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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 31 December 1874

(J ('•. ?M-. H: -3* THCR8DAY HORNIJH*, 1BC. mtmni tu/mm wm .£m ^gucfff t*t &«* Coea4tPatreas WUusbaadty,will. be held at Ra***f Jantrtei, Thar WS. itSfcoh Meeting o«eers will be elected br lh^«iiUl| b.k Bovni, MMtir. i-rr "Sy-1S 8peclsl attractions in Furniture and Holiday goods, at $$p[ALD A KIHBAXL'8. 1 i1 1 Thb County Comhiisainnqra will meet at th» Court House jn annual acssLoa on the 5tli oflahui#yiiiext.te*,b 'Kli i? If you want a aicestylish Boot, either sewed or .pegged, and a good jfit, go to 83tf J.SWJiy'S. The neighbors made a "bee" last Tues­ day evening and\etrr^ed a lot of wood over to John Lacey's. It was the 5th an­ niversary of iiis wedding. Served liim right'.- .-• 1 "v FERNALD & KIMBALL'S. There iss.Hnettiiag "op" at Ramsey.' Mr. Coleman don't know just what it is, but think* he will be able to "see it" ere loug. He will drop in to let us know iusl before he utakes his exit. Farmers can afford to buy Furniture this season, at prices that" Fera Id & Kiu...

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. — 31 December 1874

V, THE TRAHSCftlPT \. ., ").r\y.. !".' ?t ".~~ QFFtCIAL PAPEB OF THE CODSTT. For ihslr Good. Let ytnif boji occupy theinfelvoa in useful pnraojt*. Book? at? moat cxteW cnt—in their vay but a man's knowl­ edge should not be confined to them. To wv*st boys the use of mechanics! tools is the most fscinating of all occupations. As l?cic and ndatheinatios hare a value beyond accuracy in argument and the corrcct solution of problems, in that they teach men tlie habit of using their reflefcu tug powers systematically, eo carpentry, turning and other arts are of high im­ portance. These occupations teach boys to think, to pipoceed initial causes to re­ sults, and not only to understand the na­ ture and doty of the mechanical power*, but to observe their effects, and to ac­ quire knowledge by actual experiment, which is the best way of learning any­ thing. All the theories culled out of books leaves an impress on the mind and memory which it boys. Give them alight compared to that of the pra...

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. — 14 January 1875

I THE TRANSCBIPT ^oiiLPimorraiMTT. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Osa Imiti yen On Qitirn IIav «»a 1 1 tirib tftllMi or '^Editorial llti, Iwtlra «L«KK OF s" Till EP,ealcr (1F.O. M.B $18.00 so.oo &&.00 100.00 d*H«rt wati per line. Marriage tices, Oftj ipeeial Betiees, si* ocBts |ier line. .' Legal aetiees at the la UTIMI. GALLOWAY, par notices intea«lel as adrertise- mtM prescribed All traBCieBt ii»»rliM»«t« te by C4ttlN. •UMIWR«« F. A. RliTEK MSTRICTCOURT. Aiitii, Mawer Coanty. Minnesota VAN VALK15NBHRGH, ii Farm Machinery, Salt, Ceal, List, Grain, Ac., It. Oflce 8eath Sid* ef PiUii Senare, Avitia. Mh». 1 J. VANVALKENBURGH, Produce Dealer, Minntsota. 1 W..ROBINSON or BEGISTE* Miaa. DEBUS, Will Mower examine 141%, IS71. 7* EXTER HOTEL. deed accomodations for Man and D. O. PACK, SLOCUM, her, Lath aad Shingles, eoastantiy Try me. OBINSON HOUSK, •Tall JOHN ROBINSOK, J^R W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Mai^ Caaas. USS B. DAY 13, Osnsral lit Doer OSes, AUSTIN, MINN. Groceries & Provir«ioTU«...

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. — 14 January 1875

f'%, Jl~ ife,, Jg&Sfei^lW 7*?t&t*'.\? :^.^\7^?i^rif-.-t^. -T.vr»,*-'.*^i'.4 r-' '«^-V *--V ". ••••7-.. OFFICIAt PAPEB OF THE CODMTT. -AUSTIN. MINN.— TilttXSDAY MOHNIN'fl, JAN. 14, 1875. SEW 4 TORI A Ij. A preliminary o»uons recently held at St. Paul, is represented as hy vitijj piveti iiidicitieiia ot aatrnnjs support fur Senator R:iui#ey, and his fmii^liL, claim his re-eleeiion to be nl^wrdy' as­ sured The *upprtet* of Governor Davia are |£fl» 'dauvongtratire, although perhaps not less anii'.Miiiif, hoping to avail themselves* o1' neirly the 'iiirirc ftreiiiith now divided between tier nl Washburn and Kx-G"Vornot Austin, and thcrt-wiih to defeat Mr. ll:iui*e}' most handsomely. There is no d«nyinr the Fact that the int»*ie.ts and the sympathies of all thu other candidates and their friends, are in the aggregate antagonizing with those represented by the present Sen­ ator but whether thoy cau fye brought tosietiter, Mid u»ii(d in support of G«»v «'iin»r Davis, can be doterqii...

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. — 14 January 1875

••"--.•-•.7 'C I =&!* fj"4 a^f-j -MT« *zp?& 4 iV-/% rp& '-••r ,$W£~ te tf viff' ,?| .IS" 5f?Wi "rtC ,r^5 «ftr .iff i, jQt 3 y&s fl&${}&& 9Kj§ns ,x mmg mmwm-gS' I preliminary O»houh recently it Stl iuI. ii tcprts&rited givcu U*hn OlWifi? Mrej TIMM fiai'b|9»^A»iiii*, hitpinjf avail tWiScf*u pF Deirt the iniin ttrenuth noij divided between O ner »l Washburn and Kx-Gvernot Austin, Mid therewith •. to defeat Mr. Ramsey most handsomely. vy-\ .•• There is no d«njinp ract tlutf the interests and tbe sympathies of itl th* other candidates and their friends are in the aggregate antaf^mislng with thoae represented by the present Sen* ator but whether they C.iq THE proposition of General Sheridan, over which there is such a howl, is so scandalously misrepresented, that it may be well t» refer to it again. In bis (lis patcli to the Secretary ot War, he said: "I think the terrorism now existing in Louisiana, Misusippi, and Arkansas, coukl be'entirely removed and co...

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. — 14 January 1875

THE! Mg, VV« 1, -V rxoro THURSDAY I is eolf ««ro$ «-. .Vitgr- i. i. VeT'' V' •i, y',' R. I. Smith has a few more oflhose el egaat picture frames. Js- &.'". It is one of heavenVbiesstags that we cannot know the hour Of our de. th for a time fixed, even beyond the possibility of living, would trouble us more than doth thfaun^ertaiuty.^ Oysters, fresh from the sea, in .sltcll, at the Oyster Bay. 85-tf. It there is in town who wants to *see'himaelf others seohim." .ho «on, W" Mn. H. GCHZ, expects soon to occupy the store recently vacated by 8, W. Day. WOOD, WOOD, DRY WOOD, for sale toy Geo. W. Robinson. Enquire at the office of Register of Deeds. tf. THE Governor's message,—a thorough­ ly exhaustive document, will be tnund in "the supplement accompanying this week's paper, ana will well repay per U8al. ANT book furnished to order at Bairds. lw THE Young People's Tcnipcrance TUnion will meet in the Baptist Church, "next Sunday evening, January, 17th, and -will be addressed by RJV. C....

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. — 14 January 1875

J-€ SS-fA x'\'* "2'& fi *w/ Si 'r "-, mi ,\-Z--. "Vt-. aR-'-vrK It it» haird (qfio|, Wu true o£e getber forj^tiujgitls th^Jiduty tomake themselvesltfdthosearftundthem happy in tbis? It if veiy important to know boirt* live wisely and bsppUyln other world fTThe heavenly gates ajar* we call only Catclia' faint glimpse, now knd then, of the beauty there is w«tb in. Qod lovesbeauty in this world eve rr=trfla3»«t waves, every flower^ that' blooms, proves tbis So it becomes us to make our own lives' and homes as beauti fill and happy aa within ub lies, trusting the future in the hands of God. The -re. Helen that does not make us and those troQndus better apdlmppler in this life is not worth having and they who strive Urdo this"are serving God as truly upon their bended knees, or in the services the sanctuary. Tben, if we are iyerst&v in to make others happy, it will increase our bwn happiness in this world and in the world to cpine. _m j,Vr' in* 1 3 v... selves, ne retain stamp, C...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 21 January 1875

jftt-S&r: rr 'P'AJC^... ,aAlt B/ Au» i\ "t •TOPS' i« ywv.-. l» IM«H taaQuAara*, Ha» ..*3g ••«.«, SksSs.- lMT urn Cardsof Sn lines or less, dollars, w| *EdUorla1 notices Infended.as mats. Iwilf* coat* per. line. ^6-. MarHSgo n-'tlees, «fty eonta. Special notices, six eents per Una, \u^ Legal Notices at the rates prcscrtbod by 5 traaelaat advertismaoats to ba pal* fbr teadvaacc. CAnnii. biiinehs A. ELDEll CLERK OP TUB DISTRICT COURT, Austin. MowerConaty/Minnesota EP, VAN VALKISNIWRGH, eater ia Parte Machinery,Salt, Coal, Lime, Grain, Ae., ie. OBoo South 8ide af Public Square, Aaatia, lli-a. *12 vanvalkknbuiwh, Produce Deftler^, ?v- 5 ^Minnesota. m, fEO. W. ROBINSON. 1IOIST1R or DEEDS, Mower Ce (ft*. "Will examine tittis, pay taxes fornon taaUmta, Ae. 8! Aaatia, Miaa., Marab 14th, 1871. yl JQEXTEll HOTEL. Good accomodations for liaa and ast. TERMS REASONAB' E V7m2i D. 0. PAGE, Pre. jyj- B. SLOCUM, Dealer ia Grain and Lumber, at Roaa Creek, Miaa. New Lumber Yard just opened. Lam ber...

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. — 21 January 1875

llB H-VRWQOD, Eater Proprietor TUUR1DAY MORNING, JAlf. 21rW5. •BWgH"^"P""gP».l» II. 1 .JOBS-} ^p--y luMiataim Tn«Mm» There may be reasonable dqubts as to the rightfulness of Kllr»gg'a claim to the corernorship, but tire canvassing Board awarded to him the certificate of election .whereupon he was inaugurated and be­ came defacto governor, and until some proper tribunal decides adversely to him, he must be recognized by the general government, which cannot permit the ex­ istence of anarchy in any Stato. The great bluster now being uiade by the op­ position, is intended solely for political cffcct and not as an^xprcssion of honest conviction. IjS: Corruption in Office. Some things always appear to the eye refracted and exageratcd in their propor­ tions. It Is probable that corruption in office is one of these. As the detailed re­ port of monstroKS crimes makes it some times seem as if the whole land were be­ deviled, and all«meu plunged into mur­ der and rape, whereas, in fact, it is ...

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. — 21 January 1875

omoiitj XHIIB9IAY Ji ft -S Wm ^v. HORNIHU, JAN. D.C.Corbitt, of LeHoy, callcd yesterday. K. 1. SMITH gant picture frames. Wm. Henderson, Esq, of ®Bm* up yesterday to hear the "Fat Contributor,'' nod made us a call. 1 ^1 Go to Msixfield A Sutherland' for Flour Peed, Mill St. 42tf WE omitted to state last week that Hon: C. Jb\ Greeningjs member of the Committee on Railroads and_areglad to state the fact new. The position is or.e of great imports ance and responsibility as well. M. A S. deliver Flour and Feed to part of the city. Call «nd fco-the'i. SCHOOL books and stationery in end­ less variety atBairds. Call for prices. tf S. CHANBLEK A Conductor Cadwell's pasaengor train,' on the Milwauke & St. Paul road^ was thrown from the track last Tuesday near Castalia.—" Xo one ivns hurt seriously. The roar coaoh was so badly dftiiirgcd as to be unfit to ran, and was detachcd. WOOD, WOOD, DRY "WOOD, for sqlc "by Geo. TV. Robinson. Enquire at the office of Register of Deeds. tf. Mr. H. Gu...

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. — 21 January 1875

-vcj Jg, -f^ '•jT t. ',! i^1tJSr^r'' tv J® iT-f'i r,'^? 5-V W»f nm* ScieatiflcAiiierieaii. $• FOR 1874s TB*M0*T POHJLAR «?IKNTIFIC PAt PER IN TDK ttOHLD. o_o—— THIRTEENTH YEAR. vourns R* xxxh-nsw ssbxss. Tit* publishers of the Sciistirio Akiucaii k«| to annoanee tbri on the Br«t day ."r Jm. ur},lf7i, ft tie wvolume commerces. It will ntinucto,. be (he aim of the puHliihers to render I ho consents r.f the new volume nor* attractive ud useful than any of ii* prede­ cessors. To the Mechanic and Manufacturer! No person engaged in any the mecbani •al pursuits should think oi doing without the Bciutvig AmemiC4*• Ertry ntaWr con­ tains from six to ton engravings or now ma­ chines and inventions which oannot bo found in any uthe'r publication. It tit Moot Pnpmlur Papar in fJU IforM.' having tho largo eirculstioa of nearly 50:000 •or work. ito U\ ft 1 »-J{5^ A yoar'a numbers contain over 800 pages and several handrcd engravings of new ma ohinea. usefnlacd novel nvenbtow, manutao taring estab...

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. — 28 January 1875

K^W^£ vnmtnmor^ 0«i EIQNTB Column, year ON QOARTCB 'J. .c" J. E H**?. i?,r ._ RATES OF ADVERTISING. ¥4, HRINEHi CAHDS. ELDER, xx KH F.A CLERK OF THE DISTRIQl CjOUKT, Aastin. MiwerCo*nty,Minue*ota E P, VAN AL^NTORGH, ealeri'a Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, flrain, Ac., Ae. Office South 8ide ef Public Snuare. Aastin. MHo. J. VANVALKENBURGH, O Produce Dealer, ItJS.'lM, Minnesota. IEO. W. ROBINSON. REGISTER OP DEEDS. lfiun. Will examine titWs.paytaxes far non­ residents, Ac. V' '?1~ Anstin, Minn., March 14th,1871. yl EXTER HOTEL. Anod aeeomodations for Man and B*ast. TERMS REASONAB' E t7m2» D. 0. PAGE, Pre. B. S LOCUM, Dealer in Grain and Lumber, at Hose Creek, Minn. ew laimbei Yard justopenad. Lam bar, Lath and Shingles, constantly oa Try me. OblNSON HOUSE, TUA r.\M INS. CO. N. WHEAT, M. D., Xomoepa'hio Physicias and Surgeon. Ofice and Resideni-e, Corner tf »SV. Paul anrl Miff Sh-frf*. 2jl IttMlin, '^inneAola. J. TYLER, City Auctioneer. L*1*** Orders nt tl" M:»v«r'* Office. T6H51 AU...

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. — 28 January 1875

i^ip. Tl i.x 'it TSURSDAY MOBBINft, JAW. 8, 175. ::i rary. Senator Child*, of Faribault county, has introduced a bill prescribing the rates I cd upon those who violate the provisions dent the necessity for an act regulating the commerce in money. It is notorious that the man who begins business by loaning his capital, though it be but I upon the Committee or not is mere con-1 jecture. .Should the hotel registers in St. Paul show the presence in that city thisj winter of nearly every leading banker,] and tliatrtoo, at the precise time when Mr I Any legislation, or want of legislation, which renders it either legal or possible, without the infliction of a penalty, for capitalists to realize twenty-five per cent, for the use of money loaned, is sure to evoke a complementary law by the terms of which men can evade the performance of their contracts. The judgment and the conscience of mankind in the aggregate, condemn the theory that "money, like anything else.is worth what it will bring...

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. — 28 January 1875

omCUL PAP1S or THX CITY. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNINU. JAN. 28.1676 Any one wanting a second-hand cutter can be accommodated by calling at the TRANSCRIPT office.. WB would call public attention to the professional card of Dr. Rabe, which ap­ pears to-day. R. I. SMITH has a few more of those el pot picture frames. THE weather has been very mild far aeve ral day*, with a tendency ta maUtora aad a fall of siow. ~TH« Sewing Society will meet with Mrs. 0. W. Shaw next Friday, p. m. and evening. Fresh Buckwheat Flour, at Maxfleld & Sutlierlands. LAST week Mr. Banks advertised hia hoara for rent and oa tha failawing Moaday a sat isfactory customer acenpiad it. Advertiaing paya. Va haar that Mr. Harris, of tha Billiard Hall, eontemplatea bailding a Una straetara aa Maia atraai next spring. Go to the New £eed Store for anything in their line. Maxfield & Sutherland. Uaion prayer and o«n f*r«noa meetings *rt bcin^ held by tha »er^r»l ohurchee this week aad they are characterized by ...

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. — 28 January 1875

'^Pn IS t-' TIIJ COQBTY Wlal«r TreiiiuteHi »l Miock. Libsrai fcwcUdj fii| npn needed. No stock should be alloiretl to lose now what they have made in the summer. On tlie contrary, tliey should be kep$ icrowing.— And they may be by proper feeding. "He becoiueth poor that dearth with slack hand" is very true In this teSpect. There must be closc attention to this matter or money is lost in feed-ami in weight of stock. D«^ioofji»dch to jurcd men or bovs.' Have exact measurements for for the feed. A box to hold three quarts should be in erery feed-bin This makes a fair allowance for one ox or horse, or for two cows, or four calves, at each feed A bushclhaaketuf fiafecuthay is an a* erage lor one horse or cow, or two calves at each feed. Thfete should be no waste but as much feed given as will be eaten up clean. Give salt regularly in small quantities of hate it accessible to the .an imals. CHOOSING BETWEEN EVILS—Rev. John Russell, in the Better Age, rrates the following, with reference t...

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. — 4 February 1875

RAftSOF ADVERTISING. 0*I EIOMTB Cttliwn, jrnr QlItlTKR n^n-UAiir v, 'j% |aw AMtraacieat |a idnact. Lu—'—1-— JYJ B. 8LOCUM, Dealer in Grain and Lumber. at C, DR. 918.00 30.00 S&5SS-S5.00 I «rda ef fva liaes tow, •*#. dollars PfF year. Editorial notions i»t«W as adv^pta## neat* p«r liao. Marriage CAROK. A. KMEH, 1**1 A uttin. M-»*«r Cnaty. Iliinwtli 1, A N VALKKN nil ltd H, eeler ia" Kftr« Machinery, Suit, C»al, Giai®, *«., *c, Ollce South Side of Li«a, Ciai» «e., Jt«, 0*$a ..Mio Sqaara. Aaalia. DALL !*'HKN('H, ATTOKNKYS AT LAW, Austin, Jklir*. Offirc in Bank Block adjoining 'Tf mript office. Collections aud other V»ai« ..* nt'coded to caret'Blly and promptly. AO S fr_. 0 TH S .15 INS. CO. N. WHEAT, M. D., 'J Howflcpathic Fhysiciaa ana surgeon. f)fice and Residence, Coiner rf St. I'tittf tDul Mill Strfttx. Jrl Anntiw. Minnesota. J. TYLER, City Auctlojtsor. L*-^r« Orders at th# Mavor'a Office. rfinSl AUSTIN. MINN. Tyj D. BEDAL, M. D. Physician and Surgeon- aad Residence, wrne of Ma...

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. — 4 February 1875

1 r$® IS A. A. HARWOOD, Editor «& Proprietor TMCMDAT MORJiING, VJip. 4. .^5, '-...•! "iJJI J. "ij. *. V««nU4MrlaV t:-iH bat If tliey believed improper means were employed in nominating the candidate, as honest men they could not support him. If they believed Mr. Ramsey's strength to have been manufactured chiefly from such material as Senatorial patronage supplies, they ought not to vote for liim. If they were satisfied that the single half man, which constituted Ramsey's majority .in the caucus, was not sufficiently significant of the will of the party to bind its representatives, tliey would have outraged their constituencies by adhering to the nominee. If they believed that the ambition of individuals, and the interest of factions, should be subordinated to the good of the country, and to the interests Of the party, they would have been false at a time when falsehood were treason, had tliey yielded to the die tilt inn of the caucus magnates. If they believed that the four-cor...

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. — 4 February 1875

THBRX \i ||,, |IJJlT^^ilwriniffr^HT THE TRAHSCKIPT OTrtOALEiSSSOTTHBcm. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNJKW, F1.B. R. I. SMCAI KoaDS mmmmmmm liasa few moreof tlioseel- antpiuturefrauies., leading into tin.- city froui variou* directum* are filled full ol snow, and wter.il b)s wiH'elapse be­ fore li c.i 11 bi* m:»«le passible. Fresh Buckwheat Flou|y*i Maxfkld & flutherlands. T.IK S. J£ lliilru.l Company !SS. re­ building the W ater Tank, recently dis troyed by fire at H.unsey. THE trains on the different roads were all suspended yesterday, on account of the storm. M. A S. deliver Flour and FM4 part ef the city. Call and *oo.theui. to be a grand If you int a nice stylish Boot, either aewed or pegged, a.id a jf-iod Fi\ go *Jtf J. SWAN'S. II. E. COLEMAN has vvitiidrawii fr. iu the agency of Hie S. Kiiiwny :t im sey, and the place is occupied by a nu.n mined Gall:^hcr. fr--.in I.:t Crosse, wo believe. Mr. COH tnan has been '«h f-iitii fel aid fiiciot't, tins 11 ii!j the full c-oi:iid« ne...

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. — 4 February 1875

!U COIDT!#MS%R. WhSt isVucecsa? Tlic answer to this question, saysione of otjr English Con temporaries, depends .. tin t|ie different mrses which men pursue, and the ends they have in The general object of pursuit is thM which most' people want—money. The money test of success ij that which they boat understand. To attain a position in society, or achieve success in a profession, othei qualities must be added to those required to work out results in material nature, be­ cause a different class of opposing forces are here encountered. They are not of the nature of those that are overcome by the engineer in the tunneling of a moun tain or the bridging of a valley but such uncertain and subtle elements as public opinion, the want of means, adverse criti­ cism, Infirmities of temper, failing in health,, imlicision of character, and oth­ er hindrances equally fluctuating, latent or deceptive. Perseverance is essential. All the perfojmances of hrman art are instances of its resistless for...

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. — 4 February 1875

THE TRANSCRIPT 113 Cftuiuy Ms an Official Paper. SnoceBa in Lile. What is succcsa? The answer to this question, saiys one of our English Con temporaries, depends on the different uirses which men pursue, and the ends they have view. The general object of pursuit is thnt which most people want—money. The money test of success is tiuu which they best, understand. To make a certain income, therefore, is among the first duties which the world prescribes- Pei^jde cr.nnot nil appreciate the poet or the thinker, tintl they esti­ mate his works accordingly by the prices which they realiz-. There are other "ide­ as of success, however, than this trading notion. The soldier seeks it in promo­ tion by deeds of valor the scholar in the discovery or enunciation of truth the po­ et in the praises of his generation the lawyer in protessional advancement the politician in the ascendency of his party and his accession to office. When Agus siz, engrossed 111 scientific pursuits, was told that lie oug...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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