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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - August 17, 1876, Albert Lea, MinnesotaScissors and Paste. A. blacksmith is always striking for Wages, Progress of childhood.—Prom pap to papa. Say “ I will,’' and some day you will conquer. The labor of some men’s lives seems to be to avoid doing duty One of the hos'ile chiefs is called “ Rye Face.” He is the flour of the Sioux. Some of our foreign relations—Aunt Arctic, Cousin German, and Farther India. Sitting Bull, the Sioux Chief, won’t believe there are over 10,000 whites in the country. When a printer can’t find a capital A, why ought he to use B ? Because it is the next thing to it. We are never so well iueliued to believe in a stroke of good fortune as when one has just been dealt to us. A young man admiring the delicate fabrics for collars in a milliner’s store, wished he was emperor of all the ruches Statistics show that thus far in this Centennial year two boys have been born to every girl, and a very fine arti cie of boy in every instance, too Does this mean another war. or merely less talk ? One of the most touching and suggestive spectacles of the new era, i.- that •of a Niagara hackman reclining upon •a luxurious lounge smoking a fii’ty-cent cigar and calmly perusing the latest stock list. A man went into a drug s„ore yesterday to buy a thermometer, and got mad because they showed him one worth SI 50. He said he wanted a thermometer as low as he could get it. An impecunious individual was heard to mutter, as he finished reading a railroad hand-bill, headed, “ Through without change ”    ‘‘ That’s the road I shall take ; no fault to find with them terms.” A Southerner, writing from Cape May to his home paper, wonders why a prudish girl, who will dance with i.o one but her brother, will run along the beach, naked as to the knee kicking sand at her beau. “ Is that a friend of yours ? ” asked a gentleman pointing to a party sailing rapidly down the street. 11 Can’t tell you till next Saturday,” replied the in div dual addressed. *‘ I ve just loaned him five dollars.” A woman writes thatu a man can hold his age much better than he can hold his youth ” To whi h might add that a woman can hold Ii age much better than she can h Id lier mouth, but a respect for our hair prevents us from making the remark. Somebody asked a man who was troubled with boils, yesterday, what he w.»s taking for them. He said he had been taking a dollar apiece but he was willing to let a friend have one for seventy five cents. True friendship is far above mercenary co isiderations A western editor’s account of a tr ns fu siou of blood into a rival: "An enormous jackass was procured from the poor farm of the c-unty arid taken up into the editorial rooms. The surgeon ripened its femoral artery near the neck, and e r fully,inserted a piece of old gass pipe. J his was connected with Mr Brown s jugular vein, and about four buckets of blood were transfused ii.ti him. A lady in Bedford, who lived near a church was sitting by the window listening to the crickets who were loudly chirping, the music from the choir being fa'ntly audible, when a gentleman dropped in familiarly, who bad just passed the church and had the music full in his mind. “ What a noise they are making to night !” said he ** Yes,” said the lady, “ and it is said they do it with their Iii ti I legs” Pull-backs have the:r drawbacks, a young woman of Keokuk, la. found when she went to a Masonic entertainment last we<k. She looked at the banquet table with horror, ejaculated to her escort, 'Good gracious:    Are    they coing to sit down '( I didn’t * xpect that — I—I ain’t fixed to sit down.” lie found a place for her alongside the muntlc-pieco, where she could take her supper standing mac** A President’s Widow. The only lady who ever married a President of the .Knifed States is Mrs Tyler, the widow of President Tyler who was an occupant of the White House when he married Miss Gardiner I here was a tragedy associated with Mr Tyler’s wooing of this lady, which is thus told by a Washington correspondent:    One day (in 1843), while he was courting the lady, he was invited, together with his cabinet and others, to take a sail down the Potomac a little way. and witness the testing of a new cannon. Previous to the test the party had a social glass of wine iii the cabin below IM I ss Gardiner was along, and by her bewitching conversi! lionsoenchantcd her Presidential suitor that he lingered in the cabin after the rest of the party had gone above. Word was brought that the gun was about P-be fired, and it was gently suggested that lie should come on deck But still he lingered, fascinated They got tired waiting for His Excellency,and touched of! the gun It was a fatal experiment The cannon burst, and spread death among the invited guests w ho had come to witness its ti iumph. Two member* of the President’s cabinet, and Mr Gardiner, Cat bet jnf tile beautiful lady in the cabin below, were killed by tho explosion The President and Miss Gardiner, by their failure to go on deck, escaped all injury Of course tlo* j tragedy horrified the nation One day a few months later. John Tyler packed j his valise at the \\ bite House, and ran I oyer to Ne v York and made Miss Ga-- j diner his bride. I he engagement had ' been kept a sec jet, and the marriage I came upon the New Yorkers as a sr.'-- j prise. A hundred guns were fired in honor of tilt* event, and it was the social sensation of the day The bride was taken to the hire House, and dispensed its hospitalities in a queenly manner. •Vete •Ii ii vert i sent en is. n agents wanted for the great Centennial history ll sell- faster than any other book ever i>ublikhed, J One Agent sold 61 copies in one day. Mend for our ' extra term* to agents. National Cublishiug Com- i pauy. Chicago, 111., st. Louis, Mo., or Cincinnati,**, ' $ I O 11 *iuy at * Agents wanted. Outfit * ! V * fc terms free. THUL & CO., Augusta, Me. feta Lh, sr.wears M&aMMura Bpi mama A limn of noted Health wae asked how it was he seemed to be always well. lam not particular in my meals; leat what I like ; and whenever I feel under the weather, I r sort to my TAK KA NT‘8 .SELTZER APERIENT. which I keep always in the house. Wise man, and economical aswell. He dites not resort to violent means for relief. Hi- uses nature's remedy in the shape of this aperient. WAN THD.—Traveling Salesnu and exf-euacs j aid. Gem Louis, Mo. an. Fair salary Mau’fg co., fest. ■J\ W KEH guaranteed to Male ami V / / Agents, in their locality. C its NU + Female NOTHING try it. Particulars .Tee. P O. VI! KEHV & O.. Augusta, Me. $5. $20 “I per day at home. Samples worth $1 free. Stinko* Ai o., Portland, Me. FARMERS, LOOK AT THIS! —  -  --  Fanning-Mills The proprietors take pleasure in calling with Young’s Patent Double Repeating attention to their beautiful improved I Screens, warranted to thoroughly clean “TOMAN” EEEI) ORGAN, believing it t« Ie the ],e>t I* v PI OB md HIU 11 ESTRAL OLGAX mai.ufjutu’-eri. The peri feted herds in this lust re mn it are .v *»d and voiced with tho utmost care, aud, in conjunction w it Ll the improved Io-ed Chun.her produce a sweet, pun*, and p w rful tone. SU CHU Ii CASKS -—OF-- KEW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS. IUTEIT H T sic It EF K PT A1’ I, E Manufactured of Hla< k Walnut, finished with French W ii hi ut Tau ch cud Ma-.-i\« menu, fern mg fine aper ii ne ne < f cabinet w a ml, < in. lick. The Handsomest and Best —AT THE— LOWEST PRICES. Heft rebuying sn infer! r tnstrun • ut ai a fabulous piire ON TI WF. write sud a-c < itaiu tbs price • .I a superb r one (nil (’AKU. Miai*t< rn, i bur chee, Teach, rn, Schools. Lodg< s, A sh. i..a - : p Stamp for prict list and discount*. EEALTTr: a \vi’I find ii to their a Wantage to . xaiuine thin Organ. It has improvewuMits f. ui <1 in i, . <.»| er. • SI Pe-j.oiisil.h* parties want' d to handle th* > Instruments in every t* wn. < « rte.{pendcut* ** - grain from cockle, wild buckwheat, and all other fool duff. The practical man neids only to examine it, to believe all we claim ‘or the machine. Coming into general use in Noi; Inn n l«.w* iiiid Southern Minnesota. Our Screens may he readily fitted an i work perfect'y in any kind of Mills, and we are puling them in a1! other mil's. Orders solicited for Ii Hi ag old mil -Satfact iou guaranteed or no pay demanded.    CYRUS    s.    FEES!    OTT Call and see sample Work ut Gulbruud son Br©’a, or at C. S. Prescott.-, Albert Leu, .NLun.    27if VISSCHER & HALL’S CONCENTRATED POTASH Warranted (Qual to a.-y Potash in the Market, aaa far s iperior to Concentrated Lye, for ail purposes for which it is used. I    Doe sheet* ), Note    Duper...IO Ct:* I    ** Steel pens.................IO I    Pen-holder...................IO I    Package visiting    cards     lo I    Rubber eraser...............2D Legal JYotlee*. Mi I ( ake lip mucilage   . I Lead pencil  ............... I \ ard tape measure....... I Foot rule..................... A full length portrait W ashington, 24xJJO I nonce. Keuiiinr reii.il |»riee... .. 20 ...IO .—IO ...20 of ..I 50 *2 75 cl metal curia ii H*- fiji inakiti •r cleaning j u for maksnc -oh Iii ti d. )K yellow A NUV, OB KOUL UH Mi MI NG.’ How either Hex may fanciuate and gam the love and affection# of .-my pert* ii the} elm-*#, !n-Htijiif’y. Till# simple mental acquirement all can poH»ej*e, free I v mail. f< I 25 cents ; together with a in (Triage Guide, Kgyptian Grade, Dreams, Hint* t>    A i user Ii* »k. IOO,Olio fold. Lldre**, I. W rLUAM i C«*.. Publisher*. Philadelphia. Pen WANTI it.—Ait} Person ran make s.j(K) a month Ly idling our letter-copying I#* k. Any one that ha* a h ttee to write will buy one. No water or pres# uhiI. Send for plump and circular. Excf.i.kiok Ai co., IT Tribune buildmg (Chicago, 111. WESTERN LANDS!   rum irrnn ■—— HOMESTEADS ! /EOLIAN” ORGAN GO. IxmXBTOX, :s. J* w Put up in one pun v merit for u-e in t.i a lei soft Soap, ani { generally Direction* accompany each eau. For cleaning tj. j . pr<— - maeb paints, softening f J U I! t rec s in til,? for excellence an For sale by Groi < w here 11ssftlter A. Hair.- iB^ficldf and Bi-- ififectABt iVlttltT is    ai *    :    r the ruction of tile Tiotnto boer col ton .(.otto lo every j*ers n not now a subscriber who m ill mail to us One dollar, an i ten cetus to jut, j-ootage?*, we win    the    above    package I RH, an i i ie Magazine tor on** year. Solid now. A Idress Zeb! riiinuiei*- .Un VV as ii inglon. New Jersey. THE ENEMY OF DISEASE THE FOE is FAIN to Ainu •i-j, aud SI IM I grand (ll! S. M. IL IL LANDS. Tin*ne valuable ! abl. in h I reborn * ; I• u pi ic* «. ar.*! de gl rn: an (5 J MHK pp IS. • in: r.% *u ut v > r**n -till mn off* un. i e<l is th OII    Tern Time to w u.* w Them. ty .ng i mid de la rn. * cans. evern. i. It id far :*-truet boi-pit, t br I on Pat by Dri YI."St un ll! [lur tin lf you wa d reliable ’Bf. rmrdiou, where an*l how i to get a cheap I’ A It M r r verno.eut homekte.\i», ________ , f»■**<*. ►end your Mn -* to s. ii. GILMORE, laud i T\ •    /.    »'cnimi-M nor, lax : .. e. Bu; -a* and receive I tiring a recess of ( onjrress, Spi ak< r j n’rati*, a copy . f the Kun a Pacific Hoineetcad. of ii.-** all riK'iii \ * V! ort ga g< * - lo ii No ( X* -UM* us art no,' j a 27 mb ii* Lu HI VV u ll \I.L MUSTANG LINIMENT Iii WI1 ion HAS STOOD THE TEST OF FORTY _ TH A RE IS NO SORE IT WILL NTT HEAL. NO LAMI NESS J I WILL NOT CURE, No 4V£A* hf! 1N I1 A: A1 Filers IHF HOM A '• PGDN .Oil HL BOOT OF A HOSSE OR ' TH d DOMEN IIC ANI d AL. TH aT DOE. NOi YIELD TO ITS MAGIC TOUCH A BOHLE C j^TISG 25c ,50c., or Si HAS OFTEN nAVEu THE LIFE OF A HUMAN BEING AND RESTORED TO I IEE AND USEFULNESS MANi A VALUABLE HORSE 11vl OI d. • paid pay mefit* « Arr( M LON ANT. Agt ol Ti u-I« Orr spent a shi*rt time at the Warm Springs of North f’arolina, at the prii -pal hole, of which place he met the Rev. Dr \V .of Lexinjrton rl lie t\v*. had been biffin? for a time apart, each engaged with his own knot of limned*-ate friends, and by and bv the I) *et'>r and arofS° an'^ walked across the room with j tile old-time limp in his uait. Mr Orr immediately recognized him | and asked him if he w< re not the cha ' lain at the I’mversitv of Yirgi su<*h a time, tiamin*; the year. rl he Doctor replied that he was “ I was there, said Mr Orr, dent at the time, and I knew the peculiar iiuip of your step ” W ell,’ said the Doctor, a little s*•-a man | verely, though with a twinkle which cr J told that he spoke jokingly •• it »;* *jn s that my I im pi i.y made a deeper imprest'ii on yon tlian my preaching” THE NEW DOHESTIC P THE NEW YORK MILITARY AGENCY yr I ur I*, it ,ions f.,r (Cficev- v S ldiera « (lil ied. injured, or nip*sired, h*>wev«T rh yhtly ; * !>t»im< •I:, iurrea-e f , !<1 rate ; c iii* u; ir«*ar> f j ny and h uot>, .’cc. N t c borg** un'* - - i*u<v« Kr*ful. latter* pr->naptly amwert^d by atidn-King JT. H. SCHOIJU, ■ n-'vy ss I I si'.v, ,«l * Lam berri Steect, Ne" Y rk City, c»r*‘ P. O. H- x 4,531 PRUS SING'S WH1TE^“ isfih J. It. ti It IN* EM., r. r * I. * Ihrough Line North & South Oma WINE I. I' ll ii I *:i ■ '*U t n- b Ah, Doctor.” Orr, “ I deem it (juiekly n plied Mr the highest compliment we can pay a clergyman to say h. is known by his walk rather than bv his oocver-ation ” Bow to de-tinv. tine id these d; y* he may be ptditi* and return your bow fe.°rjt> Pa* nv. Strength arc! FU* or. \.*y y •*••: r., kern !*:,-. .. We (Trirrnnte* I* Ic rx* entirely free from sulphuric Acid or Miler deleted #.Ki«!ih«.,nc* « th which Wo* V*rmart*adulterated ln.n M \T'ccl::    Work* lr. KIM World. ITiMa. .nix L. i— I* Ll SSI NGA U<> .t.hiCOfO &olia "W c clit la ! ! ! $600,00qj_N_G I Fi’S! QranJtrt S*.h(n>? Ever Preseated to tie Pcllic ! A FORTUNE FOR ONLY $12 THE KENTUCKY CASH DIS! R16UT1NG COMPANY authrrizt d by a fipeiid a t cf the K<: -tu. I v fjftulainr., i r t»:e teuclit cf the J T'HLIC Si Hod s OF n.ANKI »un , will have the hr-! 1 their aerie-cf Grand Drawing* at Mum H ill, r THURSDAY, AUG. 31,1876 CH it TR AL IO WA, ffHuCU urn « AMO THE SOUTHV/ECT. DI H F r EAST ana ■Im.(iii m vrr-jr rn wi VV ^ i H # A ! 'N db # V — *a la.* IWO PAiSENCER I FA! f!S BW which ♦hr *u Fet id d th tilt' 111. RECLINIl’G-C PAFF THE LIGHTEST-RUNNING MACHINE IN THE CENTAUR LIUIMEITTS. 8(500,000! C'jPCH TiCKITS UPTN i fit '•rile ut nit I It t •-.( lf I ::v rLXlO DMC TH.\ *. I’OUTER, Ex-T.iv. Ey.f Oenl Managtr. I'rihiiiti Ii no I'owtpoBr.iirc*. LIST < O' GIFTS d i gift....... ....... d ca-h gift ............ iivrml I time. - tine. an With our printed d re *ior The constru tun of :he : plic.ty, compr ‘jag sin;de It •re hardened and poL-aed. The machines are made a (patented machinery ar. t t<-< I Avery mar kine Juilt i “V WORLD. cirrate it. equalled sim-cw, and they I new special w offer. it DOMESTIC” SEF •IM '.u'h gif* •a. h gilt. i aehgift .(rill g.fr The Quickest, SurcKt, and Remedies. h. ( heaped in*:-1 .‘ton <•; Making and Saving Money. There are two ways cl getting rich — one iK to make motley by .-peculating, and the other by saving a little Con faintly from whatever amount a person carns. Tbe first is the quicker method provided one is successful ; the chances, however, even with the most shrewd Physician* recommend, and Farrier* declare that no such remedies have ever before been in ui°(. Wot de are cheap, but the proprietors < f these abides will preheat trial bottles to medical men,gratb*, as a guarantee of what they Fay. The Centaur l.inimeut, White Wrapper, will cure Khe imatiem, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Sciatica, Caked Breasts, Sore Xii i leu, Frosted Feet, CLillblains, Swellings, Sprains, and any ordinary FLPgH, BOKE OK MUSCLE ' II.MEST. We make no pretense that thi* article will cure Cancer, rector • I "et bones, or give health to a whisky-soaked carcass. But it will always reduce inflammation and allay pain. It will extra t the poison of Lites and stings, aud heal burns or scalds without n -cur. P-ilsv, Weak Back, Caked Breasts, Earache, Toothache, Itch and cutaneous Eruptions readily yield to its treatment. Maury Black, of Ada, Hardin Co., Ohio, sa* «5 My wife has had rheumatism for five years—no rest, no sleep—could scarcely walk acrossYhe floor she is now com it. lj cured by the use of centaur Liniment. We ail feel *1 aiikful b von, and recommend your wonderful medicine to all our friend: James Hurd, cf Zanesville, o., say* :    “The    ('(    :*- taur Liniment cured my Neuralgia.”’ Alfred Tush, of Newark, writes : “ Kei-d mer doxen bottles by express. The Liniment has savi d my leg. I want to distribute it, ic.” Wm. H. Hi-kcox. Rector of St. John’s P. K. Church, Wakefield, Clay Co., Kansas, writes: “ Many years I have been suffering from a Weak Back, caused from a sprain more than 40 year* ago. I nave not found anything until I commenced Cir lo.o o S,G i) ,v», cs is 5o,0*rii ton* :♦).*• o 4»t,Pi»» fit}. OO* i I lid,Ooo fi*),0ia One g Jap g lilt* gi and .hit grand One gra> d One graud 50 ('ash gifts of IOO Cash gifts • f loo Cush gifts of JOO ('ash (rf:s of 2<W Cash gitr- f 60*1 Cash g ft.- f 10,000 < 'ash gins of T* ta'. |!,1 -i' (.,;t rifle i: Wh< Ie Ti.-ket-, fLJ ; Tickets, floe;    .7 rsKt; IFi t Tickc -. i eiich. II a. E. H. TayI r, Mao r «f Tra: kf rf, tire tv ard *f City C urn .in . n, Hen. Alvin I ne Chief Justi.-.- i f Kentucky, and . tin guished . itiw iu* together w.ih si.ch disii pers< tin as the ticket h id t> j resent may d< signal* will sn; ertuti nd the dltx’Df, lb nottances can be made bv Express, I»raf*, Post rt.ee M uuy larder or K: bistered Lett, r, n:a Ie ]•«> ablet • KENT! ( Iv \    * AMI I>1*-'1 IC I Iii - THIN (OMI' VM. All communications connected with the d tril u- C.e ii T2 each....... q All Ca b........ OI TK KET> j II Ives, J/*; Qiuitrr*, $3; 9 I ickets, I .0*5;    4t.*t    Tickets. I,ofiO. 1(ni,0U0 Ticket# at f'*J THE VIBRATOR”  lOuO SOLD BALT SiI.\Ru*N WITHOUT ONE FAILURE OR REJECTION’ This is the famous Threshing machine that hoi ♦swept th** field ” and cr* ut d «u* !i a revoi ct ion in th* Bade, by its MAZC8LU# Gaais-bAVi.Na av J Tir-i ^av-INO principles. FASHION C MACHINE CO, oi’li nuc! C’hicinfo. J \ \1XOS. r I 'n * Bin*! high-st talent an modistes, b /h at average dress-n catalogue mailed 44 '• Dome atte ” Pa- h an f perfect-fittJirg t a .arge saving in t > make, or superio- rarrr.eats. With th* of the most skillful < * e the reach of the 11 e ga r. ti y-illu strated v ant• i everywhere. CGlf.E* iii TACHINE CO., Kit Chicago* PA ELOI?, 1 \ & CO.’S OEGANS. e: ny job,, nirXGABIAN and bons*! end sa\ sd spujuintdis, are only about one in a hun- I <bit\°to^nfnrnVif fetl \X TK chriKtiiin 1    ’    J    only to inform you that by it* wonderful effects T droll, and then only about one in a th'*U8tnd bandon to their gains, or any considerable portion o!’ them through life. lit all our larger cit irs there are many rich speculators ; but if we could only know lite names oh the thousands wh h ive utterly failed to make a dollar in the same fields, the- number of successful v nos would appear ridiculously small. But the .saritig eDss far out lumber the specs I it in it among til ire \ io are called rich cr in comfortable e rcnmstances both in the city and in the country, besides, we eau always e »lint upon them as the s lid and reliable portion of any community. I his being an iud ‘pendent fact, our young men and women, who aspire f< moderate wealth and respect ability should endeavor to sa e sou:* tiling fr< rn week. bm) .til or year’s earnings, no mater how small from necessity the FUtn may be The smallest aum put out at interest or saltily investtd in business, immediately commences to earn something for the possessor, adding just so much to hit or her income There is another advantage of have I lug something ahead j it Is a credit among your fellow laborers or associates. t*> nearly or quite the full amount of the accumulated capital, in case such accoil modal ions are desired. We will not pretend to say at what point saving should commence J but they who cannot save something out of a dollar or two dollars per day, will seldom do so from tun or twenty. The habit of saving must be formed with that of earuirg; else it will seldom be practice ! later in life Xine-(enths of the men aho have a cen mu-’at- I a competency for themselves Jind their fit'iii lies, ow* tilt lr suco ss to giving money aud not to what is gen-emily termed making money bj speculation. an: entirely ret ev» <1 of pain. “Jan. 22d,1876.” The Yellow Centaur Lini- is for the tough skin,flesh and muscle* f HOB-ES, MULES JKD AN IMALS. We have never yet seen a ease of Si svin,Sweeny, ' Ring-bone, Wiud-gall, Scratches or Poll-evil, which ° | this Liniment would rn t speedily benefit, aud we j never SUA but a ft w esse* which it would hoi cure. it will cure when anything eau. It is folly to spend $21) tor a Farrier, when one dollarV 1 worth of Centaur Liniment will do better. Th.' following is a <-anq Ic of the testimony producer M'. p. Hopkins, Postmaster, Piqua, O., says : •* Centaur Liniment can’t be beat, it cnre*ever> fTViis *7resit Iiitcrnntionnl Exhibition Dr. A rig nd t’ p-run en rat«> the One Hundredth fiiiu rsary < f Americau Iniejiendence, will *»r en May loth and ch»e N" rem ber loth, 1876. All the nations of the wa rid and all th* Si at ca and Territories of the Union will psrticir att, bringing together the ne st conjjirehensivecollectit-n of art treasures, mechanical inventions, scientific discoveries, nuii.-ufaeturing achievements, mineral specimens, and agricultural j i nducts ever < xliibited. The grounds dev tel to tile Exhibition are situated or. th*. I nc t f the Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace four hundred and fifty acies of Fairmount Park. all highly improved and ornamented, on which are erected th*- largest bnikFng*^ever constructed, five of the* *-<• (t-r'i <r an ar* a* I fifty acres and c* fti!:'.' $5,0*' .-(KS). The t< tai number ••! buildings erected for tin* I nr; <ri-es • >f the Exhibit)*>ti is over * ne hundred. THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD LINE every time.” “ Yllvi:utos, O., March 2d, 1874. “The Centaur Liniments are the best scllixi" medicines we Lave evti had. The demand is vei ■ at for it, uuJ we cairn* I at! rd t.: I e without it “ P. II. HISEY & SUN.” “ Jkkm:uson, Mo., Nov. ll), 187:1 Some time ag I was shipping horns* to S . Fouls. I got one badly crippled in the car. Witt, great difficulty I got him to the stable. The stable-kicj'Dr gave me a bottle < I your Centaur La Diluent w hich I used With such success that in two days til*’ horse was active and nearly well. I have Ie n a i veterinary surgeon for thirtj years, but your Lini- ' meat beats an\thing I ever used. “A.J. M VARTY, Vet* Hilary Surgeon.” These Liniments are now st id by ail dealers ii. the country. Laboratory of J B. Hose & Co., 4G Dev Sr., New Yohk. CASTORIA. Ilr. Samuel I itcher, of Hyannis. Mass., ex*'*eri-mented in his private practice for twenty years to produce a combination thut would have the pr<>;>er-ties of Custer (Hi without it* unpleasant taEte and gr iping clit ct. His preparation was sent for, near aud far, till finally lie gave it the name of Fostoria, and put it up for sale. It is very wonderful in its effects, particularly with the (Reordered stomachs aud bowels ol children. It nsKiinihucw the loud, cures sour stomach, aud wind-colic, regulates the bowel*, ex-pelf* worms, aud may be relied upon in croup. As a pleasant, effective aud perfectly sntc civ-tbarde remedy it is superior to Castor Gil,Cordials and Syrup*. It doe* not contain alcohol, and is adapted to any age. By regulating the stomach aud bowel* of cross and sickly diilihco they become good-natured aud healthy. They can enjoy sleep and mothers have rest. The Fostoria is put up at the Laboratory of J. ll. Rube A Go., 4(3 Dry Ktrcet, New York. TUE ( KI! TIU ' Ii AND FAST KAIL ROUTE OF THE UNITES STATES. will be the ne tt direct, e* nvonieut, and econou leal way of reaching Philadelphia aud this great Exhibition fr< lo lit secti us of the country. Its trams to and from l’hfladel; he* will * as# through a 44 rn od (Viitonniul Depot, w hi cli the Company have • rafted at the Main entrance t<> the Exhibition Gr«*ui*d# f*»r the aec'tionuslatien of ; a-se) gers w)i*> w bb to st.-t at,or start fr* in, the large Ii del- contiguous to this station find the Exhftion,- a convenience * J tile groat est value to visitors, aud aflot J.t.l exclusively by the Pennsylvania Bailr*md, which is The oui} Line It u im intr lo th*- Cenieuniul Hiiiininns. Excursion train# will also stop at the ( Ucam]*u:cnt cf the Patron* ol Husbandry, at F.hrt Station on tli:> road. The Penn.-yu va st a Hailkoao is tkk ohaxhkst WAILW * V >e*lAMZATloN IN TUE VOKLD. It contr* Is th* usand i*■ ii*-*-* of roadway,f< m ing ci utiuu- * in lines to Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore .md V ,i Limn< n, ver which luxurious day sud night cars : r*- run fr*»io Ghicag**, st. Louis’ Louisa die, Oilicinrdi, Indisnapohs, Ooluntbuo, Toh**!. ,01eve-lat.d. and Erie, with* ut ch loge. It - main line is laid with double and th'rd tracks f heavy steel rails upon a deep bcd of broken stone alias) and its bridge# are all < f iron or stone. Its i J art**n.g«r trains ave equipped with every known • impr veiaent f *r comfort and safety, and are run •it faster sjmed tor great* r distances than the trains I 1 f any ) ne * ii the c* ntir.ent. The coni; any has I larg ly increased its iquip-ment for Oentennial I travel.and will hr pre]ami t“ build in its own silo] s i I comotivea and passenger ears at short notice sufficient to fully accum rn* data any extra den,and. The unequalled resources st the com rn anti of the i I* ut* a ny ginuautee the most perfect aoooiutxn da-j ti. us f- r all ifs pxir -us during the Geutemiia! Ex- ! hii iti ii. The magnificent scenery f v which tl.c Pennsylvania Ba lr ad is si* jnstty cehd rats-d ] re*erty t. the traveler over it# i erf.-et roadway, an ever-ehanging , {Mineran a t river, mountain,anti lauds* al e views, j I unequalled in A it idles. J The eat in god a tim!# < ti this line are unsurpassed. !*• I en Is will lie furnished at suitable houri- ami ample tin e allowed f. renj yujgth'*ni. ; Exeursi u Ticket-, at reduced rates, wilily s< M at ill i rincii a1 Bibiri ad OBI CC# in the West, Nur’b-- Wes’, K nth-we-t. Ho sui c timt your tickets rend \ in (lie (.'roof Pi line} 1% Bija (inuit* to lite ( rut* nitinl. FRANK THOMPSON,    D.    M. BOYD,Jr., General Manager.    Genl Pass’s Agent. pry c7 tr. of thr> bing. FLAX, TIMOTHY, JULI..... Mio seek cr• th. '•h J, -.| arilled aa eerily rind parfcctly r AN EXTRA PUK I *h1s clean* I by ihij r. IN THE WET OU MN    .    ________ tidily tbs ONEY U VO (IN13 that coukl ran witb profit or economy, <loing i ii*, tiiorough and perfect work. «c h'-n other* utterly /allod. ALL GRAIN. TIMM and MONEY wasting compile* Bons, such ai ”E i ll-as Aprons,” “I add!* 5,” ‘•Beatera,* “ Pickers,” etc., are ca tariff dupe,u I ic.',; I-ss that one-half the u ml 0 ar*. B^lfs, Bove*, and Joume.la; miw awugt I; inurn dnrrbl-; iight running; no coit ljr rcpajis; no dust; Ho “lit*-rings" to clean up; not troubled by advor»» wirt'D. re-hi r r storm*. FARMERS and GRAIN RAIDERS who are pod* In tho Urge aai 'tg made by it wh! not enip’ iy info rior aud w.aetefol machines, bt*t will wist oil tbit itTnuvcd Titre, aer dutng their work. rom SIZES ms Jo fr C, 8, IO and 12 Horn ) 'em. Aim a specialty of Stpakatoks, designee rad mode rwacfeLY roe stvam rowi.n. TWO STYLES OF HORSE POWERS, vis.: our Int proved “Trip!j G.ar,”mid our “Spur Speed” (Wood bmy Sty Ie), both “ Mounted ” on /our wheels. IF JNTFBFSTLD in Threshin;: or Grain Raiding tppty t » cur near.ct Dealer, or write to us for Illustra A»d Circular (.ient frc ), giving full particulars of Sixee Ryle*, Prices, Penna, etc. JVtc/*Oo5, Shepard & Co LATTLL CHEUK, MICU \ jCremarkable instruments possess capacities for musical effects and expression never before attained. Amateur aud Professional, and an ornament in any park GEO. WOODS & CO., Cambrid HS: 60S Wa* * THE VO! HUMANA Adapter for Amateur and Professional, and an ornament in any parlor, s it*    NflW    Styltl    SCS    riSdy. wini,nftlluc _     .     ridgeport,    Mass. WARLROHXS: 60s Uashiagton St., Boston; ITO State st., ( hlcago; 16 Lsdgate Hill, Losdos. — A leading Musical Journal cf selecte d mtr ic and valuable reading matter. « ,i rue —I y mail for fv per ytar. or ten Cents a number. Each number contains from worth of the finest selected music.    GEO. WOODS L CO., Publishers, Cambridgsport, Mass. $.t Poland-China Pigs. Tin* undersigned hai ready for delivery. pigs of pure blood, ol iliis n.osl d si,aul* breed of liugs. raised IV oui imported s!<»‘-k Abo. Cl oss with the (luster White, vci\ deed rah Ie I* r utaktug pork. I’. W I Lli Y, Farmer. Hayward. Ai inn.. Ii miles north *•«*•' front .Shell Hock, I*. I’. Addle** Shell Kook    IO    lf M< ( OH>!M R\S ADVANCE (’OMBIXED. j^X3'V^L33JOjElS ^XHXTGrX^iHi H 3 ^ — Pi K < i; H = ic ti w * Poi NNN Sal® To-st- "W. TOP3I1:TSOIpT, OKTOAGE FORECLOSURE SALE. Default has been made in theeondi t ions of a mortgage executed by John R. Maxton and Mary A.Max«on his wife mortgagors, to Philo Canfield, mortgagee, dated October 21 at, a. d. 1870 ,and duly recorded in lh# office of Register of Deeds in and for Freeborn county. State of Minnesota. on the lid day of December, a. i>. 1870, in Book (i of .Mortgages, on page 142 The premises conveyed by said mortgage are situated in -aid county of Freeborn, State of Minnesota, and described as follows, to-Hit; The southeast quarter of section number eight, in township number one hundred and two north, of range numb r twenty-three west, of which premise* the ea-*t halt of the sou th es et quarter of said section number eight (8 > township one hundred and two, (1<)2] range twenty-thiee. was by deed, duly executed, re-1 eased frow said mortgage on the 20iit day of November, 1874, and said deed of release was duly recorded in the office of Register of Deeds, of said county, in book I of mortgages on page 418. Which morr-gige was for a valuable consideration duly aligned by said 1‘biloCanfie’d to M W. Dodd and said assignment duly recorded in the office of Kegi*ier of De** Is aforesaid, on the 14th day of December A. D 1874, in hook I of mortgages, on page 414. There is claimed to be due, and is due, ou said mortgage at the d He of this notice the sn rn of ten hundred nine and 26-100 dollars, and no lion or proceeding at law has be-n instituted to recover the same. or any part thereof. And I whereas, said a*.'ignee o! *aid mortgage* I ha- paid th# taxes assessed upon the pr*-m-# I in said mortgage for the 1871, 18 ISL 1873, 1874, with interest, penalty, thereon, amount to the sum and 18-100 dolman additional j j lira on said premises. Now. therefor#. ! notice is hereby given, that by virtu# of a ! power of sal* contained in said mortgage, ; which ha- become operative by reason of , the detauit aforesaid, and pursuant to the s alute in such ea-e made and provid-*!. j said mortgage will be foreclosed by sale of that part of the mortgaged premises above described, which wa* not release*! by the deed aforesaid, to-wit: The west half of the -outbeast quarter of section number right, ^ township number one hundred and two ! (DE!I north, of range number t wenty-thre** rest at public auctnn, by the Sheriff I Freeborn county, at the front door American and Foreign I3 atents GILMORE & CO , aueceasota to Chip man, Hosmer & Co., Solicitors. Paten-procured in all countries. NO FEES Its ADVANCE. So charge unless the patent is grant ad. No fees for nmking preliminary examinations. No additional fees fcr obtaining and conducting a rehearing. By a recent decision of the Commissioner, ALL rejected applications may be revived. Vases before the Patent Office, Extensions before Congress, Infringement Suits in different States, and all litigation appertaining to Iuveal ions cr Patents. Send stamp to Gilmore x Co., for pamphlet of sixty pages. LAND CASES, LAND WARRANTS AHD SCRIP. (■’untested Land Ca.-*^a presented before the l\ S. General Land Office and Department of the Inferior. Private Land Claims, MINING aud PRE-EMPTION Claims, and HOMESTEAD Cases attended to. Land Scrip in IO. ho, and 160 acre piece* for ■“ale. This Scrip is stJMign *b!e. and can b” located in the name of th** purchaser upon any Government hind subject to private entry at Si.25 per aer#. Ii jj* ,>f ex ital value with i.ounty Land Warrants. 8**nd stamp to Gilmore A * o. for pamphlet of Instruction. ARREARS OF PAY AND BOUNTY. Officers, Soldier-, an i Sailor* of the late r hei >ney I-es described year* Iw »8, Ix7* * au*l 1875. whic\ and charges of one hun Ired fifty-nine hits, which is claimed h:• war, or Hie titled to ii which they ha history of serv and bounty r GILMORE & examination, v fr in t h* e. an*! .-tao < »nj' esses en-f* •• eminent * f ge Write full amount of pay Cli ami jji vt amp ta y, r PENSION' U. >*;Mierp or injt lj. can ( ' iff HIE I I re*i »bt si n n y (ii All Officers, cd. rupture*!, however -light sddres-ing GIL.VfO! Oases prosecuted fore the Huprem# States, the Court of I em Claims Commissi Each department of * tir I in a separate bur**.*.: of the ‘■ame experienced pm by the old firm. Pre v •u free. ailors wound-i < he late war, a pension by ore ,k Co. bent of the I nned ms, and the South- >n. du* *!er usints (hi entrusted secured. We i vin/ it. .Adi GILMORE «s f Df r t» GIL •■•ire ti con-arge ■t es employe*! (tention i*» all I OHE x CO- is win sneer#* by - *) I lf a? )f ti w 02!* F Ft I eel. i#Longton, D. C ort ho.is#, ic , n .^aiur Jay. ti mr af* >. 1870. at Jo < amonnt that el •♦gage d#b*. dlb#rt Lea, te 23d day clock A X, ti all then be due including the tog' and) in th* ed ai. with d tfc fifty itage .f ti then Dated Ai d b A--ign s - ll I of Sept satbry an sui*] tax#* ie sum dollars, to be of a fore *d as a part >rtg;lgr. allowed Sui £#. r. DODD. Mortga g« no you WAKrir A FAR1I OR hoi: You should buv" of tho ATCHIXS3R, TOPE*A, ARO Z UTA FE R. R. CO. ►Mi I It in* in fur Vt ■ IT# A * I M age Foreclosure LE— • Tltr u> a: y h ; *r-t amil j Frr« .4 Hie B#y- As( Irs Bt A. D. of Re to Ii M i bv ll . and T. ty Be#, (I of John JI. J for F I rntk, Vain-} I ai. .#12 - —- b* ok •tga/‘s. page 47. The pi I Irs rn % mrs" if Vs: M ¥ Mi Ch. ipe -•r> Ii t- X4 CTL. VIIAV Buffa! - V , * rn -**• cstcrn d at p Fret of the Abl ity. (*n Sail rer, A. D. I :: ort g: .blk a bol ll •u Hoi rd.iv. it i in a t is? that *f -ald moi an of tnt i mort ga in ca8e « daisied to he * ured by said i I ev peii*rn -ill h (lay of July paid Alden h day #* i pub NG ver. Mar* Rh F-< x . ted orn •r w lur t Lh f h I Dat •sure ll ta part iort gage, I*es iwed by law A. D. INGOBY BEE. CORDELIA BEE. LA YE MA BEE, Mortgagee Attorney for Mortgagees.    8 ebt *. I « CHI (I vt if J Mi-bun Lin* East St A . ore lh. W CAG! OM' Co i the Li Itipan * 'Fort .an I r » A Mi /f a fi Fifi r !ton aa (hi ii \i X N«*RT I •‘ell !**.»! I I>4 It i. Du I K\ RAILWAY M M. W Gsrrxr., 117 BA YLIES Clo Unioi West af jut roads se eoi.nr I i’acifi joints, ction pc VCO w it ti a.! J ant'” “ v it I th#-r xii far arr made* all ti o-M Great Mercantile College, Keokuk, Iowa. on the Mississippi Prof. in. IL Miller, General Manager. Nineteenth year. About Sixty dollars pay all expenses for Membership, Boar*!, an I Stationery. Bookkeeper?, Penmen, Reporter**. Operators. Archit! cts, , Surveyors, and Teachers thorougly fitted. English branches free. Free Lectures bv Eminent Orators. Free Festivals with , Brass Band in College Hall Free Fur 1 ni-hed rooms for “elf-boarding. Telegraphing free. Short hand writing ree. Good I be larding clubs, and family b-.ard. Railroad fare deducted Immense businrs- in Keokuk. No vacation. .Address Day lies ( ollege, Keokuk. Iowa. State where you saw this advertisement.    24yl CENTEX XIA L EXIT UNIONISTS , Will, of course, want to se# all the sights comfortably and cheaply To this end the I CANADA SOUTHERN R. R. COMPANY has, through it. connections in the West j and Northwest, pieced on sale a large • number of Too ai STS ’ Excursion Tick®** at greatly reduced rates, by which passen-: gers can not only visit the Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia, but can. in I . addition, visir the principal eastern cities, f I with an opparfanity of stoj j>ing af any of the great number of favorite resorts in I | New \ ork ai. I Pennsylvania. The (‘AN- 1 I ADA KOI THERN is the only line from j the west running direct to Niagara Falls, . giving passengers, from the train, a won-devfnl panoramic view of the MIGHTY | CATARACT, HOHSF-SHOE FALL, the ■ GREAT RAPIDS, and landing them di-! rectly at the Fall The track of the ■ CANADA SOCTHERX is aa air line, laid I with steel rails of the heaviest pattern; j I there are no curves or grades ; wood is ( j u-e<l lur fuel ; coaches are furnished with I th# Witt obeli Patent \ entilatnr. enduring 1 I perfect freedom from dust. With its e»*m * i plot# system of magnificent PAI*POR. ! SLURPING, AND DRAWING ROOM j CABS from CHICAGO, DETROIT, AND j TOLEDO, and ii- admirable connection-at NI AGAR A FALLS and BUFFALO with I the NEW YORK CENTRAL AND ERIE J I RAILWAYS, the Canada Southern is fast I | becoming the FAVORITE LINE TO THE j I BASI. I ickets vin this pi polar line o.n ; be procured at all offices of connecting ! lines, or at the Company’s own ofiicts. Any information can be obtained by ad- ; dressing    FRANK    E SNOW, Gen'l Pass. and Ticket Agt DrraniT. Pl LLM \N PALACE (MRS. These celebrate* night trajn- en all This is the only between Chicago j and Milwaukee connect with lh# t earth e liq line ri md 8t limn. Union Pacific Rail] #se (irs I hicago# ' )nm I our Sleepers* rl.an i Sleeper* on the 4*1. for ad points westi of the Alis-ouri river. Among rile inducements offered this route to the Oar# IG e j i.UUc ar^ a]ta e modern impest fluent»: C< i k sad gravel La1 lasted track, sttol mil, rick and ir« r» el dg#s, parlor and .Irawing room day c ’aches, smoking and lounging can*. W estinghouse Safety rir Brakes. Mi dc Le Patent Safety Coupling and I Mat forms, ffpvcxl,. Safety, arid ab-olut.> comfort. RL NNI Mi TH ROI till FIVE GREAT STATES, arid operating ever 2,01*0 mile# off road. this company prrmrats lo the traveler facilities (hat AKE NUT and CANNOT be offered by any coin} et it or. All ticket agents can sell you ticker- ri-L this route. It you wish the best traveling accommodation-. y,,u will buy your ti l»y this route, and v.il! luke nu'other. MARVIN HUGHITT. General Su4 erintrndenf. A II STENNETT. General Passengei Agent. •kei 3y I CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ti ST. PAU! RAILWAY, IS THE VKI. Y BL ST KOTTE TO For CHICAGO, NEW YORK, NEW ENGL \Mi. TIII CANADAS?. ASO EASTERN X SOUTHERN POINTS* rf h we*t ALL It i? »rn only N t iii (Tlik them line#, and J Ii l’VtWLWith/’!f‘'r'”"e b> '■•‘•♦•bi®® » v Ikp.f, Hotel *>r Flare of Hmm**# in M ar cif\. CHHaaahmm-flnnnfii a i.-.iyi w ret Had-*sun sir. et*. H.<r*e < ars aril #ta/e lines f« r all j art* of rassiuif. • lei 61 and *UI clark St. ... .    .    corner    Heed    and    Si nth. Water Streets.    Ho ,, rara and in ».j{ n* Dmn .rii?hi“fit7    Uu‘r'    fr,,,“ *° ,h** 4 rim ij ai, aits, city Ticket Oetice aer YViriconriin St. th# ('tty coost#Btl* Chicaoo Cl rr bi Milwaukee He pi rn Line connecting in, with ary of the treat East-, io! is fin* most r» live nient-. too Kit#! Water Street mr* THE ONLY TH HOI Cill LINE BKT W Ken e Pi RNLAFOUS, ST. PAUL. PilLWAUKEE AfiO Cdiica^cj, THROUGH PALACE SLEEPING CAES AND DAY CO At HES. -^lToe rt X. j03# land for sale. Improved or « nlmproved Laud for Sale on /TTT! f r safety ny lirav*| Apply to AU*ert Lc*^, Min j With all tile beet rn*dent unt r< v» i-'en j and c mf*-rf, with Steel Hall Track, ha]last and ire# In rn duet. A. X ll. CARPENTER. General Passenger sud Ticket Agent.aukeeHUw I S. s. MERRILL. J NO. f. GAULT. G*m Manager.    A*#%    Gen    M WM. II AZK ETON. W*. \Y JOHNSON. or I ___ Howe s seWIM; MACHINES ut ~~ »;.B SKINNER vDtV.s

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