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I t'l'.J.IHIIKD EVEUy ^lIVUhPA AT
Austin, Mower Gonnty, Kinnesota*
Geo.
W.
Wright,
Editor
TVS Q? Alt VEHTISMQ
I*. 2w. 1 ui. 2m. 3m. 6».
sq'r OTA l.flO 1.50 2.00 2.60 4.00
Column 2 5P 4.0P 0-00 10.0012.0016.00 25.00
1 .. 4 tf.' W10.0n$.n0 20.00 25.00 45.00
(i„ 6f»0 h.vV 15.00 25.00 35.00 45.00 80.00
Basilioss cards per year One Dollar per
-All religious and charitable notices insert
mi Tree, also notices of Deaths and Marriages.
Legal advertisements Seventy-live ocnts
xrr square for the first insertion, and Thirty
"••vrn and one half cents for each subsequent
n-ertion payable before affidavit is given.
—Transient advertisements payable in ad
noe. Other advertisements according to
,*«n tract.
—Advertisements not marked, published till
rt.id and charged accordingly.
^usinrss (Cards.
IX
A. barnk8.TI, b.
HtYxtciuWand NargcM.
04m unil residence, corner Mill and High
streets, Austin) Minnesota (n2 ly.)
»:"n. wiieat. m. d.
9l .HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN .4 SUB
OKON,
'ilico and Resiilendo on the Corner of Mill and
1'iiul St. Austin, Minn. 40t
Jan. 12th, 1809.
OW.
GIBSON, M. P., PHYSI
cian and Surgeon, Austin, Minn. Office
mil residence on Wvter street.
Austin, April 30th, 1868. n3-ly
pAGE & WHEELER, ATTOR
lioys at Law and Dealers in Real Estate,
i'ertified Abstracts of Title to any Lands ip
Mower county, given on short notice.
up stairs in Bank Block, Austin, Minn. n2
HnBRMAX TACB. «. 0. WW"*'
GW.
BISHOP,
General Agent, Austin, HhiMMk
Lands bought and soh) on Commission, "&e.
Office on the corner, awtk of the Coart Bona*.
44 tf
S"
WALLOW CLARK, LAW,
LAND and PftLLfcCTION OFFICE, in
Bavford's Brick filo^lj, corner Main |fd Bridge
Stc., Austin, Minn.
IO.
OF G&%JXKGREETEMPLE,
Sxeelsior ladgt No. S, meets onoe in two
wei k«.on Tuesday evening at 7:30.
0. ALLENj D. T.
BEST
J. T. PICK, v*. S*e.
QUALITY
o*p
WOODEN
PUMPS, constantly on hand, bjr Q. A.
TRUESDKLL, at Austin. Htf
Austin, July Iltb, 1868.
ARCHITECT
AND BUILDER.
GEO. JOHNSON would respectfully an
nounee to the eitisens of Austin and vicinity
',hat he is now prepared to attend to all orders
in his line. Drafting don* and estimates made
on short notice. Will take contracts and ereet
buildings of all descriptions. Charges reasona
ble and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop on Bridge
•treet, Austin, Minnesota. 38 tf
O. OP G. T.—THE LANSING
Lodge No. 150, I. O. G. T., meets erery
Kriday evening, st Templars Hall.
J. E. ROBINSON. V. C. T,
W- BENTLY* W. S..
LEROY BUSINESS CARDS.
CASWELL
HOUSE,
D. CASWELL, Proprietor.
'or. Main Broadway, LeRoy, Minn.
GOOD STABLING ATTACHED.
vSnlyl,
SflRASK'S HOTEL,
J. TBASIC, Proprietor,
LeRoy,
P'Heavy
Vj
Minnesota.
Refitted, Refurnished and good.Lirery. Board
by the day or week. v2n2yl
IORBITT & ALLEN—Dealers in
A-Shelf Hardware, Stores, Tinware,
iiouse Furnishing Goods, Ac.
Corner Sfajn, SUqet. Er pad way, LeRoy,.
Minn, l.Qtf
... i.
and
Proprietor.
TERMS, Ahcayt in Advance.
fW Copy, one year $2.09
ftixtaonths I-##
three months 5#
y-
On sq'r OTA 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.60 4.UW 6.00
Twn 1.00 1.2« 2.00 3.30 4.50 0.00 10.00
Three 1.50 2.00 4.00 6.00 8.00 8.00 1.1.00
.Mir 2.00 2.50 3.A0 0.00 8-00 10.00 16.00
Up.
holstercd and Common Furniture.
Main St.. LeRoy, Minn. lOtf
ALL O. K.
The old O. K. 'Barber is now in the town
Austin and will remain with you. He is ready
.-• do work in his line of business.
/lair Dressing, ITair Dyeing, Shaving
mid Hair Cutting
that can't help lint satisfy all who eall on him
!'»r work, no will bo iound at the sign of
0. K.." on Mill St. E. PAINE.
'Sfitf
ITY BAKERY.
J. H. McCLENTIC.
\Vi.«hcs t» inform the pnblie that at his ba
Vi.rv on Mill Street may be found everything
(Hut ia usually kept in a fiast class Bakery.
He manufactures and keeps constantly on hand
aSenersl'itssortment of plain eandies. Farm'
eft rui'l uthors will And this a desirable plaee
o'atuiu a luneh as he intenda.to pay particular
n'tention to this branch of business.
Mill Struct, Austin, Minn.
$100.00 I *100.00!! $100.00!!!
For jco ft roen Reppa, Parlor Suite, eonsist
ig of I Tcte. 1 Eusy C'huir, 1 Sewing Chair,
Uraco Ann Chairs of the rery best Eustcrn
njnnut'iicturcd ware. The above cannot be
bought in Milwaukee or Chicago at the very
jvrrst wholrsalo pri.'O, for lc^s than *93,OO
'Veventure the assertion that we are selling
•lose suitvs at least $20,00 less (ban similar
yle» can ko bought at ret ill in either of the
»'t phic, ^. SuriX SU1TKS (O-NTOUT DURI.IO
I Flh VAST TIIHKK UOiTflH.
IIO^INS A FERNALD,
Dealers ii^luu.tuic-, liotldtng, eta., Austin,
Minjiosfc&n.
j. IIAYES,
WATCH
MAKER,
JEWELER,
Ml wrrk WARRANTED.
Mtiin »'stin Minn. v2n22ly.
1'
A N VALKENBURGH,.
Will pay
S I N I E S
roti
WHEAT OATS
Ac., At|h9
NOIITJI VAREHOU3fi
IN LANSING. 26yl
ottwrffl.lfatwmjit
AUSTIN, MINN., OCTOBBR 21, 1860.
Met.
FOR CHIEF JUSTICE SUPREME COURT,
C.O. RIPLEY,
OP FIIMOKB.
FOR GOVERNOR,,
HORACE AUSTIN*
OT NlCOjLVVT.
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR.
W1LIUH II. VALE,
or
WINOSA.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
HAWS MATTSODT,
or MKKKBIt.
FOR AUDITOR OF STATE,
CHARLES SIclLKATH,
or xicoutr.
FOR STATE TREASURER^
EMIL MVIKVH^
OF PIXE.
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
f. ft* E. f4|RNELL,
an*
FOR CL^RK OF SUPREME COURT,
8|ie(|wKID HOUGH,
OT BAMSBT.
Republican Legislative Ticket
FOB STATE SENATOR.
FOB REPRESENTATIVES.
€1. T«lftr.
A.
SefftVJcaa County Ticket.
FOB COUNTY TREASURER.
J. IlfOWk
FOB CLBRlt Off DISERICT COURT,
U-. Atkcrtoa.
FOB COURT COMMISSIONER.
Ik O- WkMkr.
fOB COUNTY COMMISSIONER—District
No.—.
W«rfc Voir Ticket.
Lefc «tcjj Republican be at the polls
on Taeaday the 2nd., day of November,
and voto the Straight Republican Tick
et. See that every voter is oat. Go
early and work untill tho polls close.
The Am*
ike Ceaatt*
tatlea.
Two very important amendments to
onr State Constitution are to be voted
On at the Coming November election
One is to abolish the conwty of Mujmk
ipin, and: tnak% it paft oV county of
Anoka. Xb? vot«»o^ thjs. amendmiQA
will be 09, a separate ballot, tluia::
Amendment of Article XI, of the
Constitution—' Yea," or No," as. (fee
ease qiay be.
The county of Manomin comprises
sayjs the St. Paul Prets, about half a
townphip of land, very sparsely settled,
haying only some thirty odd voters, i$
too nmall to support a county organisa
tion,, and. hag always bcen, run,in the
intenest and. foe the benefit of one man.
The other proposed amendment is to
section 1, article 9, of the Constitution
to be amended so as to read as follow
Section 1. All taxes to be raised in
this State shall be as nearly equal as
may be, and all property ou which tux
es are to be levied shall have a cash
valuation and be equalised and uaiforin
throughout the State Provided, that
the Legislature mayt by general law or
special act, authorize- municipal cqrpo-.
rations to levy a»se»»v^ici\t». for, local im-.
provtwents upon thfi property /ranting
npou such improuenipnt*, qr vpon the
property to be benefitted by such im
provemtnt without regard to a ca»h val
uation and tn cqch] a, vwnncr as the
Lcgulatnre may prescribe.
The language in italics constitutes
jtl)c proposed amendment..
This amendment does wferequire, a
sejvairate ballot. It is sufficient to write,
or jprint, or partly write or print, em
th$. general
.ticket, as follows.:-^
Amendment o/ Sectim One, ArticU
Nine of the Couititntion—Yra," (or.no
as the case may be)..
In closing, ait.article on:thi|. subject
the Stf, P^ti4 Pren.sajs "-We trust
that tho importance of this.amendment
to all our cities an,d tpwng, and to all
cities andttowns, and to all villages that
expcct to .b^cpmfl corporate towns, will
enlist the .efforts of their eitisens in pre-,
venting it frpm failing from mere neg
lect to vote,.
Though those of our citizens out
side of corporate limits have only
neighborly interest in the local improve
ments of the towns where they trade
with perhaps some self-interest in bet
tor grades and sidewalks to facilitate
their movements when they go a mar
keting, we trust these considerations
will be sufficient to secure their co-ope
ration.
There is, of courso, no doubt tliut
nearly all the votes cast upon the
Amendment will bo for it, as no one
has any interest in voting against it
but, inasmuch as there is some doubt
whcth«r the Constitution does not. re
quire, in .order to ensure the adoption
of a Constitutional Amendment, that
it should have a majority of all the
votes cast at the ejection on thc gotieral
ticket, it is highly, important that, vigo
rous efforts should be made to Becure
for this Amendment votes epough to
jneet this requirement"
Ont for Bogus Tlekelfl.
Ah this will be the last paper which
will reach many pf out readers before
electipn day, we wis to warn them
against BOGUS TICKETS. Besure
your tickets are all right before offering
them at the pojls, and see tii.it
your neighbors have the genuine Re
publican Ticket.
Tho Wascca News says a pelican
was shot at that place recently^ the
wings oi which measured eight feet
from tifl,to tip.
Mca«aber Thla.
Our Candidates for Representatives
are, W. G. Telfcr, and H. A. Brown
for Treasurer John S. Irgens Clerk of
the District Court John F. Atherton
See that thoso names are on your tick
ets before you vote them. Be at the
polls oarly.
Our C^n4idateii,
At tho editorial head of to-day's }pa'
per will be found the nominees of the
republican Convention. They are goo#
true, and faithful Republicans, well
qualified to discharge the duties of the
offices to which they have beeu aovnu
ated, and we urge upon each repub
lican to give them a hearty support.
Vote the entire ticket, without a scratch.
Leave you,r local prod unices, if you"
have ai^y, at home on election day go to
tho VfitU only one object in view,
a&d let that be to secure the election of
each of the candidates upon our ticket.
The Conventions have done their duty.
They have given you honest, temperate
and true republicans men who stand
high in the estimation of all good eiti
zeus where they are best known. No*r
it is for you to do your duty. That
you will, we have no doubt. Gq(o, the
polls eat ly and see that your neighbota
are there, and that they have and vote
the whole ticket, on the aeoon^ ty? of
November next.
Rmn^
The Mioueapoli* Tfribwe says
George BuekfenA yoang lad about
sixteen yeaw of age, residing near
Rockfor4 on Wednesday, while out
shootinggeese, his gun accidentally burst
shattering his left hand in a very
vera manner. Dr. A. F. Elliot, of this
city, went up yesterday and dressed,
the wonnd, and is of the opinion tfe&t
his hand will be saved.
C. Comkb, the nominee fo* State
Auditor on the Temperance, ticket, pub
lishes a letter in the St. Paul Press of
the 16th inst, closing as follows:
"lama Republican, find have been
such continuously since the orgaization
of the party, and am not among the
number who think that the ends for
which the Republican party was organ
i«Ai aj.g «ii •»*A»»»»»I{«KOJ J*
the great rebellion is crushed our
axmedi e«eiubs aae va«i^usb«cb^ the
shackles hate been stricken fcouv th&
sla,ve^ and many form's effected yet
uvufth labor cemains foe the Republican
pasty tp perfotjm bofoae it willi auswen
A A a
to allow, oujc enemies to ndie the teios
of government into their hands. I do
not consider it safe to try the experi
ment at present, even in the free and
enlightened, State of Minnesota. I re
gard the putting in,non ination of a Third
or Temperance ticket at present as un
timely, quite premature and unwise,
and I most respectfully decline the
honor of being your nominee tor the
office of State Auditor."
TllE Red Wing Argus says Siuton
Bannerman, who lives six miles from
Red Yv ing, from four acres bf ground,,
measured, harvested this season, 1.96
bushels of winter wheat according- to
thresher's measure.. In, cleaning up,.it
measured 23Q bushels, an average of
57 bushpjs, tp the acre.
Tho ^ubasha Herald of the 30th ult,
record, the usual stabbing affray at
Read's Landing. This time it. was a
raftsman v^o was- stabbed! instead, of
th^ reverse,.na.ia usual in such oase&
Tjhe Stf Cloud Journal says the
wheat crop,in, th?t. region has not been
injured by the llte eapcaiive rains as
much, as was anticipated. The corn
erpp, issOi\e of the best ever raised in
the State*.
The ManUato Union says the Wino
na.aqd St..Peter railroad is finished to
Janesville, sixteen miles from Mankato,
the first train having been run to that
place last Saturday.
The St. Cloud Journal publishes a
table, compiled from reports of Asses
sors, which- shows that the value of,
farm products of Stearns county,, fcr.
1868, amounts to 8530,99^3.
The Rochester Post records the death
of Mr. Kilroy, of New Haven, on the
27th ult. He was in a skiff at Ge
noa, conveying a little girl across the
river, and, when about starting off,
dropped an oar. Reaching over to re
cover it he lost his balance and fell in
to the water and was drpwucd before
assistance cold be rendered. He was
seventy years of age, and highly re
spected.
The cars on the S. M. It. R., are
running to Albert Lea, and will, af'tor
this week, run two trains each way
connecting at the junction with Lhc M.
& St. P. R.
A few days ago Mr, Aldcn'i* barn
and Smith & Baker's threshing machine
in Mantorville, were burnt by an in
cendiary. Mr. Alden's barn had been
insured for five years, but the insunmee
had run out a few days before the lnn^.
Messrs. Thompson & Williams .have
a grist mill now in process of construc
tion at,Lancsboro. The..mill is built
of stone 40x70, and is three stories
high, has four run of stone, and when
run t6 its fullest capacity is capable of
turning out 300 bushels per day.
The
La Crosse Leader says that by
anew order jufct.issued by the Milwau
kee & St. Paul Railroad Company, 110
person is allowed,to get upon one of
their coaches without shoeing a ticket.
At the La Crosse Depot, Capt. Moulton
the agent of the road, has control of the
trains up to the time of starting, and
gives the conductors word when to
"pull out." His men arc stationed at
the cars to see that no one gets aboard
without the proper transportation pa
pers,
Trains
on the Winona & St. Peter
railroad now run regularly to Janesville
some twenty-eight miles west of Owa
tonna. Depot buildings will immediate"
ly bo eveoted, and the new village will
no doubt expedience a Uv^ly carcer bo
long as it is the road's terminus.
At the Blue Earth county sales of
school laiMfc on Wednesday, the value
of sales was $$,135.05. The prices
ranged from six to eight dollars per
acre.
A Mr. Miner, in Martiu county,
claims to have threshed one hundred
l^ushels of oats per acre of his this year's
crop.
Mower Ceaaty Kepablicaa Con*
veattta at Adams.
Pursuant to call the Convention
assembled at the freight depot in
Adams, on Friday, the 15th inst., at
3 o'clock 9. M.
On motion the reading of the call
was dispensed with.
Ira Jonefc Esq, of Austin, was
elected Chairman, and Geo. W. Robin
S0«,' of Lansing, Secretary, by an unan
imous vote.
On motion, the Chairman appointed
t,hc following named committee of
three.on credentials O. W. Shaw,
of Austin, chairman E. W. Elder,
of frankford James Grant, of LeRoy.
The committee retired, and upon re
turning reported the names of the
delegate^ entitled to seats in the Con
vention, as follows:
Adams—W. E. Davis, Jas. Thomp
son, P. T. Mclntire, J. H. Rhaines.
Nevada—W. P. Stewart, A. Bis
bee, John. W. Gregg, H. C. Anderson.
Lading—%. R. Gunn, E. J. Phil
lips, j. E. Robinson* R. N. Green, Ly
n?.an Hawley, jun., I)r», \\. LA Hollis
Ver, Geo. W. Robinson, R. Soufc, jun.
LeRoy—W. B. Spencer, E. Me&ee,
C. B. Dailey Chas. Smith, Ole Mun
son, S. F. Kennedy, James Grant, S.
P. Bacon.
Grand Meadow.—B. F. Langwor
thy, S. H. Rico.
Waltham—J. L. Johnson, John
Steen, A. Lounsberry.
Lyle—Alanson Beach, F. W. Luly,
P. H. Trowbridge
Austin—Peter Mills, A. Dickcrson.
W. II. Officer, George Varco.
Village of Austin—F.
B. Suiout, O. W. Shaw. Tra Jones .T.
BajUtSy S*. Lacy, T. W.. Woodard,
David, Gates, Joseph: Kyl#v H. 11
Gardner, A. Knox, Nelson Johnson,
E. Freuch, John. Uol-verson, Simon
AJd'acsoa, B. F. Moagnn.
Windam—O. Smith, A. Fairbanks,
Wia.. Faslong, H. G. Tyler, A. Wright
Racine—S. J. Sanbornc, Win. Bent
ley, C. J. Felch, C. Stewart, F. W.
Tower, D. W. Tower.
Red Rtjck—A. E. Anderson, El J.
Stimpson, Thomas Aldred, Wia, Smite.
II A, Brown, H. Cozard.
Frankfurd—W. Parker, W.
Harper, O. O. Finhurt, J., S. Lee, E.
W. Elder
Pleasant Valley—R. Ijfroppiu, E. S.
Hoppiu, C. S. Wilson.
Udolpho—Andrew Anderson, Olc
Chrjf&tin,.Thomas Rjcliarc'son
Bemungton-^-Ji MeKnight, B.
Kingsbury.
Whole number of Delegates 82.
On, motion the report* of the Com
mittee was adopted.
T.he Convention then proceeded to
the nomination of County officers.
On motion of B..F., Langworthy, of
Grand cadow, Jjbhn S. Irgens, of
Adams, was nominated for County
Treasurer by acclamation.
On motion, it was voted that the
Chair appoint two tellers, and vote by
townships.
B. Suiout and T. W. Woodward, of
Austin, were appointed as tellers and
the Convention proceeded to an infor
mal ballot for Clerk of the District
Court, with the following result: J.
F. Atherton, 24 L. A. Sherwood, 35
Ira Jones, 17 J. E. Robinson, 5 B.
F. Jones, 1.
The Convention then proceeded to a
formal ballot, and Mr. J. F. Atherton
was nominated: hy the following vote
J. F. Athertdn, 43 L. A. Sherwood,
34. Ira J.oncs, 3 J. E. Robinson, 2.
The vote for Representative from
the east side of the County, was as fol
lows S. P. Bacon, 21 W. G. Tel
fcr, 49 F. Sanborn, 6 J. S. Lee,
4} W. E. Harris, 3.
On motion W. G. Telfer was de
clared unanimously nominated.
The vote for Representative from
the west side of the County,was,4%fol
lows: H. A. Brown, 42 Dr.-W*.,L.
Hollister, 10 H. W. Page, 28 S. P.
Bacon, 1 A. W. Sanborn. 1.
On motion H. A. Brown was declared
nominated unanimously
On motion, E. O. Wheeler, of Aus
tin, was nominated as Court Commis
sioner by acclamation.
The following resolutions were read
and adopted .:
Be it Resolved, by this Convention
assembled, that, hereafter, and until
further change, the basis of representa
tion to delegate conventions of the Re
publican party in, and for Slower
County, shall he.one delegate for every
twenty Republican votes cast for Repre
sentative to the State Legislature in a
town or precinct at the ensuing elec
tion, to be held November 2,186&, and
one delegate for every ftaction over ten
votes so cast.
Resolved, That the above resolution
be published as a part of the
4proceed­
ings of this Convention.
0n motion, Sherman Page, of Aus
tin, B. F. Langworthy, of Grand
Meadow, and J. E. Robinson, of Lan
sing, were chosen as a County Central
Committee.
On motion it .wa#. voted that the
next Convention be held at Browns
dale.
On motion the Convention adjourned
sine die. Gso. W. Robinson,
Secretary.
VOL 2. AUSTIN, MOWER COUNT?, MINN., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21,18G9. NO 28.
No Surrender.
Geo, Alderson
Has removed bis stock of goods
from Mitt Street to the stand
recently occupied by- N. P*
Austin, on Main Street^ and
invites special attention to bis
choiee selection of
DRY GOODS,
n4tf
A. R'nh".T?"CT.
-vv
FAMILY GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,
BOOTS & SHOES,
SSKEBiL ViBM OF GOODS
Whi«& k« olfcn for sale at ex-
WW
PRICES I
GOODS' delivered to any
past tb« city free of charge.
Johnson & Bro.
have removed
weir General Stock: ot Merckaidise
10'
Bank Block,
One Door oT 1st Rational Bait.
Where they ean show their Goods to better ad
vantage than before, and will sell at
VERY LOW PRICES.
Wheat being very low. in- prioe,. tbey know
tho Vitrtrori and -community' at large ncetf
Dry. tiooda at IfcedusediBrices which
Joficnson Bro.
inteml'ta dtt^-and as tbeyean buy goods at
lower: prices NOW than thirty days ago, they
can aiford to
SEI^Ij lower.
Thankful for past, patronage, they hope to
merit a continuation of the name.
Tbey hare a large stock of
Boots and Shoes
And
Clothing,
iri
28tf
Close Out
at Cost!
JOHNSON & BItO.
AUSTIN
PUMP MANUFAC­
tory!
ANEW IMPROVED PUMP!
A Great* Improvement over the
Waupim« ar any other Man
factur©dli!y tlie West.
This pump it Warranted to bring tha water
to tho spout, from below freeiing point, at
ONE STROKE,
which it takes any othar frora threo 4o.,aeven,
and which saves lt'O per cent, on thttr.wear of
tho Pump. It ls.madc of tha best hard maple
and Warranted the top is also warranted not
to baist by frost in winter.
MATERIAL AND WORKMAN
SHIP OF THE BEST!
We are also manufacturing a superior FORCE
PUMP, suitable to any emergency it
extinguishing fire. This pump will throw wa
tcr to thi»,top ,of any building in the city.
Call and examine them for yourselves and
leave your orders.
J&r-All orders by mail promptly attended
ISAAC WESTOVER.
North-east Corner of Public Square, Austin
Minn, v2n2tf
ARTZ'S
FURNITURE WARER00MS
LEROY, MINN.,
Having.cpmplcted my new building lam
no,y.iu receipt of, and will keep on hand a full
stock cf-selcoted Furniture. I buy from the
aiest reliable' manufacturers and from first
hands for CASH, and will sell cheaper (ban
ever offered before in thia section^ TUft public
are requested to cttll. and examiae lajt^ntock
whether, they int nil purchasing or lot.
Incounectien with my. Cabinet. Ware 1 offer
for salo
PURE WHITE'LEAP,
ALL KINDS OP VARNISH,
ALL KINDS OFPAIXTS,
GLASS,
CHILDREN'S CABS,
A ful) assortment of TRUNKS. .Repairing
in all branches neatly exeoutqd-,. Cane seated
Chairs Kcaeated..
JESSIE MARTZ.
Picture irsnei! Picture Frames
We have a very large'.etoek of nico new
Gilt, apd Rose and Gilt, and Black Walnut
Mouldings on hand.
HOPKINS ft FERNALD,
Dealers in Furniture, Austin, Minn.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
\h-: OP
AUSTIN, MINN.
to Varlan W. Page, Banker.)
OLIVER W. 8HAW, HA&LAX W. PAGE,.
President. Casaw*.
DIRECTORS
Oliver
W.
Sbav,
N. P. Austin,
J, Q. MERMLW K, O Wiikel»b,
(President First Harlan W. Vauk.
National Bank ©fM®ftregw» Iowa.)
fiagtorn Exchange and Draft* on Great
$ritaiu and all principal Continental Cities, for
sale tu«i to salt.
Collections will reoelve pioapt aMeutio*.
Agents for Inman Line of Steamships and
Tikats bo hi at lowest currency rates to and
rom every Railway station ia Europe.
State Mors' Mitate, at Aostu.
4 State Teachers' Institute, Continn
iwff in session till the Friday evening
following, will commence at Austin,
•a noadaf, Qclcbnr 18ib*18M.
Another
session of the Institute is
hereby announced.for Mower County.—
Each year should wUocss bo.tho increased use
fulness oi these means of reaching the public
schools of the county. Teachers owe it te their
work and profession to attend the Institute.—
Tho County. and.Statc Superintendents hope to
meet ever} teacbar of Mower County it Austin,
during the week commencing October 14.
They need the reviews they need better
methods of io«tr«Gtson *nl.school management.
They often /ait kWHNtby lw«M«t tho tpirit
of the true teacher, lamest work mast be
done. Faithful aad aaeuraie teaching ia all
the branches is necessary, and: ihonU tnlu the
place of what is vague and uncertain. The
Teachers' Institute seeks to correct such faults.
Good tekooh and teell-quali/ied tearitri should
ba onr motto.
The Institute will ba under the immediate
instruction of Sapt. Sanford Niles, and Mr.
W. W. Payne.
With these gentlemen as insruotora, tho
teachers of Mower County may be confident
of a successful institute.
The Institute will be organized at 10 A. M.
Every teacher should be present by noon of the
first day, it possible. The oititens of Austin
will furnish freeboard to all teachers in.attcn
danco.
Mn. Si.f:. Otis,. Superintendent- of-* Schools,
will cordially give any other information in
relation to the Institute. Tcachers will bring
with them paper and pencil for taking note*
also tho National Fifth Reader.
A PUBLIC LECTURE
Will be given each evening of the session,—
School officers,parentis, and friends of education
generally, are invited to be present at the lec
tures, and also at the day session n.
MARK H. DUNNET.r,
Restores gray and laded Hair to itf
Oricinal Color, removes Dandrufi^.
COKES ALL DISEASES
0¥-
lUB-'SCAIV).
Prevents Baldness, and makes the hut
grow Soft, Glossy and Luxuriant.
tlM ni $1JSI fu l«Uk lack ItHk issl«thfir fa.
Prepared by SEWARD, BEVTLET
4CHRNET, Druggists, Ballklo, N.T. 8old
by all DniggiatH.
A PEA
rECT
Prraand by 8EWARD, BBNTLST
ft CHENET. wuniat^ BuflUo|-ll.T.^
If all DmnUh
P. VAN YALKENBURGH,
WAREHOUSE NO.
NEAR DEPOT, AUSTIN,, MINNESOTA
Keeps constantly on hand
Coal Ce ment
I
Which he will sell ch^Jiper thaii
ever offered in this maiked.
Crockery &
Glassware,
JOHNSON & BRO.
Have on hand as large a stock of
CROCKEBT AND GLASSWARE
as there ia in Mower County which they
will sell at very
IjOW FIGURES.
Alao^owe very nice
SILVER PLATED CASTERS
which they can WARRANT.
Austin, May 12th, 1869. Btf
Looks well.
We are glad to see such an immense crowd
constantly flocking to the store of Doller A
Guns, which shows that they are selling
goods at low figures aad giving satisfaction
generally.
HALLO, MR,!
HAVE YOU HEARD THE HEWS
J. C. ACKLEY ha* sold his
BOOT AND SHOE STORE to
J. B. Revord,
AND
DOWN
GOES
BOOTS,
ETER ZELLER,
Superintendent of Public Instructiojj. I keep constantly* on hand the best
£4.1'ani, uiotoper woi.. v2n2Cw}.
1USMA
BOOTS
AND
A large assortment tf
SHOES,
LEATHER&
FINDINGS
Constantly oa haad.
REPAIRING dodo on short notiee and
on the .most reasonable terms*
The good* will tie kept at tha old stand of
J. C. Aokley, on. west side Main street, now
occupied by
2-12yI J. B. REVORBv
MERCHANT TAILOR.
CLOTHE
CASSIMERESy
YESTIJSfGS.&€-
I employ none but the
BEST OF WORKMEN.
CUT ING DONE IN THE LATEST
STELE.
PETER ZELLER,
South Side of Public Square.
Austi.u, Eeb.. 23rd, 1869. 46yt
Q^O. WITH THE.CROWD!
KE.AUSTINiRICHARDSON
AUSTIN, MINN.,
are now neeiting a large Stoek of Goods, di-
CURS ect-from New York, and are
For Dyspepaia, Fever and Ague, Aci
dity of the Stomach, Loss of Appetite^- Tj/-\n TTnTTTHTlT
Nkuaea, Heart-burn, Jaundice, and. aH^ 1 vfel_1 jf
ariaini (rom a disordered-atat*
of the Stomacn, liver or Inteatii
Selling Goods Cheaptf tfaas- at any time since
the elose of the Wa*.-They |tre also receiriag a
liarge stoek of TfiASand SUGARS bought oi
New York Traynrfrs »4 Jobbers, aad are
Greater -Bargains than -e'er/. These Good'
were all bought during the* jcent panic in New
York FOR\iA81Ir Ud he does
not iatend to be
undersold. If others give
AWAY
Goeds.they will-always bb ready to follow their
generous example in doing.the public good.
They will-not «(uote priccs,but guarantees t® «ell
GOODS.
As low as the same can bo bought in Minnesota.
39tf
ISEWARD'Sl
0uch(URE
A Safe a&d Speady Cure for Coughs,Colds,
Asthma Bronchitis, :Hoarsenen Croup,
Influenza, Whooping Cough, Incipient,
Consumption* and all Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs. Don't neglect a
lev-re Cough, or throw away
monev on
worthless medicine.
PRICK FIFTY CENTS PK* BOTTLK
tSWSlBlS:
Fsituated
ARM FOR SALE
The Subscriber offorg for sale his. fcrin
about one hundred red» from the
center of the village of Austin, consisting .of
forty acres of land under exojllont cultivation.
Good House and Uarn, Vruit and Ornamental
trees in abundance. One of tho cheapest and
inest desirable places in the vicinity. Will be
sold on reasonable terms. For i\irther par
ticulars enquire of Pago A Wheeler or the sub
scriber upon the premies.
HKNRT JACOBS.
Austin, 8ept. 23d, 1869.
STALEY & WILLIAMS,
Main Street, next door tp
Glemmer's Drug store, have in
stock and are constantly
receiv
ing choice and well selected
Dry Goods, Yankee Notions,
Hats, Gaps, Boots
&
Groceries, Tobacco
that defy competition.
Ellis' Celebrated
ters
Shoes,
&
Groekery, Sec., which they are
offering to the public at prices
below the market. Choice
TaM aai
sale to the trade
not fail to call
H&-
Domestic Gigars
for
at teiy
figures. Cash, buyers
low
"WH
on
STALEY & WILLIAMS.
DUNKLEMAN,
MERCHANT TAILOR
AKB D«At£BrI2f
HE AD MADE
O I N
Cloths,
Cassismeres,
Doeskins,
and all.kibd»-of'
TAILORS' TRIMMINGS, HATS
CAPS, and
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
52s4tf Mill Street, Austin, Minn.
a S O E
and
M!icli!ian SflBtlern Railway
via
TOLEDO AND CLEVELAND
The only line running through trains between
CHICAGO AND BUFFALO,
Without Transfer of. Rtosengers-or Baggage,
Making thw tha mMt 06m«»rtable, Esp^i-
CLEVELAND, ERIE, DUNMUtgi. BUF
FALO,
N^
*OjRK_ I^BWv'ENa LAND.
Oa Day Bnnn Trains between Chicago, To
ledo, and Buffalo.
3.15 P. X. TRAIHjj RUV8 DAILY,
WITHOUT CRAMOK.
Passeagers for Ietroit and all points in
Canada, and those for Ohio, Pennsylvania,
New \ork and New England, should pur
chase Tickets via LAA'E SHORE and MICH
WAN SOUTHERN RAIL WA Y, whleh are
on sale at all principal Railway TicVet OflUes,
and at the Company's Office,
Ho. 56 Clark Street, Chioaro.
F. E. MORSE, Gen'l West'n Ptii. Ag't,
C. F. HATCH, Qcu'l SUP't,
MILv
PAMIAL LIST OF UWD
nwn oeum
FOR SALE BY
Page 5 Wheeler,
Dealers ii REAL ESTATE,
OVER FIRST NAT. JUKI,,
Austin Minnesota*
UNIMPROVED.
towa, ai!(«a, acaas iac. *0.
5e 4 102 17 190
Nfcfaw 24 101 1» 80
Self 34 101 1ft 49
Whf 1 193 18 339
E hf S 193 19 320
N 17 193 17
Ne 19S 17 199
No 193 17 199
Ne 193 18 199
Nw 194 18 199
8 193 17 199
W hf ne 1 103 17 89
Ne 7 101 18 189
8 19 101 17 199
Se IS 102 17 180
Ehfsa 17 103 18 80
S hf 17 10S 18 80
Sbfne Ansae 1 104 16 120
Wh'rneAsenw IS '104 19 129
S hf A sjw 13 194 19 139
Eht*»®*aese 81 194 17 139
N 19 103 17
Ne 4 103
Cigars,
*WV T-
Baltimore
Oy»-
eo
coastantty
hand and fo
sale Wholesale and Retail away
OR
Vesting
Chi0B«0' WV
Cleveland,'Oi
AITKEK ST. PAUL AND"
MINNEAPOM8 iM.irtway.~
1*0 DJUEI TEADK EACH WiT.
VIA-
McGREGOR AND MILWAUKEE.
BAGti.tiiK IS'CHtrKE^ THROUGH
HO* an tec, CD iw, Hsw Toit. Bosles
and all Eastern Points. Passengers chansr
c*rs only at terminal points, thus securi-,
seats in clean coaches and
FULL NIGQT8 REST
on night trains.
8
C-SHEPARD,
SALE—
Sau't.
S. S. ME«RILI, AlanRgir.
A
^A^ViSTRa Gtn'l Pass. Agent,-
Bz-owmgdale
Nursery.
CHASE & BACON, Proprietors
Having become satisfied that Fruit eaa. be
raised in this country we are prepared to
furnish tho people of Southern Minnesota with
the hardiest varieties of Standard and Crab-,
Applu, trees. Alsi Shade, Ornaaicnta! and'
Evergreen trees, together with all kinds of
Small Fruit and Shrubbery.
Particular attention is oalled to eur Soil
Maple, Black Walnut and Chestnut trees—of
the former we have about Two Hundred Thou
sand, which we will sell cheap.
As we are permanently located here, we hope
to rcecite a liberal patronage. Satisfaction
guaranteed.
Brawnsdale, Mower County, Mian, 13jf
'199
li 199
N 4 103 15
1«9
E hf ae 103 1ft 199
8 a 9 109 17 49
Whf a a 33 103 ie ®f
Nw 21 103 14 IM
Whf 31 193 14 80
Ne SI 193 14 199
N 6 104 19 199
Nhf 17 102 17 89
Nhfew 18 102 17 89
Whf aw 103 18 79
Khf Aawae 34 193 17 139
Ne 3 101 14 189
W hfstisese 22 102 18 189
Xhf 24 101 18 320
Nhf a is 2S 10S 17 80
«V»* 38 109 17 89
Whf a a 12 104 17 89
Nw at 194 17 199
Na 1 101 1ft 198
Nw 103 19 190
Shfsa 31 194 18 89
Se 3* 194 17 199
8 hfsw 193 17 80
See 13 193 1ft 848
Sea 13 103 1ft 848
E hf 39 191 1ft 329
Nhf 35 193 1ft 320
Nhf 2$ 193 1ft 839
E hf 37 198 1ft 888
Se 31 193 1ft ire
Na It 191 1ft leo
Na 39 198 18 198
W hf 31 193 18 8
Na St 193 18 198
8 194 l»
8 194 IT TJf
8 a 194 17 198
Na 194 17 YJ8
Na 34 194 17 198
Bw 83 194 17 188
Ne S3 194 17 118
Nkfsa 13 184 17 88
Ehfae 39 193 18 88
Na 1« 191 1ft ite
lUsw 19 191 1ft 89
Khf a 29 193 18 *8
Na 193 18 184
8v 21 194 17 188
W hf a 18 193 18 84
8 wsw IS 19S 18 4J
Nw 3 1H 18 189
Na ts 193 18 189
Ki *9 184 17 188
Ba IS 198 W 199
Nw V. 184 18 188
Proved
.vjaatsi.
FKw
»SALE.t
wqr. 101
FOR
ALB.—
Mteras brokea
with geed
MnWN
T^O
J:
1W*
Good Hoots, aad Ban, living water aad
plenty of Timber. Three miles from Adams
Station. Macros broken and feaeed.
fMperaare...
Prim
1«1 14 IM
id taeed. Small Hove
Si- good Doighberhosd.
8ALE—
Splendid ImBrored Farm, miles west 1
Aastia. Good Bouse aad Stables. Timbt
aad ToangFrait trees. Very desirable. Ni-i
$S& per acre.
FMan
aoraain Waltham. Frame Hoaselts2t.
W asres broken. Great bargaia, only $11
acre.
SAIiE—The best bargain it
Mbwep Coaaty A) spksdM imprwTe I
Isimof Hti aarae, good- house, finsit
trees,, all feaeed^.pleaty of timber, good water
—onlyftTsraUlee frem B. alitort^HI.
SALE—240 acres, 60 aeree
iiaprerod, 75 acres young timber, frame
bouse, raaaiag water. Splendid
farmlor $3,000.
7A ACRES, PART WOOD LAND^.
I on the Cedar Birer mil* north of Atas
tin.
H-OOD BUSINESS LOTS oa bait
VJ Streets, aad Residence Lota in all
Bwelling
irte of town for aale at a great barjpun.
bourn for aale and.rait
BAGS SimYAIMEP
A G. LAWYER
Has ressored te the store lately eeeaalsd W
Ira Jeaee oa
Aad where yoa eaa got fresh aad ehoise.
PROVISIONS,
CROCKERY,
WOODEN WARE,
GREEN and DRIED FRUIT,
ETC., ETC.,
Also,
POWDER,
SHOT and LEAD,
CAPS, GUNS and PISTOLS,
CARTRIDGES, WADS, Ac.
LOekfc Repaired and Xeyt Fitted.
|^JUNS AND PISTOLS
torily at
REPAIR.^
ED PROMPTL¥and satisfac­
LAWYER'S
Austin, Sept.
16th, r*n8Stf.
Ij^ORDS
FOR
OF WISDOM
TOUVG MEN,
Oo the.,Ruling passion in Youth and Sarly
Manhood, with SE1.F HBI.P for the erring
and unfortunate.Kent in eealed letter enrrl
opes, free of., oharge. Address, HOWARD
ASSOCIATION Box P, Phil., Pa. 61y
and everybody if
ANtqqdt
joa
want aaything below Austin newspaper
quotatieiis. go to Aoatin & Riehirdioa

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