Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard in Albert-Lea, Minnesota
17 Aug 1876

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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - August 17, 1876, Albert Lea, Minnesotarn |reeborn <£ oust it £ auulavrt ALOE UT LEA, MINN.' ANG. 17 187G LOCAL The Handel Musical Association meets for practice each Tuesday evening, at 7 o'clock, in Prosbytei tan chapel. EDITORIAL CORRIDON DES CE. j A Freeburn County Boy in an Indian Editor Standard :—Y »u will ex impossible tor the couip'uy to procure Growing Wood for Fill -V (’nu- No. 7.    I    Fight,    I    cuse me for calling attenti t: to an arri-j them except bv com ply in a with every adiate farmer, ah ut tw*. ive y* r- \V i vprntMiKK    a,.    o    T.    *u    i    i    i    i    .    1    •    I    clo which appeared in your is ue of condition imposed, oil or I • f re June I. pl int cd si* Amcr^an e (tot; >\ i-tr* - WINTERPORT, 31 e., Aug. J.    It    Will    be    remembered    that    last    spring    .    i    i    1 -*    ,    4    .    «    ,    ,    .    , .» •    .    .    I    i HL MANDARO, of Aug •» I, on the I'ib; ami ti- nt.tctnpt o .ng rn el » and one s \ r leaf poplar, on st * ti aine is a great e late, but more dis-j a party    left Bismarck for lite Black    question of the destruction of tfte 815,•    the pail of the couipany to etui.piece    square rod Lnvdy cutting them d sv n Anguished for her celebrated Statesmen I Hills, in    which were Oscar and Henry    OOO bonds, placed in escrow by the last    the ro;.d this season, and it b inn gen-    and preparing them for fuel. he reahz- I and fine scenery, than for her farming Ward, of this county. On the trip    I    °I JSupervisors*, at the instance    erally understood that the project was    (our cords of nice wo d. An acre at they fell    in with a art of Indian®    ’ Bio Central K lilroad of Minnesota,    abandoned, aud it being, under (he cir-    tile same r ile would have yielded eighty .Vc*r %idvrrl ism ie '■ HISTORY interests. For the last three days we (Southern division), and for the in* cumstanees. a master of absolute cer cords e been I lding through tile interior had a fi ’lit lost a lir*re nortion of their    «    •    .i    ..    iii    i Hr. Allen, of Portage City Wig will I ^    ’    tar^e    portion    ct    incii    rimntion    that    the    editor    ja    oternporc of minty that the bonds wcuhl be returned * *»- rT ” ,T ’    *    *’’    *    ;    a    lid    along    the    Penobscot.    abe    views    stock,    and    suffered    the    loss    of    some    The    Standard    has    the    same faculty, for cancellation citer June I, that no Or THE Mf De at the Hall House iii Albeit Lea, od Monday, August 21st, and remain three days only. All those wishing his services must remember the days. The Doctor conies well recommended. Examination and consultation free. Episcopal services at the court house next Sunday, at the usual hours. For Sale.—A scholarship iii the Keokuk Business College. See advertisement on fourth page. Apply at this office. _    scot.    xhe views are much to be enjoyed by one long Owing to climate changes the cedars *’ Lebanon arc dying out These are of their company. Among the killed in a pre-eminent degree possessed by Bio extraordinary solicitude was called for I u* Looan. a are \.ymg oui accustomed to the wide-spreading prai- ! was Mr. Henry Ward The balance of ,euul:,r ^‘tur. iii getting things mixed on the pair of the present board As to ,l '' r    pAcn    ut    in    h ly in trying to tell a story ; not that the : the situation of these bonds: No suite w r 1 f * aMU which entered so largely into writer o? the article did not mean well, were necessary, and any steps taken I OF ries and plains of the Great Vi est. the party pushed through to the Hills, e instruction of King Solomon s ALBERT LEA, MINH. jo (3 iii s, picturesque \a tys, and j    spent the summer there, and have just    ;    nor would I insinuate that It. meant to ■ were needlessly taken to procure their    temple majestic rivers meet tile eye on every j    returned to Bismarck The following,    1    convey a false impression by his article,    return ; any expense incurred w a* need-    • 1 hand. If any one wishes to travel for    from tile St. Paul Dispatch, shows that    but 8UUktJ of his oonuUsinus are very    h~ Iv incurred Though ii might con-    MAKHISD, pleasure, we would certainly recoin-    they enconntcred the Indians on their    u.nforto“»te' »fd *°me o1' hi. eonelu-    siitnte a plaufliblc exca.e Tor a trip to    pETgR'g,'Ngi^S^y^™gl^; mend Maine    return fro •    sians are wholly unwarranted    Milwaukee and a fine attorney lex j in Albert I**, Aug. lith, 1876, by A. ,    L " I* *    I Tile vote under which these bonds I was uh.-ut town lust Monday, and IF. White, Esq., Nets P. Peterson an I Our last letter left the ieaocr at    Bismarck., D T., Aug. lo —Jo | were issued, was a vote a) proving a res Southwest Harbor, Mt. Desert.    It    < Fennell, Chaa Thompson, and Oscar j olutiu heretofore adopted by the then was our design then to have completed ^ ard Tetuiiud this morning from the visit upon that mountainous island Go to Fobes Bros, and buy a Grand before going elsewhere, but to fully ap-Detour plow, cheapest and best in mar- preciate the views, it is necessary to the Board of Stupor vin -is, which, if my he I saw no evidence of any “ uni vers 11 1 rejoicing, over the feat ace inplBh d If there was any it must have been I confined to the persons w I- Barth M. Nissen. all of t Ii I -* count v. ket. Black Hills, leaving their party twelve 1    in uiory s eves mc rig    .t. comprised ti miles out.    I    following    individuals:    A Ai instr- fig,    t <wu    order? for taking    to prodigious ^\ bile at tho Cannon Ball mer ‘    Chairman ; Win 11 a z    : • ii, and Ole I    steps    ref", ‘red to in th •    article filii wr'tihg wholly (r un 0 Ball (about forty miles from Bismarck. ; a Ellingson. ^ w t|()J( : have clear weather. This not being I ParO °f nine were corailcd by the Iii memory, not having Hie I urn r. co B i dians.    i before me, as the writer of the article j ..    .    1    1. •*    3    r    .    •    m    rf*    ,    I    It seems that they at first ap neared j referred to had. and I may be mistaken I little twin boys of Mr Livens died 011    Hiland,hoping for a change upon r, * V u s truly, Cholera Infantum —One of the j accorded to us, it was decided to spend j A M. TvRKH that Sunday nfght, of cholera infantum, and 1 our leturnjand accordingly af ter speud- the other child has been considered I inK four da3s at the hotel, only one of j Black Hillers retained their dangerously ill for several days. riendly, coming up cud shaking hands, leaving their guns behind, though the ruis which would justify out-Joor pleasures j E" anally one Indian came up with a gun --...-- I stage was engaatd to uke us to H»gi a"d ,theJ !7* ",,d    ba'k    .Then If von find a lirrlo n#»el'lion on tho i i i> •    1    » ,    •    a‘‘ Hie I nu ta us went an I got their guns .    , 3 -    ...    ; fforth- laJ"*S ll,Jtel bl11 at ‘aerate of anj commenced the attack bv sh,.. hi,,, streets of this vtllage, return it to Miss ; SI 50 per day each, we pushed through ! and wauuding one of the whites, and l.aura i lace, and sec how politely she to Sooiesviile and spent tile night rtitli ^IC hre was returned, killino xti- wi»l thank you for it.    I Daniel Somes, who lias kept the hotel ^‘an-    ^ ne "bites then lug entrenc1.- --- ,    iii    meats and were held there from J a m It is rumored that there is to be an- |    ‘    I!ace    uljou{    40 years,and whose . until 3 p M ^ vvh(,n Joa pt.nn.qj an(1 other lumber yard opened in town. entertainment was as pleasant as it was party of sixteen came to their 1 seue. -—♦—------—    ! complete.    The    whites    lost    one    man    named Runaway. — Mr. Sergeaut’s buggy j The next day we reached Ellsworth Phelps, a .M' ntanian. killed, and <m horse gave us an item thL week, by a in time for dinner, and engaging livery j    ^    impossible    tu    ascer- suiashirig runaway.    fur .Le further inn whieh wn« »». I tHUl    00    t‘je    Bidi    ng J. .d, *    .    «    1*    1    * v    P’    F    The    Indians had with them over five Lincoln s delivery horse took a lively 1Scd to be ready at 4 o’clock 1*. m , we j hundred horses turn about town,attached to the buggy, I gave our hungary selves up to the en-minus a driver, but the gentlemanly old joyment of a good dinner, and then fellow turned all the corners so grace- spent an hour in the discussion of politics with a Tilden enthusiast It was a source of pleasure to find ourselves backed by the lanulord who entered fully that no damage was dona.  •   - Indian Agent.— It is reported that Rev. Mr. Alden, Congregational minis- 1 tor at this place, has received the offer uarmb into support of the Hayes and of an Indian Agency on the upper ^ heeler ticket. Missouri, and that he has now gone to I A drive oi‘ tvv0 hour8» UP liiH aud look the ground over, preparatory to j doWD 'udey in (juick >uceession.brought accepting the appointment. We give ! Us 10    Brancli-Fond settlement! tho rumor just as w. get it, and charge ot^crv7i8^ called Happy town. I his was nothing for the item if it proves to be . s° named reason (if the fact that incorrect.    i    from the earliest days of its settlement. _ ♦    _    j every family were,    aud are now. pro- (* it ATI FVI.\g ( HANGE. —    Hunting    j ftssora of    religion.    The pond, which prairie chickens is the order of the day j in Minnesota would be dignified by the just now, which gives us a gratifying    ; name of    lake, is a    beautiful sheet of rest from the base-hall mania.    water six    or seven miles long, quietly nestling between imposing hills. In Another Church Building.—We learn that the I niversalists <d this place are making efforts to obtain the means to erect a small church. Si re Death hound to kiii s ouet, m< go j. hunting On Tu> Mr. 3*an Veehtan is 1 'nrv wo.enover he day last, he loaded his gun for chickens ; his dog ran in the way of the gun. arid has gone to the im; v hunting grounds. N O V, X <'; t i I' N —Fob • out inn. uneing h*■ re iI tertlo re v r iwi ; j so '"'inc E FOR B« Hi ROW ING A Brothers have handbills : gut s for rent. so that he no * souse for hot -to rial s. this picturesque spot the writer of this spent his early childhood, and to >k hi* first lessons in the letters of tho alphabet. He tried to recognize the \ lace, and to see it as lie remembered it GT years before, but could not. rI he roads had been chang d, forests cut d >wn houses bu:it uh re there bad been none, the old ( tics torn >: Avn or gone to de cay. aud the question involuntarily asked. “ Is i.. s the home of our I y-hood .' Among th- first inquiries was, “ \\ here is that old school house?* ak en tf) a tbiCftOt (k Weeds Blue Earth iTty Cheese Facto-1 RY-—Mr. C M Sly, representing the Blue Earth ( ity cheese factory, was in j town Ia>t week endeavoring to pl ice i their cheese on sale among our merchants. Mr. Sly tells us that grass-hopp TS, chinch-bugs. 11 , >»: m 1 wheat-rings, and the thousand and on<* other things that torment the averag Minnesota farmer, have no t* rr-r f ir the patrons of their factory. Tin lr i cows will ti,!- season average $M0 • »ch. and perhaps more. *Vht at-raising i-nowh re, when compared to it Bishop Whipple has addressed a le.igt ly letter to the President, em-bodying his views on the Indian o 1 I lion. However much one may d Jl r with the Bish up in this matter, it cannot be d uled but (lint he presentg some strong argumt lits on his side. in this) The r -s -I ut if m ] rovi b d for t ho i- of* the bonds if the to’.'ii til the 3 .-.ta W •stern Bai iv. ay. -in ce c's t »th it ofthe M inn* .p iii- au l Sr i. or (mi/ other Ii>ti/roo • Vow u tug might buiftf ti r ><0/ from th’ Stn there to conner’ ic///< the !*• ten Ck to the village of A 7,< rf Lea, and vers "th. r tilings, in the r* ^-provided f »r On--hail of th to be delivered when the jra I done to the State line, and the when Hie cars were running, A • writer of t he article omitted to mo the fact winch is i'alic-z-- i vc When tile project *d last v*. •: started, y< ur readers will rom nil i-r th* strenuous efforts mad' to procure th* re*juisit( project neither inys» if, «-r any memter ut I mg 1 urged lr hi h drat d o d i-dutin bonds Iii W IS (Hi. J* Realizing the good sense of seripMi^ai injunction to ** be at with all men,” we propose to have no quarrel wBHi fr iend l yrtr over a dead issue We voted for the bonds iii I<■'71 We voted for the Supe!visors who ~:gne<] the builds in 1"»5. ale glad ut t. and woald do so again, and d »nT propose to be drawn into any cont rut* vt r.-y regal ding any of their acts. We will simply add that a tax eaten and inter n-ieveurcd community wert • * e nfronted this spring by the tax gatherer demanding tin ir hard-earned cash wa- I.. 1 v«* Hilt en "u nut of aid to carry Many of them kn >r any ne inter ut th any further aid in this t >wn 15 0 0, v Red is J vc I . wert scrij 1. in ie at on, mr me rignr of way thr 1 hen B »»r J of I ohs in their pus the ? I,MI l< be paid by ti pr ject ; and t last acceded to That before ur need, the e b onls be placed and ie Fe rec, to hull wh< n 11 balance when is! en It to I i- town lors we i it no 1 gr lilting I< IHI*' the-et Ii in the r attempts Til*i. by Mjb• tit -, atv tor the had b.That the i ach1 oad ol se-j u tbit no • in this c. uiitj who d tings ^ presell on I ■d t» sofa uch re ...I, nds putp rted to the Central K.uL It wa- plain to be ad had bei a built if c-urse there were d to know *l vin IIKLILJOIS IX TKLI.IHE.Nt K .r,,t tli ir Par«BTTr»iAj»—Tomer Waler and M;iry stri**-is. Services every Sunday at lo.] 4.jj. and 7 e. m. Sabbat b School at 12 M. Weekly prayer meeting at 7] 1* m., every 'I Ii 1*r~ I .jr. Young people’s pray; r meet ing every Sunday ai 0 p. m. Rev. R IL Abbott. Pastor I    15« PTI-T—Sabbath School at the Baptist >eaCe 1 church every Sunday ai 12 m. Ladies prayer-meeting every Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock, at the resi ieute cl Mrs. Th is Green. I’oN'or.ecivTioKAlrf—for Main and Wash* igloo *treels Rev H. If. Aidkk, l’a-ior. Service every Sabbath at 104 o’clock. A. M .    ! 7 I M. Sabbath School al 12 si. L’nioa brayer mwiiag eveiy Thursday evening al 7 o’clock. McTitonisT -- Rev. I. I.ainbi r-on, w ill preach iii the Rapiisl church, of ibis village* on Sun lay evening, the 21st in-!., ami every alternate Sabbath thereafter, at the ‘-ame time ami place Kl*I.'cor vt,—Services morning and even- In I ing will be held at the court boo ae, on t fir.-,I and third Sundays of ea* Ii month. Kiev. R It. I The sermon preached Abbott, ut the Pre-byiei fill- village. July J. lS7b, i corporal cd the i>i-tory of I if* fir^t organization to iii has been printe*l in bv R it. ii. lit t! PAMPHLET FORM in a neat an't attractive n FOR SALE AT HUS OFF mer, lh The sermon sh oui ii n. riio«e of our friends -Rill cling to nil bout the if til c cl** tn, cir' Ka we en ar1 INFLUENCE OF CH31STIAKITYI tile erron* .<rf a, rn *YJ It ahotvs the most wonderful CHURCH GROWTH Un I v e a - vmi>t—A* <un<tuj« ii.!- ri cjfi, ai Mato 4 o’ei-Rkv tic M il ;k* Ma. Gnrnv UT. ever v fon no any when gasized in the fall of ber-, a Idilion* bare ■ •> that the total nuru roll, up to the pre-* the-**, Hifj have been feaeioa of faith. Or ient* ma< er of n g'l. ALI'.EitT LIA rWlDll t M\HKtT A lbk J ll; th Uke lh U.- w HK IT •'ORN. ; f> (TS » fire or The t Lea Aug. ilt. u,,I SABBATH SCHOOL WORK r pay iii ort if' t. (J I wn LA it t dr \ in. thfV ! lh VI if ii a lr red. not ai k - J : LII t * , I IM 11 A ! I UR. per Cwt. FLOUR..... per cw t....... \ int ii 40 SO SIX MISSION SCHOOLS Hi t, J, bt I. and »n con board L„ . I .r ling lh I*... 11 g ■ I lieu t» in w 11 h i I ant I „ Ti More I corded th residence iiKViNG —Last week we refuel of the burglary at tho Mr Balker, and this week his valuable hunting dog has disappeared The man wha stele *• Ned." can the rear. where we were vergiowing a bed of decayed log-l his Was the relic of that old scho -I house, it was like visiting tho grave «»f tim curliest and dearest friend. Few of the familiar faces remained, and these, instead of being young, were now pas! middle life. Tic old homestead was also undistinguisha! Ie,aud nothing could be recognized save a deep run in I HE noted ease of the St ite of Min nesota against ex Auditor Me Brat wherein the latter i> cl Mate out ! ol a dials, Las just been de referee, Mr. Grcenleut ( lark "I the del en d >i ii t, The S. M. It. It. and Its Pre-eat Elf ciont Management. From the Rushford f-tar. Ti'ue brings great changes the Mar first lighted the rkv vicinity, curses long, leu i ai were daily hurled ai the Minnesota Railioad It had bern run in the interest of tin* managers, without r gar ! lo either th people or the bond-!, (Mer-, and the rights of b eh The some ' by them. the before d ii vet is to anv t>*c- grading was -J tile. ai the cars were rui when th** road w ii iii- c indit'u ii- * I »V I % ll, is* ating to the ii i ■ I - being!!! -j ae* w ung. st rail to a settled, un i we ba further word- to stole to a *Ie*d ism or up red language w r up. t ii ii I it< ii.. moth - mn. f the d ll si ti ci. no in ii ti i J. t K .1 Who f I h C 'lit rn tuineu to subs! inc would iii cat wi-vht* ref town. under tv iz *d the ta West* or any o ti, it iii ur no ; inst nu it! >n*. os, aiid g'arin C iff* sn lit j. ■ t n ii- n ihat a it nest ion is I r i    i tis** od and iii <.ug bt t » be fir t cs not now. ne i* ti v. r v*. ;! 'TANI .VRD I • V sue.I sti<Je. EN, Aug ll. I Au: er- rr» trier mg eggs, p HU.KS. 2 HIDES. » SH KEP HAMS. Hams, SIM I* LDL IU Reef. on f*.a«. per lh...... Pl IRK. ti reused, per cwt POT ATOES, per bushel T VLI OW, per fK>un«i...^ TURKEYS, per pound... » HH LENS. ter noun!.. .I *..... ereen, per lb..... •Ii v. per IL ..... PEL TS........... e*Hin!ry, per lb., -wgar-cured, pei per It___ . (*ft Ct, IO ceremoniif©IG far, w tisaas; list <.. 04 fen IG last, Ac., &<.. 75 o, I * *0- I2|{*> u 15 (a? DB JIO (ti. 121 i. OS (m 12J ;.. 02|f% v The editu..A "MfCt to send copi‘JU Cl I to preverv*♦ D7 t i | make ap] ’ V\ hen the j07 f't. n j tv c .cfur fi ai ion is at a e refirern i I if* »UT I ber is ex; I, ii at bt r %llarket. FIR TI! KUI r ! KLOOR: STI H K I* *N.. ! M< *\ iii *%* ING.*, I LNCIN* NG ..... ...« RH ARDS, For Sal** lit tli«- Sttiiulnrd OUI***' ii I NG Dre UMBER. li)i_ ■ -ahe j v rte wsi I j J* q * J Ii, wh I Ie the v*r ( in; partyon- i ?! IV,.odr- M OUI ti V h *ast of ha vin; tho counfv. one f the best dogs in < da (lams ani miniature water mills. The run is now dry. A quarter of a mile away was once the home of our nearest "ll we were wont to build were trampled upon l r pcrsoml po ti* Fall Blowing Hun ired* cd* our to p neighbor i he toad leading to ii farui-r* have c inimenced preparations passed thr nigh heavy timber. The two for next year’s crop, by plowing their j iamilies of children were wont land. a KW Hor Northwood, i house The Pioneer says it is nice one.” For vc.,rs thi> Mao- I .th iirs ex:.* and as a ef»nsequtnee th*; bu.-in* the road had suSered, and the i . St. 11 a- almost a w«*ck. Then came tin* pr sent man Mr vY i \ Van    To him leu li the The arr r, h v . back and It rill over a hard-traveled prosp* ct must have lo k*’d gloomy, and ere I )iek tin: Sit t o we a very immediate success doubt I al. Lu se a general he surveyed the field before him, and his experienced eye Saw viler* in the trouble lay Here wa> a roa I runriing thro igli one hundred md seventy-five miles of a** fertile Linda* pathway, in their constant intercourse of with each oilier An irrepressible iin- g    a    two—tory    I puke led us to this spot only to find the most melancholy change of all. The premises have not been occupied lur over J5, and nothing remained Personal.    | save a hole in tho ground that once    any in    the New World, thickly popu- Mr    Frank    Drake,    w ho    was    employed    I represented a cellar. The large field    lated    with an enterprising and iudus- * .j - n*    i,i i bsd been gradually contracted by Hie triou* people, during a s«‘a- ii > I prosin this office in 1800, passed through    •    .    ,.    J    .    *    k    ,    ^ : encroachment ol timber growth, until j perity    in every branch of business. *°'n    on    *i"nua\.    .lr.    D.    has been    , only a few acres n w remain that can    with -ut competition, and yet th road while iu wauk'M*. to act uh b turd rfuse I to * cashier of H e Wis ?■ it un in-ar iii c c kl •*. as *tat I in th being one of ti* - arid t he p-rson .* • » pf ndent * Mi *t<d th* IV I, mI TOR » I * vnI* VR i» :— I nI No it* rt*i» rf i» Si, tor (hi >i f f » r t i ('fill t VI * f » Ti..'. j i ne a rerage atandhiput I ? s ii havin'* I ■ si ;«•?. rtnin? t \ ii IU; Hi. **n the »ti^ st the Clo: ground gonerFall j J -ai, M IV. I « ' * . w I . . inn bunn... .. .OI Cora Mi ...rn Anna lh.i l a v j Frfinn ie Van I’un Dot n t ai ... ta Honan... *n 87 Mary lit .. .83 Minnie I ....hi Bella Dr ..82 Artie Bt\ 'I ICi ne] Dagga U..MI EM nu Kot\ I? I *» I r . I Ti a ..... ...78 ThomasRI an i**l, * * Knaj j cii 78 I hon*« -< Th Al tun* t -ti* e -77 Hattie SA ifii1 Dunn ... ,...7*’» M av he I1 Mag >:it B ;tk*r~ ...77 Marv lls E—Ole ( KR IF i * .* Fi ►r ?! lost rn-! :u*t 11 rf cad iv writ. intra! .Volire*. DEMIN PariC I OUM! < D>TENTION *ver L« t *t v on tut sac! ti lo w chut: ' t bf >rk V, INTU. git - O bf igo-J agal . gilt v- fix . i * in* Mina ani. C three Mi I lh d be 'Ir Br wn. to a • as tiiis-tee and r* fer e, ami full an I minute in si ructions given him in bi* app-nnt-taeni, a* to his du-y The b md* wore iu no event to bo delivered, unless the r ad wa* bu'.!* an I the cur- rutin eg thereon and ail tin* conditions f the re- 'intion c«o: rJit I publishing the Pl ash ford Star for the past two or three years. with, on not d ti Sudden Heath — The wife of E O. Wheeler, of Austin, retired to her room to dress, on Monday^©!* last j week, and while there alone, died of I be called a clearing. The road leading running behind every year; t3 this had been gullied out by freshets, every \iliage and farm-house the * ■ • so that instead of the smooth path, was pie were arrayed against it Mr. Van nothing hut a mass of surface boulder*, Horne’s good railroad sense perceived over which the green moss lay heavy at once that in order to succeed in biland thick. The growth of large timber iness with a people, it is necessary to : then b f t I. ISTM    If bv that time the b *nd- were to he returned to the town. lf the board did not certify to the referee, on or before June I, I ST 6 tilt the company had earned the bonds, (he referee Was to inv* -fg *rbv r*    J taking evidence on the ground, a* to the fact If he found the em biri rn- >;ct* u o ♦***........40 MARY J. BURKE, 'I earlier. A Wa* That win, .In vol vc the Gkcat I’. WM’.* of Kl KOI*!:—A fl J. IT Kl .MHT A ai:ai*'a T — Shot*l l En,btnd. Ra*st«, Pru--Ll. Austria. !• ran<*e an*! Turkey. Le-eor.u* »ut< Wed in a ge neral war. a* appearances at present indicate, ii will call from the fi I I an I workshop* the un«*inpl*>ve«J i < - I \ cs of . of tho**? c< ant ries B fiat w ill Le the consequence ? The war will be long and bion !y, and the drafts made up- Pr (I ti i. others, who are in*.e * on of K*:F(*i.m, and ti* Federal and Local Cb nrter bin nur I ranee tit-* h •>l V m l e< »und t. TI i va;i< rn-te*man- ioction is of the iii and p aud in "in * IO aud cvotequc a people Upou this para rn .•a! i.'-u ■. ac cordially mr Yr lh** co-o’ lion of all -air fell eof-ci t iz* u9, of wha party a ho are eurne-t and willing :o aith us in the work of lonelier io u reform.    F.    II    ALL Chairman Dem. t o. Cc Dated Yuras! 14th. |87*>. KOR S VLK—Several choice lots in Parker’s Addition to Aiberl Lea. These are iii! ((tit ! itg*‘ size, and co Inman*! some of ti.'* finest scenery in this section. Apply t VT execution si'ii t he roux I !iuu: Le.*, in the en Saturday, the : O D G. PARKER. had long since been cut away, and in have the good will of that people, it its stead had sprung up a young thicket, j the road was a necessity to the people.    ,,    ,,v    IVMMW    %MV)    v,I1Hllll„ls apoplexy. I bysicians express the j almost impenetrable, and as gloomy as    so were the people a necessity to ther^>ad.    not complied with, he    wa* to    return the opinion that her death was instanta- a graveyard at midnight. Altogether    I    and should have their interests protect-    I    bonds : if complied    with.    to deliver neeu* ; that she had not a moment’s I t^erc were no pleasant associations con-    ed Nearly two years have elapsed    them to the company nected with this first visit to the home since lite* career upon this road began, Hence it will be *<*en that Hie im mi- to i, ' will i .»«;r i;»]d*llv and by a steady adh* r.*nce t*> that nent danger cd a wrong Jai delivery f policy—by ;» manly, dignified rigliting the bonds did not exist, they w. r«- nev-of the wrongs, and by a skillful and or delivered to the 0)>mt*anv. Wore iii warning.. __m    j    ol our childhood, save the warm greet- Democratic Bounty Convention. I rcce’vcd from the hospitable people —Kl se where will be found a call for a 1 * lJKlt re<-'*,C)n    ,    .    .    .    . T    .    r    rom    hereto buckopnrt was a ride economies management in other mat-’ *af< and emin**ntly re** msibl Lim Democratic County ( onvention, We ;    of two hours. Here we found a town never charge for tile insertion of no-    of 4.500 inhabitants, without, a nevrs- tices devoted wholly to purposes of re-    PaPer or a visible sign of enterprise. form, and the rc-adin- of this notice I    1^", as also at Frankfort and Wiater- , . .    ,    .    i    port, the blinds to the houses were wou in icatt t rat no ct icr 1 ea is    mostly closed and everything wore the J and    respect    him,    as    a square man    and contemplated by them, and we publish    gloomy aspect of solitude or abandon-    upright,    practical    raiii -oad    manager, i contention Mid many hard thou rbts the item as a matter of charity.    I    ment.    Centennial. On every hand we hear words of good This i* news « . we I never had be na on the laboring classes for soldiers will -lop the bu-y hum of the worksdiops and paralyze the agricultural interests of    _____ Enrol*. Then will (he riot granaries of i \ViNn„w Cl RTAIXS —A whole line our Northwest be opened and our cereals , „f wi„,|,,w rur„;M and shades Cull be on mand fabulous prices. Mannfaemring foullj Jt    S’KHOE A SPICEK’S. industries awakened, an i on** half million    _     ^    -..... of skilled American anizans fin«l employ- I Wall FapkR—Burlies purchasing intnt in the ;mlu>trial e*t;ihl!«hment* of n    .*    „«_____ .i , ,    ..    ,    wall pi per .*t u* can have the our country—and gun! from our Euro pean    k *    « inio the laps in***Died free of charge. of eur'l**?ervinp! an«l patriotic ciii/ens. 14tf    NYRiHix k Slicer. of thotii wit) then forrr* r r**gtol (    —-<► —- Albert Lea. Aug;,-: Bberifi Lovely A Darker Attorneys fur l’h ly an<i >iatt* it I; lay of >cj ;u.-i loth A. I T J NII ’ Freeborn int iff LII AN. M.nn. A J    T    T?    A Restaurant! in. CS-. JEX^JKTSOJhS: K>—ps the :wr-t cbr-ii-*tiiut »**t of the Town, having in co ti ne vt i wa uininU ‘Loom, t'in re lay Krir I ran *>♦ *' reaoooabl** r i*tc* # I HE AF.**! KEEPS TH E RF ST BTfM'K OF I'AN DI ES, FKL ITS. srrc* n and dry i. 8 II Oil CASB .NOTIONS. GROCE HI KS. TEAS. Ai*. IC. found in fh.s part of the State. SHILL PROFITS IM)(JIM SHB t- his mo*I*( Broadway, npp* aile the Dost (*fti •* \'b-rt Lea, Minn.    J    Hyp    I 3. J. BALCH, Havi z rente*! tio* fine shop, tortnerle **** i Kj A. bt' iii, is now prepared lo <Ir» .VI k nds of repairing, parlienlarly in tn« line ol 11!agons,, Sleighs, lions etc. Wood work on plows, a!-. .ii.ting Done to Oi'dor Z Everything eheay and on »Fi ae* ii Gice Him a Call. Albert Lea, Mina. Dr ALBERT LEA IRC® FCUIDEY Machine Snoi'S A LE I A MILLS. MILK SA FES. ad rh * MOST DER KE* T Alarkct AU at reduced CASTINGS FURNISHED sui re pa upon Ma* Aliner t <1 im* to arder K*»unat ry near (Fie llrpoi 17* 2-7    J    Ibm    Lew,    Minn 1776 EVERYBODY 1876 lh >»7 Y>*r (J.'ti. fnvjthrr. Fbi TIME WI) LOW BITES*. II MF CA HU ii wnuke*. ran i ti av* n. IN EFFECT MAY 28th J l*e. 7: »» r. a. •Y IX a. a. At. T2s*» rn. 8edU r. m. Mb4# a. a, 2.©7 r The- *Mick—r Time. La wert Rate. BET WEEN MILWAUKEE PHILADELPHIA. • in el af! I9 ai sits Hunt. € i    Ilsiven l{uut«% Detroi ann Milwaukee ll R. A Nil HAMS II ID UN t\ I *. i. ti i I r o lirke;- en *»le A* ai: j rn. i* ii • ■ uita iu the N.>ftbwr-t, i' t 'O’ » Or • . Ii<f. 0&J ut I' lh M (ut, on . A. L>. Dated iauic tor.®, he has gained the confidence of all aud could, in n . with whom he has been brought iii bus ti! all the cen*] iness contact, arid secured for the road with a good reputation arid increase g bu-i. ■ut. he delivered ut:. ons were complied they prettified the splendid opportonity to pa - - uhhout visiting that grandest of triumphs, our Centennial. Siever before has the Great Fort Wayne \ Denn«ylvanis* Railway ottered such in-(liicements to the traveling public. 'Hie crate of the bonds has oeca tut** iii lice It will be seen that each town is to 1 be represented by three delegates; hut j how nutters will be arranged in those towns that for years have failed to cast It is a fact that the Grand Detour plow is the best iii market. „    I    superb -ights, the glittering line of double j It i?    a -sorted,    in    the    article referred    steel ran tracks, the magnificent palatial ness. i (tippets have learned to know that    the    signing    and    pLicii    it    in    cs-    ca is from anich the Centennial visitor can view the scene* of our euuntrj’s early ,    struggle, running through tile ti«dd of I    Rrad'iock’s defeat, and winding over the ;    ranges of the Alleghauiet, enjoying ii sun* I    rise on the famous lo rae-shoe curve, and ____.    _         :    for hundreds of miles passing in the midst .the road, under his conin:?!, will be bright and prosperous will spoken of Lim ; and we feel encouraged to believe that the future of ; b of it, and u.v acquaintance with the tax paying portion of our citizens has ecu quite a? extensive and intimate as the author of the ai lid* The purpose of the article seems lo The Three-Horse Evener Association, j be t0 CilM reflect i* ti upon me, for mi- According to the Wells Gazette, that number of Democratic votes, we , the business of. that place has settled are unable to state lake, for instance, j down to croquet. What has become of I <4 Defile county, met at Pal mer lee’s jading Hie board, or upon them for be the towns of Freeman, Mansfield, Hay- ; the chee.-e factory, the creamery, the    ^rlday*    l]le    ail(l    made    ar-    q1Lr Uii^\cJ, for to the mind of the auth i *>; i . * i> t. a *« * I •    ,,    ",    .    .    I    rangements to defend the suits that have    '    -    - ward, I,iceland, l.ancroit, and Man- anes.... well., the peat machines, | bwn coniuienoed v,iost M10e of lheir chester, which last year ea^t a total of j Thompson’s farms, the barrel factory, number by Barnes k Defendorf The 17 Democratic vet, s. are this called upon to Will thev do it ? or of the article there remains no ques tion but that the bonds were illegally issued : his court of last resort, the pres- tif scenery, >o startlingly gland, charmingly beautiful and picturesque sublime, as to baffle the descriptive powers of the in<>ft graphic pen-picture correspondent, or i be FOR SALE OR RENT I FREEBORN CONTY rOOR FAUM ! J SI 14    Apply    lo W. *\ LINi’OLN. SI I IHA LL S —.?/.#tt.V*/;TIC AO.SIC \X all Pa per —60.000 rolls of as-    _ sorted wall p iper. Fine quality just ( The Cheapest Soap that eau he tued for the following Reason>: 1st—One bar will go as far as two of any other g»L—Only half the u*ual rubbing being require.*, there i* a saving of more than the entire c-t of the soap in labor alone. —The clothes are made Fwkkt, Cir *n. and White without boiling or scalding, thus all injury to them is avoided. There is a saving in fuel and hard work, and the washing is done in fir This h lap only i owl# ktvjtjg Mil-, auk-- f r it- vt * -*t*i n G rut iou*, aad it* - ‘ire always Th; -awe S'.'MO t it* cist a- other bae* q»n*tefroa* t'kirn-. ■ is protect Ai _■ ani identifying ii**-lf it?* lac int* rests of th* great Nort!*'***!.. $16 per Acre ImprovedFarm For Bale. Fill** farm of 1*4) acres ; I tai    now Cowed ready for crop:    turn*    .* living springs. Go< I tv nee aroaad tho entile farm. Good house, «ta>,n*s. Ac, D st-< fee acct - iii* la ad, with daily uuaik. N “It** I boose IOO yards from tho door. Albert Lea in full view. 2a miles distant, 7 ne everything that heart can wish ia for sale, catertrkist**. U EDGE \ 111 BRS. Agent*. Albert Lea. Mian. March 22. 187ft.    I* Farmers, Leek at his ? i -ie-e w indy days v%!u*u yawl go to town, J a will do good to ».«t; ta,-if, y V OU CU I a (Le received aud to: stile Fry 14tf    NY    SDGx    A SriCEK. IMT LL and get a cup of r -aiaiil FOR S XLE Kirby reaper. 27 if -One joilkyrnke, and one Cash or on time. J. \Y. SMITH. Hot Coffee! for five cents. MANSE LIBRARY FREE TO AI.L who will return the books promptly. :Ld.- abotif iialf the iiMim I time is year the machine shops, the monster grist attendance was not very large, but all ent {own attorney, having so decided called upon to furnish 18 delegates, j mill ? Have all these been converted ' lm>se,it were determined to fight the , When the author knew, or sh uld have j into immense croquet grounds ? i i,aj u,,y «*** domuiittee. K ii. Couse is to canvass “ Love’s Labor Lost.”—It almost invariably proves to Le a case of lost thing through, and to that end agree to j known, that no question of the legality , P*y *»y Mwwaen^of *!•« executive „t- lssaillg t, ,0d.-, was over prcs-nt. THE tiEBMAN-AMERICAS HAIL IS- .    ,    ,, SUSAN! i: (‘OMI’ VNV. of St. Paul, La,; ,    15    ■' I',"““'J »> h{>} ...pointed A T Hr:,Ake thfin .gent for dol ors not to .nj,.re ti., o!,.the. or Imnds. i .I* a-«    .    m    •    •    ii-    and    as    one trial will enable any PcWOl enthusiastic landscape portrayer in oil ated !    tlu*    ,UU!‘;V .    J*' l!* * p ',4    a*c**rtaiu the truth of these statements, it colors show ing the well defined evidence    !*n<    ' r‘ * ° Y . f''V n*in    ♦ nil a I would never pay tho proprietor to engage in the creation of masterly grandeur of the |    [J*om    b}}‘1 ' °,?n.s’ *oxle. .In    ’'^ . . J    in an extensive system ol advertising an I Supreme Architect of the universe, which j * hems*. \ ca afi*,ns    v'^*s 0    !    8    '    •    |    c\aini    8UCb decided merit for hi* Soap, tinge plentifully abounds upon the line of the *PPb*l*»g *° *mt* Ltakke.    lbtf    ^    flom    inwiiif^    ihr-t railway of America, Hic Great Korf Wayne ;    I    }|    woui,j    prove    to    be    in    every    respect    what and Pennsylvania. Descriptive and cie- }    claimed    for it. gaudy illustrated guides et over LO pages Children Cry for Castoria.    This is also a superior soipfor toilki may be had tree, by w riling to the General    It js    } leaMnt to tnkt, houeVf an<i ^    absolutely    aud sn va iso purport s. Office, No. ho, dark Street, Chicago. List of Letters cd to or passed upon by me Arid I • •    ii    j    L    •    i    i    the Country nod SCCUre all the members think vt.or roaders will I, mo on* in Remaining uncalled for in the post j ib|e T1,ure is u , e Daniber of I '"uk J" ‘r rLa,Jirs W,U mc ou‘ Nothing Like It. — of regret that any per SOU will persist in using adulterated Baking Powder and labor for Iowa horse thieves to attempt I office at x I hen J ca Mint, Am/id j £UbMU,e . ^lcre 14 ,arf    |    saying    that    the    old b lard had quite a® , I I office at Albeit Lea, 3J mu., Aug. 14, j farmers it, the county who have used. DJllch interest in. and were quite as no- j cheap Sulcratus, thus injuring their! hnrnilt-sH. It is mire to ezpel wnnus, cure wind colic, regulate the bowels and stomach, and oTer-It :s a t*;iu.*e ! rome irritability cwiuwd by rash or cutting teeth. It is a perfect substitute for Castor Oil, and for costiveness in young or old there is nothing in ex-i.-tanee so effe.tive and reliable. WAHNER, RHODES A Co. Wholesale Fancy Grocers, General Agents*, 28m3    Philadelphia,    Pa. to Gf ie their booty through this county. :    . The arrest of two of these desperados    gentlemen’s    list. las*i. week furnished us with 'a local    James S Carroll    A L Klosfer item, anJ now we record with pleasure    ^fx Gardner    Dr. A Dittz 1    |    John Gulbrandson    Th S Town 2 the capture of still another. It the j    Olson L Haavtvet    Thore Olson Vee rascals must steal horses* and desire to I    ^ ^ retain possession of the property, they ;    LADIES    LIST. Hid lid steer clear of this county"    :    Ilermonson Miss A    Itasainusson Miss A i    Jess}>erson Miss A    Skjem Miss Si grid I    Nelson Miss Nelda 3    Tampson Miss Kari An interest! ng article on Forest    Kelson Nellie C    Torgrimson Miss B Culture^ n.ay 11 It und < n the firrt page. i    olsoi* Miss Betsy or would use the evener, that have jjoitoun for, the financial prosperity of; health, when they eau save money and ! Til© latGSt, gr©£lt©St and ta© never been notified to walk up to the town, and quite as capable and health bv u<inff D B DeLaod c'c Co ’» ! mortrehsbteremedyewpwllogrthrt bymeduzl Captain e office and settle. Dodge Cen- honest aa the present board, on whom !    '    ‘    J .    .fte /    * Vt xni, 8Clpnoe for    Wound*,    Swelling*. fee Hrc'i’i    r    a    ii    I    l*rst    (    I    Hilt teal l$(lltralU$ IHC UianU- burns, Caked Breast, fie., is the Centaur Jrfinlment. I cast no reflections, and that any in- THE PARKER CUM. rr A big railroad strike is in progress on the Ohio and Mississippi Ilaiiroad. It is certainly an unfavorable time for strikers, when one hundred unemployed men stand ready to step in and occupy each vacant place. sinuation to the contrary is un warrant ed. neither are they Hie kind of men to be overreached in a transaction of the kind referred to. Now, to an ordinary man, it would seem, the bonds beinwhere Mr Brown for the board bad placed them, as safe as in his own bank yaqlt, and it being facturers II. A. DeLand & Co., are Tbm ar** two Mud*. What th.* white UntaMBt is for th© human family, the Yellow (VDtaur Liniment public benefactors, aud they wail alit for apa vine*!, lam© aud strained horse* and aui- the Best Chemical Siler at us to be always mate. uniform, pure, healthfulfand far ahead of any other article for cooking purposes. It has never failed lo give satisfaction Try it, and be happy. Til" t Far* i- near dt*ur smith mf R. h. airier (Vs store. J. J’. COLBY. % I T I *|    *1 To thr Working < Ih-<*—Wr «-*u furm*b ©pi) •• ynicui at \» Ii reb you eau uiak© \rry larg© in your own i<caliUm, whtlibtnH M© away f ni^hr. Agn t- wuuttd ^iu ever town r , tak** uni -it.: ? :■ .u.» f«»r The * lenten I'y ■    :he liirg* st , -ii ... atieri in th* United HI — Iii j.;(<4 t*i iuti.n-; I legautly llluatra Venn* •>!• .j $1 (er ye.- r. The Record is devts* * .aleger ie <•{ interest omuKWI with the * -ent a1 year. The Great I \i.i! itnm at Phikulelphi, fill!) ill i»-t r «t I :n <ir*fa t. K very boh waote it. W* ; >• •( lr feel great u.irreft their country’* I tei lei Uirthiiay, want t • know all about it. elegant i<atrioti*; crayon drawing premium pie! i* pro. ated to e*rh eni rd er. It lo entitled, reinen.lieranee of the One Hundredth Anuiven of the Ina* j t'Hilt’IU*t* pf the I’uitad State*.** 8t,W uiehi a. \uy one ran letoot a turret »t(eu*, t>»r but slt*>w tim J »|tar and picture and I dr©*** »f sui n*wra ar© (pily obtained*verywj I * *'    ’    b‘*e*»u*    — that will pay Uke thi* at p eoi, We . •»%* i:. a a y agouta who are ut akin high a- i.n j er day and upward.-. Jo w h> the ti s a t delay, lo in rn ber it e*,*ta n.along to tai butine** a trial. Seud f -r urcirealar-, tv) *:,d - ar ; Ie <•. . v . » ; aper, n hkh art eagt fre* t I it beday. G-Uipieta uiAt Ire ieeitki to engngn. Earner re and intel a aud .tang ut VWS uni*- th* vtri ba* hirww TH* (’XRTX*NIAU R*CriRl>, ‘    Portland,    Main th i th* ag, nth Money to Loan% An unlimited amount of money lo loan on iavui security at a low rate of interest. STADY & TYRER SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR PARKER BRtfS WEST MERIDEN,CT. IOX a AJXHHLS OF ALL KINDt> Cv: Iv oil !.,.ud aid fur 3*iu m I ,

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