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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - April 6, 1876, Albert Lea, Minnesota£mbtfrn Comity standard A,,tLr^l,i,V I,IS for,,,er e,cctir'n? halbard work and by experienced AUiS^.r LE V. MINN.. APRIL (i. 1876 U. G. Balker, - - - - - Spii lK I'avmk.nt. — A-tother test v**te iii the II »use on the question of specie pigment on Friday last. rimvv-fiat 87 lleiuncrats Were it pooled while ♦ti favored the measure. Republicans Gore nearly it na iii moils in favor. I saw some very fine gold hands tin re and Iree gold. I lie pine in some plaecs.is very good, is not a yellow, and not a white pine, about half and half. The Scut; MAK EU, the Democratic (’oil pressman, who pocketed $300,000 of th** Pacific Mail corruption fund, sat in the ll mise the other day and voted for" the impeachment of Ruiknap. A co-temtiorary is entirely in order when it asserts that this is the •• cheekiest thing that has occurred since the 1st of Jan * . _ A WEI,I. KNOWN ox-me in ber of Congress, from L iui-iana. states that the negroes throughout the South are or ganixing i'or a grand movement en masse iii favor of Morton for the Republican nominee for the Presidency. Delegates will he sent to the convention, not alone pledged to support Morton, bur who are known to be out and out Mor ♦•rn men The gentleman referred to asserts positively that the Southern colored vote will be cast solidly for Motion. - J    n.    .    J-..u...... The Anniversary of the day on which the Kuiperor of Rrazil took his oath of loyally to the National Constitution of Brazil, was celebrated last Saturday, with much enthusiasm in Rio dallier), and all other Brazilian cities of any si/.*. Meanwhile the Kin-p*-ror, Don Pedro ll. had sailed the day previous on his way to vi>it the Cnited States. Tile royal party will he due in New York harbor April 20 OVE it a million dollars worth oT damage to manufacturing and other J established by more than one precedent, me name may be brought forward ,    brought    borne    some    nice    specimens    I now little dreamed of, who will be «-1    did aor    Me    any    quart*    that    contained hdilor looted by the popular voice to fill the    “    ' ; position In view of the parsimonious proclivities of the present Congress, a prerequisite of his fitness for the phi™ should be*unbounded wealth, for as tilings now appear, should a poor man I or a tuau of even moderate means be elected, long before his term has ex I pi red he will hire to be Investigated. I lite special comm.tree on the Mexican border outrages have passed a bill I I *\ew .fdrrrtisemenu. K PRORATE cur-KT--State"'of Minnesota, county of Freeborn In the I matter of the guittdiun^lito of Albert lr), i 5®*w an’* Sidney N Shaw, minor heirs of Joseph Shaw, deceased. Notice is hereby given that by virtue and in pursuance of scenery through the Hills is grand, the ?fl or,Jer of Pattee made by the said Court finest I ever saw. J he hills and mountains are not in ridges, but peaks and pinnacles. J he pine above Spring creek grows to the summits of the hills authorizing and requesting the President to send two full Regiments of cavalry to the Rio Grande frontier Ibis with some sixteen hundred re •    111*    “    J    u    ■    J*... ^ ^    ^    §    *    a    u    i,    “ cruds, aud tile bill fun her requests and ter, aud everything goes to show that ■int    t    I    4    a-.     I______-1    ,    .    I    •    v    ..    .    .    . authorizes the President to order that tile U. S. troops shall pursue maunders across the Mexican frontier and j give much for the Black Hills, punish them where caught. If this is not iii effect ti declaration of war, in the /k ) I    a    m    I    ^    ***    J    ft    VA    A name of ail national comely, what more would not advise anyone who had a no- is renin od v     i    .    .    !    . in mid matter, on tile JI st day of March, A. l>. 1876, the undersigned, Guardian of said minor heirs will, on life 2*1 day of May, A. I). IB7tJ, at one oClock p m. of said day. .    ________ ut the front door of the Stacy &    Tyrer's Going into    the    Hills    at    Buffilo    gap,    HO j    *•* office, in Albert ben, In said    coomy. miles    below    Custar    City,    the    nine    is i    n,ffeI‘ srvle fln<1 se!1 nt public 'endue all 1    lh® right, title, and interest of    the said minors in and to the following la nils, sit-mite in in said county, vial:    The south half of the northwest garter and the w est thirty (VU) acres of the HO «ith half of the northeast quarter of section number twenty .eight, (28) of township number one hundred ani one (HH) of range number twenty.one. (21) Til et el ms of said sale will be made know u at the time and place of sale. Dated April 4, 1870. Stacy & Tyrer    W.    II. MOORE, Att y*.    (7anidian of said Minors. 14t I. poor, scrubby, and knotty, the hills are sharp and barren, grass is poor, and w.iter scarce and poor. As you go north the pine gets better, more irater, hills more gradually sloping, grass bet- the northern part of the hills is far bet-ter than the southern. I would not As far i as prospected, they do not amount to anything rich as a gold country, aud I Established 1860. THE Freeborn County STNDARAD. WAmcvIh iirotltcr*. ANECDOTES OF SOME NOTED MEN. was is required The committee on M litary affairs on j sit ion or business in the east, at which they are making a fair living, to give it S' Friday last agreed upon a bill to reor-^ up to go to the Hills to iliago/d ganize the Army.(it being Representa- ! The valleys that we traveled throu five Banning’s bill, with some amend- j in the southern part of the hills, i nients) and ordered it to be reported favorably to tho House. The bill also fixes the Head Quarters of the Army iii this place. Geol Sherman arrived bere la»t Friday and had an interview with Secretary Taft. It is well known that the Secretary is strongly in favor of having the Head Quarters of the Army established ?it this place, but Gen*. Sherman for private reasons is I opposed to it. Ile says that his ob jections to Washington still remain i good He does not like the influences of society here, and he could not live decently on his pay and keep up appearances Now that it is proposed to reduce his pay one half and require him to have bis Quarters in Washington, he docs not know what hi? will do. He will wait until Congress settles the matter before giving a positive answer as to his future intentions. h are narrow r, and would not support a very i large farming community. The parks are nice, aud some of them are of good j size, and contain some plow lands. There is good grazing all over the Hills, and will some day make a good stock country (after the Indians are exterminated) Take it all together, I think that one year from now will bu as good ii nota better time, to go there than now. SMT!!™" —. ■ ..I'jr Diamond Pointed An acre of performance is worth the whole world of promise. Ii } oil vt ant t^ spoil all that Col gives you ; if you want to be miserable yourself and a maker of misery to others, the way is easy enough. Only be ad fish, aud it is doue at once. Emotion has no value in the Ch rill - ITATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Freeborn, ss. District (’onrf, Tenth Judicial District.—August F. SuclHohu and ti Hat. A. Seefeld, partners us Sue IU oho A BeeWd, Plaintiff*, against Hen. Davis and C. A. Ostrom, Defend a ti ta. The State of Minnesota,to the above-nair.cd def ndants: ^ ou, and each of you, are hereby summon* cd and required t<f answer the complaint in this action, a copy of which is herew ith I served on yon. and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the sttb-I scribers at their office in Albert'Lea, Free-thorn County, Minnesota, within twenty days after the service of tbit summon sn non I yon. exclusive of the day of such se? vice. and if you fail to answer the complaint I within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff in tins action will take Judgment against von for $204 8*>. with int ere* t ai 7 per cent per annum on $ JO OI) from S pf. ]*;. 1875, and with intercut on $173 80 at IO pee C(.nt : from August 11, IFT',, and for $2 OO nota- ! rial fees for protest and notice*, and c"st? and disbursement*. Dated. March 81*t A I). 1870. LOVELY k PARKER, ’ \ Plaintiffs’ Attorneys, 1D7    Albert    Lea, Mina. SEED WHEAT! rl’UUi'HKn AT ALBERT LEA, • —BV— MINN. Parker & Botsford, Proprietors. we say Tm* St*KU VKI) i* the oldest pap*, on the line o! the Southern Minnesota Railroad ; has sn extensive circulation among the rending portion of the community ; the cir-latten is constantly increasing, and its advantages as an advertising medium has long been teeog-ntzed by a large list of paying patron*. As Sheridan Knowles was walking one day with a brother dramatist, he FOR TAPIOCA, GO TO LINCOLN BROTHERS. accosted by a gentleman in fliest* terms •• Von are a pretty fellow, Knowles; after COATS’ THREAD AT LINCOLN BROTHERS. fixing your ow n d: y an i hour to dine with u*. von never made yostr appearance '* T T T T T AT LINCOLN BROTHERS. I couldn t help it, upon my honor, replied Knowles. *• How are you at hoise ?’* . CANNED ROODS AT LINCOLN BROTHERS, “Oh, quite well, thank you ; but cotye, now will you name another day, aud keep DRY ROODS AT LINCOLN BROTHERS. your word?” “ t Trill—sure I win. ‘VT* TI. whrtf day T” “ Shall WOODEN-WARE AT LINCOLN BROTHERS. Thursday next ?    **’k et, Thursday be it ” “Al llxT” “At six. PII be there COHON FLANNELS AT LINCOLN BROTHERS. ptimtually. My love to em all. The friend departed, and Knowles, re-Tmking his LAMP FILLERS AT LINCOLN BROTHERS. t*m with that of Bm,rd, said: * * V, lio'n that chap? ' Dot having the least hit, of LADIES* HOSE AT LINCOLN BROTHERS. the name or residence of the man he had promised lo dine with. cr the Interesting SAFETY LAMPS AT LINCOLN BROTHERS. family to whom hr had sent his love. In hi. last illness, poor Hood was reduced FLANNELS AT LINCOLN BROTHERS. to a skeleton. As he noticed a very large mustard poultice which Mrs. Hood was WASHUM POWSER AT UIGOIR BROTHERS. twitting for hint, he exclaimed :    •*    Oh,    Mary ! that will be a great deal of mustard TABLE CASTERS AT LINCOLN BROTHERS. to* very little meat!“    ,\    gentleman in comp.ny with Dr. Johnson, to REPELLANT* AT LINCOLN BROTHERS. some of the usual arguments for drinking, added this:    •    You    know.    «ir,    drinking BLASS-WABE AT LINCOLN BROTHERS, drives away care and makes us foget whatever is disagreeable. Would you not HELVETIA* HAL VEU A. HALVETIA. allow * man to drink for that reason V' John-on replied:    •*    Ye?,    sir,    if he ae* BRACKET LAMPS AT LINCOLN BROTHERS. Dig ii Jot! * .    i    t,    ,    tlan    8*v**c,n    **ve    as    il Wands connected It seems some little speck at trouble with right conduce as the cause of it i« Bvon nAiP in fha    I__:_____ L*.    .    .!    •    ,    i    , —Aft AN— property is report od in Massachusetts. Connecticut and Khode Island, caused by the great floods in the rivers and sm iller streams. Many mills and other buildings are reported either swept away or badly damaged. Two small manufacturing towns iii Massachusetts —Glutton and Fullcrville—were almost entirely washed away. is even now in the Centennial horizon. I The bill appropriating one million five hundred thousand dollars for the Centennial Exhibition which passed Con- 1 j press, simply provides that the Government shall be repaid before any profits accrue to the stock holders. These Inst, it seems, claim that their invest- j j merits are first to be paid, and then if anything is left, the Government may j •ret its investments, acoine it appears I think that even if the Government never realizes a cent, yet it may be a I good thing in a National way by insur Cimotion is the bud, not the flower, and never is it of value until it expands into a flower. Every religious sentiment ; every act of devotion which does not produce a corresponding elevation of life, is worse than useless. Be noble minded I Our own heart. and not other men’s opinions of us. forms our true honor. God hts made the mind of man so, that a peculiar deliciousness resides in tile fruits el personal industry. Of all the riches that we hug. of all II. KOW ELL ba* on ban I a choice lot of PIRE FIFE WHEAT. The 3 a Crosse Republican and Lea- 1 der says : “The silence observed by die Democratic press about the result* of the recent election in New Hampshire, where a Democratic victory was anticipated, indicates that tile opening pun of the pre it campaign of I BTG has knocked the stuffing out of their rooster. Mrs. Taft, the wife of the new Sec rotary of War, is a most cultivated lady, highly accomplished aud remarkable for her exemplary piety and lier Motive benevolence. She is constantly v-ngwtred in acts of charity, and her re Mi»vo.l tu. \\ ashingt«m. will be n serious lot** to the poor of Gincinnati, in whose caufle she has unceasingly labored. Al fhowpli wealthy, Judge and Mrs Taft have always preferred a simple st\le of living, ana have never cared much to enter into gay society They have three t*''ti»,one of whom is married and has three children. in? the success of the Exposition and lhe Plea*ure* we enjoy, we can carry no more out of this world than out of a dream. Planets govern not the soul norpuide the destinies id men j but trifles lighter than straws are levers in the building up of our character. •V^tr •iilrertisemcuts. HLRDIN’G.—Contrary to report. I will herd cattle the present season on Alden prairie. Price for season, with salt, JI Jo 14lC    Wx.    BICK    FOR I) TEACHERS’ EXAMINATION In a speech in Hartford, Conn., the other evening, Gen Steward L. Wood fold, of New York, truly said : Tin* demand of the hour is for honesty, mid I trust that there will be no truckling but frank recognition of this d tiiand. at the Cincinnati Convention. Ie*t no man b * nominated except one whiw*e name, front one end of the land t • the other, shall be a synonym of per lect honesty and integrity. Tit a few plain words, that states the ibtnatid of the present political sit na -ri'»n A long speech, or an elaborate volume could not doit better. enabling us to make a creditable ap pearanec before the world. A Hunt as • much consistency in this as there would be in a hungry beggar paying every cent he could raise for a sud of clothes ■ to parade in It is thought that the recently discharged employees of the ^Government and its illy paid officials I could suggest a better place to put the money. In this connection it is gratifying to state that active steps have been taker to relieve the necessities of tho discharged employers The clerks of the Second Auditors I office have taken up a collection in belout of these needy people and wore very successful. Several ladies aud gentlemen, both able and willing to offer practical help have left their names at the office of the Republican, and , that paper this morning is very encouraging in their behalf, stating that every ! arrangement is being made to relieve ' j their wants. Several of the medical fraternity have offered their services gratuitously to tile sick. Among 11hem Dr. Gibbs, Dr. Keene, and Dr^ Mead, are among the first. The bill for the ■ Bounties is before the House. It passed ; both houses last session, but was not signed by the President, because he j had doubts of the legality of its pas-i sage. This bill provides that each soldier I who served in the Army shall receive eight and two-thirds dollars per month, ! tor all tile time of actual service, all j ’ boun'ies already paid to he charged to him. It it estimated that it will require about SJO,HOO,OOO, and is thought to be an act of judice to tile gallant defenders of the Iii ion. Saxon. CAREFULLY SCREENED FROM ALL SMALL KERNELS. COCKLE. AND OTHER IMPURITIES, WHICH HE PROPOSES TO SELL AT KRA SHV A B L K* RATES to FARMERS, FOR SEED! Give him a cal! at ELEVATOR NO. 2, near Depot, Albert L^a. Mina. 12t4. For sale or Rent. Immigration DfrweiT, Tm* Sva*«M*. awk#* an ^prcial aim to pulllsh all th* valuable ti alfet ie* uf ,i,c i aunty, rendering It peening attractive ! a* an in.migration document Man* resident* 0f the county appreciate ibm fart. ' ami are feuding the paper to their Easier* ' friend? He d»-*ire lo increase the useful I ne** of Tm* m vm van in th:* reeved, and I f .U Heir it THE a OU nam be tu mr list. to add Inau more rue OUR LOOK .SO WELL, AND LAST >U LONG, KEPT NI AV AND FREI IS THAT THE BTO* II BV A NOTH JTfiSTAXDI.VG TIII FACT TH IT WE ARE DUMO FIRffT-CLAHS JOB- that Public will be h. Id Notice i? hereby given Exautinations of teachers in this county aa follows ; At the school house iii Sh< ll Rock village, on Monday April IT. JMG At the school Imu-e in Sumner, on Wednesday, April JO. J87G At Buckeye school house, on Friday April 21, 1876 At the school lion so in Albert Ll on Saturday, April 22. JMG Examinations to Equalization of o’clock, A. M. Persons desiring certificates must he pte.sent at one of these places, as pri 'ate Examinations will n t welield. un- j less satisfactory reasons ars given there- i for. II ENB V THURSTON. Co Supt , of School*, I Ar3    Freeborn    Comity,    Mien. The Store occupied by AV 8. Wood a' a jewelry afore and news room, on Broadway Albert Lea. E.-r lentil-, apply on the premise*, or by letter to AV. 8. WOOD. l’-tf    W iasebago Ciiy. Minn. Trees, Flowers, Bulbs, HEDGE PLANTS Nursery Stock, Fruit and Flower plates. PROMPTLY, AND AT KEA- I ANABLE RATES. WE are GRAD- I I A LIA ADDING TO OIH Ft CILITIKS. AXD PHUA, FN I DEAVER TO FILLY KEEP 1 rr WITH TMK ti>ik« i CONSTANTLY BKTRtVl.NG PERPETUAL MOTION! A XD AS srHXI.Y AXD IA \ A RI A lil.V DISI    i»K    TMK    'DD'il C. SI. HEWITT Legal Blanks. »a Address com me uc* at 0 F K. PIP EN IX. Bloomington Nursery, Illinois. Six hundred acres; 24th year; 13 Greenhouses; 4 Catalogues 25 cts. 1214 LA CROSSE FLORAL GARDENS. Ginirit* A* " e keep the most '-••gi*l blanks of complete T»*grO»jr*t any country office in ami we plide ourselves on the . ul ‘hM K in TRADE will com- pant t«voiably »ttb the best found any where. the Mate, tact that our IU work to be ENTIRE 2*TC Flowers. Redding Plants, Uurrnnts, Strawberries, etc. rieties of Shrubberies, Also all va- [Special Correspondence of Stan lard. J SKW8 FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL THE BLACK HILLS. Gloomy Prospect for Gold Hunters. MRS. JOHN STAGE, Vegetable Plants, is receiving tne Intoi-oKtln^ Letter from One who has Been There. Mr. 0. II Bates, just returned from the Black Hills country, writing to R. I B. Spicer, from Yankton, unlerdateof March 30th, says : I arrived home from the “ land of gold inst Friday evening, and now agreeable to promise. I will write you about how I found things there. As I far as they have prospected, I could not i s^e or Darn of anything to induce me, I to go there and dig gtJd. There is I gold there, and almost anywhere one ! could reasonably expect to find, it, but it is in small quantities and deep I did not see or hear of any being obtained by pulling grass. Bed rock is from G to JO feet deep. in most places too deep to reach in a common prospect hole the unenviable position    f^e    w*y they get at the pay dirt is by drilling under the bars and cribbing. | (J I Spring creek is the largest mine in ; operation. There are two companies at | work there They have drifted under j the mountain in two drifts, IOO feet east, with two side drifts to follow. Dug about one quarter of a mile of douce ; built four log house*, and have i a splendid outfit in every respect, have i handled a pile of tint about the size of Gov Armstrong's house, and have ; taken out 82,000. The foreman told me rhat it had cost them 8) 50 in j green backs for every -SI OO in gold they I had taken out. The man who goes to I the hills expecting to pick up gold,will be badly fooled. Ile can get it only by nard work, and as far as prospected, make but small wages per day. Capt. j •Lick, an old Californian, who is work- I ing a sluice on Rapid creek, told me there is gold almost everywhere in the i Hills, (he had been there about one year, and had been all over them.) but says that there has not been enough wash to concentrate it on the bed rock, ! it is tao much scattered for Washington, March 30, 1S7G Brother Jonathan, as soon as lie has succeeded iii hiving his B’s—tha* is the ll NY. B , of Brooklyn, and the AV W IL. at present a sojourner at this place—the one being a quasi local B ! though in reality a B affecting in some measure the religious world: the other a National B. aud reflecting not only ! on our national pride, but demanding iii' iition where our want of principle nod false pride furnished the theme, i will have auntlier matter just now of growmg importance to occupy his at-UMt*i<«f» ; that of determining who shall lur B ■is* to running his little farm for the next four years Quite a li.-t of ii am es are now offered from among which Jonathan's children may select one to occupy Bromin *nt among those now offered by the Republican boys arc Nit. Blaine, Representative from Maine } Mr. Morton. Senator from Indiana ; .Mr. Kris tow. Secretary of the J rcasurv; Mr (’tinkling. Senator from N V ; Gov Hayes, of Ohio. The Democratic youths present Gov. Tilden, of N, Y T Senator Thurman, oi Ohio ; Geol. Hail *»ck, IL S A ; Gov Hendricks, of Indiana, and Judge Davis, of the Su prente Court. Which of these, one on either side, will he selected to confest the matter, and upon whom the choice may fall, rime alone eau determine. The political horizon present tile appearance of a wintry night moment anil one star is shining with undimmed luster, a flitting cloud obscures it for an instant and another spumes the brightness and so they a1 ternate. Such appears to be the politick et at** of affairs. One of iii •ntioii!>d appears to be particular star of to J it. Largest and Best SELECTED 8T<*('K OF MILL NERY GOO BS, EYER BROUGHT INTO THIS \( VLK ET THESE II WE BEEN PURCHASED ESPECIALLY To MEET TUE WANTS OF Spring St ammer Trade W bidi will be sold cheaper th in ever befoi e HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOK ^UMAMT ECAXIl, and Gents’ Chains from same made to order. Also Ladies' Switches, and all other work in that line. in thtir season to be had at lowest prices of    JOHN    A. SALZER, Corner of 7th and.Adam Sts., lot Cross#, WU. Send f«/r Price Circular All orders filled promptly.    ]j,g \\TANTED.—Two hundred stock steers Tf Apply to A. II. MCMILLEN. Off LOOK 11 EKE! Weary woman, there is rest for you. STEAM WILL DO KUR WORK! PUMPS! PUMP8 ! T Y Doud AV hoiesa ie and Retail Dealer in illliVi 0 iii! OK This Pump is considered superior to any ! other now in use. ami is offered as low as any other in market. WARRANTED TO GIVE SATIfFACT’R FOR 3 YEARS, or NO PAY. Headquarters at Genera, Freeborn County, f    Minnesota, Where all orders received by mail or otherwise will have prompt attention, 12,1 Womans Friend THE LATEST, THE CHEAPEST, THE I REST—NO Ii CURING, NO POUNDING NO TURNING OR TEARING, NO CLUMSY CYLINDER, AND NO TWENTY OR THIRTY DOLLARS EXPENSE. STEAM DOES HALL. LAND FOR SALE. Improved or unimproved Load for Sale on Lonsra- Tzuris. Apply to Albert Let, Miftn wx. Hazelton, *r W. W. JOHNSON. EATS! HATS! Von you comes to Town und don’t got somedings to j puy, it’s better you go mit that BONNET STORE of Mrs. Richards’ und bought some HATS. I The WOMAN’S FRIEND washes with-, out labor. It will do the washing of an ordinary family in thirty minutes to an hour. The STEAM WASHER is superior to all other devices, THOMAS E. RICHARDS. I Off    Sole Agent for Freeborn County. NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. Parties holding claims of any character against the late Luther Parker, are requested to hand in immediately an itemized statement to I). G. PARKER or J. II. PARKER. Sale For One Lumber Wagon. One Set Double Harness. One Sulky Rake. One Kirby Reaper. One Span 4-year-old marcs. Cash or oft time. Apply to 10tf    J.    W.    SMITH. Albert Lea, Minn. much A I * jwte I by another one the names the bright ^rJv be lo morrow anyone ti ever make a very lug thing in mining tot .I ...crc lr can on Iv be got by ;crc It For Sale ! _i STORE AND TWO LOTS On Broadway ! Ii ALSO- Dwelling house, and ten lots on Clark St., only one block from Broadway; will imikc good residence or business pi operty. Will J be sold togethju, or iu snnJl parcel?, as j customers may desire. Time will be given for n part of the pur- ; chase money.    JOHN 8TAO*. A’bcrt Lea, April >. I ST ti.    111*^ * Feed! Feed! H. ROWELL. J at ELEVATOR No. 2. near the Depot, having put in a Hew Feed. Mill, is now ready to accommodate the public with FEED IN ANY QUANTITY, and at reasonable rates.    |jf STAR DRUG and MUSIC STORE. We keep ob hand a full line of the STAXDAID & BURDETTE ORGANS, SHOMOR & Co. PIANOS. And Mnsical Merchandise of all kinds A Urge Stock of Drugs and Medicines kept on hand. BARCK k SIMMS. On Broadway next door to Post Office. 88tf    Albert    Lea,    Minn. BLA3NTKS OF ALL KIND* Coost aully on baud aud for sale at l.hiaOffie* Pry    Goods, Pants    S'    Shots,    dot hilly,    I fats «V    Caps,Crockery fyc. REG VR DU** uF ODST, To CLOSE UP OUR BIS IR ESB. We have decided to clitic up our bt-:ness, and will after this date sell with out reserve, all goods at Cast. We mean ju-t what we say. WE ARE GOING OUT OF BCSI NESS. Our whole Stock MI r sold- Tea an I Fish by rhc packnec, A T CO&T ’ CROCKERY    AT    COST GROCERIES    AT    COST BOOTS A SHOES    AT    COST CLOTHING    AT    COST DRESS GOODS    AT    COST NOTIONS ,    AT    COST HATH k CAPS AT    COST Ami less than cost to rinse owl our Trade. COME IN AND NEE IF WE 1*0 NOT MEIN BUSINESS! DO NOT PAY CRF.DIT FRICKS FOR YOUR GOODS TILL YOU COME IN AND SEE IF WE DO NOT HELL ’GOODS AS WE SAY WE DO. A few cases of Boots. AT COST t Call and fee sold, firt we are going to close cut our Bual Des-. GUI WITS & SO N GILES, BRO. & CO. * IE AND JEWELERS Nos, 266 & 268 Wabash Av. II*. f*s rn* MINNEAPOLIS LUMBER. * I <.    ««»•**#    <«**•)    »*     at W. P. UU PRALEk IN M.i KINDS ftp Min.si LAPUMA R’\fe BKR, SH ING LES. LATH, tl*g • KMENT, AND BUILDING MATERIAL. We arr ti1 recriVmg a laPjy It! of ired Seasoned Lumber CO A 8tPKRM»R QUALITY, WUK*! I# VIEW THE PLvnAAJLE ADVANI* IN LUMBER, PikUi’LII w ILL Ut) til Ell TU Af AU THUMMEL VE* UH TM* ** A R ii a I NS WE NUW UFFER. f ii! and ,*#*. our Stock bffe*-# els*** h* re A LUERT LEA, dun* 24. I jirchii.ag H. JTop Sale - Tinxe. TWO SPAN 0f» ll OR HEH. TWO YOKE «iF OXEN. A Quantify at Choice Tlrftfly .VH. r«> lout! on    or -iion urn borrowers. GREAT SECRET! ' WHY ALL KINDS OF GOOJjfl BOUGHT AT O. M. HEWITT’S in quantifies to sail J AME* p J*'8irs. t, ♦•rnar*. Mina. a big onto. A U pure Att to thrift ig for 4 arr. Ai - -old i * Acre* Kiefer mat seed tag; * rv •wrtig Of*ber, » g th# list d J I*00 husk. •eh. ft*# w«dl Grift rn ti*# win IS f M CURE! fJT W 3%l 0 ho! 1 b#*3nl fff g Land in r abt*iit # h*q*tirr ai if n PA KH ER. -Alfier* l/e*. Mia* T.BKflUHH Alden Vliig. •P* Sonthern Minnesota ft, ft rrnmaamnr. T»-«fe* lethe uh* A rrin l.e*Ti ft I NO K K5T g Valley.. t / I aile? ALSERT IEI . "if*.. iiiJ- 10 I* Mum 11 At) .12 f»? * t:49 8*1 to UM Alo a. *1. P. W. •ING LAK? ALBERT LEA ins V Ai rive Train-lone ft t wan for Mi Ea-t. Rnnhfbnr:... la CRuhhE V Mk* < #*» —1 f rr"■** wi e. Chifwcu. and juke*, (pfijeu nncfffea .-,t male ft trwi >* aw. k nth m I* the t. M. ii and all p. lute* ll tv p. lo h** ii W J - - a. ft. •. j.. * ti; lo    •* ■*f ifws    «• . ... H 4.y r. m. •* ...... 3*48    •• IM 4:12 •* ...... a: I ft    " «... * ?9    “ rime connect* «» bn the Mil-F*t*J Railway att pointe train* IL P*\xtsfr^, Tiekef A*’t tonmjk for 8t. N <’,ra.«li*,«nd VAN HORN defter*! JAMES W. STAGE. DEALER IN Hardware, Tin- Ware, Stores* S'c. JOB RORK AND REPAIRING DONK Neat and Cheap! Agent tnt    • HOWES SCALES AND MILLER BROS. WARRANTE0 K.NIVE® our Stock, ne the Goods mum bf _ A, A. VV HODE! 3* I E ASJP DETAIL The proprietor? fake p!ea«irre in eallfng attent ion to their beaut ital imjft-oved •.KOI.IAN" BEED OBGAIT, b«H*vin« it to he th. be.t TAPUm ,nd OBrRPft. CRAI, ORUAN rr»nnfi*rt*l-ed, Tte beef err. <f j fMxta in this lu.inim.ot ate i wol and *»£*« with \ the utmost carr, and, in r. njuoctjon with fee tai. WK A HK S PKO Ta L AOKMT8 FOH ELGHT -WATCHES, AXD ll AVK A FU LI, STOCK OF HOWARD WA IC II ES, AXD AX KNDI.KSS \_\RIKTT OF proTt d Reed I has iher J>fe4n*e a rw*«t, pure, and ! p»»w#rtu! ume.    * Chicago 8lTPKHH ( AMES —— NEW ANO ELEGANT DESIGNS. MBT IISIOIK tPTIClI Ladles’ Flite Hold Walches, Gold Opera Chains, Gold Neck Chains, Silver Vest Chafes, Table Castors, Cake Baskets, Not Picks, Card Stands, Napkin Kiage, Waiters, Butter Dishes, Gold Rings, Diamonds, Gold Tooth Picks, Gold Watch Keys, Coral Refills, t’ofil Necklaces, Coffee I i os, Syrup Dis be?, 8poon Holders, Cups and Goblets Bracelets, ManufaOurtsd if Kb* h Uofeat. ftai.brd in <Hl. with r r«fi< h Walnut ran. I. *d4    Oma- of ta? inn acyl. st Coral Sets and Rings, Gold Thimbles, Bronte Ornaments, Silver Thimbles, Silver Spoons,    Gold    Locket*, Tea Sets,    Shirt    Simi*, Ladies Sen,    Real    Rings, Pearl Sets,    Brooches, Ice Pitcher*,    Opera    Glasses,    Ac., OflUtC Mufti Patriot* Cloclcx nr<*3;<*rv I)ox<*ri]rtion Wuteh MatcrijilHtiiitl J’otils lorJtwcfem Every one visiting CHICAQO should call at our e*tabli*>timent and examine ottrgoods THI CHEAPEST PRICES IS OUR MOTTO. menu, fi-rming fin** *jwe nr The Handsomest —AT TRK- LOWEST PPICES. IU4*r* t»i)i»e *ft inft-n. f in^tratr.r at of fftlt* loti# j rte, i *X j IHr, aril# ani! t#rettt.'a Hie t rfe. r* a Mnperi,»e «>tie FOR RtfH. Mini#?**., # hwrrhre, I Mcocn, .*s«:b<«*b>. Ia dac#, fie,, ciu.ufe real* #*awp for i rice Int aud DEALERS will ft oil it. jto ibfiT advaotajf. ft# «tJiuiDf t fe F”1 • P f>*** '“i o-'**» * nl* f. ii ml in no »*ther. .    j    tortm*    #»ntrd    to    fianOte    it lii'iruii.tn!- in »v»ry o.Sn. « • rrri> |*WMt«ata I betted. “AEOLIAN ” GROAN-CO. VT t-lltMlTtlX. J. Of-

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