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Freeborn County Standard, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1877, Albert Lea, Minnesota D. R. P. Hums. H. D. BROWN CO.'S ALBEET LEA, MINNESOTA A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. H, D. BROWN CO. BANKERS, lit Hat. Bonk. Austin, let Nut. Bank, St. Paul. 8d Mat. Bauk. Chicago. 4th Nat. Bank, Now York TUB FREEBIM mm ML II. AR.MSTKONU, naukcr. ALBERT LEA, MINN. Boots and Shoes. TILTON Have just opened a neiv Boot Shoe Shop. WILL CONSTANTLY KEEP ON HAND A FULL LINE OF O -ct et -t o :m. Goods, all of which will be sold cheap. LADIES' AND GENTS' FINE GOODS A SPECIALTY. GOOD FITS GUAR- ANTED, AND ALL WORK Repairing done on ahort notice, and everything according to contract. GIVE THEM A CALL. ZSroadway. ono door north of tho Webber b, Albert Leu Minn, Boot Shoe Store. O. IT. 3V. rSfols-ioii. Have just received and will -keep in stock largest assortment of Boots Shoes of all kinds To be found in town. CUSTOM HADE Four or five workmen will be constantly orders for New Goods or for Repairs will bo filled, cheap aud on (he (shortest notice. Broadway west aide, Albert. Lea, Minu. 8tf GIVE THEM A CALL. Maker and Repairer of Boots Shoes. Shop on Clark street, north and oppo- site of WeJge 5t Spicer's Di'iig store. PIRST-CLASS WORKMEN arc employed. Repairing done to order, cheap on short notice. him ,1 call. Albert Len., TVIinn. J. A. ANDERSON. CORNER CLARK AND NEWTON STS Albert Lea, Min NICE LINE OF DRY GOODS! ARRIVING, AND MORE ON THE WAV see our LADIES' CASS1MERES, all colors. FRESH STOCK OF GROCERIES! JUST RECEIVED. Hoasted Rio Coffee J GERMAN MUSTARD by the TINT, QUART, or GALLON. As I have stopped the credit business can sell (it the LOWEST possible figures, and do not hnvo to put on an EXTRA price for bad debts. J. A. ANDERSON. YOTJITG Baylies Orcat Commercial College, Keokuk, Iowa, on the Mississippi. Nine- teenth Year About sixty dollars pay all expenses for Membership, Roard, and Stationery. Bookkeepers, Penmen, Re- porters, Operators, Architects, Surveyors, and Teachers thoroughly fitted. Railroad fare reduced. Good Situations. No vaca- tion? Good boarding clubs, and family board. Don't fail to address Prof. Miller, Keokuk, Iowa. 9t52 PATE N T S F. A. Lebmann, Solicitor of American and Foreign Talents, "Washington, D. C. Att business connected with Patents, whether before the 1'atent Office or the Courta. promptly attended to.N unless a patent ia or a circular. VOLUME 17. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA, t) AY, AUGUST 16, 1877. NUMBEB 33 Physicians, B. MULL, ffl. Q., PHYSICIAN SHELL ROGK, MINN, Office at tho Shell Rook Hotel. TEREGJA ANDERSON, FASlHOABLECLOAKsDRESS-MARER M. M. DODGE, BS. D., omco aud Residence up Stairs over the Post Office. ALBERT LEA, MINN. X> C ICoAVlana TML, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON TWIN LAKE Cl'tY, .MINN., Will treat all diseases to which mankind is subject, to the best of his ability. Rowland has made a specialty of diseases of Women and Children, and chronic diseases of long standing. 13y long experience and strict attention to his profession, heis con- fidant of treating all curable disensos with success. Obstetrical cases irented with care and success. Consultionat free, lo DR. A. H. ST11EET, OFFICE, OVER THE DRUG STORE, South of Post Office, Albert Lea, Minnesota. 33 Office over AVedge Wulfaborg's store, roadn'iiv, Albert Lea. We dp Spicor-s Drug Store, ALBERT LEA, Minn. Well Trimmed FOR AT ,MHS. JOHN STAGE'S Juir S5, 167J. AYE CLAIM FOE THE IMPROVED WHITNEY SEWING MILLINERY GOODS! LATEST STYLES Flour Feed JOHN 8GHAFER, DEALER, IN FLOUIi, FEED, BRAX, OATS, CORN, OAT-MEAL, At Lowest Market Price. Clurk Street, near corner of Broad- way, Albert Lea, Minn. CASH PAID FOR CORN AND OATS 7 G, T. GARDNER Having lately purchased the stock of drugs belonging to JOHN WOOD, and adding largely thereto, proposes to conduct one of BEST DRUG STORES I in llie county, and will keep everything, not only in iliis line but also a full assort- ment of Wall Papur, Paints, Oils, Toilet Soups, Ihuslics, and Notions generally. Paints and Oils a specially, lie bas on hand now one of the largest stocks of Wall Paper ever kept in the county. Mr, Gardner is a thoroughly educated druggist, and compounds every prescrip- tion with the utmost care. Give him a call. Second flooi- .south of Post office, ALBERT LEA, MINN. MRS, C, S. WARREN keeps a large Stock of NO- T FANCY GOODS of all kinds, which cannot fail to please EVERYBODY. CALL AND EXAMINE I! HER STOCK. A' JLanel K. O. STAor. A. M. Tram. STACY TYRER, ttorneys at Notaries Public, Real Estate and Collecting Agents. COXNEYANCING all kinds adcurately done, acknowledge ments taken oaths administered, Taxes paid, Tilles investigated, Lands bought and sold. Particular attention paid to collection. Corner Clark and Newton Sts., Albert Lea The following specific points of authority Simplicity in Construction. Light Running. Running. NOISELESS all Varieties of Work. of Finish nnd Workmanship. REDUCTION IN PRICE. Machines sent on trial before payment is required; written guarantee to keep machines in order for five years given with each machine. pay old. prices? For sale by NELS O. STYVE, Albert Lea, Miun. HEIUFF'S rirtue of an ex- i-J issued out of the District Court for the Tenth Judicial District, in the county of f reeborn and State of Minnesota, upon a judgment issued and docketed in eaid Cour.t on the 29th day of December, A. 187G. in a certain action wherein Orin. F. South wick was plaintiff, and Kichard W. Trenwith was defendant, in favor of said plaintiff and against said defendant, for the Burn of two hundred and twenty-sis dollars and twenty cents, I hayo on the day of June, A. 1877, levied upon all the right, title, and interest'of the said defendant Richard W. Trenwith, to the following described land, to-wit: the east half of the northeast quarter of section eighteen, township ono hundred and three, range tweuty-tliree west of the 5th principal meridian, in the county of Fresborn, Minnesota, nnd will sell the same or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution and costs, at the front door of the court house in the Tillage of Albert Lea, in the county and State aforesaid, on Saturday, tho 12th day of August, A. D. Id77, at one o'clock p. M., of that day. Dated June 20th, A. B. 1877. T. J. SriEEriAN, Sheriff, Frefborn County, Minn. M. W. Greene, Attorney for Plaintiff. 26t7 AND ONLY Lincoln MSrothers. CORN PEAGHES, SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Burliugtou, Cedar Rapids Minnesota Railway. 2PASSEKOER THAINS E.VCH WAY DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY) On imd after Juno 1877, I'aimcnger Trains on this lino will ruu followa a. in. le 8 20 p m le p m ar 7 10 ST. Louis. 8 20 p m ar I 8 20 p m le 7 20 9 20 10 07 10 28 12 45 2 02 3 37 4 10 7 40 S 20 a ru ar 0 4Q p m ar a m le a m ar 8 10 Burlington 10 10 10 10 Columbus June 8 10 1055 11 16 1 30 2 35 4 00 4 20 Nicliols West Liberty Cedar Rapids Viulon Waterloo Cedar Falls 7 So 20 5 50 4 H 2 40 2 20 p m ar Nora June a ui le Plymouth Si Paul Minneapolis p ru n r 11 25 9 20 8 35 8 20 6 4-0 5 20 4 00 3 45 1 20 1 00 p m le 5 00 5 10 a m le PACIFIC DIVISION ACCOMMODATION. A. LOVELY. H. FAZIKCK LOVELY PARKER, Office in Hewitt's Block, up stairs. 1st door. ALBERT LEA, _ JIIN HEMAU BLACEMEE, jc, A. iv r> ALBERT LEA, it, xa MINN. ALBERT LEA EON FOTODEY JOHN ANDERSON, A.T AND NOTAKY PUIiTJC Office over Wedge Spicer's Drug Store, ALBERT LEA, SUNN. a m lo 7 16 8 05 8 32 9 20 9 45 10 30 p tn 1 20 nr Cedar Rapidg Palo Shelf sburg Vintou Beufou Uysart Truer pm le m ar C 00 6 15 4 55 4 10 3 30 2 -15 2 Of) MILWAUKEE DIVISION. a ui !u p m le p m ar a m ar 4 30 1 40 Cedar Kapidtf C 30 11 00 815 340 Independence 340 815 1210 5 2G West Union 1210 608 2 30 6 40 PosUille 9 30 5 00 p m ar pm ar a m le a in le M USCAT1NE a m le p m le p m ar a ni cr 810 200 Burlington 11 35 1010 040 Nichols 550 720 1200 745 ,MuscatiDe 4 SO 010 p m ar p ui ar pmlepailc "VIBE AT OH" Threshing Machines. COKHIriTlSG OP Complete IJurwu-I'owcr EattibHnhmcnt, with 24-iiich, 28-iuclit and 32-inch Oyliudcra, aud C, 8, 10 or 1'2 horse power to match. Two iloTHe our improved Triple and improved Hpur (Woodbury both kiuds mouutcd on four wluuilfi, iiud miecial siioa uiado forG, 8, 10 or 12 horses, Rtenw our unri- vuled Vibrator made oxpresrily for Steum Powor, with 'J'2-ixjcJi Cylimicr and 44-iuuli Separator, or 3o-incU C'yUudcr and 48-Seoa rating cleauiny parU, with all other parts proportionately capacious ami lull uf bns-intaM; also our match- less m Thresher Knariiifcw, of our owumake, beyond rivalry iti Power, jjurability, Easy Tiring, Bounty of Deaifjn, Perfect "SVorkmauHliip, Elegant complete iu every detail nnd in all respects a fit companion for our celebrated Steam Separa- Our Vibrator tnado exprcKfily for Steam Powor, and to match to unJ all otljfcr iniikc uf perfect Jy adapted to go with any all niakft of llorfiu Powirrn, four sixes, from to 3G-incb length of C> Under, and 36 to 48iachea width of The Rifpuiniio-i of our match- lesK Vibrator" fftr rapid .aving, adiai ruble clfjuuiug. DO wastage, clcaulmcHH, ocnuouiy iti rypaira, dnrvbility, easy of manufjeHJCwt, and a fjeueral superiority in other reHpocta, in uow fully CMtsblialiud and gsuer- ally reeofjivizeej. Ttie I lead sitttt Krone Gr.tiu Thn-sltiira, aud especially superior if (jraiu bo dump, while for Klax, like Seeds DO ociier machines can truthfully claim com par b THE GrEKTTtflE "VIBHATOE" CLAMS, SALMON, TO5IATOES. SARDINES 123 PUMPKIN, APRICOTS. SUCCOTASH. OYSTERS, LOBSTEUS, HOMINY. LINCOLN BROTHERS. PEPPER-SAUCE. CHOW CEIOW. TOMATO CATSUP, Worcestershire Sauco. ooox; PICKLES, MUSHROOM CATSUP WALNUT CATSUP, to., K5CHOLS, SHEPAHD CO, ISiittlo O'i'tsol- They or of their regular anthoiied DcalurB furnish llhiKtrated PAiuphlf-ts, Price Lists unci full free, on npjjlicatiun. 4018 SJfeivill, "2? 3E3C WHY ALL KINDS OF GOODS BOUGHT AT O LOOK SO WELL, AND LAST SO LONG, IS THAT STOCK IS KEPT NEW AND FRESH BY A BEAL AGE ESTATE WE have for sale, lands aud farms in every town in this county. TERMS to suit everybody. LOW prices, long time, and a low rate of interest. IF you (Jeairo to buy a farm, call on us. MACHINE SHOR GRAIN SEEDING DRILLS, PLATFORM SCALES FANNING MILLS, MILK SAFES, AND SCANDINAVIAN DRA6. manufactured, and tho most perfect to bo found in market us cheap as the cheapest. All kind's of CASTINGS furnished on short, notice, and REPAIRS upon ma- ohiuery done to order. FOUNDRY the Southern Minnesota Riulrofu! depot. ]4t2'j AL1.1EIIT LEA MINN. A. J. BALCH, Having rented the fine fiiop, Jorraerly used by A. Brown, is now prepared to do all kinds of repairing, particularly in the Hue of Wagons, IP you have a farm or landu to sell, call on us. OUR facilities for buying and selling lands, examining aud perfecting titles, arc unequnlcd, us ivo linve ABSTRACTS, TRANSFERS, and PLATS of every piece of land in this counly. Stncy y Tyrer, Albert Lea, Minn. April 25, 1870. A. HAS REMOVED THE OLD PIONEER MEAT-MARKET! ,0n East, sitle Broadway, first door south. of THE PEOPLE'S STORE, Palace fc-loepftifl- ears owned and operated by tine Uow, aceoiuinmy all uigUt CONNECTIONS AllE Ati FOLLOWS At Burlingtou with Toledo, Peorla fc R'y for Poorin, Indianapulip, LafnyeLte AiKlCiiu-inrmti with Turlington QuiJicy IVy for Chicago Keokult, Quincy anU Ht JLaiiu went to Otiumva ami all puiutB in Kunsow uiul ami with Bar- liugtuu and llailwsy for JJloitnilk'ld anrt all jJOJuts in uud At ColnnibuR Junction with ohic.iRo A: SonthwetJ- tern R'y fur WiiHJiiiipton and At Nicholn, with MuHcutino Diruiiou B c R i: M., fur Mnscatunj, At West AvfUi Chicago, Uock Island and Pacific M'y fdr Iowa city, A: Davenport. At HaridH wilh Milwaukee Divi.tiou B o K k SI for Indeps'iidfJuM-, Wf.-t uud McGregor wiili and Ncrthwefitt-rii Tt'y for Omtihu, council liliuTri eiitd and buqxie A: Hr.uth %Vi'su-rii li'y Dubufjue, At Viiitoii with Pacific Division of B c U M for Tracr, At and oedar Falls, with Illinois cen- tral Railroad Indoiwudetci1, Tort Dodge UJH! Sioux ciiy. At Shull Rock with for Wnvcrly. At Koni JnnctifW with Milwaukey 6c St Paul 11'y for city. At Plymouth with Milwaukee A: St Paul K'y for all point" in Mijuu'Kuta. At Rt Pan! for all poiuU on Pacific li'y the great Superior region, and all points ?Corth aud Northwest. R. F. Vintlow, (it-iil Manager. C. J. 1VES, Qeu'lPaKS Ticket C'utiur KiipidH, Iowa. Gilbi't-tfion 12 GILBERTS9N BROTHERS PEOPLE'S STORE A Complete Assortment of ry Goods, GROCERIES, BOOTS AND SHOES. If ATS AND CATS, CKOCKERV, STONEWARE, ic., GLASS WARE, YANKEE .NOTION'S AND in fad everything belonging to B HRST-GLASS Country STOEE! GIVE THEM A CALL. PERPETUAL OTIO-N! CONSTANTLY BECEIVING AND AS SURELY AND INVARIABLY DISPOSING OF THE GOODS. C. M HEWITT CENTRAL ROUTE! THE HOUSTON TEXAS WITH INCREASED FACILITIES FOR .DOING BUSINESS, HE PRO- V POSES TO GIVE BETTER SATISFACTION I THAN EVER BEFORE. paid for Kides, Tallow, Sleiylis, etc. Wood-work on plows, also painting 2 Everything cheap and on short notice. Give Him a Call. S. MR. R. LANDS. These valuable lands which remain un- old, in Freeborn County, are still ofl'ered it low prices, and on easy terms. ITow is the Time to secure Them. Inquire of the undersigned, to who Iso all moneys duo the Trustees on Lan I or I gages should be paid. No extensions of payaients where taxes re not jtaid. M. CONAN T, Agt. of Trustees, LaCrossc.Wis. MEAT MARKET WILLIAM TUHELL Again calls attention to his FINE MEAT MARKET, times, choice TVhero can be found at all cuts of Beef, PorJc, Mutton, Also FISH, POULTRY, and WILD GAME in their season. BROADWAY, near Armstrong's Bank- ALBERT MINN. Between the through Lilies of the Kortli and Eatit, and the GULF OF MEXICO ON THE SOUTH 1TOKMS THE GREAR THROUGH ROUTE I aud maiu artery of coiumurce aud trade, TO ALL POINTS, And offer the bCBt.roiitCF, on quick time, with more comforts, bcthjr accornrncxlationK, autl great- er Beeurity tban any other Line. 1'ufcsiug throiii'b the ricliest and ,.taost beautiful portious of tUc Great Empire oS" it Kivos to the passeiiKcr a view of tho grandest scenery, finest agricultural DiBlricts aud y''eat of the West. ItK pusuenjjur and freight, trains nre snrpascd by none ill the State. PuHnmn'K Polaoo auiV Sleeping cara leave St Tjouia daily via t'lio M. K. T. U'y., at i) A. M. Hannibal at 10 A. M., aud Sodaliii at p sr, through to Denison, Sherman, Dallas, Hearnc, Austin und Houston without cliaugo. Connection also nuule at Bher- mati -with the Tcxuu and 1'acittolt'y for the above named pointH. The uniTiicctioiiB of this road with tho M K T E'y at Deuisoti for St Louin, Hannibal, Fort Scott, KaiiBas City, aud all points North and East; with the Texas A Pnoifio. ot Sherman for tit Louis, Cairo, Memphis, aud all jioiiitB enstiuid southeast, aud at Houston with, tbe G H fc S A. for nan Antouiy, the II for Galvcft.on, tho Texas Orleans It'y for Orange, fee. The Morgan Mnllory StpaniBliijis for all points on the Gulf and Atlantic coasts, and the Liverpool fcTexuH Steamnhip Line t.o Livprjiiiol. Halvrt: aiul other European cities are psrfeet, while its freedom from dust and heat on account of tho nattiro of the aoil and tho open prairie couutry over which it passes, while UH cooliug sou hreCKf., bleasant afdnery of broad prairies, beautiful groves, well cultivated ilclds of cotton, corn, small grain, and fruit, reu- (lor it CHpieially desirable and ndrnntageoiu to travelers and shippers in preference to others. Buy your Tickets awl Ship your Freight by the TEXAS CEN RAILWAY The following Officers and Agents have beeu es- tablished by this Company, where information iriay ba had concerning not only the H T Bailwuy.but T-exaa generally. F L MANCilKSTEB, Passenger Agent, 417 Broadway, NY Geu J B ROBERT.SOSf.PaeB'r and Immigration Agent, 118 North Thir-d St., 8t Louis, Jlo. A ALLEE, Northwest'n Pass Ag't 101 Clark St Chicago, III. HN HOLMKS, Southeaet'n Agent, No. 2 Burnett ouse, Cincinuat.i, O. JH Agt Chattanooga, Teuu. Information may also be liail at the Agencies of the MK T U'y, in Now York, Chicago, Cincin- nati, Hannibal and St Louis. J, AI, Gen'l Pass. Agt, Hounton, Teias. J. DtJRAND, Genl Supt. Houston, Texas. 4yl 1 SOC5 S. S. EDWARDS IE3 E O T OGHAP K EIE3 Broadway, opposite PoBtoffioe, ALBERT LEA MINN JDrtiy JLines. A. H. SQUIER. CITY EXPRESS DRAY LINE. Deals in HARD and SOFT COAL. Alao Seasoned Wood. Orders left on the slate at Lincoln Bros. attended to at once. MALLEKY BROS. Arc prepared to slart their OE3 uSk. C3- O> for the Orders solicited JUST RECEIVED DUESS LXTOTS! AND FOR LADIESr SUITS. At SMITH'S DRAP D ETE ALL WOOL, FOR LAMBS' SACQtTBg1, At BMITH'Su Victoria Lawns VEBT CHEAP. At SMITH'S, ALL WOOL spanfa SHAWLS! VFBT CHS A P. At SASH RIBBONS I VERT CHEAP. At Gents Furnishing t VERY CHEAP. At SMITH'S. WOMEN'S-AND CHILDBES'S VHSU GHEAP. At SMITH'S; GROCERIES CHEAP! PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL J. W. SMITH. JLumber SYird. COLEMAWS verything ia the line of FUKNl'f Ul'.ti kept, undarji.i at Li.MVKST KATES. AUSTIN, MINN BABBITT HAYES, X> 3E5L "S" 2WE S3 TO- F0J5 SJSJLJE. Leavo orders on the elate at. A. E. John- or Ransom's." THE McGOR BINDER. ALBERT LEA ALDER. ETPTV iloscrir'lion of PINE LUMBER.: INCLUDING FEKCIN'G, FLOOni.VO. BOARDS. CLEAR LCMBEU. SIDING, SHINGLES. LATH, SASIi, SIIEETI.VO PAPER, PICKETS, Constantly on hanil, and for Lowest Market Price FOR FRAMES. FILLED TO ORDER ON SHORT NOTtCS J. F. iEPPY. AGENT, AJTxtrl J. C. JOHftsON JERLOW NAKVESON, Albart Lea, Miaticsotiv. DKALBRS IN GOODS, UATS CAPS, CROCKERY GLASS-WARE, STONE WOODKNWARE, GROCERIES, SPICES, SARDINES, CONFJSCT10NEUY, WARTY, AXI) CIVIL ALBERT LEA, MINN. ONE of Uie grcitput ji'.ecbonlril juvenf.iuna nf (hi. 14 Uju .McO.jrjuii.-k liindnr. It now beyond nil iloubt a complete HucBCee, tho bftrvust ul" llio S'.utb hjiviug iliAt'fuct. Without VUu fanlte of other Binders aud much more than their good qualities, it would neem to bh a purfwct Machine. 11 never kicka bundle, shelliQgoai half thftgrnio; if never catoheo nu arm ami HJB nr fitops the horKefi, both nf wliich features aro prouliljetit iu rirul binders; nettlicr tiot-s it (Upend "fi flip Btrenptn of the wire to tho bundle together, like auothr i rival niavbiuu, bat )tn hG'mnn It drawn the bundle together toe wlru nrimicl it, ttlnJn It. au'l with quiet, aeWjenle move, carries it to one Bido whese predeccBBor'is genlly oir Jut-'tl'r fftnliblo. Every move and decicive, accompHphing ItH imrpose, uoth'ng more; no jcrkn co Jltittor or nf er. The kink of the harvest fleltl at appearod. Let cvory one tttko a look at it aud bid farewell to the methods of the past. ifotels. Anil in fact everything usiuilly kept in a country store. We keep oonstnntiy on hand a first class variety of Leave orders with Stacy Tyrer. HALL HOUSE F. HALL, Proprietor. Albert Lea. Minn on hand and att-.isOCBee TO STOCK GBOWEBS. MAtHIAS 8KITMER keeps a choicw nnimnl of half Devon blood, on of Mr. Morin West end of Clurk Street. Consultation fee, onsh, "FIRST-CLASS FOR SALE AT PEtt wishing firxt clnss Ilriok, unit lie- Hiring to titke ailvantngo of low prices will do well to cull on F. nuSHFELDT. Ouc mile aortb Albert Lta. OP MINNEAPOLIS LUM- BER, SHINGLES. LATH, LIMB, CEMENT, AND BUILDING MATERIAL. We are a lot well OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY, WHICH IV VIEW OF THK 'PROBABLE Ap. VANCE IN LUMBER; PEOPLB WILL WELL TO''MtfAlti THEMSELVES OF B A B Q A INS WB NOW OFFER. Call and see our Stock before purenatinc elsewhere. SPAPERl iNEWSPAPLRl ;