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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 3 December 1874

ytg&gi# 1 -%.it,' m' A QFFBUL P1FSR QF THE C0UHTT. WMli la IliuNla. Mwm. Gibpon ft Tyto, wool deilnni atXiiiMi^ra, Mri(Ntta«i^ asto the adaptability of Minnesota for the .no** lag of combing wool*: Since the Intro* taction of Cotswold and Lincoln' sheep ia tothisStata by Col. Kin*, we hare watched the effect of ovlr climate upon this claw ot aheep, and every year has confirmed oar opinion that our formers can compete soccessfally with the best wool frowcrs ef England and Canada, in the production of combing wool. Many of bur well-to-do fhhners, who take an interest in sbeep husbandry, should try these sheep, treating th«a substantially as theCansdlans do. To all such the results coutd not fail to be satisfactory, and very much would be done toward placing our State in the front rank of •wool-grovring«dlstricts. PBdSPffeTor OP TUB Scientific American. FOR 1875. THB MOST POPULAR SCIENTIFIC PA PER IN THE WORLD. THIRTEENTH TEAR. •«—o- VOLUME ma-mBW SEMES The pabllahera of the Sciast...

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 December 1874

Plllpsi ».-«A*£ShQF ADVERTISING. (HftflrilawfthWil Mttaw torn itoiMBV diiviit s •'Olri *«-. .Jj IX r*r Cards trfffri XMI or less, Ave dollars P#r .fjtt. Iditorial irtloW- hiwW '•"^liils, twelve oeats per line. Mtrrfut notices, fifty cents. lirio AUSTIN J. CARPS. F. A. ELDER CLKXK OF TH* DISTRICT COURT, Aastia, Mewer County, KiBi«Mt« E P, VAN yALKBNBDRGH, l«ler IvTbm'Ms^Mnery.Selt, Coal, Lime, Grain, 4*.^ A«.' WUi Soutli Bid*' of Public Square, A ••tin, Mfoa. IS J. VANVALKENBURGH, Produce Dealer, Autiin, Minnesota. (1180. W. ROBINSON. 1 RBGISTBR OF DBED8, MOWCT'CO Jfiaa. Will uMiai titles, p»yUa« ft* tM(4Mtey*«r Austin, Minn., March 14th, 1871. y1 J^EXTER HOTEL. Good accomodatioas for Mit iii Beast. TERMS REASON ABLE v7m25 D. 0. I?AGB, Pro. B. SLOCUM, Daalir ia Graia and Linbtr, at Rose Creek, Minn. New Lumber Yard just opened. Lum­ bar, Lath aad Shingles, constantly oa Try MO. JJOBINSON HOUSE, AND RAMSEY STAGE LINB. Stages leave Austin daily, making close tenaection witb Pas.enger T...

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. — 10 December 1874

STf~ 3' "«?. OFFICIAL PAMOF THECOUHTT. A. ii. it AR WOOD, Editor & Proprietor —AUSTIN, MINN.— THURSDAY MORXINtt, DEC. 10, 1874 POLITICAL. The Republican papers of the State do not agree aa td- the "grand tactics", to bo Adopted in the forthcoming battle for tfie tTnited States Senatorship. Borne of tiiem favor the usual preliminary parly caucus, while others prefer an open can*, va'sk of the whole legislative' field, and it is a coincidence not a little remarkable, that those holding the latter view quite uniformly express a preference for the election of Governor Davis, while the oth era pronounce iu favtir of the present in­ cumbent. It is not our purpose at this time to' tudiciup a choice of candidates but to say we deem it necessary to party supremacy that we continue to em­ ploy the caucus as a means of ascertain iag the wishes of tho majority. Repub I leans agree as to principles, but they fre­ quently differ as to men. The former are all-imporiaiit and may never be sac­ 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. — 10 December 1874

& THETRANSCBIPT OTTIQULI :S- A THK THK IF THE Fim ortai em. THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 10, LLTF LOCAL MATTERS. ill Whaatfcrings 65 oents. W. H. Anderson hssjust reoetved a toa of eandies. attend the ichool ex- Piom should aminations. W. H. AXBXBMK ples. has 500 barrels of ap­ Msssns. Austi nft Chase have put a mammoth safe into their room ia the McClellan block, preparatory to a com­ plete removal. Do jou want a fine watch Qo to HAYES & BRO. Tu weather is still, pi line as was ever experienced at this season of the year, as far north north as Minnesota. Spccial attractions in Furniture Jand Holiday goods, at FERNALD & KIMBALL'S. T. C. Guttormson has been appointed post-master at Nevada, vice M. T. Martin resigned. Oysters, fresh from the sea, in shell, at the Oyster Bay. 35-tf W publish to-day a tabulated state of the taxes levied ia this county, to Which we refer all parties interested THK mea who have the contract for do in the iron work on the County Jail are here at work...

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 December 1874

Bp No doubt somts one here in health tc-day, lmve been led. back from the gates of death during the past year aoine who have comc out to theswnlight ngain from the doge air of the sickroom, where sub tluM voices and. muffled steps told of dnngc lurking at the bed-side. Others hiirc escaped from Injnry, accident, or ...have hiklfovcd ones restored frQ\u„tlie embrt cof disease to their*own fond jmu^onco more. Tosucb, j'ea to all, comes to-day the delightful duty of ren­ der i»g special thanks for special mer­ cies. jjl^ each otto as a distinct, aepKrateaud spe$- MPW il act of God. No (Juuger of seeing the .. ..».i. Father's hand too frequently or too clcnr fty. May we not believe that many here to­ day can and do bless. 0oci for the prog­ ress, mental and spiritual, which the ye»r has seen in their lives.. Have not all the sermons, ordinances, seasons of pray­ er, Sabbath school lesions, 'and Sabbath school work, all the good books and pa pers whicn we have enjoyed, built us up, devel...

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 December 1874

RATE S I* &».!«» etowt rfmili»(WU to be paid for ICIRVMS CA»#8. •f' j\ A. BLDKR I OFTHE DISTKICT COUBT, M*ww County, MIIMMU rfe'v a pf tiN AtKUNBl) RGH, iidirla Fam Machinery, Salt, Coal Lima, flrMp* *0., It, 01M Bbutk 8W« of Fubll^ftytfre. Ailtii, Mix. WIS j. VANYALKENBURGH, Produce Dealer, iwiiii, CI10. AU8TIN is $18.9* SO.H •S.tlO-f 1M.M *v. *?•&* ^arta ITI llMi ^r hi^ lw dollars -per itorlat aetleef tateaded as advertise HNhra ooats *er Hae. flit? seats, I Mlim, eiaoeaU per Use. ,H1f- 4ki nt«i prturlW by Minnesota W. RQBINSON. XiaiSTBK Or DEEDS, *«w« B. SLOCUM, J^R. W. L. HOLLISTER, C» Miaa. WUlasamiae titles, P»J taxes for nea imMHH,U. Aastia. Miaa., Marek 14th, 1S71.. yl Om4 aeeemedatieaa for Mas and Bull TERMS REASONABLE »TmH ». 0. P.AOE, Pre. Dealer ia Grata aad Liaber, at Rasa Creek, Miaa. Haw Lumber Yard jaat opeaed. La ta­ ker, Lath aad Shiagles, ooastantly oa hand. Try ae. OB1NSON HOUSE, SO BROWKSDALB, MINK. Opeette tke Grange Ball, oa Main Street. •Tall JOflB RO...

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 December 1874

IT '1 A THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPER BE A. A. IIARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor -AUSTIN, MOT.- THURSDAY MORNING. DEO. 17, 1874 A Guilty Minister's Confession. Sprcia) Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune. GRASD KAPIBS, DSOTV MR Mich Dec. J-L. M. 11.—Dr. Fisk, the-adulterous- pastor,, has written and caused to bo published the following letter of coufcssion: To the Public: I frankh* confess to the fearft.il sin of which I um charged, and will not be cowardly enough to lie or seek a p-.llia tifin of my weakness and guilt. I can only crave the pitv and compassion ot the world I have offended, and the for­ giveness which my sincere and profound repentance before God and man calls for. I have returned ray letters of fellowship to the denomination I have so greyiously stricken, and abandoned the profession which I have so deplorably shamed. ]\J:-iy God and man pitv and forgive me, «nd* aid me to do some humble work iu lri'e yet for the good of society. I am not a ooward or a sneak to make Ada...

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 December 1874

J«L^ 5U t^l Hi t)Fneui =X3= iti- a&jtesW^ffes1^*'-? A* A. M*r A ProprlfW "'.••• 2 j^-v .-Ausfi&ritora TIIpR8DAY MORNlNOv' DEW. }ffiWH u-,,.,.., J^U]/ A Onilty^tfinis^er^t/Oomto^Uk lal S^reW Ol'ptttl to the Chio$g»rTtfibuuei. ^^TGrasd HAPI»S, MichV Fisk, the adulterous* paatoiv Ua$ wrHlcft and-causcd ta lw published th$\fottaWjja£: 1 ttcr of cotit'essiuu: R. Prowyed.—4- lftd The drowned boy was ^e son of a wid­ ow lady residing on High street, and the poor woman was almost heart broken last •evening. [—Pioneer. Ih'tlic war of races at Vicksburg the other day two whites were-killed and only wbt'Ut two hundred "niggers."— What a desperate defence -the whites musi have made against the fierce ofr f-laughts ot the savage Africa ft! The Democracy of the north should' rise with one accord and protest against this fearful butchery of the whites by the miigvrs A etop must be put somehow to the violence and lawless­ ness of the niggers. Two whites kill­ ed and only two hundred uiggera...

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 December 1874

om^w^»3a»oiT4. THURSDAY MO Kg^&e?.''' 17, 1874 LOCAI?MATTERS. YVh«?at brings 65 cents. MK. CHAS. KENNEDY of Le Roy, is act­ ing as deputy Supt. of schools, by the ap­ pointment of 31 r. Morgan. Do you want a fine watch? Go to HAYES & BRO. THK pastor of the M. E. Chuich will preach Sunday morning to Sunday School children and. youth. Old folks and voung folks are cordially invited. Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables, ?Chairs, etc., etc. The Best Stock ttt iow prices, call and investigate, at 1 FERNALD & KIMBALL'S. H. LUITHLBU, on Mill street, keeDs A fine stock-of confectionery. lie has all kinds for holiday purposes, and by the way if you are hungry, it is best for *you to drop into hi$ dining room and taste the quality of his 'stews." Special attractions in Furniture and IXoiidar goods, at FERNALD & KIMBALL'S. THE Odd Fellow's, of this city, have been making some fine improvements in their hall, which add •materially to its {.ppe&raucc and the comfort of the mem­ bers. ...

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. — 17 December 1874

T] omi THURSDAY* MOl 4?- 1 •, r, LOCAL "o&. if ym to^S®SS^iJi^:WWt ing-as deputy Supt. of schools, bytke,ap­ pointment of Mr? Morgan. *w** Do you want a fine watch-?* Go HAYESifc B1 & THE pastor and inves CUODV'S HziS J: of tlie M. ^u^qb TrlU preach Sunday.* imprqfiif toSunday,: Bareaip,Bedait TheBest "Stoc HvXiin^HLB^qn Mill street kceos a. fine stftfck of confectionery. He has air kinds for holiday purposes, and by the way if you are hu ngry, it is best for lyou to drop, into hi^ dining room and taste the quality of his "stews." Special, attraction? 1 been making some fine improvements iu their hall, which add 'materially to its appearance and the comfort of the mera bei-s. The pr der is in a prosperous, con dition here. Large invoice of Folding Chairs.- now. open. Nothing nicer for holiday pres ents, at tfERNALD & KIMBALL'S/ IT will be seen'by the card of W. F. Day, that he has opened a jewelry shop, at the store of S. W. Day, on Main streetv where he will do everythi...

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. — 17 December 1874

1:*-Ji 1 ted States for ibis £v»ning Pott. 1 ami Minister PKinipotodiitir^ to CIV A IW of Amu ica, purpose duly aulhbriM by In witness whereof the undersigned have signed this .protocol, aad have here­ unto set their scald. Done in duplicate at Washington, this tvrenTy-cighth day ol May, 1874. (l».s.) HAMILTON FISH (L. er) EDND. THORNTON Now therefore, I Ulysses S. Grant, President of the United States of Ameri­ ca, in pursuance ot the premises, do here by declare that I have received satisfac­ tory cvidrnce that the Imperial Parlia­ ment of Great Britain and the Legisla­ ture of Newfoundland have passed laws on their part to give full effect to t! pro visiens of said treaty, as contained in ar­ ticles eighteenth *to "twenty-fifth, inclusive and article thirtieth of snid treaty In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand, and caus the seal of the United States to be affixed. Done at the city of Washington this twenty ninth day of May, In the year of «ur -Lord one thousand- eigh...

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 December 1874

OiaQi^nu1 1 OM Ham On "6 TISINQ OtllM, SS.00 46.00 100.00 Cuii if In lin*s or less, 8v* W"1 P#r JlilMrill Hiiw l»t««W »4*wU» **nto, Weiv* coats per linc. UrH*|t notieea, ifty eents. |m«W notices, ii» witt perliae. Legal MtfcOB «t the MOW pMM tnairlM by All traaeient advevtlscaoata to bo paid for im *4TUN. BIJSIHESS CARDS. F. A. ELDER CL1RK OF Til* DISTRICT COURT, A matin, K«w Cnaty, WaiMitU EGraia,A*.,VALKENBI)RGH, P, VAN 1 ealer la Fira Miibiitrj, Silt, Coal, Liai, Ac. OSes South Sid* of Pabll# Square, A*stia,MJn, al* J. VANVALKENBUROH, B. Produce Dealer, Ansiin, Minnesota. JEO. W. ROBINSON. 1 BKGI8TBR OF DKKUS, Mower C* Mini. Will uwin titles, pay tain for BOB mUMta, Ae. Aaatia, Mian., Hank 14th, 1ST1. 7* GXTKR HOTKL. t«id aeeaaiedatiaaa far Man and Bsaat. TEKM8 REASONABLE tTnU D.O. FAGI, B. SLOCUM, M. OBINSON HOUSE, Pre. Dealer ia Orata and Lumber, at Voaa Creek, Miaa. New Tiaak«i Yard just opeaed. Lum­ ber, Latk aad Shiaglea, eonataatiy an kand. Try mo. SO BROWNSDALB, MINK. Opea...

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 December 1874

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL FAFER OF THE COUHTT. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor DEMOCRATIC'DOCTBIXB. On the occasion of the rc-intcrment of aome of the confederate soldiers who were killed while making an attack on Washington in 1861. Dr. A. Y. P. Gar nett,Ex Surgeon General of the. Confed­ erate Army, delivered an oration, in which he represents the southern whites as still arrayed against all the rest ol the country, forming a distinct body of men with interests at variance with those of the north, and with grievances which he claims they have been made unjustly to endure. The Doctor says, "No intelligent mind can deny the right of those south­ ern states to withdraw firm the Union nor can any pronounce such act on their part as treasonable or rebellious." lie asserts that the primary allegiance of a citizen is not to the nation, but to the State of which he happens to be a citi­ zen that it was loyally to American principles, and not hostility t*the Union which dictated the a...

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 December 1874

W 1 .'^jjT-i-j irt :4y,*#k- VX I I S- *SV $tk IS* -~ii_ 1 ». -H» 9FFmW6rM A. A. HARWOOD,"Editor A Proprietor 1 fc* 4* •issnxs. Mint.- TSDMDAT M0KSW9, DSff. 4. UT* S MMC'RATlf POCTSIXE.. JV#* 5-E On the Occasion «f the re-iWterment of tome of the confederate soldiers who were killed while making an attack: on Washington in 1861. Dr. A. Y. P. Gar Belt, Ex Surgeon General of the Confed­ erate Army, delivered AJI oration, In which he represents the southern whites as still arrayed against all the rest ot the country, forming a distinct body of men with interests at variance with those of the north, and with grievances which lie~ claims tliey have been made unjustly to endure. The Doctor says, *(No intelligent mind can deny the right of those south­ ern states to withdraw frcm the Unioo nor can any pronounce such act on their part as treasonable or rebellious." He asserts that the primary allegiance ofa citizen Is not to the iiation, but" to tlie State of which he happens to be a citi» s...

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 December 1874

IV" .„ THE TRANSCBIPT -0T7I0IiLPAPSB OFTHaCITT. LOCAL-MATTERS. HWRSDAY MORNINt*, DEC. 24, 1874. SHSBIVP SHBHAN, of Freeborn county, made us a call last Tuesday. He is an «fflcient officer and a gentleman «lwayn glad to see him. Do you want a fine watch? Go to HAYES & BRO MB. S. W. DAY is desirous of closing •out his business ns will be seen by his announcement elsewhere. He will make it an object for any parsons wanting arti. cles kept by him to make their purchas­ es at his store. Girls! Boys! You will find the largest *tock of S1M1S&C., and 1 w« st PRICES at FERNALD & KIMBALL'S. A. J. Wiirtts, Esq.", one of the stirring businessmen of Omro, Wis., and abroth rr-ia-law of C. H. Coatcs of this city, spent a week in town recently. He brought a large stock of cuttars with him which have found a ready sale. lie, like most of the strangers visiliig us, subscrib cd for the TRANSCRIPT aud paid a year in advance. WOOD. WOOD. DRY WOOD, for sale by Geo. W. Rtbinson. Enquire at the...

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 December 1874

*sbf UmQiLPlKB OfTHECOOITT. w«ft»j$pr lialstrataie Im lJaUe to aeooi IjW Ailivil thdr hurts, at proftt should have Imb uveas, unlets the etifeneiee of the eetate tiailcHiil itprudeatthat they should hold When a home is m4tn4 vatonntiu tile taeoaeequenee ef imprwvemeata and* oa Ki iQatiiBf lot. the owner of inch caataot rtwrtf damages beeatteehe had haowledgeof tlie Approaching daa geriat im« la frrotocthi miwlf from it. A petson who hat been lad to sell geadebymeaaaof Mae pretenses cannot recover themfreina one who has purchae* adtheatingoodfaith from the flrawta lent owner. Permanent erections and litwts made by a mortgagor alter the execution of the mortgage upoa tha land conveyed by it, becomea apart of the mortgaged premi- AsaUer of goods, chattels or other property commits no fraud in law when he neglects to tell tha pnrchaeer of any laws, defects, or nnsoaadaces of the same. An agreement of the holder of a note to give tha principle debtor time for pay meat, without depriving ...

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. — 31 December 1874

Ai the tkanscri omouu. Mkm orTinrctTY. RATES OF ADVERTISINQ. Oira V«««Ta On Q«unt **"?5 e»a BAIT __ ." ARJSTIN J. ftS.St U.H ItMv CM* of «va llkea ar less, iva Wl»n **£titefi*l mmt lateaded aiwrtlae Mhtfc tNn MftLpW HltTO|( n-Uoea, iflty aeUta. ,,. J-: __ Special aotioea. eentsper "»*r .. ..Legal .aetieee at the ralea .^faeertbea BJ- Ull, tramteut adveatieeaaeotsle be paid *r itUTUH. .' wp^gwwai-^i,—^jjaaapmn lUNINfiM tfARDS. F. A. ELDKH CLKKK OFTH* MlfHCICOWT. Autii. Xanr CokHtr.MteMnta JTS P, VAN VALK1CNBURGH, Jjj. Je*lor ia Farm Maahiaery, Salt, Coal Lime, Grain, A«. 4«* Otta* South Side ef Pnbli* 8«uare, Auatin, MHu. ml* B. J. VAN ALKKNliURGH, Produce Iealer, im.i'n, Minnesota. Ci HO. W. ROBINSON. 1 REGISTER or DEEDS, Mower Ca Miaa. Will *Kamine titles, pay taxes far non mi4Mti, As. Austin, Miaa., Mareh 14ft, 1S71. j' KXTER BOTKL. Good Mcomtjttiiii ftf Man aadP-'ast. S E A S O N A E rTraSt D,.O..PAGE, Pre. M.B SLOCUM, Miaa. bar, Lath aad Shiaslaa, aoaitantl/ Trj «a*. J^OBINSON 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. — 31 December 1874

TfflBfRMSCRIPT Sit 'M a-gy^-fft •aJNftW* T1WI» 73P? 1^ U^iUril 31. 1874 OS »., iu each case is«iawtii*.«it ^irst, Jiftrcauae 2™ Vthfecatryi which' W S which sftalf not lV iequ«lly discrimina- The fa'rmef i&j Tar the greatest consu-' ut«. 2^4?iilhivjrr ». I the attsMute power of the people, over corporation? oftheir own crcation, and becaulc'ittius be'en held to be a legiti­ mate eMUoditih6at of that power. .Second, becaifse it has |ulHcie"nt flexibility to ad­ just Usfeif to' alt the tases to which differ­ ent local circumstaaccs may give rise. We are hot aware that any intelligent ll pub&ibio forilie lix «r-' road, which shall be prejudicial to neith road and the people, and who can oxer- ciio it at any moment. This party in tlie form of a "commission." was created by the law in question. Th.it )-iimis»io has taken the initial step in lie march of reform. I£ it has nqi stepped far enough, give it time tosteyv again. Tlie correction of abuses is a work, and requires care in ...

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. — 31 December 1874

AQ^- ,fj 9* —I fr" ^rrft ^if-^ •TS^ 1 .«••*, j?&.: ^*Al'S^1 VrV ^r welt to ru, tl04Mft? He mil'ity_ ^'.KU'-'ui^y fei 5 ,J JMWlIU*, .*»£* s&L, ^ipwi^lWI| 5 *fc •. irfl At V#v#^w*« I tefll .x. 1^ eatabl trans seema to tta in cacli cue I bo taclti artiy, a W df JasrwlnteV is of "M —__ .„,-_ -Y„. ,..., «or|t6raU^i oft&eir Otvrt creation, and becavAeMtIntS^l^n b^icl tb \e a legiti mate et36m^4n?'6V ti^at power. .Second, becatfi&'lt flexibility to ad* justlt&tfoi$&e !aaes*to wbich'^iffor «nt ln^it^clrc^imstaaces'"''may give rise. We ar^£iot awaro* tuat ajuy intelligent mcnt*iiiUHt:'M delegated Wjik It bas been charged over and- over, that one Erwin, was furnished with near­ ly $liX)0.000 of what is known as the Pa­ cific Mail ..Subsidy, to use with members of the last Congress, in se­ curing legislation favorable to the com­ pany., Erwin idmits to the Investiga­ ting oommittee.that be bad the inoaey, but thus far, Una not.given any satiafac tory statement of the us...

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. — 31 December 1874

$ THE TRANSCBIPT oraci swthscity LOCAL MATTERS. THrRSDAY MORN INK, DEC. 31, 1&74. m.i p: ©i n. Tho annual meeting of the Mower County Counoil Patrons of Husbandry will be held at KaMKy Junction, Thursday, January Jtb, 1875. atwliich meeting offioors will be oleoted for the ensuing yar. J. P. Bowans, Master. 8pecial attractions in Furniture and Holiday good9, at FERNALD & KIMBALL'S. R. I. SMITH has a few more of those el. egant picture frames. Do you want a fine watch Qo to HAYES & BRO. THE County Commissioners will meet at the Court House in annual session oa the 5th of Jahuary next. BUCK & Co., hare reduced the prices of apples to such figures that noue of our readers need go apple-hungry- tf MR. S W. DAY lias sold out and his late business place will be occupied by H. Gunz who will put in there one of the finest stocks of goods to be purchased in the Eastern inirket. If you want a nice stylish Boot, either sewed or pegged, and a good Fit, go to 83tf J. SWAN'S. THE ...

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