Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard in Albert-Lea, Minnesota
6 Apr 1876

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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - April 6, 1876, Albert Lea, MinnesotaSrfiln? Milk To my how, or la what kind of pan to act milk would perhap. be assuming bro much, but will say, without hcsita don, that in my opinion, I ho poorest ana most laborious way to set milk is in the six-quart pans so commonly used In our dairy we use the “ Empire vMate pan, and have never seen any other kind for which we would be will in^ to exchange Under ordinary cir CU instances thirty-six hours is long onough for the milk to stand before skimming; in cold weather it may be well to let it remain twelve hours longer. It is not advisable Ic? let cream remain on milk too Ion*;. exposed to the air, simply to increase tire (piatrtity at the expense of the cftfaHfy of the butter. There should be considerable milk skimmed with thick cream for churning. Vt' you churn very stiff, thick cream,the butter will have a dull, oily appearance, while, on the other hand, if you have considerable milk with it, it will h?we a clean, bright look. When is cr emir _ kept from one skimming to another,add a little salt cacti time, and it should be well stirred »•» often as ticw is added It should nut be kept too long before churning, never longer than a week, (flour or 6 vc days is bet ter,jut any rate never after acidity developes itself. Deep tin pails are preferable fur cream. its they are convenient for tempering it tor churning. If.the cream is too cold it is carity bxotjghf fbr Temperature by setting the pail in hot \va‘cr. stirring continually, until the thermometer indicates GO degrees, or if it is too Warm put the pail in ice water, and cool it to 56 or 58 degree# according to the weather /. u~ J. W. SMITH, HEADQUARTERS FOK DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, GROCERIES, (SCC., (SCC-, <Scc, C3r R E -A. ■TP1 M9. G Parker’* Corner. REAL ESTATE. MR II * 'I;E-D«if»b|e aer. lots n.ljoln mg Albert Lea.    Apply    to 1>. CL PA K KE It. FOH SALE I. *    4 j .. . Several choice lots in Par- key s Addition to Albert Le*. These are laid out large sue, and command some the finest scenery in this section 10    VO' o Apply PARK EK. FOR SALE—The e] township of Albert Lea. 1) swj Unction 32, Apbly to 0. PARKER. F°P *ALrU-Tb< . i - * e 11 - **i *nd St] ne] SCI loft -I,c*f Ifurllltltd township. Apply ,0    J>. o. Vakkeil in w ? ; ! r    h,ln'lr<-'1 sixty acres rn Walnut Lake township, Farihat.lt county. Ayply to    JA    I*.    KUIK    KH. LUKSAf.K- — Mighty „cres within mile of Jackson, in Jackson county. V. G. PARKER. ply to FOR SALE.-Om one Ap- BARGAINS IN a % An Iv,st. : ^ *, f* cm ann has taken out a pi foil! fttr si rwrbuf) iii'    carpets •lid furniture by a na pf ha bath, which is tis novel as it is said to be successful. A large tank nearly filled with na pf ha is provided, ami in this is placed the sofa overrun with moths, which is taken nut soon after with the little pests coin pletely dead; and, what is more, with any spots, be they from whateverfwose. rumored. I boy -.ire genera by left for half an hour or more. T hey arc fben placed iii the sun. and in a marvelously short time tile naptha is evaporated. hot a trace of an odor being left, while the furniture looks as clean as ii it were Hew. No matter how costly the furniture. it is mu hurt in the least, as Ire quem repetitions are said to have sue cess! til Iv demons! rated. I FLANNELS, #.I7FK DRESS* GOODS, I    Nim AS, SCARFS, Wool-lined Roots & Shoes, FELT SKITS, REAVER OVERCOATS, BV FFA LO OVERCOATS, AND A LL bf.’TDS WISTER fK*>DW, hundred and sixty acres, ne^r Alexandria, Dough,, county This property has about IOO acres of heavy timber; 80 or 4o acres of tine meadow and the rest either prairie or grub land, and the whole very desirable to one who wishes to cultivate a sin ll f.rn anil rely largely upon the marketing of wood and hay. It will be exchanged for o« her property, if desired. Apply to P. CL PARKER. A* J. BALCH, Having rented the fine shop, toftfteHp Used by A. Brown, is now prepared to do all kinds of repairing, particularly it! the line of Wagons, Sleighs, Bobs. etc. $16 per Acre S. It. ROGERS, DK A LUKAN    -|- general merchandise, lmprovedFarm lr. BB.    Skinner sr Mitjrnl , Vol ire h. Wood-work on plows, also painting Done to Order! Everything chimp and on short notice. Give Him a Call. Albert Lea, Minn. HT -One hundred and sixty FOR SA L fiacres in section 17, town HP, ranee *'t iii Winnebago county, Iowa. Apply to* D. BLANKS!! Any of the above time, if desired. will G. PARKER Le sold on tong PERSONAL PROPERTY s ILE—A good second-hand Seeder Will be sold cheap. Apply to D. G. PARKER. We hare now in stork the largest assortment of Legal Blanks which can be found in any cofiflfry office 1ft the State. 'Almost everything in general use for Towns, Schools, Officers. Lawyers, or Conveyancers, can be found at TBH Ntaisaw office, pr inted upon foruis adopted by the best attorney*, and approved by the Courts. Read our list: and Manufacturer of Silo OMS. TWIN LAK E Cl TV #    -    Minn I*. 0. Address, Nunda For Stile, IF YOU WAlfT A FAKIH OK lilHli: You should buy of tho ATCHINSON, TOPEKA, AND SANTA FE R. R. CO. FOB THE FOLLOWING I.EA.SONS: tat—It in a new outer] ri*e, fitly bear (kins in the tensed “ The M int.” odertBn the bentlet). port u mn** of    location stable to any or atock-rsueinf. ii' »i,    P c-ntral, aitis,* the axth nar- i « I ^*VortMA latitude of America, eqnitlir ouai-b-'I **» Com, Wheat, Fruit**, an't uoi*on Free rronii the long, cold wino r* of the North, <tn-» tin 5s    ifitlQPUcffi of the South. aa-j-The climate kl mild, being I* the latitude >A southern Kentucky and Virginia, and the fertility of the aoli Im »urh that «itll ordinary industry the purchaser ran jwiy fi r his fansi and impr vcments from the product* of the lam! before the bo-f i.av* mr ut b«*r«»rijc* 1 ♦tb-You 8re hot corol elled to    I, A wiUtrnoma, hut int.! a country HettUng rapidly, where you Mill And immediately «.*„» Society, good news. g«s*d chiireues.and good uiarkel», «ri(b g^nl scIuM>in and free .-ducatIon for your children. 5th—I he price* of tb#* (anda are verv low mn from fa tuft per a. re ,.6thJTTb*-    ar" Mdd a Heres I redli, with tntfffM at e» *. *1 1 -r cont UUttaTt^A    fh* Istve*t ta dr of cli* j . I    *’    »    tf    the    Cotton wood and Arkansas river** Kill—The roa<! is completed to Pueblo th I- h»do connecting with th- lh , ky Mountain’ ay>tem of n»ilrr*adst arid opening a | rustable weetenl market for the products .,f the Arkarn** Vail# , ^b-qood^Ttl, ahqudanre 4 J *r. watei, a mild • M remarkable healthy climate, with low ort.e„ and eleven year*.’tim*-, ii ake up a n.tai <i nil rh »* meuts greater than is «»fl, Jed -1 vs - . f< tu, „ (> continent of America IFor circulars ca iit^iaing fil l des. Hi t n u! pruwts of th. lauds, with particular, of termH lo gM^aaera Kxph.nng tickets, ret a*. (ill fare aud (reights, addreaa    >    JoHXfON, Ar’b«tf I and c rn n:isH.Her, F MOI ST' 1' * *• F- 1S* ,£- 4 'o T* j-eka. K^i.-a» #-VSu *    wr    WHITE, •sen! Huj*t    T4„. ? . . T J A Nil J! UMI .N,    ML    s Kin ii NT?^ Fine farm of IGO acres ; lot) acres now ; I lowed ready for crop • trim* men'ton .-; living spring*. «* r,a It-ti cc ftrhuhd Hie : em ire lurKi. Good bouse, ttfffbie!* Ne-1 Post-office Mtrntte lite road, Milo tinily’mniL I .School house DK.) yjirds fidbt th**’.J Ailiert Lea in lull view, 'Z\ rrrif*'tit I wlwie everything that lot’ sale, esrtpf WEDGE Si ll I BRS, Agent#, ' w    Albeit    Lea, ASitifl, March 22, JS7‘>.    lj HURRA 1 44 TMK MAKIN S OF THE mr. f sum, art clin wish is Nsw Hail Road, I sn rteB.W* rm-KT-iwto * rn. Sofa; I ounfy of Freeborn, se. Pro- 11211,21*'’    A * |87#- la h« ht«lier Of the proof .od prob.tr of the j «»»♦ will and testament of Ira Hughes, deceased, late of the eouhty of Freeborn. , ”h^ce'»*. an instrument in writing, feted I in 'f1* J^70’ PurPor!*ng to be the last !    ! ®n;1 testament of Ira Hughes. J*, £2Ttl 1 *e rTf'hfiOUttl^ of f’reeborn, has j been filet] in til- -Ifiee ; am] whereas aD. plicafion has tm*I marje by Albert C Wm%e pfsylttgrHsi the some be proven md admit!*! to pf-bate. cording f» ,h-aws of this Stats. Tl,Eu>f..ro ...» i American and Foreign I3 ate n t GI LM WRE a ny man. Hosnicr A *1 IS . • (hip. (last CO8!% lo town. sucee-soi.* t* . PMicitors. Patent** prof*red in all countries. AO FEE: o chai ir»* unless < ti ADVANCE. No charge un i* grant ad. No fees for ti. ak if ary examinations, fto addltim obtaining and conducting a reb ti recent decision of the Poi rsug- Vears’ III! ( Geol l’si*n Agt limy lieu! I relish: Agt TRV DODBIN’S ELECTRIC SOA! TriE Rev. Dr Webb,of the Shaw Hint ( *uiLrn*<rarional church, Huston. t-»l«l his c irl’relation last Sunday morn-in- dpit •'* Few weeks a^ro a man came to his ii*mr during a severe rain storm, disguised, and placed iii his hands a p.'fuV'jge which he found to contain two anonymous letters, one addressed to himself expressing great sorrow and contrition, and requestin': him to for-Waid tin* other to its destination. The latter was addressed to the Commission er of Internal Revenue, at Washington. ami contained 6400, bein*: the prlac p*l and interest of a sum of vt Mc Pi the government had been defrauded. SAVES TIME, SAVES LABOR. FOR SA Enrolling coiler. ply to -A light Preiking-lMow ; Bill be sold cheap. Ap-D, O. PARKER. FOR SALK—Life Scholars^ i','< I Ct the Aa-tiwnl f fiirsgo Business College; one of the best in the I nited States. \\ ill be sold at a discotmf, and on time, if desired. Ap-PV t0    D.    U.    PARKER. DR- JAMES. TOWN BLANKE. FOR SALK — On time to suit A fine the purchaser. Apply to D (i. PARKER. new Parlor Organ. re Ii POR SALE ply to A new Parker 0****.    .\j> D. Ii. PARKER. SAVES MONEY. FOR SALE—A gor I Plow. Applv ti D. O. PAR KEIL A new Sewing Machine, U**t    Manufacturer'* TRV OUR TEA at 50 cents FOR SALE W ?•« I ft me. Apptf ter FOK SALE.— price, n ml on ti. {}. PARKER. Fence poet». I). (I Apply PARKER. In tin! old st a ire conch limes, an Irishman was fravtding in New Kul:-Arrivinj; late in the town where land. they were to bp end the nipht, Hat dis covered, to his dismay, that his onl^ chance for sleep was to Fbants llte couch cl a colored brother. The nsrlitmi re-pittance of his race made him loth tee accept lite situation, but. bein'; very tired, he submitted with a? good <:race : as possible In the flight some mis ch ie vons boys blackened bis face. In j the morning, some fif eon miles were to be traveled before breakfast. Our Celtic friend was awakened just in time *«» spring into the carriage as it was moving off. Af the slopping place he ! found no convenience fir vr;»?.Lm-.r. ! Stepping up to n gins* |f> artam&e hts hair, he started back with horror, ca- ■ claiming, “ lie j ibers, you’ve w* ke that • dirty nigur, and left me fifteen miles behint : ” FOR 8ALE—Fanning mill, n*arlv tow, cheap. Apply to    D    G    PA    KR    ER. .viin11nf Town ^f^•eflng—?f?fiee of Rondji—Official Oath of Office Notice of Election J Notice of Apptrintrncttf Notice of Ac’Ct'pfnfirr Notice of (Jualificatloft Recor*! Rook*. Koa<!—Land Tax Warrants Load—j»„u Jaj Warrants Road—Xrrttcg t0 w,*r* | Ro*.}—Overseer * List I Road—Overseer’s Annual Report Road—Petition for New Road—Petition for (Bering Load—Petition tor Vacating Road—Notice of Hearing I Rea*l—Order for Laying Out | Roa<t—AHgeasment of Damages Load—Release of Damages ; Load Appeal to » ouimisaioncrs K orig fra,* tam .md Ace* ptanee. Sactiooal fTats " ar rants of Appoint merit. LOCK HOSPITAL, Cor. i Hx>kL' n forms. It te wen ai city DR. J AM BJS profession for the p *t 21 ve abashi.xgton fiTktlTS, CRU IGO, ILL. ^ Chart* r**< bt the State tot the purpose of L’J'ici the ha-st poea.o!# treat-w*ntin all ca-tf of Pa; v a TS ar*4 UU Kus ic lii-efi-?. s lo ail their \ ar!•.«] and comgtHifod movt pt^soij- the id si the hf sd of th# s. Age and experf- ALL rejected applications rn r a8cs before the Patent Offi b# fore ‘ onpre**, Infringes different .Stales, un<l all dr; tain lag to Invfnti stamp to Gilman sixty pages. LANO CASES. UNO ANO SCRIP. •>nte**ad Lan«! f».*. the ll S. Offers} Land «tff menf of the I uteri MINING aud PHI HOMESTEAD Ca Scrip in 40. bo, sale. This Scrip located in the nam any Government Ii try at $1.25 per a* with Bounty Lend t » t» ii•**•.»*» ,4 j i. i tion. ARREARS OF Officers. Sold ic war, or their hei titled to money which they have history of service ani bounty re* GILMORE A ( examination, ar ii IN re patent ’2 prelitnia- toai fees fcr earing. By i titis-ioner. 1000 hands .w .    ..    Therefore,    it    is    ordered ** nemrd b^fae, rilft *    ^    w    Hffice,    in    the    village    of    Ab bert Lea, iff jiid county, oh the I Uh day A. IWN, al DI    x    J bTliven In 1r,n*‘f °r,lered- ,ha    shall t J f. person* la!treat4*1 in »aid win, pf fit nine nm pig*,, ^ by putftegflHff H, ih9 Fr^Wn < Standifd; a conn Mn,. Mtpmfittp,)n,r,l in fy. f*»r *hrec wctewhe weeks, once each •etth; Priof f9HHfiBw of such hear. *9    (Bt    Doh    rf    * 12*4 DD TGI urn.ill WON, Judge of Probate. v be i evivcd. t, Extensions iiient <"its iu gafion apper-Patcnts. Send WITH SPAM* arA It HEE ERA brows die ieI District grim Olson lf fj of ll VVI" '    enth    Ju- N«IM    J,    Tor. T (HI :t Of WARRANTS, ,“z ;n,r k«?i (i)rt,ii.r nn,i ,,it.v jy‘-!'" '"‘■"■yi. bntate, Wr," •Zrti.U’t'T'-h1 I Caum* a . j7 % lateof said ri med I md Dc \ Private Land Claims EM Pl ION Claim*, and t*s attended to. Land md D O acre pieces for assignable, and can be Beady foe I    a    * — Mitchell County deceased, defendant*. The S» Iowa, ate ai Miff? >f •I sub pun ct t> baser upon private co it t id "tamp Instruc- : R. I. SKINNER sea. Have just received their tall atomic of Mer- ** Hansen, and lf»wmm u.— chandise. (not by this ne* Railroad, however! and are selling eHry tMfgtery low. Call and canip>are prices and qualify With any ytlfe t**ti *9 ^o^n. PAY s, alit AND BOUNTY. .1 cases en jrnmc*nt of Write full unt of pay VUr.n I f ° Mar«( Rtrtfand, alias Urea JoLbmb, and to each and ever* of hem : \om are jlerrl> summoned and’rf rn *b-    *•    sr«: brilril.Vr" St "** of k . I    lh.**    1    ourt*    ■<    Irs    offioo in \T ber Lea, m sa,d Coo aly, ana    ‘ i lit; rvr "n :hr its .    •    10 ,h* ''oun't »f lion,to#. \ J ' ,    V>-    -f-r    tl.e    ..r.,e.    K...1 of, exclusive of The day I arorooaid, the pUiBttffa w«]I lo (h| f*i! reyl/, free. after PENSIONS. »aeh oervr»e|r compflainr as A D l^; d thl> Mh **r of ttocmbor, ence ittall imp*>rtsnt iii th-* successful trea:n,< i.i of    in    aU    forru».    GonorriiM.    gleet,    etrie- tare, can poaiUyely be eared iu the shortest [ero sible time. Seminal rn akncsa, eu.i-.-ioo- of •emen at    called    by    self    .Snse which duee *--------- • n pre pimples on thafa e, alto can be cuff‘9 Wf ta*    hr.owu/-mc4v in tie a :>r.d. A book for the mill n. Si    “ . „    .   if flhrrfr*, *v*l» u* L°a 4tl abo*t lh< “e A<*e». marriage, love. ana the ir con sequence*: free in ofJ:< e, or IO ceste *° pro pay po-ta-e. Ladies requiring the moat d. Heate attention, beme and b< ard. mar caM or • Ail bu.in,., .irtolr coafldcntuL Db! JA XEa tias 3u rooma and par’ora. Im caliine vou see no one but the doctoe. orr.t*; b< >rs: JA Y ttntll 7 P. M. S*rsnd*v*, JO to 13. C — alwaxa race ami invited. CalJ or Write- ' All Officersddieri L an i >»ilors wound-cd, rupture-1r inji jreil in the late war.how evrr ibi,^ii addressing fi J ! »y, IL* 10 V. r. ob';iin a pension bv & Cfi.Cases pros* fore the Sn ecu ted I y Gilmore A Co. bepre me < en rt of the UnitedElates, the Co urt of Cl ain;-, and the South-em ( laims Cc Ii. ll ll-SIO! Litij depar t HH ‘til of * ur business is con-ducted in a se jaiuoas, ender *'^sreetof the ,-ari.fe ei by tLe old fin tpe ri# v < Br on rd paifiey emplMved pl attention to’a1!business entrt istle •i lo GILMORE & co. istLiii tecured. Wi i* re to w .Ii sucre** KvA FRE8II STOCK OF St* T J. WIDVRY Atfor*** . _ _ _   administrators    sale. T FL O TTT, 15L8PBA«,'4>4“^'"“Mi..#. PICKLED SALMON. SMOKED HALIBUT WHITE-FISH, MACKEREL, CODFISH, HERRING, AND BOXED-S A RDI NKS, JUST ARRIVED. ... ,n?’ C"Un,r "f f r'r*>«*"■ to .i. rn..- ZZ**"'?:'? f oab"‘- 8*- ALSO A FRESH STOCK OF .on rv.ng it. Ai. GILMORE LARD IN TIIREE-rorSHO BOXES. FOR SA LE—Hardy fruit trees—choice variety. App(y to D (J PARKER. A Do Agent for WILSON IMPROVED Fop, A A LF" Owe*] Excel *i*r reaper and | mower, very cherty. Apply f" I). G. PARKER. CON VE YA NOE RS’ BLANKS. (.R1IIUI (HUMM GEO. WOODS & CO.’S PAEilob organs, GINGER - SNAPS. CREAM CRACKERS, KODA CRACKERS. PH' NIC, AND MILK (RACKERS, VT SEWING MACHINE! I FOR SALE ply to -A good Drag, cheap. Ap- -new style, very desirable. D. <1. PARKER. JLumbrr Yarft. CENTS tixHiid writ* far r'"-i,:j4T* for n*w boo!* by Jinn Kliza B2:3HAM’S T J WHX I o u ng C. L. COLEMAN'S LURIBER > rr*»dMOTTU of th* vent. fclfH* man Mimeera of th* y*»r. 30th tWsad I* prrt* Ku.l ' " Mormonism Polyr^amy. * Wo* • Story Im fan. latrodmrt >ni bv John S. tory ><t Mi by John B. Irs. Livermore. £n*a **», «;;b n**^ tl*b*rt*a». Po ort •ne-*** with »bt book ut* ! *'■« ha** C-rr vr*. tacwin* W-ge ami*- <»n! <-*+ to *L DWtuuculiiuu* a. co..cruca~3.ui. BJ "I Q « «(«> at home. Ax-viith * rn A *■«. »H,t *t ,v W I C tenu> THUL ^ tM>., Augusta, We. Farm I.ea*e Bills of Sale Bon«l* for l>ee«ls Deed-—Warranty Dee*!*—tjtdt t’lalm I^ud Cont tact a    , Leases Mortgages Mortgages—with special covenants Mortgage*— f battel Mur I gages—Chattel. « uh *pecial covenants Mortgages—Assign moats of Mortgages—Sati-factiou of Mortgages—Satisfaction of Chattel Mortgages—Notice of ForerD-erc Mortgages—Sheriffs Cert. of Foreclosure Power of Attorney DISTRICT COURT BLANKS. YARDS, A WEEK guaranteed to Male ami Female Agent**, in their locality. «w*t.- NO'] HING to try it. Particular* true. P O. VICKERY k O.. Augusta, Mc. AT $77 THE TAHITE OO., SfEOffMfcURG. PA., I Ktiicry \\ Ltfcis aud Maetiiuerv. Ax oxeelUrif wie.tne- ti*    bar- f!ws, and indeed tiff trntfs of fijnfiier trappings, from the injtiri*»us effects of tin* ammonia of*stables is sa d to be, to add a little glycerine to the grease ordi •artly employed. I ALBERT LEA ANO ALDEN. Every description of >SY(’H* >M ANfV, OR SOUL (Ii MIMING.’ How either **ex may fareduate and gam the brere ami affectum* >if any j ereon they ch* <'*e,hi-•tautljr. Hue einivle iiieutal ac*|Uiretu«-ut ell emu j*..h>4»PH, fre*«* by mail. for 2-'> e< ut* ; together With a marriage Hnide, Egyptian ora* I *, Dream*, ILutrt t«> ladi*-^. A queer b*M’k. I ta),OOO k..Id. Addre*-* I - M ILLI AM Jt Ct*— MrWndH-n*. Phlladt Is him. leu I* ll EQU ENT cultivation atnl st i r r t ti it of the soil in dry weather, presenting thus more points of attraction to the **'r ^*-v af ^ 'ni<*- Ha rn ides worth #1 hPv/b W>WW tree. Ktinmin A Co., l'nrtUud, Nt*-. PINE LIMBER, Pl WHI SSING’S »fmt*fphrrar ami heavier    *»f    i lip*. ‘A ihr bes? remedy for the effects of drought, while deep plowing is its best preventive. INCLUDING WINE ____ I elchra'ed for It* Pnri«r, Strength SteI Flurnr W arraurr,| to Keep Plekle*! awl #?1_\ VV The London Horse Hook says:    All horses must not be ted nit tLw suable proportion, without regard to ages, their constitution, and their work ; Wcuraev the impropriety of such a prac-fwrp- is self evident Tot it is constantly th •ne. and is the basis of disease of every kind. FENCING, FLOORING, DIMENSION? BOARDS* CLEAR LUMBER, Onaanbarance. with which Jtot Vfntnor laa inlte^tld teSStobMSEW MW vi!!!Srw!jl?to/S w-iTa&Kiar-k FARMERS TAKE NOTICE ! Sonic one says : The great objection to smart children is that whet. they commence having whiskers, they leave I oil having bruins. Boys that are p-hi-1*gopher* at six years of age. are generally blockheads at twenty.one By forcing children, you get so much into their heads thai they become ^cracked in order to hold it. .siDiver, stmt?lr*, lath, woks SASH, S rf KETT NG PAPER, PICKETS, &C., Tfir flu*-Arv«- Br*n<l-Cn*f Srprfcr naif f’flrl* j tlviiflp, matiufa ct aped by I* I* Haxt A Co., of ■ Rpt ingfirld ohio, is* much *U]*-rior ti* «nv other ; *e4-dcr in the market. Sec a Buckone Seeder t*r ; get information almut one, and you will have nu **ther. For circular, Ac., addreos s L Sh ei.ik>s (it-nereii Agent, Madteon, w’ii 5 !i-> o SK.\ IS (’onstantfy onr Aantf, and fryf tmh at tile Lim est Marmet Price The 'Jonimissioners of tho Centennial 4* assiime ’ that <d() head of cattle will cover all desirable entries, and apportion the stalls upon that basis—270 to Short horns, 140 to Channel Island, 70 t*» I) .vons. 70 Holsteins 70 A yr sh i res. and 70 to other pure breeds, draught ;wq*SErt e ittle to be admitted irrespective of breetl. Timber ?(tVR FRAM RS, AC- A preacher, who* U-yl ,ot>e« ’bren a pri'iter, thus coticla«led si set mon :— 4*Youth iii.iy Inc oomparetl to a comma, manhood to ti semicolon ; and old age to a colon : to which death nuts a po rind.” Mr. Marrowf.it threw out st Ame I thought at the (able last evening. Ile rcnia rkctl th at a man with much lion- J t*s*y ah*nit him in these days must feel a I'» *d deal lkc tying it up iii a rag for safety. Duo of the colored residents of Detroit was asketl the other day why he del u* >t ut trod the poultry show. A pleasant smile crossed his lace as the won! ‘poultry was spoken, but died away in a moment as the stern reality c*»ii(iontcd him. ‘ Here’s heaps o’ chickens d re, hain’t dey.” An’ you want me to go dar and stand around aud gar.' on dose chickens which can t convt-iii* tidy come out of dose cages, do No. .-ah. I knavrsjfifi how I’d 1 FT LL ED TO ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE W, H. PLACE, AiJK.VT,    Lea rots to GEO, P. Ri WELL k VO., N* w York for Pamphlet «*f HK) page*, Cont a ming lists **f 3, OSS HewHp«per*», aud estimatf-B bhowiugcoat ot advor-tisiuf'. ! Affi<l.-ivits—Service of Summon* Affi<lavit*—No luNwfr AlffiJavil* f*f DiJtbutscments Appeal—No*we of Appt a1—Affidare •rn Appeal—Bon*l iu Attnc-hiiiriit—Affidavit for AI tach meat—Bomi in Attaelimeut — VN til ct J B(*n«ls for IlcftfifntloB Complaint on Note Complaint on Note by Banners Complaint on Two Note* by Banners Costs—Notice of Thxafinn Costs—Undertaking for Execution Garnishee—Summons and Not ira Garnishment—Affidavit for Judgments Judgments—tpfaiYmf L*»d Tit I a Lis Pendens Notice of Appearance Notice of Trial Order of I efcrenoe Replevin—Affidavits for Replevin—Bond,* in Replevin—Writs of Replevin—Complaint in Summons—Coin plaint Served Summons—Complaint not Served Subpoenas Verification by Barfy Verification hy .ltf-vr«*ey JUSTICE COURT BEANES. ANDERSON & CHRISTOPHERSON'! 1.1.. ,n *’ur?fto“-<' of sn ffr-lrr 8 license rn,.I,    a«, l ml!I rf. s. .aM r H., on lh* SWI, J., of Mnrefc. A*IJ n^r.r^ A .,,^ of * el * I; . J- Ta'**r ,h,-s,1‘ ''•* of April, A. I). I*,,,, „ u„, 0-rfw.k r m 0 _«|.| .Ut. at the from door of Stare T> rer * law office, fit fffi*-e» !*, ^    .    • county, offer for sale and sell st toil .T21!    ?    W,j<),'r    'Pretor rho lowing lands and premises Iring sod U-in# in said countv *!,    .    ti    i *    : T* T»*.    The    northwest quarter of section number »»***« ■r.rp m.mher one bnndrrd and .... * , of.'»»*r number t.rnly JO, i ™    101. mn** SB.) Tern* c#9b, or at the option of the porch™**. the der ***!*’ V’nUnCe    one xenft 1 he deferred prtw—ot ,»    b, ... ured'hr . mortgsge on I Lf premise* sold I,,,' I March 28th, A. lf. J a;*, ....    J* Ff. GILBERT Admiaivtrater af Ib» estate of Warted (* Gilbert, dec* aved. Stacy A Tyrer, Att > f *•> town-one i 1011 LM 4 s ’TATE OF Freeborn. MINNESOTA, .Count' *f j- • , u. . District Court, Tenth S** dicial District. Jun«l*on J Smith A. ECAJXraON, Merchant Tailor! *£•■« Vtllinn. P. Gould! Kef2d.!,.‘!“"Tfce OSU oI *•*»»*'«>'» (O lh,, lretond.nl shoe.-named Wnare Wvteby eemneened an.f requtrH fo answer the c mplfeif of fil i i!" ti19 Hcrum wbieh ha* ^eerf SUMI in the office «ffhw arri of th,* lervea    *******    4*<>unty.    amit9 rT« * copy of your answ er lo the *aH complaint, on the iuh*cr?^fr at hjs i!he.f”uafJ ^ Mower and Mate aforesaid, wilbiw twenty fe#a afrer the service of this summon* or? yon. excite IL ALBERT LEA, MINX. ! on hand constantly a full ti He cf sis* of (he day of !u-h    ,n,j    if    ^ f"l lo snswer (Le Mid comp!, taint These remarkable ins —__1irnerit» IM Urn Amateur and Pr jfo n never before attained. IST B**actL Krv Z'ljm are rtatj. W4BE*ooi?^o?VyX??®? * co-’ Car.ibridgeport, Mass. THE ?0I HUMANA i' “ " " French $ •-rn— stornsaid, ihe pl. in! UT win ’,'ppto to.be roue. ,'Tf (V, rr|ief demsnded.o said complaint, and t’Cflff* and liaho rn en t a of this notice. Dated February 7th. A. D. T87»**. D B JOH.VfBrN. I laintiff s Attornev, Austin. Mower Vo., Mirror at rse-* lusting !3t7 A U $i to f j worth of the finest iR2 Musi ( r I* per ye lr fleeted music. ne and ’ to rn ber. Ea: LorHoi. e reading matter. r contains frat SEO, WOODS 4 CO.. Pob&isn, C«nbn.^p^ to*.' CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL BAILWAY, IS TGE V volV Hi.jj r KOUTS TO For CHICAGO, NEW VORK, NEW ENGLAND. TUE CANADAS, ANO ALL EASTERN & SOUTHERS POINT? It is,hr only Northwestern Line connecting ha same dejv t m rhvoago. with any . f th* great E^t-f 5*^ “r    Lines,    and    i»    t!*e m<«*t C'Sivenieit** I it fi va.*? ti'h    t«»    r»vhW?    atty    teapot,. H«*tel or Mace of Busine** in that city. Chica«k> Daror:—DarnerCaaaJand West Madi*. n Street*. Jforse ear* and *tage line* f r all j arts wf the city constantly pasciug. Chicago CJty Or kick «l and <53 clark St. tfiiv*riwi Dvpot *re*?r»-r Kesd and S* nth Water Street*. Horse can* anti (mini! n-running regularly therefmm to the prinei* a1 r ain, of the <at>. i rrr Ticket OrncE IOU East Water Stmt corner Wn*ci»ut*in st. Chicag; ;c Si North-Western IUVIIAVAV Taawmwi for On ll do, ( leveltand, Buffa!, cinnati. Pi tsburir. Re Domestic CLOT R(S t THE CHICAGO COURIER, AGO, Vin-, Detroit, Tole-ara Faf!?, Cin ..    ,    bester.    Albany.Tor- Montreal. Quebec, Portland, Boston, phia, Baltimore, Wash-t airo, ?an Francisco Sacramento Ogden, Sa.t I.nke City. Denver, ( oft n Cl I Rlsff.*, ^ioux (’itv. St. Paul Mar quo! to, Escaba. If en asks. Madison t nevf“ New York, Rh Hath incton, 5f. I.r.*>i« Perfect fits guaranteed.    4?tf DOINT’T ~ GO TO TIIMACk HILLS Recent political events strongly indicmtCT a speedy return of the Democratic party (9 in fbe    The    House of    I9    now    h    ^ fV/n m*Jur\tf I ,be ^OTernB'p"t Of mot* fftan one-balf the States is administer*d bt pemoeratf; the party enters upon the r resident tai contest with the brighiejt hopes, and under the moat mUtantia! «*.-couragement. For Sale ! The wonderful revelations of rjese»??fg and corrupt^ or, the pan ot Republic*;* •HW mree burdened the pretN :renne, Omaha. Vxnhfon, Whn.t»„ pn. | luth. Gree* Ray, Milwaukee, and all prints I North, n cst, Sooth, afif Kerf, showH bny s their tickets via Chicago awd the    ( CHICAGO* NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY ONE SBEE S PATENT EARTH AUGER complete J leaders. thr^f years, make it cleat ly the d*ty of rrel’) ma? l° !ikew!n *CtiT* F*rt ia ,he gTMt WMtest of file present year. More tai make wells from 6 to 24 I than at any previous tim.* in the hwtnrv -r ??    '»*«    oor country, a trust wort j daily new™7*!l vOto 90 feet per dr}. A Sure Thing.    I is now necessary to eterv citizen in * Also, County Rights fat *ifle.    [ der that he may int alliant I v    !T. Inquire of W. A. H IGG/NS. VELL. 16tf TNE ENEMY OF DISEASE THE FOE s PAIN to Altin stud IFt*;ist Is the grand old MUSTANG LINIMENT I ^HICH HAS STOOD THE TEST OF FORTT t HER® IS NO SORE IT WILL NOT KEAL. NO LAMENESS IT WILL NOT CURT, NO ACHE, NO PAIN. THAT AFFLICTS THE HUMA N BODY, OA THE BODY OF A HORSE OR OTHER DOMESTIC ANIMAL, THAT DOES NOT YIELD TO ITS MAGIC TOUCH. A BOTTLE-COSTING 25c., 50c., or $1 HAS OFTEN SAVED THE MFE OF A HUMAN BEING, AND RF^TORED TO LIFE AND USEFULNESS MANY A VALU AFL S HORSE llyl J. F. REPPr. AGKXT, yiMl . ♦. t i !-.:h 'y.cJ If you want circulars, It you want handbills, If you want envelopes, It you want business cards, lf you want neat bili-feeads, If you want tasty fetter-heads, It you waul nice vtsjting-cardr, lf you want any kind ot job work, V‘- vt dei S at Jut ? I ax DAKU Office. WHITE STAR LINE. LIVERPOOL & REW YORK MAU STEADERS. RATE* as LOW ashy ANY OTHER MNE The steamer* of this Hue take the Lank route, recommended by Lieut. Maury, U. S. N.,- going south of the Bauk* on the passage to QNfctnwtowu, all the year round. Passenger areoniUMdations for all classes unsurpassed. Apply to A* LAGERGREN, 120 Randolph St. Chicago* A. 7, KRASK I!,    T.    H.    ABMSTRONQ, O. til-LBRAN'PSON, Albert Lea, Minn i*iii 3 Appeal—Notice of Grounds of Appeal—Affidavit for Appeal—Bond in Attachment—JW**4 in Attachment—Affidavit for Attachment—Writ of Constable's sales. Complaint—Selling Liquor. Complaint on Note Complaint on Note—Partner* Complaint on Two Notes—Partner*. Criminal Recognizances on continuance or adjournment. Criminal Recognizances for appear at District Court. Criminal Recognizances—to keep peace. Criminal Recognizance*—Wittiest. Criminal complaints. Executions Garnishee—.Summons and Notice Garnishment—Affidavit far Replevin—Affidavit fvt Repleviflr—Dwml in Replevin—Writs 04 Summons Subpoenas Warrants Justice dockets, THE ONLY THROUGH UNK BETWEEN M (NEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL. MILWAUKEE ANO Clii(*»^o, MISCELLANEOUS BLANKS. Bonds for general use. Notarial Protests Promissory Notes—Several kinds Receipts Drafts, Bank Chee*# Totrn Orderr, School District Orders Teachers’ Contracts, Ac., &c, School District Bonds* Good JAPAN TEA at 40 cts per pound it    ll,    M    SKINNER    I    CO'J All blanks in the abote list will be furnished at St. Tanl rates, or as ch»ap asany other establishment will offer. Any blank not enumerated wrill be print on tic choric*! notice when dctiitd. THROUGH PALACE SLEEPING CARS AND DAY COACHES South ( lose connections are also made with the I I mon Pacific It It at ’    -    - X' itll all the bfFt modern hoi tov* mrnt* for *afety *w4 »•«*fi.,*?, *1,a steel Ran Track, heavy Ora^i ballast aud tree from du>t. IV est points. Clo at junction points w ith trains of all roads. A. V lf. CARPENTER, General RasM-uger aud Ticket Agent. Milwaukee. S. S. MERRILL, J NO. C. GAULT. Geu’l Manager.    AkhT    Gen'I    Manager. :NTRALffylLeC/i4> J, B.URINXE1.I. DmJnr, Ihrough Line North & South! f smoking nn-i foxing era. a, J- i I YI ,r h mf aa O „ 4*„ 1 .    4 •    1 >    * In connection with the Chieago, Milwaukee and St. Paul, and St. Louis, Kansas City, and Northern Railway*, to all points in 11123 to,1"*3'    diKb.ru,    bi* CH,t;*0» Ko**,*# Uooaica is * consistent Domx,,..;______ PULLMAN PALACE CARS. These celebrated cars are run on all i U'6r, . t1**na ou the lines of this road. J lins is the oniy line running these cars between Chicago and St. Baul or Chicago I and Milwaukee. At Omaha our Sleepers connect with the Overland .Sleepers on the J Union Pacific Railroad* for all points west j ot I he .Missouri river. Among the JNBtCEMM*?# OFFERED this route far the traveling public are all I PRIyff* modern improvements: Rock aud gray- I al5 a1 lasted track, steel rail. rAi>t u,>.i ;-..» 3 E * G <*2 p-Z.2 “ ; e hballasted track, steel rail, rock ancfiron I 5> cl dges, parlor an<l drawing room d * a.* sr ■■ x~r ys2“*    - r. * r » =• - CE\TR\L IOWA AXD HIX ATMA, PASSENGERS for St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth,St. Louis, Kansaa City, Sr. Joe, ane] all points North* Eolith, and South inghon*, S„fe.y KitDrakw. MHIcr’s Pa,. [ em Satelv Coupling ami Platforms, Speed i *T[’j j Safety, and absolute comfort.    *    f    ^-5    l=? RUNNING THROUGH FIVE GREAT STATES, and operating over 2,GOO miles of road. this company presents to the traveler facilities that ARE NOT nad CANNOT be offered by any competitor. All ticket agents can sell you tickets via this route, lf you wish the best traveling west, should purchase tickets via. this *ecur,!m'M*'*,‘0l'8» F011 " ill buy your tickets route. DIRECT CONNECTION WITH EAST and WEST ROADS for Chicago, Rock Island, Burlington, Omaha, Council Bluffs, and atli points East and West, unequaled by any other route TWO PASSENGER TRAINS Daily each way, fully equipped for the ! comfort and safety of the trailing public. COOR TICKETS UPON THIS *. DIVERSIIS LINES ! On Sale at ull Principal Station*. « by this rttsfe, ami wilt take no other 1 MARTIN HUGHITT, General Superintendent. y. M STINN (TTT, UJ I    General    Passenger    Agent. fella 55?S ill1 fur Si 2 a-ie HS IM a *2; y * S 3^ Sir? *s | I -    o. ■UsSiiil consistent Democratic newg-paper. It will be devoted to the work of !\ r®8*!'"8 ,h« ”a“on from the I party that bas debauched its service #u--9 aved ifs liberties, and squandered it# , Jrwure it will advocate a speedy r*. nrw to specie payments, but belie res''th*! I Ibis result should be brought about by economical management of the government j and not by arbitrary enactment. It believes in greenbacks at par, and the same r’Tri7r f°5 f^c rick an’1 l,ie poor. ft ,iQ,e’Free Triuie’ *nt| ifeSJTJ,,fc,.,H Cardi,,al Frinci^ pies of the Democratic party The Courier bas encashed a w blower od reputation as a first-class newspaper The ,M«n»gam«t is to make it alt that the public in these butling day* can desire namely-, complete nen%*>;f -l«rLtaCM-fJ J400"® *0 mo*!ern jotiriialisnv !° in9Ure *I,e    pre- all J? to 1InP«rtant intelligence from ? sffl parts ref,he woald, while the utmost CW re will be exercised to glean oirty „9eh ae is worth printing. In short, The Couri.r will give all the news as promptly as aor . vlber paper, awd condensed into a more tractive and reafeblc for* than the blanks et sheets. Terms Mail subscriptions, postage free fanST aDnUIn, °r ^*Ct8 Ptt »*i: HOWE 8 SEWING MACHINES at R. B. SKINNER A CO B. [ To avoid inconvenience of lay otcr and slow time, see that your tickets read via. this line, and accept no other. A RI SS ELL. Gen*!. Bu -g>. ic Ticket \ *' t $275.00 Parlor Organ easily earned by a lady in TWO WEEKS! THE WEEKLY COURIER has a large circulation in every Wester* State and territory It ie tmraim to make the Weekly Courier the bear family paper in the West, and we shall continue lo give its columns a large amount of miscellaneous reading matter, such aa stories, lairs poems, scientific intelligence, ami agrienll to»4. ■■tornrt.tion, tor nhiH «* .7, able to make room in our daily edition R I ANDS    ,lt)?r,e'»«    i* A I ^ * np ©I ifs prominent features. The fashion. are also regularly reported in its cob** m, an i so are the markets of rtery Lind. Terms—$ I ffi p*, yesir S pecan rn copies fn e. Address THE CHICAODCGI’RIEB., 12 » Fifth Avenue, Chicago, Canvassers wanted, male or female. Send ten cents for sample Magazine and full particulars. Address ZEB CRUMMETT KAGARISE, M ashinetJ.ii New Jtrg«\ S. M. R, These valuable lands which remain unsold, in Freeborn County, are still offered at low prices, and on easy terms. Now >J* tub Ttwr to Sbcw** Thew. Enquire cf the undersigned, to whom also all moneys dne (be Trustees ou Land Mortgages should be paid. No extensions of payments where luxes are not paid. It. CONANT, Agt of Trustees, SOwff    l,a Crosse, W"i§. December 15. 1875 III r^fi)R SALE—Life Scholarship in Madison Business Colic*:a. A for tbs former resident of Freeborn county is one of the the propriel ors of this inst it ut i< a. The seholaiship w ill W sold on favorable terms. M’B,b ««    I.    BOTS    FORD.

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