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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 February 1875

THE TRANSCRIPT QrriCIAL PAPSB 07 THE CITY. RATES OF ADVERTISING! O.H Siana Caluinn, one year Out Quartek •M HALF ON E. A. ELDKU, EXTER HOTEL. J^ GALLOWAY, $18.00 30.00 65.00 100.00 Card* if fin line» or less, five dollar* per Editorial natioes intended aa advertiae ments. Iwelre cents per line. Marriage notices, fifty cents. Special notices, six cents |er line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed bj law. ,, All trancieat advertisements te be paid fer in adrance. tIJIISiESS CARDS. CLKRK OF Till DISTRICT COURT. Austin. Mower Connty, Minnesota EGrain, P, VAN VALKENBTTRGH, ealer ia Farm Machinery, Salt, C«al, Line, Ac., Ac. Ottce South Side of Publit Square, Austin, MHn. •*12 B. J. VANVALK15NBUROH, Produce Dealer, Aut.in, Minnesota. WM. HOWK, •REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, Ae. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1375. 44tf Good accomodations for Man and B-ast. TRHMS REASONAB TC v7ai2i D. 0. PAGE, Pre. B. SLOCUM, M. Dealer ia Grain and Lumber...

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. — 11 February 1875

$r ,i -^RIV •. •. 11111 '•^V, THE TRANSCRIPT Tks Cautj basaQ Official Faver. -AUSTIN. MINN.- tlUKSDAY MORNINO, FEB. 11.187$ DOHVELLY. This man has opened his mouth against everybody who refuses to accept his theo net, or to labor for bis political advance­ ment Re has alledged corruption as tk« characteristic feature of the*Republi­ can party, and bribery as the most ef­ fectual means of approach to its mem­ bers. His denunciation of opponents has been universal and bitter in the ex Una*. Not a single one has escaped the venom that issues from his foul mouth. To bim they were all'alike—animated corruption. Retribution is sometimes swift and ter rible. Last Friday, while this dema­ gogue was denouncing in the Senate, the lobby exploits of Bill King, the St. Paul Dispatch was placed before his eyes. With startling head-lines it displayed the statement that in 1869, while a member of Congress from this State, Donnelly re­ ceived certificates of stock to the amount of $200,000, and a no...

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. — 11 February 1875

hw THE TRANSCRIPT OmCIMi PAPER 0? TH2 CITY. LOCAL MATTERS. THiRSDAY MOKKIKU. FrB. 11. IW» It. ItSmith lias a few more of those el. gani picture frames. Wk have received the report of nearly ev­ ery State Department for ivluch we extend thank* to ll«». J»1 S. Ir^es?. Win, Parsan» lecureU id Her. W. our usu lusi::e 'ac!i evening v.t in the 1-Misj ru.t. Any one w.t i:incr can b'j ne.ominod »t TK\XSCItirT ume of this city last Mon day evening iai h.M the credit of having fully uiet tbe «i|)ixt«tii ns of a mast fastidi­ ous and critical audience. L. Saunders will lecture at Jones' Hall on Tuesday evening, Fcbruaiy 16-h inst. Suljct: W and Humor, or The Philosophy ol Laughter. Oralis and utipies at Maxfiol I & Sutherland's, Mill Street. 'A 45 Vj receive regularly the Western Farm Journal, published at DesMoines. Iowa. It ii a model paper, valuable beyond its cost. It should be circulate! very extensively. Subscription price $2.15 per year. Mr. M. Slooiira, "f ^e Creek, called ysterlay...

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. — 11 February 1875

'v ••I?- •-k •:£/. 1, mm- THETRAIfSCTRIPT oracuL fapmotjsaa out. •rrrr LOCALS ATTEBS. TH1RSUAY MORNINU, Ft B. 11. 1W» ?N*W ADfK*TI8KMEKTBr-L^t, SUOl mona, Probate Notice, Board of Trad® R. IC SMITH has few more of those el jant picture frames. I !•. •. I7i h*rt received the report of nearly ov* ery Stat* Department lor which wo extend thank* to H»n. Join S Irgeas. on* and critical audience TKAXSCUIPT •m/f. VD, Par*on* leeurcU in this city hutMon day eveuiug and has the eredit of having lecture ol the Reading Room fully met »ho expectati as ot a mast fastidi- Her. W. L. Saunders will lecture at Jones' Hall on TH«! cmint, Februaiy lB'h ia«t. Subject: W-.t and llumor, or The Philosophy of Lsaghter. Or«h|!i siid »t Maxfieltl & Sutherland's, Mill Street. 45 Wc reeeiv* regularly the Western Farm Joaraal, published at DeaMoiaes. Iowa. It ii a model paper, valuable beyond its east. It should bo circulate! very extensively. 8ub*oription prioe #2.15 per year. Mr. V. Slooutn, ofRi-ieCreek,...

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. — 11 February 1875

•v. THE TRANSCRIPT Tha Countyta no Gfflcia) Paper. OUR HARVKSTER. As soon as It was rumored that we were intending to build harvester for the sea too of 1875, we commenced receiving in­ quiries from all parts of the country, if it were a fact, and ft-hat would the ma­ chine be like. Why should there be so much curiosi­ ty arooug the farmers of the West in re­ gard to tliis matter? The answer is apparent to all who know our history in the trade. Our reputation as builders of first-class implements is so thoroughly established, ana the superior quality of the workman­ ship in our machinery so well known, that farmers are convinced that when we build any particular kind of machine, it will, beyond peradveuture, be far ahead of anything of the kind before produced. Bo, therefore, they wished to ascertain certainly if we were intending to build a harvester that they might wait for one of our well-made mechanically-constructed machines, and not be obliged to buy one of the flimsy contriva...

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. — 18 February 1875

'Jf- lft A KLI)Kit, S THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPEB OF TBS CITY. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Oxc 13IGNTB Column, on® year O.MK QUARTKlt O.Mt llALr OxK KXTER HOTilL $18.00 30.00 65.00 100.00 Cards of five linos or less, fivo d#ll*rj per year. .. Kditirial notices Intended as ndrertiae inents. Iwulve cents per line. Marriage notices, fifty coats. Speciiil notices, six cents per line. Legal noticcs at the rates prescribed by All trancieat advertisements to bo paid for in tdvatcc. fc5t:SlSi:*fc C'AKIIK. :LKRKOFTHK DISTRICT COUHT. Austin. \|««*er County. Minnesota |^i 1, VAN VALK3XKI Kti 11. J. esUer in Farm Machinery. Salt, C«»tl, L-.uie, Urnta, Ac., Ac. OPie* Soutb Side -lie Stinare. Austin. B. .J AN A iiK i.N1l ilf II 1 in v\ ProdiK'e Ofal*'*!*, W i\fililtrs"tn 7 1. HOW K. 'NEGISTi-R OF DEKHS, Mower Co Mi no. Will examine titles, pay taxe- f«r non -r«incirs, Ac. Austin, Minu., Feb. 1st, IS7f. 44tf jccomoil.i'ions for Man and asf. i: li IZ A S N A v7w2i D. O. PAOK. Pr.K M. is. sLonui. Deiile...

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. — 18 February 1875

THE TRANSCRIPT Tlti Conoty Ms Official Paicr. HO A. A. IIAKWOOD, Editor & Proprietor -AUSTIN. MINN- THURSDAY MORNTN't, FEB. IS, 1875 The Sonatorship. By the concurrent agreement of their respective friends, Mr. Rauisey and Mr. Davis were withdrawn from the contest, on Friday last. The votes of the Repub­ licans on the following day were divided piincipally between Mr. Washburn of Minneapolis, and Mr. Cole of Faribault, Mr. W., having an average of five majori­ ty. Yesterday Senator Wells of this County, voted for Mr. Locliren, the Demo­ cratic candidate, as did also Mr. Wheeler, a Liberal Republican not having acted, previously with that wing. We have not learned the vote of to day but fears are entertained by some that the democracy will elcct their man. We have never thought such an event possible, nor do *re now, although a few days at the Capitol has convinced us that this contest has generated a degree of personal feeling nearly as strong as any ever inspired by political c...

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. — 18 February 1875

THE TRANSCBIPT OFFICIAL FAPSB OF TEE CITY. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORN IN O, PUB. 18. 1S75 11.1. SMITH has a few more of those cl gant picture l'ramca. PROF. W. S. PATTIE will lccturo at Joaes' Hall, March 5th. WEDXESDAY we had no mail, the roads were drifted full of snow again. WE publish this week, the proceedings of the Mower County Council, 1*. of II. THECounty Commissioners will meet Ht the Court House on Tuesday, the 2d TEEN- JJ THE snow blockades on the Southern Minnesota ltailroad have been raised, and trains are a"tin running on time. FARMERS report the roads leading into the city to be in very bad condition, the snow in many places being drifted to the depth of several feet. N train on the Burlington road lias reached this city lor more than a week, ami there is 110 telling when there will be a train thrmiirh. If you want a nice stylish Boot, either sewed nr pegged, and a -oil Fit, go to oolf J. SWAP'S. THE mask ball at Junes llall on lust Friday evening was not, in ltoin...

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. — 18 February 1875

V"- go T*it THE TRANSCRIPT —How ilrurjr «c«ras eaoh honr. As it slowly, iltwl |»«i, To the nian who sits in nngaiih With a boil upon bte nose. John Ilcnry wants to know if the Ohlo lottery law prohibits marriages. The financial pressure is loosening. Kvea the days arc not as "short" as they were. In some of tlie new styles there are no change. Poor relatives are cut the same a* last year. Silas Card was married the other day and on hia wedding notices were the words: "No cards." But he dosen't know what might happen. "What station do you call this?" said a man as he crawlcd out of the debris of a railroad sma3li-up. "Devastation," re­ plied the conductor. A Scotch divine recently praying, said: "Q Lord, give unto us neither poverty nor richen, and pausing solemnly a moment, he added, "especially poverty." "I hate anything that occupies more »pacc than it is worth," said William XIazlitt "I hate to see a load of band­ boxes along the street, and I hate to see a parcel of Ityg words w...

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. — 25 February 1875

OM llALr oxk s«ts® THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THS CITY RATES OF ADVERTISING. Oji Eighth Column, on* year OS»B dartkr jyj- K. SLOCUM, $18.00 30.00 55.00 100.00 Cards of five lines or loss, five dellars per jear. Editorial noticcs intended as nents. twelve cents per line. advertise- Marriage notices, fifty cents. Special noticcs, si* cents jer line. Li-gal noticcs at the rates presonbed by ^All trancieat advertisements to be paid for in advance. ISlTSI3 F. A €AR1S. KIdkk, fl.EKK OF THE PISTRICT COURT, Austin. Mxffer Cownty. Minnesota i\-Van VALKISNIH)RG11, I j. enleria Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, »rain, Ac., Jfcc, Office South Side »f l4.ii»lic Square. Austin, Wh«. A N A N 1 I Produce Dealer, Ana, in, Minnesota. M.HOVVK. •KE«1STER OF DEE1»S, Mower Co iiun. Will «xaiuine titles, pay taxes for non re*i4ejts, Jte. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, lS7f. 41tf EXT EH. HOTEL. Onod accomodations for Man and ast. MS REASON A E vTm25 D. O. PAGE, Pro. Dealer in Grain and Lumber, at Pose Cree...

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. — 25 February 1875

THETRANSCftlPT T& Coiatj Official Paper. A. A, llAR'VOOD, Editor & Proprietor -AUSTIN, mm.- THURSDAY MOP.NING, FEB. 25. «S75 PoliticKl. The result of tlic recent Senatorial con­ test. is a grand victcny ia the interest of iU-fJUbHcsnism, and will be acccpted as the Imvbingtr of better things. A few men tinder the leadership of Mr. Rauney assumed the right to control the party and to define the terms upon which acccss to official position might be had. To sup I»ort iheir authority they brought into requisition the vast power of Federal pat­ ronage, and employed it universally,— subsidizing all opponents actuated by mercenary motives, and pursuing with the besom of destruction every nan who resisted their march of conqucst, or their •work of spoliation. The return of Mr. Ramsey to the United States Senate, would have given to the St. Paul Press and its confreres another six years lease of po­ litical franchises hence they did all in their power to perpetuate themselves in offi...

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. — 25 February 1875

THE TRANSCRIPT OFFICIAL PAPEE OF THE OITT. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORN INU. FKB. 25. 1875 SEE the Notice of CITY Election. WOOD WANTED, at Bairds. 47-2t Rev. L. Hall, of this city, will preach at Brownsdnlc next Sibbath. R. I. SMITIT has a few more of those el gant picture frames. THK Union TIIE Meeting will be held ftt Jouti' Hnli next .vabball» evening. For School Books and Writing Material, go to Bairds. SEE Kiclrudson & Mivyliew's new vertisemcnt. quarterly will be held nt the Sabbath. will be at ad MR. JAMB? TRUK«DRLL still continues to »cll Soots an shoe* at greatly reduced pri­ ces to make room fur his spring stock. Orancrs and apples at AluxfieM & Sutherland's, Mill Street. 45 TUB Stato Superintendent of Public In­ struction will apportion the School Fund on Monday next Crac'- cd" wheiit. rye fl'mr, pearl bar­ ley, pop crn. etc at Maxfield A Suth­ erland's, Will Street. 45 meeting of the M. B. Church Chapel in this city next Rev, W.C. Rice, Presiding Elder, present ...

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. — 25 February 1875

VUMI 1 Tte Unit! to 1..-BSSHHC ID Oficial Pajer. 8eriou» Allusions. The Louisianliuis are asking Congress "What are vou going to do with us?" and echo answer*—"Dubious." They say that Vinnie Keam warbles like a canary, She ought to sing well, there are twenty choirs in a Ream. Forty thousand Northerncrsthis season are meandering atong the banks oi the Florida lagoras, and trying to appear as if. they weven't afraid of aligators. Why is the ited Sea red? is a painful problem troubling The Cincinnati Com­ mercial just now. It would be much ea­ sier id answer than why in the Old 8cratch is the Commercial read. There is a good joke on a school pro­ fessor in Paris, 111. In the summer he went to Chicago to attend some sort ot an educational meeting, and retiring for the night, he found that the room was rather close, and had his room-mate to get up and open the window he found the win dawbut -could not raise it, so the profes­ sor told him to knock a pane out he did •o, ind returned to b...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 4 March 1875

URATES OF Osi Kiohti €*twtftt an* «ir t)II QU*WTH%™gi& 0%H*i.r oik j. ji Man-tags n, tices, ®fV If F. A KliDEIt, C, »j«scuii,t 1 Msg** tis.oo so.no 55.00 100.00 Ire Hntjs or ie^, five dollar* pep, jc»r. •••-••. Klitorial notice* intended as advertise­ ments. *«lv» cent# ner line. ,T a*"1** (a* "A* Ji&'tfed'ir- CLERK OFTHE DISTRICT COURT. Austin. .M»w«rCo*tity.Minti«*sot» 1,1 l\ AN A liK^NHl) IUJ II, J. eateria KarniMschin wry, Salt, Cmil, )Lime, (irain,Jfcc., lo. Oflle* South Sid* of Public Soiuare. Auntin, Hi? 4. VANV\\LKiIN IUJRtJH, B. Produce Dealer, Auxin, i/ivnenotu. WM. HOWK. •REGISTER 0FDEE18, Mower Co Minn. Will examine.titles, pay taxes for non resi'ieuM, Aj.^ Austin, Mihti.fFeb. Ht, l87f 4ttf KXTKR HOTKL. ttood accomodations for Mas and ast. TKMMS REASONAB E v7m24 D. 0. PAGE, Pro. M.B- SLOCUM, Dealer in Grain and Lumber, at Fo.«e Creek, Minn. New l.umbei Yard just opened. Ljw fcor, Lath and Shingles, constantly on hand. Try me. 30 ObTKSON HOUSK, BROWNSPALK, MINN. O...

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 March 1875

& ma I ^5»ff»r£o ,w 33*55 J" SA:ir- 1'' JiF~.• 5 *¥:•it 'i !fc Looking WIKOOSIn, Pililngr •nil •in 4. A. HARWOOD, EtUtorA Proprietor 6 -Airsm lam*.- Mi TIORSDAT MORNING, MARCH l»75 CORDIIL. Appreciating tliccandor and"trathfal. BCSB of a paragraph laudatory of UoYer itor Daris, Senator Armstrong and Gen* eral Hubbard,—It being part of an edito­ rial conlamcd in last weck'3 TMKSCKOT, the St. Paul Press ofTuesday, very kind­ ly copied the same, and in the estimation of the gentlemen named, contributed to Us value by appending a lengthy leader. OT course it is unnecessary to state that the Press editorial was denunciatory of tike parties. Itais only upon that suppo­ sition that tlicy derive any benefit from what the Press says. Closing Out. The Legislature will finish the work of the session to-night at 12 o'clock, and at noon to-morrow will make a final adjourn­ ment. We expect soon to publish the general laws for the benefit of our readers who will then be able to judge of the va...

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 March 1875

7 .A*1 Ap THE TRANSCRIPT omctii. mssorTzx E&tigfied V- CITY. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNINU, MARCH 4. 1875 School "«L#port Names of pupils tardy in Austin Gra­ ded Schools for the month ending Feb ruary 26,1875. maa SCHOOL. Jessie Haynes 2 Olive Crane M» Thompson Angaria Biird S Marion Tubba Ilia Hitter Eva Fen tun Total FIRST ISTIUinUTI. Anna Qleason Total 1 SECOND IMTKRHRDIATB. A. Btade HH SKV the Notice of City Election. ..„ THIRD PRIM ART. Charlie Davidson Anna Stide 3 George Dugan S Nieholata XloholansoB Willie liuanelt 2 AKi ffond 9 2 Mary Jaooht S Kddie Morgan William Adams Ellsworth Watts Oscar Wold Joseph Swan W illiam Stockman tiertiebherwood 2.- Total 12 TTKST PRIM AST, Lillie Simpson 2 Charlie Buokron Bridie Jacobs Ole Qually. Total PRIMARY". Charlie Newman Willie Simpi'ia 2 Bailie Oleson Lyman Sherwood 2 Harry Lewis I Total SECOND George Corning Nellie Dearborn Ollie Lewis A Willis Newman Earnest Saohso 2 Maggie Sachso Total 24 S Total JAMES J. DOW, Superintendent ...

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 March 1875

4J*9h mt" CHlUHpsu* *g^ .. -V^VV-sg ^11?i Xleaf masoaa, plcMe let me have the baby! Little seres yean VA \i Lifted op white hands athrill with ynniajj. Eyes brim full of tears. B«t{tki Mother knew the preeUnsborden Sought with eager lip* Would weigh down ihe arms that longed to elasp it, And the joy let slip C«u|e no^e sorrow than the joy withholden, -, S« with lips that smiled kf And the tears and teasing done ahe aniwered, No,nyohiid. We are children, asking of our Father Often through our teara, Blessings that would prove to he but burdens Far beyond our years Lifting op white hands athrill with yearning, Praying with white tips For a boon so great he da^e not grant it, Lest the dark eelipse Of oar joy let elip because of weakness Drive us irom Him, wild, 80 he draws us nearer, nearer, saying, "No, my child." Wit and Humor- AQ unsatisfactory meat—Domestic broil. V." What is it which has a mouth and uer er speaks, and a bed and never sleeps? A river. Mice fatten slowly in church. ...

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 March 1875

s.'S^&'sr?^ i- tr ^§T v£-" I Tv4^ ti. m-s z'Mtlik W*Tt We ara ohildrea, uki«{ |f '''^Kll*** 3s: b*M tr} Hi it^MtSagurllpa i® •J 1st slip 3SfSW& Wr&«4»>M»qt *rMk *9* put It, ^i^fl l**t the dark eoltpsa •t '^I^SOfW joy let *lip bacaUM of WMkMtl Drivo nl lioai His, wild, •, f'&8e he draws as abarfcr, iiuir, sajtaf^ tolffljHPb+m&ir, U,U ii Wit KS4 Iiaori •. As unsatisfactory, oieat—Domestic ^biroli. •. Whatis itw&ich has a mobtfr and nev* •r speaks, and abed and never sleeps? A. •1M, '%?& Mice fatten slowly in churcb. They «an't live on religion any more than Inta Jsterscao. A Texas damsel has sued an admirer for breaking her nose while trying to: ki»her against her will. $/- The Marquette Mining Journal man has a frozen ear, frost-bitten foot and a lame leg, and yet he is as funny and sun shiny as the owner of six coach dogs and a bank-book. v. Helen was proud, said an Indian wid *wer of his last wife, and shewssa great worker. You ought to have stood by ...

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. — 11 March 1875

THE TR11 omoiAx. una or om. RATES OF ADVERTISING: 6*a Eioat* Column, on* year ORR Qoartc* 0»i Half ",, OXK Cards of Sre lines or less, ftvo d»ll»n year. Editorial notifies intended ments. twelve eents ner line. PHILIPAgentWHENCE. $18.00 S0.00 55.00 100.00 Marriaga n-itices, flfty eents. ., Sptoial notices, six oents per line. Legal notices at the rates All trancieot adrertisements to bo paid for ia advance. BUSIMRKS CARDS. "P A. ELDER, Cl-KBK OF THE DISTRICT COURTS Austin. Muwer County, Minnesota E. P, VAN VALKENBURCrH, ealer ia Farm Machinery, Salt, Goal, Lime, Grain, Ac., Ac. Ofleo South 8ide of Public Square. Austin, MIm. ml2 & J. VANVALKENBUROH, Produce Dealer, Am HSi'iii, Minnesota. w., M. HOWE, 'REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, Ac. A«sti», Minn., Feb. 1st, 187ft. 44tf EXTER HOTEL. Good accomodations for Man and Beast. TF/HMS REASONABL E v7m25 D. O. PAGE, Pro. M.B SLOCUM, Dealer in Grain and Lumber, at Rose Creek, Mibo. Ne...

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. — 11 March 1875

si"5 A. JL HASWOOD, Editor & Proprietor -jjnm.mm.- THURSDAY MORNIWO, MARCH 11. »875 POLITICAL. Tho tone of the newspapers through­ out the State it suck «s to inapire the belief that the election of Chief Jus tiee MeMillni to the Unit*] States Senate, trill IIHVO the effect to restore confidence in Republican management, ami unite the party moro firmly than it ha* been for Mveral years. Recent developments shored the existence of corruption so cxtcm«ivo and so wicked as to startle the rnassvs, and awaken them to a seme of the danger with which public interests were menaced. The most casual inquiry diselofied the fact that the Ramsey coterio was re­ sponsible for nil the abuses of which the party complains. Tho Munch and the Secger, and the Mollraih corrup­ tion was each an element, of the Ram­ sey party administration, and Bill King, whether innocent or guilty, has always stood by the old man." Things were so damaging to his cause that it could not be sustained. Considered up­ o...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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