yellow, mixed with the deep dark green of the ivy. Not that the autum had any hand in painting these they tiad been there for a hundred years, summer and winter, all the same. I doubt if they had ever beeu young, those lichen stains—I doubt if they would ever grow old because lichens don'tgrow as you or I do. The Rock did not frown it did not hang over it only stood there as proud and stiff as if it hud never bent its back a bit, and never meant to do it either. But it managed somehow to look down at the fading leaves below, and at the river at its base rushing on, not one drop the same as yesterday, away, Rway, to the far-off sea, with a sort of sorrowful com­ passion for things so different from it* self. "What aces I have stood liere," i...

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. — 24 September 1874

4 A RATES OF ADVCRTISINQ. On jhsifi Crinu,«M7m On OoAtnt OHlitr On «%-,. Carls ef Ave Usee F* year. E4Ueri*l nolle*. blNM advertise ni(|,l«w» wiiu »«r'lhi( lhMt|i aotienb •*•*•»., Leg»l lottM it w» hm* pipmn oy Til tranefeat aivertiae^eata to be paid for Ina4vaaee, BOMIMtCAB F. A. BP, B. ELDER CLERK OVfltl ©IBTRK^SbtJRT. Awlia. Mowor Otkitf, VAN VACKSNBURGH, Pwhrit fwlwrttolif, BalVOoel Lint, Qnia.Ae^ Ae,.MIea Boitk Bid* ef Pablii SiMilt AaitiB,llki all J. VANYALKENBURGH, Produce Dealer, 4«n«iii, ... Minnesota. GEO. W. ROBINSON. REO/«TRR0F DEED0, Mower Co In WW md» W»F«I t»*» fcrnen- Aaati*, JOMu, Mn«dil4th,mi. M. B. SU9CUM, Dealer In Grain SFTI fruaber, Minn. Hew Lumber AUSTIN BON YJM?J J»ST opened. Lum­ ber, Lath aad Shingloa, A*ntaatly on haad. Try me. JQR. W. L. HOLLISTER, Comer of Main aad WlnenaJStieett, Austin* Minnesota IbCiuii JJUSS B. DAVIS, General Agent Home Life Ina. C^« for Southern Wn«N(ttt4 Northern low*. OSee.lttIfetBettkef OnrtHnss. HB RAMSEY HOUSE, JOHN K. MORRISO...

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. — 24 September 1874

MipuUled tud agreed ihit neither of ttie contracting parties tkalT otrJer of authorise anj act of reprisals-, nor de* darn nor nake against the other on complaint oi' iujiuriea or damages re­ taking therefrom, sntil the party con. eidrrinp itself agrieved thall first have prcseuted to the other a statement or representation of such injaiies of dam­ ages, verified by comDetent'proofs, and demanded ix-drota and satislaetion, and tho same shall hare been either sefu* ed or unreasonably delayed 4th. Nothing contained* in this trea­ ty stiaH, however, Ke eouMrued'to ope rate contrary to totter and existing public treaties with- othtp nations or sovereigns. The present treaty of friendship, commerce and navigation ahall be sp proved and ratified by the President of the ETnited 'States by and with the ad rice andr consent'of the Senate thereof mid by tlt» President of the Repnblie of Peru, with the approbation of the Congress thereof, aud the ratifications dtall beesclianged at Washington ...

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. — 24 September 1874

*1^ £M3t have keen eitlsee V-i|JfJ oeastwwrio op* .'i&kM mmm# «ta **(V aomeigna. fnml Inaty of fHendekii MnduvinllM driil fee izptvni aad ratified by tWPmU«it«rf tie Vnited'Stttes bfr and with the ad eioe aa* icnsit'of tbe 8enate fUriea of tW United Siateaof co and of the Repablie of Faro, eigaedaad eaaledtheeo preeeata. DOM Mm SeanQAil ooev iWie.ofl '^Fribctil oom~ jedioyetwide Areas. ,\o ifBr^feamn .wenlihlii-A.. thereof endbydielreeideatof Repablie of Pent, im the ipmbMioa of Mw Co^rm^weof, sid the ratileetiona al WniiiMtoa lira tbe or lliMO I^IlN Mitkl date ef-t&aafapiauve keveof, or eooaer JTmibie. firftk whereof we, the PleaipoOaa- AMi. kvi at therity of Lima in dapli- e»te, Englishand Spanish, this the sixth day of September, ia the year of our Lord OH thousand EIGHT notdred and seventy. [SEALI ALVIN P. HOVEY. [SEAL] JOS£ J. LOAYZA. Andwhenaathesaidtteaty haa been duly ratified on both part*, and the re­ spective ratifications were exchanged at Lima on the twenty-eigh...

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. — 24 September 1874

hettrPht •tMioaagst*. RWi sermon here ThStto^lheatfcgsto^ "superb"^-at H. ft T's. favored eswith^eellldtiisyv»»^ -jm $Kyj&X^Fdif«aQs ltUl jtelissr a lec­ ture befor^lhe Young People's Temper­ ance Vnioa at hiscliurck njfpt Sabbath evening. .* SUAWLS, Shawls, in large varieties at Richardson & Mavhew's. 24w4 AH I^ST CBIL^,(|L)^jj[ J. Rtbe, of this city, wss juried last Sabbath. Sous fine pftjerns ot tab|e cutlery at H&Ts. 25tf THE largest stock^fTrunSi and travel­ ing bags in Austin, at Knudson's, Jones' block. WE hope that citizens of the several towns adjacent to the city, $Hill come tp hear Senator Windom next 'Tuesday evening. Jewitt & Root's Diamond Heater is one of H. & T's. leading stoves. 25tf REV MB. {buaLA8, of 0$ags,Iowa, preached at the Congregational church la*t Sabbath,—morning agd evening. WANTED, at thij? office, on a^ efrages, all the oats that our subscribers may want to bring. WOOLEN blankets cheaper than ev­ er at Richardson & Msyhsw's* 24w...

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. — 24 September 1874

THURSDAY Richardson & Mayhew's. IPT Jons*' HaHvrill soanbedone Dvcjc Dgk'T ftitt to hear Philip THE OOIM^R session again. IN Rjpv. II. KKTCHAJI will prcachhis last sermon here next Sabbath. That beantiflil heating stove-rtjie nejv "superb"—atH. &T*s. 25tf IIox. ALEX. RAMSEY, P. S. SENATOR, and Judge R. F. Crowc)l, botl} of St Paul favored us with a call J. A LoyRLT Epu-, pf iibert iea, is in the Ji|y att$pj)ing court ALL Jewitt ft Root's new patterns of cooking stoves at & T's. 25tf Do you know how cheap they are sel ling ribbons at Richardson & Mayhew's? REV. A. WEAVER, of Albert Lea, will preach at the Baptist church in City next Sabbath morning. will this H. A T. have. Tucker's cash money drawers. S3tf CORM of flannel* at low prices at 24w4 REV. C. T. EMEBSQJLTsili dieliyer a lcc ture befor^the Young People's Temper­ ance Union at his church next Sabbath evening. S11AWL8, Shawls, in large varieties at Richardson & Mavfcew's. 24w4 AN infant cbil^o^ Dr. a^ Mrs, ...

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. — 24 September 1874

uywujiigy Vs&«^ mm APEB OF TBE COWTT. HO! FARMERS! DAVE YOU SEEN THE Manufactured at Austin, li4 sold thrn|kost tko 8tate? It oat of aioal vilubk devices for produeiag batter fmaa cream im tivnttd. Any ordinary quaatity of waaa oaa changed to batter Is TEN MINUTES TIME CBie«p 3)iirable Faailj operated, and kept clean without dif- liaalt Ho otbor eh these la ny raipoet EXCELSIOR 24tf C. N. BEISICKER. We Mean BUSINESS! »WE CAN SELL YOU YOUR Carpets in Brussels Three Flay, TWiiU A THE Mats, Bugs, Ot­ tomans, etc., AT Lower Prices THAN EVER BEFORE ALSO KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF DRY 600DS, MICY GOODS, SHAWLS. Flannels. Blankets. AND MOTIONS,! AND BELL AT THE VERY CALL AND SEE US. 24 RICHARDSON A MAYHEW. OF BOSTON, MASS., ARE JOBBERS OF Hats, Gaps, Furs, Buffalo Eobes, AND MANUFACTURERS OF T.ATYTtefiP MR. JNO. A. Who will bo here ia about three weeks, with samplea. _He will take orders for everything made of Far, and furnbh the very best qual itiea of goods. Priees astonishingly...

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. — 1 October 1874

4 THETRAlfSCBIPT OmCIAL PAPXB OT TH1 OTf. •Osu Xwani Coluaan, mmt On Qtiim «f Oh M«ir Qua i* AGENTS OF THE .ETNA INS. CO. Austin mat RATES OF ADVERT|§|NQ. •18.00 30.00 63.00 100.00 Cards of ye Ifnea or J«», Brc dollars pier 'ytar JCRfi Editorial notice* intended a} fdrertjse •nti, twelve' «eati per Hp*-. lterrii|i a«tl«M |ft7 IWI.^ Special notice*, fix eept* per line. Legal •otic** at the rate* preaeribed fey All traueient advertisements to he p$4 fof "ttttdvance. RIIRINEliS CARDS. F. A. ^PPER MERK OFT#£ PI9TRIC1 COURT. Afslin. Sfpjfjir County, Minnesota ft VAJF VALKENfclJRGH, Fffaier la trot Machinery, Salt, Coal, twi, Oral a, Ac., It, Oflce South Side of fofctle Square, Austin, liH*. aalS J. VANYALKENBURG II, Produce Dealer, Autiht, ... Mivnetotu. (1KO. W. ROBINSON. I BSOISTBK OF DEEDS, Mower Co Hiia. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non *ee|Meate, Ae. Awstia, Mian., March 14th, 1871. yl M. B. SLOCUM, Dealer ia Grain and Lumber, at Rose Creek, Mian. New Uab«r Yard just opened. L...

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. — 1 October 1874

Office of depository at Santa F«: For depositary, in iidditiim ff hi* p»y as receiver two rhMifsiiid doffaf*, mm clerk one thMi«aud two htfudr'en' dol lars,two watch »II«I: «T HeV*tr hundred and twvnty dollars each, ii all lour thiKiiiuiid nix hundred audi furty dot lata. Office of depository at Tucson, Ar­ izona For depository in addition to Itis pay as postuiaMer one thousand five huudred dollars. For compensation to designated de­ positaries at Buffalo, New York, Louis ille, Kentucky, a-ftd- Pittsburgh, l'enii i-ylvania-, fir xvceiv»i*g safely keeping Mid' paying out public money, at the rafoof one half of one pcf centum on the firht oue hundred thousand dollars oue-fourth of one per centum ott five sccond one hundred thotfsaftd dolfafy and one eighth of cue per centum on nil sums over two hundred thou&iud dollars any sum which may have been allowed to such depositaries for rent or any other contingent expenses in respect to the custody of suoh pub­ lic money being deducted f...

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. — 1 October 1874

I I I I 6 Hi v» L. ntmorntsonr. AT MOkKIKQ, OCT. l, 1874 ALMAtTERS. PaiLLin Stopped witb the tlAil healing atove—the new f. C. SOFIA BKOTBUI SPORTSMEN DOJI'T is opening a fina M|i|tfsilliaei| goods jfcst purchased {frtMfHtm OMrkctf. jk£i, Jewltt & Root's ne*. patterns of jwiaking. stores tt iTii Mif'. Psrksr of tW Albert: Lea iS&mdant, called atonr ofiee lately. V?« Lope to be at home ueU tiue. Do ycm know how cheap they are atl ling ribbons at Richard*) 4b Mayhew's HALL hat returned from bonftreooe, and will ranaia here anoth erjaar—aaeh to the satisfaction ol hisehnreh. T. hare Tucker's cadi money ttiwwMS. 25tf t|ll Wllifft of Graad Meadow seems te ta in a praaperous condition, build* tag* *re»ultip(yi«£ rapidly, aodbtui aces iabrisk.- Bona llae jaatterna of table cutlery at tli& Ts. 85tf 8llAWL0, Shawls, in large varieties ^ftitfcardeoo ft Mayhew's.. 24«4 UXITED States Senator Win. Win* dom was a guest of the Davidson House during bis recent \isit to this City. ^idttf...

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. — 1 October 1874

I. Hats, Caps, Furs. Buffalo Robes. AND MANUFACTURERS OF TiADTTiS* PUBS. Tti ft* represented traveling Agent, this oitj by their MR. JNO. A. BABCOCK, Who wilt be here ia about three weeks, with samples. Ho will taho crders for everything made of For, and faraiib the very boat qual­ ities of goods. Prices aatoniabingly low.— Please reserve yonr ordera for our Agent. 24m3 DART, TAYLOR A CO. A. L. 8I.S*FC*. 0. A. SLEEPS*. C. 0.SLEEPER A. L. Sleeper & Sons, Druggists Gram AND MANUFACTURERS OF SLEEPER'S LIGHTNING FLY POISON. We keep the largeat stock of groceries in town. We make a specialty of. STATIONARY A1TD NOTIONS, And aro headquarters-for Gloves & Mittens. In our Drug Department may be found ev­ erything in that line, including Paints and Oils N. B. Physicians' prescriptions earefully prepared. we aim to satisfy our customers. Gire ua a call. Brownsdale, Sept. 1,1874. v7a22tf 1874. 1874. J.TRUESDELL lias received very large additions to his stock of Boots & Shoes, And b...

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. — 8 October 1874

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