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   Freeborn County Standard, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1877, Albert Lea, Minnesota                               eBHSKSS? H. WBOWK. H, D. BROWft CO.'5 LEA, MINNESOTA A GENERAL BANKING BUS3ME8S TBAKSACTED. H. D. BROWN 4 CO. BANKERS', 5 I j B.ink, Austin, lat Mat. Bnnk, St. T'anl. Mat. Banlt, Cbiongo.-'- 4th Hat. New York. 34tf TUB BAM, B. AlBEST LEA, Shoes. just opened a no WILL CONSTANTLY KE15P ON HAND A FL'LL LINE OF GJ T.X SSJ "4   3351 GsL O all of which will be soIJ ctieivp. LADIES' AND GENTS' FINE GOODS A SPECIALTY. 'GQOD FITS GUAll- ANTED, AND ALL .AVOlltC Repairing done on sliort- notice, niul according lo contract.-.; GIVE THEM A CALL. Broadway, cmo door north of the Webber IIousu, Albert Lea Minn, I3E3 Boot Shoe' Store. O. 3Li jimt received and will keep in stock tho largest assortment of Boots Shoes of all kinds To be found in town. tl Four or five workmen will be consUnUy orders for Now Goods-Jr for Hopairtt will bo tilled, chenp tuid on the shortest notice. west Fide, Albert Minn. 8tf GIVE THEM A CALL. JIakor and Repairer of Boots Shop on'Clark Btreet, north and oppo- site of Wedge Spicur's Drug store. FIRST-CLASS employed. Repairing done to order, cheap and on fthort notice. him a call. Albert Lea, Minn. J. A. ANOERSOH. CORNER CLAUK AND KEWTON STS. Albert Lea, Jlinn NICE LINE OF DRY 'ABRIVINO, AND MOUE ON THE WAY. See our LADIES' CASSIitf ERES, all colors. FUESIT STOCK OF ALBERT !LEA, THURSDAY, AUGUST NUMBER 31 PHYSICIAN SURGEON, SHELL RQGK, RS8KN, OBico.at tho Shell Rock Hotel LS ftfliKfiiiii lit DttJlllllJn un Stnlra over tlio Pont ALBEJIT LEA, MINN A589 SURQE09I T H11 tf-i, (ii il (11 v MINN, i V He' l i i. Vi'iil treat all diseases to wliiob mankind is best of liis ability. Rowland lias made a ppeoialty of diseasesot Women and Cbililvcn, and chronic diseases of longstanding. By long experience and strict attention to liis profession, con- Cduiit of.truntiiig nU-curablo-discasas with gucoesa. Obstetrical cases: treated ivilli care and-success. Consult iojinrt free., "lo DR. A. II. STREET, JUST DECEIVED. Roasted Rio Coffee GERMAN MUSTARD by the TINT, QUART, or GALLON. oVE'n THE" STORE, -Soiitli of -ttost-pfjjco. LciV. Minnesota- Office over 'Wedge store, Jroadvirr.y, Albert Lea. FASHIOABLE CLOAKiDBESS-MAKlB Over Vi Spicer B Drugstore, s ALBERT'LEA, Minn Trimmed S TB JciT If. I5T1, ci AHI TOR THE IMPROVED pointd of authority MILLINERY MRS.. 0, S. keeps' iv large Stock of; NElir, NO--. T-IONS.rmd FANCY GOODS of nil j kinUrf, which cannoi-fttil f f'rinish GJ1EAT KJiDOCTlON JN PK1GE. .fJa.c.bjn.03 payment is requ.i.rp.d; .guarantee tb> keefts ui B 0.'STYVB, Albert Left, Jfi 'Cc3ar "Itapids JZicncsota 21'ASBENGEIl THAINH iKACH WAT DAILY Oii-imil aftar PuBiieug. S SjfcLE virtue of an ex- ecution issued ont of tho District Court tor, tho Tenth Judicial District, in1 and (or the county of Freeborn and Stale of Minnesota, upon a judgment nnd' dockoted >n said Courf on the djiy of Decqnjbcr, A 1876, in n certain action Orfn F, SonUiwick was plaintiff, and Kichftrd W Trcnivifh was defendant, in or plaintiff nnd agninat said defendant, ;for ).hc suin of two hundred and twenty six dollars and twenty cents, SO} 1'jiav.i on the 20th dny of June, A 1877, levied upon all tho right, title, and intercut of Jhe said defendant RtLhard W Trenwilb, to the following doacribcd land, to-wiC- tbo east half of tbe northeast quarter of sfcotiort eighteen, township ono hund'rtd and three, range twenty-throe webt of tho 5th principal meridian, in the Fresborn, Minnesota, and will Bell the sanvo or BO much thereof Kg miy be necessary to satisfy said execution and at tjTio. front door of thecourt' houae in the flllngc of Albe'rt in the county unrj Ptnte nforf iHid, on Siturday, tlic 12th clriy oTjAiignsf, A. ri. 1877, nt one o'clock p. B., .of that day. DiiteJ June SBih, A. D. '1877. T. J. SHEEHAR, Sheriff. Fteeborn County, Minn. M. WVGreeBo, PUtintlfT. Jbincoln CORN PEACHES, CLAMS, BALMOS, AND ONLY Q. in. 1 run us i in ar -8 20 p ci ar 20 Peed JOHH DEALEUIN RV CORN, OAT-MEAL, At Lowest Market Price. Clark Street, near corner of Broad- way, Albert Lea, Minn. CASH PAID FOR CORfJ AKD OATS ,..G...T. GARDNER Having Intely pnrclinsnd.thostook.of'tli'ugs belonging to JOHN WOOD, -niicl ndding largely tJipreto, proposes lo conduct one of BEST DETO in the county, and will everytliing, not onlj in 111 is line but nlso. n full iipsort- ment of Pnints, Oils, Toilet IJitislies, ani.l Notions gcnerii.lly. Paints nnd Oils, a specially.- Ho lin.i on Imml-now ono of tbe largest stocks.of M'all Paper over Itcpt in tbo county. Mr, Gardner ia a thoroughly educated druggist, nnd compounds every prescrip- tion with the utmost care, fiivo Mm a call. Second door south of Postoffice, BROBDTCAY. AL15ERT LEA, MINN. EXAMINE; n HER STOCK.., JLa-jml E. O. STACY. A. H. STACY TYRES, ttorneys at Nofarjes Public, Real Estate nnil Collbcliug Agents. CO X N E Y A N C1N G all kiinlfl done, ncknowledg- monts tnkcu oatbs Taxes' paid, ;TiUes inVeslrgatcdlv' Lands bought ami selil. Particular attention to collection. Comer Chirk and Newton Sis., Albert Lcn J i. >.A i Jl f s t tj t LGVcLY PARKER, A. T T O K, IV TCTTf p tn Jo 1 '20 9- 20 12 45- '2 02'; -.8 '37-; 8 20 a. ja' ar lc 8 10 Burlington. '-10.10 ar. G.i''West -Lilic'rty 20 'l 80 'S 50 14 2 40 2, 2-5 p m'ar Nora'Juno a.in lc ''Plymouth1 y 8 35 8 20, 0 40 6 20 A 00 3 1 2'J i 'op, in le ...C p ru 6 00 6 10 tn :le PACIFIC IilVIBlON" ACCOMMODATION. a m le 7 16 '305. 8 S2 y ao fJ flfi I Iff 30 p iO'ur Codar Rapids Polo BbclJsburg.. Viiuon lituilou.. Uj-eirt -p m ar G 00 5 15 4 65 4 10 3 80 2 J6 -pm'le'2 EAT OH" Threshin-g-MacliiEes. COMKlWTIKO CutnjiU'to noretfj-Povfrr with 24-incli, niul O-yliudcrH, and R, 8, 10 or 1? UOTBO jpowi.T lo inntrh. o( jttountocl HUTHO T'orram our 'J. triple ftntl iinprovnd'" Rpur Bpeed Ijulh kiijdi inountort on four aijtl ujlteclal titea luaUc K, 10 or Winaui Powtir OntHcn; our nnrl- vuled oxprt-bslv for 32-inch CvUndi-r auil 4-t-iucH ot- Sfl-inch Cylinder anil cieiuiuy parto, with all otUnr ajid full of biiBinebB; nJso our icslcti- It-JSe Sjoaui of nor own iKiyoaid iu' Power, Burabillty, F'lrjup, JJeau.ty of I'crfect WurXJiikoriiiip, Ehqfani Finish, coLdplito Irl every dettill a.nd in all a fir companion for oar Stetmi Separa- tor- Our "Vibrator" Koparatura made for Powet, and to match to aur itud all oilier make of Engines, to with any Riirt ail of lie-rise I'owerw, four from Ui to 30- Inch JouQlh 'of to of ll.Vibraior" Threshers fur rajiid .aviufir, udmircbSo cleaning, uo Bcou'iiny In durability, uf lutoiiigejiit-ut, fcud a gracrai eupfrlfirtty Ui TMrioua ciH, fa now folly estubUaUftd tutid gocer- TOMATOES 8ARDINK3 APRICOTS.1 SUCCOTASH, aOMIS-T- OlSTJSliS, I'l, PUPPEU-SAUCE. OBOVV CHOW. TOMATO CATSUP, Sauco. MtT8II110ON 0A T3UP. W A LN UT G ATSU P. jr. Bf Smith. JUST RECEIVED AMD TOP. LADIES' At SMITH'S DRAPD ETE ALL WOOL, FOR LADIES' SACQtJBS. Victoria Lawns CHEAP. At SMITH'S, ALL WOOL' SPEIHO SHAWLS! VPST CHBAP. Al "JFIJKfcj 3ASH RIBBONS! a to lo 4 SO, 835' p m or pm ar p in li? ji a tr 3 40 Cedar Rapids 6 SO rndcpeuJencc' 8 40 'q'2G Daion 1210 a m ar 11 00 815 G 08 020... 600 a tu lc a m lc Offic'elw Hewitt's Block, up stairs, 1st door. ALTIKRT LRA. _ _ HEMAN BLACKMEB-, JL, A. TV 'JO ALUEllT LEA, SJV JL, ID _____ MINN. JOHN A-TTOirCisriirv A.T- ANU XOTAKY PTjiT.K: Office OTcr Wedge ft Spicer's Drug Store, ALBKRT LEA, MINX. a in le r p'tri le p m ar a ui ar .810. 200 liurlingtou 1136 10 65 6 40 Nichols 5 60 T 20 1-200 r -45. Muscat iiic 430 610 p m ar p m ar p m le p m le BALDEST ATE ALBERT LEA IE02J FOUHDEY MACHINE SHOP. GRAIN SEEDING DRILLS, PLATFORM SCALES FANNING MILLS, MILK SAFES, DRAS. nnnnfactnred, and the most perfect to bo bund in market ns cheap as tbe cheapest. All kinds of CASTINGS furnished on short notice, and UEl'AIRS upon'ma- chinery done to order. FOUNDRY near the Sou'lhern Minnesota Railroad depot. VLBKHT LK.-V MINN.' ViK have for sale, Inndsand farms in every town in (his county. TEIIMS to suit everybody. LOW long tiniCj and a low of interest. IF you desire to buy r. farm, call oh UK. IF you have a farm oi-'lands to selU call on us. OXJli facilities for buying and selling .lands, examining and perfecting titles, are uneqiinled, as we have "1'RANO'FERS, and .PLATS of every piece of land in this'coiuily. 1-alHCe Heaping ears ovrapd and by line, ull triiiiifl. l-'OSKKCTTOKK AJ1E Afi FOl.lXl'S'fi At witli1 Pt-orui 'ir for JmliuniuKjliH, xn'ih ;c Qm'rii-y liVfor ijtiincy to Oluinu-ii jtud all hi -ZuuiKiiK cjitl Ncbraslra, und wjtli Uur- :uitl for and nJJ.poiriiy in auVI llaiieaii. At C'lOiuuljils Jiiiioiuiii with t U-rii Ji'v and At v.-ifU iltjsciitjiio B a li fc XI., At r H'y for Jnwa city, .At with H M W with t uniubu, -nauo, Itot-h Iflund ami Mninct; DavetipOTt. hv'atikci- Dtrtnif.n B c li -rt 1'ustviUo and .i X''Tth 11 'y fiir O. ahJ TVu- 11'y iX At Vinton wiiii 1'iu-ific tUviHinii ,if li c Hi M frir Triu-r. A t Wutnrloo untl with TilJnniB ceii- iral Eajlroarl Inck-pf'iitU'nce, port Slid Hiy.ux C-ily... r -T- Knck'witb V.aviTly. Al Kora Junction "Jlir-vaut'cu'fc Kt Paul R'y for citj- and'ChnrloR rity. At I'l; jnontU '-vith Alil-vaukoc- .fc Kt Paul IV'y for in 'At Kt P.-J1I1 f'oi- ell poinlo no Northern Pacific R'y; the Kruafc Bupcriur rejriou, aticl'iil] ]joinU North and KortiiweiH. K. 1'. Gfji'l Manager C. 1VES, GonTI'HBa k Cedar llnpidf, Iowa, nnd bb fur uo can trutiifully "ras I'rout of if THREEHEES CO. or aoy of tholr niuajtraLed Ptmphlote, LiMta Hid foil frtM, on ajtplicatiun. }MHH BQITTE! T.li'E TEMS GUbertson brothers. GiLBERTSOW BROTHERS PEOPLE'S STOEE A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods, GROCERIES, HOOTS AND SHOES. HATS AND CAPS, CKOCKERT, STONEWARE, i.c., GLASS WARE, YANKEE NOTIONS AND ia fact evervthiug belonging to a FiRST-GLASS Comtrj STOEE! GIVE TII-a-M'A GALL. WHY ALL KliiliS OF GOOD3 BOUGHT LOOK SO WELL, AND LAST SO LOHQ, IS THAT TUB STOCK IS KEPT NEW AND FKESTI BY A ERPETUAL' CONSTANTLY RECEIVING AND AS SURELY AND 1NVA1UA.BLY DISPOSIxVQ OF TFIB GOODS. O. M. VZBY CIIEA.P. At Gents' Furnishing CHEAP. At WOMES'S AN1> CHILUEEN'8 F r VERY CHEAP. At SMITH'S. GROCERIES CHEAP! PLEASE GIVE CIE A CALL J. W. Lumber C. L. COLEHfiN'8 RAILWAY April 25, 1870. Albert Lea, Mian. A. H. Jflarkcts. HAS REMOVED THE OLD PIONEER MEAf-jMARKETJ On East sidn-'BroaiUvny, first door south of THE PEOPLE'S STOKE. Between tbe through, Liuca of tho North and East, QP5 THE SOUTH roiisis THE t'REAR THROUGH. KOUTE I and main ftrtory of commcrco antitrade, TO -BOINT-S, And offer :lUe bofit rouK-B) quick tinio; with nioro belter great- er secuvlty than any other' rjue! tlirnuch tho riuhust a u most beHntifnl- iKVrtic.no of tiio Great Empire r A. J. BAT.CII, Having rented tbo fine phop, Iprmerly ised by A. Brown, is now prepared to do il- kinds of repairing, particularly iu tlio iite-of As I bavc stoppo'l tbe croclit business can selVat tho LOWEST possible figures, and do not have to put oil un EXTRA price for bad debts. J. A. ANDERSON. YOtTITG MBIT. Baylies firoat Commercial College, JCookuk, Iow% on tho 'Mississippi. Nine- teenth Year About dollars- pay all expenses''' for Membership, Jioivrd, and Stfttioncry. Penmen, llo- Arcliitocts, Surveyors', thoroughly fitted. Railroad fare reduced. Good Situations. No vaca- tions 'Good boarding clubs, and'family board. fail to address Prof. Keokuk, Iowa. IH52 -PA T E 'N T.S. Jf. A. Lcliuiniui, Solicitor of American nnd Foreign Patents, Washington, D. C. business connected with 1'utentn, .whether, before (he 1'ntent Office or the -Courts. --promptly attended to No chap g cs patent is sofe.l. Send m'acie inilosB a or a olrwlur. .E WSFAPEs Wagons, f -etc. Wood-work on plows, also .painting "to WITIT INCREASED .FACILITIES FOR fl DOING BUSINESS, HE PRO- POSES TO GIVE THAN EVER BEFORE. paM for riides, Taljow, Everything cheap and 'on short notice. Give film a Call. MEAT MARKET TUNELL s. LANDS. Tlieso Viiluablo lands which rcnmin.'un- soUl, in t'-rneborn nre still offered at low pi aiul ou ensy terms. Now is the Time -to Secure Them. Inquire of the undersigned, to who ilso all moneys the Trustees on Lnn Mortgages should be paid. No extensions of payments if here taxes re not M. CONANT, Agl. of Truiftecs, LaCtosse.WlS. Again calls attention to his FINE MAT MARKET, Whore cnn be found nt. nil times, choice cuts of Reef, 1 Pork, Sctusage, it Rives to (Jie -n view of tho jTrniidbst ecpuevy, ..fmcMt -Biatricts Uiid greut grn'ziu'R groniuls West. Ita p.-is.si.-nKcr and freight trains aro Knrpiired noun iu tho St.iito. PuUnmn'HPolacii Druwiug-rooin iiinf Sleeping cjira leave St. Ijonis daily tho M. K. A: T. K'y., rtt. iJ A. ?r. Hiuinihril nt ii'lid Secltslia at P M, miming through to Shcrniuu, Heariie, AuKtlu and without, tihungi'. Coiuicciion uiado at Siier- inau with, the Toxr.s atid Puciiic Pi'y for tho above mimed points. Xho uoiincctioJiB df Umi.rottd- wi'Ji .thtv.-M'K T K'y at D'tJiisVm 4'8r Hannibal.- Chiunyo, -Fort ScdttJ-KaiiPttETOlty; VauT air 'pmiiU and KaBt; with the TcxtiH Pacific at Shcrrnnu for 8t 1'jonis, Cairo, JTmnphiH, all iifiii.it s eawt and Boiilhoast, and at Aouutou witti tho G U Jfe K A. for pinn A.ntunio, the G H for.Galveytnn, the Texn.s K'y for Dcininiont, Orange, Tho i''c Mullory Sti'amutnr.H for jjoinis on the Cruli liiVtl Atlantic co t iiicl the I n orpool V Lc-viio IiiTif1 to Tiviipml Uiihio and other in J'i from tlupt aiidUout on J -t i se i. and UMJ pztm e ciiuiiiay over v.hiUi H coohug fict bloa.faii.ixt i broad piauies, bdanbfuL ettlliM tod fluids oi cuituii, corn, s and fmife, i u- cler ib oBuloiuL'y mid. to travflore mtd (shippers 111 to othcie Btiy your lind Ship 5 our Freight by the TEXAS The follo'wing OflleerB and Agents have boon GP- tabliBhad Ijytlue Oompwiy, whero iuformntiou may ba liftd -cijiic truiug not only the H 1 Enilivay but Toxae Rein rftlfrv, "T I, MANCHESTER, Eant'ii PuBsengor Agont, 417 Broadway, Geii J M-ROBEBTSON TBRBY and Tramjgi ahem Agent, IIS Ncillh riurtl St M Mo. A A1LBB, Nortliwoiit'n Puss Agt 101 Clark St Cliiango, 111. HN Bpntheanfn Agent, No. 3 Burnett ".T R OOFiaN, Sbnthcrn Agt Tenii. Information may also bo had at tho E'j, in Now Yorlt, CliicuRo, Cincin- nati, Kanulbftl Mid St Mttisti' J> %VAI.OO. Oonl Ag't', ttOuiitpn, J. DUJlAIVCp, OenT S; S.. EDWARDS K O T OGRAP H E .ZS Broadway, oppoiito ToBtofiice, ALBERT LEA K verytliing in the Hue of fUHMTUKli KBJ..I, null soiit ii KATWS. MINN 'AUSTIN, ___ _ _ If ray B.RAY LIKE; Deals in HARD and; SOFT COAL. Also iScasbned Wood. Orders, left oil (jbo slate at.. Lincoln Bros. attended .to at onca; MAIXERY BROS. Ai-tv p'rejiarod lo slart Ilieir for the season. Orders solicited BABBITT Lenyo orders the slale at A. ,B. John- r R or Ransoavs. JOHN rf. -'MARtY1 Also FISH, POULTRV-, nnd -WILD GAJ1E in tlieir Kcnson. near BnnL- ALBERT BEA, MIKK. ALBFllT LEA, MINN. Dcnvo dfdera'wilh Sfaoy JERLOW cfe NA1WESON, Albart Loa, BEALEES ALBERT- LEA AKB. ALDER.: Everj dpdoi-ifiiibn of INCIA'DlNff PLOOR1NO. DOAR.DH, CLBAR LUMHRR. SIDING, SHINGLES. LATH. DOOBS SASH, SHEETING PAPER, .PICKETS, Consfantiy on and for Lowes f Market Price EOB FRAMES. FILLED TO ORDER ON SHORT NOTtCB J. F.REPPY. AGENT, Albert IMH J. G. JOHRSOH Serg-eaitl. MIHHEAPOLIS LtfMBER. DEALER IN HATS CAPS, CROCKERY GLASS-WARE, 'STONE WOODEN WARE, SPICES, SARDINES, CONJFKCT10J5KRY, ON 13 of ihe prontost n: :doubt ft sucaes3t tlio :other Binders and iiivioU more tbitn tbuir 'nortir kicks u1 bundle, shelling out half M: ._ _ _____ __............ Btops tUeliOTHUB, both of -wliioli feu-lnrcn are prominent' in pfvcl 'bta-ders rtoew It on streiigtii of tho dri-w the .bnmlle together, likd auotlier rivnl machine, wil.o alinoflt nims it dialTi tbe Imndlo tightly, tho wire aroniid It, nutcjt, move, rftxnas 14 to buc Avhtifte ijs predecoftfinrfis gently pushed O1T into JEvory IJIOTO In atoftdy apd aeriatvfVAOfiomplfcbtiift UB pmixwoj nuthiag more no rib AitUor cr of or. Tlu UlTik of fiold-ban ftt- luet spp.pa.rpd; cvpry ono 6 Jyok ml U bid to-.tlic of thn paet.', GROWERS. Antt'in c-Verything nsiiRlly in a country s'foio We keep oonslinUy on hond n fiist clnss variety of F.'HAliL, PropTietor. Albert Lea, i- Hina MATHtAS 8EITMER Iietpn choice blood, on of M.r. Morln -Wc.Rt.cnd of Clurk Con Bill tnHo.n. OF ALL Constautly on huhtl nifii'for salo attl.isOffice FORSALE AT PER THOUSAND. winhing fii-Ft.-oljiiift ISrick. nnd do- siring to lake of low.pricts will- do vrcll to onll on M. F. 'l'2tf One mile north Albert Lea. ,ALT, KINDS OF BKll, SIIIMOLES. LATffVLIMB. OB'MBST. AND now large lot at well Seasoned Lumber WHICH 1 OF TUB rBOBfABLB AP- VANCB IN LUM15EK, WILL DO WELL TO AVAFL -THEMSELVES Of TUB B A U G A I N'S WB NOW OFFER, '.ill nnd on f lu'fore imrcliasiti EWSPAFESI   

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