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Austin, Minnesota.
C.H. DAVIDSON,Editor gff$ Proprietor
AUSTIN, MINNESOTA:
WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 26,1882.
FARGO attributes the late Aurora
Borealis to their electric lights.
THE average American is like the coun­
try he belongs to—without a past, but
with a boundless future.
A LITTLE Oswego girl went to heaven
a few days ago, by way of the jumping
rope. She only had to jump 200 times.
THE Minnesota State Fair will be held
in the city of Rochester next fall, com­
mencing the last of August and hold nine
days.
THE Congressional Committee on Edu­
cation last Friday reported a bill recom­
mending an appropriation of $95,000,000
for the education of all the children in
the United States.
WE would ask the Albert Lea Standard
when it learned that the Caledonia Argus
and the Austin Register were Republican
papers? "We supposed they were Demo­
cratic, or at least Independent.
THE bible used in the U. S. Senate for
swearing in Senators, has been stolen. It
has been in use for fifty-three years, and
every senator admitted during that period
has been sworn in upon that bible, and
kissed it.
ANOTHER terrible tornado visited Mis­
souri last week Tuesday. At Montrose
eighteen dwellings and four churches
were destroyed. At Brownsville fifty
houses were thrown down, six persons
killed and thirty injured. Other places
were visited, but the damage was not so
severe.
MODERN ideas and modern improve­
ments, who can keep pace with them?
Think of a ride in a Pullman car through
the streets of Jerusalem the golden, and
the Garden of Eden. It seems like sacri­
lege to think of it, and yet it is said in­
creased travel will justify the laying of
steel rails in Judea.
THE great dry goods house of A. T.
Stewart & Co. is soon to close business.
Since the death of the merchant prince,
Judge Henry Hilton and Wm. Libbv
have conducted the business in the old
name. Mr. Stewart left no children, no
sons in or out of the firm, to perpetuate
his name or his great business interests.
A MOST dastardly attempt was made
last Wednesday morning to blow up
Carleton College. A machine was de­
posited in one of the windows in the
second story loaded with fire-crackers and
other explosives. Slight injuries to the
building in the way of broken windows
and falling plaster was the amount of
damage.
THE latest news from the comet is that
the earth will only receive a slight brush
from its caudle appendage. If we could
know the positive locality that would re­
ceive a whisk of its fiery tale we would
be glad to give the information. We
have heard that Albert Lea was supposed
to be the point—and all on account of
Standard.
CHARLES DARWIN, the scientist, is dead.
Darwin's life cannot be accounted a fail­
ure, though his theories remain unproven.
He has introduced new ideas, which can­
not fail of giving fresh impulses to scien­
tific study and research. He was the
honored member of many learned socie­
ties, was eminent in geology, zoology
and botany.
A "WHISKY-SOAKER by the name of
Toohey, shot his wife dead in Minneapo­
lis. A jury of twelve intelligent Minne
apolitans last Friday brought in a verdict
of manslaughter in the second degree,
the extreme penalty for which is seven
years in state's prison. Bill Erwin, the
noted criminal lawyer, was attorney for
the prisoner, and made the jury believe
the wife-killer was insane with delirium
tremens at the time he committed the act.
ONE of the most disastrous fires that
ever visited the State, swept over Lake
City last Saturday morning. Lake City
was a prosperous business town of about
8,500 inhabitants. Full three-fourths of
the business part now lies in ashes. The
fire was discovered about 2 A. m., in an
unoccupied building, and is supposed to
be the work of an incendiary. The
flames leaped from building to building,
across streets, and over vacant lots, and
raged for five hours. The loss is estima­
ted at $350,000, and the insurance at
$100,000. The fire department worked
nobly, but so furious were the flames that
they baffled all efforts, and the fire burned
until it burned itself out.
HON. MILO WHITE of Olmsted county,
is in the field as a candidate for Congress.
We are informed that Mr. White is a most
excellent man, and would make a good
and wise Congressman. Because the
TRANSCRIPT supports Mr. Dunnell is no
reason why it should not treat opposing
candidates with the utmost courtesy—
and especially a gentleman like Mr.
White. We believe Mr. Dunnell to be
the ablest, most influential, and best man
for the district,—and because we believe
so, shall favor his re-nomination and
election. However, we propose to .stand
by the choice of the Republican conven­
tion, and whether it be Mr. Dunnell, Mr.
White, or any other good man, he can
depend upon our hearty support.
THIS is about the way the Republican
newspapers of the First District stand on
the Congressional question:
FOR MB. BUNNELL.
Albert Lea Enterprise.
AUSTIN TRANSCRIPT.
Spring Valley Vidette.
Preston Republican. 1'- j:
Lanesboro Journal. 'y
Rushford Star.
Caledonia Journal.
Rochester Post.
Owatonna Journal.
Owatonna Herald.
ANTI-DUNNELL.
Albert Lea Standard.
Kasson Republican.
Winona Republican.
St. Charles Union/
Wabasha Herald.
NON-COMMITTAL.
Spring Valley Mercury.
Caledonia Argus.
Mantorville Express.. iv
Lake City Leader.
NOT KNOWN.
Dodge Center Index.
Plainview News.
DOCTOR KOCH, of London, has been
nuting experiments with tubercular dis­
eases, and lias discovered that the matter
expectorated by consumptives is full of
parasites, which are capable of commpni-.
eating the disease. He hopes to discover
a harmless form of the parasite which
may be used for inocculatfon against the
disease the same as in the case of small
pox,—Et.
THE useful boys and girls should be
gcouraged. vtEvery parent is more or
resMnsiblja fofithe 4egre£ of useful
ness of rjSis cliJldrenjs if properly trailed/'
they aip geno&lly 'useful rfow impor­
tant that the rising generation'Of' boys
should not grow up a generation of loaf­
ers. The Philadelphia Times has this to
say, which we commend to the perusal of
boys generally: "The useful girls will
some day undertake the task of looking
up boys who know how to do something
besides pl&y pool, smoke Cigarettes and
swing little canes along the street. They
will want to find young men who are able
to support wives, and in all probability
they will have a great deal more difficulty
in the search than the young men have to
find girls who know how to broil a steak.
The useless boys are quite as common
as the useless girls, and they are ever so
much more helpless. A useless girl may
be made ornamental a useless boy can't
be made anything."
DULUTH Tribune: "The St. Paul Globe
suggests the name of Mark H. Dunnell
for President upon the basis of a reorgan­
ization of parties, with the tariff as an
issue. Dunnell's recent speech has set
the country moving, and whatever its
effects, it will raise him into national
prominence. It was not merely what he
said, but the fact of his saying it that has
given his speech so much importance. It
was a strong presentation of the vexed
question from the low tariff point of view,
and the personal independence of the
speaker in breaking away from the opin­
ions held by a majority of his own party
will strengthen him in the estimation of
the people. A man with strong and clear
views, with the courage to express them,
is always respected, and when he is in
the right, he becomes a power. Dunnell
is such a man. He is wont to think for
himself, and what he says is always lis­
tened to with the attention that a man of
forcible character is sure to command.
He has been one of the best workers that
Minnesota has sent to Congress, and the
prominence he has attained is not due to
any adventitious circumstances, but to his
own powers of mind and will. He has
made himselt felt, and though he has not
had the lucky combination of circum­
stances which helped Windom to high
places, he has a force of character which
impresses his colleagues and the country
at large, which Windom has not. The
difference between the two men may be
seen in the popular feeling regarding
them. Whether or no the feeling has any
foundation matters not at present. It
exists and we are not at liberty to close
our eyes to it. This feeling regards Win
dom's success as due more to his luck than
to any innate ability of his own, while
Dunnell's slow and gradual rise into na­
tional prominence is regarded as the work
of the man's own efforts in the develop­
ment of his powers. It may be looking a
little too high to see Dunnell the standard
bearer of the low-tariff men, but his ene­
mies in this State cannot afford to sneeze
at him. He is altogether too big a man."
Immigrant Anti-Immigratlonists.
There is a great deal of inconsistency
in the Anti-Chinese agitation by the
United States. This country, which of
all countries in this wide world, boasts of
its open doors to people of all colors from
all nations, of its freedom from all forms
of caste and oppression, how strange that
it should legislate against the iminigra
tion of Chinese any mere than those of
any other nationality. The following
fictitious petitions from the N. Y.
'tribune
of Feb. 25, 1879, are worthy of being
quoted on each recurrence of this agita­
tion:
To the Honorable Jlouse of Representatives:
The undersigned, legal voters and citi­
zens of the United States, respectfully
ask that y)u prevent the immigration of
any more Germans to this country, be­
cause they will' drink lager, go on Sunday
excursions, save their money, and are
buying up all the land in the country.
ROBERT MAOGREGOR,
HUGH MACDOUGAL,
SANDY MACPHERSON,
and 1 000 others.
To Ter Honers the Mimbers of Congress:
We, the undersigned citizens of the
United States of Amerikie, respectfully
petition you to tack into the "Haythen
Chinee" bill the white nagers or Ratalians
that are coming over here in dhroves and
working ten or twilve hours a day for
nothin' at all at all, and boarding thim
selves at that. Now what can an honest
man do to aim a dacent livin' if you
don't put a stop to it.
PATRICK O'REILLY,
MICHAEL MCDERMOTT,
WM. JAMES O'SULLIVAN,
and 1,000 others.
Congrishman: Vot for you no schtop
dem Irishman shust de same mit Schine
man? He drinks up all de viskey like
notings, votes every time all day lonj*,
and makes drubles mit us. And it is
shust so easy mit de needle in de camel's
eye ash to have de behind vordtmitde
Irishman. JACOB ROERHAKSEN,
HANS BUMGABTEN,
PETER VON STEINBURGER,
and many others.
To Ze Grand Congress:—Shentlemen—If
all ze
wis
mans
and evraboda 'but ze Frenchmans, you
vill have one magnificent Republic.
Loins Du BOISE,
PAUL COGNAC.
Government Signal Station—Carleton Col­
lege, Northfleld.
Meteorological report for the week end­
ing Monday, April 24, 1883:
Latitude, 44 deg., 27 min., 40.8 sec. longitude, 1 h.
4 m. 23.85 sec. W. of Washington. Altitude,
931,97 ft. above Washington sea level.
Maximum thermometer, Monday, April 24 67°
Minimum Thursday, 30....... 32°
Average of exposed thermometer, (dry bulb).... 47s
(wetbnlb).... 42°
Dew point 36°
Relative humidity 63
Vapor tension 20
Average, barometer redueed to freezing and sea
level, 99. 981 inches.
Total' movement of wind (per self-register), 2,683
miles.
Average velocity of wind per honr, 15 miles.
Time of maximum velocity and maximum velocity,
Wednesday, April 19,36 mi let per honr.
Total amount of water (rain and melted mow) 1.98
inches.
Itching Piles—Symptoms ana cure.
The symptoms are moisture, like perspira­
tion, intense itching, increased by scratching.
Aery distressing, particularly at night, aa If
Iris worms were crawling in and about the rec
twin the private parts are sometimes affect­
ed if allowed to continue very serious
results may follow. "Dr. Swayne's All-Heal­
ing Ointment" is a pleasant sure cure. Also
for tetter, itch, salt rbeum, scald bead, Ery­
sipelas, barbers' ltcb, blotches, all scaly,
crusty, cutaneous eruptions. Price SO cts. 8
boxes for $1.25. Sent by mail to any address
on receipt of price in currency, or three cent
postage stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
£son, 330 N. Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa.,
to whom letters
should be addressed. Sold by
all prominent druggiBts. JulyMy
EXPERIENCE TBS BEST GUIDE.—The reason
why women use Parker's Ginger Tonic is, be­
cause they have learned by experience—the
best guide—that this excellent medicine
overcomes despondency, periodical head­
ache, indigestion, pain In the back and_kid
neys, and other troubles of the sex.—Home
Journal._
Ask your druggist for "Dr. Sykes* Sure
Cure for Catarrh/- Don't take any other.
HAT YOU EVER known any person to be
seriously ill without a weak stomach or in­
active liver or kidneys? And, when these or*
gaps are in good condition do you not And
their possessor enjoying good health? Park*
er*s Ginger Tonic regulates these important
organs, makes the blood rich, and pure, and
strengthen* every part of the system See
other column. ,,
Tbe best advice to Catarrh Sufferer—write
Dr. C.B. Sykes, 109 Madison Street, Chicago,
for full information of a Sure Cure—Free
Human Suffering Relieved.
Injensely severe headaches, constipa
tiog^bf tiie Mfrels, deflpney of-ibiliotfe
.,4MScrfetioris, fptulency, Jpistcndinesa* atoi
\veaknesp._6T muscularjpower, lowness jof
spirits,
nervous
cured b3r using
true tonic, universally recommended by
the medical profession.—MedicalJournal.
SCHUYLER COLFAX says senator Win­
dom is the most available candidate fof
president in 1884. Minnesota republicans
would probably be satisfied with Windom
forpresident and Dunnell for vice-presi­
dent but nothing less.—Milwaukee Sen­
tinel.
"Throw Physic to the Dogs, I'll None of it."
We do not feel like blaming Macbeth
for this expression of disgust. Even now­
adays most of the cathartics are great re­
pulsive pills, enough to "turn one's stom­
ach." Had Macbeth ever taken Dr.
Pierce's Purgative Pellets he would not
have uttered those words of contempt.
By druggists.
THE well known theatrical manager and
actor, Chas. P. Plunkett, died in Detroit,
Mich., recently, age 59. He |was one of
a family of actors who have b.een known
upon the stage for the last twenty years.
GOLDEN Medical Discovery (words reg­
istered as a trade-mark) cures all humors
from the pimple or eruption to great vir­
ulent eating ulcers.
THE Rev. A. Busch of Winona, has a
special reason to "remember the Sabbath
day." His five children were all born on
lay
Sunday.
THE Favorite Prescription of Dr. Pierce
cures female weakness and kindred affec­
tions. By druggists.
THE house committee on territories has
agreed to report favorably the bill creating
a territorial government in Alaska.
TIME TBIES ALL.—So it does, and in
cases of dyspepsia, indigestion, constipa­
tion, kidney and liver complaints, bilious­
ness, etc., Burdock Blood Bitters have
been proved by many a trial to be a reli­
able cure. Price $1.00. Sold by Dorr &
Wold.
FELL DOWN,—Mr. Albert Anderson,
York street, Buffalo, fell down stairs and
severely bruised his knee. A few applica­
tions of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil entirely
cured him. Sold by Dorr & Wold.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
AUSTIN UNION BAND AND OR
CHEST RA.—CHAS. H. WILBOUR, Leader.
The Band has eighteen members and tbe Or­
chestra six. Either organization are pre­
pared to furnish first-class music at an hour'B
notice for any and all occasions where their
services may be desired and at reasonable
rates. All applications made to the Leader or
to W. H. witham, Secretary, will receive
prompt attention.
ADVERTISED LETTERS.
AUSTIN POST OFFICE, Mower CO.,Minn.,)
APRIL 22,1882.
The following is a list of letters which have
been in this office thirty days, and for which
no call has been made. To obtain them appli­
cants should ask for "advertised letters," and
(rive the date of this notice:
Brown, Mrs Amy Smith, Frank
Howl, Miss Inga More
If not delivered within four weeks, they
will be sent to the Dead Letter Office.
C. H. DAVIDSON. P. M.
Farm For Sale.
Eighty acres within a mile of this city, and
within one half mile of tbe creamery now be­
ing establisbed. This farm is all seeded but
about 15,acres. About 30 acres of meadow,—
about the same in pasture twenty-two acres
seeded last spring. House and barn, two
well9 with pumps In them, good cellar, Ac.
Reason for selling: Have no use for it. There
is a mortgage on the farm of $8U0, running 3
years yet, at 10 per cent. Price,S2,OQO. Money
now needed to buy it and get full control,
$1200.
D. COBB, 803 Franklin Av. Minneapolis.
apr28-5t
S I N E S S
Rates $1.50 to $2.00 Per Day.
VINOSOR HOTEL.
AUSTIN. MINNESOTA,
H. W. BULLIS. Prop'r.
Table equal to that of any house in the city.
Large ana convenient Sample Rooms. Situ­
ated within easy distance of Opera House,
Postoffice and Depot. A free 'Bus to and
from all trains. It being the aim and desire
of the proprietor to run this hotel on flrst
class principles, and make it the house of the
city, at rates to suit tbe times, one trial by
commercial men and theatrical companies
will be sufficient to establish its excellence.
t3y~Kemember tbe Windsor, on Mill street.
OLSON & MALMBERG,
House. Carriage and Sign
PAINTING!
Paper-Hanging,
KALSOMMG AND FRESCOING.
Special attention given to GRAININO IN IMI­
TATION OF WOODS, and to inside work gener­
ally. WILLIAM OLSON,
A
I. M. MALMBERG.
Austin, Minn., April 26, 1882.
OPIUMH»«TT
S
vspsse^"&Tgii&£&xssLji
A YEAR'S READING
THE NEW YORK WEEKLY WORLD
New Presses, New Type, New Building, New Ap­
pliances, and New Life in every
Department.
$ I a Year, Postage Paid. SO Cents
for Six Months.
A COMPLETE FAMILY PAPER.
FREE MASONS
Should read Its Special Masonic Department,
Edited by one of the most renowned Masons,
with contributions from the pen of Distinguished
Masons.
The WEEKLY WORLD is the only leading
newspaper in the country that has a special de­
partment devoted to Masonic Interests.
OTHER EXCELLENT FEATURES.
1. All the News, complete and Interesting.
2. The Farmer's World—a lull page of agrlcul
tural and farm news,
3. The Literary World—a full page of long stories
and short stories, comic ballads and serious
poems, fairy tales and sailors' yarns.
4. The Housekeeper's Columns—what every wom­
an wants to know.
5. The Veterinary Department—with prescrip­
tions free for all subscribers, anu full instruc
tlons for the treatment of live stock.
6. The best Chess Column in the world for ama­
teur players.
7. The best Checker Department in the world for
both amateur and professional iriayen.
8. A Corner for the Young Folks—riddles, cha­
rades, puzzles, enigmas, acrostles, etc.
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ana accuracy.
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gressive News-
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Unequalled Offers
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SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FKEX.,
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WodASuttding Mew York.:
A
E
PRINTS AT
State
ARE
Large
LOW,
I
and
Well
Assorted stock, seleeted from the best manu­
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CALL AND EXAMINE
Our goods before purchasing elsewhere.
[Trueidell's Old Stand.]
OP MINNESOTA, COUNTY
OP MOWER, 88.
James R. Carson, Plaintiff, T*. M. P. Lyke,
Defendant.
The State of Minnesota, To M. P. Lyke
Defendant:
Tou are hereby summoned to be
and appear
before the undersigned, one of tbe Justices of
tbe Peaoe in and for said county, on tbe 80th
day of May. 1888, at 9 o'clock In thefpre noon,
at my oflioe In the village of Grand Meadow,
inaald oounty, to answer to James .R. Carson
In a civil aetion.
Shonid you fail to appear at the time and
place aforesaid. Judgment will be rendered,
against you upon the evidence adduoed by
said James R. Carson for such aum aahe shall
show himself entitled to. ..
Given under my hand this
18th day of April
188B.'
G.W.QRAY, Justioeof thePeaee.
Gao. F. Gooownr, Plaintiff's Attorney
^."Sr A
CREAM BOOMS UP, AND
-AT-
IF YOU ARE, GO TO
F. I. CRANE' LUMBER YARD,
West Side, where you can get
BEST GRADES OF LUMBER!
AT THE LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
He keeps on hand at all times a full assortment of tbe various grades of
LUMBER, SHINGLES, WINDOWS, DOORS, PICKETS, LATH, &C.
When you need anything in hia line, call and see him.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
J. SCHWAN,
DEALER IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
OP ALL STYLES.
The largest and beat selected In the city, which will be sold at
BED ROCK PRICES.
CUSTOM WORK MADE TO ORDER. HKPAIKING NEATLY DONE.
MAIN STREET. AUSTIN, MINN.
& WEST'S.
GINGHAMS, CAMBRICS AND LAWNS,
REDUCED!
fine display of Ladies'Dolmans
Dress Goods and Trimmings a Specialty.
BUILDING MATERIAL.
You
GOING TO BUILD?
M. A. SLOCUM,
Solicits the patronage of tbe citizens of
Austin and vicinity for
House-Painting,
Paper-Hanging,
4, 5, 6, 7, AND 8 CENTS.
and Calcimining.
satisfaction in work anO
meh0-ly
He guarantees
prices.
-Leave orders atClemmer & Pooler's drug
store.
Live Agents Wanted.
To sell Dr. Chase's Recipes or Information
for Everybody, in every county in the United
States and Canadas. Enlarged by the publish­
er to 648 pages. It contains over 2,000 house­
hold recipes and is suited to all classes and
conditions of soch-ty. A wondetful book and.
a household necessity. It sells at sigbt. Great­
est inducements ever offered to book agents.
Sample copies sent by mail postpaid for SK0&
Exclusive territory given. Agents more than
double their money. Address Dr. Chase"*
Steam PrintingHouse, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
sept21-13t
WdT business now before the public. Ton
I nut make money faster at work for ns
than at anything else. Capital not
needed. We will start you. (12 a day and upwards
made at home by the industrious. Men, women,
boys and girls wanted. Yon can live at home and do
the work. No other business will pay you nearly as
well. No one can Ml to make enormous pay by en­
gaging at onoe. Costly outfit and terms free.
Money made fast, easily and honorably. Address
TsUK li CO., ABRnsta, Maine.
A WEEK in your own town. |S Ovtii
tee. No risk. Capital not required. We
will furnish you everything. Many are
making fortunes. Ladies make as much
men, and boys and girls make
great pay. Reader, if you want a busi­
ness at which you can make gnat pay all the time
yon work, write for particulars to H. HALLETT
& CO., Portland. Me.
Burdock
JSEMX
Tetter, Hainan. Salt Rhram, BcaMHcad.
IiMl aHion, nuwHMH, unpww ana
OeairallM&ttty.
irfMMkIM Unwell afliiy ai »mt
mm mm I*
&
in
Ming Else
MILL
Wraps
CRANE & PATTERSON
AND
J. F. ANDREWS
HAVE
ONSOLiDATED
their stocks of
HARDWARE,
Stoves, Tinware,
Cutlery, Barb Wire,&c.,
At the old stand of Crane A i*atterson and
this immense
DOUBLE STOCK
Will be sold at the lowest prices for cash, by
tbe successors of the above firms.
Call and see us.
you fairly.
We will endeavor to treat
J. F. AKDRIWB,
J. H. PATTERSOH.
Andrews & Patterson.
AUSTIN HEADQUARTERS
FOR
Fruits*GonfeeUonerr.
FRED BAIRD,
(Successor to S. sweningsen,)
Will keep the trade supplied with FRESH
goods always.
FRUITS, CONFECTIONS, CIGARS, TOBAC­
CO, LEMONADE AND SODA WATF
Store, 3 doors east of post-office.
GOOD LANDS FOR SALE!
IN
Olmsted, Mower,
FREEBORN AND
FARIBAULT COUNTIES.
TIME: FIVE TO FIFTEBN TEARS.
Interest Six per Cent. Yearly.
Inquire of
THOS. H. ARMSTRONG,
-Albert Lea, Minn.
nf|P»a IMPROVED BOOT BEBB 25c.
111IV Ci O Package makes 5 gallons of a delic
looa, wholesome, sparkling temparancs bevamgs.
Ask yonr druggist, or sent by mail for 25o.
C. R. HIRKS, 48 N. Beta. Ave.. Fhilada.
WORTH SENDING FOR
DR. J. H. SCHBNCK, of Philadelphia, has
just published a book on "DISEASES OF THE
LUNGS AND HOW THEY CAN BECURED,"
which is offered free, postpaid,
to aU appli­
cants. It contains valuable Information for
all who suppose themselves afflicted with, or
liable to, any diseases ot the throat or lungs.
Address DR. J. H. SCHKNCK FT SON,600 Arch
St., Philadelphia, Pa. P. O. Box 2833.
Per week can be made in any locall-
SlOV/ ty. Something entirely new for
agents. C5 outfit free. G. W. INGRAHAM ft
CO., Boston, Mass.
T51J! A WmVie ORGANS, 27 stops, 10 set reeds,
BAAAlXjO
oniy
£90. PIANOS $125 up. Rare
holiday inducement)) ready. Write or call on BKAT
TY, Washington, N. J.
GIVEN AWAY
AN BLBOANT ONB HUNDRED PAGB
FASHION CATALOGUE
Beautifally Illustrated, and containing all thr
A E S S E S
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J21
LEGAL.
Sr
^ORTGAGE PALE.
Default having been made iu-lhe payin
the sum of twelve liUriilred:'ninety'«i
',-K
styjnent
of the sum of twelve tiUriilred:'ninety'«ven
and 9^101} dollars, [$1,297.90], which is.
claimed to be flue at the date of this
not-ice upon a certain mortgage, duly
executed and delivered by Charle3
Laack and Mary L. Laack, to John Reedal,
bearing date tbe 30th day of June, A. D. 1879,
and, with a power of sale therein contaiaed,
duly recorded in the office of tbe Register of
Deeds in and for the county ot Mower and
State of Minnesota, on the 7th dav of July,
A. D. 1879, at 1:30 o'clock P. M., in Book W of
mortgages, on page 499, and the whole sum
secured having been declared due In accord­
ance with a condition in said mortgage, mak­
ing the whole debt due in case of default in
the payment of-interest or principal as stipu­
lated therein, and default having been made
In the payment of annual installments of in­
terest due June 30th. 1880 and 1881, and
no action. or proceeding having been in­
stituted, at law or otherwise, to recover the
debt scoured by said'mortgage, or any part
thereof:
Now therefore, notice is hereby given, that
by virtue of the powec of sale contained in
said mortgage, and pursuant to the statute in
such case made and provided, the said mort­
gage will be foreclosed by a sale of the prem­
ises described in and conveyed by said mort­
gage viz
The west half [V4] of the south east quarter
[&], and the east half I'A] of the south west
quarter Bi] of section No. fifteen [15] in town­
ship No. one hundred and four [104] north, of
range No.fourteen [14] \vest,a»cLal3o the south
east quarter-[Ji] of section No. nineteen [19],
in township No. one hundred and three [103]
north, of range No. [15] west, in Mower coun­
ty and State of Minnesota, with the heredita­
ments and appurtenanccs
Which sale will be made by the sheriff of
said Mower county, at the frontdoor of the
court house, in the city of Austin, in said
county and state, on the 27th day of April, A.
D. 1882, at 11 o'clock a. m., of that day, at pub­
lic vendue, to the highest bidder for cash, to
pay said debt and interest, and the taxes, if
any, on said premises, and fifty dollars attor
ney's fees as stipulated in and by said Mort
gagejin case of foreclosure, and the disburse­
ments allowed bylaw subject to redemption
atany time within one year from the day of
sale, as provided by law.
Dated Rochester, Minn., March, 13th, A. D.
1832
JOHN REEDAL, Mortgagee.
H. A. ECKHOLPT, Attorney. mch!5-7t
ORDINANCE
NO. 75.
(Amending Ordinance No. 44.)
The Common Council of the City of Austin do
ordain:
Sec. 1. That section one of ordinance No.
4l,entitted an ordinance regulating and licens­
ing auctioneers, be and tbe same is hereby
amended to read as follows:
Sec. 1. No person shall expose or offer for
sale at public auction or vendue at any place
within the corporate limits of the city of Aus­
tin, any dry goods,
groceries, boots and shoes,
ready made clothing, hardware, jewelry, yan
kee notions, or any article of merchandise
whatever, without first having obtained a
license therefor from the mayor and any
person upon the payment of the sum of four
hundred and fifty dollars into tho city treas­
ury shall be granted a license to sell at public
auction or vendue any and all the goods,
wares and merchandise mentioned in this sec­
tion for the term of one year from the date
of such licence.
Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage and
publication.
Passed April 7,1883. A pproved April 8,1882.
E. C. DORR, Mayor.
Attest: ROBERT GRIFFITH, City Recorder.
Farm for Sale or Rent,
A quarter scction in this county small
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for one year for $150 and taxes, paid in ad­
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I YMAN D. UAIKD.
Li ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Real Estate, Insurance and Collection Agent.
Office, front room, 2d floor Basford's block,
Austin, Minn.
N
OTICE.
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own benefit. S. SUMMY.
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LEGAL.
SALE.
Default haljUjig been made in the payment of
Jfche sup of seiren hundred and thirty-two and
85-100 dollars, ($733.85), which is claimed to be
due at the date of this notice upon a certain
mortgage, duly executed and delivered by
Emerick JB. Anderson and Ingeborg Anderson
his wife to The .Ediburgh American Land
Mortgage Company,Limited, bearing date the
first day of January, A. D. 1880. and with a
power of sale therein contained,duly recorded
in the ofiice of the Register of Deeds, in
and for the county of Mower, and state of
Minnesota, on the 16th day of January A.
D. 1880. at. 11:30 o'clock, a. m. in Book
of mortgages, on page 571, and there being a
default in the conditions of said mortgage
whereby the entire sum and interest secured
by the same has become due and payable, and
no "action or proceeding having been insti­
tuted at law or otherwise, to recover the debt
secured by said mortgage,or any part thereof
Nqiw therefore, notice is hereby given, that
b^Virtue of a power of sale contained in said
mortgage, and pursuant to the statute in
such case made and provided, the SIIH' mort­
gage will bo foreclosed by a sale of the prem­
ises described in and conveyed by said mort­
gage, viz:
The south half (s!4) of the south-east quar­
ter (seii) of scction number thirty-four (34),
township number one hundred and four (104)
north, and range number sixteen (16) west-,
in Mower county, and State of Minnesota,1
with the hereditaments and appurtenances.
Which sale will be made by the sheriff of
said Mower county, at the front door of the
court-house, in the city of Austin, in said
county and state, on THE 27TH DAY OF MAY,
A. D. 1882, at 2 o'clock p. m., of that day, at
public vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash,
to pay said debt and interest, and the taxes,
on said premises, and fifty dollars
attorney's fee, as stipulated in and by said
mortgage in case of foreclosure, and the
disbursements allowed by law subject to re­
demption at any time within one year from
the day of sale, as provided by law.
Dated April 6th, A. D. 1882.
THE EDINBURGH AMERICAN LAND
MORTGAGE COMPANY, Limited,
Mortgagees.
H. G. DAY, Attorney, Lanesboro, Minn.
aprl2-7t
ORTGAGE SALE.
Default having been made in the payment of
the sum of five hundred dollars, [$500], which
is claimed to be due, at the date of this notice,
as interest, upon a certain mortgage,
duly ex­
ecuted and delivered by Gilbert T. Carey and
Ann Carey his wife.to Stephen Dodge.bearing
date the 3d day of October, A. D. 1878, and,
with a power of sale therein contained,
duly recorded in the office of the Register of
Deeds in and for the county of Mower and
State of Minnesota, on tbe 5th day of October,
A. D. 1878, at 8£t o'clock, a. m., in Book W of
Mortgages, on page 79. And said mortgagee
having paid the taxes on said mortgaged
premises for the years 1880 and 1881, which
said mortgagor failed to pay, amounting to
the sum of Fifty-six and G8-100 dollars, and
no action or proceeding having been Insti­
tuted at law or otherwise, to recover the
debt secured by said mortgage, or any part
thereof:
Now therefore, notice is hereby given, that
by virtue of the power of sale contained in
said mortgage, and pursuant to the statute
in such case made and provided, the said
mortgage will be foreclosed, by sale of t.ho
premises described in and conveyed by said
mortgage, viz:
The east half of the south west quarter of
section twenty one [21], and the north west
quarter of section twenty-eight [281, all in
township one hundred and four [104] north,
of range fourteen [14] west, in Mower county,
and State of Minnesota, with the heredita­
ments and appurtenances,
Which sale will be made by the
sheriiT of said
Mower county, at the front door of the court
house, in the city of AUstin.in said county and
state, on tbe 6th day of May, A. D. 1882, at
eleven o'clock a. m., of that day, at public
vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash, to pay
said debt and interest, and seventy-live
dollars attorney's fees, as stipulated in said
mortgage, and the disbursements allowed by
law.
Dated March 15. A.D.
1882.
STEPHEN DODGE, Mortgagee.
ARTHUR L. GOVE, Attorney, Rochester,
Minn. mch'23-7t
N'
OTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY
ADVERTISEMENT.
Whereas, default has been made in the con­
ditions of a certain mortgage executed and
delivered byC. H. Evans and Clara Evans,
his wife, mortgagors, to Horace Poole, T. F.
Gilliatn and Jno. A. McArthur, partners, do­
ing business under the firm name of "Poole,
Gilliam & Co.," mortgagees, dated tbe tenth
day of April, A. D. eighteen hundred and
seventy-nine, and recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds of the county of Mow­
er, in the Ptate of Minnesota, on the twelfth
day of April, A. D. 1879, at 3:30 o'clock P. M.,
in book W of Mortgages, on page 411, on
which there is claimed to be due, at the date
of this notice, the amount of four hundred
forty-five and 35-100 dollars, [$445.35-100], and
no action or proceeding has been instituted
at law or in equity to recover the debt se­
cured by said mortgage or any part thereof.
Now, notice is hereby given, that by virtue
of a power of sale contained in said mortgage,
and of the statute in such case made and pro­
vided, said mortgage will be foreclosed by
sale of the mortgaged premises thereiu de­
scribed, at public auction at the front door of
the county court-house in the city of Austin,
in the county of Mower, and State of Minne­
sota, on Saturday, tbe thirteenth day of May,
A. D. eighteen hundred and eighty-two, at
ten o'clock in the forenoon, to satisfy tbe
amount which shall then be due on said mort­
gage, with the interest thereon, and costs and
expenses of sale, and twenty-five dollars at­
torney's fees, as stipulated in baid mortgage
in case of foreclosure.
The premises described in said mortgage,
and so to be sold, are the lot, piece or parcel
of land situated in the county of Mower and
State of Minnesota, and known and described
as follows, to wits
The south west quarter [sw£] of the north
west quarter [nwjjl of section number twelve
[12], in township number one hundred and
one [101] north, of range number fifteen [15]
HORACE POOLE, T. F. GTLLIAM AND JNO. A.
MCAUTHCR, partners doing business under
the firm name of
POOLE, GILLIAM ft Co., Mortgagees.
TBATER ft HIRNER, Attorneys of Mortgagees.
Dated March 18th. 1882. mch29-7t
N'
OTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY
ADVERTISEMENT.
Default has been made in the payment of the sttm
of twenty-three hundred dollars and one cent, which
is claimed to be due, and is due, at the date of this
notice, upon a certain mortgage, duly executed and
delivered by Theodore A. Wier, to Selah Chamber­
lain, bearing date the 5t.h day of June, A. D. 1878,
and duly recorded in the office of the Register of
Deeds, in and for the county of Mower, and State of
Minnesota, on the 27th day of June, A. D. 1878, at
3 o'clock, p. m. in Book XT of Mortgages, on page 609.
Said mortgage is conditioned that if. default be
made in any of the provisions therein contained, it
shall be lawful for said mortgagee, his assigns, or at­
torney, to declare the whole amount thereof to be
due, and pursuant to said conditions, the whole
amount secured by said mortgage remaining nnpaid,
to-wit: the sum of three thousand and sixty-six and
68-100 dollarB, is hereby declared to be due, and the
said sum is claimed to be due at the date of this no­
tice
And no action or proceeding at law or otherwise
having been instituted to recover the debt secured by
said mortgage, or any part thereof:
Now therefore, notice is hereby given, that by vir­
tue of a power of sale contained in said mortgage,
and pursuanf to the statute in such case made and
provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed, and
the premises described in and covered by said mort­
gage, viz:
The south east'quarter of section No. seven, in
township No. one hundred and four north, of range
No. seventeen west, (se% sec. 7, town 104, range 17
in Mower county, and State ot Minnesota, with the
hereditament* and appurtenances,
Will be sold at public auction, to the highest bid­
der, for cash, to pay said debt and interest, and the
taxes, if any, on said premises, and fifty dollars at­
torney's fee, as stipulated in and by said mortgage in
case of foreclosure, and the disbursements allowed by
law which sale will be made by the sheriff of said
Mower county, at the front door of the court house,
in the city of Austin, in said county and State, on
Saturday, the 13th day of May, A. D. 1882, at 1
o'clock p. m. of that day, subject to redemption at
anytime within one year from the day of sale, as
provided by law.
Dated at Austin, March 28th, A. D. 1882.
SELAH CHAMBERLAIN. Mortgagee.
G. M. CAMEBON, Attorney for Mortgagee.
mch29-7t
TATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNT"?
OF MOWER, 88. In Probate Court, Spe­
cial. Term.
In the matter of the estate of Catharine Fleok, de­
ceased.
On reading and filing the petition of D. B. Smith,
administrator of said estate, setting forth the amount
of personal estate that hag come to his hands, and
the disposition thereof: the amount of debts out­
standing against 6aid deceased, and a description of
all the real estate ot which
Raid
deceased died seized,
and the condition and valne of the respective por­
tions thereof: and praying that license be to him
granted to sell all the interest of said deceased in the
sV. ewii sec. 4, town 103, ian?e 17, and nl4 nw}£
sec. 9, town 103, range 17, in Mowor county, Min­
nesota, and it appearing, by said petition, that
there is not sufficient personal estate in the hands ut
said administrator to pay said debts, and that it is
necessary in order to pay the same, to sell all of said
real estate:
It is therefore ordered, that all persons interested
in said estate, appear before the Judge of this
Court, on Monday, the IRth day of May, A.
1). 1882,
at ten o'clock a. m., at the Probate office, in Austin,
in said county, then and there to show cause (if any
there be) why license should not be granted to
him to sell said real estate according to the prayer of
said petition.
And it is farther ordered, that a copy of this order
shall be pnblished for four successive weeks prior to
said day of hearing, the last of which publications
shall be at least fourteen days before said day ot
hearing, in the Mower County TnANSCniPr, a
weekly newspaper printed and published at Austin,
in mid county,
and
personally served on all persona
interested In said estate, residing said county, at
least fourteen days before ^id day of hearing.
By the Court, OBMANZO ALLEN,
Judge of Probate of Mower County. Minnesota.
Dated at Austin, Minn., the S«h day of Mmh,
A. D.
1882. mch3»-ot
N
OTICE TO CREDITORS.
Btate of Minnesota, County ot Mower.
In Probate Court.
ID the matter of the estate of Dwjgbt Weller,
DeeeMH
'S°
To whoalt mayt&pcpnu Notice la hereby
given to
the estate
Mower Cop|l
forexan
of the Pi
hlsoffloe
claims against
relate ofLanslng,
4-to
jnwKnt.thegame
rise, to the Judge of
rt for Mower County, at
Join Mid eountr, within six
months, db thft following days, VIE: May J5th
and SepfeJftMiMS, at ten o'lock a. m. of said
Dated March 14th, A. D. 1888.
By tbe Court,
OKMANZO ALLBN, Jutfre of Probate.
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