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RVSHtY THURSDAY AT
Autia. Mower Couity, Kiaassota.
(•eo. \T. WRIGHT, EDITOR AKD
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WHEAT, IX
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN A 8PR
a EON,
n£ee and Rosidendeon the Cerser ef Mill aad
St. Paul 8k Austin, Miaa. 40t
Jam. 12th, 1800.
OW.
GIBSON, M. D., PHY8I
e'aa aai&argeon, Aaatia, Miaa. Oiee
aad residence ea Weter itNet
Aaatia, April 30th, 1808. n8-ly
TAGK & WHEELER, ATTOR
JT ncysat Lav and Dealer* la Seal Bstat*.
iiwliM AhetraeU ef Title to any
Mower eountv, girea oa
tip staire ia Baak Oleafe, Aaatia, Mian*
Mcaaai PMI. U.
GGeneral
#aaai
W. BISHOP,
Ageat, Aaetia, Minnesota.
Lauds bought and aoM ea Cwmalsalea, JAe.
OOlee oa the eoraer, south of the Cent lloaae.
44tf
SWAL1.0WCOLLECTION
ft CLA11K, LAW,
LAND aad OFFICE, ia
|la«ford'o Brick Block, eoraer Mala aad Bridge
Aaatia, Miaa.
IEictlnor
O. OF G. T., DEGREETEMPLE,
Lodge No. 8, meets oaee ia two
W ki,uu Tuesday oveaing at 7:30.
0. AI.LK1C, ft. T,
J. T.PICK,Bk8s*
JJKST QUALITY OF WOODEN
PUMPS^eonetaatly ea kaadf by Q. A.
TiV 1'KSVKLL, at Anntin. 14tf
llth, 1808.
ARCHITECT
OEO. JOHNSON would respeetfally as
aounce to the eitisens of Anstia ait Ticljtitjr
•hut he ia now prenaf«d to attend to alt ordere
hia line. Drafting doneandi eetimalee
ma
en short uotioe. Will take eontranta
aad
TO.
or T.
T.tnht/c Xo.
friibtf evening,
BBNTLY',
VOL 2.
W.00
nil months
three month*
1.00
*0
Dollar
|KI
Sao.
—All r«lig4m and chtfilibli BOtteas insert
«L IVm, ILW
«IIv*n of Death* and Marriages.
—Legal advertisement* Seventy-lve mti
pi *«|uaro for the Ant insertion, and Thirty
seven and one half cents tab e4eh subsequent
iwriioi: payable before afldavit is givea.
—Transient AdTNtlrauiti payable ia ad
rmee Other advevtieemcats according to
contract.
—Advartifoments not marked, published till
fnvbM and charged accordingly.
A. BARNES, M. IX
PHR*LFIM«AD MMOOB.
Office aad residenoe, eener Mill High
Mtertii Austia, Minneeeta (it ly.)
ereet
buiidiaga of all deaeripltiona. "tiargEiirsairnaa
V* «nl MtislheUoa guaranteed^ Shu»en,Bridge
etrvet.
AIM
tin,, ^(inpeeuta. 30 tf
.THE LANSING
Hhte Xo. 90, f. O,. O. T., meets every
•t TcmplarS Halh
1. ROBINSON. W. C. TV
W
W.
Uuir I}r,miug^ ffair Djffingy
Htffl Jfah (fatting,
0ITY BAKERX.
ft
LEROT BVMSBH CAR!
CASWELL
HOUSE,
tK GASWEU, FeopnleUp,
for. Main ft Broadway', LeRoy, Minn.
«i)OD
STABW^d AffACHED.
«2ntyl,'
FNITASK'S HOTEL.
J- F. THAU A', flnpr!Hor,
l.pRor, MINNBSOTA.
ycfitteif, Refurniahed.aiid goo^LWery. Board
by tin day or week. T2n2yl
CHeavy
ORBITT & ALLEN—Dealers in
A Shelf Hardware, Stovea, Tinwsdre,
wise FairaiaUng Goods, Ae,
Corner Main- Street. A. £aea*mr» leBoy,
Minn, lOtf
"\FASON 4lE.DE3—Dealers iu Up
1\ bolstered) aad Common Fnrnitures
Main-St.. LeRoy, Minn. 10tf
ALL, Q, K.
Tbe.old Q,.BL*Barber iano»ji.in.^e town
An^ia and will remain with yoa. Ifa
In de.work la hia line of, biuinr**..
Shaving
that eaa't help but aatiafy all who eall on him
for work. He will be tonnd at the aign of
'0. K.," on Mill PU E.
Mtf
JT. ». MteCLENTie.
Wiahea te inform the p»)ili« tbtti at hfa ba
keiry on Mill Strati mftjr.lKv-fomut: everything
that is asnally kept in a, (last' elh»JkBakery.
Qe maaafaotarvs and keeps oonstaott^on hand
«|eaeral assortment of p1aiq:esnU»«.. Fana
ere aad others will Snd this a. desitaUle place
to obtain alaaeh as heiatends^topsjuarticialar
atteatiea te this• branch ef basineas.
MiU Strj**,. Amtin,. Minn.
$100.00! HOO.OO!! tlOOiOO!!!
For one Oreen Repps, Parlor. Suite, eonaiat
in of I Tote, Eaay Cbitirj- l'8ewing Chair,
liritee ArmChaira ef. the very belt Eastern
unnufectared: water. Ttie above cannot be
i»ouj{ht ia Milwaukee-or Ghioage. at the very
jvvest wholseafofttHSb/or ieaatb«n49At00.
'A rantem the assertion,tliqyl: ni# selling
saltea at. leaat 820,00 leae (htuMiuilv
oas^bebooght at reUil: iki either of the
tgr, pUpea. Sawaif.Ri'irnMievroVTDI ntiw
iU PAST TOIUV. WWIIK.
D«al«ra is etc.^.Austin
Minnesota.
J: H^YESf,
Vi^ATGH
MAKER,
JEWELER,.
Ail work WARRANTED
Oa Maia Street, Auatia Mina. v2n221y.
FLEIiSCfiER, JQRGEN9, fe CO.,
(IKMIHAL AGENTS
Li»a»ti tftat Men SteanCfl.,
ION LIKE
Or OCf.AN STEAMERS,
!1 TbrevgbTtckcta from all parts of Enrcpe
.my RaUiray Mtetion in the West, and viou
5"!
t.- iiny
Also SAIL-SIIfP TICKETS for Emigrants
K.».i NORWAY apd SWEDEN to Queboc,
n: ail a, wjtlaThrough 1'iokets to tho Weat.
MTioc: Mower Co. Bank,
«2 S6 AUSTIN, MINN.
AUSTIN, MINN., NOVEMBER11, ISM.
nooUMtioB
STATS or MIBNBSOTA,
EXBCCTIVB DBPARTMBNT
St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 26,1869,
The President of the United States,
having proclaimed a National Thanks
giving on the 18th day of November
nest, and it being my duty by Statute
to oet apart on* day in Oaeh year as a
day of aolema and public Thanksgiving
to Almighty God for his blessings to
ut oa a State."
I do hereby appoint THURSDAY, the
said 18th of Novombor next, as a day
of £ublie Thanksgiving in this State.
I reooftimend to all the people the
observance of the day, in accordance
with the good custom of our fathers,
and as becomes christian people.
Devoutly acknowledging the goodness
of God, Jet, us "enter into His gates
with Thanksgiving, and into His courts
with Praise be thankftal unto Him,
andblees His name"
husbandman eommoroe and manufac
tures havosucooos^aWy pyweeHed their
pe«oeMMAhs th* miaoa and forests
have yieuM liberally the nation has
iatnaoadfe wealth aad in strength
peace bar prevailed, And its blessings
have advanced every interest of the
people of eyery part of the Union, har
monev and fraternal intercourse are re
stored, obliterating the marks of the
Siveconflict
AND" BUILDER..
ut an ($ estrangement burdens
been lightened, means increased,
civil and religious }ibertv are seeured to
to every inhabitant of tne land whose
soil is trod by none but' fteemen. It
peonies a people thus favored to make
acknowledgement to tho Supreme Au
thor from whom sueb blessings flow, of
their gratittt* and their dependence, to
render praise aud thanksgiving for the
same, and devoutly to implore a eontin
u«nce of God's mercies. Therefore, I
Ulysses 8. Grant, President of the
Vetoed States, do recommend thatThurs*
dap, the 18th day of November, next,
ba observed as a day of thanksgiving
and of pwusoy of prayer to the Almighty
God, tb» Ciealor and Ruler of the uni
vewe owd. soobnid, I do further cecom
mend to all the penlo of dm United
Statea to assemblft o* thaOdkyiai tUeir
accustomed plaeea of wovship, and
unite in ibat homage and prauc due to
the boantiftl Father of all ntercy, and
In fervenrprayers, lor the continuance
of the merciffcl Ifcosgags le has vouch
sa^cd to ia as a peopte.
In testimoa^ whereof I have here
unto set mjy Mad and caused the seal
ef the United States, to be affixed, this
the fifth day of October, A. D. 1869,
and of the independence of the United
States of America the ninety fourth
1''
ik rea^y
U.S. GRANT.
iBy Ac President:
S HAMILTON FISH,
Sccrctary of State.
The El«ctt«a
We thought last weak, we would be
able to give the official returns in tabu
lar form in this weeks issue, but we
have boen unable to obtain them, nntil
to late to set them in type.
There ML very little change from the
result given last week. We see by the
official caftvass that O. E. Wheeler re
ceived 51 votes in the town of Lyle E.
C. Wheeler 65 vote* in the town of
Frankl'ord, and 44' votes in the town of
Racine. There is. no doubt in our
mind but that all the votes were cast
f.r E O. Wheeler, for the oflto of
Court Commissioner, and that it is
mistake in the Clerks of the election, in
those towns, in transcibing the votes
(We
HOPKINS A FERN Alt D,
learn from a votor in Sacine town
ship that this was the case, in his town
and that he and all-who voted the reg
ular.Republican ticket, toted for E. O
Whcelfer.
With those two exceptions the rcgu
lar Republican tickett was elected, as
was published in last weeks transcript,
ihj.handaome majorities. J. S. Irgins was
elected treasurer by 237 and John
AtbecSou Clerk by 120, majorities.
It A». Brown is clectei representa
live instead of Mr. Pcarcc, as reported
in last week* TRANSCRIPT. Tho follow
iug persons will represent this district
in the next Legislature. Tho Senator
and ono representative, Mr. Brown arc
republicans Senator—S. Lord, of
Mantetvi.Ho, Represom&ati ve— H. A
Brown, of. Rrownsdale Q. M. Gam:
croa JUjatia.
Oar Next Legtalatin^
Accordin^rto the returns received
the St. Paul Dispatch, figures .our next
Legislature as full cars:
Senate, 14 Republicans, 8 Democrats,
(House.. 30 Repnblieans, 17 Democrats.
Republican majority on joint ballot 19.
Ijftst year the legislature stood, 94n
ato*16 Republicans 6 Democrats.
Hous% 38 Republicans^ 8 Democrats.
Republican majoity on joint ballot 30.
Later returns may m$ke some changes
in the l|rt given ^but thu political com
plexion will vary_ but little- if any,
The Fourth, Eleventh, Fourteenth and
Nineteenth, are the Districts whiere the
result is not absolute!/ determined.
The Nineteenth is tho only one
where there ean be any questionron the
Senator In tho Fourth' District the
Republicans may elocti.one representa
tive where we have set down, two Dcin*
ocratfl.. Wfi. have also credited' tho
lUowcr
lieve
the final result will,
even
Given under my hand and the
[L •.] Great Seal of thcgjState, at St.
Paul, the day and year first
above named.
WX R. MARSHALL,
^y the 'Governor:
If. Roius,
The yoar which is drawing to dose
has been free flom pestilencc. Health
has prevailed, throughout tho land
abundant crops rowasd the labor of the
vacancies
People's tieket whieh ha* two Demo-| A OORRBSPOMDBNT of the Chicago
cratie Representatives with success in Pott, writing from Minnesota, says the
Fillmore county. If this should
prove
Dis-
if
take part ia the next U. S. Senatorial
immigration to this State is this year
otherwise the Uth District would have unpreeedently large. From the best
four instead of two Republican Repre- sources of information it is believed it
sentatives. On the contrary it is quite will reach from 75,000 to 100,000 da
likely the Democrats may elect two ring I860 and the present population
Representatives in the Eleventh
of the State cannot be much, if any,
triet, where we have given all to the I short of475,000.
Republicans, and one in the Nineteenth, A MAIr namedGeo. W. Ripley is sua
thus making no change in the political I pected of having made away with a
character of the Legislature. We be- ion of Mrs. Hays, of Rochester, and
it makes also with having sold her team and
any change at all, increase tho nucaber I wagon, neithei the boy nor team have
of Demeorate in the Legislature about I returned with Ripley from a trip into
the figure* we have given. the country togcather. Ripley and his
The Senators from the odd numbered I family have left for parts unknown.
Districts hold for two years, and will
Thb
election. Those chosen this fall in the ^oM)» Celled off on
numbered districts, are simply to-l Tuesday, and has assumed a liquid
fill
occasioned by death and
resignation, and hold only for one year,
A Silver Wedtfag.
We learn that on this evening quite
a number of the. friends of Mr. aud
Mrs. H. A. Mayhew, called upon
and
presented them with a silver set,
as a present, this being their silver
wedding week. We did not learn the
naiM or real value of the articles, only
thai with this, and from friends east, the
value of the articles given
amounts to up wards of one hundred
and eighty dottars. Truly such .pres
ents could not havo been bestowed on
tfO more worthy persons. Since their
residence here they have made many
We
ar)(j
friends. Mr. Mayhew is a talented I ],rief. prooeedinga harmoo and
minister, ana who has done much aatisfactory to all those en ged in
good assuch, ab« 'ivu. wa have I training up the youthful minds to carry
now hear his labors are appreciated
0q
by all onr best citikens. I time for them shall have gone out for
the party numbered about eighty I «Yer. On account of several teaehcrs,
persons, who took posession of the and others, who are interested in the
house while Mr. end Mrs. Mayhew I progress of the glorious cause of edu
were at prayer meeting, and had the 1 cation, having made arrangements to
table spread on their return. Qwbig attend the high school at Spring Valley
to the exertion and good mapagpoentl (kis winter, and commencement day
on the part of the ladies, the arrange-1 being the same diy of the Institute
ments of the tabic was perfect in evecyl here, the attendance was not so great as
particular, and the good thinga brought jit otherwise would have boon.
in to eat was of the very nicest, weS I That a better, higher and more prac
seleeted and plenty of idem. I tical education for therising generation
The surprise wsa complete so far Wife deoiandud, ia a doctrinc in which the
Mr. and Mrs. Mayhew were concerned, good people of Frankford villapfebelieve,
and taking all things into consideration, and are taking steps to secure thascrvi
clearly shows that master hands had a|
hold of it.
JRW. I. Parker made the
tioa speech, and Mr. Mayhew replied
after which the party enjoyed them- house of worship, to listen to the ex
scTves in chatting 4c., 'until the time hortations of the Rev. Wm. H. Soulc,
fitr their return home, after wh:eh all
L. B.'HODQBS, Of Oronoco, Minno-
Varieties, and weighs 63 pounds te.»thcJ ,e,l0ttfi^
bushel. The yield, he say^ is 30 bu-1
shcls to the asre, and one bushel will
6r .SKcd,^P„llsb,fJ„
ces of Mr. J. S. Lee, a gentleman of
ability and experience in the profession,
to teach there this, wiutcr. They also
rejoice that they can assemble at the
wii0
departed for their several homes, I time, and entered upon the discbarge of
agniaing that they, had enjoyed one. of jjj,, i^Qom dutidi.r The-church which
the meet pleasant and agreeable Silver I j|e organised on Grand' Prairie- soon
Weddings they over attended. after he returned here last year, has
prospered, and six new members has
oft« bMBgi««itkem alio frait.oftkrir
incriM apon coin.. On. of A, «1» g°«l work.
fanrt kj th. ppd mlta™ 'he mDrfcr of J. 8.Leo'satockof
whick u. tb. .ord., F«»o4i. AW E™1""""1. eH8
Woo to you, who are rich!" Iwho »nt.cipation of a large fiUI and
When the greenbacks were first issued I *int®r trade is making ample prepare
by the United $tates, Mr. Chase, then
Secretary of the Treasury, consulted,
among others,, the president of one of
the Philadelphia banka in regard to
placing smoe motto upon them,—such
for example, as has since been im
pressed upon the five cent pieces." In
God we trust." After mentioning sev-
«.l Hript.nl tnUllutUd owuTea from tb» hui .%r,
I talitAM am a aaw^ll *WA*ntAiS tAtMR
to him, the Sberetary asked our bank
cr's optntoa. Perhaps," was the re
ply ," the most appropriate would be,
"Silver and gold have I none but
sueh as I have give I thee The pro
ject was abandoned.
has been returned for the second
In the line of business changes we
I tions for supplying tho wants of the
I needy.
A new saloon is opcaiog \a rfce Buck
horn tavern, by a litfile- Jbhny Bull,
[from London^.by the name of George
Inward^ a Haxen haired youth upon
whose chin th* downey beard has but
just began to make an appearancc.
which is a well executed* tomb stone,
ttandingrat the entrance of his saloon,
he intends doing a killing business.
The exeiteme.it over railtoad matters
is now almost intense, with those* who
think little and talk much. This is
cauled by a proposition made to- our
citiiens by Clark Thompson, one of the
managers of tho Southern Minnesota
THB St. Anthony Democrat says the Railroad, which was born in neglcct,
saw-mills of St. Anthony, which were and has been for along time cradled in
shut down for a time in consequence of poverty, to give them a depot in the
the freshet a few weeks ago, have *111 village of Frankford and. tho sum of
resumed work. The other mills oa I twenty thousand' dblliB) in. twenty
Hcsnenin Island are also in full opera-1 year soven per cent.. Bonds aad one
•ion, excepting one, the Summit Mill, I Lg0y. telling u» tbatr.ifi we do not give
aua.that is tepmorarily closed, oa ae- them tHe bondk tttey willbuifila depot
count of the falling away of the #ur&ce gome -twelve miles fartl&exf west, and
ground in front. Until the fiow of«j compel- the farmers, from this section of
water through the tunnel ia stopped it| country, to help build up a rival town,
will be impossible for- teams to get up This one argument of Lacy's is enough
to the doom of the mill. The saw-mills I to frighten Bome in to tho putting of
in Minneapolis will also soon be able to the hangmen's rope around their (neck,
start again. I and be led away by this railroad scare,
As tho
HP
m.nyye.„.
Major Culloa wbo «m .moll .pKuta- N,
t,oo far ». », when
3 a
1
for
sota, has sent to Governer. Marshall, a ^'0^ passed away, we predict that
small sack of wheat of a variety worthy I company which attempts to compel
the attention of our. farmem Hft-termsL'k® Rp°ple ofl'Frankford to help build
it tha, Extra Early 2:40. Sbetmanj^R "val town, some twelve miles
Wheat:'*" iHripens ten io fifleen daysj.d,atont'
jearlier than the Fife, ClulV and. Other |big3Pb)n
there is no Indian steel iu it, has re- ,,
Jed.. Mr. S. Page addressed &e meet
cently visited the region named and) ..
made purchase of real estate. .. ...
T-JK^sale of School 'lands so far thisl the division in the Republican party of
^ar has iucreaseiLthe school fund ever Mower county, to the satisfaction of all
$: !)0,000, making the schoo! ifutid'over,l present. Messrs. Telfer and Brown bo
2,^00,000. The sale olYAgriculturoal ing present were called on and made
college lands has increased the UniveauIstrong speeches pledged the people
ty fund over $54,000, making a to'*A that if elected, they would .legislate so
University fund over fJ05 000. 'as to proaaQte the best interest of the
Count
Charles Herald says:
l4 What liMje
corn there was on 'The
shall receive it again, by
jn gi^pe of revevua on
Democatic whisky.
A PARIS letter WJI that 8enator
r, after a short visit to
to leave on the 8tos«ship West
phalia on the 30th nit., for home
The correspondent state* that he bad
failed fesecure the reduction of postal
rates asked for by our government
from ear owa Correspondent.
FnAN&row), Nov. 5,180
of the Teachers In
held here on the 25th,of Ootob
•te
the great battle of improvement, till
»H kunibnga of this
fiod thafc
theY
ll:4V
b*IKl-
Nocompany is foolish
to far
interestsas
in8
turnout 44 pounds of extra Baperfine deprive themselves all the products
flour. It does not shell out in harvest- jof our fertile fhrmcs neither do wc
ing, and seems to bo more free from believe that our farmers, who aro al
rust, blight, Ac., than other varieties. *©ady over burdened,with heavy taxes,
and .struglingonAhe verge of bankrupt-
T.l« »go»ibiwte thrt d» IlBttng, wHl'Totelh.twe.ij thowmldolUr
& Dacota mlrou) will p. eiteDdod I
r,i]r„^
disregard their own
to attempt to ignore atfarm-
«*ontry the sise of our own, and
The Republics»»« mooting 1*14
of
of.TOtBMl infc!res,
„„d
wd|
AUSTIN, H0WER COUNTY, MINN., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11,1869.
the„t for tiis a
„tend.
a to on id a on he it
cal issues of the d:tyT and the cause of
the
whole county, giving DO section
precedence.
The election here was sharply contest
ed, but the people having made up their
minds to throw off tlM yoke of oppres
sion, and make a break in the ranks of
the court house clique, which has lived
nearly ever since its organisation on
the hard earning* of the people of
this county andstiN they keep up the
cry givt CUTE By voting the regular
Republican ticket resulted in its coming
out ahead with a handsome majority.
The whole number of votes cast was
one hundred and one.
Republican State ticket, 81 Demo
cratic State tieket, 20.
Senator—Lord, Rep., 70 Coase,
Ind., 30.
Representatives—Telfer, Repub., 61
Brown, Repib.,86^ Cameron, Dem., 15
Pearoe, Dem., 30.
Treasurer—Irgins,Repub., 66 Wye*
koff, Dem, 33.
Court Commissioner—Wheeler, Rep.
65 Clark,. Dem., 32.
Clerk of Dist. Court—Atherton. Rep.
61 Paddock, Dem., 3 and the little,
insignificant tool of the court house
ring Sherwood, who weak into tho con
vention, and got fairly defeated, suc
ceeded ia stealing 35 votes. No true
republican either voted or worked for,
him hut KHM of the old ring's
allies were willing to forsake principles,
the Republican party, and vote for this
ahas-seeking bolter for clerk of *the
eonvt, and a democrat for the offico of
eoaaty treasurer and representative.
Wa will not stop to individualise who
these individuals all were, but suffice
it to say that one of them was a gray
sore-headed^ defunct, old fossile, politi
cian, who was trotted out last fall as an
iadependant candidate, after having
been defeated in the convention,, and
one poor fellow that waa blown across
the briny deepy and picked up by .this
clique-, who soil! hold him, and keep
him to run on small errands, ait on
jury's at every term
Of
court, and to
counsel the jidge as to the best .method
of disposing of Mower county crim
inals. W. A. CART.
LE BOY ITEflS.
From onr owa Cm respondeat*
The low price of wheat lately has
prevented many faruien from selling,
but we warned our farmer friends early
in the- season! that they bad better sell
little less
price for grain than to pay^heavy
in
terest on money. We hope Graia will
take a raise soon for at .presant tho low
pricee stagnate all kinds of business.
The must excitowant we have 'hero
at presaut i» the building- of grain
warehouse by an aaioeiatibn- of mer
chants, for the purpose (the^ say) of
paying all wheat is, worth, in Milwaukee
adding transportatMKte. The- merchants
concluded: tiki* die- wheat Buyer* have
not paid: all tbeyou^ut topaj^ for whoat.
while oajklle oontrary the wficit buyers
claim they-hnve»lbst money in* the crop
so far. We do not think t£* buyers
have made much of anything,, yet we
are free to confess that vu little- aompe
tition at timesb is good* provided1 it is
not eamedloik'alrtheexpeuse of either
party- \Ke»waut tosee-tfae Fanner get
all he can.fur-his grsin4.3rat, tho* grain
buyer must: live out of* Hi* business.
The grain buyer in retaliation, proposes
opening, a. Lumber Yard) they promise
to make it» tmrm for tfae^ Lumber deal
ers who bavtt'been taking Btock in the
Merchants-Warehouse" Fun ahead".
Xjic Flection is over and Le Roy
done her duty both as regards Repub
lican majorities, and against that "cor
rupt nest" known as the Ring. Not
withstanding Mr. Wyckoff*s popularity
as candidate for County Treasurer, the
Republicans of Le Roy stood by the
regular nomineee and gave them all
handsome majorities. Yet Le Roy
.has again to put in her yearly com
plaint, Austin has sold us out again."
Well the Austin Ring is about bank
rupt and cannot sell out many more
times. We are satisfied with Aa gain
.this yean. But Messers Dan., Johosen
& Cbmpany look out for next year we
will be after you, and show jou up
you will find out it is a hard matter to
ride a Democratic and Republiean
horse at the same time. Tfiii£makes
two years you have worked* for and
voted the Democratic ticliot: We db not
think you will: make, the Republicans
of Mower county believe in future that
you area Republican.
We hear an intimation of good news
for our towns people. We arc to
have another Sabbcth School Conoert
on Sunday November 21st, so says Mr.
Williams and he ought to know.- Wc
shall be impatient till ho comes off.
The Rev. Walter Ross informs us that
owing to LeJRoy not being the Capitol
of Mower county, we cannot have
Sabbeth school convention here, but
will have the next best thing to it and
that is that Rev. Messem- Proscott and
Parker will hold special services at tho
Baptist Church in this place on Sunday
November 28th the services will be in
the interest! of the. Sabbath Schools
and we hope that every man, woman
and childgthatcaa come will bo here on
that day.
Whinjony to Isamsthafe the Rov.
Mr.* Chapman -is to Jeave ua. We un»
darstand. thath'e goes* to New York'
city. We-cannot afTdrd to lose him,
yet if it is his gain we must be content.
We are not advised as to who is to be
his sucoeftor.
Johnson & Bro.
HAVE REMOVED
Their Oneral Steel of lentaitoe
TO
Bank Block,
ftrtlof lit litnul M.
Where they eaa show their Goods to better ad
vantage than before, aad will sell at
VERY LOW PRICES.
Wheat being very lew ia priee, they know
the Vteaiera and oommaalty at large need
Dry Qooda at RaduMSPrioe%whioh
Johnson «& Bro.
Intend to do n»d aa they eaa bay feeds at
lower prieea NOW than thirty days age, they
eennffocdto
S
ELX. LOWER.
Thankful for past patronage, they hope te
marit a eontianatioa of the aame.
They havealarge at««k of
its and
I
Shoes
Aad
Clothing,
fttk ha vffl Cn» Oat it Cat!
JOHNSON & BRO.
sstr
AK
AUSMA
Restores grar aad faded Hair to in
OaicnuL COMB, removes Dandruff
CflM ALL MOMII TO SCALP,
fwyenti ^4UMS% and makes the bote
grow Soft, Gloosp and Luxuriant*
IUlaltl|l|vlMkM
MhhklaiM hfc
Filiaisd by 8BWABD. MITTL1T
yHfanff^ftuijlrts, Baflhlo, W.T SolA
For Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Act»
dity of the Stomach, Loss of Appetite^
Nausea, Hearr-burn, Jaundice, aad al
disrairs arising from a disordered stale
ef the Stomaca» Liv or Intestines.
Prnarad by 8BWAR9, BKNTLBT
CHBKBT. IHuaist^BaAhvM
J.
BsIS
Crockery &
Glassware,
JOHNSON & BRO
Have on hand as large a stock of
CROCKERY AID &US8VIBE
as there is in Mower County which they
will sell at very
LOW FIGURES.
Mso. some very nice
SILVER PLATED CASTORS
which they can WARRANT..
Austin, May 12th, 186& SIC
AUSTIN
PUMP MANUFAC-
TO«l!
A NEW IMPROVED PUMP!
A €freat Improvement over the
Waupun or any other Manu
factured in the West.
This pomp Is Warranted to bring the water
to the spout, from below freesing point, at
ONE STROKE,.
whieh it take* any other from three to seven,
and whieh saves ll0 per oent. on the wear of
the Pnmp. It is maaeof thorbeet bfcrd maple
and Warranted the topis also.warranted not
to burst by frost intwinleci-.
MATERIAL ANJD WORKMAN
SSIB OF THE,BEST!
VT« ate aleo trianufkoturing a superior FORCE
PUMP, suitable to any emergency in
estingnishing fire* This pump will throw wa
ter to the top of any building in the city.
Call and examine them for yourselves and
leaTeyour orders..
fSf All orders byvmaiT promptly^ attended
10
ISAAC WESTOVER.
North-east Ctfrner-of PttbU»- S^uarej Anstin,
Minn. v2n2tf
Eaxly Rose Potato
For Sale in Austin.
Me.SV A*Jliehaedsoa of tha firm ef Ahs
tiw A^RichBrdioa oornor of Maine and Mill
street has a few bushels of the genuine early
rose potatoes for sale. Farmers and Gardners
who wishto raise apotato that yields the most,
inataret the earliest and is the bost table pota
toeihat is grown, will call early on Mr. It.,
before they are all gone.
Aastin, Miaa., Nov, 4th 1161.
HALO. MR,!
HATE YOU HEARD THE HEWS?
J. C. ACKLEY has sold his
BOOT AND SHOE 8T0RX to
J. B. Revord,
AND
DOWN
GOES
•T OO0V
A large assortmeat of
BOOTS,
8HOES,
LEATHER A
FINDINGS
Constantly oa hand.
REPAIRING done oa abort notiee aad
oa the most reasonable terms.
Thegeods will be kept at the old stand ef
J.
C.
Aeklsy, aawest side Mala strost,a
eeenpiedby
2-12yl J. B. REVORD.
ZELLER,
MERCHANT AIL
0&
Ikeep oeastantiy oa kaadthe best
CLOTHE
VESTLNGS&a
.. rsmplby aeue Bat th»
BEST OF WORKMEN.
CUT~Iira DONB IR TBW BAVBSB
BTTLB.
PETER ZELLER,
BbntbtSide of PahlieSqnare.
Austin, BMh SSrd, 1800. Hfl
O Wlftt THE CROWD!
N.P.AUSTI5IRKHARDS0N
AUSTIN, MINN^
are now receiving a large Steek ef Goods, dft
eet from New York, aad an
POSmYELY
Selling Goods Cheaper than at aay time siaee
the dose of the War. They arealsoreeelviaga
Large stoek of TEAS and SUGARS bought of
New York Importers and Jobbers, aad an.
GIVING
3i*ater
Bargain* thaa w. Thsse Good*
mere aUbeught duriag the rsoeat paaiein Mew
ITeHl FOR CASH, aad he dees net iatead to bo
nadenold. If others give
AWAY
Goods,they will always he ready to fellow their
generous example ia doing tho publie good.
They will not quote priees,but guaraateest* felt,
Aa lemas.ths SSOM csn lis Uttagift iaMianessls.
sow
A Sale ^d Speady^Gure for Coughs,Colds,
Asthma Bronchitis,. Haarsencu, Croups
Influenza, Whooping Cough, Ineipteat,
Comumption,. aad all Diseases of tha
Throat aad Lungs. Don't neglect a
oev*re Cough, Or throw away money on a
worthless medicine.
PIIIOC
pirrv
OMT« RAN BOTTLB
Prepared by SEWA&Dk BBlftUT
*m^t%ugh«s.B«flhlorlLT,
^lUNS AND
ED'PROMPTLY and
torily at
PISTOLS REPAIR
aatisfao-
LAWYER'S.
Austin, Sept.
16th^ 1869. v2a23tf.
OOD SAWING DONE ON
Short notioe by
6. Iiaafliar,
AA^ebatea's BesUnraat, Maia St vtaBlC
NO 31.
STALEY & WILLIAMS,
Main Street, next door to
Olemmer's Drug store, hate
stock and are
constantly
receit*
ing choice and well selected
)iy Goods, Yankee Notions,
lata, Caps, Boots & Shoes,
Groceries, Tobacco ft Ci^ws,
Crockery, &c., which they are
offering to the public at prices
that defy competition. W. T.
!llis Celebrated Baltunore Oys-1 hi«h by wj|| fhttiwr than.
I ever offered in tins marked.
-ere constantly on hand «nd far
sale Wholesale and Retail away I
lelow the market Choioi'Hik
vanaand Domestic Cigan for]
sale to this trade at reiy l^w]
CASH
buyers should]
not fail to call on
STALEY & WILLIAMS.!
DUNKLEM AN,
MEBCHiNT TAILOR
AND DBAuanr
A A E
CLOT HI N Gil
Cloths,
Doeskins,
aad allkiads rf
TAILORS TRIMMINGS,
CAPS, and
6EIB FURNISHING GOODS'
(Mtf MU1 SttMt, Awlta, Miu.
No Surrender.
(Seo. Alderson
Has removed his stock of goods
from-Mill1 Street to the stand
recently occupied by N. P.
Austin, on, Main Street, and
iwntea sgeeiafe attention to his
choice selection. oil
FiiSIMG&dOISlSS,
DRY GOODS.
6RSGEB&T,
BOOTS & SHOES,
tint QEHERAL VIBiETT OF 800DS,
Which he offers for sale at ex
tremely
LOW PRICES !i
GOODS delivered to any
part of the city free of charge.
n4tf
Picture Frames 1 Picture Frames
Wto have a very largo stoek of niee new
ant,
a»d Rose and Gilt, and Blaek Walnut
Mouldings on hand.
HOPKINS
A
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or
AUSTIN, MINN.
(Saeoeoor to Owlaa W. Page, Baakor.
Kaaeioaa
Ouvaa W.
$*km, V.
J.
H.
P. Avsrnr,
MaaaiLL, 1.0 Waaauia, '1
(President first Hix2.AH W. PAea.
National Baak ofMcGregor, Iowa.)
Bastsra Bxehange and Drafts on Oieat
Britain aad all principal Continental CKies, fee
sale in sams to salt.
Colleetioas will reeeire prompt attention.
A goats for Inman Line of Steamships aad
Tikets sold atl*wcaC eanenej rates to aad
torn
eveij Railwaj station ia Sarope.
P. VAN VALKENBURGH,
WAREHOUSE NO, 9,
IEAR 0EPOT, AUSTDI,. IDIIESOU
Keeps eeastaatfy en Band
Coal Cement*
&
THE LARGEST
AVSTH 0VLT XRVX
REPUBLICAN
IN MOWER COUNTY.
Vesting,! j0^ pointing!
HATB
Ia this DepartBMat we are ywpel
with New Job Type aad frowst Pt—og
to do the ..
AMD WIRA THB ORBA:
PLAIN AMD
PRINTING,
Advertise
FKRNALD,
Dealers ia Furniture, Austin. Minn.
Looks well.
We are glad to see snoh aa immense-erowd
constantly Booking to the -store of Deller
A
Guns, whieh shows that they are selling
goods at low tgawsvaad giving satisfaotioa
generally.
Advertise
IN THE
mraun.

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