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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 8 October 1874

THE TR ANSCRIPT ,, TOM PAPER OF THE COUHTT. A. A. HARWOOD, Edltbr A Pfrs]rtctor. -Austin, mm- THURS»AY NORNING, OCT. 8, 1874. POttCONGKESS, NUT MSTB1CT, MARK H. DUNNELL. Platfora Adopted by the Jtirst Con­ gressional Dist. Republican Con •e&tion. Rttolted, That we refer with bride to the record of the Republican party, whioh daring the put fourteen years has been the record «f the aatioa, preserving it intact amidst an precedented dangers from foes within end without, securing a peaceful ettlement of dangeron* entanglenents with foreign pow­ er* bringing order oat of oonfusion solv­ ing peacefully the difficult questions arising oat of the conflicting interests of different sections and classes, adapting itself to the exigencies and demand* of the people as as they havo arisen defending the interests of the people against the burdensome oppres sions'of moneyed monopolies, and constantly reducing taxation and the national indebted- Second. That while the Republican party has affo...

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. — 8 October 1874

THE TRASSCBJPT orrteui tAmor np an. r?r, 2 LOCAL MATTERS. rnmmssBoaeiammBKBsmssssBaass I shall sell my entire Block of Diy Goods, Clothing, Hats and Dtp*, Boots and Shoes at Pule Price*. oat fee for yourself: That beamlftat heating "superb"—at ft 4k. !Pfc heaters known. Chase. H. Gum. •tore—the new 25lf Br the October apportionment of the school ftmd, Mower county, upon a ha. sis of 4.149 pnpils, is allotted thesum of $3023.66,—being $0,781* per capita. Do you know how cH«p the, «. Ml-1 ling ribbons at Richardson & MayheW's None®, ye denisens of Austin and I vicinity. Photographs in all styles, cheap, cheap, cheap. Frames down to bottom prices. Remember the place, first door south of the Davidson House. Sign of the little "yaller rag." H. ft T. have drawers. SnAWLS, Shawls in large varieties at Richardson & Maybew's. 24 w4 Jewitt ft Root's* Diamond Heater is one of H. ft T's. leading stoves. 25tf iijiwitt &Rootrs new patternsofl"1* «geotfor the American Sewing cooking st...

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. — 8 October 1874

J? OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COURT. ss|, mm* Great Jadueenfents in .V ,•?! 4 1 lb' sfiJ A NOBLE & -MlWHORTER'S f' MAIN STREET, AUSTIN", MINN: ..•*••:• The subscribers make a SPEC IALTY --r of FAMILY GROCERIES. They EXCHANGE for everything which the FARMER has to sell. A fall line of Green and Dried Fruits, FLOUR Ac ALWAYS ON HAND 1 .. Goods delivered in all parts of the city FREE OF CHARGE. NOBLE McWHORTER. 1874. 1874. J.TRUESDELL Has received very large additions to his stock of Boots Shoes, And his assortment of goods for the Spring and Summer trade is larger and more com­ plete than ever before offered in Austin, in­ cluding all the latest and most dosirable styles for Ladies', Gents' & Chil drens' Wear. No effort will be made to astonish the people with apparently low prices for worth­ less auction goods, but spec­ ial pains have been takes in re­ gard to the Wearing Quality, and sales will always be made at the Lowest Prices! At which a GOOD article can be sold. A FULL STOC...

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. — 15 October 1874

Onm On Ha I a- •nti, twelve Mali MttrU|i Special Legal law. All trancieat ia t4ra ^*«{»l galloway AUSTIN MINN.V Oroceries & Alio—Agent for tho St. Joo Plow, *red at Miahawaka, lad. Paaranao AUSTIN -i*» Math Am.tia, laa., March Utk£l87U fcn* *W b««iM fbr *J» OlA^'' Austin. MoMrlflsaurtftaiRftaMOta DmI« ia PamMmMbuTiSalt, Coal, Lim*, Grain, Ac., At. WN 8ti Pablie Squn, MT« Bid* B. SLOCUM, "iL Dnkr la Oraia and Lumber, at RANCrack, lliaa. New TttaWr Yard just opened. Lam tly. oa- band. 30 her. Lath aadShinglea, eoa^tlj^ Try at. KXTER HOTKL. of IS (r»wffl§i MM. WiU MMliM UliHrpiy USM form' niMintl| -.^ar «r-^t 'uS^, 5 Qoad aMomodatloaa for Maa attd Beait. TERMS REASdNABLB T7B1» .,. ,-¥. D. ,0* PAqE* B*e,v •*. frM O BIN SON HOUSE,' BR0W58DALE, MINN. Opaiita tho ataaga'tia^^la ^r^t t7b23 JOHN ROBINSON, Prop'r. W. L.HOLLISTER, DR Coraar of Mala aad Wlnana'StrMti, Austin* ...... Minnesota. No Cian. 7ji j^USS B. DAVIS, ea Qiniral Agent Homa Lif«rris'iCo, far Saathara Miaaaaotaaad Norther...

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. — 15 October 1874

r- ,*k srr^rwr^m /*. ,'^2V JTW ,!-v£ athtraunnltre l^e^s awl fogr rizmb, and other inei^ata) OMnmry expenses, three hundred WftK eigftty thousand dollars. Por expenses of visiting: spd. in* speetiag lighta and other aidsto-navi­ gation, two thousand dollsrs: For seamen wsgse,. rations', rtbslrr, salaries, sappfiea, sn* laeidentalex* femes of twenty-two light-ships and erven relief light-veesels, tiro hnndrjtf and seventeen thousand ssveu Hun tired and thirtj«two dollars and- fifty eents. tor repairs and inoidental ejqpenses in npetring, refitting and. ibpvovinr %eigm! and buildings- oon«fete$ therewith, fifty thousand jfolltn. For expenses of raising, cleaning, (Minting, repairing, renewing, aud sup­ plying losses of buoys, spindles, and iy-beacons, aid for ehains/slnksrs, and similar ne pessaries, three hundred, thousand dollars. ••. LIGIIT-HOU8E3, F0G-8IGNALS, AND BEACONS. For buildings- H»ht-houss and fog signal at Avery's Rock, Machiu Bay, Maine, (orvicitiisy,) fifteen thousand ...

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. — 15 October 1874

1MU1 Tn largeet JJ IJJl 0CT/1* nW4 *#. \b. A* iaffcat child ofMr. Mrs. Clink,^tftttacttf,waa twirled hat Tuea. OSf. atock of ,} '. Mock. -X'J II. J. CrDZxreervee up Fresh Oyatera, dally, inevery£ deakaWe *tylelWat the Oiatt^B^VV': i'Tvl~y: CHAMDLBB Bno't, are building a brick block on. Mill afreet, to be 22x80 feet, two ^toriea high. That look* lilKjb. buei-. neee, boya. B. B.WhKKi**,waa a delega^from the Congregational church 6f this city to the council of churchea, in aeasion last week at W inona. JciT received a 'new line of hate ud eap», tor fall arid winter wear, sold 25 per cent cheaper than last year at Jonea' block. 29 How. H. M. DCNNRLL, will apeak at Lanaing on Saturday the 24th iust. at 2 o'clock P. 51., and at Brownsdale at'7 in the Irening: A New stock of the best boots and shoes just received, and sold cheap at K. KnOdaon'a. Jow WALSH, who was so severely in­ jured by the fall of his Ice house, a week ago, we are happy to state, is able to be out again and attending to...

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. — 15 October 1874

wm 1J ,a 1 THE tbamobm rj.t*?s ••1 fifrJJ" jin'i hi riri' "*:i ::::'K' #??!».» »dr rw* fHB' Publishers Wil'i it'if J« U1/I ri iz 1# !-.f 9l« -*v To Evcr^ ^nl^criber, whether Slrt^le1* Or ia iM^b, Mrho^at* in Advance II remits direct to thit office, JOO tJOPY OF* J&. V. •?'.! THBKS80CI Th* Handsome** Chromo ever offered by a publisher to hit patron*. feneonraged by the aneeeaa that has attend­ ed a^r premium feature the last two yeari, we have endeavored to aeoure to onr anbiori* Lers for 1876 the best Chromo that art eould produce. We feel that in this wo have sue eeeded, and oan safely challenge the publiah •ra of Europe or America to equal the beauty of t^iem as premiums Many of our amateur ar tiata, to whom they hare een submitted, pronounce them equal to tho beat oil painting "THE RESCUE" Whleh ia given to our adraneo paying aub aeribera, ia a copy of an original oil painting, and eannot be proenred in any other manner than by aubaeribing to the magaiine, as it is the proper...

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. — 22 October 1874

v- RATES OF»pyEjRTISINO 0*« Eraara Column, on* year* $18.00 ONS QUAHTB* 30.OO 0»i BlUK Q«fS-Vt« .'n 45.00 o« )J\ w# Cards of flv* UBN or less, #v« dollars per mt.-. \.?w Editorial notlecs intend adrertifo ments, twelve cant* per line. Marriage notices, fifty eents. .. Special notice, eents Por E AUSTIN ,ine- '*AI1 transient advertisements to be paid for in advance. BUMHEHS P, VAN VALKENBp RGH, Dealer in Farm Miehinery, Salt, Coal, Limi) Grain, Ac., Ac. Office Pablie Square, Austin, tan. Avtiin, Good accomodations for Man and Beast. TERMS REASONABVE v7m2& D. O. PAGE, Pro. OBINSON HOUSE, BROWNSDALE, MINN. Opositc the Grange Hall, on Main Street. r7n2S JOHN ROBINSON, Prop'r. J^R. W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Main and Wlnena'Streets, Austin* Minnesota. No CARDS. 7yl USS B. DAVIS, General Agent Home Life Ins. Co, for Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa. 1st Door South of Court Hons?. HE RAMSEY HOUSE, JOHN IS. MORRISON, PROMUETO* RAMSEY, MINN., At tho junction of the Milwaukee A St. Pa...

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. — 22 October 1874

"U •f *V=^ y.-j-'H ^As*-* floe, Memphis, Tennessee': For work on building, fifty thousand dollars. Customhouse at New Ortoana, Louis *r1a»»: For completion of buik\ing, one hundred and ninety-one thousand dollars for payment for adjusted accounts for granite work, forty-three thousand tliree hundred and twenty-seven dojlars and eighty-five cents. Tost office and court house at New York, New York: Pot completing build­ ing, 'seven hundred and ninety-four thou­ sand two hundred and- seven dollars and eighty-two jpcuta for paving, grading, fencing, and sewerage, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars for heating", and ventilation, hoisting apparatus ana ma­ chinery, two hundred thousand dollars for furniture, including fittinge, fixtures, counters, and carpets, two hundred thou­ sand dollars making in all, the sum* of one million three hundred and forty four thousand two hundred and seven dollars and eighty-two cents: Provided, That al­ terations in the interior of the building shall b...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 22 October 1874

?£j52^V£:4F, •\*v feSrf- 4 OTTIKAL PAPXB OT tHa OllT. IBOBSDAX MOEHWa.OCT. St, 1874 LOCAL MATTEflS. TliKms will be preaching, at the Bap­ tist church, morning and evening, until Anther ootic*. TBB largest THE JUST M. J. slock of trunks and travel* ine bags in Anstin, at Knudson's, Jones' block. CUDDY 88 Baptist society, will give an en­ tertainment in Jones' hall, just as soon as it can be obtained for public use. Further notice will be given from time to time. HttoRY JACOBS, has his new •toi'e on Mill stree readj for oeeupaney, an I will, get east next week after a stock of clothing and gents furnishing gooda. received anew line of hats and caps, tor fall and winter wear, sold 25 per cent chcaper than last year at Jones' block. 22 BUNNELL speaks at Lansing next Saturday at 2 o'clock and at Browns dale in the evening. Don't fail to hear him. WOOLSK and flannels, manufactured at Baraboo, Wis., the best in the country, a farge'atock constantly oh hand at K. Knudson's. 22 serves oyster...

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. — 22 October 1874

I t- 3?Zr THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CQDHTT. A JfeW Chromo FOR 1875. THE PUBLISHERS OF Godey's Lady's Book OFFER TO AND WILL GIVE To Every Subscriber, -whether Single or in a Club, who pays in Advance for 1875, and remits direct to this office, A COPY OF "THE RESCUE Eneouraged by the success that has attend­ ed eur premium feature the last two years, we havo endeavored to secure to our snbscrU t.ers for 1875 the best Chromo that art could produoe. We feel that in this we have suc­ ceeded, and can safely challenge the publish­ ers of Europe or A merlon to equal the beauty of them as premiums Many of our amateur ar tists, to whom they have ecn submitted, pronounce them equal to the best oil painting "THE RESCUE" Which is given to our advance paying sub­ scribers, is a copy of an original oil painting, and cannot be procured in any other manner than by subscribing to the raagaxine, as it is the property of the proprietor of the Lady's Book. ToThe Getters-Hp of (Ms. We have ma...

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. — 29 October 1874

1 iw- op jT*, ERTISINC oae jw Sl&QiUi o^Hiur 0»» EXTER HOTEL. DM 30.00 tt.00 190.M im •SS5^EpSS*^**™ 7Bdit«riftI aetleea iatended as advertise- tPMMwi(i«MWN*ti per Mas, Ltgal aetleee at the rates prtwtW by traaeieat a^vertUeneata!• .he paU for lea^veaea,'V" •DSIHH I'ABDI. •T?i A. ELDER CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COU RT. AusUa, Mower Cm^, Mlaaoeota RP, YAH VALK1NBURGH, Peeler ia fan Maehtaery, Salt, Ceal, Lima, SNH, AE., /fte." (Mm South 814a af PablieSo*r%, Auatia, MHu. jg J. VANVALKKNBUROH, ^iduce Dealer, Austin, Minnesota, /\®0. W. ROBINSON. \T REGISTBR or DEEDS, MewerCo Miaa. Will axamiaa tlUoa.payUxa# »iiHil^M '•.%•{•-t-yi Goad aeeenedetiene far Maa aad Beaat. TERMS REASONAB^ E *7aaSfc D. 0. PAG®, Pra. JJOBINSON BOUSE, BROWNSDALB, MISN. Opoaite tba Greage Sail, oaMaia Straat. vTnlS JOHN ROBINSON, Prap'r. J^R. W. L. HOLLISTKR, Corner of Mala aad Wiaeaa^Btraeta, Austin* Minnesota. No Ciua. USS B. DAVIS, HE RAMSEY HOUSE, P•araaaa hilip C/ ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Auatia, Minn. Offca ia Ban...

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. — 29 October 1874

'mk Y$.,'. \A- Vhn£r 'iff, Tim i'-A 1 for Associate Justice— J»Myi^aw^-«r- «ML PAFER' OHl! worn. A. A. 1IARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor ~,-Ausm mm- THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 22, 1874 State Ticket. •WOT Chief Jestioe— 8 J. R. MCMILLAN. F. R. OORNLSTRU For Csagresr, ftr«(, BlstfMt-* M. H. DUNN ELL. County Ticket. for Representatives— ,C. F. GREENING, 0( Graad Nndow, JOHN S. IROENS, Of Adama. For Sheriff— O HALL. For Auditor— P. 4*. McINTYRE. For Remittor of Deeds— Wn. M. UOWE, For County Attorney- ., LAFAYETTE FRENCH. "For Jadgo of -Probate— SAMUEL HARTER. For Oonmiaaioncn— .. A. J. FRENCH, Ifittriet No. 4. Wm RICHARDS, District No. 5. For County Surveyor— G. II. ALLEN. For Coroner— C. j5. THRALL. Platform Adopted by the Jfc'irst Con gressional Dist. Republican Con­ vention. J!ts»lvtdf-That we refer with pride to the record of the Repub'ican party, which during the paat fourteen years has been the record of the nation, preserving it intaet amidst un­ precedented danger* front foes withi...

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. — 29 October 1874

-jariss AS 'r v' 0$ -fx r??t! fix???* ^Sg,| *. hr iCTgife iiimm Jasttse— P. otm5fr& PorCsafretfr, £lret$WtfWt-"i Mi H. DUNNKLli. "-1 ?l *x -.r*-v sn Couaty Ticket., I ^ar ItpmutitlvM— ,s* TUnd. That under the Constitution of the United States, Congress' has porer to regu­ late comaerco sinong the States, whether ear vied by railroads or otherwise, au-i in the «xercisc of that power may and fhouUi legis­ late so as to prohibit, under suitable penalties, extortion, 'unjust discrimination and other «])|HMsiT« scti so the part of either persons or corporations «n^«g««l in such commerce. F«*riii That ittoraased and cheaper modes of removing tbe products of the West-to the •eaboard markets, hure within tLe pul year, justly received the serious attention of Con­ gress, and should' bo denned living issues in the approaching congressional election. Fijtk. Th the action of Congress, at its last session, in the adoption of measures for the early and permanent improvement of the Mis»isiiinp...

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. — 29 October 1874

ft s% ci& Y':d\ f'S- & HHg MR. WALI/ACE JCST REMCMBCR DR. C. J.J. Ckao. F. J~ 1 TY. f*.a THURBDA OCT, 22, .'1874- LOCA).I^ATTERS. Tra largaataiockof trunks ahd trayplr lag bap to Auatip, at Knudson'«,.-Jones' 83 JL Ksw stock of tli* •boes jtast K. KdvdibB' r* bast boota and •old ehaap ait to Wc are paiaaif "fco learn that Major ^VanValkanlfrrglhof thia«i*y, it ae iriousljf ill of braiir, fiver. will open a Barber Shop in the Fleck house, at once, where he will be pleased to meet .cus­ tomers. received hew line of' fiats' and caps, tor fall and winter wear,, sold 85 per cent elieapet-than )ast year at Jones' block. ... *. .. 22 WOOLKIT anil flannels* manufactured at Baraboo, Wis., the best In the country, a large stoclt eodBtantlj on baud at K. KnUdsoo's. 22 I shall sail say entire Stock of Drj Goods, Clothing, J^ati aocL Capa, Boots t*nd Shoes at I^anie trices^ Jtist see for yourself. H. J. S. IROBXS. Oxnxt. Esq will 'speak on political subjects, at Adams station, on Saturda...

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. — 29 October 1874

£Sfek-Al £Fvz! Cr^lifS %v 5^- W .rffetN OFFICIAL PAPER OF fHE COOHITf 4 1 -**.** A/'^Neir Chromo V-1, FOR 1875. THE PUBLISHERS OF 'a OFFER TO AND WILL GIVE To livery Subscriber, whether Single or iu a Club, who pays in Advaucc for 1875, ami remits direct to this offico, A COPY OF II IDE RESCUE Encouraged by the imcmi that lias itttml- edeur premium feature the last two year*, we hare endeavored to seen re to oar enhiari* ktn for 1975 the host Cbronta flmt art could produce. We feel that iu this wo have suc­ ceeded, and can tafolv olt&llengo the publish­ er* of Europe or America to equal the beauty them as premium* Many of our amateur nrliiti, to whom they have een submitted, pronounce thoia equal to the beat oil painting "THE RESCUE Three Ply, INtiBANE, HEMP Floor Oil Cloths, etc. At prioes that cannot be beaten. Alse Mats, Rugs, Ot­ tomans, etc., AT Lower Prices THAN EVER BEFORE Richardson & Mayhew ALSO KEEP TnE MOST COMPLETE 8TOCK OF DRY GOODS, FAEY GOODS, SHAWLS. Fannels,...

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. — 5 November 1874

THE TRANSGBIPT inmpig- RATES OF§fc^iRTISING. UAU •ear :&z Oaa Bio"S|iiJoUj®Btoj ORB Qrxa*** V\S 0B UAI.»~ Oil WMi EXTER HOT:- L. $18.00 "30.00 .5.00 100.00 r«hH 6f B*e liMB-orlefs, fiva dollars per year. Editorial notfij® intended jgs advertu*.. moots, wrir jeWPwlIao. Marriage Speeial uotfccs, sis cents par line. J Legal notices at the rates proscribed by tranoient advertisements to bo paid for ia adraace.' BUSINESS CARDS. F. A. KTJDEU CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota BGrain, P, VAN VALKENBTIRGH, I. ealcr ia Farm-Machinery, Salt, Coal Lime, Ac., 1c. Office South Side of Public Square. AusHn.Mi^o. ml2 J. VANVAiJCKNBUItGlI, I^roducQ realei% Au»tv\ jyj B. SLOCUM, Minnesota S^i KG. W ltOlUNSDS I BEGISTK' OP DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine ilflesrpay ta*«? ,or Austin, Minn., Mareb 14tli, 1871. flood accomodations for Man and ast. 1 S REASON A E v7m2S O. PAGE, Pro. JJOBINSON HOUSE, BROWKSDALE. MINN. Oposite the Grange Hall, on Main Street. YIB23 JOHN R0B...

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. — 5 November 1874

HP THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CODHTY. A. A. IIARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor -AUSTIN. MINN- THURSDAY MOKNINO, NOV. 6, 1»M About Face. Last fall this county elected the Mol li­ nen tickct by and average majority of 800 votes* We have in previous numbers of the TRAKBCRIPT shown why. To us, —although the provocation seemed great,—it was not sufficient to justify the terrible retribution which followed the attempt of a half dozen, to decide who should, and who should not be candi­ dates for office but whether deserved or not, the reverse camc upon us, and the lesson which it inculcated has proved ex­ ceedingly valuable. Everybody knew that the spasm which seized the party lastyear, was a mere incident in its life, a temporary digression from its natural course, occasioned by an impudent at­ tempt at individual control against which it rebelled, as naturally as a delicate stomach retches at the exhibition of pois­ on, and that with the cause of defection removed, it would retu...

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. — 5 November 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT omciALPAPssor THBCITT I BDrtBAT MORNIKO, HOT. 5, 174 LOCAL MATTERS. TIB Urg—flock of trunks and travel Img bags ia Anatla, at Knudson't, Jones' kiock. 88 A NSW stock ofths best boots and ahoes jostrtciiTid, and sold ebeap^at K. Knvdson's. 29 B. B. MASON, Esq., of Beaver Dam, Wis., is in the city, looking altei his business interests. THK Bohemian Band, of Austin, goes to Grand Meadow, to play for a ball, on Friday evening, Kov, 13th. RKV. E. THOMPSON, Presbyterian Min­ ister of Le Roy, exchanges pulpits with Rev. L. Hall, next Sabbath, morning and evening. MR. -WALLACK will- open a Barber 8hop in the Fleck: house, at once, where ha will be pleasod to meet cus­ tomer*. JUST received a new line of hats and •«ps, tor fall and winter wear, sold 25 per cent eheaper than last year at Jones' block. 32 G.F. RADMACBKR, is opening at his old stand on Mill street, a new stock of est talent in the United States. groceries, crockery, and fruit, a call. WOOLKX and flannels, manufac...

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. — 5 November 1874

OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUKTT. A New THE PUBLISHERS OF Godey's Lady's Book OFFER TO AND WILL GIVE To Every The Uandtnmest Chromo ever offered by a publisher to hi* patrons. Encouraged by the sneccss that has attend­ ed eur premium feature the last two years, we have endeavored to secure to oar snbsori* l.ers for 1875 the best Chrotno that art could produce. We feel that in this we have sue eeedt-d, nod can safely ehkll.nge the publish­ ers of Europo or America to equal the beauty of them as premium* Many of our aimiteur artists, to whom they have een submitted, pronounce tl.ein equal to the best oil painting "THE RESCUE" Which is given to oar advanoa paying sub­ scribers, is a copy of an original oil painting, and eannot be prooared in any other manner thnn by subscribing to the magazine, as it is the property of the proprietor of the Lady's Book. To Tie Getlers-iip of finis. We have made arrangements to ?end as ex­ tra prniniuins the following beautiful Chro nms, according to tht nu...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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