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   Freeborn County Standard, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1877, Albert Lea, Minnesota                               -ff J tf DBF HlBBS. H. D. BROWN CO.'S 1AE OF ALBUT LEA, ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA A GENJ3RA.I. BANKTW TRANSACTED. flC'BRGWM CO, BAHKSSS, 1'ank, Vuatln Nat. Buk, Gin-in, Nat Bark W t Ii i 1, St Pun! tt IDE FREEBOO COM BAH .ARfirSTltONS ALBERT LEA, MINN. Have just opened a now Boot Shoe Stop. "WILL CONSTANTLY KEE11 ON HAND A FULL LIMJ OF ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, AUGUST 9, 1877. 32 Physicians PHYSICIAN SHELL ROGK) MINN, Office at tho Shell Rook Hotel M. DODGE, M. D., IM s SlIKCilN Uillii ass, IjiUIlii'wIlrU'lii Ofloo nud Residences up Stalls over tho Post ALBERT LEA, MINN JO O Howlsiucl Ttt, I> ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOH TWIN LVKL GUV, MIMN Will ti oat all diseases lo mankind is subject, to tho host of his ability Dr Rowland has made a specialty of diseases of Women and Children, and olnonio diseitscH of long standing By long experience nud atiict attention to his pi otession, he IB con- fident of treating all curable diseasaJ with success Obstetrical cases ueated with oare nnd success Consultiofmt fico lo FASDIOABLE CLOAKJIDRESS-MAKER Over Spioor s Drug Store, ALBERT LEA, Minn Well Trimmed DR A. II. STRFET, Goads, all of uh.ch c3L e> ill be sold cheap LADIES' AND GOODS A SPECIALTY. GOOD 1115 OU VR- ANTED, ATsD VLL ID Repairing done ou short notice, find everything according lo GIVE TUMI A C YLL Broadway, ono dooi noitli rf Uio Webber Jlousfc, Albort Leiv Minn, hoe Store, O. IT. 3MT. TJ Have just rocdved aud will keep in the ussoitiucnt ot Boots Shoes of all kinds To bo found in town CUSTOM HADE WORK, Four 01 five be constantly employed, and oideia lor No'n Gooili 01 for Ktpanswill bo idled, cu-.p aid on tat shortest notice Broudivi.j Jli in 8tf GIVE FiiKM A CALL OFriCE OVi 11 1iTn DRUG STORE, South of Toat Otlicc Vlbcit L "i Minnesota 32 Rf, CRAHDALL, PJ.TO. JCIT SI. JBTl WE CLAIM FOR THE IMPROVED AT >MRS. JOHST STAGE'S MILLINERY LATEST STYLES MRS. C. S, WARREN keeps a luge of MILLINFRY, NO- TIONS, and GOODS oi all kinds, vvhioh cannot fail to pleaso MACHINES The following specific points of authoiity Simplicity in Constiuction ability Light Rurning Running NOIS1 LLSS all Varieties of Work of Fuunli and Workmanship REDUCTION IN PRICE Machines sent on trial before payment is required, written guarantee to keep machines m order for five year? given with each machine, pey old prices For sale by NEL8 0. 8T1VE, Albert Leu, Minn SHERIFF'S virtue of on ex- ecution lesuod out of the District Court for the Tenth Judicial District, in and for tho county of Froebom and State of Minnesota, upon a judgment issued and docketed in said Court on the 20th day of December, A D 1876, in a certain action wherein Orin F. SontnwicU tvns plaintiff, and Ricbaid W Trenwith was defendant, in favor of said plaintiff and against said defendant, for the sum of two hundred and twcnty-Bix dollars and twenty cents, 20) I have on the 20th day of June, A i> 1877, levied upon all the right, title, and interest of the said defendant Richard W Trenwith, to the following described bind, to-wit the cast half of the northeast quarter of section eighteen, township ono hundred and throe, range twenty three west of tho 6tU principal meridian, in tho county of Freeborn, Minnesota, and will sell the same or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution and costs, at tho front door of the court house in the village of Albert Lea, in tho county and State aforesaid, on Saturday, the 12th day of August, A D 1877, at ono o'r lock p M of that day Dated June 20tb, A D 1877 T J'SHEEIIAN, Sheriff, Froebom Cotmty, Mmo. M W. Grease, Attorney for Plaintiff. 26t7 Lincoln Brother's. COHN PEAOHBS, CLAMS, 8ALMOH, TILE OKI9INAL AND OJfLY SlhMMER ARRANGEMENT Burlington, Cedar Rapids  oi south of Postofhce, 13ROBDH At 151 UT LI A, MINN CALL AND EXAMINE I F nru jBjfiMtl t O A V 1 STACY TYREB, Lnn Notnncs Public, Kcal Lst nnd OoMcctiug CONN1 n'l knuK udcu done acl iiowlcdg- nonls iU  ALIJLRTLPV, MINN p in le m ar Nora Juno a p PACIFIC DIVISION ACCOMMODA1ION m le 7 15 8 05 b S2 9 20 0 4j 10 .30 p m 11 JO ai Cedar Rapids PaJo Sholleburg Vintou Bcnton IV ait 'i ntor p ra ar 0 00 6 10 4 50 4 10 s ao 240 pin le 2 00 DRI'-lO's a m le p u. le p m ar 4 30 1 40 Cedar Repids 6 30 815 840 Independence 340 12 10 5 2G Webt Union 12 10 2 aO C W PoBtTille 0 30 p m ar pm ar a in le a m ar 11 00 815 6 08 5 00 a m lo MU6CA.TINE DHIilON a m le p m le 8102 00 Burlington 10 55 i, 10 VUiola 12 OO 7 45 Musteline p m ar p m ar p in ar 11 5 60 4 W p m le a tu rr 10 10 7 20 C 10 p m le JOHN ANDERSON, Office over Siuotr J Drug Store, LT V, MINN HLBEBT NICL OF DRY ARRIVING, ON THE See our LADIES' all coloia MiESH SiOUK OF JUST RECEIVED. Roasted Rio Coffee GERMAN MUSTARD by the PINT, QUUll, 01 GALLON MACHINE SHOR GRAIN SEEDING DRILLS, PLATFORM SCALES FINNING MILLS, MILK SAFES, AND DRAG. manufactur d, and the most perfect to be found in mil Let us cheap as tho cheapest All kinds of CASTINGS furnished on short notice, ind REPAIRS upon ma- chiULij ilono to order rOUtsDRi" near tho Southern Minnesota Rail] ou1 depot 14126 ALP.riU LLV MINN A. J. EALCH, Having i cut cd the fine formerly WE have for enle, lands and farms in toun in this count} TLI1MS to suit everybody puces, long time, ind a low rale of interest IF you desire to huj a firm, c-v1! on us IF you luivo a farm or Inuds to sell, call on us OUR f icililies foi buj ing nnd selling laiu's, examining and pcifcctuig are iiiioqunlcl, 11 )IUM> AUSTKiClS, TR VNoFLRS, and PLA1S of piece of Ian I in this countj Tyrer, Albert Lea, ilmn April 25, 1870 used by all kinds line of Biouti, is now ofiopairing piepaied to do paiticulaily in the As I have stopped the credit business I can sell ut, the LOWLof possible figures, and do not h ive to put on in LXTR V prioo foi bad debts J A ANDERSON YOTOG MEH. Baylies Ureat Commoicial College, Keokuk, Iowa on tht Mississippi Nine teentli Year About sixty clollais all expenses lor JVIerabtrship, Board, aud Stationery. Bookkocpeis, Penmen, Ko- poitera, Opeiators, Architects, Surveyor's, and Teacheis thoiouglily fitted Kailroad fare reduced Good Situations No vnca tione Good boarding clubs, and famil bo.nd Bon t fail to add i ess Prof Miller, Keokuk, Iowa 9t52 etc. Wood woiL. on pious, also painting "to I Everything cheap nnd on shot I notioo JVleat HAS REMOVED THE OLD PIONEER MEAT-MARKET! On East side Broadmy, fiist door south of THE PEOPLE S STORE I alaoo "kf i oars owned and operate by ti.ls accoini uuj all night tram CO-SMJCTJOSH AUE VO At Burlingion Toledo, Pf ria t H y for Indianapolis, Latujotte antlOjncinnati with OUiciiKO, Burlington Quiucy forchkcaffo Keokuk, Quiucj and StIx3Uis -wewt to Otumvra and all in Kiupaii unrf Nebraska, H id with IJur linpton f r I-urnjjjjj-toa, UlDOiiiUoId ancl all JK inU 11 Mjhsonri mid Ka'ihat Columbus Junction tvjth Chicago A, U for jehinpion aud Lcavcnwc rth Vt NiUicIs with "MuHcatiiio Dmsion B O II M for MtiHtQf'iu Vt IJbcHv, cLicaco, and 1 ad'c- j f jr 1 i i Be1- 31 A. urt f f It i Hipulf- o m B c Ii 5T for Inch f nidr i cc, o'-t T uion, P stv jllu nud nor with t Jur md Istrih-H v lot On alia f 111 U 1 ImN ami ('jiciif and Du- S j U V (pti rn f r Dubu ir> niUu licilac Di itiir n of B c R M for Xi rlo J and ctd i" with 111 in JB co-ii- tral Tljuli ad for lutUpcudPiice, tj t Tort D d_c ind j At Shell Hock TMih for At Nor t J motion with o a: bt Pan! R j fii Masnjj cii> and M witb Mil-n niKe fc St PLU! It'y for all pc ui MiiiiiLKota At St Paul ftr all pon IB on Northern Ptcificlt'y, the prcttl bupcrior regit 11, and all oijits rth and ]S orthv. E 1 lush T. en 1 "Manager O J IVJZS Gen 1 ft licktt Agents Cedar KapulH, lo vs. CENTRAL THE HOUSTOM TEKAS GEN. RAILWAY "VIBE, A TOE" Threshing Machines. Complete IforMo-Pnvt er with J8-iuch, and rf2-iiich OyUnaors, 6, 8, 10 or 12 hornc power to match Two of ICuiinrod florne Pavrem oar Tnplo Spar bpeed botli kinds mutinied ou v-lietlr. nud apecial uizeu made forfi, 10 or 12 hordes Complete Power Ontfltm our rnri- vulcd Vibrator T Hcpcrators mado for bU.una with Ai-iDcU or JC-inch Cyliiidf r and cloaaJng arlu with alJ other parts proportionately capac'ous end full of bUHiueBa, our Sleuua Thrcdbor KiMfi of our own beyond rlvalrj m Power, DurabilJtj, Haa> FiniiK, Boautj- of Elogaut Finish, c-jmplcto in every detail ai d iu all respexjta ant companion for our oolobrated Staam Separa- tor Our "Vlbrafor" HcpturatorH mado for Bloam Power and njttit.Lto any und all oilier raitlio of I j" 1 y adapUd to yo any and all other nmkt. of H rue lowers, Jour BIZCH, rannfiig frr in 2i to 30-iuUi li-ugth of 30 to 48 Inchos of Tbc WorlcI-W Kepittntlirrt of nnr raatch- lees I fur rij) d aving-, aduiirablt clt-ani ig a 3 cleanlincfiH, fecx.uaotuy iji repairs, of and a gonoral dupcriorl j In Carious Ifl now aud Tbc Ilctnl and Frwrit ef Grain and superior if bi for I lax, UJke no jtht.r niaohiucfi uiu truthfully claim com par THE GENTTfiTE 'VTBEATOfi" THEESHERS jro zaacU otilj b% NICHOLS, SHEFARD CO. liattlts Creoli, Midi. They or any of their fcuthoized Dealers furnuih PaaaphlrU, Price Litfta mid f nil particular, frac, on application Gilbert eon Hrnlhcrs. OfLBERTSON BROTHERS 7f TOMATOES SARDINES Gt-OOCDJS. PCMPEllf, APBlCOrS J. Smith. JUST RECEIVED DRESS LINENS ANI> FOR LADIES' SUITS. At SMITH'S SUCCOTASH. OTSlEhS, LOBSTEUS, HOMINY LINCOLN BROTHERS. PBPPEH-SAUOE CHOW CHOW. TOMATO CATSUP, Worcestershire Sanoo td GO DRAPD ETE ALLTTOOL, FOB LADIES' 8ACQ0B8. Al SMITfl'S. Victoria Lawns VKBY CHEAP At SMITH'S, PICKLES, WUSniJOON' CATSUP WALNU1CATSUP do ALL WOOL SPRItfQ SHAWLS 1 vrar CDHAP. C SASH RIBBONS! VEKY CHEAP At SMITH'S. Gents' Furnishing CHEAP. WHY ALL KINDS OF GOODS BOUGHT A3 LOOK SO WELL, AND LAST SO LONG, IS THAT TLIE STOCK IS KEPT NEW AND FRESH BY A PERPETUAL A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods, GROCERIES, BOOTS AND SHOES. HVTS AND CAPS, CROOKERy, STONEWARE, Y NOTIONS AND in fact ercry thing belonging to a FSRST-GLASS GIVE THEM A CALL OTI CONSTANTLY RECEIVING AND AS SURELY AND INVARIABLY DISPOSING OF TUB GOODS O. Jit HEWITT At SMITH'B. WOMEN'S AND CHILDUBN'S t VERY CHEAP. At SMITH'S. GROCERIES CHEAP! PLEASE GIVE ME A GALL J SM11H. Lumber 0. L. GOLEMAN'8 1 91S.-5 S. S. EDWARDS jc3 H O T OGRAP HTE ZS Broadway, opposite Postoffioo, Dttwocu tho through LiiieH of tho North and East, aud the GULF QF MEXICO ON THE SOUTH FOims IHE GREAR THROUGH ROUTE I and main artery of commerce auJ trade, TO ALL POINTS, Aud offer the best routes, on quitk time, with more comforts, better acco maodutioija, ami great- er Bocnritj than uuy other .Line PaHblng Hie uilioht uncl _moBt beautiful portioua of tlio INCBEASET> FACILITIES FOR DOING BUSINESS, HE PRO- 1 POSCS TO GIVE BETTEE SATISFACTIOIT THAN EVER BEFORE paid foi Hides, Tallow, Give Sim a Call. F A Lehtriann, Solicitor of American nnd Foieign Pat cult, D C All business connected with Patents, irhethei before the I'atont Office oj [he Courts, promptly attended to N j o'lioa made unless a pntmt la sjreJ or a oirculur. SPAPLRl S. M. R. Ii. LANDS. These valuable lands which remain un- sold, 111 Fiecborn County, are still ottered at low prices, and on easy terra1! ITow is the Time to secure Them. Inquire of the undei signed, to who also nil moneys due the Ti ustees on inn Jloi tgagos should be piud. No extensions of payments where taxes an. not paid M CONANT, Agt ot Trustees, j MEAT MARKET WILLIAM TUNELL calls attention to his FIFE MEAT MARKET, Whore can bo found at all times, choice cuts of Beef, JPorJc, Sausage j FTSTT, POULTRY, and WILD in tlicir souson 1UIOADWAV, noar Armstrong's Bank ALBIfffiT LEA, it Rives to tho pasfKHKor a A lev of too grandest Bcmery, flucbt aKricultuiol ami fjiujsiug gionnde of tiio West Its i! issengei and iroiyht trains arc uurpasuJ bj uono iu the Stite Pullman's I'ol ico D? un mpiuom nnd Sleeping CUB Lonis daily tho K. 1 M'y.atOA M Hannibal nt 10 A M arid Sedahaat fi 2J t i, luniung through to Deuiaon, bboTuian, Dullae, Ho irnc, Austin nud Houston change. C oiinection IB also Hindu at Hher mau with the letns aud Puufik for tlio aboM) named poiutH The of this road with tho M K T K'y at DenihOii for St Louis, Chicago, 1 ort bcott, Kansas City, and all lOintH and Eurt, with tho Tt-can Pacific at bhorraan for LOIIIH, Oaiio, Memphis, and all "points east aud Boutheant, and ut Iloustou tho U H S A for nan Automo, tUo G H foi Gaheoton, tho lexjs i. N Oi loins B'y for Beaumont, Orange, i.c Ihc Morgan Mallory Sti nmslupa (or all points on tho Gulf and Atlantic coasts, and tho Lrvorpoal Steamship Line to Liverpool Halvie and other EnroiJoan cities are poriect, its freedom from dust and heat on letomil of thj u it iro (if t 10 R( il and the open prairio country over which it whilo its cooling sea breeze, bleasaiit scenery of bio id prairies, beautiful groies, well hclds ot cotton, corn, small grain, and fruit, ren- der it espiciallj deiuablo and advant igoous to and shippers m preference to others Buy your Tickcis and Ship your Freig-ht by the HOUSTON TEXAS GEN RAILWIY The following Officers and Agents have boon OM- tablislied by thiy Company, -where information may ba had concerning not only tliu H r Railway.but Tox vs generally FLMANOULSl-EE, EftBt'n Pnssenpor Agent, 417 Broadw ay, N Y Gen J B BOBERTSON.Pasa'r and Immigration Agent, 113 North Third St St Lonis, Mo. A ALLLE, Northwest'u Pass Ag't 101 Clark St Chicago, 111 HN HOLAIES, Sonthennt'n Agent, No. 3 Bnrnett ouse, Cmnunali, O. JKOOrriN, Southern Pass Ag't Ohattanoogft, Teun. Information may also bo had at tho Agencies of m New Chicneo, Cincin- nati, Hannibal and St Lonis. J, GenlPass AR't, Houston, lexaB J. HUHAND, Genl Supt. Houston, loxas. 4y) ALBERT LEA MINN J AT ALBERT LEA AND Evorp description of PINE LUMBER, INCLUDING FENCING, FLOCKING, DIMENSION BOARDS OLEAU LUMBER, SIDING, blllNOLns LATH, DOORS SVSH, SIIEfiTIVG PAPER, PICKETS, Constantly on hind, und for ki Lowest Market Price verythiug in tho hue of tUKMlUKC kepi, and Bold al LOTtLST J4A1LS AUSTIN, -_---_-_____ MINN J9ray JLines. A. H. SQUIER. CSTY EXPRESS DRAY LINE. Deals in H 1RD and SOFT CQAL Also Seasoned Wood THE Ordeis left on the slate at Lincoln attended to at once Bron MALLERY BROS. Arc piopmctl to slait their for the season Orders solicited BABBITT HAYES, 3D 3E8L -A. "ST JUS. 3E2 7ST FOXt SJMLE. Leavo orders on the slate at A E John- or RaiiBom'a JERLOW "KA11VESON, Albart Lea, Minnesota. JOHN M. MARTY, flIBYEYOR AND CIVIL ALBERT LEA, MINN. Loavo orders with Stacy GOODS, HATS CAPS, CROCKERY GLASS-WARE, BTONB WOODENWARR, GROCERIES, SPICES, SARDINES, CONFECTIONERY, C5 And in fnct everything nsnally kept in a country atom We keep constantly on hand a first class variety of FOB FILLED TO ORDER 05 SHORT NOTICI J. F. REPPY. AGENT, Albert LM J. C. JOHNSON AOKNT, Aldea.MliiB 15 Sergeant. M3OTEAPOLIS W. P. V. ONE of tbo grcatoiat mecbamf al InvoDtfojiB cr the af t'io MetV )c Bindt r IHw uov ul] doubt a couiplefe Bu-whcfiB, tho of t1 e S Km i Htrutcd tiiat fact. tho laiUUof other Binders and much more than the r R K A cjnalil it w i Id uooui to a jurfuet i uoluno It hides a bnudlc, shelling out half tbcgraiu, au Aim nud breaks Ibu ntiichino or stops tho hoTseo, both of which featurLH aro iii-omuicut ja rival btadora nuithor (Iocs it le >omlkr n tlip rtrongth of tho wire to draw the bundle together, liko another rlvnl tnnchia but A-jto itn nlniost imnau arras it dru-WB the tmudle together tightly, puts ilie wire nrtnujd it, biltda it and with a quio doliboruto nioTe, carrioB it to ono sido "ftheso yenilj hud off hit tho ftulblo Every more JR Bteody aud KccompURbuig jiiBt ite pnrpoBo, nothing mnro HCJ Jorhn. no flultar or nto of pov er Tlio htuk of the bin-vest field has at lost lial every ouo tr.La a leiuk ot It and I td fun n ell to tho motkodH of tho past. HALL HOUSE F HALL, Proprietor. Albert Lea. Minn Or ALL KIND6 Constantly on hincl nfcd fcrsaloat t' TO STOCK GROWIIRS. M BEH'Ml-K Voope a chmeo animal of the hnlf Devon blond, o J farm of Mr. Monn West end of Clark Street Consultation fee, cnsh, F! RST-C LAS3 13 31   VIEW OP THE PROBABLB AP- VANCE IN LUMBER, PEOPLB WILL DO WELL TO AVAIL' THEMSELVES OF THB B A H 0 A I N S WE NOW OFFER. Cull and sec otir Stock before ptrretraclnf elsewhere. WSPAPfcRI   

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