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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 11 March 1875

'A I OFFICIAL PAPSB OF THS CITT. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNINt*. MARCH IV. I87* TIB coining woman—MissLillian ton. Kdgar- SEE dissolution notice of J. D. Allien & Co. HON J. S. IITOKNS of LY'E IS 10 the city. Ho lav««red us with a cull. MR. E, S. IIOPPI* Esq. Town Clerk eloet of IMeaimt Valley, fovored our Office with a call this morning! ^gy-Miss Edgarton's is a presence more eloquent than words.—Vermont Watchman. C. A. WATERMAN, a son-in-law of the Colonel, and the prince of good boj's, is ljing very sick at the David­ son lloose. VAMEP.», charged with stealing wheat fin all.r plead guilty, and was sentenced to six mouths at hard labor in the Penitentiary. jZ3®~Mis:s Edgartou was brought ont as a lecturer by Horace Greeley and has received the unqualified endorsement of hundreds of eminent clorgymoa, editors, locturers and statesmen. Ws take this method of expressing ou*i thank? to ike many persons in different pirts of the County who sent to us the re»u!ts of the late elect...

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 March 1875

.Jl&lll ISIP^ $*95% I gi* -M,-^ i* ill #1 it/ V' THE TRANSCRIPT Tte Camilla.loOMalPaR Serious Alhutoas, "Perpendicular dead men done in mar­ ble," is the epigrammatic criticism upon Yinnie Ream's statuary. "What's jography, Bill "It's tellin' offurrin lands that we know notliin' about by cute chaps that's never seen 'em." Bill got a government situation. "Why," said a Troy gentleman to a young lady vrlio refused to play on the pi­ ano, "you can play the 'Blue Danube Waltz' can't you?" "2\o," said she, "but I can play penny ante just like a little man." "Mr. Spcakah, I rise to a pint of o'dah. Dar's de man what done it," ejaculated a member of the Arkansas Legislature, as he shook one hand frantically at the gal lcry and mopped bis head with the other. "Dat dar cussed white man jes done spit down on my ball head." A red-haired lady, who was ambitious of literary distinction, found but a poor sale for her book A gentleman, in speak ing of her disappointment, said: "Her hair is red...

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 March 1875

THE TRANSCRIPT OFHCIAL PAPBB 0? RATES OF ADVERTISING. On Eiavrn Column, one eu Oi*B Qdartxb OH Halt *g B. 7-,fc^.:'Sr:'K rates ,mAll trancient in advance. dentistry J* I$AII12 A* Bus ford's Blocks Austin, Minnesota. Work exchanged for wood or duce. F. E Produce Dealer, Dealer in Grain and Lumber, at Hose inn. rjlllE RAMSEY HOUSE, JOHN E. MORRISON, Proprietor RAMSEY, MINN., At the junction of the Milwaukee Tr DR. V& -& A «rV»f ypy tlis.00 30.00 v^/ #5.00 f»• •. .'£ 100.00 tt''V -i-v ... Cards of five linos or less, five dollars Marriage notices,por cents. Special notices,si*fifty cents per line./ Legal notices at the per yew. Editorial notices intended as advertise­ ments,twelve oents line. proscribed BUSINESS* by advertisements to be paid for v^,..•* HAitDS. country pro v7n50 A. ELDER, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT, Austin,Mower County,Minnesota P,VAN ALKENBU RGH, P-ealer in Machinery,Salt,Coal, Line,Grain,Ac.,Farm Ac, Office South Public Square. Anstin,Mfau. mlS J. VAN VALK E...

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 March 1875

M- & "C, Tie Coast! bas did Pajer. A. A. lIAltWOOD, Editor ft Proprietor —AUSTIIT. MIIM.-• THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH IS, 1876 The Hone Railroad Law. Among the important features of late legislation is the law for tlie control of Itiilroads in this Wtatc. It differs from that of lust year, in two very important particulars). Whereas thajl provided for the creation of a commission composed of three members, this one provides but for single commissioner. The old law made it the duty of the commissioners— among other things, to fix upon a sched­ ule of r.otes for the transportation ot freight and passengers, for the guidance and control of each road in the State. The new law prohibits railroad companies from charging unreasonable priccs for any service whatever. The practical ef­ fect of the new law is to restore railroad companies to the same footing which they occupied before the law of last year was enacted. Then they were under obliga­ tion to carry at reasonable rales, and late l...

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 March 1875

MlwSS\"v* OWI0IA1 PAPSSO^THICITT, LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNINti. MARCH 18.1876 Calico ball to-night. "Head Dr. ltabe'g card. 7u coming woman—Miia LilliM to*. ^&Sr~Mi8s Edgarton's is a presence more eloquent than words.—Vermont Watchman. MR. C. M. FERNAI.D has gone to Maine, being called there by the serious illness of liis father. He will be absent about a mouth. Very few lcctutcrs—be they men or women —can rival Miss Edgarton. J. C. Ervin, Esq., of St. Paul, lighted up the Qood Tcuiplars' Room last Saturday night for a lccture on temperance. He bad a full Hall and some besides. THE rcccnt term of court has demonstrated the fact that the county has very efficient Sheriff in the person of R. 0. Hull. He knows bis business and attends to it. Mips Edgarton has brains as wall us ty.—N. Y. Times. W. (luxKixs is about to go to Atchison, Kansas, to build a §10.000 dwelling houro for A. S. Everest, formerly of this city. COURT lias taken a recess which will continue until next Monday...

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 March 1875

THETR .?( M m-'' omCIAli AM* or TBI «T7. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNtNtt, MARCH 18.1875 Calico ball to-night. Itnd Dr. Uabe's bard. Taxeomiag'womaa—Miss Lillian JSdgar toa. A. E. MEIGS lias been reappointed Post master of this city. 8OLIIBS A MOBGAN will aoon bare in store a full stock of spring goods, new and frcih from the Eastern market. It is expected that all the trains will resume regular trips from this point to­ day. R. I. SMITH has a few more of those el gant picture frames. IT is expected that a fine briek block will be ereoted in the spring on the corner sonth •f the Davidson House. THKKB is no bard coal in the city and there will be none until the blockade shall be rais­ ed. JG&'Miea EJgarton's is a presence more eloquent than words.—Vermont Watchman. MR. C. M. FERNALD has gone to Maine, being called there by the serious illness of his futher. He will be absent about a month. Very few lectuiers—be they men or women can rival Mis? Edgarton. J. C. Ervin, Esq., of St. ...

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. — 18 March 1875

THE TRANSCRIPT TL Conety has ao Official Pager. Item* of Interest.. A Baltimore beggar lately retired from business on a fortuno of twenty-six tUous and dollars. A man living in Midtllebury, Vt., while chopping a branch from a tree, fell to the ground and was killed. A lady in Maine, while out sleigh-riding the other day, hugged her baby so closely that she suffocated it. A Parisian inspector of police was late­ ly sentenced to fire years1 imprisonment for being an accomplice of pick-pockets. They claim to have a man in Nova 8cotia who is one hundred and seventeen years old, he having been born May 4tli, 1758. A man and his wife habitually given to intoxication were found badly frozen in St. John, N. B., a few days ago, and the woman soon died. The Scientific School of Yale College is reputed to have a magnet that weighs one thousand pounds, that "will lift ten tons when in full action." A well-known citizen of Orange, N. J., while "coasting" in the streets of that place one day las...

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 March 1875

THE TRANSCRIPT WWB? OFFICIAL P4PSB OF TEE CITY. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 0» EIGHTH Column, on* year UAI1traucient in advance. EXTER HOTEL. at Mishawaka, 0 $18.00 OK QOAITIB .: 3U.U0 0»B HALF 55.00 QXI 100.00 Cards of live linos or less, five dollars per yoar. Editorial notices intended as advcrtise taenta, twelve cents per line. Marriage notices, fifty cents. Special notices, si* cents per lino. Leg*1 nstices at the rates prescribed by advertisements to be paid for BUSINESS CARDS. DENTISTRY JO RABS) &• FIT* S. Harford's Block, Austin, Minnesota. Work exchanged for wood or country pro­ duce. vinSO A. ELDER, F. CLERK OF TUB DISTRICT COURT, Austin. Mower County, Minnesota EGrain, P, VAN VALKENBURGH, Dealer in Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, Ac., Ac. Office South Side of Public Square. Austin, Mi1**. .. ml2 B. ,T. VANVALKENBURcSH, Produce Dealer, Austin, Minnesota. W•REGISTER M.HOWE, OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, Ac. Austin, Minn., Fob. 1...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 25 March 1875

25^ t'Oft-y-if »K I^5v V^'-V-^-R 3** TL tf«LX Coaittj las it 4*-&> THE TRANSCRIPT A., A. HAItWOOD, Editor ,& Proprietor .--AUSTINl MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 25,1875 A MAX committed suicide in New York city last week by throwing himself be­ tween vast cog-wheels in a machine shop. No part. of the body was found larger than man's hand. IT is reported by the Philadelphia Times, but it seems incredible, that a for­ eigner has been refused naturalization in the Quarter-Sessions of that city "on ac­ count of being an infidel." That yarn needs confirmation. THE blood thirsty "Molly Magvures," of Pennsylvania, have again broken out in turbulence, on accouut of a color test ia the mines. Several colored men were dreadfully beaten and compelled to fly for their lives. State police have arrived on the ground. Another drift accident occurred on Saturday afternoon at or near Morris, on the St. Paul and Pacific road, main line. Two engines and a snow plow were thrown from the tric...

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 March 1875

'1 £*tMi&skxgf1 THE TRANSCBIPT OPnOIAL" PAPZE Of'THBCITT. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNINW. MARCH 25.1875 DUCK hooting will soon be in order. BEE notido of cattle herding in another col umn, Dr. Miner, of Chicago, haa a new adver­ tisement in this week's issue. Rev. Mr. Wakefield will preach at the Uui versalist chapcl oti Sabbath next* Sleighiug is getting decidedly thin, and cannot last much longer. MRS. JOBS MILLS recently suffered a stroke of paralysis. THB brisk south wind prevailing to-day, .i* dissolving tho snow very rapidly. Ii. I. SMITH lias a. few more of those el gaut picture frames. WE hear of several cases of fever in this city. It is not typhoid—it is Clack llills. Tuesday of this week, a great many of wood came into town and found sale. loads ready MRS. W. D. JAYXES expects to start for her early homo in Massachusetts, on Monday next. 1 GEO. II. HOWE, of Winnebago City, former­ ly a resident of this eity.. was in town yester­ day. WE learn that a little child of A...

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 March 1875

W'- v?^£s •*'•.' '•%-fm^^.i .. 4 h,r THE TRANSCRIPT TIj CoMty has no Official Paper. Little Rag Tag. A curly, bright bead, and porehod upon it I litle rag-tag of a brown sun-bonnet A pair of old shoes, forever untied, Whose soles have holes, whose toes xrin wide. Come tun or come shade, corao shine or «ome rata, To little Rag-tag it's ever the sauie With an air of the most supreme content She paddles and plays till the da is spent. Why people complain she never can see, When God is as good ns erer can be 8he talks to herself and laughs and sings About the world and its beautiful things But though He is geod to alt of tho rest She is very sure that lie loves her bett! Oh, how much better the world would wag If wo al! had hearts like little Rag-tag. —Clara 0. Dollivcr. THE benignant spirit should soften our treatment of certain innocent idiosyncra­ sies of men. "\\e all have idiosyncrasies which are not amiable, and yet arc not vices. They grow out of gnarlcs in the grain of our struc...

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. — 1 April 1875

f- I I V*' THE TR or OmOIiL PAPSB THI CITY. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 051 EioqTn Column, one ONB QUARTER year V-. Os* IIALP Onk «V $18.00 30.00 55.00 100.00 •,' ." Cards of ftye lines or less, five dollars per year. Editorial notices intonded as advertise­ ments, twelve cents per line. Marriago notices, fifty cents. Spcoial notices, six cents per line. Legal notioes at the rates proscribed by All trancicnt advertisements to be paid for in advanoe. BUSINESS CARDS. DENTISTRY JF, BABE,». B. S. BasforiVs Bloch\ Austin, Minnesota. Work exchanged for wood or country pro­ duce. v7n50 A.. ELDElt, F. CLERK OFTHE DISTRICT COURT, Austin, Mower County, Minnesota El, VAN VALKENBURGH, I'-ealer in Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, GAin, Ac., Ac, Office South Side of Public Square. Austin, Mi«\n. Produce Dealer, EXTEll HOTEL OblNSON HOUSE, WM. H. it A N I A I.L. LAFWKT7B FUENOn. /"I !!A.V }A LL & FRENCH, I ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Austin, Mit'ii. Ofiico in JJnnk Block adjoining To \NSCRIPT ofrice. Collect...

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. — 1 April 1875

pi |C«fd» of ftjrell»es or,less, 4 E MkrrUgt notices, ceatfi '\SpeelaI notices, six cents per line. Legal net foes at the rates presented by ,ftIi, tranoicnt adrertisemcati to Jte paid for in adrance. BV^NEHi M- DBNTI8TEY 3, 2yl iT 1' J,t MKSM KABE, ». ». S. BasforiV« Black, aAwthi Minnesota. Work exchanged, for 1 dueo. i' S-- Jjl A. ELDKR, wood or country pro •7n50 CLERK OFTHE DISTRICT COUJIT. Anstin, "Mower Coanty, Minnesota P, VAN VALKENBURGH, I'ealer in Farm Machinery, Salt, Coal, Lime, G(%in, Ac., Ac, Office South Side of Public Square. Austin, Mtaa. ml2 Jg Ji VANYAl^KENBURaH, Produce JDealer, Avsiiny ... -'. -.-, ^iOTK7 •REGISTER OP DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, Ao. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1875. 44tf EXTER HOTKL. Good accomodations for Man and Beast. TERMS REASONABLE v7m25 D» 0. PAGE, Pro. M. B. SLOCUM, Dealer in Grain and Lumber, at Rose Creek, Minn. New Lumber Yard just opened. Lum­ ber, Lath and Shingles, constantly on hand. Try m...

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. — 1 April 1875

v: THE TRANSCRIPT Ita Onlr kai»Oflctal Pvtr. IIARWOOD, Editor & ftoprietor —AUSTIN. 10N*.- mU»AT MORNIKO, APRIL 1. 1875. This mmbcr cloaca the seventh Volume mi ike Ttumnuir lhirlng Ike last three mad a kail rears, it hat kc» under our coBtrol, exclusively. While we hare en­ deavored to establish it upon a firm bus­ iness bads, it 2u» been our aim, also, to Make it a valuable proiuotor of nuhlic in. rtreats. mod especially of public morals, la politic* it has been a strict partisan.— Believing that the Republican platforms rabodj all that is known to be good, in the sckncc of civil government, it has accepted their teachings and inculcated their principles. It has criticised party candidates, and in instances where they were known to be unworthy-ignored them entirely. It has always condemned what acemed wrong, and approved that which aeeaaed wright, without regard to conse. qnencea, cither immediate or ulterior. Th« course has served to alienate some and to placate others, hut b...

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. — 1 April 1875

T«E TRANSCEIPT OFFICIAL PAP SB O? THIS CITY. LOCAL MATTERS. TJIURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 1. 1875 Shall we etbbWt* Decoration Day? Htre yos seen the new styles of Calico at Solner A Morgan's? E, I. SMITH has a fevr gant picture frames. more of those el- Seeding was commenced in Red Rook and several other towns last Monday. H. QUNX has some neat things in tho Dry Qoods line. New too. Mrs. W. D. Jaynes and her little girl start­ ed for Somerville, Mass., last Monday. II. E. COLEMAN has sold liis neat resi­ dence at Ramsey Junction to B. Vosbury. AS. TRUESDALL has everything in the line of foot gear required for the coin fart cf hu­ man animals. See advertisement of "Hill's Hog Ringer* in unotfcu column. Over 16,000,000 rings sold in two years. The ladies of the Baptist Church are basily engaged in preparing for a grand Mayday festival. RicnARBSOV MAVHKW aro cleaning their show windows. There will be something In them worth seeing in a few days. The School officers at Rose Creek want a La­ ...

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. — 1 April 1875

ipsip fk3 Coflitj lias 10 Official paper. A boy stoodwith his hands in his pockets one cold niorning, watching the burning of his school, house, and, nftcr the novelty of the thing sceaed. he ran home saying "I'm srlad the old thing is burned down, for I didn't get uiy jografy lesson no how." God is not like a proud benefactor who is content with doing that which will satisfy His sense of His own glory, but like a mother who puts her arm mound her child, and whoso heart is sore till she can make tier child see the lore which is her glory.— George Mac tionabl. According to a Cincinnati paper, John Thomas was recently sued by Hester Prim, for breach of promise. John Thomas, come into court!" shouted the constable. John Thorn as needn't come in to court me any more," said Hester, primly. We often find in one man two dis­ tinct characters, according to one of which he thinks and judges, while ac­ cording to tbe other he acts. Now, it is the acting character according to which we judge o...

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. — 1 April 1875

i' m: A boy stood with his hands in his pockets one cold morning, watching rhe burning of his school- house, and, nftcr the novelty of the tV.ing sceaed. he ran home saying "I'm glad the old thing is burned down, for I didn't get my jografy lesson no how." God is not like a proud benefactov wlio is content with doing that which will satisfy His sense of His own glory, but like a mother who puts her arm mound her child, and whose heart is sore till she can make iter child see the lore which is her glory.— George Mac t/onahf. According to a Cincinnati paper, John Thomas was recently sum! by Hester Prim, for breach of promise. John Thomas, come into court!" shouted the constable. "John Thom as needn't couie in to court me any more," said Hester, priuily. We often find in one man two dis­ tinct characters, according to one of which he thinks and judges, while ac­ cording to the other he acts. Now, it is the acting character according to which we judge of a man, for we know it to be the ...

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. — 8 April 1875

OFFICIAL PAPES OP THE CITY. RATES OF ADVERTISING, OSK EIOHTR Column, one year OVK QoilTll Oac Haw Qua B. 1 $18.00 30.00 55.00 100.00 Cards of five lines or less, five dollars per year. Editorial notices intended as advertise­ ments, twelve cents per line. Marriage notices, fifty cents. V. Special notices, six cents per line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by 'ftAll trancient advertisements to bo paid for in advance. BUSINESS CARDV. DENTISTRY Unfit)-'!'* Block, Austin, Minnesota. Work cschanged for wood or duco. F.A ELDEU, VAN A IC N 1 RG11, Produce Dealer, in. Minnesota. WM. 110WK. •REGISTER OF DEEDS, Mower Co Minn. Will examine titles, pay taxes for non­ residents, Ac. Austin, Minn., Feb. 1st, 1875. 44tf EXT Ell HOT HI, t?ood accomodations for Man and Boast. E S E A S O N A E t7b\25 D. 0. PAGE, Pro. B. SLOCUM, Dealer in Grain and Lumber, at Rose Creek, Minn. New Lumbei Yard just, opened. Lum­ ber, Lath and Shingles, constantly on hand. Try me. 30 OblNSON HOUSE, BROWNSDALE, M...

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. — 8 April 1875

aVW THE TRANSCRIPT Tte Cnitj las 10 Official Baser. A. A. HARWOOD, Editor & Proprietor -AUSTIN. MINN.— THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1875. AW AOT to prevent the maning at Urge of Cattle or other Domestic Animal* in the Connty of Mower, State of Minnesota. Bt it **act td Ay the Legislature of she State of Minfota: SICTIOX ONB. That It (hall be unlawful for any person or porcon* to allow any Cattle, Ilorsei, Sheep, wine, or other Domestic Animals larger than bheep, owned by such person or persons hare eeatrol, or nay be in possession, to run at large npon any publie highway, or upon the land* ef any other person or persons, iu the County of Blower, State of Minnesota, dur­ ing any season of the year unless they are carefully herded. SKCTIOV TWO. Any person or persons who shall violate or aegleet the provisions of the first section of this act, shall be liable for all damages that •ay ensue iu consequence of tho trespass of •neh animal er animals Provided, nothing herein contained sha...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 8 April 1875

ly SS -I ~W THE TRANSCRIPT OITICUL ?At3B Or TBI CITT. LOCAL MATTERS. THURSDAY MORNINtt. APRIL .«. 18». TMK boys are busy in the streets with marbles and balls. MB. C. M. FERNALD has returned from a visit to his friends in Maine. We have «n excellent JStnu Sewing Machine for sale. Apply at this office for Smith's Amer­ ican Organ. B. VOSBUKQ sold his farm to Mr. Mc- Cune and not Mr. Coon, as stated by us last week. TMK GEKMAK SOCIETY now has rooms «ver the store lately occupied by Austin Chase. Dea't forget that Mayday is coning, aad with it the promise ef a goed time at the Fes liraL H. H. MILLS led for McGregor last Sat­ urday, having terminated his business re­ lations here. MBMHS WARNER, CRANE, & Co., are at work on their new dam. They mean to make one that will stay. "Pleeae cum aroun and taik me to the spelling mach this evening," wrote an Onhkoshgirl to her beau. We learn that city Attorney, J. T. Ca­ rey i» about to remove to California or to Tennessee, we don't knew whic...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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