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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 12 November 1874

--mm /yj|_ fe «A OlIS Kt««TB Oil QdAm -I Editorial aotlees •teats twelve cents per S9Ra£3J&£ Jg9y^ht0M-iSi% All advertisements iaadvaa*.* •. AUSTIN •??'.'• OF ADVERTISING. $18.00 a, •••year 0»a HACT^ Own 30.00 65.00 100.00 lets, fir* dollaF* pw advertise- xs.**~o ine. paid for BUSINESS (MKIM. F. A: ET:1P# CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT. Aaatia. Mo war County. Minnesota L-J» dealer ia Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, Grain, At., it. OAee South Side of P»Mit Square, Aaatia, MWa, all B* ALRiiN «U RG H, ~t-J JVI Produce Healef, Aux. in, LFIAL^^VriH 8LOCUM, J^R W. L. HOLLISTKR, Afinnexota. ItOBfUSO^' UT^IJWfsf»H Or'BOTDff, Mower Oo «taaliaia titlea, pay take# for Aaatt% BOB- Miaan Manh 14th, 1S71. yl resnma Qrati knd LamWr,'at"(to«e Creeh, Miaa. hew Lumber Yard juat opened. Lum ber, Lath aad Shiagles, eoaataatly on hand. Try mo. SO W'* X" MoTldli. Good aeeemodatioaa for Maa aad Bnaat. TERMS REASONAB E *7ml|4 D. 0. PAOB, Pro. ROBINSON HOUSE, BR0WN8DALB, MINN. Opeaite the Oraafe Hall, oa...

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. — 12 November 1874

?f a 1' I -$• RAT5 0«| IwtTI Oil Qb«h OwIAM *8 *~*n UiUrltl KtiMi •rati,' Ivdn cents per I All la *^***4$/*^ **«&** *ldi BVfflNEIIM CAKUN. iuEWH CLERK or THE DISTRICT j"W ROBINSON* I)R •etstvx 'dr*imi^~ Wower Oo» 1H Mftaket fbreos wil et"J*£: it.v iiMh» Mlaa^Jlteah 14th ltTi. g)tni »j' PHILIPLAWRKNOK o4«e4rnlbffi)fle A #. Mipai..^ Aaa&^!!T T«J*- SHEAT. 1. D.t |l«*.« Jmt. Comer sylt« m&mrnrnmmm, OF ADyERTISlNQ. 'S-AltiU $18.00 %mmr ™ao.w M.#0 1M.00 in fia«no 3S!R«g%&!r in*. Jifruihitf&Mi** "j»rri *i"ai COURT. Austia. Mower Couaty. Miaaesota la hra Mitliiiirj, Salt, CmI, Lisse, Grata, *«., Olice South Sid* of P»WU Iqun, Austin, MHo. al! \U»VAMH5KMR«Sv,n j2 «i uce Dealer, Mfi*ne*ota. ll l.-SIdXNJM, •"*'..** *31 .? *. tt iibrtli Creel, Mlaa. New Imktr Yard just opened. Lam her. Lath aad Shlaglea, eoastantly oa hand. Try a«. S# itfTITl y""i '-'ir —FT TT^| QH4 aeeeaiodatloaa for Maa aad BnaaL TERMS REASON A E 4^U Wf' -qi•mess it* i-i V- S I .X HOUSE, ^S a--S.- •r. ••. ...

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. — 12 November 1874

I •I i. -Awaat.mm^ T10RSDAY MOftWIira, MOT. TtMlfhli l*r«rlanalM If ah* rarv»i«t«*s. W« IN niii«4«d bjr th* afcaaging kmou that it it p^aseiauut 4ail» vooMliuu mud offer ihiub to A I* auybtjr Qua tor ilw uurvin iud itmu* 4«inm ui the year wbicli drawing to a hum. Ike bluMUDga of fr«« (tuHrimnt eoa liiw lo to tuiwlh»lj t«» aa 'ihf Unit haa been Irs* truui peatiieiie*. inter. B»l eiUei Mr tbsiulaiued, and pcaco witii etber pewere htui prevailed. btlia^ thai Mated period* we mm trvBt our etcuatouii-d pwiouita, aud traiu tbe turuiuii of uur d-iljr liven, aud Datte iu lb»ukluiu«*i tot the Oi the |»at mid tor the i-ultivatiun ul kiadtj teenage luw^rda eaeu other. ow, thereiore, recognising these soaaideratuiaa, i, U. 8. im, Is rant fteeidcut ol tbe (juiiva OtaUM, do rvcovmiond to alt cmgetis to utvuibltt in their re»|e( ti%« piacaa of worohip i'littradaj, the 2SltH tfajf of Mureuilwr next. aud exprea* their ttuaka tor tbe uutjj aud lav«n of A limping God. aud, U\ut£ aside all potmuai oont...

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. — 12 November 1874

ytiiiM A. A. HARWOOD, editor A Pro|Hrltbr —AUSTIN, MINN.— VIGRSDAY MOENIKO, MOV. it-MMf TlMBkl|i«ii Prerlansliei by tfe« Prvkldeat. We are reminded by the changing seasons that it is tiuie to piuse in out dallt vocatious aud uffur thou It* to Al* atighijr Gvd lor the tuurcies aud abuu dttiic* ui the year which is drawing to a tiuM*. The blessings of free government con­ tinue io be Vuuebwkled t«» us 1 lie lawl has been tree iroui {wtiicoiv. Inter* Bat ei'Uei ia utaiutaiuad, and peace ffitli etber p«**«re ha* prevailed. 1* ti'im^ that at stated period* we MINI trod* our accustomed putouits, aud trsiu tile turmoil uf uur d«itj liven, aud nana thaukluiiic** fur the bleeAiiips the p:»t and lor tlic cultivation u! kiad i««iiii) a n«w.trda eacu other. uw, ther«ior«, recognising these •onaideratuina, 1, U. 8.Grant ^ieaidi-ut ot the (juiti'a States, do n-co'iiiuend to all cmseiis to assemble iu their respea ite place* of worship i'liur»d*j, the 2!Kn U«jr uf November uext. aud vxpr*** their ...

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. — 12 November 1874

K.. WTEBS. T*|«arfiA stock of tninks and travel a A & a W N*.W-A .IACB «:f. RiBMACin, old sfahd'oa Mill- THE whole presence of Mrs. Young in­ dicates refinement, sensitiveness, and fineness of organization. MaiyClemmer. Aaes, inN. Y. Tirnltcture of Qcneral Kellogg, is highly applauded everywhere, and should draw a full house. The people ot this •icinity,—remembering the General's ex afilUent-Futtilh of July oration, will be glad of an opportunity to hear him again. Mrs. Anna Eliza Young, a slender, graceful woman, with a sensitive face, and shy blue eyes, doing more to rid the country of polygamy, than states men havi ever been able to do. Her whole pfwer!ie«lti her intense womanliness.— B«stan Post. WE have'known Mrs. Young from the sevc red her polygamous rcla in com mssidiog ber as.a pure and true woman & C. Stratton, pastor M. £. church Salt Lake City, and Presiding Elder Pierce.' time she tfrtrtsT *We have no hesitency Mrt. Young is a true woman intellectu­ al aad rella...

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. — 12 November 1874

A New' Chjomo TBfe*'PUBLISHERS OF Gotfey'4 Ljady's OFFER TO AND WILL GIVE To Every Subscriber, whether Single or ia a Club.vhopnyain Advance for 1875, and remits direct to this, offlc*, •-. A COPY OF "THB RESCUE ft fAi HanU*me*t Chrento ever offered by 'a publhher to hie patront. Inoeuraged by the success that haa attend­ ed e«r prem»uo|,feature tht Uijl two years, we haveendeavored to aecure tq oar anbscri* bora for 1875theb«eat Chromoihat art, could produee. We feel that in this we hare sue eeeded, and oan safely ohallenge the publiah •ra af Europe or America to equal the beauty them aa premiuma Many of our amateur ar tiata, to whom they have een submitted, roaoaaoo them equal to the best oil painting "THE RESCUE" Whieh is givoa ta oar advance paying sub seribers, is a copy of an original oil painting, and eaanot be procured in any other manner than by subscribing to the magatine, as it is the property of the proprietor of tke Lady's Book. To The 6etters-ap of flats. Wo have made ...

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. — 19 November 1874

i! 1 'i-X 13','V-A*-* RATES OFAQVERTISINCL O^fH.iSk., OllQfiWtt 9i|Mllil 0»n 100.00 *.5 "•£$?• MMnflat aetieee 4t«W as •nU, IftW* All inatlwt advertiaemeata to 1M paii fbr P*f .MW* Q'KA 0* /MTV) w*mi*ma^GAMP- L,% if «.-w ij-—• EP,MIW a ittiita, Minnesota. uxsSQN. :'T **GI&ifc loir Mower'Co Minn. Willuuijiii title*, pay tun for DOB*. resident*, Ae. ft* A—fln, ill i—) rahiMfc,4 tl. jl B. SI.OCUM, Dnln ia Grain and Lumber, at Ion Greek, Mian.. Sew Lumber Yard juat opened. Lam bor, Lath aai Skiaclai, eonatantly on band. Try mo. 30 EXTER HOTEL. flood aeeemodationa for Maa and Beaat. TERMS REASONABLE D. 0. PAGE, Pro. J^OBINSON HOUSE, BROWX8DALE, MINN. Opoaite the Grange Hall, oa Main Street. vta2S J01IK R0BIN80V, Prop'r. J^R. W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Main and Winona'Streeta, Austin* Minnesota. No CABDS. 7yl USS B. DAVIS, General Agent Home Life Ins. Co, for leathern Minneaota and Northern Iowa. 01a«i 1st Boor Beath of Court Houa. HS RAMSEY HOUSE, JOHN V. MORRISON, PnopniBToR RAMSEY,...

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. — 19 November 1874

I •. RATES OF ADVERTISING. OM torn J. /. J. $18.00 30.00 65.00 100.00 COIMB, (M« |MR Om Qvimi Ou Haur O 1 4 Uf1 »r '••v'.I* dol'*rt P*r Editorial actio** jnttn4«d as adwtiw •«nti, tw«lr« MBII per line. Varr!«|iii«tiMiiilftrc»nti. 9pe«i0 antlMft »fx ee«tfcji«r. line. Le*»P1ialj#r-'*ts the~r*U« prescribed by law. All traneieat advartiacmeatc to b« paid for ia advaaa*. CARDS. P. A. ELDER CLERK OF TUB DISTRICT COURT. Anttia, Mower County, Minnesota EP, VAN VALKENBDRGH, Daalcr ia Farm Maehinary, Salt, Coal, Liaa, Grain, Ac., ke. Office South Side of PiU^Bqun. iaitin. Uhn, mI2 TU" VL*» ALKENBUHGII, Produce Dealer, Xusri'n, EO. W.ROfclNSQN. VT Minnesota. REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Hina. Will examine titles, pay taxei for noa* reiideata, Ac. Aaatia, MiM.,Mar«k 14tfc,4471. yl B. SLOCUM, Dealer in Grain and Lumber, at Rose Creek, Minn. New Lumber Yard just opened. Lum ber, Latb and Shingles, constantly on hand. Try me. 30 J^EXTER HOTEL. Good accomodations for Man and Beast. TERMS REASONABLE ...

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. — 19 November 1874

pips IPIP *vl 1 eusai ivi ~*«.yf4*'«-'^A-1 -V S THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COOKY. WHarnmsfKamasBgimKsmsBBBBam^ HAB^OOtii Editor 4k Proprietor -AUSTIN. MINN- TVVBSDAY KfOKlflNd, VOVV lO, 1«T4 tlte Potency of Joium«lian). f- Universal influences shape thcr charac­ ter of men newspapers are an educa ttonal agency commensurate viti) tlie area ©f civilization therefore the public press is a power to whose dictation the masses of men conform their lives. Illustrations of this truth abound in-the recent history of our country. Newspaper attacks upon the institution of slavery, killed it. Hor­ ace Greeley died from the effect of wounds which the newspaper artillery inflicted upon him—being first seriously injured by the recoil of his own batteir. The "salary bill" was repealed at the behest of newspapers, and even Ben Butler has been compelled to recognize their power, withdrawing from.the contest with as many newspaper shots in his epidermis as there are quills ia the hide of a h...

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. — 19 November 1874

tlaf. -m-. 1:1 W. H. U*eiyiH Don fail to beaf Bayard Taylor. iPn WIT*AM,—aot A Www stock- of tha bsst boots and abbas a st racoived, and sold cheap at t. Kaadaou's. 29 Tea N«w York Tribune speaks in tba highest terms of Bayard Taylor's •laetarc. WOOD, WOOD, DRY WOOD, for sale by Geo. W. Robinson. Enquire at the oSca of Register of Deeds. tf. P. O. PBKXCB,is utilizing the elements. He has baraesssd the winds to his pump and aow the water comes to the surface without coaxing. I, CiiiDtia will soon have his new store on Mill street, ready for occupancy It is 93 by 80 feet and two stories above one of the bsst cellars in the city. Tsa Y*ung Peoples* Temperance Tin ton will meet in ths Universalis! Church aext Sunday evening, at which time Rev. 0. Wakefield will deliver an address. MR. WALLACI JUT k, TIES CITY. UHIRIDAY MO»JI5Q,NOVCI», ISH LOCAL MATTERS. Ae boya are ska- *v 99- fe6tta**4}*in1ng tWir mill .a large store" %C t$*-' Hon CharKittlcsonof AlbertLeawas la the City yeaterday. *.'...

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. — 19 November 1874

I) mm OFFICIAL PAPEB OF TIE CODHTT. The Way the World is Moved. Soine ojd seir-conccitcd heathen wh-» died befuro the newspapers wero so common as they arc to-day, got lever on the brain, and in the courso of his rcuisnks to Congress, to show -why he thotlltf have an ox tension on hi* patent ufer a new and important uwchiiio rais­ ing heavy bodies," etc., etc., he remark­ ed that with his lover, and a fulevurn to rest it on, he could hoist the world higher than Gildroy's kite,—or words to that effect. Now he no doubt thought he was saying 8ouietliiu} smart when lu» got that off but' what is all this tontparcd to what" a'newspaper can do, now-a-days With the lever of scandal, and even wkhoiit.thc fulcrum of truth, they can jtet such a purchase on tlie world ifeit they can not only more it, hat t'ioy. can turn it np.«ide down, and inside out. and keep it in motion for a tremendous long time. Jlen who travel barefooted around a newly carpeted bed-room, often find them­ selves on the wr...

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. — 26 November 1874

ft if TH»f*AN8G»EPT OFADVE AH tHUrtHUHfrmiwMf ta advaaoe.' 4 •*'/. -v v- ju..i ..- Lime, Graia, Ae., te, "Pablie Square.' Austin, Mima. B. ••4 AS1.HTS OF TBI $18.M S0.«9 S6.M 1M.M mm P»rlyf Ivi tyaea er bit. irj dellfra p«r aiiU, waive eeata Hr ,U** MtrHift gfttiM, iftyawti. I^5St.SJKSS?a? Ml AUSTIN I. b, /J •USimtfcSCAKDS. F.^v OLBEKOtTHS DISTRICTCOURT* Auitai M«w« Cmt}, Minnesota m._ J. VANYALKENBURGH, Austin, Produo« Dealer, Minnesota. (7«nMtl»ov "1 EO. W. ROBINSON. Miaa. Will ii 4 *1 M. B. SLOCUM, Dealer ia Orala aad LiaWr, at Bom Crwk, Minn. Xnr Tiiaktr Tarl jirt apMil. Lam kir, Lath mad Skiagles, constantly on hand. Try ae. SO EXTER HOTEL. aeeemodatioas far Maa aad Beast. TK MS REASONABLE v?n!i D. 0. PAGE, Pro. J^OBINSON HOUSE, BROWNSDALE, MIKV. Opeslto the Grange Sail, aa Maia Street. vTnll JOHN ROBINSON, Prop'r. JQR W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Maia aad Wineaaj|Btreeta, Auntin* Minnesota. X* Ca*»S. Tyl JJUSS B. DAVIS, Central Agint Horn* Lift Ins. Co« fcr euthera Mianesota aad...

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. — 26 November 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COOKTT. HAHWOOD, Editor A Proprietor -AUSTIH. MINN THURSDAY MOKNINO, every NOV. 36, IST4 lai«p«ilMi Itirialim. Wit hi* tha last few years, great ef­ forts hate beta made, to destroy the Republican party. Its principles ares oontiaued indiotroont of the poliey of other organisations, and its practice is. dangerous to the political fortunes of thoae who stand in its way,—hence to Buch, the necessity of its overthrow. In political movement, newspap­ ers are the first osaestkl. The public ear, and the public feeling tttst be reached, and the press is the modern means for the accomplishment of this pttrposa. If the besiegers contemplate radical change either of party or of administration, it is of first importsnce that they shall appear to be moved by no selfish motive, sud interested in noth­ ing so much as the welfare of the people. This fsct makes thrm cautious in the selection of a name, which must be trumpeted by the newspapers, [n the first dsys...

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. — 26 November 1874

1 THE TSAH8C/BIFT •S9® tlVMMUr LOC^G WB st» 1m HATTERS. W. H. AronuKW hM 800 benele of ep plM. WnilVTt i*Hk TO ctat8, ear* 40. Md •ats 39. S. OHANOUI, will km hit ntw •lore rtady for OM befor* Christina*. W. B. Ahowwow kM qvMktittot of tike bent Applts totMto. No# the ttafrlo tuy.. .4 Tna Public ttchools closed yesterday, sot to i*op«n ttBtil *-Jlo8da]r»- Dtc., 1st, prox. Gov. C. K. DATXS, wilt deliTer the next ia the regular couse of lectnie*. Tlie time isnot^et dmigMted.v Til lergeel slock of truaks and travel* tag bags ia Autla, at Kavdson's, Jones' Meek. Ifyom waat a nice stylish Boot, either ttved or pegged, and a good Fit, go to tttf J. SWAN'S. 5av stock of the shoes Jest rseeived, and K. Kaadsoa'ft., hoots and sold cheap at WOOD, WOOD, DRY WOOD, for sale by Geo. W. Robinson. Inquire at the •flee of Register of Deeds. tf. Jreceived anew line of hats and caps, ter fall and winter wear, sold 85 •ar cent cheaper than last year at Jones' bleek. WOOLU 8BS and fiannels, manufactured...

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. — 26 November 1874

.** |V A 1): I 1 •v & 1-?% W" i: 'V, kmnmm mmfrnm*. $5® '. W.,Bi •^W«W. 4* A- "W 8. CiaAK^ to don mdj fcri^i Mw.CWrtwi^ J$£M bay. fHmr Thb Public Mehool* cloeed yeeterday, iMMlBtovjff ii pros. Gov. C. K. DiTtt, vAhddiw the next in. the Jugular time i« Tn largeet slock of mrinasd travel tog bags la Aastla, atKaadaan's, Jones' ITfnirMt aaicestyllah Iloovsither eewed «r pegged, ud a good lit, go to ntf J.SWAN'B. Nnr stoek «f Uw ahoea k. masoft*^/ win* mi Waom aad lauati, manufactured at 9wftboo, Wie.,the blot in the country, ft tega iioek aoaaMf Kaadeoa's. ka**: I. ~"at •aa card of Professor Wallace. in aaothsr eolataa. Ho iaa splendid Hat in bit profession, and should bo well patronised. ComiM will meet again at Washing ton, on Tnesbay J)ec. 2nd, 1874- The 43rd Congress will expire on the 3d of March next. J. 8, Coaxnro is crowding the werk on his new hotel, aad is determined to com­ plete it, aotwithetaadiag the opposition of Frost, Winter Co. Taa quarterly meeting of the X. chur...

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. — 26 November 1874

•r-w TRAILS OFFICIAL PABEllOF TB£ CODNTT. The Population of the State by Sex, |girand Nationality. *v.rd-.Wy In response to a request by Rev.. Dr. Strong, of i'arleton College,, the following statistics were prepared by Assistant Secretary of States Solberg. They are the first of the kind ever compiled in liQmimta, and are there* foro reity vwfaabler 14 tVmslaiiuu.Juno I, 1873—total.. By Stw. juie. eeeeaoVeoeea Ukusale ...552, .205,710 ...257,954 *m.H .553,664 /'jf Bulk-place ami Sex. y»lt. Female. Total. Minnesota 51,026 70,154 160,18A Other State* ..109, 111 00.2415 100,376 Foreign countries.. 113,573 69,335 201,808 Total 204,710 275,754 552,464 Foreign horn Pvpulutionby Birth-place and Sex. Male. Female. Total. Feandinav'n eountr's.. 41,583 $2,341 73,025 f». Britain A Ireland.. 21,622 16.817 38.493 British America 11,801 0,170 20,080 Germany 29,234 22,738 51,072 Other countries J),331 7,260 10,593 Total........... ......113,5i 3 8S,33ii 201,608 Hy Agee—Under J'teenty-oue Year*. M...

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 December 1874

1 r» "J SOT" THE TRANSCRIPT CVTIQIAL PAFSBOT TBI CITY. RATES OF ADVERTISING. OmlnmOilu^niywr $18.M OnQ«imn N.M up «. 15.00 100.00 Qli Oniu On* Cords IT*linos W EP, J. TYLER, S. iw dellon per Bdttorlal settees iatended advwtis*. •nil, twelve orate per 11B*. Murii|t a«ti«M) Iftj **at*. gpwlalaatioes, aiiMiUpar 11a*. Legal a*ti**a at th* rat** pr**erib*d by law. All traa*l«at adv*rtis*m*nts WfkUftr ia aimt*. BOSIMBII CAKHB. F. A. ELDER CLBRKOFTHB DISTRICTCOURT, Aaitli, M*w*r Coaaty, Hinaosota VAN VALKENBURGH, Dealer ia Vara Ma*bia*ry, Salt, Coal, Lia*, Grata, 4*., So. OSoe fiUi* Sqaare, Aastia, Him. B. 1 W. ROBINSON, REGISTER or D.aUr ia Graia aad LaaWr, at Son Creek, Hiaa. New Lumber Tard just opeaed. Lam b*r, Lath aad Shiaglcs, constantly oa hand. Try m*. SO JJOBINSON HOUSE, BROWNSDALE, MIKlf. Op*ait* the Graag* Hall, oa Haia Strut. v7a33 JOHK ROBINSON, Prop'r. J^R. W. L. HOLLISTER, Cora*r of Maia aad TiMaCBtmti, Austin* Minnesota. V* CABBS. JJUSS B. DAVIS, HE RAMSEY HOUSE, J^ GALLOW...

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 December 1874

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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 December 1874

*&s#> 4 1 V/J.: •gauffldr OFFICIAL ftifl amaaaqpss cat incumbent, and Gov. C. K. Davis. Xx. Got. Austin Jm» wpirtrttons andiwr haps some strength^ Ocq. W7D. yyaistt' bun of XtaAaapolii, ts the.Vcandidtfte of «mm of the Hennepin delegation, while others express a preference for Hon. J. S. Plllsbury. The great contest will un­ doubtedly be between the twopereons first named, and may result in the defeat of both, although such an event is scarcely probable, Austin and Washburn are immeasurably inferior to Ramsey, or Dayis, and It will be scarcely possible to •btain Pillsbuiy's consent to run,—hence it seems to us quite likely that if Ramsey be not reflected, Governor Davis will be his successor. In this view of the case it becomes Important to consider wheth­ er the interests of a young State like Minnesota, will be promoted to a higher degree by the present Senator, than they may be by the election of another man. The evila of our political system, are the result—not of the con...

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 December 1874

1 4M F. L. BUCK & Co., still have quantities of fine apples for sale. IMlElm THE TRANSCRIPT 0ITI0IALPAI 's£b?TBE0ITY. THURSDAT MOB NINQ, DEC. 3, 1874 LOCAL MATTERS. KEUBHBKR the O/atorio. DON'T fail to hear The Oratorio of Es­ ther, to-morrow evening. ,._ Do you want a fine watch Go to HAYES & BRO. W. H. ANDKRSON has 500 barrels ofap. pies. "WOOD is quite plenty on 6 per cord. the streets at large Wheat is bringing 67 cents, Corn,45, to 50 cents, and Oats 33 cents. THE net profits of was $1500. the Catholic Fair A two-headed and eight-legged calf is on exhibition to-day, at Lansing. THE District Court for the county of Freeborn, is in session this week at A1 bert Lea. THE largest stock of trunks and travel­ ing bags in Austin, at Knudson's, Jones' block. 22 IF you waut to make your "girl" a present of a ring, go to HAYES & BRO. THE holidays will soon be here, hence now is the time to advertise goods select­ ed with reference to Christmas and New Year. GOLD and Silver fan...

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