Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard in Albert-Lea, Minnesota
21 Dec 1876

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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - December 21, 1876, Albert Lea, Minnesotait reborn Coun Uj Standard ALBERT^ LEA, MINN., DEC. 21, 1876. LiOOAla. >>.......  "I    "I    I    JLi——*™ ‘lioliday goods tor the minions at Wedge & Wulfsberg’s. Muon of our local is taken up this week by notices of Christmas goods which we found necessary to insert foi the benefit of our patrons. Pl arils, the largest assortment in town, at the City News llooui. ^ * • SNOW —A slight fall of snow occurred on Saturday, and now the sleighs and cutters are in demand, although Alioth- Blizzard.    IUceLand    Run away —forget Hah ' Moscow Accident.—John Padgett | .CLUBBING RATES. The gale on Friday night last was I verson, of Richland, supered the misfor- I was thrown from,* three year old celt We will ^club Th* Stas^kd \ one of the most severe our people have    tune 0f a runaway, while or: tile road    i    the other day and badly injured Ile    publication.: mentioned    be.;?-, at experienced for a long    time. Among    paSiino through Moscow township, re-    I    had taken the animal out to water, and    ];>wlng r*tc* ’ , j    j •    .    •    I    i    1    -    •    i" Uhieaga Tunes, (Opposition! ........ the damages done in this place are the • suiting in the killing of one horse. J was returning from the spring to the Milwaukee News (Dem)............... following:    When near the house of Mr. C C.    stable, some 40 rods across a piece of    j-’L P»vl Pjoaeer-PresB............. Gov. Armstrong had    two chimneys , Sargent, the team ran against a tree,    j    frozen plowed grouud, when the r: c i -    N‘0'r ^ e 91 ^ch roil ic! e    \ Ca t belie j Liacofn fir others* dealer, had his new building thrown badly out pf plumb, and saved it only by timely bracing. France & Patrick have since been compelled to remove the debris ol their awning and put up a new one. Several large window lights were many wagons are yet seen on oui streets gushed among the business houses of 'Christmas! Christmas! Christmas I towu ut Wedge k Wulisberg'a. in the fall as to break the plastering ; [{ become entangled in the lines and and shake things generally.    was dragged some distance before being released, and was somewhat injured. Mr. Anderson, the new furniture him to the house at last account. This Week’s Advertisements — ll Hick ford — Puland-China hogs for Chimneys were blown down, also, from the house of X ll Elliekson and Duty of Town Cleeks. Town clerks will bear in mind that j the I ut requires tilt in to make returns , of the births and deailis en or before i the 10th of January. Planks (or tin:* j purpose will be founl at the office ol the Clerk of the Court and should he procured in seasonable tune, so that no j did inti ne acies may happen. 'I hcse re-1    ""    •    .    .    J ■Morts* iii the past have been, in Eouiein. I Harper’s Weekly........................ j ILil-per’s Bazar.......................... Lady’s Friend............................ Peterson's Magazine...................... bcrjiouett a Monthly.................... j Gody’:; LnUy’g Book and (’bromo “The I Mother’s .Joy ................... F Hall — Assignee’s notice.    Salatday Evening Post........... t, , j 4. 11 j    v' • f i- : TaWa.Blad- .........  ... Scotland & llnukne-.s—Notice of dis rhjt    ihter-Ucenn ml ut io ti.    N*w York Sun..................... . .    v . t    Uhicnjro Tribune  ............ Andrew Oh-.n Notes loci.    ^,,....  .....-....... Administrator’• Farm*rn’ Union, Min ;..*>: p bs.... , Scientific American............. •    Washington Republic, (Politi :i A Probate HO ti JO—rotate of ll. ll. Scribner’'* Monthly ................... n* . .ii    ; St NlthoHi..*........................... 111 ii j s, decease?:    X,.    ,, .w , I Chicago Post and Mail ........ . I at rick sale. Sullivan J .lilies \ lek, the »: -u jar lances, very meagerly filled out arid d *wer and vegetable seeds, has severs I not handed in to the Clerk of Court in notices to the public Mr. V. should Found—A pocket-book containing the Baptist parsonage. valuable papers and some nione* has    ---- been found The owner can have the I Come, Everybody, and witness the j t*nne t0 allow him to m ike proper re- have many eustcuierr ia this county. ; grand    assortment, ol fine articles laid in    ! cords In tho    column headed **    Full I    v    i    ,,    .    . j for the holiday trade,    and suited to .be    I Christi; n name of caon parent    it in _    wants    of all classes,    at G. M . Barck’s    ; n«*8u*ci©ut to    write John Junes    and | t!><* I'rosfeytenan chapel ID biers I (I)biers!    drug store. Fresh oysters of the celebrated Med-j     —-- j    law rn p ford, Bussell &. Co. brand, for sale by , A. II McMillen.    lf dealer in j Prairie Farmer ....... Irish American. N. Y. (Catholic).... Irish World, N, Y. (Caiholier ........ I* fob »o • A OOM 20•> MO.1 80rf 30(J 7305 30o 50rt 50I 25J IO4 IO;; 40rt (Mia CPO3 OO•J 45O o 354 •> Oor • f IO4 25•) 403 304 noI YOTr^ tho* XA o ii. ii, Si. inn a mw i * 13 n'Y THE O IP <3 o -sr Pocked in tin ckw* it preset -e.- :*3 stir j- same by proving property and pay in for this advertisement. I wile, but the lull mine of cadi The •i t be b ick i I The debating society will meet at the Presbyterian chapel to morrow {F riday) evening univ stated Hi tne r•«ck. « HONEST    Count.—    We call special    :    each blank and reads, with reference | attention of our readers to the article the duties of the elcik that he  _  1    ,    |    I    (.    I,"    - shall    recd vc or obtain and register -!    on    t|)e    gecorc    pnjr<‘, taken    from    liar-    ,    _    ii-.    i Schleuder Brothers are prepared to    .    ,,    I    the facts concerning the birth-    and fill all order, for holiday good,, in the P" S ***"?’    A" lWe' j £• th.. ...d duly r^r, .*    .„-eJ ,    .    I    Count. We think the reasoning is Because parents fail iii the perform- jewelry or ,.l«r-w»re hoe, and at j,noes j un8ngwerob|e    i    „f    tl'eir duties in thin matter, no as low as any firm that advert..res to .       >    excuse is furnished tin* clerks ter the “sell at cost”    Final    Notice.    \    neglect of ti.cir duty \ bcnahy may --- ^    All    the    accounts    due    the    late firm of    fop,**-!    j„    cub    r    case, alife..ugh Among the Grangers.    We no-    Wedge    A Spicer must    be refiled with-    the re are lr* provision" made to    pay lice among the delegates to    the State    ;n    next    IO days,    or costs will be    parent!: for their tr* lible. while    ik- City News Boom. p«.*t office build ing is the place to secure your best presents for ttie holidays. Grange held last week at Owatonna, tbe made. name of Dr. Ballard, of this place, who I made an address to bis brethren on the occasion i r Albert Lea, t)ec 12. Ibid Terrible Accident C W edge. V. Spicer. I receive a fair eoinpet station for their la-^ bors iii this capacity. It is also the duty of physicians who alf rid a person j during th.dr last slim >-■. t-> make a ccr-Oti Friday . ti Scale, when req ue Ste I. of tile dura? i rn Fresh Vacicxne Matter. — l>r. Fioshaug has fresh pure vaccine mit-tcr, and will vaccinate ut cents ‘ Home ’—Dillon O Brian’s lecture bist evening, on the snhj ct of ** Ii .me was well received b\ a fair audience ’J’he early hour at which we go to press precludes anv extended notice. KELItilOl’S INFEI.LIGENC R Rian—I ’amex Water unJ    | ! afreets. Hervic‘*a every is ii inlay at IO| cm. ( and 7 r m. Hahheth Sci moi at 12 M. • Weekly prayer inert ing at 7 i »■ m., every i * Thursday:    Young    people's    prayer    meet | jug every Sunday ai 0 |» >t. Uev. It ll. Abbott. Factor. Baptist—Services ever} Sabbath in(r»-I lag at the ii-ua! hour. ' hr Fcandinavian Union Sabkalh School meet- at tfe^.ilaptisi church every Sunday ( : at .1 A : - k :. «. El :ai i I 'Services siorning and even- j ing WI.’, ho fecpl at the court    .    ii    the first a I .liir ! Sundaye of tach month. Kkv. R K Got ut. Uxivfk*. AUST — At I' ii I va* r - a < I clin pel, on Claik •Greet, evei \ Sun lay morning at 104 o clock. • a«v Mn fli.i^T. az FOR SALE AND WARRANTED BT *-+5 P 11- J 'Cf CD PO CO ert- SO CD CO ITow and BoVel; R. B SUNNER A CO, HAVE \ NE^ I IDEA iii THE WAY OF SELLIE* UA Hi i. if Bf THE USE O* WIE PATENT CARPET EHHBITOK; Whereby they ear. •hr v a    I    EF    TK | j».er *‘N of I "arpef, giving a- f -5 <    ■ '• i#*;. j a1- can I e jot in Cl .cago. ta;! and im ; the anil ai. aud gel a nice t a* r>ct (a. ani fifed to your room, made ap for Ivr < cents per yard extra. LINCOLN BROTHERS. r .rf    He HEADY-MADE CLOTHING | Benntiful Goods, Beati'.. ii S vie* a i j ri* *-• low 'L it you w.., hardly mist) the money you ray for tk»m. V-> will clothe y. i tit* t(;p of the b**.td tothe**rid of the foe nail-* for $ IO (JO ani throw in a battle of F.ene- EXTRACT OF PLANTS FOR f koOC LiVF Turkeys and Chickens    ;    last, n man whose name we    understand Wanted Highest cash price paid at    to be    Christ Hanson,    of Lmd.m town- Falmer’s. on and after January 1st.    I    ship,    was burned to    death    during the — ——    ^    terrible gale of that evening. It a{«- M a son ic Sociable—The Masons    ,    -r*    ,    .. pears that srr.rks irom ...c cnunnev of this place gave a plcsGar.t sociable of the last *d< k nv>s. tile disease of which til** nor- rn di d and the duo t i discase ta nett Iv as fee can state ti; em. We call att. ut Ma t. on Tuesday avenin?, at their Bod ge room. The refreshments were ani]: e. and the company joyous. G. Wv. BaRCK is prepared tc sup]dy pe;irs that sb ^rks irom were carried by the wind to the straw-stable, setting fire to tho same. In it were his horses, cows and a large amount of other property, and in hi;* effort to save it, was overwhelmed bv • to of the I col am n if ii old and f.ivei and th ■ oii'y aa rotn in . nnenpolis, the all parties, young and old, with all the heat, and all perished together in kinds of holiday goods, in the line of the flames. To overt ke a family with Ie; toy*, picture-book; and 1anc\’ artic! ("all at his drug store. Grasshopper Question.— W e notice that considerable interest if being felt in Congress over the grasshopper subject, and that severfl measures o! re lief are boing discussed Turkeys. Geese, Chickens - A II McMillen’s stock of fine poultry will supply everybody with a savory chrifct iii ss dinner. Episcopal Service —It wa* given out !a*t week that the l.pu- "pa society terrible. such a calamity, h < uh Don't fail to drop in and see the dis-as gifts at Wedge A play of Christi!! Wullsberg’s. New Boo it. — The new book of I HI Ion O’Briei entitled, “ F'rank Blake ” is a scene af lively interest, laid upon the western coast J Ireland, and well sustain* the reputation of the distinguished writer Its work, which was ii ne at the Pioneer Press office, is a model of beauty and neatness, both in iii* typographical art arid in the binding tbe pro*]” bs fess, pr intrd in an >?hi i con r ’ d id at i tig the I new-paperi, of St I ‘an! j ic na) pub I .-died iemeer Pr*-:» ha^ I suc»*eedcd to liieir i ii.blued eireuhi-ti--n, insuring it the nieicr and organization ncces-ary to the success!ai p»ib-;<-:»ti"!l of a fl; s*-vias. I r* pi n wspaj cr, el the growing interest if w< st Tbs Pi ne cr Pl ess i to both t he newsp »p< r "iwest and i d <\ A Report of Grand Jury in Regard to the County Jail. The grand jury at the hod term of e Ult i.iviog been it*•Grafted by the J  .....-    ;    “    >    —     the to < \tit I ii • ‘ ai r‘! •i. tis ion of t h iat duty and rt : • k C- Ull'v I .Hi asle tile • rt as to performed How iug ri - We •int* t be > lift •ITV Mi. ♦* ^ tit a !> I ie Jan t db wing F’r •I i, ii av I county, trl: b •rn x- lirftrb w ■I* I IU* cig JU-page U. it ii t■ I\ w>*rt by tho great N -rt 2 W jtil Alt p J JI a too oar r snrumcient I S' HS cot.- *«tult v in *m«iL 2d ALBERT LEA I’KHDllE MARKET Orrioc oi Tin? St \’«!ur.i», A Albiihi Ll.\ Dec    21.    187*; WHEAT, per ba*he!.......... I    OD    (Ti !    OI ( GKN, per I us tel .............. S-7    * *    ... OATS, per burhel  ......... 26    («    BO F. AKLEY, per bu^hoi.........-    lh fa ... BK ANS. per Jim Abel...........-I    OO fa It UU KW Ii EA I, f cr bushel...    IS fa    ... FLOCH, cr cwt M   f    O’*    %Z    20 <*It A II I M FJjOUH. fw*rcwt«S    O'*    (>,    ... LU* KU HI \T FL »l‘K  I    »»*;    ?••    ... COLN MF.AAj, per cwt......~2    40    (».    ... FCHD, per CWI.................. 90 fa    ... II AA*, p. run...*........  5    UG    U ti    (¥) AV (hi ti, pt r ear I dry..........o    OO    r., »; A' < •• >!>. p r c id 'tatn ......4    <s»    ((si BUTTER, per lb....!........... )!|(W)    lo UftKlSE | * r lh ............ 2*•    (*i    ... I * I * -. | «T •*>■/. .............. i - • ' '■ HIDES, green, per if!.......... Gl o*,    ... i(II*l> dry, j.,r Ii. ..    ...    OS • «    ... SH KE r II AMS H A MS. ** > ■X1 If-X V1 a JBL* mJmm mMLm I M III MI» : Bt BAT SECRET I WHY ALL KtX’ I?OOM HOIT.IIT AT Ff LTS per J 24 * men grater rn the X . fir, a ne Si v. r ;! •stern i ur ti ti i - the lo ti an tha I go I). WSI tw>w a necess and busine brei use ll - ie •ti ti.* rcial in advan d tw< t. * t furnish ■iii r - n* w» ira*] wa ‘Ii I it k X eva a \v! i hoi i Poison — I* ;< would hold their Christmas service at the court house. Ellis arrangement has been changed, and notice is now given that their service will he held at cost” can beat fht rn in prices the Congregational church, morning The finest a-s .rime lit of plated silver wares cm he found at chle: cr Brothers, and i o fi- .rn *• sdlio at ;    Bond    Robbers, and evening of next Sunday. »t the j The clearance *d‘ the hoed robb New Y ; the best pad Des teaching arc fr-e • •us adv paper, b Jar *h na I < i! fat j ti!'*- »U Liven i iii ail t in it-.• ut. is *r claim newspa el or B advert •aul Ii.) •Hon «,.i Kill'; iaiigcr w holt s -ecu- 3sual hours, bv Rev. Mr. Gowdy. entcrfaiuing r* w 11 i■i ii. mend t?*e p this matt r. •sit WO as ( anv it* ( most • til irabh d the OI ly e per i ’he price. $3 year post-paid, cm I irdly be nu return as much good. ape lit in other iv.iv. S I Prime A Ch; h us< 0 X EW Post >» a st Kus. Johnsru I. who lins been from punishment undvr the circutn-For a choice present suitable for I stance of the case, is one of the most table or 'personal ornamentation, go to | remarkable even s in tbe court proceed-the jewelry establishment of Schleuder j ‘nps of our county. Here is a case of Brothers    theft, in which son e $13,000 in notes. _    | bonds/and other valuable papers were jj'irk How" New Y. ne. -Mr. ti nu. old ^toK n flout a trunk. A party of strati-    -*    - *—---rr~*-    - acting as j per8 pa(j occupied tbe nom where the ^(... Deputy Postmaster at this place f°r trunk was kept, arid soddenly decamped. t’.« smie time past, has been .{.pointed Th# v,Inableg wc^ oifesed.^heM j>"- 1 uT-U*’."' Postmaster, vie? h^atot. te.-igned.    tics PUSpected, ni l th?y wcrj followed cine -(Loo!-, readily v>< ; : A. A Harwood, of the Mower Coun- f M ells, where they were caught, and ! F ln    %    '*    1 • itll),!    *    J    Den, hv J a tv Transcript, ha* been appointed I <)st master of Austin. XT 7,    ,    ,    „    ,    ,    reachers’    Association. Notwithstanding these (acts, which    , «,    ;    .    I    J    he    regular meeting ut •’ of (bis week Mr Hannibal j    eeem to be e-nclusiv, in (leal Mire an : v» com rver in iderm* i* heils for * f> a t lie a n v ii row bet a i ©ti i • Ut -*»lue wa. a a IMIi 3*1. Th At the cell Is on thefide ut* til® * Lt, *v a to I gloomyI I.t»t thin* i? ai ii privy < IOU Ut (tedLh-jib. 5th. I f; the c irrnbir I hit the I frutn (hi tar- aep I a out©ide;*rt» not el».j*e c li UU-Ii ti catch (.1; -r* I Hut enough erras bi ir- Oh.: TV - •. • **■ i *> Hit * ti; I * I ir I I IQ t * * i* I rrr'Goti, arui th t» iron i of which; /;* • tnpxsed i- I ; (Mi ffi'itt. 7th. Th It•. tv ii!1! ' wa re too Sijta ll. and Inthe *’- ie jail a :.■; iff* ci a ti let ionsWe ** > put find ait fe n * ce aroundiii i . ! ,:»* th*1 ai •w of pr i» iller• lo' - I* un the sir* c*i We fin ! that }»■ •r.-OHH C* ■ i ti ii' *i ini*«;Iit receive n.**.'■ tat .in ci- I rum out -• wit ii** if Alt v J. leat (r**t abv. audut ti;' kj*i»w!edj :c *>f ti © * officer ini* *4 J:ii. We find thai t th' S' co nfined iniii liuve bien art ll matt d tv ther> in charge.J \Y PURDIE,For* man of * i r md J wryi«*r FoilK. *li* F«H A Ti if. T A LL* >'.*», TUUKKi8 (HICKEN J... a I. ti -On ! Ho oiway's rills and Oinlnient — kt wa© cm-'T’I red »io*»; lint ii n* fl »v ' v cf “Ifci!,way’- Fills ti tile world, which bari!*; he -kill I the ti*ed-”*    *    * 'en the ptn*rles» la-. Sniff hewn ll cu*»T eou- erupt iu.s alc ! the property found upon their person.-! curable by ti * t 2 • cen - t •■! *■ *x or t • | and fully identified I Local Yoni*rn. indebted t Ne me ^ Ci-t. Ut I ICF. -V p ea i sh. -All persons re* -cttIe «t i n. *• and rate ii] LIV** Ie* elti 14 after J ill 48 4 J W Smith. ('n real and Mortgages bou Dfbce over Drusr St or* Sale of Blooded 1‘obkfrs—v.»    ^    .    c    . The regular meeting ut tin-a—'ca Monday of ibis week Mr Hannibal j "<>«U -■■•■=• •<> *•• onnelumv. rn (leal,    ti.„,    >ri    , be , ,s,.h,„    ; Bickfnrd, of Manchester, purchased of I «*“*• <•« ample - ijdanatmn on ’*“'*    !    A lb,.rt    ,„„ Satarda».    I) I Boxford his pair of full-blooded | ParL a jury acquits th* rn What is the    j    ] s- Poland-China hogs. We are not at i trouble ? Did they acquit up-n such ^ W ullaberg’s. liberty to name the prier paid, but are f:*cts, or were not (he fact.- placed before assured that the animals    are    worth    'them? What is the trouble ? Society something    over SI OO    j ought to be protected ne a I net such —___  ---- I characters, nnd at the ien?t hnssible cx- One ot    the most ta-tefully    arranged    ; penre f’ortin'itcly atiotber charge assortments    of    holiday    goods    to    be j stood against th    rn, tbrui the inc upon found in    Southern    Minnesota, at    W edge    which they were    >h*n indicted, and they were again takec. into cftst*«dy to avail trial at the next ti nu of . c iirr But at what c    st to tin* c untv t! c bills six months    I 11cr at* * v ti r* veal 'W hoever may be belt! »c*sp* nsibie f »r the blundering vl cl iff* (ted ti *;r k . lease on this orcash n ti e cenntv is destined to be puni.-hid harder hr the theft than the ri blets tin dm Pis o erne k. A on t*rt If I a’unl iy, I ti c 3H ti to c *111 ii ic ti Ct * at ten ii pet int- i !t :it TI i ii s- t"ti bas furtii bed ti> with fe.ll. \v Admitted to the Bar. — Walter B Rumsey passed a creditable examination at the last term of Court and was duly admitted to practice. We wish him sn cees. as we do all other studious, temperate and active young men. T®acheT«T Association. A meeting of the Freeborn Cornily Teachers’ Association will be held at the school house in Albert Lea, on Sat ing p. •gramme : I. Loading minutes of la.-r meeting. 2 M -ceilmo.<u- busiinss. including election of officers, and ac i n un amendments to the constitution pr*. Sooted at last meeting 3. Physiol* g\*:ii our e bv A; is- im tit in ti AV alk r 10HF» TO LOAN, • tale security. Approved Vote ii. Apply to A. ii. STREET .Toutll of Pint * .•. __lt Al onry lo An uulimillMl aiimuTit of uiuney to loan i*n a* ::) security it a low rate of interest. STACY *\ TYRER Mr Daniel F Beatty, of Wasbing-t■•ii. X J . the energetic a#d persover ing manufacturer * t the i>oattv ffinno and G*»hb n Tongue p»rl<*r '*rgafis. de serves th-* Ittghest credit for having produced the m'st perfect lnu.-ieal it>--ti utit ut c* mhined with th. * turnout Lamber tlfai Le? FIEST (OM MGN,,,,................ SEU*: N D COM Mf ’N...................... I HIRD COMMON.................... FIRST FENCING.*) -inch ..... SECOND FENCING, H.jneh........ , FLOORING  .................$22i STOCK HOARDS, Drc-seJ  24 BATTENS.....................   23 FINISHING LUMBER, dear.., Sm SIDING    ......     24t LATU.................................. SHINGLES..................   S Established 1830.  — ♦- - "37 IO: JC Free’bom County ST A N D A it I). O. JS/£. HEWITT’S hoi.."o wkLi., and last -o Mi; ’? That the stock is HEIT NEW AM* fHBII BV A PERPETUAL M O I' I O N! CONSTAN »I i ftr. ’K{V*I>G AND AS srHKLY AND IX' AB IA BLY !>I.'?tV?IN0 I HF: GOODS. r. T:[ HEWITT C ANNEi> PEACHES, UHE KF. J AF AN T DITTO. 1 saA ’»rp line of Saxony arc for th? h?fi4 I 1 Fur Hata,A;*o ('alf, Kip, and 5toga th** t | Foutf, '’ar‘•Re- r tin* h?')** r-'* fret tvs: ■;r. a .j J sakeJ. Bi: i i aaa.J UST '4*LNL:’ — A NEW LADIES, ::i L..." ND Cl SHOES. LINE (>F. ll I LDRFN'SJ AP AIT T.ii® rn er v * r' 3 5 y ;y i eel • (UL - •• . lo kr.j, :( .aru. I fit til* t a*' J*y| SU <J I*.1 De J.. 'I ac i * ash mere '■ r cb ak*. ,Pica Vs. F j»:?.«, and Drtf Li;.* a ,r Imrg- varietyJAP AIT Ti 1 •sa aVI New Y I • I an t tic* nut -n Tailor Shop. r IX. A. HANSON • Merchant tailqE V A LUK RT LEA, MINN ll , . - r- ti i - ’ « r, J* jjyj v ft full Ti* af ! t I i e« riM.n j r< in «• rv n iii;* j rmt'.p ti I ny ahi** a* I bo ti* .I ti «v    N*.v.*rr t,. j >cr. a ri*h LISH ED AT ALBERT LEA, r lows : , a. rn - 2”» on lac fir-t Jay of Novem-lSJT, with interee! on the whole y able ^ nil. oil Iv on the l-i lay of at the r*te of twelve p< r eeot * until tally paid, Whiofa "aid . **• (I* t lie I 11 ii i iv f November, du s recorded ;n the office of English I French $ Foulest i K* IFS Ilf; I ->-«U ( i>sL    FLU US AND PLAIN, IN TY o AND TI;LIE FLY ( OME QUICK. V ^ STrirrirr f* * ^    •    Kr    Oui    fa*    m    *    Vt    w    i P. —Tf* br e#ni*:;i*t * IL flit c4 *» 1i L^darer. JEKLoW A XAR\ ESOX: Albrn Lr*. »bmw(>. in irs? j© Dry Goods,- HATS L cif?.    ^    ^ UEt >C K ^ RY i ('LA'.. . I* u . - -    —    A    *    (}    *. taS ^ Y ll K GROCERIES.1 MUCK. •*’ » *-•ai r r*. r;. unify aud the •union mm .• I'oseo-si1 n i ! S i id 1 • •pie ,* 4. Did LDisci JV-j, 'j f,i MiSceH ’* I:VV ; .1#} 8 •Iii*■t ii0r? 1 im*ri f. Inoff*-re ad v**r lr*1--X J : r; m •3? I?io.el f I UC’* • •dc Se in min* lu r page cb as?enc sfr* 4 niusical pul!: V I. RA Ue-;gn yet * his* Ad' I \ • gtnn. i Parker & Botsford, Proprietors. THr Si asm w,..» > tbe o’drst paper <n the liuc of the Southern Minnesota Umil-rou I: ha** an exien**:rccirculation crnong tile re. bug j art iou »•! til? community ; the atria! i*>u iv. Lull'tautly inrrea-i mu I ii - ud* a.' mg:1* a** an n*i vert i ** • rtsr ir tin *. ai t. a ;;tr.tti?ir, bv - a I * x» rid: ATTI It MMI M em gn'uuun r n I ar? * en f paying >*•- tit! o- ti>i«ities.*? in -til r»- <ii sion on - 'u*' ' ’■ ; i • Hi* co! i* ri.iog -ieboid jr T Imntui aid -iii | et Anything and everything .varDeri in the line to pleas children or to make irday, Dec 30 h. commencing at IO the older ones h ppy during the ‘ oli- lv -a*, by Miss .fisfuss: d : same Let ai! '.v L a vt ;tah DxOtillOr S , ;in .* .j'*. health ft»t thaa. j rhiMreu anti r*»(*t f - th'-in-elvtya by Um- avo of Cm- f * . t rn. p* rf*- *t pub;-* if ae for Ca-t r < •:!. It ia al”*<>- ; "V - I lately h't'tnk*1**, iud I* a* j)lev*ant t take aa honey. \ Di-cus - Ft r V. Piil-e !*>, S ur S’ rn i ii, \V.*rn-< or V >nati- * . ati-'Ti, f ir v.' n;iT or obi til- r. ta n< tliinii In exiat- I tfiice bk*1 it. It is cert;*in, it is speedy, it ~ cheap. —AS AX — rainier ’ti * eiffel*! Grange Meeting, o’clock A M. At the hist meeting of this association several important amendments to the Constitution were proposed, which will come before this meeting for ratification. or rejection ; if ratified, the eire Con of officers for the ensuing year will be iii order Mr. Thurston bas pro- .    .    ,i    i    a uu auii ifat % * VV* av* v«11 im pared a programme of exercises for the place A rppoH of fhp , day, which will utid<*ubtedly be Followed Grange, and other im po A general guoQ and profitabte time i© exacted Let teachers take one day from their holiday week, and make til is meeting of the association a success, both iii point of nu libers ana interest. Ladies, ask your fathers or brothers to brjng you Gentlemen, bring your sweethearts along.    Sec. welfare < or to A vt; 11* days, can be found at Wedge & NYuIfs- .lf ](! -k berg’s.    j     ^    — ! W ** publish ji n n on a C" iii ‘"ii t - in oi.r .1*1 v Caked Breasts. Sriatiea. Swatting*, Sprain*, .-511?! Jatli ta. Burel) i Till'. Stimmhi* makes an c-' ■ i ii ai Scald**, Potion uh bite**, and ail ti :-h, Ii i **. »u . pubti-lt Jill the vat 'table sta;* s of in to pumi-ii ail me vauiaint* r*oiii*i s 01 the County, rend**ring it pvcoliirt* ■ iii- cliv* as an sininigruiiou *b)euinen! M in;- resins J act. la, iu and for said county e of Minnesota, iu Dc ok J of Mwigatfea, OO page 447. Aud where-;*• ii w as c**i .u .ult I in ami bv rad n. ii gage ilia! ti -v**?*'.ill s’uould be made iu tbe payment (Mf saw torn cf money, lei cot orany j »rtthereof, at ti iu the titan tier lUereii;-pe*'itiel tor Hie j, iueiit thereof, ar if «iefauit be rn id** in any ; ol lite Cuiulitions* (if sa, I mortgage, • aud iu thai c.a-e the w bo!** suju ut principle ami iU’er* rt re 'ilnin" unpaid upon so i uo! e >re ;; I iuiP'e*! ,.»te! • I *. *•*•:!.e and i*e due, and -awl rn -r'gag*"1. his * teenier**, 1 i min i -1 rotors, or    "si-    rv tut bortz :''l j to declare tbe sjudc dee «nd payable, an*. I lo -rii th,* pr* ?ui*.e!» described iii paid mort- i gage at put lie auction, agreeably to. I ti ^ j ftattue i'l >;icIi case u>:jde and pier. led. ' and out of .lie proceed ' ^f ©licit "ale lo re- ! ( tin the principii anti i t#reat»fbat .-!• *i i ' ihen be    i'** »ai*l note. * '{*•! ” * th a1* co>t# and charges, and also UU/ dc.iar- a: * alto* hey »* Le. And abt Teas dt fault bas; been made iu the ecmtitions of sn sd foot gage;i uon-p»ymettt of th** -*”v, iwo a ut ai io> j and r ;gb* v -"Vi n do.! » wine:' L«-( aute tine and p ywbl- for p !..• pie an*!    »n    the I-J day ut N*»vcs ber, a i». lh;.; And whereas by u*>i-< * * I “ti I dciauls ; !•" whole a ai en ut eccun '») said fiji,i it; .jr Jin I remaining unpaid . -ud do:**, v z. fist* mud ot eigui tun fit an i etj;'1** ii and 7 • 1(JD daP .r", ha- h ctmie ti u:-, and «- bt*rthv cia i rn rd j.q! ti elal'* ■« to he due upon -ai f tint*' ai d mort- J General Uiiit gage lh- date o th;- notice, a1 d no a* - j -i*r\ ! ’ar lion • i I oeevdmg at law has I ecu in tl- j -I in. ii.);!* J.. luted lo i rrover the Mime or any part j Penmen. Ref cizOTiio: Perfect go,r*n?f*(i    4*tf ®37 oba.c HF I TTI ik! rCLF.»KATFn hi l l I I \ BOI BFN TONGUE lf Ii. I ill it p\ ULM H ORGAXS. F VCI JR Y ESI ABLISHED IN /; I 'SIX ESS TESTI VOX ISS We. la-and -Men* ■ * -Vi i nw I* iii a c un re ■H57(T*S •f Vt«fj that ) F. Ih ^ttv f-r ;r. ,n. alai met •rut ‘.ten. t ar-- e ult he srtll r* _ . kS. y t, and Vice-Tr ftideut First >n JAH cm ll Net* tai) Ha indite I H Hanu, .-v*v o r af Fsr»t Val* a1 Pa*'v. I    J V ('arter, trVer i Fir-* Natl* ual Dank. I! nJ * Bt' ft oh, .St tie Serator Mrr.Sant. I© larder to halon h ani d nil* ta relaid twiny I r««? ■•rtPi! ity, I Lave    *    at t! r nanse** and • ’**- I    moi    a    f*o» 4 f;.*• ti .toe    rn*    wh«    hav- 1 *•* - -sr 1 rue ,r a .th - »* iv>:- a e. I , mild add I • •••    -    • Ait it la* jaw *:-.i,ry. and in c* •)«■; .- .Ani -.»■ J mj yon )-*!• »ef -> J*) a:.;, of (bi ii., aud I .. -.I i.ot -jjaa’t any part. ,tt». m;c. J    vji cv r**; ii I:th ti 'n n r* if*,‘t. * ijv-tr*. W-’ti*. an I frrit* • bt anc-- I • J > J W-or til - :va if in assi wav :n-a? afar! j> after :.>i t-.-^ «.e«. :Lai. Beat offer : ever {riven a w read;- . A tifrv**. Daniel F.lie illn, 'Tn-hin-{np. Vfvt TejNffy. I’, S. A. I .if AY LI ES NT I J .1 ; A . FtiL X; IIoii,*!!* sits*! Sign UAL' * UM I V*. FA Ut u H \ GR VIN I NG D< »NK I • -Twin Like Cire. -    - HAIR Gt TI I Iii th -re*.t. ri :    wlieref.?*,    su'd    ■i    <»ii"i»c tiscing colivnn- for pay anti -c- ioui Iro»• I.;* The annual niftetmg t'ountv Grunge will    ,    .    .    ... » i ourselves to enquire as to the ut*- t ine lieut at the court house, Oil I    1    1 the 2d-day of January, A. D 1877    '    merits    of the w ires advertised, fui-iher The fith degree will be conferred in full. I than to assure ourselves that tliey The annual election of officers will take loings of ilie Stale oi taut business will form a part of th© proceedings., Ii is thought best to postpones, our picnic until April meeting. .1. F. II ALI*; Ma mer. are legit im tic and respectable. But wile:    n si rt cie performs miracles in our niii't, transforming the old to young, in appear unco. at least, w • cannot pass it by unno Geed, vi e know of people, who, years a:_o. I mutt'le air.u»nts, can    h** «I«t'Jntely cure.'. t-.».    D#- (feutaur Liniments.    AVIiat the White lanm.e.    .    ,« ! {"T the banian feaiily, the Yell .w Uidtnea is fc:    dents of tin* county ap] pi cc. lie epnvi.ii rt, galled, an I    Jam** Ii >rses and aiun..di, I Jiii't    j»re    >•••. mg •.; ■    pap*    I    to    thci" fro-n    is    AY    •    ii    -ii *    to    >ncr*»a-«'    th ne.-- or T ii k Sr vx I.\u if in this r; g __ _    would be glad th add many in. *• *— to our I 'IIM VOT n*:! •- t’fdb-jff. Reek I! bff.1, pf?.    L* rn IV AY at. IL Miller. yr. N year. About a. rd! c. [ .mst for V n ber* *• /.‘at **:;t>i v Bo»kk e^ err. If,«,    al*    -s. Alc* 'Ter» lh I T-i. 7'er* 11. 'CO. v filled. paid    ass*ased ttpon the prem | r n >11 ab In meiiea ..v© Erf© L cGiie.s by lees Ii-:/td in s;t;,{ mar: gag© f»f the J Erni n< n» Orator-. r~e/» ' . ’alt* with I \curs 18* I and IS7<) wbieb. with interest. Rand in < I ■ • ti • un ru *1 KC * jiirriHnz Fur I penalty, and charges 'bereoil amount to I ui**bed looms for «*lf-i j lh* MHU ot I and 78-100 <l*illara, I ing free. Short hand w Hich is cbiimt'D as an additional lien «'n J h«>ardir.g clubs, and fxtuily, I aid. Now, t her* torc, net ic© is I road fare deducted lain e, m-ihv n 3^HI SALT' — A sp» I -ale. (he;. ]>. ut i yotlhg .-toe rn cf good horse*, for ; trade for cow a or A AA i, DGE I I set f Stop That Consrli 2 J i I ____ .        I    were gray-headed, and wiio now weal Any quantity ? tancy toy?, picture d rv and glossy lout. How is this? Ii books, Ac , purchased expressly lur the ©vi'lently . not Colored, tor ii has a per holiday trade, at Wedge & Wullbjerg *. Fen un Back.—We understand (hat there will be “ trial of speed ” on the Jake at this place, in the afternoon of December, 28. under the following; conditions : Free for all horses owned in Free- Kjos I [ ^ ^ born county up to December 19. Four %"jT‘Vn0Andrew purses:    830, $15, $10. »5. Fix to ohnstad Peter enter ; four to start F* ti trance ice IO Olson .Jacob per cent    J    b’*»grata Meter , a . a a .    .    •    ,    . .    •    ,    T TV OU E A e believe it is tbe intention to rule out one er two professional racers, in order to pl*’© tbe Fcrubi a fair ►bow. IJa. v. perpons hesitate to try a medicine for a di*.e<(“. en account of ttsc expense, connected with tie micerto Ady af its bent fitiiiH them; v\hile at the sam* tune, aid they ore iii th** remedy, the exijeftsa- wop id he the leant ohjection. With this fact rn dew we make the f« ttuwin© pre smitten : An.. p*>.**0® snfTeriiig v.ith a cold, cr »gh, or nor© thn at, t.*Kit will cal! at AVedge .t: Spicer’s druu st -re and pui'fihm a tx»t• Ic of HuleN t'micli C’ordtnl, daring look of hair    stained    use one-half of it and, if they concluded that    it ia .,    I    doiiijr them m> good, they can return the bottle    and • I silver or other    common    j    receive Hick their motley. No nnjrMrin© ever sold in th;* vicinity that pre- ourt I j. ' feet I y r.::t;'i ii afipearinc©, instead of that j harsh, dry, ' villi nitrate NO J it has been restored to I List of Letters Remaining uncalled fbi in the post hair dye.    **    *•***    o***    * « .« , duced 8,,ch magi,;ai „*ulu. Don’t fail to try it. office at Albert heil, Minn . Dec 18 I its youthful^cnlor. lustre, aa4 vitality by J    Gm6. •11876: GENTLEMEN S LiST Anderson Edward    Blodgett C AV .Jetson Ll P    Kit lei son Sr Knudson Rognald >1 on Ihhuno.x Olson Nokleby Karl Olson Thomas Olson Ola us Snell Andrew ladies’ list. Helgeson MissM S Johnson Mary Rudder Mrs Arvilla the u-e t f that won Ie rn of wonders. Hall's j    II iVroK IDA L.—We have a few copies Vegetable Sfcilhp Hair ltanewer. ll has ^ ^ ^    ,,iB|    |>f    |fc#    l»rcsbjte.    1 1 many imitators, but there is nothing like i NOTWITHSTANDING THE FAUT THAT WE ARE DOING FIRST-CLASS JORAY (AGK, FRO MFT LY, AND AT I! KASON ABLE RATHS. AVE are 0 Ii A D-U.\LLY ADDING TO OUR FACILITIES, and SMAIL ENDEAVOR TO KI LLY KEEP I F AY IT11 ;I1E TI MES Tin- Ware: Sloven: Se. j.,    *7i    *    a    &    I    •.    Man    Church    of    Albert    Lea.”    neatly    I it. Hic test ot y ars only increases its    ,,    _    J    • ' facie, while its imitators die and are for- i p* i.1 ***»i in pamphlet lorat, which we j gotten.—Boston Daily Glohf. will rd! at ten cents each in order to you thiuk it \<>u to butter e!o*e rut the lot. This ir about half *    *    ^ ©© T legal Blanks. AA e keep the tr.Qjjl ^omrTete n«:soriin» rf l AlUH. LMIM IU \('U IU IIUIICI I    .    -    ♦    .    <    !    #    V    111    ,    p i ,• •    •    v    >»    ..    vt I    rv    ’sr    iii    °*    Legal bUiika OI .uny counti \ t*t; ce to tai delicious jam :    “    No. love ORGAN —A fine parlor or church .»,«    «.,,i-2- « ; i, u    .i J - j •    I    .    i    •    /Hic    Mate, niuJ we-.priiie mirvches on the ic contrary, I consider it ©ensoul- organ for sale on biog tune, to respon- ; fuet that our STO( K in TRADE will ccm- then b; st to us kl George, dear. don't. ralher cxtravairant of vt 11 Ii t hi —OJI th leal ! The same piece ti bread docs fiblf parties; or to rent. Apply to I tor both!’*    \    3    (J.    Park    FR. | pure favorably with the best work to be j found anywhere. saiu pi'-'ini**! I in rthy g veil. ti ii by ;irtue of a power of j Keokuk. Na vacntion. J *. i***>^ !    !:»> ; sale cont air *■ I In -aid mortgage, which has i u,-»l!-'ge. K**, kuk. Iowa, S:st? wbvieyou i tieconu; ofje’Mti e J)^ rvtfson of the default ! saw tins adv«-1licment. aferr- i’d,    pm-tmizt to the statute id ;-- Ouch CKSr ah,I , rovi.i,,1. ant I ■»»•«- :    JA'fiES    W.    Si'^E gage will Fe    cl    by Jmle of the J    I F VI FR IN j mortgaged pre:. ::©• therein de-*'! ‘bed. to- , 1 wit :    The nort{p .-tat quarter of the south- j J^Trw yr]trfiyp east quarter; ti'© southeast (plaiter of the j    •    « it Ct / t © I northeast quaitrr. awl the pouf hive t*. quar-j ter ut the northeast :miter, .ll of (lection ; number twenty nine 3'}, if?, township ■ number one hundred and I / » ’ I !- « north of rang-* number twen;/ ,20'. .wi-tot ibe oth principal meridian, ./ing-i d being in Freeborn county, s: He of SliriiK .ta, at ( public auction, by the 8hei i:T or - ii 1 Freeborn county* nj,the. fro>v door of ‘lie :ot.r» l.euse iii Ll* n, L< ■ . in .- lid c sty. ut I Saturday. t»,e 2?>th day of January ; 1877, at JO o clock a. m.. to satisfy i amount U: *t shall then be due on said mortgage de* in-hiding the taxes aforeaeid, ! together /itll the sum of fifty doll us,si ip-1 iii.Red La tI mortgage, to b** p».id j*.- up. attorney fee i i (.ase of a fot eel osar# l! c t 1 of, value!; is c’.iingd r.s a park. uf * •-' ic bt DcpureJ by said mortgage,beside* flu' costs ;*»? I ex pet; “tea allowed by. law. — Dated .11-• b>Tt Lea, November 2b'fi. a t> 187b. DANIEL VA GOODRICH, , Lovely *St Parker.    Mortgagee. I Attorney* for reorfjjpgce. 48r7 JOB WORK AND REFAI KIM 1*0X1 3,E Heat ani Cheai)! Agsnt for Hotrcs Scales /V T TT-) {/■ILLER BROS. ViARRAhTEO 3S.3MX'V7-X3«» Tai* standard article us compousdMi with the greatest caic.    * Its effects are as wonderful *• J as satisfactory as ever. It restores gray or fade ......  ii# youthful color.    .    j It removes all cniption^, itching and dandruff. It gives the Lead a cool-, ing, soothing sensation of great com-; fort, and tile scalp by its use become# white and clean.    : By its tonic properties it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, preventing haziness, and making the hair grow thick and strong. As a dressing, nothing has been found so effectual pr desirable,* A. A. lilacs, M D., State Assayer of Massachusetts, says, “ The constituents are pure, and carefully selected for excellent quality; ami I consider it the Btyr Preparatiou for its intended purposes.” Frier, One Dollar. Buckingham's Dyo FOR THE WHISKERS. This elegant preparation may be relied on to change tbe color of the beard from gray or any other undcsi rabid. shade, to brown or black, at discretion. It is easily applied, tieing in or.® preparation, and quickjy aud efiectn-^ ally produces a permanent color, which will neither rub nor wash off. Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO., NASHUA, N.H. Vj lf c*. BRggits. I-? ttiaian la X»4!*it«a-

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