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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - December 21, 1876, Albert Lea, Minnesota- -__-    -    ;    ~-->    ^    i    ■    *»    ' Irrctara bounty Standard £U*SST Lea, MINN., DKC. 21 1676. Ail “ Honest Count.-” From Harper’s Weekly. Th. r° agreer] a in on-: American Grain; From the New York Times. J he foreign export!* pf truest front 'iii i~S Parker -    “*    «,,,*    | Linteu Mates ports to all foreign eon a- j ail good citisenft tfiat a Pre-idert mu.-t ~    E(litor    I ,IH™ ;r”wn fr,;n> }' *n^T.f>S5 bu?!;- rn t be br m-iit in I y fr ,« ! Tin re is Oregon and Louisiana not P«mlM i?**'    '<??i    ^r> bushels in also a great doff I San* t»K'tu “ stealing ” Case*    * 2 if;-    41    if37 WerC «“ I *h« vote of chis cr that State, and “Gov. Have; received! the do* til ar i f th ?    I    »»e con. crop , cheat in «r    car.tfidatt* out of their eiec. vote of Oregon and ou*>ht inequity I ion tfTlH fMiZ^ 1V*? \v a‘,01u.1 ! r'on’    Kefrbl'    -anc',    as    bein*: in the ! »« recoin*    10    cquitfr    U0MW.00U bushels. W uh until    majoiifv upm the Keturnin^ Hoards it. t |    mtnmhed resources of land for the pro.    the dispute ! States, have been arcus d ■    tifiction of wheat and coni, there would    j    of contemplating the im st fL rant seem to ho wamnli.    I    ^    ,    . c i reaieneewB • vntg s- ■Mff— to receive hp entire electoral vote (tov. t qdeu received the popular vote ■ of I#otti#irtna, then he is equally entitled to receive its entire electoral* vole in spite of the scoundrels who counted him out. This is even-handed justice lief it be meted out to both sides —Mfinknto I rtioti It Brother Cleveland who is anions phi } p*'SSIi>ie I seem to be scarcely any conceivable j frauds Hut are fraud. „„ limit to the production and export Aff’. in the c untiii-of the votes ?    nm , us coit ti vt y ** ,1,€ u ran ary to | one side may declare that it wi.-hes xx men the millions 'if Luroive coiiSd^Tit-ly look. when short of breadstuffs The; I uited KHigdon* is bv fir our largest 1 customer. From Fept 1-f, I 87-1. r.j the fairest and most conscientious of I ^ePl I>t, 1873, we sent her fmm this tile opposition party, has presented two I ablB(\°* wheat. LM.ST I 2 (J I bush- *,....11 i    e    .I    i    .    .    !    e's> and of corn, ll) 488 DDM bushels parallel cases, then all will aduiit that 1    -    -    '    ’    nu.,rn is. Ie ti»ay declare th fin honest Count, does it follow that ii may not have a1 rea iv stolen ti -■ volt I' Does any body Mimas y bupoose th ii Democrats are more fastidious alv.u' political cheating an I stealing th ti; Ii • • Vf#f •IrtvirtiserilcntH. FOR SALE I T~ THE ST BSC KI EEH HAS FOH SALE, j THREE FULL-BLOODED PIILl\i)-[|ll\.t NIMS One is ah* ut a year an J a half old; the ut her I wo'are aged four or five mouth**. Will scil on tim or trade for other stock I he bo^s eau l»c seen on mr farm near Itasca    II.    Biti;    FO KH. Bancroft I* O , Minn. I.coms t I. Bo!sturd, <*t The Freeborn Pompeii us* irxacn: fWll Til* Mjegal •'I"Mires: Notice to Pioneer Presstax-i»a visits. fj€gai .Vat ires. I amen » icegan. on Tue-lay, Januart POR— Of TICK Of Col?**)' Tar hi rer, KUKKr.«>us (.for>tt. Minx , Albkai Lea, Dec. 8, 1*76. IKE FioStuh i'Kr.«> will enter upon the In the town of MOSCOW, at the village of Moscow, on Wednesday, January ti, , 18 < 7. In ilie town of OAKLAND, at the school I house in Fe.bool District No. 3 5, on Tours- j day, January 8, 1877. ! Notice is hereby given that the dupli- la the town of LONDON, nt th hi use of I : cate .or ‘axes for the year A. I* 1**6, in [un:r| i    l- i , .rf | nm! for the th ,my of Fret born and State U77    L,,tl8’    ”R    *ndaJ* ****** of Miiiuesota, has bt ’n made out and is now in my banda for e dict lion. and the -    *    -h(.i.    p    t    ,...    j^nua. TUB I f OL I a r. 1 MiatM. 1 nr.-'r. tv 1 ii enter upon me j ....... -    •    ****    •    n*>u. hum tug    ^    _ yon 1877 with a larger circle of readers !    pejrcewta^e    oh    es-'    dollar    valu-    ,.v*^fcV/ and a much bede* or gap’.tat ion than tvr r a,*on hu^ bc2ti levied, v;r ‘    ,    j".    . ““    '    Mill .•    ,    ,    .    ,    nini    ( ounO .v ahMaid. iii rtlerence to the pu- i»,v.    Th* MntAls i »; . . *• .u .    > tit v of blood JvA    1    ne im 1 v.    i ne consolidation of the two obi In th ul j I i ca us \\r agree that fraud at Notice of A SSK JN.MUNT. IC v vt 1 1 i    the    pniis    1,r in the count is (»ne i f tile 1”^°    ,7-»-«I ~    ^^ jt:- be has not done so. and while it seems ;    A'mr (reduced to bushels) and grain for    ought to insist th it there shall i, • a to be the clearest fact in the world that    the    cn,P Ytar ending Sept 1st. 1874    J free, full, and fair elnlion arid an    hon-, tho two cases do not stand upon the I UV1I17 ™at’bed the emTmous and un est canvass Ft. »n this, honorable IS Mn, boa™,, there ie n„ irritable |    U :!.;'cibI    A I ell de ne) on the part of our t> socratic    the    DiirkeU of Great Britain While    Lh,.,her be heli.-v.., .hat lf h any    I'' friends to treat them as parallel.    !    the export of cereals fr ii. the Az f sea cinct of the Flu!.* of L mis in na or cfi^s In regard to Oregon, there is no question about a fair election Both • j ,    .    i    vi.p-u,    iv    10    11 'I i ii; ni'u.t I nil from KH. sides admi? it, and that the Republican figures given below, that Russian agri-majority was such as to leave no ques- ! culture is rtationery when comprued lion as to the sentiment and purpose of;    ^l0 urni less and si cee? the people. Notwithstanding that ;    °*    l,ie I tilted States ( For towh pur{'oars ............ SHELL ROHR. Mills. . CJ l it I 85-IdO ! t 0-JO Ii Ii I ports, Odessa. Sevastopol, and North issippi on!;* foOr or fivi- or six Repulli- a Fair el- ction Both I |u:'!siJa .,a't 1,1 } *' ,i~~’il'‘ not (^c* can votrs arr cast at an civeti n v h r dined, it is quite apparent from the I 'fill ac Of tile 9 000,000 to 14.000,000 quarters nj fbi at the pf evil us election there enc t two of thtee thousand R publican nr i »p I f y. there has been a fair elect iud 'Ve r.-k fartT r whether un horn st count cst ilia returns of tho votes east ,    ,    .    -    ,    would make it a fair and bluest e*w. etgn w heat yearly rcqu.rcd by England ti«m ? And we a>k {lim aL'ain w r nut 1867.............. lSd8  .......... 1809 .............. 1870  ............ ollow » been accompli.-htd, whctber ny • mg,' by repeating, by destroyii Ratssi * U. SRef Cent. Der Cen.....41 14.....32 18.....32 18.....38 21.....40 »)•>.....51 24.....21 44clearly expressed intention, a Demo critic Governor bae (abided .he record j    lo" eke'hou.ViaH.iy.    ItopZ    j '£?    ‘fraud    u pm“.he    bali....!,,.! by certifying that one of the Opposing !    potions    supplied    by    Russia    and    the    I equally    flagrant    however    it    may ' h-v. and minority cand idat es was elected • a ‘ ^ »ited States have been as    *! •Utement which everybody knows’to ,iuri"° 8even y-m Aon. 1867 : bo false ; but he does it on the ground that one of the elected Republicans is ineligible. I urn now to tile Louisiana side. There the unfairness of tile election is I    jg;*)........... the very point complained of. The !    187o........... fact of intimidation by a studied sys* !    have    no    positive    information    fur    J u lithe ballots, ait by preventing them from being cast i ll theft* be a pMi sue-round* d by adherant^ of niiV- ».->11\ Openly threatening with arms ut y via vote against them, do they or d 1 tliev not •• steal ” the vote til that p >11 f ii the same adherents hove so Drrori* I j and ta>orfi« newspapers of Bt Paul rikI j    For ""PPort of Slate... I the only morning journal published in i    For support of Countv...........  ...    3 j Miohcapolis. Im- yivt*n tile uniitd journal j    For snI’Puir of Commoo    Schools..    .    I ; rVnti Ji i!” u,nprc‘‘,,Clrl J circ‘,!,‘lion‘but i    ion Town Purposes. .    n sutrstantMu bi Mi ti of prosperity, which I    , Xaliai ic heroin air. a that P,a..k B    rj'i/",U' “ "ilJ'f'“f1*** i.v .t    j    iv * I, ,, ,    i.    I J !*(}'rem ut ?tf tile advanced news- ' Ak and (tern L    heretof ore    |    paptr cn^rprise of the day. It will thus doing bu>it,css fti the village of Albert    I    he able to realize the a rn which constantly J Lea, Freeborn County,    Minnesota, as    insPirC8 proprietora of m.aking ii the    For    towi;    pur*    'es............... retail deairs in Stoves,    hardware fin-    he*J Icci,*t,ie fM 1,1 s.ute« J,r,i the best gen- ■    For    r    .ad    and bridge p*urpv>sa.i .... r .    ,    J    , ; j    t    «    t *• I ^ ^ IlCW* p.'lpfr pl* I* 11 J* 11 f**l VI of ( h’CdlTO    §'    i    v ware, alia cutlery, have a^!^iie«l all    i-.    J    \    tbirhMA>. m    1    nr- I I Exes will continue to be    p, _ f',' pC ?• "'r,is'    a,,d    ' *><••> ' ••i»'Jvpvnle..i in vv.-r,.l,i„k. in Th '"‘H'-? ......... lo mc the undesigned f..r the benefit    ;    nuihing.- Its first object will be lo give    bndge    purposes '*} their credit::.-. Dated Dc. lUth | &H the news and al! the ai(ic» of the onrr^nt ;    NDN    Da. 137»j.    j    political opines* of the d«y. Iieli-ving    For town pneposea.............. FR \\(’m IIVI!    '    t,,at tnph'te freed* in « f dK;»;«-:'ti ia the j    *" or read and br: ige j urpr>sea 1    * V    .only way to a»*rive at the truth, its column** :    MANSFIELD    In A'S g? CC    ft**?    open    to all in:*-!!)?i ut dii-Men: i: nt* find    re Aibcu Leu. Freeborn (4 Minn I it claims for itfel! the •'•me freedom which t-°r f w? F    ................... g    •'> JDD {    ’ 51,f    it .lees Ii •>; ill rfkvr. Wha,,,. “ii    ?.*>' *•’>*• =>**•• fcr.lgvj.u.ho.v...,. ? M--1    • 11    I.*..;*    .•    .    I    r or suoport of poor.......... VT. , -r-n *— ^    *v    ()    I,Hrhe* now cr.Blending for the    ... VICKS Floral Guide    of    the government, it I,,..|<|4 the I    OAKLAND . bviuliful Q.ortvilv Journal fir,I, nftl. ‘IW’*"” "> ^ » Ur «-f.T rr, of , Fit to*., purpoon........... ir .t. I. ant] cornin,lie an elc*»nl cVlorrJ 1    ,rV    bv    .lr-    Mllloairnlo    I    Tor    OI    poor.......... Flower pl-ne will, the Brot number    ' «f * »• *'« *r- ■'* P>".c,,,lci ,u.l air,, arr in- j    IIAYW***' oui, 2-i.O«Mafo-tboyc«. TSo Sri} So    , •I'-pc-’i-G 'i« «f part, rrca.,italian. Own-    Tor lo. n t-.rr<.v- for 1H77 just i,«**i„ j or ilia and Fry. 1 "I *"'TT    "r'-v:„"    wi" *** *»    a".    .......... I    s    mandate of none, but will support what- YD'K'S FLOR BR AND VS&RT ARI F * frT.^    ■•Biurea    -eem In-it    - c .. j .    *    ,    ...    -fl    #    -.i    i I 11 k i v to secure    «*nd«    to    wit    •    I* or town purposes  ........... t*amelia in paj er« '>ii C4*nts. wsffi rFFant    .    *.    ,    a*    1 cloth covers 41 t*'    ! The maintenance of the f onetitntion will* f or-upport of p.*or........... VICK’S C \.*T A LOG U E—SBO iii i I rations    I    i,‘*    firing civil and    Political    her    .S    M    R R inure*!......... only % cents.    Address    i    f?u,b    !° ? A.""‘ne'fi citizen-,    vrl ite    or . black;    the freedom and purity of    the I    .]    « '    I    lot-Ul    a. .hr ha.!., nj fr.,: ..... !. .    fcw    "*»»    I } in me n .vo of BATH af the hon c Ole J.,bob, OU Mood ay. January 8, 1877. In the town of HARTLAND, at t’*e house of Mrs Peterson, on >♦ ct ion lo, on Tuesday, January 9, 1877. In tho town of FREEBORN, at the village of Freeborn, on Wednesday. Junuaiv IO. 1877.    * hi Hie It .ti of < ARLSTt»N. at tho liouve of Henry Ernst, on Th ii red ay. January THE HOME Sewing MacMne! was awarded the First premium U. the '’en*«»nr>i><l .Exhibition 187^. and boa I’wnr* ear •• 1 of the b'vb~»t h. "ors whenever exhibited: it MANSFIELD, at the on in Juno v t hon®# of Henry Tun . 3 IO J rj 12. 1877. I .i I- IC J fn ibe town of ALDEN, at the village > Alden, on Saturday, January 13, 1877° e town of CLN EVA fIie VI! age ». on Mon lay. January 1«"j, 1877. town of It ICELAND, at the h„u»e K Wing urn. ou Tuesday. Janua- A ”°ur^ T- «F\ii’.L|h, \ t li.UH.E. HUI EN I ANI* i.kWIT RI NM NG •* LOCK - STITCH' MACHINE ll)IRED TO TUE WWTS OF ALL ! of Jut a of II \NC RO FT. at the house I r Mi Uaelfcon, on ’Vedneaflay, j    --- 1877.    * r»ef HAYWARD, at tie vil- v. ar l, on Thursday, January NO HOME COMPLETE WITHOUT ONE >p ut or poor........... ALBERT LEA. Pit KEKEL LAKE ii loo 28- IOO 4 2-l€ I In th I e town of PICKEREL LAKE. at the f John Kuble, on IT; lav. Janunry tie V J IMES VICK. Ro besit r by scourgin: itig tlicir an it ira i I w- t i    •    »    .    i    ***n ••■VII p>>, ii ii tem of persccuttonsi murders, and gen-    '    llt    !t    ,s    Dc‘,evei* l*.e result is time v *rtin .-r ha-. eral buri-J.-ziKfr. has been established, j    "'"I’ 'Ul ,    .    ,    ,    i bio It wit! I ii US be seen that A mer- not    only    by    tbs    Ion* and    loud    wail    that    .    jean cereals are steadily driving Kus. bas conic up From the South, but bv sian grain From tile m u kcts ol threat Committee atter committee that have ! ^’itain ( Ticap trausptirtifion from been sent there to investigate, until the ( ,llca?° to t,,e Atlantic xeaboard lins .    j    •    i    ! greatly bescntted this cumin v aud es proof has become so damnit)1’ that even 1    •    ii    .u    ie    i t . .    •    i pecmlly the \\ e-t. through tin* increased the Democratic party, or at least the ^ Facilities a fro did tor suppling Lur. pc candid men oFit, have thrown up the 1 with our agricultural ] if,4u s lr j-ppofi jc upon this question, and in- i -ranLv'n-- the mid.-t of the prevail- stead of denying ii os heretofore, they • "J" d,'I,rt,ssio"’ "I be ».W* *»    - t*i-i    ,    .    r. ,    . .    *    iderices of a forthcoming: develci rn. nt seek to ligoten their fail by claiming , t (.,lr .,r(, , .. ,r:(. ,:frr ...    ,    ..    . *    *    or < * ii i j-s re ■ r i c u. (u r <41 if) 11* r *' > f ^    ] } 11* an    exaggeration    t,F    statement.    It    is    i    Fanning interest is .ass-rtti g it> .sc. ht] then conceded that there lias been more ency—it prospers while all else lan or less bul1-], zing in Louisiana; the .iru’8^os 5f' «'v*acliing rut to grasp Di    ,    tho food trade of another c >ntit> >n* • it eniocrats admitMtig the evil to a cer- t .    ,    ,    .    ,    ...    ?    !t ; bas turned the bJance of intern iii.mal tam extent, while the Republicans ; trade larg. Iv in our lav- r. and enables claim, and t?Nsnk they have proven its us to pay our foreign d b's with the alarming degree I P!odu^s °r t!l« **    'I be United I ll CV ti if ti e a (I .v.-rnor or <»F a upon that pull, n , y such t. f! j . -: r i i tin* it the ?ote ?    \ constable or r* id- nt depends i the party wRich sueee. d-cheated t he p op e .ut o I ii the Cow sup! used, yr i'ts Rot insist u| II ax ing t ik ti Caro ’? \ the tMgrrs •hall I tliey xx 'sh, W it: ! ti' * dc rn an (I ah ii r: ■ ; x-’t. mid r flies-* cir ion* st ;inc h men ts, ‘t i rn rrv .a vi mssoucTiox. The co partnership lie ret of-•*•» existing Let ve» u I*. T. Scotland and ll. O Hauk-n*»*. under the name of K. T Scotland fit n»<-'*tar *n l• _ _nji •4«cati<*n u:..v-raa!ly d:ffu*<iil; a* the **aft-    *    “ ! guard of f r«-« governn * nt : the tut rift ca’inn    ALDEN of polities and the service b> the )i- For town put | -* *?.......... *. by the    M    R-    R    interest.. nrv, g(J In ti i-f Nel f Manchester, at th< ‘•won, cu >at arday. Janu-I REE M AN ar th? (.„:»•< at r. I * — t  ______ 21-h SU vol -lax ) Al! rd by mutual mts due the ut. y ..a c .ic., rn - aga;!.-: x-. ill be j aid by applying to u**. K. L SCOT!. WD. II <• ll At KNESS a, M rn , Dec. 18. 1878. tiers an i the c of patronal election or nppninttfieBt < municipal and non-poliri regard to party, arid bv independent aet iou of vol on tho cc rrupt pervc rsi. *• v -!.*r • a e«-n«j mt• ■ I w La kl lei J nt i Cl p a hie men t t ■'• a w it bf !i turnging th r- a« a rr-tr.*in if of the ca lieu [icv fowar<f th ti an ** nom lit: us ( •’y w A xx an limn a u:*-ie e I, " h Hill! UuiiC-ii:'' c in tuipiKntiun <4 existence to an1 amounting in certain p.iri>kcx to nn almost entire disfranchisement, of the colored population. Now here is the difference : The election in one State is conceded to be Fair ; while it) the other ii D Cf '‘'b i to bt-utj'Fh . r Stites arc destined^ »n a very near tu-tore. to take a stiil higher position among the product rs of the world i It tile new devices For (heap grain I    a tut « a ii t« transporta inn by means of iron barges    Pr.l{ * v MT    , Jon the M >'i?sippi. which are now be    ’h‘r* wa 'n    I i.,,.    i mere xx .is n > u* j mg perfected should lunify the hopes I ». ; oF their projector r, •    f    .    .    ,    i-....... f    j    —, we may see New .* , " N* r,cW of tUls *">8J*lw    Orleans    In-.... ire as a grain ,-zp Ktafe of affairs in Louisiana that the port. ft is claimed that an it.>n barge! Returning Board was clothed with built, on the proposed plan, Could carry power to inremigate aud correct the I <i,'wVtream' 81 on:' !"od- Vr> «•*»** bwlt-i r - r r.    ...    ...    c a of grain, and make, to St Louis and m/scnieF as far as possible, and it is a    '    u.i.    m m i ,    , ’    back to    *tew limns, two round    trips hasty judgment which declares the j per month To transport this bulk of Board a set of scoundrels, For doing ! grain by railroad would require to re jufet what the law empowers them to j t^an tWi} hundred ears and eight Nee- | do, and without knowing the proof up    I    8|otivf.    , H'ccl.eapenin* of coal in the ....    "    1    }    >ew Orleans market, reciting    lr.-rn on which .hey acted. The great mis- ,ho us- of powerful tow boats, capable chief lies behind the Returning Board, of bringing acres of barges out of the and iii the Democrats themselves for | Ohio to New Orleans, is claimed as a f of t ho success t.f tho t ti ! preci :. *t st c urn mislain any ti 11 i n ■ t tai aly upon lion of their cand l it? t ’ n ocra’s ? If the !!■ pah!:vtn B Gird of Louisiana ;*a .«»ispi< is the D moei at ic White L*-less so .y ll active R eians in the disnu t J I wags. do n t active Du. , eians refuse t * put a st | t* and let mr which inure to adr ititagev Will any docent D. ti honor t’tat he ! gned and gene >fi if the color, d    vote    in t.'.e u; -r ut cd States f*»r    the    p    ir; securing Democrat if aueet ss f an I \i* k’s •Mu •fra*,**'! iTired Cataloguf, ‘ et rac« and briftg public tot I or .J ftffii Jminifctra I t- Bt bl I I I •r ii . i: v in? i »n. • the 11) e i r For suppi For road ■*;. I I l .>r town \ ur: I >r r< a I ..a i I For town purp i r : and I: Ap ii -lay LE I anu fir’ MOSCOW. 3nJge purpoi RICE LAND. >ridge pur po* BANCUO* T. EMPHA7ICAIY THE MACHINE FOR IHE PEOPLE. Warranted Five glens ’n f t h< mutt th** nu*) For in t I. and i it _ th ( an th* Iit-tn fb i ie Leugu> public *n dates arc afic \ DK ‘lift*8 JA VICK I c. a. - t* rn—n: I for a t * ‘rile(-ti in German ■ F* r‘v. x * (i UttiE, s'ar. f \ME>’ VK K, ll u vi h '* fl J w t he v de. J’f* V municipal I of the p specie pay with nr v-it J oui ige “ *TD Vr •'■njflislmerit t crim I v| devoted.KT VBUK ! be beat pr the binttsct t*«eg ail > an inpnr’(cr, N. Y. and right.HS 6 . tie dnty of jwC i T*‘|| 1*V •A the conI Tm 'jet i )ted I • rr miintena nee For roadresin; plier i (st For suti*i I OI ! » VT BU p| <five meddl ing Imong pc rid f good gore Fur t* vm ruVvtr,** will beic** en*!? j can For ?upp*w ‘tai Iver If a! vi < tctober. I v Out not : Htdte to At due Nev. I. Fin r or For For For i- or MASUHESTEIL an I brl lg*- eurj-. 9e-»ri of poor CARLSTON, purposes NEWRY. rh i br i f j ii rf w Of NEVA. wit purport * .  ------- -*1 *I* i U* I ** I *« BATH. S* J Hi 'Hr ’ires and Home. » ffi t of Wi rk it alif ..f 11 EAP .TraNse™ clark a co.' 30 Union Square. N. Y j»K v*trii.    ... I*. • NT, SUNDA? SCHOOL LiBHfRY • ug.y i a. Sa' Frarrjy- Ha Kl'and Grand cheap Lihrarv t; ar. : r ti, dr tar ve» i j - i, seeking to defeat a free election, and I oone‘u'*ye rro°! i! Die success of *i .    •    j>    .    i    „    .    .    J    proposed    Besteal    of,grain barges    d L* then claiming Die a ivantagc of their I ‘ ni,id    . i*„ .1    1 wouiu, ti t? bein, emit)id ?hc pr1 due* iV xviii lie deny th. t Mr I HOH  . 9 obtained, w. u’d b<* tail t d wi ll the xxorst form of Fraud! 8 » in 8 .ml: t »r ditin I he Returning B *ard i> j a r Bonally as worthy of resp ct as the 8u-preu:e Court. If the Rn* urn.1 _ Board meant to secure one r* suit “ an' -low,” tike court equally meant t > -oeure another it! tin* same xv.iy. The aff* et »-lion «f feu peril >ir virtue ort either m leis usvhsa If trustw«»rtby ex d* i ce shows that th.*- eh ■ c r i« * ii in anv Lta; * ie district was ii st a lr *e eleetixdi. then an •* honest count ’ is merely a register of r 112 aery ANDREW OLSON VICK S FICWES AHO VEGETABLE PAID ETI - the to -i I MUI Hill wo 1 k * the kind : ii.- w.r i It contain- ue^r'v I-r><* page: 'll lr • !* of f;*s> ii’-;-* r,i*    I v the T It i TMK WIP Pioneer Press I REE BO RN. For town purple*.................... For School Purpose, I... .r»4- If, t LI BR \ R V tf- I.\ V . J.9 , I I) — . \ I),* ; rn I i OOI*9* «l#. lit Smith* JUST LE £ IV E D A LARUE FANCY SCODS I L («U11 > E c» o r*'I from I aper, $1 *M' ; (icrninr* and E VICK’S FL' ct is i s a v < -.r YICK S CATALOGtfe, only J Bents. Address JAMES YU K. L' I N I ROBATK s t H i; I -St I -'ta Con aly of T Special T im). D* <:cmber the matter bigg-, dec the pct it ii charity I* went The irately 27 ly enUi>!* * under the Stratton?, j .n agri* ui agisted I ter. N Y. trained in - this xx tit I f Minne- v llk.'u on of *.V J i or of larg* e I '    ,    %    J* Household I i a 11 x attract -I And ti if' of tile 1 -tate 1 sell. On rending of Sarah J. Rices. T -xvii, a hniei-’rators <d In B I :.e W pn -I-, A (treat N£!io!ifii Work. The ilhmtratexl history cf the Centennial Exhil itlon, with a tori! des* fit*i**n *«! the (Treat Buihiirfgsr and a1! the ohh-st9 cf interc't **Xhibi‘ed ’her*'. Kv Jatr.v- C. McCabe, author af “The Centeno Ut I Hi-tory of the United States.?* etc. Etohel-iahed with over 280 fine engravings of bondings end sanes ut the great Exhi-bi ion, I lie National Publishing Cj of have issued of the u handsome v-damc bearing the ab *ve , title. The intense interest ^veryxtIn-re The receipts of grain at the Til lead- manifested iii the great RxhibRioii, and ; ing Atlantic seaports for thirty weeks, j (be desire t » obtain a complete ah i , n*t    ii    .    „    ,    I    ending Nov ll, 1S7G aggregate 135 - i connected accourt of it. will u ti quo much, I hey xx-.-mt both ends of the of,'? moo iii .•    1    •    .    v -v . •    »- ii ,    .1    1    i»    •    i I t),).j ti.)bush- Is. (if which New York s tionah:\ cause ti)is book lo have 2 very rope. \\ hiie they falsify the count of ;    percentage was 40 8, as against 5’3 3    extensive sale. an honest election in order to get Ore-    f°r (be same period iii 1873    Within    • ibis Hist* ry rf the Centennial Et* three years there has been a very I hibicion is riot a in, list of the article-marked diversion of the grain trade he exhibited It i? a superb v dun ie of v.r ,    .    .    .    .    ...    longing to this port, and a correspond- ■ pages, from the pen of ©ne of the e SU tint t tat n > pnti'ipje of justice j    j,,^ increase in the portion    falling to    j    1,1 s: popular sift I; ors of the day    Mr can give them either, presuming the    Baltimore and Philadelphia    ^    1    Mctlabe rec!vcd ihc constarft and syu facts in both eases to be as stated.    uAMfto4 .......\ k x ; pathetic assistmce ' f t he CUritcnmal nut hor:7its, and enjoyed peculiar nd own unfairness, lf there is a crimin- I iu the >2is?i-sippi Valley to .dace his ality in the matter it seems to us that grain in Liverpool, via >N xv Orleans, af it lies with those who forced upon the j !1 uiucb lofter rate than he can pend it Board* m-cewitv of alumin.- such ‘I,e 8a‘"“ V,** ty !:iil a8d ' e’a-' ..    .    .    j    steamer, via « hrfajn and the Atlantic graze rp*(mn.ibiiil.cs, »s the lhr.mmtf ; seaboard J, rf ll is sia.pij (be old out of buli-doz -d parishes, and for ineu j problem of rallw,y vs rivers. ’J'lic at 11*ie* distance to call them scoundrels ' country at large can only y mgru?uiatc for doing it. is like the relatives of a itself on the success of any system j    which    permanently    *ntj.«peng the tran9 culprit casting epithets noon a jury of    •    ,    I    .    . .w I . , , , •    , .. .    ‘    t    portal ton of cereals Dom the Missis? in-- I hiladclphnr and < hicago, dwingttishfed gentlemen fur bringing in pi Valley to the great markets a verdict of guilty, after they have world heard the evidence. Brother Cleve-I land at d his Democratic friends ask too t -tat** of - ald ■ I * other things. 11 briered said cst time an i Fem*ra I filing rv >, || j t iii** ut' new la h i-tern j. ♦ .f. -a . .-J. J 1 t v. ar. T Ii thai i irt EHVs tai \l> I, r« pre-enting ninon ev have tlilly a Ii in and praying thwt I y ace be fixed for ex;imilliner at* allowing th**;r account of their adutiuie-    ] c (ration and for the assignment of the tea- |pl(aiKrB |‘*rsa ; Vml thai'br reaa-m of the nlue of aa id estate to heirs It is ordered, f telegraphic facilities for obtwinin* in fr tAat sal I Meounl be jammed, ami pe-    tafti m-w*. Tiix Pi*»xri h Paia^    V    * tltion heard, by th# Judge of this Court,    the level with *he Le--1’ ,- ! * on Friday, tise 12th day of January. A. ll. ,    an j f|1|}| tW(,,„ v.f(l,irJ «.    , j    t „<<f .’it ??, °f1.uck A- *    :t! !h'* Probate]    fumishi.1 f*v the heft Chicago    pupers !    V,! ?lh",rt,Loa- in    county.    And    f    Dealt ing 1 place ti it 19 .ortlier on,. , cd, t.iat notice there* f \>o f],c h,u|(h f)t    f III: given to ,11    i„„r,t>y put,- :    I.    "'P7,S A'": :iTLu!:!:‘"T;r, f0-r 'Ar.”!- i («•    ............. J aper in A FI RST-CLAUS xx A I, I, XI A I* gon, they ask t * x hit cc count'd a false fleet ion, in order to grf Louisiana cee?ive weeks prior to s.lid lay of hearing, in the Freeborn County Mandard, a week- J Iv fie V-j ij. -r. printed and puhli-hed at Albert L a in said county Dated at Albert j I. 1, the IMH Ii day of December, A. I). 1876. By the Court, GILBERT GULBRANDSON, oD4    Judge    of    Probate,    i M y,. I >;t cr,    j    This    map    shows    evert    rhct    oSee    river Attorneys for Au* naistratora.    and    railroad,    colored by -anti. a. in hi Ie I in the States of Minnesota and W i.-cun-in, AS A PREMIUM. A !»’! N I> n: \TC.3 A S ALE DF REAL ‘ I complete; also Norther* tllir.ois and more 31 :t I*. ST.. 06. 4H .. 41... 42 .. 43... 44... 4"»... 46... 47... 48... 49. The Reformers. Honest Democrats Mlist Act. 4 he f‘o!!oxving coinmutiication was The Democratic House committee j H^dresRcd to lite N j Tribune, from Otego, of that State, atni is among the “Ti ‘Hie preparation of ibis app tinted to go South and whitewash j the bull-I z rs. ask.-d and lad voted    intlica,i°n»i l’“at the rank and file of the    j    billon, ane to them for expenses, 821.000, with i    the PeoP,e care n,°rc‘ <;>r prnctieal hon    1    v rk ;,b,)Ur    1 I    .    .    I    I    I    M    ... van tngt Work I: •' 'Went h ok through efty; d^pH'rtment o; in JIH ' . i .1 which they will Le en.iblt I to diive in the Illest ^t-r. ;\gv . I. r.^go V the largest hotels, drink champagne at the most fu sh iou a bde rc'Mjurantt. and in (■sty. than they* dj for technical sue !S. ; of tile great NY or In’ i the history >1 the pre::? fnterpr; [ba fit ‘>f Iris lab >rs is a ' H, 2 ii.a at descrip! 'n us j-fi Ii-: traces !a lit.ii. cl'ising * ex t rx Lv';3'    'its inception to it- triuLi4 bin : I have been waiting some time d*y Ile th<»n takes us tin ta see if there was nut a representative i part of the Exhibition grounds, giving ,    ii*    -I    ^OUJOCrat tF,e country who badman brilliant ace.un!-of every building and * »r sp. a    -    n    "lions season in    the j    hood enough to protest against the un-    • thor feature n! interest within them. Sunny Sou    h.    nil    at p;>b*l»8j expense j    fair means which the Dem >cra*ie party    i    We are taken through the M tin Build But them, it    is    in    tho interest of    re- '    ls    t0 2T* power [ voted for    ,    ing. Machinery Ii .-ill, the Agricultural form, and we shouldn't- grumble    |    Samuel J Tilden, as I supposed he I and Horticultural Hills, the Art tl. i) . i >•    0    .    I    •    I    VVils »«i h*)iw!»i mail, but if ho will ar- I Gallery, tile Government Building inc    lv‘pub:ie in    .Senate,    knoxvio."    1    !    1    7»    1    «    , .    .    ^    I    Ct P< t.*e    big. *‘;*i ri.tce in    toe nation    ;    and all    tile other    structures,    and    our f ie litten** \ character of this    thraugh    a legal’reaiiirieality in Oregon,    deepest    attenti n    is    held all    the    time House    Committee,    and the    pa t:zan    I    or through bribery ,r. Soath    Carolina,    ;    by the    descriptions    of the    rare    and -e sen-t,    felt 1    or tbrou"b assassination in L>aisiana    beautiful objects contained in them. purpose for which they wgfie sen-t, felt compelled to guard-'against any imposi and I*lurid:!, he is not fit for that high nosit ion    <tia    Tx...______ The book is written with a vigor •It ll K •* I I i I *) 9X ft f O' I) I ,.lx    X.    I I « I o    .. ES Pat .!— Rn rs.ut nt to art order of    w ,    .    * .    .................- j license isfned out of and uiMer the seal of I    „    .    J ,?    IuWj[    S,,h>cnh^r« sending the T: M,ate Ueurf. for the county of Free- Si ® f n‘R    T,,K1    Weeki‘t    J bom. Stair af Minnesata. lated April 28th ! „ ?    . 1 ^ ^r one year. and one of , -,*0..... I is: , t!iV an Tersigned a hn’Oisfa.ifor of the    £***    ««    any po,,, j Kl..... estate of Daniel O'OounelT, Exit of -aid i    Ib    n !    I    ‘    -o..... county, decreed, will jiber for sale al !    •    *    1 'IL'    1 i«Mr.B    I ki ss will h<.    Bent public auction, and xviii m\\ .0 'ho hivhe-f *'X 11 "JI* aIweek For.°** L)o5,Mr F°r month, j r»4..... bidder for cash, at ihc rescuer of the un-    •'I*******, and Frit ay r I •;>..... der-ipned, on the premises .aelow' de- |    ‘ y ( eU,e 1>tr I,,on‘h*    I    56..... scribed, in th^ tow n of Hartland, in ^Icf j i county, pa Ca I j* day. the 13tfi day of Janu* I ary, A iK lh. 7, al IO o dock in the fore. i noon cl said day, the following described real estate, -ituafe in said Freeborn colin- I iy. State of Minnesota, to xvii; The south* I west quarter of .he corf Ii w -st qnai tor! nr. T' j lot nub)her one 1 I ) it* section lumber thirteen. (Id) and lot aiHiher one. (I) in I section nu moor formed’, (14) all in town-| sliip nun ber one hundred and four (104) I north, of range number twenty-two (22) west. M Ii itll land will be sold subject to I all ‘he rii’bt of dower or other irtercst of ' the • i.iow of the said Daniel <) Connell, ! Alt i -! Lea, lie i i.ilu-r 2<ft)i, 187tj UA It If*Ty SULLIVAN. Administrator of tLe ' •*:'!? of Daniel O’Connell, deceased, j LovKl v i DabkER, Attorneys for AdniifiLtraltr 6It4 rn .) 4 ♦ * - J «.*> iou 2 6-It) 22-100 4 1-10 9 5*10 5 8-10 4 2.57 IC' 4 I-1D.. I 38*100 1 UT -1 AJO 2 7-10 9 l-l^ 4 5-10 6 3-10 .7 4-1C 13 3-IO 2 7-10 2 83 IOO I 08-100 1 94 IOO 4 3-10 81-100 96 IOO 8 2-10 2 8.10 2 8-1O 2 9-10 **' r    •    <111*1 j) ‘ * ir'wM. PI rn rn 11! 2, 1*4*:* Net 1*1*1 '-I* Only .*4^0 St»Ll» ON LY IN 8ETA- p. .    f 1 I    t f ft    •    u    j    i y fin* i:^uj%1Iy s a*! :if from Si O) lo SI SO e .ch Nothir rn like this library has been K \NI 7A ’E IfE8, TO! F8. RI r,*’( * NG LOV KS, '* • i ♦.!»!£.»■ ii A J IS E \ •• U i UU AC LA* ’E8, I RE cj3 rnVE.s U Tm : ■*[',( lf I EFS i th I I A F RTM ENT I) BEATTY'S T«*ng«e. Parlor Organs I ’CISSE? "TAPI.E 7-10 I 5-100 I 53-100 imi ton, N. ■10 -IO lr ■.'•BT J r tun ra am* f »r 1 « {T*»r *ri. of < rp r*»: is! F. ll St-wsynjer », N. ?.* t I arn • org% ■» • - c f tim boot U* ti>i.«i ar* run*'.I T»*r r ii JO R > ROODS i AT BOTTOM PARKS ct t or >■ t*. ri?e* i f a-i< y». i"*4*. 1 'rarrmntfii fr*r TdO. l:?f « f f RC UR CU I* Ic ^ ‘r^an. Addr** na. H.i.Vt/ 0. F. KE.ITTY, IX K»Unjrt*>, New Jrr*cy S.A 7-    ;MAPK THPSE FACTS. .....* The Test bvony of the Who : World. j 5_10 HOLLOWAY’S DILLS. .....“ I ha.I to *1 jK-tite ; II lluw*\‘n I'iila Have me * 76-100 he*^> Ty m. 4    .    s,t    ,j    .. .....j ‘ t 9 ’! I be 'n rtJ*’C '• v ‘vnd keen them i.i    the I Good Corsets Only SO eta- Our stock of C.roce~!*x is - rpltte. Chol YO CNO    VB ON :*«A >nl» 50 ti*. ii    1    country Democrats are maiic of difler- ground and report the tacts    *    .    ,    •    ,    -ic    uiaun    u:    timer* r    cm material    j.    fj Thin Ii publican commit fee, charged    Otego. *N V.. Nov 30, f876. with an examination in four or five    rr>; . .-v    ‘ e,    .    .    .    .    i    ftfE    r<M5N«    Folk*    Monthly-I he Sutes. only ask. an appropriation of Young Folks’ MWhl*. the great pep. BMW)!) .being 81 0.000 Jees    than the    j    uJar I llufitrAtxd Literal    Mi, gad ne for ouse we oi me is th,0 t a    j can get    y :ung people. A'moveity in mo ny reft on^ xx i .,.   ......    I    ?pects ; many <h part merits" alone Worth Aaron B Levis*ec, one of the Re- ' tbe wb°l® subscription price- Text j)ublicirr*f4ootors of the ol Louis-j F>r School Dial igues. Ae Cash iana stater op*iffy. at the tiu,< he east i I'1 't€S ^or “Compositions.” This his vote tii.m he vm* overed $100,000 I ^onl^ly stipple s c wants that have lo vote for I if iv* ti ll e hxs-a-    n;*e made    never been feunplied by    any ether pean affidavit stBtin : th* I get a*    in cietait!    j    ri    Thirty-two    ([three-column which tnak'fe a e-'.ic! ti sr Ae cr; sc ;kk] f’:igesin'every nu. tiber beautiful,y de ft crushing leeuid f r tlu patty1 df reform. 1    -    "    1    *.......  a-....... Snow fell in portions of Canada on Eriilay to the extent of several feet.1 feigned, with tinted cover. T ■rtns of and enable them to recall the magtufi- 1    •    1 j cent seenvfi they nave witnessed, lo those who could nut ir.nke the journey. the l^ok is a neeesifity. for it will en-j able them to enjoy t he dvrights of a , thorough' ueqbaititunco with the great j Exhibition in ihe quietude of their I own hornet* 1 There is not another book <n print j which gives one fourth of the infbr mat*on finn*«tried in (his work. It i? superbly i^istrated, ami the price is so loxv that all CNI) afield to secure a c. pv. The hook isierdd by subscription only. and'the‘publisher! Want ag ons in every county'. suh>eription—SI per year, postpaid Four hundred employes of the Treiis-Send I be lop one months’ trial. Ad-1 ury Department, two thirds of whom dress. ^ oung Fo!kMonthly, 151 A I were women, were diseh.u leJ on Fnt-L*3 Fifth Ave , Chicago, Iii,    j    alday. CENTESM FOLDING LAMPSHADE. ■ A handsome, durable convenient FOLDING LAMP SHADE, with beautiful Litbo-graphie viexx s of the Centennial building*. Every family, office, and student needs it Sent post-paid on recipt of 25 cents, or «* for one dollar. Address Hamilton it Schater, Fort Madison, la. VICKS FLOWER AND VEGETABLE SEEjjs are planted by a million people in America Virk’w ( ntnlocue, 300 illuotration* only 2 cents. ^icltV I tori i Ciiidr, qxsarterljr, 25 cts t year. ; itk’s Power mid Vc triable Garden, 50 cents wits rtegant clutU covers $1 OO. All my publications are printed in Eng-liSiUand German. Address J A JI ES YICK, Rochester, N. Y. Genera! merchandise : F1. Jones of Geneva, has purchased, and will make J addition* to the stock formerly owned by I M. S Buxton. J Bariums eaii He Secured J. F. JONE*, OenevA. Mina. TR7 3D 013 TIX Kl ’» LL FCT RIC SOA! SAVES TI k/' SAVES LABOR. SAVES KONEY. I “ l>r. Holloway to»s car.* ’, ar L.    tie that wa: j chemic.*’ .....“ I vrav'z) "lie of y >ur I’.II-* t » nit-    for cb*der* I 6 10 in His. t oe u.-ar little tlciiiz k’ * «eJl in » day.” I “ My 5i»ti-‘*a <*f a n;»*riiin|r i- ii •,r cJiT-'ci.*’ ."**.**    J “ ) ur Imx f Ii i), wafi’s Oiiitiiicnt furvJ mc    * f • ■**    >    n* isi-j. in    ti; • hc.»d. I rub WU s. .nae . f > w;r Oint-    I ....    mn it bellied the tar-, .md    ha* J. ft.'* j a 27-l> (t !    **Send nit tart* t x-s ; I naut i n** fur a pm>r > “    faiTiilj-.*' 5    3-lit I    . j!i>*t a dollar: \"ur ; r ce is ‘JU cents,bn! the ! .....    | medicine t«» ii e is w rth a d liar.” “ S- ?; I me five b- xti* 4 f y» ur Pills,** t    “ tet me fc^xc th. t-e l>-'ii *, vt jomr IhH* bx-    ?eturc ■“*— •    j    ma:’, for    Oiii’5* and Fever.” -..... i * Fay*'    <.v*v two bunged i*2 h t«-timocdals    as    : the9-* ' -ii*of(»;    a    me    t • i y vade. J ZZ    For Cntaneous Disorders. I Q J 1X0 Aud .ti;    IJS,;* V. e ■ i I*, tnic    is    m*JSt 16 ,w in vain at »**    It d. ,f heal fit .’rug!/ah-T e, I tit ....... I euetratcs with tho must se archit* e3* cts to the i ......very riM>t i f the >-vil.    ^ . .....iO    TT_£N. 72” £2 it"' ills. 22-100 I    Invariable    cure th*    dis. h Disorder of the Kidneys. ■***••    In all diseases atTectin^ the»e <T-;»n-, whether ....... tbt y seerete t< «* much er too l’ttle walt r; <-r wheth er they W afflicted with et< tits «.r gravel, « r w ith I achot and j aint- e»-t11* d in the ]■ ins ■.ver ti.* regi- us ......of tise khfneys, th. s.* lh I! a sh; n>d be taken a .-« rd- I*• ffce printed d*recti- ? « and th.. -■ dU be well nib ed nn.> Ihe - mall of Hie back at bed time. .This treadtneiit will Hive aim name- ;    ,    ...    ,    ,  For sicc6 achs Od of Order. I PLEAS^ GlttJ ^ ^CALl rU^fUE UR r NEN AND FEA Ll] PEACHES. VERT CHEAP. HOOTS £ SNOE AT THE Ut WEST I1 RD ES. I 23-100 | N.» ruedi* a!*' via 5 IO of th ■ Ht> nisei. ^ : Tedcally ip)pn>x-e the t«*r.e h* ic -c (fills; they remove alt aridi-49    IOO    5    v-O r by i;u*:rep^r^ce r uu{ r* j« r I    diet. Th<    / teieh Ole liver a- I reduce It tog healthy ••    ae»i« n • they are W' jaftarfiiliyiaflfecaciaiis in cases <5 sj-asiu -in fact tin y ie vt r fad .n curing all dis*>r-ier* < X (be liver and rtoniaeli. >, HO LIX) TA AY’S PILLS ar. the Lest kn*)wru in the • i»rl*t fur    the f*'ll«*winj* disea>t'» : •.% '»n>, Asthma, I    3-10,    bijous Ct    rn plaints, Bl.*tcli. - «,n toe Skin, ft. wels, J7 D ’5 Ii*<o?wi pti* u, l>el dity, Or pay. Oyset terv, £y•>>{ ' . J. BA IX’II,* did , iv-t C* "iii; ’lit:'-. Lt" r.j;*. . Pi ie* £)iei>*ea-t em, H-b’ijtii n 11 urini. s-r- fuia cr f> ti3v E\;]    -■ ■ e e . Sore Threat*, St^ie and Orrte!. T*--U iii nr* aal    H ftflfMR* Turn. re. VI, Worn s f a.; *.i.    .XX,-    *.    net- fr* rn    ‘    I    if    UHS    , ATV O . Put CS Is /» GILBERTSON 3R0THER8 —AT THE— PEOPLES’ STORE Having rente.l the fine eli<»p. tormar ed by A- Brown, in now prepared Ip . i. I'cii'ale Irrej(iilanties,4evers7-f all kmdSjFit*, 'V*    in    I Qeaai, headache, Iud; ;e‘ti* n. Inflamn -.ti ij. iatm- Guv < . 6*10 .CCJ .aver C* J! ;’ain's Lu* di.Hf** . i'ih*s 4 7-10 TO any cai ^ 6 *-io IMPORTANT CAUTION I    Sihinht ........None    are    cei>    a"    ani*    *"•    the    - 'natal* *-f J. If vt-    Off    III//*V^ 86-100 Rock, a* ai** ■ ’ f. r tn>- i lilted Mate-, s>irr* isnde 13    6-10    **l‘b tx x "f Til;., and Omtrnentt. a hands) nie re- r ii*    wanl wiU *>*irfr*n t(' A*1)' ' he r.-Ederii;u mu I* :n- b    4- III    f rmation ai* n ay lead t«. the d* teen n i f uny * aru* I    65-100    cr parties counterfeit ion the r edit ires * r vend: g j the *an kin win« then: I**Ie i J uricu*. j *»*8< ij at the n.snn* tcZcry ■ / l r.if*.--* r II* ll v iv’ An<l notice i*    hereby    given    that    the    * Co.#Sew York, a I *•* i r*"!*ce»atIe if nu-•,* -t** as    a    if?    I    *    .    ...    ,    .    un i u?    in    fi    t’GstTi.f tiif* r**ut ii# pi    i County Treasurer    or his Deputy    xviii    unit    wnrM. ti b *xea at a* rent* ta . -.i.*-. a .J ^. *."4,    --- each town in said    county    for the purpose    H? There is * nsiderabie paving by ta'*.. ;g the Evarvihing ch eat p n> *1 on abort n cf receiving said taxes, as specified below,    ..    .    ..    i    -    - .    °    r    *    >•    )>    -I    irecti n» f«.r the a#!tdai re * f j 4*;, llt^ m to-wit;    a very dipfder are affixed to ach Lux.    /*    film    it    I    V»    /    J In the tcxvB of NTWK V at the h<yrtwt cf . OOIcp, 11‘J JJb^rty    A>w    York#    “Af    (dr    ill    III    **    flit Bobs et V-’***;- .'ork on plow#, a'co painting to Order notit

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