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21 Dec 1876

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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - December 21, 1876, Albert Lea, MinnesotaCENTAUR White far the    Family, bellow, for Hordes and Animals. • ing Particles From the Eye. I medical correspondent of the Lon- j I Lancet makes a suggestion which I .imp prove useful in emergency to some 0    «**,    iLIITIMEITTS. experienced in removing from a patient ! a portion of steel imbedded in the cor-    ____ which did not yield to spud or i heed ie. some other means of removal became necessary. Dry, soft white silk suggested itself to me, and was wound round a thin piece of wood, so as to completely envelope the end. This soft application wag brushed once backward end forward horizontally over the eye where Hie foreign substance was fixed. To my astonishment, it was at once entangled by the delicate but strong meshes of the silk, and was withdrawn with the greatest ease, caught by the same A gentleman in turning steel at a lathe, suddenly felt that a portion had entered his eye. He went at once to a surgeon, who, with the most skilled manipulation, failed to extract the sam*, Saying it would soon work out of itself. The next morning the patient saw me. having suffered severely since the accident, and on the first applicator of the silk the particle of steel was extracted.” ■—I nr iMh—i ifi T— rMMI E.egal .Votire*. ll EK I FF’S SA LE- iAUUU Mitsui .Vol ires. s Court, for tin Apple I-hitters—Pare, core. and parboil some juicy tart apples in a very little water ; chop fine ; bent seven eggs very light ; add to them slowly three-quarters of a pound cf sifted prepared I flour j beat very light; put in apple enough to thicken the batter, and the grated yellow rind and juice of a lemon; have tlia very best lard at a perfectly boiling point; put in it a thick slice of r iw apple ; this subdues the strong odor of the fat; put a large spoonful ______ of the batter in at a time, and as many TYI YI I TTI PTI spoonfuls as the pan will hold; they I c    * take but a few moments to do and need r not be turned over ; must be made at the moment you wish to use them and sent to the table at once, each panful sent in as quickly as baked ; powdered sugar with cinnamon and nutmeg in it is nice for them. These Liniment* arc dimply the wonder of the world. Their effect* arc little less than marvelous, yet then* arc some thing* which they w ill nut do. They will not cure ca’leer or mend broken bouet*, but they will alw ays allay j aiu. They have ntraight-ened finRcr*, cured chronic rheumatism of many years' standing, and taken the pain from term de burn* and scald*, which have never been done by any other article. The White Liniment is for the bamah family. It will drive Rheumatism, Sciatic, and Neuralgia from the system ; cure Lu int.ago, Chillblaina, Palsy, Itch, and most cutaneous eruptions ; it extracts frost from frozen hand* and feet, aud the poi.son of bite* aud sting* of venomous reutiles; it subdue* swellings, alleviates pain of every kind. For sprains aud bruises it is the most potent remedy ever discovered. The Centaur Liniment is used with prest efficacy fur anre throat, Toothache, raked Ureast« Ear ache, and Weak Reek. The following is but a cample of numerous testimonials : “Indiana Homk, Jefferson County, Ind., ) May 28th, 187:1. ( “ I think it my duty to inform you that I have suffered much with swollen feet and cords. I have not been tree frail these swellings in eight year*. Now I Htn perfectly well. thou It* jo the Centaur Liniment. The Liniment ought to be implied warm.    Benjamin    Bhowm."' Tho proof is in the trial. It i* over reliable, it it* handy, it is cheap, and every family should have it. To the sick and bod-ridden, the halt and lame, to the wounded and sore, wa say, “Comr and he healed.” To the poor and distressed who have span their money for worthless medicines, a bottle of Centaur Liniment will be iTiveu without charge. The Yellow Centaur -By virtue* tiffin px-nut of tin* District tenth Judicial District, in and tor the county ot Freeborn ami State of M innesota, upon a judgment and ( docketed in raid court on the Itll rtav of December, A. I). IHifl, in a contin action wherein C. M. Hewitt is plaintiff, anti Ii. f Roca is defendant, in favor of said j plaintiff, and against said defendant, for i the sum of Two hundred forty-one dollars I !in,i seventy-six cents, t£_il 70) I have on ! the 4th day of Dec. A. D. 1876, levied, upon all the right, title, ami interest ut the said defendant. Ii. F Bo the following described land, situated in said Frre-j born courtly. State of .Minnesota, to wit : file west half of the southeast quarter of section nullifier tai nty-oighf,(28) iii township number one hundred and three (103) | north, of rang** number twenty (20) west of the full} rind pal meridian. And will scil the same, or so much thereof as may bv necessary to satisfy said execution arni costs, ut the front (loot* of the court house, in the village of Albert Lea, in tin* coti-tv and State aforesaid, on Saturday, the 20th day of January, A D. ls77. at IO o’cl* ck \ m.. of tliitt day. Dated Dec. 4th, A. D. 187ti.    T    J SHEEHAN. Sheriff Freeborn county, Minn. Lorult & Parker, Attorneys tor Plaintiff.    49l7, M M Valuable Hints. It is not economy to sit in a cold room to save fuel. Doctor bills will be the result. A box 8 2 5 by 8 inches and 8 inches deep is said to hold a peck, and one j ti 2-5 by G inches, and 7 inches deep a half peck*    | Dell metal is the moat resonant of all : the substances, and is a composite of copper and tin, the proportion being 78 I of c ipper to 22 of tin ; the larger' the ' size of the bell, the larger th-e quantity j of copper in proportion required to produce the resonance. To bleach a sponge, soak it well in I dilute muriatic acid for twelve hours. Wash well with water to remove the lime. then immerse it in a solution of hiposu I pilate of soda, to which dilute muriatic acid had been added a moment before. After it is bleached sufficiently remove it, wash attain, and dry it It may thus be bleached almost snow white. I he custom in Eastern Turkey is to remove the boots and shoes on entering church An American saw at Anita!, flukey I -'■ > boots and shoes af thy •a*tor ai the church, presenting a Very curious sight. The men go in barefoot, but keep their hats on. i* adapted to tough muscles, cord* and flesh of hor**** sud miff:als. It ha* per-onned more wonderful! cures of Spavin, Strain, Wind-galls, Scratches, Sweeny, and general lameness than oil other remedies in existence. Read what the great Expressmen say of it : “ Nkw Your, January. 1874. “Every owner of horses should give the i'r/x-TiT r Liniment a trial, Vc consider it the best article ever used in our stables. II. MARSH, Supt. Adam* Ex. Stables, S’. Y. “ E. PULTZ. Supt. U. 8. Ex. Stable*, N. Y. “ A. S. OLIN, Supt. Nat. Ex. Stable-, N. Y." “ Montoowfht, Ala., Aug. 17th, 1874. “Gentlemen : — I have used ewer one grc<*>* of Centaur Liniment, yellow wrapper, e n the mules of the plantation, besides de zen* of the Family Liniment for my negroes. I want to purchase it ;.‘t the wholesale price, and will thank you to ship me by Savannah steamer one gr-*** of sa.-h kind Mssare. A. T. stewart k <M will pnv your bill on presentation.    Reap*-rtf ally, James Dikbow.” Tim best patron* of this Liniment are Farriers aud Veterinary Surgeon*. It heal* Gall*. Wounds, aud Poll-evil, removes Swelling*, and is worth million* of dollar* t. Fanner*, Livery-men, st ck-growers, Shoer-r&isere, and th ee having h nr* r cattla. Whats Farrier cannot do’for tho Centaur Liniment will de- a* a trflingeost. These Liniments are warranted bv th« proprietor*, and a bottle will be giveu t j any Farrier r Physcisn who desirers to test them. S-Id everywhere. Laboratory «f J I* Hose A Co., 48 Ley Sr., Nkv Yoe.;. ORTH AGE SA FE —Default lure been made in tlio payment of the Mini of Seven hundred twenty-six nm! 33-lOG <{nl lnrs. which is claimed to he due at the date of this notice opt ii a certain mortgage dillv executed aru delivered bv Ardol JI. Iitreh atid Anna M. Bush, h;* wife, to A. ll Norton, healing date the 28th day fit' .May, a. ii. 1874 and duly recorded in the oHi. t of the Register of Deed.*, in and for the county of Freeborn end State of .Minnesota, on the 291 Ii day of May, a. i*. 1874, ut fi I o clock t*. to , in Book I of Mortgage*, on pages 217 and Lbs. Said mortgage v\ i-g yen to secure the* payment of the sum of five hundred and fifty dollars, and interest thereon at the rate of twelve | er cent per ! annum, payable annually according ti- the condilions of one certain promissory note I bearing even date therewith, winch sui note became due and payable, May 2Sth. A I). IMI*. and ne* ac ieti or procec ling at law or otherwise having been instituted to recover the debt seemed by said mortgage, or any part thereof. Now th* re' notice is hereby given, that bv virtue power of sale contained in said mortg and pursuant to the statute in such < a-i made and provide i. tim said mortgage « ii be foreclose . and the premises describe* in and cover I by said mortgage, v:7 : Ti east half of the sou? barest quarter of .**« c tim twenty one. 21 in township me hun ■ Ired Md three » 103. t orth. of range nine teen (lf) west, (ej sa} section Si. town range lf) in Freeborn c< uo»y of VIiRues**ta, iv it h f h OK TH AGE FORECLOSURE SALE. ITI - Default has been made in th*- conditions of a mortgage executed by TJeorge W. Keighley and Celia M. BeighDj his wife, mortgagors, to Daniel W. Goodrich, mortgagee, 'lated March KOI Ii, av i>. 1874,' and acknowledged April 1st, a. i». 1874, and duly recorded iii the office of Register Of Deeds in ami for Freeborn county. State of Minnesota, on the 2d day of April, a ii. 18*4, iii Book J of Moi tgage*. on page 98. The premises conveyed by said mortgage are situated in said county of Freeburn, Mute of Minnesota, and deer r I bed aa fob | b*Ws, to-" it I The southwest quarter of ! the southwest quarter of section No. ' j thirty ( (») and the northwest quarter of i the northeast quarter of section No. thirty- j ■ 1 wo o-- i» township No. one hundred and ; ! one (101) north, of range No. twenty (20) west of the filth (nth) principal merHlian. I I here is ciaiuud to la* due. nod is *lue, on s-i.l mortgage at the dale of this not ie** I be sum of six iuindred eighteen and 75-100 J dollars, nm! no a<‘tion or proceeding at law j has been instituter! to rec* »rr the same or . any part thereof. Now. therefore, notice < is hereby g u n that bv virtue of a potter ! of sale contained in raid mortgage, which ' lins become operative by reason of the default aforesaid, nnd pursuant to the statute in such ease made and provided, Said mort- I gage will be tot eg! os cd by sale of the j mortgaged premises above described, at ! public auction, by die Flier.ff of said Freeborn county, at the front door of the j court hoti^e in Albert Lea In said county, i on Fat unlay, the 30th day cd December, j a. n. 1870, at IO o’clock a. .m.. to satisfy : the amount that shall then be due on raid mortgage debt, together with the sum of' filly dollars, stipulated in said mi rfgage *'< Lh* paid a- an attorney fee in case of a foreclosure th. reef, which is claimed as a j part of the debt secured by said mortgage, j beside* the costs and expenses allowed by j law. Dated Albert Lea, November loth, a. n. 187f*. Daniel w. goodrich, Lovely 6 Parker,    Mortgagee.    I Attorney* t• >r Mortgagee.    4tit7 Ii Ii* v MT I Sal OF >1 ill od (wold . I«» >ve ti fir. AT FAILURE OF TIIK I MILTON COLD JUWSLRY CO., IN EDLAND. Their entire stock consigned to us to realize money. Everybody bas heard of MILTON GOLD JEM hLUH , it Im* been aob! in th:* market for the la*t ten year#, and worn bv th* best ami richest of our peculation. Still It takes an expert Jeweler to discover Milton gold from Virgin got ! We v * send. fur the next ninety days ONLY the following article- by iii *11, post paid on re jceipt of .70 ct nl* : One pair Elegant Sleeve Buttons, w ith Indepomb re Hull engr.Awd retail p- ice ............................ lone *el Spiral Shit! Studs, retail price................................... One Beautiful Horal Scarf Pin, retail price .............................. One Elegant Gent’s Hatch Chain, latest patem, retail pflce......... .fbie Collar Bifttf'n, retail price..... .One Elegant tYadding Ring, very heavy, retail price.................. ? I (gi I T"*nl  ......... Remember, we will named six articie tailed for J') -TO, by mail. •7m cent*, or four sample and 12 sample lot3 for 2> I. Salisfac! inn gtlarfanter funded. Address, WILLIAM W. BELL Importers of Watches 8 North Seventh St , Phil, Blesse sfa*e where you • ti semen!.    4("7J   2 0  ..... Sd    -To end you th* above Which we hate re-ro*r rAtn. foi •ta for SI -7«) ir money t'f) Of I ii •we! ] in. I V y. tx fl 4.4. JEOjLIAIT Mouthagf, foreclosure sale —Default ha* been made in the con The proprietor* take p attention to their beaut ii *4 or - I err tl€ wile. mortgagof*. mortgagee, dated rbil 1 ar ship I(i3, and Staff J* ent - an } ublic nu C *SIi, to J tile fix* • titty did md mn law. w iff off r of the c Mt>< rf Leu. '.iMir lay IL >77. at lf) 0 'Ct 10 r< dell < ar from I! ie, D-\t im r<- J nit cml ut es, t*. to the big said debt n a ay, on sate" nit Olney".* f« will Im Id I ditioii* of a tiu»rfgH^e executed by Benjamin F» Ko** aud Hannah Jade Bors iii* to Daniel W. Goodrich. December 12fh, a I*. IMI, and duly recorded in the office of Register of Deed* in nod for Freeborn, State of Mintiest ta. on the 12th day of December, a. d. I874. |n Rook J of Mortgages, on page 25*0. The premises conveyed by *r.i I mortgage are situated in •ald c a.tty of Fret born, State of Minnesota. ami de-ct ibed as follow *t to-wits jlic Kcst half of ti e s< ut].rust quarter of ' ■    * 1 ntitober twenty-eight (l8). in town - -1 p number one hundred and three (P*3» north, of range nit tidier twenty! 20 we*! of he Fifth i-rrtti principal meridian. There is clainied lo be due, aud is dui Ii* dab KOUAXSEED ORGAN, Hip f Tit AL He*Ait in ti.1* instr the Ulm **t rare, a l»r<»vr<l H*ed I'ban jiow^rfu! tour. PAIS SllMHin ( ASKS NEW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS. I*\TEYT WSH* RF-I EI'TIHE 4 • f Ire on 'Cag* • I int' I in • ^.i d by . a: hie' ,;.i *•1 a USI ■ V h* HHV > j I „* 1 the •tim er f •aia this notice the sum ty-one an i 71 tfk* 1 or j rocee ling at •r the same bv ll * II OU SC*f ii a tile t i.inge cd j amount to the -•aid founti and State, on lol!ar«. \ei,Uh ti*v of January, \ I> uonna ill'll on 5D(’CL A W., 0 f that Any. Md* fare, nj*ice U hll at : j ; tin:.- wall in out "f a ; c ;v * r of * jlay of sale. :> - f*r- \ ill Iv I ffUffU, whichThe Handsomest and Best —AT 1 II E— LOW KST FRICKS. lief > i I w 'ad I Beet mb /cGL!AN M ORGAN A D A. II "(’N Tliere are about 500,000 lace workers in Europe, or e-'ualf of whom are employed in France. In Belgium there are 500 lace schools where the art is taught, and 150.000 women are engaged in the business of making lace. I he art continues to increase. CASTORIA. I* a pleasant ami j «*rfWt xnbatittttr. In all ca*#*s,f r 4 autor Oil. Carton* i* the result ct an ( Id Phj -*ii iau** * tTort* to produce, for his own practice, an r Heel Ive cnthrtic,ple**«ut lo the ta*-u- and free from ^rij jug. Lr. Samuel Cither, of Hyanni*, Ma**., succeed rd iii Combining, Without ;he use of alc hoi, a j urn t-Uve agent .M,    to lake um ....;*» v. a...« Villeh pOKfcotes ami the desirable proper!it h of ('antor Oil. It adapted to all agee, T ut is es; eeu'h re,*< m-n:ended to motlier*, a* a reliable remedy f->r (!) disorder* of the stomach and boa el* <f children. It is certain, agreealde, abeolnteh harmle*, and cheap. It should be used for wind-colic. Hoar stomach, worn:*, costiveness, troll). Ac., then children can have sleep and mother* may rest. J. Ii. Roue A Uo,, cf 46 Ley Street. New York, are I the sole pre] *r-re of Uastora, after Dr. Pitcher’.* i recipe. O Wit Alton .vn for Mi M Et < )KTG Al ■ H Ft ti Default has beer lioiiN of a Oior:gag.* Olton ani (Mena OI-gagers, to Dmid W sci* ilat cl N ox ember duly recorded in the to dl* in att ! for Fi **< ut .ti I,in** ta. on fbi I til v.n. 1872, ta B * k 228. The prem mot tgage are hi Fieebofn. State rrrib-d h- follow *. of tlie southwest thit Ty five \ :>•*» | in di e I tinl thrt-i twenty (20) we CXI OII . A IL ‘Cc lit 1 irn con Lilt V "I at: r i ii *d Mott ?W>» COIIX o n go#, on eyed by !isled in raid Cot,! tv• ! Mitinc sota, and to* tv it: i’ho west haquai icr of ficcti ,i <i Ntow::-hip No. one h un o UVi :l *> Id; ■ t. • nil ut h, ini ni ciana- IIemoving Warts —Oil of mon will cause the disappearance oi‘ warts, however hard, large, or deusn they may he. The application gives rise to neither pain nor suppuration A lady removed thirty off her haud with five cents worth of the oil. ^ HEN a home is ad command and no coneessians, all preaching and no pleasure, all duty and no fun—a dull, tread-uiill, old-folk* sort of a place—it is a matter for deep regret, but not of I wonderment th at the boys drift away ' warranted for Viz je»r*. Addrest from it. Keep hold of your children. if you would save them, pareuts. And remember that the real forces are those of love expressed not in cate merely, but in sympathy, co-operation, participation, and real companionship. BEATTY!^. Grand Square and Upright. Thin instrument i* the ni(**t handsome (iud beyt Piano ever before manufactured in this country ■r Europe, having the greatest possible depth, ru in«, and volume of tone, combined with a rare brilliancy, Hearne**, and perfect evene** throughout the entire ural*, end alw>ve all a surprisihg tlUr3rti<«i af sound, the power and sympathetic ♦ t On lit \ ..f winch never change* under the most 'i> li< «*.- or powerful touch. Space fc-rbid* a filii description of this magnificent instrument. Agetttn discount given where I have no agent?. Remember yon take u«» n«ks in ]>ur< ha*-:ug one of tfic-se UKLEHR ETF. D INSTRUMENTS. If after flv« ffd day* test trial it j roves umatuifactory, the tnonej* y*u have paid wiU be refunded upon ret HIH of instrument aDd freight jaid by me both    Pianos warranted for six vears. Address, DANIEL F. BEATTY \\ itftltingtoii, New Jtivy cot'ling to g< v claimed to be 'I gage at the da twelve bun ire I, *f rati 8 I Hen rn-rcy, Ti Inc on «a id ut ice tl»e i forty-one and .‘JI-1! ars, ami no action or prover hat* been instituted o recover any part thereof. And whereas a gee has j aid the taxes assessed premie s de-crihed in said mo 7 >.which, with interest.ponaltv thereon, amount to the sum o) 51-1(KI the year I mid cliarg eight hi rn meat * a ne am I i* e of this n y-onc 'f pi re No. s ac ere i»- mort- HIU Of (J del ’rig ut law t he an me. t»r I mo rf gall pen tie tgage for M (ODRiril, M or tgag'*e. 401? orth age Foreclosure s vee be CENTRAL IOWA, Mi outh L 'J U U . 11 AND THE SDUTHVVEST. tan WIIK is claimed as an additional lien on faid premi*« *. Now, therefore. notice is hereby given that bv vir'n.e of a power of snit* contained in said mortgage, which bn* becoui'* operative bv reason of the default aforesaid, nod pursuant to the statute in such case made and pro-ill be foreclosr d by premises above ..e-tion. by tIi nor *4 **r'f, rf ;_.g 72. nu It bat ort gaga, < ' t ga go r, ti dai • I Not illy records Or of I 'red*, i n y. 81ate of* >resilier, A. I) I •age*, on i age 24-7 bv said mortgage arc y of Freeborn. State ie set ihed a* foil vv* T A S. A. We bint: to be placed upon a higher vantage ground, to try the untried, to know the unknown ; and death kindly comes to gratify this longings of the soul, to take us by the hand along the steep narrow path that winds up the mountain side, f»nd leads from our valley out into the golden west. A man in Leclunaw county, Penn placed eight lamps in his watermelon patch for the convenience cl thieves They showed the owner where a boy was when he wanted to let off a shotgun loaded with mustard shot. Dandruff Curable. A writer in the American Journal of Pharmacy says that after seeing the use of sulphur tried with happy effects, A»r the cure of dandruff, he thought he v.mid try the same remedy. De made a preparation of one ounce flowers of sulphur and one quart of w7ater. He 8 ay s : The clear liquid was poured off. after the mixture had been repeatedly agitated during: the intervals of a few hours, and the head saturated with this every morning. In a few weeks every trace of dandruff had disappeared, the hair became soft aud glossy, and now, after a discontinuance of the treatment for eighteen months, there is no indication of a return of the disease. I do rot pretend to explain the modus operandi of the treatment, for it is well known that sublimated sulphur is almost or wholly insoluble, and the liquid used was destitute of taste, color. or smell I communicate the result of my experiments rn the belief that ii may be valuable and acceptable to many who have suffered in the same manner as myself. Graham Gems.-—One quart milk and t.vo even cups of Graham Bour Beat together so as to be smooth, and free from lumps; then turn in well buttered and very hot “ gem irons,” and bake in a quick oven. Made in this way, they are very fight, tender and sweet, needing no soda or salt. If made any stiffer, the will not be light if you A BHH OIC HOI, You should buy of the ATCHINSON, TOPEKA, AND SANTA FE R. R. CO. FOR THI) FOLLOWING REASONS: 1st—It ia a new enterprise, fitly termed “ The beat thing In the West.” offering the lieut opportunities of wrurinR a location nuita'ole to any branch of fanning or Mtock-raiiihiK. 2d—The location I* central, along the 38th ) aralie!, the favored latitude of America, is equally adapted to Com, Win at, Fruits, aud cotton. Free from the long, cold winter* of the North, aud th* hot, unhealthy influences of the South. 3.1—'The cbinatr is mild, being in the latitude el ; Southern Kentucky and Virginia, and th* f**rtilitv of the anil is such that with ordinary industry the > purchaser eau pay for his farm and imj roveiuent* from the product* of the laud before the last payment become* due. 4th—You are not cere belled to co to a wilderness, hut into a country aettiuig rapidly, where you v. iii find immediately good Society, g'-'d iiewafapers, good church'a,a od good markets, with good school* aud free education for your children. 5th—The j ricer, of tho lauds are very low, ranging from $2 to $'• per acre 6th—Tho land* are wold on Eleven Year*’ Credit, with interest at seven per cent 7th—Their grant offers the largest body of chafe* Valley J .and in tile West, situated along the utton-wood and Arkansas river* 8th—The road ic completed to Pueblo, Colorado, connecting with the Rocky Mountain system oi railroads, and opening a profitable western market for tile products of the Arkansas Valley 9th—Good soil, abundance of pure wa t el, a mild and remarkable healthy climate, with Ii w prices^ and eleven year*’ time, mak** up a total of induce ir.enta greater than is offered anywhere eke on th* continent of America fW~For circulars containing full description arn’ prices of these lands, with particulars of terms to purchasers. Exploring tickets, rebate ,>n fare am' freights, address    A.    S.    JOHNSON, Acting Land cc an miss) ob cr, A. T. A K. F. ii. It. Co., Topeka, K.msa. F MORSE.    WF    WHITE, GenT Supt    Gen    I Ticket Agt T J ANDERSON,    M L SERGENT, GeuT Pas* Agt    Gen!    Freight Ag' llni9 vi'lcl, «iml mortgage i sale of the mortgaged scribed, at j ublic auction, by the Mi cr iff of said Freeborn county, at the front door of Die court house in Albert Lea, in said county, on Saturday, the 2;>d day of De certifier, A. I) 1>7«, at IO o'clock A. M . to satisfy the amount that shall then be due on said mort gag** debt, including the taxes aforesaid, together with the sum of one hundred dollars stipulate djin Mid mortgage to be pai'l as an attorney fee in case of a foreclosure thereof, which i? claimed as a part of the debt secured by said moit-guge, besides the costs aud expenses allowed by law. Dated. Albert Lea, Minn.. November 4. \ D. 1870. DANIEL W. GOODRICH, Mortgagee. Lovely & Parker, Attorneys for Mortgagee.    45t7 n made in th*, condi- j lions f a mutt race. circuted bv Lewi* IV Daniel . Goodrich. •v em ber 30th. A. D. i lei in the office of ' and for Freeborn • a. on the 30th day ‘72. in biM.k ll (if i e prt mises eoti-sitnated in said of Minnesota, I to wit :    The    j hwest quarter of section number eight. I in township number - ne hundred and j ( two. (102) north of rang" number tHenry- I three <22: weft, containing one hundred * ait*I sixty !t*0) acres, more cr Jess. There J is claimed to he due. and is *1 ne. on said j mortgage, at the date of this notice, the -nm ot Six Hundred Iwpnty-two and 50-100 dollats, and no action or proceeding at law has been instituted to recover the same or any part thereof. And whereas, raid mortgagee has paid the taxes assessed upon the j premises described in said mortgage for the 1 years I'n 2. I>71, and 1875, which, with ( interest, penalty, him! charges thereon, • | amount to the sum of Eighty-three and j 22 IOO dollars, which is claimed na an nd<Ji- 1 lienal lien on sail! premises. Now, there- ; , fore. notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a powar of sale contained in said mort* J gage. which has become operative bv rca- * s(‘ii of the default aforesaid, and pursuant I I to the statute in such case made and j pr<* I I \Lied, said mortgage will be foreclosed by j : sale ut the premises above described, at public auction, by the Sheriff cf Freeborn I ( county, at Hie front door cf the court house j , in Albert Lea, in said county,on Saturday, [ [ the 34rth day el December, A. D. 187b, at s *'*>. M. » R * I Kl. Joseph keoki. d. and Sot.thwt via. this rot DIRZCT EA S C l i wk INNECTI WE; WITH F.OAEi Tor i hit h Omaha. C* and IU*), TWO PASSENGER TRAINS Ital ce each mfcrt tv n y, in I «t :i* sr I KEW AND ELEGANT R CLINING-CHAIR US I »N k X BK h>8 Ii. 11* A CUPON TICKETS UPON THIS X    UNI! On suit hi nil PiiiM ir*l »e»-i»i.s. To avoid inconvenience of lay over and slow time, see that your tickets read vm this line. ami accept no other (ien’l. Pas- RUSSELL, r. & Ticket Agt. PERFECTION ATTAINED AT LAST I A TRIAL WU* INSURE ITS POPULARITY IVERY WHERE. .stamisncKi in Believing it to be BY FAR the best Parlor and : OrclieiUral Organ manufactured, wo challenge any I manufacturer to equal them. The celebrated (.olden Tongue Reed* til thin organ in conjunction with j tile Perfected Recd Board* produce nwevf, )>nro and 1 )>owe rf ti I tones. Sapurti ca* -8 of new and elegant I design*. Mmist, re, teacher*, diuretic*, *ch<>('l»., 1 lodge*, etc., should send f<>r jirice list and dis- : count*. Dealer* will find it to their advantage to examine 1 this instrument. It ha* improvement* found in no i other. Correspondence solicited. Best offer ever given. Money refunded upon , return of organ an i freight charge* paid by me ; (Daniel F. Beatty) both way* ti unsatisfactory,aft-, r | a test trial of five day*. Organ warranted for nix J “are. Agents discount given everywhere I have i no agent. Ag en ta wu.;it‘>il Address. DA NI El, F. BEA I TV I WRMlilHirton. New Jersey, P. 8. A. Patd. Jrir 55, it?i. IVE CI.AIM FOR TUE IMPROVED WHITNEY SEWING MACHINES Tile following .specific points* of authority : 1—Great Simplicity in Const ruction. 2—Durability. •>—KX<’KF, DLN GLV Light Running. 4 — Still Running. NOISELESS 5—Performs all Varieties of Work. YP HP GLA AT f I *»—Deputy °f Finish and Workmanship. I "—CHEAT REDUCTION IN PRICE. Machines sent on trial before payment is re<juired; written guarantee to' keep rn (chine* in order for five year? each machine. Why pay old prices? IG o cleck, a. st., to satisfy the amount that sh ll then be (Inc on raid mortgage debt, ; including the taxes aforesaid, together < with the sum of Lilly dollars, stipulated in | said mortgage, to be paid as an attorftey 1 lee iii ease of a foreclosure thereof, which * is claimed as n part of the debt secured by said mortgage, besides the cost and expenses allow rd by law.—Dated, Albert Lea, Nov. loth, 1876. DANIEL W. GOODRICH, Love!) A I inker,    Mortgagee. Atty s for mortgagee.    46l7 HER IFF > SA LL-— By virtue of an ex-LJ ecution, issued out of the District Court, for the tenth Judicial District, in I and far the county of Freeborn aud State j of Minnesota, upon a judgment issued and I dock, ted in said Court on Hie 13th day of I May. A I).    18i l. in a certain action | wherein Charles L. Jones was plaintiff. ] and Charles ll. McIntyre was defendant, : iii favor of said plaint iff and against said ; defendant, for the sum of t wenfy-four dollars and sixty-five cents ($24.65) I I ate j on the fifteenth day of November, a ii. ; j870, levied upon all the right, title, and ! intele-t which the said defendant Charles ! IL McIntyre had on said 13tl» day of May, 1874. to the following described land, situate in said Freeborn county, .Minnesota, I tie southeast quarter of aeattoo Southern Minnesota R. R rKwmirr Train* Viriveand Deport. GOING WENT. Leave LA CROSS I............. Rushford ...............* Arrive Uiu-yboro ............... Leave Lun-'boro  ......... *• Fountain................. “ Suring Valley  ... “ R .in (»v .................. ;; ALBERT LEA ....... . 8; )•* a.w I !:<(*; *• .12:05    “ I *L •)' W Ma 1:4. 4:55 • *; 5.i 7 2tt y. b rkn ti t .ii icy iii Vt • B* Ari ive Winnebago.............. going east, Leave Winnebago............. f»    IG \ >j •*    Wells..................... 7 55 f “    ALBERT    LEA  *52    • Leave R votsey..................l<*.o5 “ Arrive Spring Valley...........11:15 “ Leave Spring Valley .............12    IO r **    Fvunti rn.................... Loo    ** •*    Lanesboro...... ......... .* “    Em ah ford.. ................. 2:43    “ Arrive D \ (‘HOSSE  ......... 4 is *• Trains going east make cl connect-ions at La < ros-e wi»h trains (»n th • Milwaukee, 1 iii (.ago, and St Paul Railway for Milwaukee. Chicago, and    all point* Last. Connection al Ramsey with train* on the C. M. A St. P. Railway, for St. Paul and ai! points ia Iowa, Net ra-ka.and Kanasti    W.    (J.    VAN    HORN W. II. B \rbon,    General Manager. G( n’l Ticket Ag"! PIANO. BEATTY Grand Square and Upright. ■SJL* -av* ; “ Plan 1 ^(fii J J* WI* From E. It. B bi:atty-p5a-!:o Grand Square and Uprights Lrom the Hon G B Catber, pulajiher “Southern .EJ?!*,’' Wahvim. Ala “We have receive from the manufacturer, Daniel I I; *aKy. mm f h * -quare plate>* It i* a thm« 1? ii i more eon j un* it pi t5e eye im finish of .tii-iu’i*, than charming to the ear ta the ( f if < mel *dy The piano combine* the e« ll* lev, .•> which all flrxbclua rntao-(f f'. i.c;. al instrument* aim To all who e*t 'n a ftnt-claM piMM) w* have no hea-i.l . ising 11:*-ii» t<; -end th*- money directly tty »Vc*|o-ak from actual experience, hi : t I*    plea*uru we (rive tin* evidence (»f the re! ibiiitv i f V4r Ii<-atty an'! hi* iu'rtrurnent*.” Best off* r ever <iven Money refunded nj ion r**-t'lrn of Pi mo ana freight paid by me Daniel F it' ••*} b>*th wav* if un*>ut:factory, after a test trial "fftv*. lay- Plano* warranted ft«r*4t year* Afewta waftted Send f'<reatal t;n.' Addre** ZE.E.VEKEj t\ HEWETT**, WASHINGTON. NEW JZHSEY, U.S.A. V I f»ICl CVF FOK ONLY GNK DOV.I, %K. ;\ FIRST DOT.]. KR QUARTERLY DRAWING, at N( a Orl an*. Tuesday, January % 1M77. iffNDisiAnit Stait#* Lottery Company, Th;- I net it . *: in war r* 'llar.'y ineorp* rated by the Le. -l*t!:re >f til-* State f r KdqcatinMl |mrp*«« in lr* . w;:h a cnjiital f |l,()0-t.«Sl, t( which it ha* addt i » re . rf. fund of $    It*    Grand SoXoirdeT I» :twin*f* will take ».|»ce raouthly. I he «.. ii f 1 <7 “j ( HF with the fallowing scheme; CAPITAL PRIZE *15,000. I Prize AIAIICO    I    Prize    N-r.OOo l> oG Prize*, V matin;irs lo D,(J,52-3 It SM <4*0 Til Iv FT?* AT ONir ONE DOLLAR OCK. * HAS. r. HOWARD, New Orleans, fji. Mr 'o J. HNsTos A Go., 187 W ariiiiif* n St., Ghic*. itll (FA If qi A It TF-Ii FT DHAM IM; on “■ *ry «, 1M77. Tick-.t.- *10 each. Capital Prix* iWI.WJO.    ton The    Little Hock'    "I (Did Tort Smith h.aii,way — HAS— or Bale tanning l r.* d«. Gra*in“ Land*, Fruit banda. Vine , ’    ‘    ••    - 's ” ‘i Fan'!-.-' I’..- Prairie Land*, ■ -*-    ’    ii} .    . I re rn* to anil the purr im*« r. ?«i* per erat intereal on deferred *    ( I -. Tm per rent dRf uat for cath. ¥> r rn • .tar*, r-.a », a d par qddeta, apply lo I*.    K. 1-i* ! ( nmuaei'u.*-*,Little Rock,Ark. Ayer’s Cathartic Pills, For »D the purposes of a Family Physio* *flda/or.CunnS Convenes*, Jauncboe; Indigestion, Foul Stomach, Breath) Headache, Erysipelas, Rheumatism: Erupt.ons and Skin Diseases. Bil: lousness. Dropsy, Tumors, Worms, Neuralgia, as a Dinner Pill, for Purifying the Blood, Are the mort e# ■’-'v- * J. ■ta ■ njt’Mve and congenial purgative eve*- (liiceftml: Tn3e DANIEL F. BEATTY, ll imMtiglon, New Jersey, J .    \ sse >wn. Term* and $5 m Co.,port lax, (I, Me are tnilJ, but effectual in their ofw ration, moving the bowels sureiy ami without pain. Alrlioucli gentle in ti. ir operation, flit they arc *ti!I tlx? if most thorough and ^    search in* cathar* tic medicine that can lie employed : cleans ing the stomach and bowels, and even ifeit blood. In small doses of one pill a dav; they stimulate die digestive organa aadl [•roinote vigorous health. Ayhr’j Pill* have !>een known fat more than a quarter of a century, arid h*v0 obtained a world-wide reputation for their virtues. They correct diseased action iff the several assimilative organs of lh*! body, and are so composed that obstruo6 tions within their range can rarely with^ sfand or evade them. Not only do tlPVF cure the every-day complaints of everr-l»o»ly, but also formidable and dangerous diseases that    have baffled the best al' human skill.    AN bile they produce power ful etfects, they are, at the same time, the safest and be^t physic for children. Dr their aperient action they irripe much Ieee than tne common purgatives, and neve? L'ive pain when the bowels are not inflamed. 'They reach the vital fountain* of the blood, and strengthen the system by freeing it *rom the clements of weakness. Adapted to all ages and conditions I# all climates, containing neither calomel nor any deleterious drug, ti.c*e Pills rn Mf be taken with safety by anybody. The?? susrar-coattn j preserves them ever fresS, and makes them pieanaat to take; while luring purely vegetable, no harm can ans# from their u.*»e in any (quanti:v. rRKPAHI-O r.r AGENTS WANTED FOR HISTORY I Dr"r^S.’JIT-”, Pnriical and In-tlrtire) Chrrx,tkt*. BOID RY AU. MtUGGlST* FYfcRYWlfSJHr I aper (•i:.**.    . rn,. .'Ut. A/C[lt Th t* the ll J j Kiithru-[ uWished. .^Jij f.»r our ar: NAL Be it La* bi nu C It#I;(liar retail |>rlr«* >2 7-* OI O » v b rum. wmuted. (int fit k VIA.’ :r ■ . nu J A CO., Augaata, Mc. '-Po Advertisers. - i I -r sr AflNM.XiTA ’ J*** -ii «. Addr#** I*KO. P. i^»»\v I FFA 4 t*., ll Bark IU*,.Y y. •sniiv    »    *?r»T« THV CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION DLM ILI HFD AND IFI.L.-TRA TED. ;    t--f*.! * ihff < un.wrtu-, grml daj»,kr. * '    * *>    *    rh    fdigWj    and    terj \»aiilr*4* - »\?ri iH }%*i n -sr-. Thin I* th- /.bl n ’n tin i Mf -dn / i?r. caution; ti jit; The AMERICANIZES, BB * RD BBOTBtltH, • .* ? by i r’-ntafurv 'un-a t* (* ffitr:*!. Aud . aud ViTfiuUr. CHICAGO MILWAUKEE AST. SAVI RAILWAY, IS THE VEitY BE.HT hoLTS TO For CBD’AGO. KEW Y*»RK, Ii EW ENGL’. NG. TDE CAK A DAB. AVO ALL E A.-TF.RN A J*!-UTL TRK P* Iff Ti It Iv-he only N<»r#bw*«*f<ffa I.iB# c nrec a* ri van:    bi    (hi    '’hi -av-..    a»y    f    th.-great Ymitf* eta *-r H libero Line*, an ! .* the m st r z.tmietfit .ti rstud with r*f*f»Tse# Id r.-a.-s-tfijj sax h#fV/ •' eel MslMel r all fa.-ta H Dr? • A" C’.tV ->tr*-et*. H >r*e i-are and    hi the city coBvtanlH !<aveii>g. ( ificAdo ( ITT omn: -Cl alc Mn Winu R*r*>T « rr. triter St reel*. U'^ree cmta r*-i.:.:u/ rev soar iv th •—fr in t • ‘J nu <’ ars et, r R-*d And Aovtk mf ' ■itaitaw haw the prioci^ai THE ENEMY 0? GiSEAS: run foi: s pain to NI II ll ll 11(1 I IctlHl I NT FR TA I NI NI; i*i - -v-h . I New*, .* I fa^, I*>trv, d IN—TIU ( T- H F MUST AHS LINIMENT .) 7 I xii it I ii rn (Ii trd I 2 •!-??. Week to ai 0^0 - £ i I i VICK A I *1 ■r <;h* r-nverea-i sid bere f> r im# hee. Ad-M.ehe^'au. ame IG8*m t I** *rr>ariMta . Mvr.m.:[hw * V‘rib fl Irtlari d. Me.( ‘*i lie Air uinri :—Ii L.*at ’**atar Vw**i •*(?' t-ev *» ac* 'U*i& it. THE ONLY THP.')n,H LINK MTV»«t m RlcAPQl!*, ST. PAUL. MllWAEIEE Afft C. Iiicn^o. THROUGH rAI.ACE M...EFIKG ('ARB AND DAY COACHES ti r see Arr*e#l 4 H AS STCG J THE 'r F JR *70 SORE IT 7/11L ?»" IT HE I -a E» > I L A 311 Nh— I. V. ILL N ti*b*’F.. NO P *.7N THAI .* * rHOM » B DY. 0 I HL 33DY uO d OT HI . D IHI 'TI * AM*;Dc Es.ut YIELD IO ITS MAGA bt: ILE Co-Vi 1 :* 25c . 5 ic..of. I-N SA’*1 D I H E I IKE OFBFIN7*, b Kit KJ-« 70&ED 10•ZF ■ 31 HAS ady.A N FH AND HAN i A VA LU ATL A HOEsE for Printers. •New*. TW'Y and Job loin, al! w^.rran cd of Sapertor a na! ii J. No cheap or !a-fcnor L,r*cieaoC Ink made 7 EXCELSIOR [PRlNTlfffi IYK COn MANUFACTURERS, (Formerly©! London.EnglandL 1^4 A I-ti TI DMC OK 3Tm CHICAGO, Aud IJ Bani tty Street, .New York. MANSE LIBHART Iannis TD TO Alii, W1*' v .il it-iurn the hooka p omptly. - '-Ttr.AlffS y Parlor oxlu y'TfimCTrrraff ! :. wt !aac j par’, r :gxu s.* I# - oar r rj;aa ha* erer atta,red WO t'-'ed 5t naaed-. T-any cfthaaa !**•*. * ■!    :xivmal satiafacltc** it- ihr hon:ar BTI NT lost IT fl 117#*. T Cl .'MfIB# a voloai* •< 0. WOODS & CO.’S PARLOR ORGANS. * -1-*-! •« 'in*:    ha* tn** late*! :apm«nM#k al *. -very yin > r.IJv wurr::.: : fi - aiieAar? B«a fill ti :•    : . -ank wa’nu; yaliened caaW* wn; ii «i a 4 rax. ii rr Wiur, and I rn.#, in a*-(ilfi ll t..a*!.lei-did i:,*trii!;:eul (lf lauaw, a baa a AT' tut piece of famit are. rh,- r ’u; ne- - lily t« he eeen to ba appraSl-ai-d, ai! I ie* -- Id at ext renal? I w ft. i-e for Sccond-kacdtn*;nrrveni* trkei. in exrharjp,* Agr nu want !. i a,.- er female, in e**nr eoakt? in th* I Kited Mate* and Canada. A liberal dt*a»w«f made (oteachosa, minster, church, -.ecu. *>!*.;.. if aa t .. w. e ** we ..a -1? D' a^fot*. ,    prea- ‘■‘*i    ' ca.a* c '"re. ,    * -rre- ;.,Ie,.c* a*>5c^led. Ageyu dig* ant givew where T Lave co agaaiM* Beet offer given now r***dv. Ad ire-*, DANIEL E. BEATTY Vt iiatiiugtuo. New Jer«ey, I*. *4. A. Chicago &. ITcrth-Western RAILWAY Defy. it. Ta?#-2 ira Fa!"v Cir# \ Albany.Tor* t'Hid. Rwttlf hint »rr. Wa*b->n Franc, ie# is and exprevsion never before attained, irljr. CT    Sit    Stjltt    ww roaAy. GEO. WOODS Sc CO., Cambridgeport, Mass. in; fios Washington St., Boateii; I Til Mate M v hi*aro; 16 Ludgate HIU, THE VO! HUMANA W\KKROOH CRT? T* 17 Loadoa. I J' irriul f sr!- ie ! movie ai.d raltiabSe reading wnatter Ji per year, -ic ‘ss* —r. Each nun ber contain* frow I to $_• worth vt the finwt selected music. 6£0. WOODS k CO., PaoShb***, Cwobridgeport, Hiss. ared it at hkiWit? When once treed will retain its place forever. 772 EXCHANGE MACHINES. Bond your old-fashioned, cumbersome, hoary-rulining, woman-killing- machine to u*, ai d we will allow you 62J for it, M i'urt paymeut for enc of ours. IT is celebrated for its advantages. lei THAT IT IS 05E OF THE LARGEST SEWINtJ MACHINES HSA NC FAC TUR ED,-^ADAPTED ALIKE TO THS USE OF THE FAMILY CR THE WORK-SHOP. IT HAS THE LARGEST SHUTTLE. WITH A BOBBIN THAT HOLDS ALMOST A SPOOL OF THREAD. THS SHUTTLE TENSION IS ADJUSTABLE WITHOUT AMOVING THE SHUTTLE FROM THE MACHINE. THI* MAC MINE IS SO CONSTRUCTED To tlis* ll orkii'i: flioiM—We are u<<w j>rt t < fiirnifh iii! cl.I- . -with roHKtaiit *-1:,j■! -yit* home. the wh<4(‘of thtdr time, or for th> ir *<;>*?** moment*. Bueine** new, light and i-r.fitalTe. I*, r-Bona of * ;fli< r >-e\ easily PWB fr rn 9# ceut* to $5 l>er evening, and a proportional aum by devoting thvir »li ie time to tho InokcxN, iJ< y<**aiid girl-earn nearly a- r*u«. b »- nun. That all who see tin* notice notice may *en*l their addr*-** and tewt the buaiue**, we n,.*>., tin* BiiparkUel*d offer: To a* ar*- not w* ll *ati*fie*i, we will send one d< 1-!ar to pay f>*r tile tr'iible i f writing. Foil j a rf it b* Bar?, aamph-H worth several dollar* to coriin* nee work * n, aud a copy **f Home aud Fir**>ide. one of tin largest aud best Uluxtrat.-d Fnbli ati a!! He ut free by prlit sr Sr mao n k (’>»., Portland, Maine. free by aren. Braider, if vt>n want per mal tent table fork. addre**. ud, Maine. mi lo OK' ll .Ii to Wit ■ L No tv* /ll ....I , I    "    i .    □------_ * rvi» IV! AU MINH re 30 (JONS I KUO! LO 8 (riven with    n'(    (o)    MMI    tilt.    noi    tlieiret quarter of I THAT THE POWER IS APPLIED DIRECTLY rice- ? I (be noi tiioftst quarter of section No. eight I $VEBThE NEEDLE. Thus enabling it to T> MZ VR501I our, AXS! Agent if IN anted For circular* and par- : Is1'* ’n township No. one hundred and four I ticulars address.THU IV UITNKY MF'G (’() | (IHT) north, of range No twenty 20) Nest j 22 'dams St., Chicago, 111 I of tll*‘ fi,|b (r‘th) principal meridiau, and j ' wi!I    same.or    so    much    thereof    as    may    ! j he necessary to satisfy said cxecutirw and I THE PARKER CUN. S^ffOR SALK—Life ScHofcirsiiip in the Madison Business College A foi mer ve.-ident of Freeborn county is one of the the proprietors of this institution. The scholarship w ill be sold on favorable terms. Apply to    I.    BOTSFORD. 3END STAMP FOR CIRCULAR) PARKER BRtfS WEST MERIDEN,CT. costs, at t *14# front door of the court bodge in the village of Albert Lea, in the ffonflmty and Slate aforesaid, on Saturday, th? f*th day of January, a. i> 1877, at IO o Vdoek a. m. of that day. Dated Alberf Lea, November loth, a. i>. 1876 T. J. SHEEHAN, Sheriff Freeborn County, hffffft. Lovely & Parker, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 47t7 3B Xji^\.3NriSLS OF ALL KTN Die, CemsfsBtly on hand and for talc it C ieOffice CVE6 The needle, thus enabling it to fcEW The heaviest material with unequaled EASE. IT IS VERY SIMPLE IN ITS CONSTRUCTION, DURABLE AS IRON ANO STEEL CAN MAKE IT, ALL ITS WEARING PARTS CASE-HARDENED OR STEEL, ANO INGENIOUSLY PROVIDED WITH MEANS FOR TAKING UP LOST MOTION, SO WE ARE JUSTIFIED IN Warranting Every Machine for 3 Years. IT IS THE LIGHTEST AND EASIEST-RUNNING MACHINED THE MARKET. ITlS, ALSO, THE MOST ELABORATELY ORNAMENTED AND PRETTIEST MACHINE EVER PRODUCED WITH ALL THESE ADVANTAGES. IT IS SOLD FROM $1 5 TO S2S LESS THAN OTHER FIRST-CLASS MACHINES. EXCLUSIVE CONTROL OF TERRITORY GIVEN TO AGENTS. EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS OFFERED FOR CASH OR ON CRED ' SENO FOR CIRCULAR. A,Nl> TERM# IO Mi Sewing Mize Cs., 3Z8 Euclid Avenue, w\°L\T2.} CLEVELAND, 0. The**e remarkable tnatrrtmcnt* p* »*«*>*** < at parities for musical rffe •:* and rxpzv—ion never !>• fore attain adapted tor Arnut tier and j r.f*--i< ital, an.I an ornament in any parlor. EXCEL TX OI (LI I Y < <F TUNE, THOROUGH WORKVIANEIItP, ELEGANT DESIGN and fin!.«h. and wonderful variety of their com lunation -til' *. t*~lVv!fcfffl new Centennial *tvlea new i*‘a;?y. Addr* -f. I) \ MEI, F. BEA H Y TA adiHialon, New Jeraey, I’. S. A. ff (| fl fl Can’t ii*' ma'l,* by every 3*_'*'nt ev* * 03 3 3 month iii the bn**in< ■«•* »’<• fur :.-h, • ;-in*aa w ftiHK fi> work can easily earn a dozen .n i-lare a day ri^ut in their own loeaUtle*. tinveno mom to explain here. Burinem pleasant Bin! h< 'i-«>rab!e. Women and b y* and gtrl* d<* a* well an men. We will fumieh you a eoiupl* t* tint fit fr*e. The braine** j*ay» better than any thing * It 7 wilJ War expense of smartie y< u. Farti*u!ar* free. Write and see. Farmer* aud nu ;anie», their *<»u* and daughter*, ami all cia***'* in need *.f ; av-iwg w.*rk at h tne. should write to u„- aud learn all about the work at an.-e. Now is the time. Ii*.n’t delay, Addr*-** THr? A <•«., AMat##. BEATTY JSAJL Grand Square and Upright. Folder** I by f*ie high*-<f mrttdrJll anthoriflev ti ri *; lit the w-rld a* the BES'I Frr>fu i> s Bs chn*', fftnckt* n. N J after fttcriving si-'atf Beatty Piano “N< t only rn}self and family, biif every one who ba* - cen it I* .'atu(fied in regard to it* snperior quality,” Fr**m B II Corniony, Esq.* Chambersburg, Pa “The Beatty    came    to hand one week ago, in good "rdef, I* bx* th ti* far given entire *ati»- fiu ti*»n, it ti dtabutg* r, Tryroe, Pa,, eave ••Thebi iT " came lo hand in go* d n,der, and prove* !-at!.-fact"r> both iii ti ne aud finish’’ Adit* wanted, male or female Scud for catalogue Add re***, /j.f.v/j;/, r. SWATT*• \\ ashingtnn. New Jersey, I’. S. M Ii. Ii. LANDS. I The«e valuable lands wbifb fetnuifi ua-miiM, in t reborn County, ar? *?iil offal s# a: low prices, and un ea?y tern.s. Hew is the Time to scenic Them. faquir* #>f the undersigned, (o who Hisn all moneys Inc the T runless on Lan M cit gag “8 should be j aid. No en muons of pay mentn irhrre (cate crc not j-ii.    M    CON    A    NT, -4gt. af Ti net re*. LaCrosye, 4Fi J Iluil c*3 ATiro^rt, DK M.KRS IV Gcffcni I llerehaudiwe, AUSTIN, .... MXN. : Passengers for CUICAGI •lo, (’levelt *» r» * I. Buffalo. Via cm:.sri. Pitsburg, Boche*'* onto. Montreal. Quebec. P< New York, l'biladelphiu, i, ington. St. Louis, Cairo, Sacramento, Ogden. S. t Lake City. Pep ver, Coimtil Bluff*. Si ux City, St. Paul Marquette. Eseaba. M enaeba. Madi**e Cheyenne, Omaha, Yankton. Wiaoua. Du lulh. Green Bay. Mil waffkee, and all pal att North, Beat, Smith, and East, should ba# their tickets via t hicapo and the CHICAGO X NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY Close connection are n a*le at t'hlesfo with the Lake Shore A Mirbigun 8#utherft Michigan Central. Baltimore A ^Gtic. Pifly-burg. Fort Wayne .v Chicago, Kankakee Line and Pan Handle Rouffs. for all point* Cast aud Southeast, and uitb the Cbicagl A Alton and I Iliff or? Ct fit Tai for all pointe South. ("lose conn erf trois are a1' a made with til# Union Paciilc R ii at Omaha, f»r sd fee W ed pmnis. Clue* iffinwctloua abe mad? at j ti lie? ini poi ma with trains cf all creel roads. PULLMAN PALACE CARS. These celebrated cars are run on all night trams on all the lines of this road. This is the only line running the** sari between Chicago and St Paul or Chicago and Milwauki e At Omaha our Slcepsry connect with the Overland Sleepers on th* I nion Pacific Railroad, for ail points wast rrf the Mi««otiri river. Among the IN DUCE >1E N TS OFF K R K I) this route to the traveling j ublic ar# alt e modern improvement a; Pock and gravid a11 ast rd track, stet*! rail, rock and iran el dges. parlor and drawing room c ’aches, smoking and lounging cars, lf eat* ingbouse Safety Air Brakes, Miller’s Patent Safety Coupling ami Platf*>fma, Sptsd, Safety, and absolute comfort. RUNNING THROUGH FIVE GRElY STATES, and opera!ingover 2,GUO niiica of road* this company presents to the traveler facilities that ABE NOT and CANNOY be offered by any competitor. All ticket *£*hi8 can sell you tickets viu this rome. if you wish the best traveling ar commode* ion*, you will buy your ticks!# by lh** ramie, and will take no other. MARVIN HUGHITT. General Supermini lent. V ll STENNETT, !3y    General    Passenger Agust. BEATTY . PIANOj *■' m em  --------- Grand Square and Upright*- Fn.m Gee. ». L^r. her, firm of Km. H. Letcher M i rr... Haukcr*, Fayette. Ohio “W * r-'r»j'*'( sh.- j lam* and think it a very fine H.ftm* ops Off! ►-*.-. t\ Mite*) A alw rt I tate to give I# a go* ? ow*, ti yon »!.«a a w >rd taw * ion It Wb will gi*t ;! cheerfully.’’ Jame* Ii Rrowii. E*q., F.<#ward-Ville. IIL, «au “The Beatty Lianu rcceDM give* eat r« eatia* fart)' u.” Agt ut* wanted 8* ad f* r retail g«,e Addr#**, II. I.VI RT I. It IU ITT I’, U)o>t*Hf#*n*, New ,|»r«ey. f h

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