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   Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - January 11, 1877, Albert Lea, Minnesota                                antoA ALBERT LEA. B. fl. Parker, the "real ruilrotu! and boat king, of New York, died on Thursday last. 3 >me estimates place the value of bia immense wealth at A dispatch from BoZeman, M. T., tlie 3d, MJ-S A soldier with Lieuten- ant Doanc's exploring expdd'tion writes here that their p-my loit crerjiiiing by the upsetting of a boat on Snake River The party lived eigiccn days on horse moat, and were three diya without food of any kind befbro reaching the settlc- Lieutenant Doane lolt for lllis last October to explore the headwaters of Snake River. He had with him six aoldiera, seven horses and three puck males. The animals were all lost, THE Hon. James O. Bluine was nom- iuatcd, in the Maine Republican Leg- islative caucus, on Thursday evening of last week, for the short term in the United States Senate, and also for the full lenn of six years, beginning March 4, 1877. Ifoth nominations Here made by acclamation, amid a great display of enthusiasm, IT is a significant fact, but one which the Democratic press of this country to have ignored, that betwet-n the ninth and eleventh of November, when Tilden was believed to have been elected, Confederate bonds held in Lon- don went up to four ani a half and five per cent. But as soon as it was defi- nitely ascertained that Tilden was not elected, ibe rebel bonds went down again to nothing United States bonds, the sale of which stopped on the news that the Democratic party hud carried the election, advanced immediately on the reception of the information tele, graphed to London by Secretary rill that Hayes hud been elected and would bo peacefully iniiugurated Presi- dent of the United Stales Winonu II fpublican. We would cull the attention of our musical friends to the following maga- zines Pelera" Household Melodies, con- taining five or six beautiful songs and choruses. Peters' Parlor Music, containing several piano pieces. La Creme de la Cieine, a collection of difficoJt piano music by the best Eu- ropean authors. Pelew' Organ Selections, for Reed or Pipe organ. Peters' S.icred Selections, containing hymns, nnthems, and Peters' Octavo Choruses, containing four choice choruses for singing socie- ties. The uiagizines are published at the oniform price of per annum, post- paid, and we have no hesitation in say- ing that they are unequaled in quality, eh.eapncss p.nd elegance. Give your newsdealer 25 cents, and tell him to order a sample coj-y. or direct to the Publisher, J L Peters, 813 Broadway, New York. IOWA COAL MINES these mines have a special interest to us in view of the probable building of the north and south line of railroad, we will give the result of one work, being Satur- day, 23d ult. The work was performed by the con- solidated coal company oporating what was formerly Nos 1, 2, 3, and Black Diamond mines, now under the mper- intendency of II. the gen- tleman who spent some weeks here a taw summers ago. upon railroad mat- ters. The total number of cars londed on the day in question, fron-. these consol- idated mines, wore 144. Theae ears each contained Hi tons, or tons of coal. That the opening of this great north nnd south through fare will greatly cheapen eur fuel, there can ba no ques- tion. _____________ Special Correspou'lenm) of the Stan darcl.] OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. WASitiMrro.t, Jan 7, 1877. The political situation has undergone no material change within the week past, and it ift almost a fruitless task to re- view the rising and filling pulsations of passing days All the ttilk of com- promise, and the rumors whio h to-day inspire the Democrats wiih hope and to- morrow revive Republican spirits are speculation and conjecture. It is be- lieved by souie that the Senate und House committees new at work will jisrree on u titisfatory plan fur conduct- ing the. count, but uiy judgment, from what I know ofthulew meetings so lur held, is thai no such agreement will be reached. The only possible way would be the adoption of a plan that would enable the House to elect Tilden President and the Senate to elect Wheeler Vice-President .But I do not think inanj of the Republicans in the Senate are now ready to agree to this. No joint meeting o.'the commit I eos has yet boon held. The reports of the S-uth- ern committees are anxiously awaited by both sides, and with them come souiu definitedeteruiinatioii of the course of procedure something that shall solve the uncertainty in which the whole matter is still enveloped Much denei'ds upon the "pinion and action of certain Senators, who. as up to this time Il >ias bocn with much confidence BUine and ConUiog are preparing to repudi. ate Hie of rctuniing boards in unJ ih.it otiiur Senators prominent will follow in their wake But this uppoars to be conjec- ture, likti all the rest, for there is no ut- terance or other substantial indication of such a purpose Even yesterday Sen- -ator in presenting n memorial from business men of New York urging a peaceful and satisfactory settlement of the controversy, did uot let fall a word thr.t could betray hia own position, though liis reutaiks were received in almost breathless expectation. The Oregon case ia cut ling a good deal of a figure in the controversy just now Mr. Urcnin and Governor Gruvcr arc botli hero, and for the moment ant the real lions of the day. The Govern or id to have a serenade this evening Senator Morion's committee has had buth before it, but without eliciting anything of consequence. The Senator thinks that a large sized marc's nest could be discovered if only he could get hold of telegraph dispatuhei sent be- tween New York and the capital of Ore- gon. So far, however, there is no- thing to sustain this notion and the prevailing opinion is that Morton1 has f-truck the wrong trail this lime. Sen- ator Wright expressed some rather un- complimentary mentimcriu Grover's action the other day while the latter reclined on a sofa near the cloak room ot the tionatc chamber. Hut the Governor took it cuolly. Whatever may be the differences of opinion he talks mid acts like a man who believes he ia legally right. There is one thing upon which pub- lic sentiment in Washington does not appear divided, and that is that the few days between the holidays and a few more hanging on either edge of the same, cannot be given up whollo to serious work. All sojourners here this season caught a little of this general spirit of revelry by und conse- quent apathy by day which infects the resident population generally. Social 'ife has been picking up wonderfully We have been in the midst of a season of dinner's, festivals, receptions, mat- inees, carvinals, and Germans. And o make things still more jolly for pleas- nre-seekers. the heavy fall of snow on New Y cars's day and 1'ie unprecedented run of bleighiug was timely. It is a real old orthodox New KngUnd winter. The Avenue" is now from morning till night one of the livliesi scenes of gaiety to be witnessed anv- where The only thing the people sui- ter from, necessary for general out door Mil-lit, is the scarcity of sleighs The opportunity for sleigh rides here is riire that thu supply of sleighs is very limited. They are worth their weight in gold almost. Livery stable men make no bones of demanding your birth right in exfhanue for on hour-or-two's use of an old fashioned pong which would be un- presentable in any Northern city The eon.-effueneo i i. of 'aid day, lit the front door of Slncy Tyrer's law office, in Albert Leu. in sitid county, offer for sale, and will sell At public auction, nil I lie right, lisle, and interest of said minor heirs, in the lands of which the said John McCartney died seized, situate in said county, to-wit The south half of the southeast quart IT of section No. four (4) and the north half of the northeast quarter of wcetiou No. nine nil in town No ono hundred nnd four (104) north, range No. twenty two (2'2) west of the5lh principal meridian. The terms of said sale will be mirttc known at the lime nnd p aoo of sole. Dated January !Hb 1877. CHARLOTTE O. BROWN, Guurdinu. I will mail e) the recipe tor preparing a elm VKUV.TABLE BALM that remove XAM, 1'iir.CKt.Ks, PIMVLKS, BLoTOHKs, leaving thu skin soft, clear, and r.eautlful; alao in.--tnu-.tic.in for prodnciMg a limiriont growth of hair on a bald or xmooth faco. Addceas Bvu. It Co1, No. S, booster St., N. Y. 1118 TO CONSUMPTIVES. The advertiser, having been permuuonllj cured I of that dread dlaooso, consumption, by it simple remedy, in anxious to make kuowo to his fellow aufferera tho ineaua of euro. To all who doxiru it, bo will eoud a cor j oi prescription naed, (free of with Uie directions for preparing and imlng thu name, wbich they will find rof CoitauMPTioN, ASTHMA, BHowciyTii', 4c. wifihing thu l-rescnptlon will please ad- dreta HKV. E A. WILHON. U'M I'.'l 1'wiu a1 wUHtm'Vburs'ij, Kew Vc-ri, IN PROBAl'E COURT, Special Term. State of Minnesota, Coufity of Free- horn. In the matter of the estate of Quo-, nild Olann deceased. On rcadirg'nnd filing the petition of P. XT. Scotland, executor 6l said ostnte, selling forth the nmount of peraonnl estate that has come to hishnndg, nn.l the disposition thereof; the nmount of debts outstanding ngainst said deceased, and a description of nil the real estate of which said deceased died Belied, and Ihe condition and value of the respective por- tions thereof; nnd praying that license be to him granted to sell nil of Raid- real 'es- tate, (nnd alsojreprc.renting that he thinks it proper to sell tho real estate cf said de- ceased, according to the last will' nnd tes- tament of caid deceased, and it appearing by said petition that there is not sufficient personal estate in the hands of said exec- utor to pay said debts, nnd that it is nec- essary 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 Courl on Friday, the 23d day of February, A. D. 1877, at 10 o'clock A. M at the Probate office in the court bouse in Albert Lea, in citid county, then and there to show caune (if any there be) why license) should not be granted to said V. f. Scotland, executor, to sell said real estate according to the prnyer of said petition. And it is further ordered that a copy of this order shall be published for four uuccessive weeks prior In said dny of hearing, Hie last of which publications shall be at least fourteen days before said day of hearing, in the Free- born County Standard, weekly news- paper printed nnd published at Albert Lea in said county, nnd personally served on nil persons interested in said estate, re- siding in said county, at least fourteen days before day of hearing, and on till oth- ers interested according to law. Dated at Albert I.ea, the 9th day of January, A. D. 1877 By tho Court, GILBERT QULBRAXDSOX, 2l5 Judge of Prohate. IN Slate of Minne- sota, county of Frccboru. ss. In the matter of tbe estate ot'ClmMiun Fleck, de- ceased. Upon reading and tiling thu peti- tion of Francis Hall, representing among other things that Ike said Christian Fleck died intestate at Chicago, in the State of Illinois, on or about tbe 9lb day of August A. D. 1859. and was a resident of the coun- ty of Frechorn, Minnesota, at Ihe time of bis death, mid win at the time of his death owner of the east half of the northeast quarter of section seventeen in township one hundred two range iwonly-one west of the fifth (oihj principal meridian, situate in said Free- born county. That the debts and funeral expenses of said deceased have been paid That said at the time of his left surviving him no widow, nor children. That Frederick Fleck is the father on- ly heir of said Christian Fleck deceased, nnd upon bis dcatli became by vir- tue of heirship of all his estate. That said petitioner las succeeded to all Ihe rights of Frederick Fleck in nud to the premises hereinbefore described, and praying the judgment of this Court in the premises that snid Frederick Fleck was at the time of the decease of said Christian Fleck aforesaid. Ins only heir at law. and ns such upon s-iiJ decease became stezed of said premises in fee simple. Ordered that the said pel it ion be heard before the Judgo of this Court, at the Probate Oifice. in the court house in the village of Albert Lea, in said Frceborn county, on Friday, the 2d dny of February, A. U 1877. at 10 o'clock A. M. Ordered further that notice thereof be given to the heirs of said de- censed, and all persons interested, by pub- lishing n copy of this order three suc- cessive weeks prior to, said dny of hearing in the Freeborn County Slandar j, a week- ly newspaper, printed and published ut Al- bert Lei, in county Ordered further tlmt a copy of this order be served person- ally upon each person interfiled in said estate residing in said county, and upon every person interested in suid estate, re- siding out of said and wliose resi- dence ia known to said petitioner, by de- positing in tlie post office nt Albert Lea, Minnesota, properly inclosed arid directed j with poslngcpaid, n true copy of said or- der, nt least fourteen days prior to said I hcaiing. Dated January 9th. 1877. G I LB K K T Q t" L 15 R A.N OSON Lovely Parker, Judge of Probate. Attorneys for Petitioner. 21-4 ERRORS OF YOUTH. AGENTIjEMAK who for yearn from Nervou; Debility, Premature Decay, and all tho effecla of youthful indiHcretion will, for the of Buffering humanity, send free to all who nci-d it, the receipt aud direction for making the niinple remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers wmhiug tu profit Vy the experience can ilo BO by in perfect confidence, JOHN B. OGDES, ItSfl 42 Few lorn. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Burlington, Cedar Minnesota Railway. 2PASSENGER TKAlIWS EACH WAT DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY) On and after Deo 31at, 1670, Passenger Trains on thm IIUL Hill at) fullowa a. in. la 8 20 p in le p m ar 710 ST. Locis 8 20 p m I 820 p m le 7 30 9 30 10 18 10 38 12 45 2 02 37 4 10 740 820 a in le a in nr p in 810 Burlington 1010 1135 10 10 Columbus Juuo 815 9 30 10 55 Nichols 7 .H5 8 40 1116 West Ciborty 7 20 8 28 1 30 Cedar KapitU 6 50 C 40 2 85 4 14 5 'JO 4 00 Waterloo 2 40 4 00 4 20 Cedar Falls 2 20 3 45 p m ar Nora June a m le 1 29 Plj-mouth 1 00 IP m le 6 25 St Paul I 5 00 G 40 Minneapolis C 10 p m ar I a m le PACIFIC DIVISION ACCOMMODATION. a m le 9 00 948 10 14 11 05 11 40 12 25 p m 1 15 ar Cedar Rapids Pnlo Vinion Hcuton. Dysnrt Truer p m ar 620 5 55 6 45 5 20 4 20 8 35 pm le 2 50 MIUYAUKKK DIVISION.______ a in le p m le p in ar a m nr 430 140 Cedar 630 1100 815 340 Independence S 40 815 12 10 5 27 West Union 12 10 6 08 2 SO 40 Postvillc 30 o'OO p ni pni nr a rn le a in le Mt'SCATIXE- IMV1SION. a ni le p in le p rft ar 810 .JOO Burling'lon lt'3o 1055 Nichols 650 1200 745 Muicaline 430 p in nr p in ar p ni le a m nr 10 10 7 20 6 10 p m le Falaoe Bleeping cars owned and operated by this line, accompany ull night CONMKCTIO.XS AIIE AE fOLLOWH: At BnrHnglon with Toledo, Peoria Warsaw B'y for Peoria, Indianapolis, Lafayette andCincinnali; with Chicago, Burlington li Qiuucy IVy for Chicago Kcokuk, Quinry and St Lonia went to Otumwa and all poiutH in Kansas and Hcbratika, and with Bur- lington and Southwestern Railway for Farmineiou, Bloomfield and all poluts in Mmsouri and Kansas. At Columbus Junction with Chicago tt Southwes- tern H'y tot WaRhingtdn and Leovpnworth. At Niohola, with Muncotine Division B o B A M., for Muscatihe. At with Chicago, Rock Inland and Pacific B'y for Iowa city, DCS It Davenport, At Cedar Rapids with Milwaukee Division B o R M for Independence, West Union, Poetrille and McOregor with Chicago aud Northwestern Il'ylor Omaha, council Bluffs and chicagc, and with Dn- buque 8t South Western for Dubnque. At Vinton wilh Paciflc Division of B O B M for Traer. At Waterloo and cedar riijld, with DUnoln Cen- tral Railroad for Indeiiendtmce, Dubuque, Fort Dodxe and Sioux city. At Shell Book with stage for At Nora Junction with Milwaukee Bt Paul B'y for Mason city and Charles city. At Plymouth with Milwaukee i St Paul B'y for all pniutn in Minnesota. At St Paul for all points on Northern Pacific B'y; the great Superior region, and all points North and Northwost. E. F. ViiiHloiv, Gen1 Manager. C. J. IVES, Oeo'l PaaH C'eilar Bnpids, Iowa. OK.ALLKl.VDu Constantly on hand a'tid for'aaJcat C isOfficc Advertisements. A GIFT For Wife Brother Sister SWEETHEART. The Gift of a Muiic Hook it atwayi in order; a 'more useful or 'appro- priate prestnt. The following cfwtce works are recomtiicndrd and will be mailed, poll- paid, on reeeipt of the marked price. Vocal 'Wom'lciB. Golden Leaves. Vol. 1. Songs by W S Hayes. 76 Qoldeu Leaves. Vol. 2. Songs by W S Hayes 75 Fireside Echoes Songs by Dunk a. Bishop, 75 Hearth and Home Songs by Tucker, Pitts, fl 75 Sweet Sounds Songs by Frey, Keller, 76 Priceless Qema Songs by Thomas. Keller. 76 Shining Lights Sacred Songs by Thomas, 75 The above are published in. cloth and gilt, price S2 50 each. The Opera at Home 100 Opera Songs nnd 00 Peters' Household Melodies Vol 1 and 00 Peters' Hausehold Melodies Vol 2 and 00 German Volkslieder Album. Eng Ger Mendelssohn's 76 Songs Elegant Folio Edition 50 The Same Octavo Edition ii 50 Moore's Irish Melodies Edited by UuKc 1 50 Mother-Goope's Melodies Illustrated Si and 2 50 Schumann's Songs Eng Ger 4 50 Schumann's Vocal Album Eng Ger 50 and 2 50 Sunlight of Soig. Sacred und Secular Full gilt 00 Operas Complete Vocal Scores each nnd 200 In.sti-ii.iiie> ii t.o.1 "Works Fairy Fingers pieces for Piano or Organ 75 Magic Circles Easy pieces for Piano or Organ 1 75 :'narl Drops Kasy pieces for Piano or Organ 1 7o foung Pianist Easy piano pieces 1 75 Musical Uecreations Easy piano pieces 1 70 Memories Piano pieces 1 oldenChinies Piano pieces by Kindell 75 [irilliant Gems Brilliant piatio piecesl 1C, The above are arranged in order, according to difficulty. They nre also bound in cloth aud gilt, each Peters' Parlor Music Vol 1 A fine collection and 4 00 Peters' Parlor Music Vol '1 A fine collection 3 nnd 4 00 Pearld of Melodv For advanced pla.yers mid 4   G. T1U CHICAGO NORTK-WF.STEBX BA1LWAT Embrnccs under one management UieGrent Trunk Railway Lines of Ihe WEST and NORTHWEST, and wilh its numerous branches and connections, forms Ihe short- est and quickest route bet ween Chicago and all points in Illinois, ern Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, California, Ihe Western Territories. Its OMAHA AND CALIFORNIA LINE In Ihe s'-orlest and best route bet weenChi- cago and fM points in Northern Illinois, Iowa. Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, Colo- rado, Utah. Nevada, California Oregon, China, and Australia. Its CHICAGO, ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS LIKE Is the shortest between Chicago nnd nil points jn Northern Wisconsin and Minne- sota, and for Madison, St. Paul, Minneap- olis, Dululh, and all points in Ihe Great Northwest. Us LA CHOSSE, WINOKA AKD ST. PKTEH LINE Is the best route between Chicago and La Crosst, Winonn, Rochester, Uwalonna, Si. Peter, New Ulm, and nil points in Southern or Central Minnesota Us GREEN BAY AND MABQITETTE LINE Is the only line between Chicago Jnnes ville, Waterlown, Fond du Lac, Oshkosh, Appleton, Green Bay JEjcatmbn, Negaunee, Mtuquette, Hongliton, Hancock, and Ihe Lake Superior country Tig FREEPORT AND DDBUQUE LINE Is the only route between Chicago and El- gin, Rockford, Frccporl, and all points via r'rceport. lis, CHICAGO AND MILWAUKEE LINE Is the Old Lake Shore route, and is the only one passing between Chicago nnd Etanstin, Lake Forest, Highland Park, Waukegan, Racine, Kcnosha, and Milwau- kee. Pullman Palace Drawing1 Room Cars arc run on all through (rains of this road. This is the ONLY LINE running these oars between Chicago and St. Paul and Minneapolis, Chicago and Milwaukee, Chi- cago and Winonii, or Chicago Green Bay. Close connections are mnde at Chicago with the Lake Shore and Michigan South- ern, Michigan Central, Baltimore nndOhio. Pittshurg. Kt. Wayne and Chicago, Kunkn- ke? and Pan Handle Routes, for nil poinlg HAST and SOUTH-EAST, and with the Chicago nnd Alton and Illinois Central for all points SOUTH. Close connections are also mnde with the (Jnion Pxcific Railroad nr Oiniilia for nil far Close connections made nt junction points with trains of all cross pointH. Tickets ,over this route arc sold by all Coupon Ticket Ageultt in the United Slates and Cana Ian. Remember, yfm nsk for your Tickets viu the Chicago and Nortli-Wcstern Railway, and lake none oilier New York Office, No 416 Brondwny Boston Office, No. 5 Slate street Oimthii office, blreel Sun Francisco office, I'Jl Montgomery street CUicugo tickol offices, 
                            

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