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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - January 20, 1876, Albert Lea, Minnesotarinj -r Battle of Monmouth. Early in the sunnier ol 1778, commissioners were sent out by the British Ministry to negotiate for peace, but Congress'refused to negotiate except on an explicit acknowledgment of the dependence 6f the States, cr^tljg withdrawal of the British fleets and armies. \ arious attempts were made, creaser the power of passionate irrita- ^overtly and covertly, to Forward the ob-' bility on the other. I he truth is, the fject oh their mission. Intimation was the world that .cd befool badly except pincher ^^T^uKers *n the crack of a door, it unquestionably is a quarrel. N^ljpy ever fails to think less of himself after it than before. It degrades him in th eyes of others,and, what is worse blunts his sensibilities on the one hand and in more peaceably we get along the better for our neighbors. In nine cases out of ten the better course is. if a man cheats you, cease to deal with him ; if he is abusive, quit his company, and pay no attention to him, for it is very true “that if a person throws salt at you, if yon have no sore places it will not smart; ” and if he slanders you. ? as I am, tile Kin take care to live so that no one will believe him. No matter who he is or how he misuses you, the wisest way is to let him alone, for there is nothing better than this cool, calm and quiet way of dealing with the wrongs we meet. A Practical Use of Dogs, From the California News.* It is a fact, perhaps Known, that there is a ness in San Francisco who purchase the thousands ot dogs slaughtered by the poundmasters of the city, or that have been otherwise kilted, for which they ppy forty cents each. The carcasses arc convoyed to their manufactory at South San Francisco, where the skins are removed and soki to the tanneries, hair taken off and re-sold to the plasterers; the hide tanned, made into gloves, and sold in the market. The denuded carcass is then thrown into a hugh cauldron and boiled until the bones are easily separated from the flesh, when they are removed and sold to the sugar refineries, where they are ground to a fine powder and used to clarify sugar. The oil that rises to the surface of the boiling mass is skimmed off manufactured iVito cod-liver oil, cod* the remainder is used for the purpose of fattening hogs. conveyed to General Heed that effectual services on his part to restore the *nion of the two countries might be rewarded by ten thousand pounds sterling, and any office in the colonies in His Majesty's gift. To which Heed made his brief and memorable reply: ••I am not worth purchasing; but such of Great Britain is not rich enough to do it.” Similar intimations of personal advantage were thrown out to Washington, Morris and others, with like result, until Congress declared that it was incompatible with their honor to hold any correspondence with the Commissioners, or negotiate with them upon affairs in which the cause of liberty was concerned. No ai-generally tentative was left for Sir Henry Clin-1 doing busi- t^n kut t0 0bey orders received from England, to evacuate Philadelphia and concentrate his forces at New York New Jersey, which had so often witnessed the marches aud countermarches of both armies, was to become again the theater of war. The British Army had been reduced to about ten thousand men ; that under \\ ashington was a little more than twelve thousand Continentals. I he march of the British Army across the sandy plains of New Jersey was without serious impediment until the attack of tile Americans under Lee, near Monmouth. the army in sight to be a mere covering party of about two thousand men, Lee commenced a vigorous assault, but soon learned to his cost that he had To Cure and Keep Pork —To have pork keep well for a long J^ae, it is not only necessary to have good, sweet, wholesome pork to begin with, but a clean, ^ight barrel, plenty of pure, clean, coarse "alt. and a cool place for keeping ’t when packed. Pork will keep a year and longer, if it is first cut in pieces of uniform width, and the lycees containing the most lean separated from the rest, as it contains more Wood to discolor the brine ; besides, it toffees brine more readily and will soon become as hard as old salt beef. Then procure a tight, clean, oak barrel fallen upon the main body of the enemy, with Sir Henry Clinton at its head. I&ken thus by surprise, the Americans fell back in confusion until met and reformed by Washington on the heights of freehold. A severe engagement followed in which the advantage was altogether with the Americans, as the British silently scatter salt over the bottom to the depth I * auu a f _L i I/    ,    .    .    r    .    I    tai?    to    match    in    open    field ipped away during the night, leaving their dead unburied, and a large number of their wounded in the hands of Washington. Notwithstanding the reverses in the early part of the day, the Battle of Monmouth ranks high among those the War, as it demonstrated the discip-i line and proficiency in tactics acquiree under the diligent instructions of Baron I Steuben during the winter at Valley I I erne, aud the ability of the Continen of about half an inch, then, having cut the pork ic* strips of nearly uniform wtdthy»p*ok them on edge, with the rind ‘ nextr to the barrel, and follow* round ti util the bottom is covered by a layer of strips so evcn^and solid that no single pioee can raise without bringing up the whole layer. Then fill up the interstices with salt, and spread it a half inch thick- over the top layer; then pack another layer in the same I way till t*ie cask is full, or the pork all 1 packed. On the top layer place enough clean flat stones to keep it from floating j after the brine is added. The btrfie way be added at once, or left a day or two, without the weather be too warm, then it should be added at once, as soon as the meat is cool. Old brine is as good as new, if it is perfectly sweet, but no better. the Freeborn County STANDARD. City Jewelry AND Music Store! We keep the Largest and best Assortment of WATCHES, CLOCKS, & JEWELRY in Freeborn County, also a large stock of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Including the original Clough & Warren Organs. Repairing of all kinds done by Practical Workmen, and WARRANTED to give satisfaction or money refunded. PETERSON k BENSEL. At the Post Office. J*. T. Scot I mid & to.- AUTOMATIC GR AIN -B IN DER! * WALTER A. WOOD’S HARVESTER and SBIjF-BINDS ll P. T SCOTLAND, & Co, Agents Albert Lea arc! Wells, Minn ALBERT LEA J AKERY BREAD, EAKES. PIES, SC Constantly on bani. S ) did BROWN BREAD CAN ALSO LE HAD above-! sumnioi ♦ ©mpln ORDERS WILL BE TAKE KINDS OF ALL Fr.ncy Calces it I hr (VK Iff AKERY , near •I* T r X LE FC UNI: P. COLBY. I Legal •Vofice*. ATE OF MINNESOTA. County (rf Freeborn District Court, Tenth J till District. James Anderson, plaintiff, Against Jonas A meson Trave#, defendant. Summons, lh* Stale of Minnesota to the mod defendant: You are hereby »1 and required to answer the t iii this action, which hts been I in tnt* office of the Clerk of this Court Albert Lea in said county, anti to s«»rve copy of your answer to the sn hi ©mali ut on Cue subscribe## at their office in bor* Lea, Freeborn County, Mate of nne^nta. within twenty days after the summon- upon you, fXeltt-of such service, and if yon * the complaint within the the plaintiff in this action tm* the relief deleted Jams* aer si Vt ft i I tim WI ll mal ip ply A. .. in • ort for tplaint. BLANKS! Oldest Newspaper ON LINE OF THE Sponge Cake.—"Tike three eggs -one cup of sugar, one heaping cup of Hour, in which mix one teaspoon baking powder, piece of butter size of an egg, two or three tablespoons of milk, and one teaspoon lemon-extract. If this is wished1 for a rolled jelly cake, it must be baked in a long flat I pan about twenty-five or thirty minutes, I and spread with jelly the minute it is j dole, and then rolled in a damp towel. ! lf for round jelly cakes, bake in four ; round tin plates, and spread with jelly j when donee Bake fifteen or twenty ; minutes. open held and under adverse circumstances the best soldiers j of England. In his official despatch, Sir Henry wrote:    ‘‘Having reposed the troops until ten at night, to avoid the exces sive heat of the day, I took advantage I °f the moonlight to rejoin Genera Knyphausen, who had advanced to Nut Swamp, near Middletown.” This assertion was the cause of much merriment, for on the night of the bat tie the moon was only four days old, and set at fifty five minutes past ten. I Turnbull, iii his Mc Finyal, alluding to it says: “lie forms his camp with great parade, While evening spreads tile world in shade, I Then still, like some endanger’d spark j Steals ©ti on tiptoe in the dark ; | Yet writes his King, in boasting tone, | How grand lie marched by light of moon ! I Ho on. great General, nor regard The scoffs of every scribbling bard j. Who sings how gods, that fearful night, Aided by miracle your flight : As once they did in llcmer’s day, To help weak .heroes run away ; Tells how the hours, at this sad trial, Went back, as erst on Altar’ dial, While British Joshua stay’d the moon On Monmouth’s plain for Ajalon. Heed not their sneers or gibes so arch, Because she set before your march.’’ SOLTUERY U1WES0TY RAILROAD We have now in stock the largest assortment of Legal Blanks which can he four-1 in any country office in the State. Almost everything in general use for Towns, Schools, Officers, Lawyers, or Conveyancers, can be found at Tit* Stxkbabd other, printed upon forms adopted by the best attorneys, and approved by the Courts. Read our list: TOWN BLANKS. Annual Town Meeting—Notice of Bonds—Official Oath of Office Notice of Election Notice of Appointment Notice of Acceptance Notice of Qualification Record Rooks. Road—Land Tax Warrants Road—Poll Tax YVarraiifs Road—Notice to Work Road—Overseer’s List Road—Overseer’s Annual Report Road—Petition for New Road—Petition for Altering Road—Petition tor Y ©cating Road—Notice of Hearing Road—Order for Laying Gut Bomi—Assessment of Damages Road—Release of Damages Road—Appeal to Commissioners Resignations and Acceptance. Sectional Plats Warrants of Appoint Bent CON Y E Y A NC ERS’ BI. A N K S. I arm Lease—new style, very desirable. Bills of Sale Bonds for Droll Deeds—Warranty Deeds—Quit Claim Land Contracts Leases Mortgages Mortgages—with special covenants Mortgages—('hat tel Mortgage*—Chattel, with special covenant! Mort gages—Assignments of Mortgages—Satisfaction of Mortgages—Satisfaction of Chattel Mortgages—Notice of Foreclosure Mortgages—Sheriffs Cert. of Foreclosure Power of Attorney FARM MAC BB INERT OF ALL KINDS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN Co/s. LATE SIMMONS k CLOUGH ORBAN .GO, CE X HST IB :r "OEG-AITS , STAR DRUG and MUSIC STORE. to the < -♦aid em D. I STC LOVELY A PARKER, Plaintiffs Attorneys, Albert Pen, Al inn. 11!SKIFF*rf HALE. We on Laud a lull line of tho STAY DARO    &BURETTE OKAYS, SHOLAR 8k Co. PIANOS. S for the Te the Count nesota, nT -By virtue ©f an ex-*f the District Court ttI* Judicial District in and for ■ of Freeborn and State of Minin a judgment is-tied and dock-DGtrict Court for said county i d»v of June. A. D. 1872, in » wln-rein Hoses Tow nsend, of the estate of md deceased, was plaintiff. unbar. Lydia Dunbar, and And Musical Mort ulise of all kinds A mr. »r t lie ny of ll ti J.v rig l In Drugs and Medicines AND- kcpt on hat: B \ R< On Broadway next door to 8*tf    Albert    Le k HIM MS. Post OHL Minn. < OC OC £ ZD OC H CO ALBERT LEA FOUNDRY, Machine Shops, ANI) Od rn 25. c: H CO se HI Fannin g-mill    ii Factory. cled in fin on the lot certain action Admi nisi rator of Abel Tow ne and Joshua I leu ae Miller were defendants, in favor of -ai l plaint iff, and again*! said defendants, J©* hit a Dunbar and Lydia Dunbar rf S bl2 IV, I have on the 7th try, A D. I HT ti. levied upon title, and interest ©f the said .ar anti Lydia Dunbar, to the ••ribed land an I i **al estate, nitndier.- !w-» (2) and three ■ighty two <82) and lot one ixiy-three f»'*d in East Albert Ruble's Addition, e town of Albert also tots three (By •♦even (7 ; and eight k twent v ti\e in the village *>l and tiled in the Deeds of <* »i I conn rilled land being iii -ft. in .aid county and I the valine, or so much fcessary to satisfy said . at the front door of •llben Le*, in theconn--aid, on Saturday, the try. A. D. IBID, at ID k A. YI r f thai day. lintel January A. D Ibid T J. SHEEHAN, tm itll X •din ll linty: six i ti I x\tj fix( .a pl:.ti inter of > st ,1. sr ie rn ab-re F bn >.f I ha CF Fre< ,E.— By rh n County. M i nnesot a. August A. D . ai »nt in a rf Je A rein Git AHD ll fV IhATIOFT (DUGANS SCRIBMER S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES, timet ut?)* «rt atilt baring th* I ut arr    ti    cf    St#*#**!    I    }*%    tn*sTi* EOC AL TO THAT OF TOI LEST Bi KyToF THE SANlT Bi -t« rn em: Au inre of wfci i rr istitx I u \ ll I WHY Our r« “ I .Ail ill*' Y ..ll I « • IlllJ>l*ov r*IUl*l» I s Fifty Ptfivrsl -isle.*. For tin- Po rf* r ibi ll. Fact Prices, ,ry and Y\ ait r * * - o r ti F»tnbilobed in I Address CLOUGH & B ARRE! SAO. ORI < buri ti. •I .Vittle ria I nu J Work Duality sud I 300 to Si i aud i t.-rr. - •:>. Asrenl* \\HUtr«l in Tone I nr-innlli d. re-lip, t ole mf OO . MJefroifj *Uich. bx err I ouniy . N Co , DKT RO I f, MICH. I *.*7 CHAS- •very, X* C. KL! V or*. JC to.. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS AND OF LARGE Beefsteak. Pie.—Cut throe pounds of rump steak, thai has been kept till tender, into pieces half as big as your hand ; trim off all the skin, sinews, and all else undesirable, and beat with a chopper or mallet kept lor that purpose. Chop three onions very fine, and add half an ounce of salt and pepper mixed ; the mixture at the bofc-then a layer of the steak, then some moje of the mixture, and so on until the dish is full j add half apili of-mushroom or other rather mild catsup, and the same quantity of gravy ; coverjt and bake two hours. Large oyste Jfcirboiled and laid alternately with me steak, and their liquor reduced and substituted for the catsup, will be a variety. strew some tom of the of th oTsh, Perseverance, Did you ever know anybody stick to any kind of business, no matter how unpromising, ten years at most who did not prosper ? No one I No matter how bad it may be in the begiuning-if he stuck to it earnestly and faithfully, and tried nothing else, no matter how hard lie may have found it sometimes to keep Ilia head above water; still, if he persevered, he always come out right in a long run. A certain amount of opposition is a great help to a man. Kites rise against, not with the wind. Even a head wind is better than nothing. No man ever worked his voyage in a dead calm. The best wind for everything,^ a long run, is a side wind, lf it blows aft, how is he to yret back ? CIRCULATION. THE PARKE RGU!!. IG sajKi'- 8? inn itfi Pi str< Bp in ort Air.AY ir CHIC Al Buffalo N i rv. Ro che n - \J\J PPT ATTI ~«l lf st kj V WF ± OM* ’AY 50. Drtr it. Tole- MARRIA3E A i I ii jj Bm VR BOOK OF NATURE. • or an cx-rr.ct Court in ami for air of Min-Tfrol ami third day of rtain action ne P. Greene i-Lilian w ac -I a tnt Mb ami -nm of on« dollar** .‘iud nave nu the I KTH, levied ter es* of the to the c-tate, •f “ectioD mid three ie eon ii tv sola, and hereof a.-* execution tile court minty and 'av. lite lith day . ai IO o’clock A. i.: arx -Oh, A. D. HEEMAN, *orr* * f>!fnt¥, YI inne-otfi. ai *- 4 lint©* fc »*U„ ABRUeta, We. - ANDS OUT0P E-ST ! rf It Railway - Xi ♦ J »!• fially low -ult s nrdw^eW, * Mb d. B Iv New Yosk. Lug DISTRICT COURT BLANKS. St NO STAMP FC P. CAR O PARKER BROS WEST MERIDEN,CT. IV Du- M ■»«'.-0. iud E EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM A Home Made? Carpet. Have any of you a spore bcd-cham-her, seldom used, which you would like Ho carpet at little expense ? Go to ihe paper-hanger's store and select a paper looking as much like carpet or oil cloth as you can find. Having taken it home, first paper the Hoar of your bedroom with brown paper or newspapers. I hen over this or these put down your wallpaper. A good way to do this will be to put a coat of paste upon the floor the width of the roll of paper, and the length of the room, and then lay down the paper, unrolling and smoothing at rile same time. W hen the floor is all covered, then size aud varnish, only dark-glue and common fuvniture-varn-ish may be used, and the floor will look all the better for the darkening these will give it. When it is dry, put down a few rugs by the bedside and before the toilette table, and you have as pretty a carpet as you could wish. A carpet, too, that will last for years—if not aubject to too constant wear—and at a trifling expense. I myself used a room one entire summer prepared in this way—used it constantly ; and when the house was sold in the fall, the pur-uhaser ashed me to tuke up the oilcloth, as he wished to make some alterations which would be sure to injure it! The figure nine insignificant though it may Beent, possesses some singular characteristics, among which is:    You may multiply it by any number, add together the digits aud you will still have nine. Take, for instance, the number itself, 9x9 equals 81, add the digits and 9 is the product. Or take a larger number, say 1875x9 equals 1G875, added gives 27, added again we have 9 the original number. The same result will be found by using any number takin 9 as the multiplicand. Try it. JOBBING Stone jars, which have become offensive and unfit for use, may be rendered perfectly sweet by packing them full of earth, and two or three w*e°ks. letting them stand Department A little black pepper in some cotton dipped in sweet oil is one of the quickest remedies known for the earache. An X official is one w ho gets IO a day yiy landlady,” remarked a man, kes her tea so stroug that it breaks “And mine,” said another, i- that it can’t run •ma ri*t* cups ’ •'makes her’* vuT J Ila? f so weak . » It is a stunning blow to the doctrine of foreordination—the statement that ii buckwheat cakes had been foreseen from the beginning, the human arm and hand would have been so formed that man could easily scratch his own back between the shoulder blades. We are reliably informed that nothing will make a young man’s emotions despise the restraints of a tight shirt collar so much as the pressure of a soft hand in the dark. Do not grumble. It is a bad winter and everything is expensive; but you ought to be thankful that you are not a little man with a big wife, and no other capital than a pair of weak lungs aud nine girl children. The boy’s first really great lesson in acting usually takes place upon meet ing his mother in search of the pantry key, whieh lies securely at the bottom of his trousers pocket. Soft hearts often harden, but soft heads never change. We arc told that the peculiar odor of Russia leather is due to the use of white birch bark in tanning. That I explains why boys arc so much sweet-j cr after being tanucd with birch I switches. Complete Affidavits—Service of Summons Affidavits—No Answer Affidavits of Disbursements Appeal—Notice of Appeal—Affidavit on Appeal—Bond in Attachment—Affidavit for Attachment—Bond in Attachment—YVrit ofu Bonds for Restitution Complaint on Note Complaint on Note by Partners Complaint on Two Notes by Partners Costs—Notice of Taxation Costs—Undertaking for Execution Garnishee—Summons and Notice Garnishment—Affidavit for Judgments Judgments—Quieting Land Title Lls Pendens Notice of Appearance Notice of Trial Order of I eference Replevin—Affidavit? for Replevin—Bonds in Replevin—Writs of Replevin—Complaint in Summons—Complaint Served Summons—Complaint not Served Subpoenas Verification by Tarty Verification by Attorney JUSTICE COURT BLANKS. Appeal—Notice of Grounds of Appeal—Affidavit for Appeal—Bond in Attachment—Bond in Attachment—Affidavit for Attachment—Writ of Constable’s sales. Complaint—Selling Liquor. Complaint on Note Complaint on Note—Partners Complaint on Two Notes—Partners. Executions Garnishee—Summons and Notice Garnishment—Affidavit for Replevin—Affidavit for Replevin—Bond in Replevin—W’rits of Summons Subpoenas Warrants Fobes Brothers, ALBERT LEA. M Ifivly I Agent SN. their tickets via Cbicago chicago & nurture MW. I lose till the M TERN RAILWAY connection are made at Chicago Lake Shore k Michigan Southern I i eof rat. Baltimore A Ohio, Pitts-•rt YI ayne A < hicago. Kankakee t-.WliM Or *.» ri *' iii, «*• Mf*, crrttt Lat &x*4 wtte&kr r* f. Mv-kl    tad    fear PUMPS! PUKPS ! T TT Dond YVholesalc and Retail Dealer in MINNEAPOLIS PIMPS! md!? Routes, for all point* cast, aud x»ith the Chicago inots (Antral for all pointe de with for all F e connections are made with trains of all cross This Tump is com-i lered -upcrlor to any other now in u-c, ani es offered low as ny other in market. WARRANTED TO GIVE SATISFACT’N KOR o Y BA KUS. or No l'AV. Headquarters at (Jai vc, Prettum C^nty, Minneola, Where all orders received by mail or otherwise will have prompt attention. 12.t LEGAL TOWN COUNTY AND SCHOOL MISCELLANEOUS BLANKS. Bonds for general use. Notarial Protests Promissory Notes—Several kinds Receiptr ,Drafts, Bank Cheeks Town Ofderr, School District Order* Teachers’ Contracts, Ac., &«-School District Bonds. burg. F Line and Pan IL Eart and South A Alton and ill South. I Ii'-*1    •    n-*r:; n- are also t. ! Union Pacific R R at Omaha, We* point* at junction roads. PULLMAN These caJebrat* ni?ht trjtin- on all Thi« i9 the only line running the-*? cars between Chicago and St. Paul or Chicago I ani Milwaukee. Al Omaha our Sleepers I connect xx it ii tho Overland Sleeper# on the I Union Pacific Railroad, for all points we**! I Mf— that apr rf •*, »r* V.ot [r»    %r T , MATI* r ti, (4J) j. en*J SCT Of tpp.'ftaUPTM fc.» . .ID    a* So ith»r side road. Ad-i ,i n. Cut-Northern irtir g out-!©il fertile Pf ers. no for eeiah-cirsakm, mi .-ss oner. • Kit FflVll! * 50TH15G MAHR3ACE CUiEJE *»    *    !>«?«:«*•    try'I mum 4 Mf. So n»-rW< pair. p-Toot). <■* ri»f- ru tS'w-4 to lo    it.    It    -*«. ■MIMI Itt-rMt ;n ob til*- «e-;—- rh- r h oj;    ta-    N    -t    th—mSu U Karejw MKI Aj&crtM- 0 0 lory. **W pv i Eery a *>.. Amreeta. Me. at br >HMP„ Salt fie* wofth 9 I DMO a Co., I rtlixd, Me. HOM rn nth .NCV I. rr and tfi •tai, ti j. TI prowar -, (rn tx I alfin*. OK sol b CU ARM 130.' tony f<u>rii>at«r »i.d gate tbs f Bay I^no l! tlirjr ch* t»- t :i*e::tal atvfwigi.»■! aD ran by mail. for Si rent- ; hyrtber vttt Kgypttmi) i *t»cL-, I    Hia'x A i|*H*er I- "k. law.Mon *»4«1. AtMnv, 4 k Cit., l’ablishci*. I kiUwb fplua. Pen >101X1 PA LACE CA Ha I cain are run ihe lines of tin-* t tt. KO ti-CB on all ad. LCGK HOSPITAL, Cor. I HAN KL!?! 6 (VASH ISG TCH STREETS, CHICAGO, ILL. srtcred ty bt-ie fur VOL NG n X. him ToWrnil'liinif A DU**-* til nm iiur* wbirh w»* aff fnriii-hni»f «Mh operaGw*. •in AW to lion a rn* nth »n*l -deady tmmii rf im ii r» rr.ailni fn-«r. A*Ulr****' r. TiLSMUni I **-riTi'TE. -laneevilta, Wta. ti of the Missouri river. Ai the c INDUCEMENTS OFFERED AGENTS WANTED TOR THE Eft TE UTU AL HISTORY « t« M.S. thi.** route to the traveling public are all I e modern improvements : Rock and gravis I alia st rd track, steel rail, rock and iron ! el dg*-*, parlor and drawing room day ! c ’v:hc9, (smoking and lounging cars. Wc>t-in*rhouse 8afe;y Air Brakes. Miller*# Pat- ; j ent Safety t’o»ipiing an I Platforms, Speed, j -mf. ,-j ‘VSS" * ■ v ' -,, of I*titx .’TE ani TI’ii ujUMSieJLfesca:-* s J?* S%s ik> in alt their var.ed puM*. AIL, v * end comj*l!cnt< d grsviLl I* r>. .Iona by mc •i perron* In the I the biod of the ai*] P. a AME ;-» rn Stoi' l a' I fi r fix for the past -ll years. Ag© aud expert- N M T , ..4,; astert xvcr lf* xxitb * ti nniai t*. *t>d e\»r» ti- iLlsHIMJ Ct! .1 i*« lfn^ his© ry of > nr iii.i.KC <*w> k rxrr ! ti in* hint* r>* a1 entail ain unt of the J*rn*l n » t»> A#rHCs. .. I kit a Ko aud bt. CHICAGO MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL |    {i i'n n I n .t i i' ii I * C. "i I ’ "f I v k great RAILWAY, THE GREAT ‘illMOUGH LINE For CHICAGO, KEW YORK* NEYV ENGLAND. TUE CANADAS. ASB ALL EASTERN & SOUTHERN POINTS Connecting in Chicago aith all Eastern an i i Southern lanes. Chicago Depot :    orr.erana. md West Mad!ion Strcetn. Hone rani Mid rtagi Uni t* fit all parta < f the city constantly pa-?is.!.'. (THE ONLY THROI UH LINE BETWEEN Clii<*au<>, MILWAUKEE, ST. PAUL, AKU MiKKEAPOLIS It traverses a finer rorntrx . with grander !«*ener>'. and lawn* through nvre busi nee - centrer aul pleasure resorts than any «th*, r Northafstern tim* And the only Railway Line Traversing the A alley of the I ppd Mississippi River, and along the Shore of Lake Pepin. THROUGH PALACE COACHES AND SLEEPING C ARS STATE8, and operating over 2,GDO mile? of • road, till-* company presents to the travel- I ! cr facilities I bit ARE NOT and CANNOT : be offered by any competitor. All ticket agents can sell you tickets via ibis route, if you wish tile hest traveling accommodations, you xx ill buy your tickets by thi« route, and will take no other. MARVIN HUGHITT, General Superintendent. V. II STENNETT, SyI    General Passenger Agent. G. T. GARDNER, k b roil ail a’ heir coom ■p y po-’ die attern >i ut in t!*s sacce?-r:ii crcaunent .s fermi*. ifOH'-rrhfra. gieet, strlo-y bt* cured in tao shortest po»-pcruiual weaknej*«. erab»io;ia of a, t i*xjh d by self al a? . which pr>>-y. pimples©n the Lire, a.mi eau be knoxxnr* miU oa, Ai * I !.*•?« di.-. a-es,, J • jneute**: free id office,©r 13c age. I .atli ce requiring the r ion, home and board, may ran cr • in tho world. •a Gnne, xx?* DEALER |N setae dice tun ‘ bool I ald* I ________________________ I xx*rite. • All bnr-ir.rss slrictiy confidential. i>lt. ; JAMES hrs 20 rooms and parlors. Im call in* you I tee no cue *, it the doctor. Wilco hours: I* A. M nntil » I’. M. Sundavs, IO to 12. i oti.yuliatb/O 1 always tuck a id mxited. Cr!l or xrrit.-. OPIUM MOKi'Braband INTliM PEKA IK HABITS speedily cured; painless no publicity, at borne and without inconvenience. An antidote that stands on its merits. Send stamps for particulars. DR. CARLTON, *8y Washington Street, Chicago, IB. ADVERTISING IN CANADIAN NEWSPAPERS k> 81 SOV /%9 > c ts. ON Semi for our catalogue. THE LIST PLAN. I or information nil? r* SLA NKS CONSTANTLY ON RANI) reconnecting at St. Baul and Minn* aiolis xx itll the «*ev«*ral lines ©entering at th «c ]xdnt«. St. rani Depot, cor. of Jack»**’ii and bex'* <*. City Otho**, UN Eaet Jackson St., emu r of Third Street. A. V ll. CARPENTER. General Passenger and Ticket Ag« tit. Milwaukee, S. It. ROGERS, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, and Manufacturer of BROOMS TWIN LAKE CITY,    -    -    - P. 0. Address, Nunda Flour & Feed, First door East of the Fe ople’S StoeE MARRIAGE ■GUIDE! An iliurtrmted work 271 pfM. «x private coon***! >r to the marriid ami marriageable on the mysteries of the sexual system, its abuses. cts., latest tusexrreru* to the __  seine*    of    rrprodurtio®; how to be truly happy ta the married relation. MLe and Isaiah*. young and middle aged should read arid preserve it .it e> >nuuna inJbrraation. wt .ch no one can adon! lo he wttH-vut; on how to preserve the health, and complexion, an i rive to tbdcd eh.-eks the treshneM of ?*uth. the brat aud only true Marriage Guide in the world, rriee JO cents by Mad. The author may be consulted per-.uaily or by mail on acy of th#? ?nbi^ctn mmtloftedin hi* work- LIU*iff ut. A. G. OLIN, is Washhlgtwa at. Chicago. Lh 87tf Albert Lea, Min., Sept. lf*, L •> I A BOOK FORJHE MILLION. Marriage AIT blanks in the above Hst will be furnished at St. Panl rates, or as cb*ap asany other establishment xviii offer. Any blank not enumerated will be print on the shortest ounce, xvhcu desired. Minn. NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. Parties holding claims or any charade* against the late Luther Parker, are requested to hand in immediately an Bemixed statement to D G. PARK KH or J [I. PARKER, Hisses UELS01T I Would announce the ladies of ALBSnT LEA. aud vicinity, that they are prepared to do all kinds of DRESS-MAKING k 11 AI IMN ORK. I on the shortest notice, and in the most satisfactory mnnncr. (’leaning pud making up combing-* into switches and curls a specialty. Also Ladies’ heads shampooed. Rooms in Wood’s Drug Store, up stairs. lomod Guide. A VrtrMc C'-nawtovtotb* Mamad, or    xbcat to marry, od the phy.iuio^teo! nytcrte. •) ’!    af the iwx«Mtl *T.veBi. wi-h ta© I. lend Lxco * arte" la th* nltnw Of reproduction, prcoorrtag    _    .    . .    .    . . This Is an I Ute resting work of two han*lr-*t Bl sixty tout**- with oamerou* ra«rmviaft. and coo-.ains 7'Joibl-lafhrwMioti for UMM who are bm.--ted or contrtuplat** mar ria#-, still ll Is • hook that ouch* to bo h**pt aader look sad her, and sot loft car**!w*»ly shoat the hosao. It osataias tbs expertise* sad mirier et rn physic!** whose reputstioa Is world- wtds, sad should bs is UM pct TSM drawer of arerjr wale sod firma* thn>ugho',it the eatlrs Binh*, tt embrsees errryth)s« os the esbjrct of th* c-oe*. stir# »y*Mm that is worth knowing, sad much that is no* published in say other work.    _ Sent to any one (free <f poets***' ter rtfly Cr*Is. Address Or. Batts Dv^sassry, Ko. IS K. bifbtk street, fit Louis, Mo. Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate. Before applying to th* notorlens quack* who sd**mt1«e lo rjhiie papers, or usia* any quack remedies, aerase J '*-stW work, no matter what your discase la or how deploy ih!e roar condition. Dr Butts occupies a d* nNe ho«*e of tsreaty-seeeo rooms; Is indorsed by soom of tho most celebrated nn-ip'sl p*of-»*# *«>rs of this country sud XsrsyS, sa l -an ne oonsulMl per* mu alif or b* tnsU.*.u tbedi***»»es mesnosot in bi* sort, Office sod Barton. No Ii borts I. (hut aUwtt, kaiWesS ksmet ana ChcaauLS*-. CEO. I*. KOW EIX db (O.. ti HAUK KOW MU YORK. Awarded the Highest Medal &t VIess© E. & H. T. ANI HO NY CO., 591 Fmadway, N**w Y«*rk. (Opp. YIH I* ©polit Blk 11 est •• I. i Nfanafartnn s, Imputers i. Balers fa t’HH(».MtK> AND I RAMUri, STERE08V0FES & VIEWS, si.HCM.-, in: trio >roi*ns ai:*) *civ.t»i.E vumrt*. l*lkoto'fi*xa|>!ii<* Wt* art* Headquarters for ex ort thing iu the way of STT-MopTiroNS am! MAfiir Lurmsi Being Ylnnafiiefwrctt of the MICH *>-sci i wt rte t XKTiaX, s r t: ti eg- pa Norm *» n , CKI err. *itt    i-th***k. AUntlTrfim*!* ^T I HI*' CT Iffljf, Ainoi r:c«<K, sctiooi. LiKTr.KK,    r.ieiit uxuiy, rrori.r.’s I.xntvkk. Each style being the l est of its cLss in the market. Catalogues of Lanterns ami Slides with direct ion for liking ?cnl on :i|>plicarion. Any enterprising man can make money VV it Ii a Magic Lantern. |sTT*Cut oui this a*ivitti*.en *si f* r refit* * nce.“^yff    4;>p    6 S JBIsJ±2STX£L& HF A LL KIN PL I LOI bldiit! ..tins <i#d >oi hale at I ibUffice

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