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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - August 17, 1876, Albert Lea, MinnesotatsmmoKM .gmtaru County Standard ALBERT LEA, MINN. AUG. 17, 1876.1). ii. Parker, - - - - - - Editor[Special Correspondence of Standard.] WASHINGTON LETTER. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS For President, R. ll HAVES, of Ohio. For Vice-President,. Wm A. WHEELER, of New Tort. For Presidential Electors, 3. K. DAVIS, of Ramsey county. B'S EP ll EN MIL! EK, of Nobles county. A. J. EDGERTON, of Dodge county. A. Ii FINSETH, of Goodhue county. HANS MATTSON, of Meeker county. Fur Tfeprereistatire in Congress, Hon. NI. IL DUNNELL. any malicious motive in snrpressing the 1 Caldwell dispatch, with the understand-iiiig that it sh mid be admitted to the House without debate Knoll was tacitly | a party to this agreement J but no soon-’ cr was it reported, than up he jumps in his seat, ami let himself out in a cow- j ! nnlly and vindictive speech against Mr i Blaine. He earned the contempt of every member, even of the Democrats, j by duplicity and malicious sentiments Every Republican member withdrew his name from the report 'l ite in-! flati mists have been jubilant ever since the passage of the bill repealing the ; clause of the resumption act, which * j fixes a definite date for resumption. It Established 1860. Congress adjourned sine die on Tuesday. Ft is expected that Speaker Kerr’s death may occur at any moment Washington, August IO, 1S7G, UAYEsVs. TILDEN. Among tbs merits of Gov. Hayes’ letter of* acceptance, those ut brevity | and explicitness were apparent in every line, unerringly indicating the character of the author. There was no attempt at dodging questions of public interest or concealment of the writer’s views thereto. Every prominent issue involved in the present campaign—the currency, ci\ iI service reform, the pub- is not believed that Glands bill can be I got through, its opponents having, so | far. defeated every move to bring it be* i lore the IIou>e. A wild rumor of a I discovery of something that will cotu- THE Freeborn County STANDARD. lier schools, the Southern and the one Presidential term questions,were sqiiare-! ly met, and the method of their treatment indicated, *n casts of Republican I pel the withdrawal of Hendricks, is PUBLISHED AT ALBERT LEA, —in — MINN. Lincoln brothers. ll*. I*. Sergeant. MINNEAPOLIS LUMBER. IV. P. SIM INT DEALER IN ALI. KINDS GF MINNEAPOLIS LUM RER, SHINGLES. LATH, LIME. CEMENT. AND BUILDING MATERIAL —ll rwwirwi *Wi!lNM>^Wwaa!WUUMauaUMHaUIUUaag IA U ParkerLamer. REAL ESTATE. F'OR SALE—Desirable acre lots adjoin ing Albert Lea.    Apply    to D. G. PARKER. ’JIM’T'.'.’-LJ-R1  1 * Ki MORS ol a battle between Gen. success, to the satisfaction of a large majority of those addressed contrary Gov. Tilden has so disguised Terry and Sitting Bull state that the j his meaning and purposes—designedly I it seems—upon these points, that his declarations are susceptible of almost any con* ruction, and may mean much. former has fist SOO men, while Mr. ZIull had 700 of his braves killed. Among the last acts of Congress was one to increase the cavalry force of the army. bv the addition of 2,500 J    rn men current on the street. Us precise char- j On the acter hardly known, except to a few : There is rn ne ii doubt as to when an J * adjournment w’H take pl ce. Many are , i of the opinion that it will not occur Le- I [ fore spring I do not think that prob-1 able.    Logan. Parker & Botsford, p jj | ^ Proprietors. J A 18 S AT Sam McBride, of Colorado,a member of the St. Louis Democratic Reform Convention has absconded, taking with him £ IM,ODO of the school money of his county. A most brutal and unprovoked murder has just occurred in Chicago, which ought to result in the severest possible punishment of the culprit. A Mrs Sullivan. who had been a writer for most of the prominent papers of the city of Chica go. and who wielded a great influence with the Board of Education of that city, was accused by one Hanford of u>ing that influence improperly The husband of the lady called upon him to retract, and on a refusal so to do, shot him on his own premises, in presence of the wives of both parties. The murderer is in jail. >— # ' i IIJI ■ LM u, ,■1,1 s .yi| While a member of the United States Senate, in I SGG, Thomas A Hendricks, the Democratic candidate Ar Vice-President,    voted    to    increase I 'g u,u* is' eonsjdercd    in sympathy    with v •    a    p    -    the usages and traditions    of the    New his pay    as    Senator    from    3d.OOO    to    8o.-    vnri,    ...... „    ,    ,l ,    ; ,    'n 1 '    I oi k Ltemocracv. on    that    Doint    J lie b ;»di entry in it Father sot «io ivn tin- I-ab* if tin- r lives, or mother the cutting uf th * baby's eyetooth ; or hails Jenny vvr .to a lull account of party last night; or B b the prove din<^8of the Phi Beta ‘ lab; or Tom scrawled. S Ute O. e lh .I p- I the A In’, w an- bully 'In a certain farm house, twenty years little, or nothing at an. Such, at icu.M, ago, a are; : blank book was kept aud ; is the almost universal opinion begotten j labeled • ii me J anhul Every night j here, by a perusal of this letter of nearly forty days incubation. His uttei-( ances relative to the currency are re-I garded as symptomatic of a complete j abject surrender to the repudiators of the West, headed by Gov Hendricks rather ambiguously expres fed. as a | blind to his hard money supporters of j the Fast. Notwithstanding his pr»*- : fessed desire for a non-partisan civil i service reform, his treatment of that I matter is accepted as a notification of a I clean sweep of every Republican otTie: ti. I upon his induction in office, the rcsub- : ing vacancies to be filled by political friends, graded in accordance with the partisan service performed Inasmuch : as he is the recognized leader of his : party in a State, where one partied;.r sect, from the ranks of which the bu k of his party is made up, has been the . recepient of special favor at the cx-| pense of all the others, and where the | efficiency of the public schools has been j notoriously sacrificed at the behests of j the priesthood ; and in the absence of I anything said to the contrary, he uius* fun Stanhmu* is the oldest paper on tin* line of the Southern Minnesota Rail-roitd; has au extensive circulation among the t l ading portion <*t the community ; the fichu i'm is constantly increasing, and its advantage s as ait advertising ated iii in has long been recog-n z ti by a large list of paying patrons LINCOLN BROTHERS. —-sh it into (lie fence nod Johnson'* old eat ” On towards tht* middle of the book there w as the entry of Jenny's mucilage, and "tie <»; the younger girls-ha i added a description of Hie brides- ' maids’ dre:1.a. and I ngaft- i wards there ; was written. 'This day father d.ed,” in Bob's trembling hand There was a blunk fi r many lo nibs afm that. i I ti t to thing eon i haw served Irater to bl i;d ’bat ft 11 ii I v ol hoaJstrone uirls As AN C .IM Hewitt* and boys logot this book. TI home-t ad n w cr 11 y co n ing of t n at p *r year This was to take effect I rom I h temocraey, on that point lctter.ol (jrov. Ii end riots is everywhere the beginning ol’ that Congressional • accepted as proof that he is a hid* - term, and tho records show that he drew I ‘1 11,1 ^ Bourbon, without variableness. x*    .    t, . j r. .    ; or the shadow of turning, who yearns from the I reasury of the I tilted States .•    -    .    ..ii Ti *    -    , -    ■    tora return to the days of slavery with ** _ - 50 "f butk l«y- tie kept it,too. all i,g attending barbarism and debasing Wonder how many Democrats ol influences. The studied avoidance ol this Co ogres don a1 District will talk i both, of any mention of the Democratic about Dunnell'a back pay ?    outrages aud murderers in tho South. ; leaves them in the position of tacitly approving tile Ku-Klux and White crizz’ed ha’r. to tiy ing, and t urn book re vt rent1 laugh, or the t eye#. Ii is iii--: again iii vi»:b >■' > —-y—> A con i ;: ye n : lo u-e in S r .i f un earn and get the p *rty chang d his mined that the tv livery d the urv. w .iput up by a . »rge men, ami evcrv night ie kl op tek to the I Id women with < e to her. wha is still vi r the j igen of this wit It rn a ti} a hear*)’ G's cnuting int** their o ’ lh < I come buck I iii. sr sn!, inn ma lubh'ii itll the vtilu; 'aunty, rendering it is an ;mmigration *f finis of I lie count v a and ..i e ? 11 ’n nds. •    «    rn would bt* unities to I n ti We ad ive f resi-lact, . -tern . -t*fli I - THE SEC ii ET WHY AM. KIM'S OF GOODS BOUGHT AT ne gr un i T"    "    ll A Good Idea.- We have be Pure us clear away the in of the Contr st .n'> satisfied I c.use law will urik** the and th** work in ti in of them are nq iiight in I day j * * V» fo ds is jt enough fiarg lined to build a , I ’a . and means to teiv ; but the ethel niio I. and is deter-rk sh ill n I be d me . ?rv. t r I ' frame-.rge f rec >>f w*<t k-the .owner of ti *1 aum L r to The cr pi rise t. and each L OUR. rn IJ I ll SO WKLL. AND LAST SO LONG. IS THAT THE KHUT NKW AND FRESH BV A TOCK I J. cr NOTWHUST VNTtlNG TI! AV K ARE IMH NG tilts \v(MIK, UROMPTLV, SUN \ It LE It \TEs. I A LLY ADDING Cl LITH S, A'. r 11 a t .lulu r. E FA NI. AND w Kart Git \ I* rI I» GUR FA D SMALL EN xpi cr r that thi the cost DEA Vt IR Tu FILLY KEEP UP With THE TIMES • contenu d )f*cause League methods of conducting political campaigns, and piling up Democratic majorities. a copy of a paper, publLhed at Muskogee, Indian Territory, which contains tile premium list of their Agricultural Society. In addition to the usual premiums for stock, Ac, we norice that the Society has added an educational j and th department, and offer the following inducements to students ; Best essay, by pupils only, premium, j most important of these—the leg bb History of the United States, worth . live—is still in doubt. The last cm law vers in a waking or : *fi bn :V O Yod in b »tll the i The number of a hee tin, the locd th when Legal Blank ADJOURNMENT OF CONGRESS. I lie date ol’ the adjournment of Congress has olten been anticipated, immediate parage of the r< -I mauling appropriation bills a? often predicted Nevertheless, one of the kb! I near Djnv file. ^ a., ning. wink milking a cow. A gild w the other ut lf girls would < nly learn t*» play th* piano and ni ske worsted dog**, such ac cid- tits would m ver happen. TIT*1 — r III'    f    'L    1    ■>?Mi The new vs S. We keep the nu»*t complete •i**ortment Of Lr (Sill blunks of any eoumrv .thee ii the Stale, ami we pride rut>el<- i* <»a tin fact that our STI x'K in TR ADE m ill com. pare favorably with the hot wark to bt foiiii I anywhere. l’ERPETUAL . MOTION! UNNL'TAh LY REC EIVING AND AS SURELY AND INVARIABLY DISPOSING OF THE GOODS. C. M HEWITT It. Skinner A* t o. VO OO. B“it poem. by member of Indian tribe, Bible, worth 35 OO. Best declamation — original — pupils only. History, worth *33 50. Best declamation — selected — pupils only, History, worth 33 50. Best declamation or essay in dian language, Bible, worth 35 OO. Bust arithmetical solutnnn, written or mental, accompanied by blackboard exercise examples, to include the fun dunental principles aud extending through fractious, Bible,worth 35 OO lUr-t penmanship, pupils only, Bible, worth 33 50. Beat drawn map of the Indian Territory, Bible, worth 35 OO. Best outline map of North Bible, worth 35 OO Effects of Dull Times. F; "in the Lotion Post, Aug. 7. IV -day ail the mills in Fall River cut d ,wr. ti ti p!-r cent in the wages of operative Much dissatisfaction is fell by the I..iuds. and although but co rn pa rail •- b. ID I Ie is said it is easy to see that the .    • J g is intense among the opera tive** Manufacturers say this cut down inference committee reported that ti » agreement had been reached, aud the discussions among its members show. d that a compromise was hardly possible so long as that prince ot salary gr I -bere, Randall, had the management i t . House portion of the committee. Kvi-any In- deuces ct mutiny against his tyrarm-fii rule multiply, on the Democratic side. both in the House and Senate ; and a demand for his retirement is imminent. He is the real stumbling block, and his egotism and pig-headed obstinacy is coming to be appreciated by his ow ti party. The rivt r and harbor bill will probably pass the House without material alteration, us sent in from the Senate. INTENDED STEAL. Mr. 'i'Ii rock morion, yesterday, startled the reformers and economists of the House by the :ntroduction of a resolution to pay Fitzhugh his salary, up to the fir.-t of August. Ile has been loafing around town, cogitating upon the mutability of political positions, e\* r s ucc his summary disgrace last May. Hei> not near as much of a “ favorite,’! nor does he compare as favorably in ing b-.ught up I een's per p u:.d silica iii war Collut; y I Iii' iud ly dc} rived lop de a -tile J*. rf n I \ < I mi lit IS be- * rs it twenty-five I west price pa d ! t, all over the % *t ms t be great- ( KWEK I K\RI*ETS Barck & Simms, Tailor Shop. Air t tti nun g e n t d iv h e ’ e tur > i- t;. in r toy wiin- said s j lain looking old at the } office the other N said the ] *» master, “but a big fat envel pc with s me pie-n t* VV lls tg I it en vc! p front ior v or daughter ” I come <1 mn arter,” said TI f-    DKA    LRU?    IN' Mill MOU A STEINWAY ^    PitinoM. I - ***tRi:<tMril un*! l!ur«t**ti«* Orcan*! ! VIOLINS. AND GUITARS. "Slicot TVIltlsI o, VND 9 I psi P P O II B. H. SKAUG Hep. TAIL oE, ALBERT LEA. 'MUSK’ BOOKS the old gent leo an, .-ic lindy’? g- i:b to be rn arri' lien s pap per lo mg; I , r> an till* pa? runs to cut «>ut ‘Uicfttie her w odd in’ OW IU I El A mcrica. ii $ ATTAINED AT LAST! A TRIAL will IUCURE ITS POPULAKI* EVERYWHERE. i- thiir only alternative ; they uiust ' stature with “ old Grant.” as ha did (• tin r *i i it or close up. The Sprague i 'vhen he and l ay were feeding out of Mil- in Cranston and other parts of j ^je public crib; aud it is sought by -lintrffiT»N.' *’■’ rn ti    * i# PM    -1 ITew and Novel. R. B SKINNER CCI, ll AVE A NEW IDEA IN THE WAY OF SELLING CARPETS Dr THE USE OF THE LATENT CARPET EXHIBITOR, Whereby they can el,« w a stockof FIFTY pieces of Carpet. gi\ing as goo<l a choice can be got in ('hicngo. ('all anil set the animal, an i get a nice Carpet cut and fittel to your loom, made up for fivt-ccnts }*er yard t xi ra. PATENT P^EOlCiNES, ^^X2>TrIS ar-d CXI Lamp Fixture*. Perfumery. Ae HOME SEWING MACHINE! I All of tile above cheap for ens First door north of l\»t Office. P P- 0 H rn p P Cl NEW IDOLS I! VYE ('OME, AND NEW YEE OF FASHD V FOR THE SPRING x SUMMER. !**7»> md a OI Has on i lotus, cassimere:*. Kits kins BE WES. VESTINGS, TRIMMINGS, *e. and will till order* i -on* Ie •** I..ii be I* •rf ti* I.** IC * lee >)ac< BrOftdWAV, eau s:de. i>‘*ar Us .- I at. a ii ii be rls on it rot Is r rs. this steal out of tho public funds, to him out of town, where he is a i g«t Rhode Bland are either closed or running will, .-mal! help. At Baltic the mills >hut down Saturdvv night, and ! standing nn nance to many of his Demo-1,000 operatives were thrown out of [ cratic iriencits. employ ut tit READY-MADE CLOTHING •lion S2, FUR SALB—The e* siv} township of Albert Lea. ApMv to D G. PARKER. FOR SALE- aevtion 4. of I! FOR in Wain of La ty. Ay ply to FOR > V LE.- -Thf liar -One t to WI nV    and    w} l;m«! township. Apply 1). G. Mitred p. Fh D. G. ’AR KEH. I F‘ I prop ■ tin PA b* r I . tv I I t are now rMfifitif a large lot of ire// Seasoned Lamber OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY, WHICH l> VIEW OF THE PROBABLE ADVANI E IN UMBER. PEOPLE. WILL DO WELL TO AVAIL THEMSELVES OF THE B A IL G A I NS Vt ii NOW OFFER. Call and see our Stock before pur« elsewhere, ALBERT LE V, Jun^ Ii, 1*75. I n Mal FCL ’irate a be exc id. Af SA LE I) in* «:xiv acres i i balli? roiiti-1* AUKER. -i tills one flinty. Ap* K ER. and eiity ta county. 1 acres of e** of fine prairie or I Vir .bl* t« -rn ll fn: n. nketlng *f mgcd for ■pl Y f €» PAK RER. « tr. n* i. rn At i • Ti ai* lf *•24. in I. PARKER be said on I rn PEESO'’ * • I EOPEETY. ■ fin' lip i:i the Na-e/r :    one    of et* » iii be .oil , if dei*:re*L Ap- d g. parker nj Lumber Parti. C. I. COLEMAN S MJJM BER YARDS, AT ALBERT LEA ANO ALDEN. Every description of PINE LIM HEH FOR SALL FO FOR SALE —Fem*. KOI ILE—F pply !.. : * t i’a: ior Organ. - r»a *t-r.    *    ptAm to D Ct. PARKER. Pa. • r Gun. Ap* i> G. PARKER. posit-. Apjdy tu d. g parker. g min. near!* new I) ti PARKES. I Plow. A Ii y to Ii KER. Machine, , and *»n UKE It. JAMES W. STAGE. INCLUDING ING, FLOORING, DIME! HOARDS, CLEAR LEMKE CG, SHINGLES. LATH, SASH. SHEET ING PAPKA PICKETS. AC.. SION • RS Ila rd tm re, Tlf are. Stores, Sc. Loir est    Marke    Prier mber DONK He PTtt^ LI.ED Til ORDER ON W. H. PLACE, Th HOWES SCALE jak.rsii> i iv MULE!? J. F. REPPY. AG KST WARRANT** TTH ZZ A M I. i err»/ A f a hies. J. II*. Smith CITY LIVERY AXD I LAROE STOCK SALE IF SOTH A Sh FA1TCY GOODS! \:tpi \*;ks IABLE HO HAR KX « LADIES* SILK AND LACE TIES, CO] LARS, CUFFS. KIBBONS. GLOVES AND HOSE, LADIES GAUZE VESTS. REAL GUIPURE LACES, ALEXANDRE KID GLOVES LINE N HANDKERCHIEFS GENTS* ROWS, &C., ic. Ile (ISOMable I > ires I • i k ii reefs, 11 AKL Southern Minnesota Paw ■r "rn ll A MLI B G Ii Li TC II F. It I ES. A very hot debate Occurred the oth , cr day, in the Senate, over the motion tho North I acme, Saturday, gives to j 0f Mr. Morton to print 10,000 extra A gentleman who came dawn from the St Baul Pioneer Press the follow- ; copies of the President's message, re'lf- ; rive to the Hamburg butcheries. It | was probably intended by the motion ! to force Hem* era tic Senators to declare | their positions. It was an embarrassing matter to them, and they were no doubt sincere in their protestations of abhorrence; but the humiliating fact remains that the exigencies ol then party lead- them to ignore tlie atrocities until driven to take sides for or against the assaying j and in their efforts to evade the consequences and to belittle such Democratic murderers their condemnation is half-heathen, and always expressed iii att apologetic strain, and deprived of all force and point by admixtures of wholesale denunciations of the murdered victims of Ku-Klux savagery and of the Republican party was estimated that the yield per acre j i mississippi elections. from the entire tract would not be less i ^ ^ie    of    the    committee sent to i:;- irg interesting notes in relation to Dairy pic’s great wheat farm: •• The a urn UM I of ground sown to wheat,this spring.was 1.300 acres ii >r-v* sling commenced on Monday, with tone self-binders The machines ait* sun 15 hours without rr>t. except the ordinary stops for oiling, lunch, and dinner, and tho result per day is THO acres. One man is employed to each beaut and 12 men follow the machines. shocking tin- wheat a^ fast as it is cut The entire 1.300 acres were to be cut and shocked during the week ; stack ing and threshing will of course follow Dulrymple is harvesting his crop for about oue-fifth of the cost required under (he system iii vogue IO years ago At the time harvesting commenced it I HH 'ira u&k than 20 bushels to the acre Grass * hoppers had dono but little damage ; vcsligate Mushs.-nppi, will tax their ii -gemmy to the utmost. It shows a con tin* excessive hot weather came too late j ^Gion of terrorism impossible. Except to bl ist the crop, and everybody who i UJ a community under the dominion « saw the waving grain pronounced big wheat firming on the Northern Pacific a success. The farm on which this crop was grown consists of 30,000 acres, on which, next season there will be sown 0,000 acres, the sod for it having been broken this season During the breaking season Mr. Dalrymple had as high as IOO learns ut work. The furrows ttuned weie hx miles long, aud the teams made. but two trips a day, traveling with each plow. to make the f<»ur furrows Similes The location of this farm is IS miles west of Moot head. Mum” ravages ; intimidation and wanton tour der were everywhere the rule. Tin committee declare that the present officials secured their places by such means, and should not be recognized by the I ohed States Government; and they further recommend that the State be remanded to a Territorial form of government, in the event that such prat* tices are persisted in. MI SC ELLA N KO US SA YI N GS AND DOI N G S Proctor Knott’ft cup of grief is running over I he Republican members if the judiciary committee prutiiised to sigu a report exonerating Knott from 'mwini vma ' When once xisc**l lei ti retain it* place forever. WE EXCHANGE MACHETES. Semi yonr old-fashioned^ cmnborf.ov*• lieu vy*- rn un lag, womau-k illlng mack I. to in*, mid wo xviii allow von for I , as part payment for one of ours* IT IS CELFBfiATEO FOR ITS ADVANTACFS IN THAT IT IS CNE CT 7..E LAr.CXTT SEWIhd MACHINES MANUFACTUflED.—ADAPTED A LUV TO THE USE CF IKE FATTILY C t TUE WOT: -SHOP. IT HAS THE LARGEST SHUTTLE V G I A BOBBIN I HAT HOLDS ALMOST A SPOOL C. THREAD. THE SHUTTLE TFNSICN IS ADJUSTABLE WITHOUT REMOVING Tilt SHUTTLE FROM IL-MACHINE. THIS MACHINE IS SO CONSTRUCTED THAT THE POWER IS APPLIED DIRECTLY OVER THE NEEDLE, THUS ENABLING IT TD SEW THE HEAVIEST MATERIAL WITH UNEQUALED EASE. IT IS VERY SIMPLE IN ITS CONSTRUCTION, DURABLE AS IRON AND STEEL CAN MAKE IT, ALL ITS WEARING PARTS CASE-HARDENED OR STEEL, AND INGENIOUSLY PROVIDED WITH MEANS FOR TAKING UP LOST MOTION, SO WE ARE JUSTIFIED IN Warranting Every Machine for 3 Years. IT IS ‘’'HE LIGHTEST AND EASIEST-RUNNING MACHINE IN THE MARKET. ITIS, ALSO,THE MOST ELABORATELY ORNAMENTED AND PRETTIEST MACHINE EVER PRODUCED. WITH ALL THESE AOVAMTAGES. IT IS SOLO FROM $1 5 TO $25 LESS THAM OI HEH FtRSi-CLASS MACHINES. EXCLUSIVE CONTROL OF TERRITORY GIVEN TO AGENTS. . EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS OFFERED FOR CASH OR ON CREDIT. SEND FOK CIRCULARS AND TERMS TO .  «» 35S Euclid Avenue, JESS.) CLEVELAND, 0. Beautifill Goods, Beautiful Styles, and prices *o low that you will hardly miss the money you pay lor them. We will clothe you from the top of the head to tile end of the toe nails for SIO tin an I th row in a bottle of Benedict s EXTRACT OF PLANTS FOR >>'<' BLOOD REMOVAL!! j CANNE lf PEACH E CHE VP. JAPAN J DITTO. md Fur Hat.-, A largo line of Saxony I (for the head.) Also ('alf, Kip, aud Stoga Boots. { for the feet.) “Keep the head and feet warm, and take your chances on the middlings ” J.;s. JUST OPENED-A NKW LINE OF LADIES, MISSES, AND ill I LUBE VS SHOES. JAPAN T. rmr—m—mr Witt ran - ii r ~ im impi i ■» mn imhum nj Summer overcoats $5 apiece. MmiiiwH.vvno wxa VV bite counterpanes to spread on the bed to keep it warm. ~jAPAl~T~ GILBERTSON BROTHERS HAVE REMOVED THEIR STOCK of GOODS TO- HALL’S BRICK STORE II. A. IIAiV?IOINr, Merchant Tailor! A I. It KUT LHA, MINN. U a ai on Ii aud constantly a full Rue of English, French $ Domestic CLOT XX S I R. R. Arrive mu! Depan. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF S I A ELE DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING AT BOTTOM PRICES. Leat Arrive Leave •r V H; ** ALBERT LEA - - •* W ell- .................... Arrive Vs innebago............. GOING KAST. YI inn-1 ag'■ ............ We I-.................... ALBERT LEA...... ... tm \ .... 'Jzii .... 10:23    * ... 11:44    < .... 1:40    r. .,„ 1:50    1 .... -.... 4:20 1 .... 6 05    1 a. I.cavt Perfect fit? guaranteed. iMf Call on them at their new location. Drab De Etta and Cashmere for cloaks. Dress Linen in Pecales, Pique large variety. and 200.000 new bhiok.! FIRST THERE, FIRST .SERVED. - Earths wishing first-class Brick, and de- { siring to take advantage of low prices will , do well to ca Ii on M.F RUSHFELDT 25tf    Cue mile north of Albert Lea, j JAPAN T. LADIES’ DKESS-GOODS. PLAIDS AND PLAIN, IN TWO AND THREE PLY COME QUICK. „ , R. B. Skianer & Co. I . > — Ic be QooUQued in the New \ ark Ledger. Madison Dispensary, 82 W. Madison St., Chicago, FOUNDED BT IJR. C. BIG ELOW, Who ii aregiuUr fraiiuate of Medics) foil ere, and hss*>een looser enraeed in the treatment cf all VENEREAL. SEXUAL and CHRONIC IUSKA8K8 than auv other phetician in Chlcajro. STPHIL18, GONORRHOEA, GLEET, STKUTl RE. ORCH-ITIS, HERN I A, all t'rlaary disc sari, or Brreurlal affecthma or I he throat, akia or boat-*, treated with unparalleled aucce**, on latest acientific principle! in half the usual tune, safely, pn-tratelT. STF; R JIA TOU RH (ft, SFN CAL DEBILITY and IXPO- TXN IV, as the result of self abuse in youth, sexual excesses In maturer rears, or other causes, which produce some of the following eff.-ets: Nenonsness, seminal cabaiens, debility, dimness of sight, defective memory, pimples on th* face, aversion to society, loss of sexual power, eta., rendering MARRIAGE IMPROPER, are permanently cured. Pamphlet (3d pages) relating to the above, Bent In sealed envelopes, for two S-cent postage stamp*. Consultation at office or by mail invited. His opinion given free. Booms separate tor ladies and gentlemen. Cures guaranteed. MARRIAGE GUIDE, OR SEXUAL PATHOLOGY. This Is aa Interesting werk of two fcuadred Urie als* pages, sad centai** ealuabi* inform ,tV»a fee those who ar* tnarned. ar contea»p!at* •arriage. It aer tail! th* esperiesc: and adri-e of a cbraloaa whews r*pu tallow it werld-wids. an) shim Id he la the yr IT* ta drawer af ..try • ate sad 'emir (hr >u*' cut the satire r'ohe it sir braca I reergtteaw na lbs sa biset rf IU gras rad is systea that is worth k'»>wtaz, awd much ttat is aet pohltahsd ta say ether wee. Price, Kfiy&wun Aiircss UadUon Dlspeasxry, vt. MidU.n ut Otarggc, UL LIGHTNING Tho undersigned would respectfully announce to the people of Freeborn county and vicinity, that he will continue to erect Lightning Rods the coming season. All buildings roled by me are INSURED AGAINST LIGHTNING! to the amount of 31,000. free of charge. I u?e an ENTIRE COPFER ROD—the best in use. People wishing their buildings protected, will do well to see me before purchasing elsewhere, always bearing in I mind that it is better to purchase at home, I or of some one you know, than of transient I vendors. Thanking you for past favors, an I so-j licit ing your future patronage, I am, respectfully, Yours. &<*., SIDNEY PARTRIDGE. Albkbt Eva, Minn , April IT, 1876. Ibm 4 Good Corsets Only SO Cts. Our stock of Groceries is complete. Cho young hyson tea ouw 50 cts.  MI© A. M.  7.50    •*  3:50    *• Leave    ii imse\ .................10-.05    ♦* “ spring Valley   I l:4fi •* **    Fountain....................12:34    •• Arrive Lanesboro............... 1:12    r    m Leave Lanesboro ................#    I:-H2    •• Rn-hf.-rd.................... 2.S6    •• Arrive    LA (TitiSSK.............. 5:f>0    »« Tr>iir;< going east make close connection- at La < :•<.?'(• with trains on the Milwaukie. t u t- -, and St Paul Railway for Milwaukee, Chicago, at; I a1) pointa East. < unm et a n at Ran soy with trains on the CT. M »V St. P. ifiulway, for Sr. Paul rid all points in L>w*. Nrbra-k».:»nd Kin? Gen ! Ticker A c t. W. t G< . VAN MORK •era! M;ina|«r. TRV Feed! Feed! DOBBIN ’S ELECTRIC SOAR SAVES TIME, SAVES LABOR, SAVES [JOKEY. It. ROWELL, at ELEVATOR No. 2. near the Depot, having put in a New Feed Mill, i? now ready lo acce va 11 h FEEIX IN ANY reasonable rates. a in odat e the public QUANTITY, aud at 8if~ VjVQB SALE—Lite Scholarship ii I Madison Business College A It in the College A former resident of Freeborn county is one of the the proprietors of ttiih institution. The scholarship will be sold on favorable terms. Apply to    I.    BOTSFORD Sail ct) West, DEALERS IN General MorehttiuliKt*, AUSTIN, -    _    .    -    MINN- CHOICE PRUNES AND PEACHES, VERY CHEAP. PEALED BOOTS S SHOES AT THE LOW EST PH HE.-*. pleasegiye ME A CAI I 'V. SJM ll lf you want circular#.lf v Oil want handbills,If you vv ant envelope?.If you want truHineas caird*,lf you want neat hill-heads.lf you want tasty let!ei - you want nice v:«:’ rng-cardr,lf you vt ant say kmd of job wock.i<t riff *» a? fvu 8» UAae

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