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City and Vicinity.
BAItROAB TIME TABLES AT AUSTIN
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL.
1. & If. DIVISION.
GOIKG SOUTH.
Passenger 4.20 a. m. except Monday
Passenger 2.30 p. m. except Sunday
Freight 6.85 a. m. excep? Sunday
Freight 10.15 p. m. Daily
GOING KAST.
Passenper 1.30 p, m. except Sunday
Passenger 11.55 p. m. except Saturday
Freight 1.80 a. m.
MASON CITY LINK.
GOING SOUTH.
Passenger 1.80 p. m. except Sunday
Passenger 12.01 p.m. Daily
Freight 7.1-0 a. m.
Freight 8.80 a. m.
Freight 4.45 p. m. Ex. Sunday
SOUTHERN MINNESOTA DIVISION.
GOIKG EAST.
Passenger 2.15 p. m. except Sunday
Passenger 11.55 p. m. except Sunday
Freight 6.45 a. m. except Sunday
Freight 4.85 p. m. Daily
GOING WEST.
Passenger 4.25 a. m. Ex. Sunday
Passenger 2.20 p. m. Ex. Sunday
Freight 7.00 a. m. Ex. Sunday
Freight 10.00 a. m. Ex. Sunday
Freight 6.10 p. m. Daily
Chicago, St. Paul & Kansas City Railva
Is the direct route to CHICAGO, ST.
PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS. DUBUQUE.
ST. JOSEPH and KANSAS CITY.
Connects in Union Depots at St. Paul and
Minneapolis for all
Dakota, Manitoba and Pacific Coast
Points. Connects in Chicago with all Lines
East and South,
GOING NORTH OB SOUTH.
.Leave 9:85 A. M. I Leave 11:31 A. M.
Ijeave 3:47 P. M. Leave 4:40 A. M.
St. Paul & Mpls. ac. north 6:12 a. m. ar. St.
Paul 10:10 a. m. Mpls. 10:45.
Lyle ac, south, leave Mpls. 4:15 p. m. St. P.
4:45p, m. ar. at Austin 8:42 p. m.
All Daily.
W. R. BUSENBARK,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Ajr't,
Chicago, 111.
For tickets and information apply to Arthur
Cole, Afrent at Austin.
—A house to rent.
Davidson.
Enquire of C. H.
—Screen Doors only one dollar at
Roberts.
-IO
cents for any kind of watch
crystals at Schleuder's.
—Big Bargains at the New Diy Goods
store. No trouble to show goods.
—Warm meals at all hours at the G. A.
R. restaurant over McBride's store.
—Mower County Wall Maps for sale at
half price, at Austin State Bank. 5yl
stairs sleeping rooms,
Inquire at this office.
—For rent—up
nicely furnished.
—Benjie Carll, of Udolph, is to have
anew windmill. It will be put up by
Keenan Bros.
—Go and see something new in Dress
Ooods with trimmings to match, at
P. Olson & Uo.
—Fresh home made cakes and pies al
ways on hand at the G. A. R. restaurant
•over McBride's store.
Go to Wm. M. Howe's office for perfect
abstracts of title. Ten years' experience.
Loans at lowest rates.
—Sugar cured hams 13c per pound,
sliced 15c, Boneless breakfast bacon 12£c
at the Flying Dutchman.
—A good second hand Organ for sale
$25.00. W. H. Harlington, first door
north of First Nat. Bank.
—Everything (except cold pancakes)
bought and sold at the Austin 2d hand
store on Mill street, opposite M. Major's.
—C. A. Whitehead of •Rochester is in
the city taking stock and looking up the
affairs of the estate of C. W. Taylor.
Prepared by a combination, proportion
and process peculiar to itself, Hood's
Sarsaparilla accomplishes cures hitherto
unknown,
—As you like it. Gray and faded
whiskers may be changed to their natural
color—brown or black—by using Buck­
ingham's Dye. Try.
—The Children's Endowment Society
of Minneapolis, Minn., paid its fifth ma­
tured certificate June 10th.
F. P. FRENCH, Sec'y.
—Soldiers desiring increase of pension
will find the Blanks necessary at oui
office. KTKGSLET & SHEPHERD
Office over Austin State Bank.
—All sorts of tinware on tap at the
Austin 2d Hand store on Mill street, op­
posite M. Majors', at prices that paralyze
the Jews and kill competition.
FOB SALE.—Restaurant for sale on
account of proprietor's ill health. Good
chance for the right man. Call at G. A.
R. Restaurant, over McBrides store.
—"It goes right to the spot," said an
old gentleman, who found great benefit
in Ayer's Sarsaparilla. He was right.
Derangements of the stomach, liver, and
kidneys are more speedily remedied by
this medicine than by any other. It
reaches the trouble directly.
—"Five years ago I had a constant
cough, night sweats, was greatly reduced
in flesh, and had been given up by my
physicians. I began to take Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, and after using two
bottles of this medicine, was completely
cured."—Anga A. Lewis, Ricard, N. Y.
—It was reported on tiie streets last
week that the water in the city well had
failed and that the works had been
hitched to the Cedar river and were
sending it through the city. As usual
this -was a mistake, the water in the well
is suffering from the universal drought,
but its water is undoubtedly ample for
all purposes. It will be well to be eco­
nomical in its use for a time,until greater
dampness prevails.
—Organs 1. Organs! Organs! Organs!
Great reduction in priceB. W. H. Harling­
ton is now selling a good black walnut
case, high top, mouse proof, organ with
book and stool for $65. in monthly or
quarterly payments, Be Bure to drop
him a card or call on him in Sweningsens
Jewelery store first door north of First
Nat Bank
DR. WINCHELL'S TEETHING BY
HUP is the best for the general ailment
of children, Sold by all druggists.
SHDjOH'fi COUGH and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cares eon
sumption. C. A. Pooler.
—$3. per keg for nails at Roberts.
—Jonathan Freeman is suffering from
a tad felon.
-$6.25 for an Elgin Stem Wind
Watch at Schleuder's.
—Rufus Allen is putting up a residence
near E. D. Fenton's house.
—Fresh Pork Sausage only 8c per
Dound at the Flying Dutchman.
—If you want tip-top table butter at
the lowest price, you can get it at Lash
brook & Co.'s.
—Mr. Bascomb will put up a $200
house on his new lot. James Sergent
is doing the work.
—Thos. Riley went to Milwaukee to
act as special police detctive during the
encampment there.
-50 cents each cleans a watch or clock
puts in a main spring and warrants it
for one year at Schleuder's.
—Sheriff Mollison went over to Albert
Lea Thursday and captured a young
man charged with jumping his hotel bill.
He is now in the cooler.
—The managers of the Mower county
Fair ask the citizens of Austin and the
county to contribute a purse towards
making the fair a success this fall.
—Mrs. Henry Miner who was stricken
down Nov. 22 last, has never recovered,
but we are glad to say that she is a trifle
better. She has been a great sufferer.
—Pat Barret is crowding the work on
the foundation for the new store for the
Austin Furniture company. It will be
very much of an improvement to our
locality.
—MARRIED At the residence of Miss
Camp Engle, in this city, Aug. 29, by the
Rev. C. E. Wright. Henry Thurston of
Glenville, and Mrs Laura Tanner of
Albert Lea.
—Mrs. S. Elliott, Scarborough Eng­
land is one of the latest new subscribers
to the TRANSCRIPT. Its local papers
make Austin and Mower county known
far and wide.
—Jacob Weisel is building a house on
his farm near Lansing, bought of Jerry
Yates. It is 18 by 26 with 18 foot posts.
He is also putting up a barn 16 bv 26
with 14 foot posts.
—For the Steele county Fair to be held
at Owatonna, excursion tickets will be
sold at one tull fare and a third for the
round trip. Sell Sept. 17 to 19 inclusive.
Good to return until Sept. 20. 1889.
—J. E. Robinson and F. A. Engle a
committee from the school board have
made a contract with Chas. Fox for 135
tons of coal, with which they expect to
keep all the buildings warm this winter.
—Spring Valley Yidette: Mort Yiall
went to Austin Tuesday, ana returned
Thursday. He has cancelled his engage­
ment with the firm in Portage, and will
soon accept alike position in Chicago.
—The stone is on the ground for a
stone cross walk, across the street be­
tween the stores of Loucks Bros, and
Giles & Tryon. If it proves satisfactory
we are to have more of them. It ought
to be all right.
—We ask our friends to remember the
printer, now, that a good crop is bring­
ing the wealth. Just now we are be­
tween grass and hay, and the grass crop
an extremely light one. Your paper
has been costing us hard money, hard to
get, through all these months, now do
your duty by us promptly.
—O. W. Shaw and family returned
Wednesday from their eastern trip, Mr.
Shaw says he enjoyed his vacation im­
mensely, but is iust as happy to get back
to Minnesota again. Our people all
come back thinking that there is no
place like the one we have right here.
•'This is God's own country" Mr. Shaw
says.
—Joseph Keenan the agricultural im
plement man is smiling at the bountiful
crops. The firm that he represents, Wm.
Deering & Co., has by fair dealing work­
ed up a great trade in the west. Joe is
a practical implement man having had
13 years experience in the business as
general and local agent. He knows how
to get in good work for his company.
—Albert Lea Standord Austin talks
of putting in an electric street railway.
We admire such public spirit, but cannot
approve of their discretion if they should
do it. A street railway is not really
needed and will not pay in towns like
Albert Lea and Austin, and even cities
as large as Mankato the companies that
operate them frequently become
bankrupt.
—A select party consisting of Ida
Weisel, Anna and Katie Rademacher,
Mamie Fiehn, Erin and Allice Sul­
livan went to Albert Lea for a picnic.
Arriving in Albert Lea, they were met
by Mr. Tryon of the Hall House, who
exerted himself especially for their com­
fort. The voung people of Albert Lea
vied with each other in extending cour­
tesies to our young people. The young
folks wish to return thanks to Mr. Tryon
and the people of Albert Lea and will be
glad to reciprocate their kindness at
some future time. The young people
drove over in Hildebrand's double rig.
—For the Industrial Exposition to be
held in Milwaukee Aug. 31 to Oct. 15,
special excursion tickets will be sold at
one fare for the round trip with 25 cents
added for admission coupon. Sell on
Tuesday's Thursday's and Saturday^
during continuance of exposition
alBO
daily from September 16 to 21 inclusive.
Return coupon good until the Monday
following date of sale. C. H. Colemaa,
agent, G., K. &> St. P. R'y.
Dr.Jaques' GermanWorm Cakes destroy
worms and remove them from tfci system.
—Go to Roberts Hardware store for
bottom prices.
—P. E. Pace of Oakland was in the
city Saturday.
—Prof, and Mrs. Breckenridge of De
corah Iowa were in the city Friday.
—J. A. Sands and John Trobridge went
to Fort Snelllng to attend the regimenta
shoot.
—J. A. Pierce is the proud father of
a nice boy which arrived at his home
Saturday.
—SI.45 tor Rogers Bros'. Triple
plated table Knives and Forks at G.
Schleuder's.
—J. F. Rockwell cut his leg with a barb
wire and is now a very sick man. Dr.
Gibson is attending him.
—By all means get prices at Schleuder's
before purchashing elsewhere. This
time his competitors can't follow in
prices.
—R. DuDkelmann who has been east
on a combined business and pleasure
trip for two weeks returned to Austin
Saturday.
—The Knights of Pythias intend to
organize a lodge at Lyle this evening.
The Austin lodge has been invited to
do the work.
—Miss Giles is too ill to take her posi­
tion in the Seventh grade at present.
Miss Ida Smith will take her place until
she recovers.
—Monday morning saw the resumption
of the march of the school book brigade.
Austin furnishes a large quota to that
army this fall.
—^There will be a meeting of the W. C.
T. U. Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock, at
Hotel Robinson parlors. A large at
tendance is desired.
—Mrs. Farrington a sister of the late
C. W. Taylor has gone to her home in
Portage, Wisconsin. She has been here
since Mr. Taylor's death.
—For fine cooking use the Flying
Dutchman home kettled rendered Lard.
It is always sweet and fresh rendered,
and is guaranteed strictly pure and first
class in every respect.
—J. A. Sands, John Trobndge. Sherm
Adams, Charles Galloway, Charley Fair­
banks, Will Andrew, John Detwiler and
Will Simson have gone to Lake City for
a company shoot,
—Mr. Bliss is putting an addition to
his house and building a large barn on
Alleghany and Greenwich streets for
temporary use. In the spring it will be
transformed into a dwelling.
—Miss Florence Neel of Corning New
Yoik, arrived in town Wednesday and
is ready to take charge of the High
school, her work for the coming year.
She boards with Mrs. John Cook.
—The Woman's Relief Corps sociable
will be held at the residence of Mrs. N.
I. Johnson '"The President" Wednesday
evening Sept. 11. Ice cream and cake
will be served. All are cordially invited.
—Charley Miller has just been putting
couple more steam rigs in run­
ning order, one for Mr. Peterson east of
town and one for Mr. Hall of Dexter.
They find a good man for the business
when they get Charley.
-For the State Fair excursion tickets
will be sold to St. Paul or Minneapolis at
fare one way for the round trip with 50
cents added for admission coupon. Sell
September 6 to 14 inclusive. Return
coupons good until Sept. 16. C. H.
Colemen agent C.. M. & St. P. R'y.
—Peoples Press: Mr. Henry Birkett,
of Owatonna goes to Austin, soon where
he will go into partnership with Mr.
Davidson, in the banking business. Mr.
Birkett is a good citizen, an honest fair
dealing man, and we wish him the suc­
cess which he so deserves.
—The young men, who gave a mid­
night lesson in dancing at the cornor of
a street near a certain lamp post one
night last week, should bear in mind
that people do not sleep with closed win­
dows these hot nights, and when they
give their next lesson it would be well
for them to omit the oaths and obscenity
or perchance, their names may be given
to the public for the benefit of those fair
ones whom thev delight to honor?
—A special term of court was held at
the court house on Wednesday last,
Judge C. M.J Start, of Rochester, pre­
siding. in pJace of Judge Farmer. The
principal case tried was that of Wm.
Whitsel, plaintiff, against Austin Pressed
Brick Co., defendant. This was an im
portant
and hard fought case. Johnson
fc Catlierwood appeared for plaintiff and
French & Wright lor defendant. The
decision is reserved tor a time and writ­
ten arguments are to be made by the re­
spective
counsel. Judge
Start
is one of
the best trial judges in the state and his
verdicts are seldom reversed.
—Mat McCabe, of New Brunswick. 111.
offerB to pay five dollars to any person
troubled with bloody flux, who will take
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diar­
rhoea Remedy according to directions
and does not get well in the shortest
possible time. One half of a 25 cent bot­
tle of this remedy cured him of bloody
flux, after he had tried other medicines
and the prescriptions of physicians with­
out
benefit. Mr. McCabe is perfectly
safe in making this offer, as more than a
thousand bottles of this remedy are sold
each day and has never been known to
fail in any case of colic, cholera morbuB,
dysentery, diarrhoea or bloody flux,
when the plain printed directions were
followed. For sale by Giles & Tryon.
UNCLE SAM'S CONDITION POW
DEE and UNCLE SAM'S NERVE and
BONE LINIMENT these two great med­
icines an sold by all druggists.
P£BSONAL MENTION.
E. O. Door Is at the Rochester Fair today.
Esther Rovoe has returned to Vermont.
N- K, Noble is sick with typhoid fever.
Nellie Johnson is clerking' for J. A- Sands.
Chaa. Clark of St. Paul, spent Sunday in
the cit?.
Wm. Hanf has returned from Beaver Dam,
Wis. all alone.
Mies Graham took her departure for Owa
tonna Thursday. ZZm
Alonzo Deckor has aooepted a position with
Merrill & Strouts.
Chris Brown was in Albert Lea on legal
business last week.
O. Ayers, G, Sehleuder and L. Dettelbach
go to Duluth Saturday.
Editor and lawyer McKnigbt of Le Boy was
visitinR Austin Monday.
Harry Mandeville aocepts a position in
D- P. Olson's new store.
Went worth Hayes of Le Roy was in the
city the first of the week.
Mrs. Roberts intends making a visit with
her sister at Cfaatanooga soon.
Miss Belle Kussel of La Crosse is visiting Mr
and Mrs. Gunz for a few days.'
Miss Matilda Sunberg
started for the Winona.
Normal school Monday morning.
Joseph Keenan has been to Moorehead to
adlust losses by a hail storm there.
Miss Addie Cook is assistant principal of
the Spring Valley schools this year.
D. Z. Robinson is back from his somewhat
extended visit in eastern New York.
Mrs. Haves of Le Roy, and a sister of Mr
Hayes are visiting Mrs. C. H. Webber.
C. 1). Allen a promising young attorney of
Spring Valley was in the city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bngle have got to their
home in Iowa. She is very much better.
Mrs. H. O. Jahren and two children go to
Minneapolis Saturday for the exposition.
Lois Kimball started Monday morning for
Winona to attend the Normal school there.
Mrs. W. M. Leach, is enjoying a visit from
her sister Mrs, Annie W. Holcombe of Still­
water.
Mrs. S. A. Corning goes to Minneapolis
Saturday to visit her daughters and attend
the fair.
Prof. J. E. Manchester, of Blue Earth City»
made his parents in Udolpho a short visit the
last of the week.
James Gibble now of Stillwater but an old
barber of this place is here for a few days
visiting friends.
Miss Dollie McGowan of Waltham leaves
Friday for Osage, where she takes a course
at the Seminary.
Mrs. Rose Galloway and baby have gone to
their home in Iowa. They have been visiting
at W. W. Engle's.
Miss Glissman who has been visiting her
sister Mrs. Giles returned to her home in
Chatfleld Saturday.
Walt Sutherland returned from the Mil­
waukee encampment Saturday night. Still
in fighting trim be says.
Miss Vaughn daughter of Daniel Vaughn of
Lansinir started for Winona Monday morning
to attend the Normal school.
E. J. Phillips made a flying trip-to Minne
neapolis and Excelsior. Mrs. Phillips re­
turns with him from Excelsior.
R. L. and N. T.Johnson of Waltham were
in the city Monday and attended the Com
mandery meeting in the evening.
F. W. Kinney was at Wells the last of the
Week. He reports cholera infantum very
prevalent there. It has caused two deaths.
Miss Ada and Emma Dewitt of Jersey City
who have been visiting their cousin Mrs. J. F.
Giles left for their home Saturday.
Bert Banfleld and Bonnie Mandeville spent
Sunday in Dyersville, Iowa. Bonnie goes
from there to Iowa City to attend school.
Miss Rose, one of Brownsdale's pleasantest
young ladies, was in Austin Monday. She
has just returned from an extended visit in
Indiana and Illinois.
Mrs. Shepherd and daughter who have been
visiting at B- Maxwells have gone to Marble
Rock Iowa. Mrs. Snyder and daughter have
gone to Hatfield Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sterling spent Sunday
in the Twin Cities. He returns to Austin
and she goes to Davenport to make a six
weeks' visit at her old home.
Mrs. Sophronia Stuart mother of Mrs.
Hiram Smith, has returned from her long
sojourn in California, and is now visiting in
Chicago. It is hoped she will return to Austin
soon.
Prof. Adams of Dexter was in the city Mon­
day and made us a pleasant call. He has
been engaged as principal of theTaopi schools
for the coming year and commences his work
next monday.
Mrs. A. A. Williams the new land lady at
the Windsor House will thoroughly refit the
hotel, and put in a complete change of furni­
ture. There will also be a new bus. She has
a carload of new furniture.
Thos. Varco and wife returned Friday from
an extended visit to his old home in Canada.
He reports excellent crops there. He reports
an extremely pleasant visit: but his joy al
getting back cannot be concealed.
Mr. and Mrs. Schwan have gone east. Mr.
Schwan is after goods and will stay about ten
days. Mrs. Schwan will be gone six weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Jo. Schwan Jr. are running both
store and house until their return.
Mr. Geo. Lightly a prosperous commission
merchant of Dennison Colorado arrived Tues.
day to visit his brother Hon. H. W. Lightly,
and brothers and sisters of Oakland. Mr.
Lightly finds quite a change in Austin since
his last visit here seventeen years ago.
For Sale Cheap,
Four stoves—One Hard coal heater—
One wood heater—Two cook stoves.
Also one refrigerator and other house­
hold goods. S. B. WOODSUM.
Fifteen Dollars Reward
At the Mower County fair this fall, I
will pay $15 premium for the best colt
of the sprine of 80, on exhibition, sired
by Superior, Also $10 for the second
best colt. H, S. HAMMOND.
Hates Bito'shave iust had a telegraph
connection put in their store, whereby
they now get the correct central time di­
rect from Northfield, twice a day by tele­
graph. This move certainly shows genu­
ine enterprise, of which Haj^es Bros', are
never found lacking. They invite every­
body to call at their jewelry store %t 10
o'clock a. m, any morning and see the
little machine work, set their watches,
and go about their daily duties prepared
to give the often repeated question of
••what time is it the correel answer to
a second.
Dry
You know we are still on
Earth
We have anew
Novelty Department
Embracing Glassware,
Tinware and Fancy Notions.
It will pay you to visit it.
Prices are Ridiculously Low.
.v
As Usual
ROCK BOTTOM.
We are glad to see
people appreciate our
CARGO'S
Also made in Ladies.
The Double Store
A CAT IN MITTENS
CATCHES NO MICE.
AND WE PROPOSE TO HANDLE THE SUB­
JECT OF BUSINESS WITHOUT GLOVES.
This advertisement is only
apiece of paper, but we are
behind it and that makes it
good for every promise it
contains. We guarantee that
every article bought in our
store shall be as low in price
as the same quality and
make can be bought in Amer­
ica or money refunded. Buy­
ers of Clothing must remem­
ber that there are goods that
look
GOOD and are BAD
'Goods that are BETTER
Than THEY LOOK, and
Goods
Goods that LOOK like the
BEST and are as good
as THEY LOOK.
Everything to deceive the
buyer. We promise you fair
goods at a fair honerable
price.
Test us with Your Trade.
tj@=*We make Clothes to Order.
Cheap Charley,
TOILER FOR TRADE."
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