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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - July 6, 1876, Albert Lea, Minnesotainriift M'tim int-me vnnnapunivrinraarti gmbmCaunttj ^ mn (bu d A LBERT LE a7~MI X N., J VIY ~6187G. LOCAIi, Reaper and Mower for Sale.— An Excelsior Dropper in fine condition, is offered for sale very cheap, on time, if desired, or exchanged for other profile, erty. Apply to D. (i. Parker. Try It—Let all who desire to keep posted on the progress of the campaign during the Presidential canvass, take The Standard, Those who do not wish to become regular subscribers, can take it until after the fall election shall have been held, at the proportion of yearly rates, say until the loth of November, at 50 cents. CENTENNIAL 4th. GRANDEST CELEBRATION AND THE BIGGEST CROWD EVER WITNESSED IN ALBERT LEA. SOLDIERS ON PARADE I! MARCAL AND BAND MUSIC! The Baptist Aid Society will meet on Wednesday next, with Mrs. Morin. Historical Sermon—The sermon of Rev. Mr. Abbott last Sabbath, contains too much historical data to pass unnoticed, but as our paper is overflowing this week with other matter, we must defer comment unt ii next issue. CITIZENS ENMASSE. GIRLS REPRESENTING STATES Washington and Family! Music, followed by the benediction, closed the exercises upon the grounds, and the congregated thousands dispersed for dinner, which was eaten in picnic parties, at restaurants, lunch stands, private houses, and hotels—all of the latter being crowded. The afternoon was spent in boat racing, carriage driving, ball playing, pigeon shooting, and general rambling All the livery teams, as well .as the fine sail boats,were constantly employed. In '.be evening the crowd gathered upon the open common west of the court house, to witness the display of fireworks, which were fine, after which music and dancing, in various places, held (he young folks, until the clock told that the first century had felt d into the past, and that our nation had entered upon another hundred years of its existence. Base Bail. One of the most closely contested games ever played in the State, came off at this place on the 4th, between the Albert Lea and Geneva clubs. This is not the first game betv/een these contestants. We have watched their practice game with interest, some time bark, and are forced to the conclusion that both clubs are entitled to rank far above the ordinary standard of country clubs A d 1sthtficd gentleman from Faribault, who watched the game on the 4th, remarked in our hearing that he had not seen clubs so evenly matched, or a game so finely contested, in the State. It is in {‘act a question whether either one is not a match for almost any club in tile West. We give below. the score of the game refei re I to, siiow- Ciiurcli Dedication. The dedication of the new Dane Baptist church took place on last Sabbath, the dedication sermon being preached in the Scandinavian tongue, by the Rev. Mr. Ostcrgreen, of St. Baul, assisted in the service by Rev. Mr Lunde, of Clark s Grove. The afternoon service was in English, the mr limn being preached by the same gentleman, who vr;is adiated in other portions of the service by Rev. Messrs. Abbott, Alden. Lunde, and Wood, the latter being the Baptist State Missionary. The evening service was of a union character, at which al! these reverend gentlemen took part. During the evening service the ordinance of bnptiim Was admini-tt red. an I a love foaat r! *ed •Vcir .iitrcriisnncnts. FOH 8 A LE —OnS ®ulky-rakc, and one Kirby reaper. Cash or on time 27if    J.    W.    SMITH. , TV if .    Iii va-1 item en I s. II*. I*. '</**#»»• SElTZI.i: HORSE FOR SALE. The us* lf reign cd will sell a good work I horse, or trad j lh** same for Voting >»<x*k. j Also a few ‘oils of cholee timothy hay. I delivered in town, at $ 7 •"•<> per ton. (lr lets j accompanied by Cask, l«*ff at brown’# bank ! will receive prompt attention. l!7* I*    I. GODI.KY. Grfiflgf1 Notice.    (    \jK¥ A meeting of the slock-botders cf the ■ TARRANT’S Farmers* Co-operation Association will br j    a    ^    ^ held in the court house in Albert ten. on j    PbiititoljtuT*. a w > Saturday. July BUI*, at cup o’clock P. m. , All stock-bolder*, and ad other- intend j    J 1 2 Zn* ti J ing to take *tock, are requested to be pres- I ent. ^    J.    P.    HALL.    |    Solid "W”O^YltlTE 12! 27t2    Chairman.    gfhHMxX)    l>    <;lkT-: HOTESfQlE LOTHER. lh P. TOAST BETZKR A EKP. IENT. r .rn if. * >vc ffioijejr, snft \ ;*is ii to f**«* OS*ts IS ? -jrf;; f^ut. >me. Agarf#-»**!*«<). outfit a Hit I. H < o.,    Mi*. BEA LPL m Att. KfY DS tip VU WF \ pf’MS LRAD. ti'itt SII I VGT.I s. L \ «ft. I.▼ vffl vHMK.v.T, £*0** BtiriDifts mimn.. Report of Albert Lea Public School for Term Eitdiug June SO, 1H70. LONS PROCESSION THROUGH THE STREETS! County Gran<;e,-Thisorganization met at Albert Lea, on the 1st inst., and, we understand, voted to put in a cooperative store at this place. How much stock has been provided, we have not learned, nor do we know that the manager has as yet been agreed upon. -W- — History of Freeborn County. We publ ish elsewhere the address of Mr. Parker, at the celebration in Albert Lea, on the Centennial Fourth, including those portions omitted in the reading upon the ground. The history has been prepared with much care, with a view of making it accurate and reliable data of information to our people, and as a starting point for all the county history that may follow. It will be seen, also, that the creditable showing of prosperity, based upon reliable facts, renders it a valuable immigration document, and with that view we have printed a large number of extra copies. One typographical error was over looked in the proof reading which we will correct here. In the paragraph relating to the building of the Southern Minnesota Railroad, it was made to read 1859, and should have read I SGG. Enthusiasm by Everybody! Kcstnumuit, I.euinna«lc, anti Peanut bt amis Kverj where. Continued Rattle of Firecrackers, interspersed with Musketry and the Booming of Cannon. I i i}£ Ii School ll ! 86 ! 84 94 I 6Grammar .. 48 j 89 I 86 i 92 J 4I ntorm’ute 52 j 48 I 45 91 ! 3Primary ... (WI i r»7 55 : 95 j ITotal........ 267 1180 ! 17V j 91 I 17in" Albert Loa to be the winners : aliii:ut ll; \. Hard c . Foiler p........ Martell a s.... Richards. I b. Wilkinson, 2 I Case, 8 b....... Morey, I f..... Mints c f..... Robinson, r f. Tot:.! ........ ,o.| ft. j CiKXKX’A. JOI 4 I) Scliadd, c......!4 21 I ii el mo®, p......j ^ *> j I Ferguson, s s..I n I ° •> iChamberlain ll* *> o 8 Ferguson,2bi *r> i) *>! Robson, 3 b ...j -I 0| |Slonn. I f........Io I iCusick. c f......I I j;_ o. T Holme®, r f-Im I lo j Total .........Tho following is the score by innings ORATIONS AND MUSIC ON THE GROUNDS. BOAT-RACING AND BASE-BALL PLAYING. FLAGS DISPLAYED FROM POLES AND HOUSE-TOPS ! The f (flowing K»*ll of Honor comprises the names    of members of the school who have    been pnfe>-t in at tendance and deportment, during tile entire terra. Those reported^worthy of credit ” have been very nearly perfect. HIGH SCHOOL Mary E Armstrong    Carrie E Norton Andrew Anderson    Eva 0 Norton Innings. I i.j a.| •» | -k. « Ll 5.i 6. 7 : 8. . _I ^J_I :Geneva ...... 2 I I: 0! 0 2 0 0 0*Albert Lox .. OI 2 I 0 I 2 3 2 IOn th* the exercises of the day. The house was crowded at each of these services, . . H. J J  j and every mark of respect shown to a j ?    \ 1    worthy christian sect. 7    I The building is 2^x42    feet in size, J    «    'I j1 j neatly finished, outside and in, having 2} 2 seating capacity for about 300 persons 2 2 i lo addition to the audience room. there . 31    ..    .    I < I ! art two council loom*, in th** rear end. Of I J I while two galleries afford ample room for the choir, by that moans enlarging I the audience room when    more seating room is demanded. The tower is about I G5 feet high, and the whole church, » nestling as it docs among the green foliage of sturdy oaks, presents a charming appearance. The cost of the structure was a little over $2, GOO. Of this, SI .440 was raised mill Poland-Cbina Pigs. The underpinned Ii -. * r* i Iv fur i live pigs of pure blood, or tm-* i..«» • : ti -ii.« breed of bog*, rat «e*l fr : it ’>oi ?<* ! «' Alsn, eros* v.itli in** (    \Vhi!o,    v desirable for making I - ?k. Hayward. Minn. from .Shell Ro k. Rock ('lest Brince Ev:r Pr^Qt*- ‘be Public THI KF** f FASY, ? X FOHT! VK FOK OMA > I ii Yrxsif DIs'UtJBrrbtN CUM r. n LEY. Marmet lf-* tvo’h or .Xiii*--- Sh- FARMERS, LOOK II 13 ii.au TIK Oiw ll*: i Y, 0000,000 I*. Ut Ut I KH, Ex-L*-(V. Ut., f;-til .Xlanaj it«•!> im* l'*j-i|>«*i!» iu« i.i. We receiving * large l*i OI] <1 :tt. . f iou ired    Seasoned Lamber w.ouo | OI 27 ll Panning Nelli® E Porter Emma Ruble Elhi Ruble Stella Staton Sane TI:oregon Alfred T XV bit man IO Pigeon Shooting and ( arriage Drivinr. Bridge at 8hell Rock.— The town of Shell Hock is now bridging the river at the village, a structure much needed, the old one having become un. | |y 8Bellin„ thc crowJ safe for travel It will cost, we understand, between $300 and 8400. Sabbath School Concert. The Presbyterian church was again crowded to overflowing, last Sunday evening. The occasion of this wa* the Sabbath School Concert, previously an. nounced, and which, under the management of the popular superintendent Mr Lincoln, always draws a house. Willis J Booth Rudolph Bergerson Tai rick < ’ary | \YEllington Cooley ‘ Ida J Hyde hora Lever)« ^ Total. — V--............... lf *A - J xx/' ut Ut pl' f RL IHT. XV Omni mer ban sen    Emma Patrick Kila Greent    Nellie    E Patrick Harry Cates    Dora    E Pratt -| Willie C Hyde    Willie C Ross ! Willie A Morin    Willie ll Tunell GRAND DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS IN THE EVENING i Total....................................... CRA M M A K I > F PA Ii T ll EN T. Hiss M Hunter, Teacher. E Idle Dwyer    Matt:* Jewilt ll Drommerhaus-iu    Frink l\>rk*r Mary Cates    Burt Patrick Frank Outwits    8arah Pratt Watson Horner    Lizzie Pfeffer Luther Ingeibriteon    Jerry Sheehan Mary Johns rn    Total............... WORTHY OF N* (TICE. IlaBie Bicbcnbach    Lake Franco Willie Bick! nbaeh    Julia Harm Ida McDouall Ettie Fuller    Millie Parker Total...................................... IN T ER M EP IA T E DEPA P. T M ENT. Miss L». E. Berry, Teacher. ftelle Morin Charles Mc Donah Henry Nelson following day, a practice ’ " tine was played, resulting in a victor)* for Geneva, though the Albert I^ca boys say they can afford to lose it, con- I by subscription, at the commencement, soh rill" that their pitcher and catcher ! ^d about 8900 at the dedication, leav- | wert* both in a crippled condition, and j ing only about $300 more to cover thc ; j(’n only consented to play a practice game. j cost. at earnest solicitation. wifli Young s Po!en! Double Pepzati ig Ik * (.'auh ffifm of i s*-a. ..... IMM I •Si........... 139,100Screens, wa ranted to tboronghly cie an I # i , I*>t‘ A*i \1 is- min fr^m all of I. or fa’ needs on!Y to ti ,• ft t. j, ,.i, f \ stuff, lire [■’•antient J* es im in ? it. to believe all"t; Vtiu i: or th Xvi <*•;. JTP. • If J,.;- . kl:tm Ticiictc Ski ii- Iclaim ror the eral use in N naehine. Coming into cr*-orthern Iowa att I South** ! n eai*b. :: •Tic*’* C'kn ^ ’ r.n I I V rirr*rl r ft iMinnesota. (lur ScreerA may b'* re:; I * j* t iii .MI I KV I IL* ttr'0* I %>ii nisi ic I lit -fitted and w DI k perfectly in any kind of I IO' t 0.11 V WW ll ills, and w e are puling fti m in rd’ of erIii* J , .-J,, r- f r T't'Vo**.- t\ with th di-fribu- !OF A Ffc’PErtlOP. s;r ALITY. M ii I YU 19k VI KW of hie adorable ad. V ANri. IN KC MBK It* I’WH’LK v* ILL JXI XX ELL TU avail THLM»ELVK8 of I ii to BA It ti A I X 8 V. L No*X UFI LU. ll nn*l Or Br- solicited for ti ’ ng <>•. I i Fatisfactton guaruk**v<| or n<» pay >i rn and cl.    (VRUS    S.    i,BE^4    UTT. rail an I s**e ■ample work at fit*! trail son Bro s, or at 8. Frescoii’s, AB no.    -"it ti I ion. Th*.-*. P. 1*0 It TEH, Urnrral .>|jtuH«*T,rrnnkrori, K*. TUE NEW TORK MILITARY AGENCY PUM im- Pcr*l«tti« f rul 'cr* X -    '>aU our Flock hafor** furcuae>n% 1H75. el si; w ne re. BT BK X, June *JA JAMES W. STAGS, I’kj e<Shooting.—We were unn i blo to obtain a score of the shading I match on th * 4th, but arc told th it thc shots were very fine. A P tinier, lr This society certainly starts on a ca recr of flattering prosperity. Celebration at Geneva. Editors <>f The Standard —This dav the Centennial of our National ex the victor and carried off the purse ; is ten ce was duly observed h« re und< r in both trials.    j    the auspices of the Go* d I eon Bars DF A LEW IN PR WHITE WINE SSING’S (debration at Frcebom. Thc csually quiet t xwn of Freeborn celebrated the loOth year <d f*ur na-tioual independence iii the following order: Notwithstanding a number ? our* citizens, especially the young gentlemen a„J Udin, went to )our place, our uso-    \    fi    f ally quiet village vias alive with the ( gootl people of the neighborhood, at an } ear!) h hit Maud.** aud tables had been previously erected in shady localities. aud at the a I Never before has Albert L?a witnessed such a gathering as that of ihe Centennial Fourth. The programme Lad been thoroughly advertised, and at an early hour our streets were thronged r* with people, in carriages and on foot, Cl Dromraerhausea while the long train upon every thor- j oughfare leading to town was constant- I I low I the Th * firing « d by the gat .u fob c at lr. formed l* seats, were in The dawn of day was ushered in by : George tidier a medley of church bells and the boom* fiura Bachel ler ing of cannon, thc latter continuing at intervals through the day. The usual racket and smoke of fire crackers was kept up. while around lemonade stands, established in every nook and corner, were congregated thousands of young bloods, intent upon spending their money. At IO o'clock, the disorderly, though Bertie Brown Harry Brown Mn J bure Henry Ellieks^n Forrest Franee Augurs Harm Fanny Hazelton Marcus Low® Robert T< Marsh ut... The concert was entitled ‘‘Two Certainties,” illustrated by two large hang- enthusiastic, procession formed at thc ing banners, upon one of which was inscribed a text of Scripture, representing tlte way of life : “ Re Thou Faith- beaded 1 court house in the following order : 1. Soldiers of thc late war with martial music. 2. Thirty-nine little girls, rcprrsent-fui I iito Leat.i, and . xxi., give Thee *nj t]lc number of States, each crowned a Crown of Life.” Thc other, having j wit Ii thc Goddess of Liberty cap the reverse. u Sit), when it is Finished j 3. General and Lady Washington Bringeth Forth Death.” Between f'catetl :it a table ; the daughter stand WORTHY Frank Birken bach EH® Gold rn Mary Giii wits Harry Higgins Kine Johnson PRIMA RY Mrs. Mary M. Ririe Barek Otto Bickeubach Mary Buckley Harry Cure Fannie (’oB'j these two prominent declarations stood tile Christian cross, some five or six feet in height, of pure white, richly garland, with flowers entwined among the green ivy which encircled it from top to bottom. It was one of the most ing at the back and reclining upon    her    j 0j7,i ( uii-nm mothers shoulder, while thc son    sat    Francis Bravos carelessly upon the floor. These were    Nollit Elliman drawn upon a platform truck    Frank EUIeksoti 4. The President of the day iii car- Haitie Eaton ...    ,    ~ -    .    *    Maggie    Golden riage, accompanied by the Orator and j i?eiAie <ln*ene Historical Reader. 5 Mom liers of thc Committee in gorgeous and yet significant boquets ; carriage, accompanied by chaplain and we have ever witnessed, and was a complete entertainment in itself. The singing and recitations were as usual, of the first-class, while the closing address of the superintendent was full of original thought, and especially entertaining. Mr. Lincoln has acquired the enviable reputation of being thc prince of concert organizers, and his efforts never fail to bring a crowd. This Week's Advertisements.— Fanning mill screens—(\ Prescott. Horses and bay for sale—J. G. Godley. Farm machinery—Il3ns Nelson. Grange notice—J- F. Hall. Detroit aud Milwaukee Railroad route. Administrators sale. Reaper and hay rake for sale—J. W. Smith. Personal. J. A. Lovely, of this place, orated at Spring Valley on the 4th, by special invitation, and as he never fails to interest his audience, we will vouch that Spring Valley had, at least, one good speech. John Heath, Sen., of Geneva, has been spending tne Centennial Fourth with our people, and his face looks as familiar as ever. Mr. J. Hall has returned from New York, where he has spent a number of months. The old gentleman looks hale and hearty enough to be able to take many such journeys. reader of declaration. G Cornet Band. 7 Citizens on foot. 8. Endless procession of carriages. These marched through most of thc principal streets, and then to thej] grounds, a shady and picturesque grovo on the bank of Fountain lake, where a large platform had been erected and seats arranged for 2,000 persons. These were soon Mary Higgins Willi** Higgins Fred Hewitt (diaries Hays Total....... I. .ura Place E lith Pre -cult John I!.-" lh ma Kraith L-^n-t >< au leurmi® James Walker Ida XX bite Ida Wing OF*«1 PZT. Minnie Kellar Willie Marsh August Paulson Ttllic Rusltfel it Total............... DEPARTMENT Gun.or, Tee eh cr. Samuel Johnson Ile ary ll ar in Gertie Jewitt G Larson Lira Larson Winnie Me Don ah Mabel Mills Katie Mills Willie Nelson Albert Ru-hf*ddt Mabel Sutton Myrtle Sui ton George Sheehan J .Hues Shepherd Fred Shepherd Daisy Stacy Fred Tunell '.ins at c un rise ring of ihe pcoj n *h, preparatory to forming th process' rn 2. At ll o’clock, procession ami marched to the grove, wher swings, and lemonade stands readiness for nee*pati ,n 3 Reading the Declaration of Tudc-p< ndence. by 8. J Fuller; three cheers f«>r its 100th birthday. 4 Song- * Red. White, and Blue.” 5. Declamations by two schools, with appropriate singing 6. An oration by Hon. T \V Burdie, portraying the organization of our nation, an I the jdrogresMon it has made during the last century, in a truthful. happy style 7 Song 8 Remntks I v J G ward, and the reading of latter® written by John Adams to his wife. on Die 2d day of July, 1770, atter the d.*b®ic in the Colonial Congress, on the adoption of tho Declaration '-f Independence 9 8 ti", followed by a picnic dinner ALBERT LEA, MIN: I ro.tR iv S i ’-tinner (-Cf tm a1 <**. A. Mi* mud mr about >m- Moth. irth uroishing ad the tables filled, while far out upon either side stood crowds, unable to be aecomrno- Worthy of « rf.»it. .Tonies Dwyer    Amanda Nelson Milton Fluunagan Willie Slocum Frank Greene    Grace suey Charles Fobes    Cora Favlor Total..................................... XVhole No. Perfect........................... Whole No. Worthy of Credit ........... Nora Abbott.......Kb) A Anderson ......92 Willis J Booth...921 ,    ,    .    .    R Bergerson.......90l dated.    J    he    ever-honored starry ensign    j    Chris Burke......So" waved    over    each    end    of    the    platform,    i    Patrick (’ary.....88 ,    A    i    i    n-    i    XV DromerhausenB:!} while upon* it were seated the officers, speakers, musicians, State representatives before alluded to, and invited The standing in scholarship of members of the High School is as follows : Mary Armstrong 9*)    Willie A Morin...78 j needed. IO (treat merriment and laughter was occasioned by the appearance of a ; j company of Centennials, fid' wed ol<<->' Iv bv an old revolutionary soldier and 11 , • j his wife, snugly seated in a two win th J vehicle drawn by a yoke of oxen From thc length of inc horns, it was j edged they were of a century’s growth, j IF Fire works was display*d from a ' platform, and a few pieces had been , exhibited when by accident the whale , hit took fife and ended in one j display, causing th® operators to leap from their lofty p aition without further ceremony. The booming, buzzing, 3 j flaming light, aud the shooting of rock j ets in every dii cation,caused a stampede j among the multitude, and frightened horses and children, but fortunately no serious damage xvas done. Perhaps it was well thc ceremony s ; ended as it did, for in a few moments it commenced to rain, thus ending the the Centennial Celebration, which, on thc whole, was a good thing. three hundred persons bad aseenbicd. 'I ho programme was carried out very | saticfactotily The d* '^aration f»f independence was rear! by Dr. W. II Twiford ; the orals n delivered by Hun. J L Gibbs; lief Aken acted as chaplain, and music by the Templars choir, Miss Cora ll .Jon * at the organ, j The osmic was a perfect eweere, cs pectaiij the piece ** Let us Pray was rendered with such skill and pathos, as ( w mid hate done hooof to more noted •infers. i    'Ihe «r it ion wa- big Iv spoken r*f. which wa** [*iiOcipally bist ileal, c * nar.ng our [(iciest with that of i hundred years ago Our chaplain gave a short i I the close, p redicting that a hundred 1 venrs hence f ur last railr »d trains mill be considered elssny and slow. that we wilt then be able to navigate the sir. Jkr* I    After thc exercises at thc stand closed, the hundreds sat down to a j [ .enic dinner »nd enjoyed themselves as hungry people do. ■ We t*»en witnessed a "ame of bnse-] bail, b tween the Centennial club of this place, and Newry club resulting in the favor of the former. Sixty to thinx three, score. I had intended to write other matt* rs of interest, but my letter is long enough More an n. Farm Machinery! a • * W* OnarnTttH It Xc *1* Smit    . /aJorotliiT d«!e^« ti- i which    U Der*.    VI n fisr ttor It* in tlw . IL L. i'f.ucSIXO & C (.Chicane 31 J. D. CASE & CO.’S i.) I Cr V W M eon VMV Hard ira re-y TU* Ware, Stoves^ JuB Wt *BK AND LEIA ti; I NG FUNE Feat and Cheap! M f*- Elward Harvester, THE NEW COMBINED LE IDER REAPER WI) HOWER, th in LITTLE (,111 EFRAIN N a * * .imt for (e.me.wial rxniBiTioX!!! -ct. jc-a,. tlrraf ItMrrnafionn! HOWES SCALES; ANXJ MILLER BROS. WARRANTED* KNIVES Exhibition Or. - tn-.t Iltiii.J-ftlth JC pr* AND ««rc at BELOIT REAPER, MEADOW KING MOWER, ii.- of att THOMAS* HAY KAKE Yard on f it here -huh M: ar Kl *27; L THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Til II <: it KAT TK CNK I.INK 1776 EVERYBODY 1876 fast mail rdsti cf I’m rf } our Gi’11 mlm> I r.t rn J. tjor.il .Volire*. rand j    *s*XLh treats. A light wagon wiih tw. WILLI AM HAZEL FON. PWT THIE AMI LOW RITE!).TI MF. CARD -• ♦ — IN EFH rr may 2''lh :Milwaukee,De. 7:30 r. m.(iran 1 Haven,“ 5:15 a. mDetroit,Ar. I _:i*0 M.Bnf aith♦* Sk SO r. mN*n Yotk.• 10:30 a. m.Philadelphia,2:05 p si.Th*' Quitk r^l 11 tic** Lowest Rate.( rntrnnii.l Iii jmi, vt * nt tcl at Hie Maili eu t; <ra take pleasure in calling IiF-ir Neaii* ifjn! ".HOLIAN * HEED ORGAIT, tottering it to N* th** hr«t PAiiLOR i>U» ll I- S-. THAL OEGAH rraiiafar*u*-rdL Th* ^rnct-4 I; I- in th,- iu>,rTai«*nt aa®t inti an^ r>:i< (Hl with, th, ;Vi. «t .?-»*. an.I, ai n.i; Alin it^ ii til* im-. I r r*tl Bend rttaaaber pr. ' i.*« m w, j Mt, aii4| KITED STATES. SU PEIU4    CAS KH NEW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS, PITER WW IECEI7.U4R of t lanrt > gr^-ut fci.'ii- r. Its* Ira sun - h • (.runt! si; any have ■ Kxiiihiti »n (x-ncrra who I ti Et Man i of P.Bf]; X* ahint. hru*linl i j XV ■»! ti ut t’anaia ai.l tot k+Zik, . S Jrff * A aal' urn of ca bluet work. Tiio only I.inc Itiinninii lit ti* liiiihlinr*. 11 n train* at;]} tUiU- • an I 8-7 35 Joanna Dwyer...87A Lettie Eaton......79 Ashley EBickson80 Ada Filch.........SOA Et I a Greene........OI Harry Gatos......81 Susie Outwits.....80 Ida J Hyde........s.-, Willie C Hyde...83i (’I int on Luce .....80 Picnics.— While the crowd filled streets, houses, and groves, in and around Albert Lea, on the 4th, a number of private parties were made up and drove a distance from town, where they enjoyed fine picnics in grove* or-by thc lake side, thus passing a quiet and social time. Safe.—It is safe to say that no better Saleratus can be made than IL B. Pe-Ji ind k Co.’s Best Chemical. Besides, ii is lull we Phi. guests. Prayer, reading of the declaration, music, &c., completed the preliminary proceedings, when the orator, lion Ara Barton, was introduced, and opened ! Lora Lcvens OU his address by an appology ; stating that when the invitation reached him, he supposed it would be only a village celebration. Had he known that “ all creation ” was going to be present, he would have hesitated. We regret that thc crowded state of our columns prevent the publication of his very interesting speech. At the close of the prepared address. he made some supplementary remarks extemporaneously, which were highly humorous in their character. The lateness of the hour, confusion of firecrackers, and difficulty to make himself heard by the large audience, induced thc historical reader to clip from his address large and material portions, but it is published in complete form elsewhere. Judge Stacy then made a highly humorous address, giving the programme for the next Centennia! cele-bration, in which he indicated the future growth of tho county, by saying that two parks, of 40 acres each, one at St. Nicholas and the other near John Ruble s place, xvould be in the heart of thc city Carri® E Norton 88,’ Eva C Norton 8<J Emma Patrick...90 NelBe E Patrick 93 Nellie E Porter..90 Dora E Pratt 90 Emma Ruble 87 Kila Ruble........SO Carrie Ross......74T Willie C Ross 67 Stella Sutton 82 Willie ll TunclL.81 \ Jane Thorson 82 A Wannamakcr..76| L Wannamaker ..87 Mary E Wood...90 A T Whitman 88A C W. LEVENS, Principal. Boat Racing. The boat racing on the 4th was quite an interesting feature of thc day, and attracted crow Is to the bank of Fountain kike. FIRST RACE. Tho first prize of $5 OO, was won by Frank Parker and Joseph Hall The second, of $3 50, by Bird Patrick and Willie Uyde. Both of these crews managed their boats with admirable skill and elicited much applause for the “ muscle ” they displayed. SECOND RACE. This was for a Bingle purse of $4 OO. contested for by Kddic Crandall and John Hcising against George Heiling and Charlie Balch, which was won by the latter crew. Serviceable Team.—On Monday last a span of horses passed through here that had traveled in nine years 75,000 miles, or an average of FOO miles per week. They were finely matched and in splendid condition, never having been sick or lame a single day during the entire period. Wall Pater sorted wall paper, rocei 14tf Military Organization — On Die afternoon of thc 4th thc soldiers of the late war, some thirty in number,! Tcoeived and fbi sa ic by I 14if    ''•EDGE    *.\    Sp assembled at the court bouse and entered into a military organization, as an infantry company, and elected thc following officers : Capt.—T. J. Sheehan. 1st Lieut.—A. W. White. 2d Lieut.—Ole Peterson. It is designed to muster this Company in, by State authority, and procure arms, uniform, Ac. It was voted to recommend Angust Peterson, as Post Adjutant. After the organization, the company made a pa rade through sonm of our principal streets, Rd by martial music, and made a trood appearance. This make*’ the second company now organized in the county. Thc other being in the south part, of which N.I. Lowthian is Cup- BETWEEN MILWAUKEE PHILADEL- Wallpaper—Parti*® purchasing    PHIA,    i    •<W-Y wall paper of u* can have the same ./mf €lU M’oiilis Hast. trimmed free of charge.    )    —is via th*—    »rS»t« lilt    Wii.0**    Spicer. , G,.nnd II sn <*n Routi* the germ\N-AMERR' \N JI ml in- Detroit and Milwaukee R. R. ir7 n SC RANCK COMPANY, of St. Haul, has    AND    STEAMSHIP    USE. appointed A. T Brakie their agent for i      ;    < this County This is a good institution, j    Pound    Trip    Tickets on Sale    j    1 and farmers who are grievous puff crew    \t all i riuci jai prints in th» N rthw,-»t, from hail storms would do well in recuring j A( c    /«r<: tb**m>elves against losses this kind, by I    *    jj    c^,    fi.    „e    a^r a.t^ f applying to Mr. Brakke.    16tf    Depot    Miltnmukt*, GO,OOO rolls of ns- (1 Kv: f lr third EW- ken r stout : racks st* ne . Its awa f r firrvaU r d: i the contin*-i -H I its tKjnii <(♦* pretor-*! t -t f r Ch antal •na* r cars at short notice s? *r. late a’^jr ,-i*ra deman ttrces at the coinmaud of t . * m*»t j%rft-tt ar co mat i *] during th* ti {‘"7’Tbis is the only route l.nving Mil-Fine quality just ; Waukee for Its western terminus, ani i -I rates ar® always th® same from Milwaukee J lo the e.tst a** other lines quote from t lic-i-) go. thus protecting and identifying itself I with the interests of the great Northwest, I    27t3mo lr eh. tivp* and jam lent to fatty accum ie unequalled res* >mpauj a u a rant* • t •’o for all fs I .iii* D. The magnificent ut I at I 'aula Railroads s*»jf j traveler over its peri* J I in* ran:a of river, r. unequalled in Amene ■rue eating-**attorn* I A, cah< will Ii*- furnish' | time all* wed for enj Excundon Tk-ket-> | at all pruicijwl Baili I XX* 't, South-weld. He -hi rlkat * oar tiekrtsrrad * in the ti rent I P en ii-j H altin Haute to th*- t Titteunial. mruto, i The Haniscmest and Best —AT TUE— LOWEST PRICES: Bef- re Unviog an mf. ti r instrument at a tai*.. I -as i rice UN TIMI„ snte and ascertiuu Uh* pric«, f I a Mqpctior u« Full CASH. Min.-‘era, * hur«h«sv Teacher-. S*;h<- Is, Le ho- . A**, should -*--np f r prier ii at md cits-c* DEALERS will fir I it t their advantage to eiaznia# this Os-. iran. It h.»- ;t ; .-*v erne Hts fnund ta Ut* ottojr. ;    -,-ihle    t    arrie* wanted to haddie thw% intents ii*, .cry town. Curr-isp- adenia se-. /EOLIAN u ORGAN GO. WA<IRN (J TdN- X. +. Hirer# St abies*. Inst! cry for which fie Penmyl-i> et I* bratod present* to t ie r> adway, an ever-changing landscap e vie,’> l this line are tmsnrj ass.-j at • it iM»- hours and am;4r >ying them. at md iced rate*, will be e* id ad Off.ce* in the XV«*t, North- CITY LIVERY AN I*. BLOODED STOCK! Mr. J. C. Rood, on the farm of Mathias Cross and sickly children can be ma Ie healthy and strong by regulating their Nelson, near St. Nicholas, keep- ii full dtomachs and bownl* with Cantoria. It is in*(re of- I blooded, Short-Horn bull. Also tor sale I festive than factor Oil and is as pleasant to take as houoy. For Wind Colic, Sour Stomach, Worm* and Costiveness, there is nothing in existence equal to Cantoria. Why will you suffer from Rheumatism, sprains, Stiff Joints, Swellings,Burn", Scalds or XVink Back, when tho Centaur Liniment affords certain relief. Many articles soothe pail. to a certain extent but the Centaur Liniment cur*-*. The White Liniment is for tho human family, the Yellow Liniment is for horses and animals. Cotswald and Leicester bucks, and three Short-Horn calves. Farmers are invited to examine this stock. 2f]t 2* J. t\ ID MID, St. Nich lns. FRANK THOMPSON, General Manager. D. M BOYD,Jr., O 1.1 I’aaa’s Airt ut. tam. Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad and Steamship JJne. We call attention to thc advertisement of this favorite line of travel. T he managers claim that it is the shortest, quickest, cheapest, and most comfortable route leading east Its rates are always thc same from Milwaukee, that other lines charge from Chicago, and its time to New York, three hours quicker than any other. Persons taking this route both ways, to and from the Centennial, are spared 360 miles of dusty railway travel, and get in exchange IGO miles of lake travel, on one of the finest steamships on fresh water. A session of Congress was held in Independence H ill, Phildclphia,un thc Itll of July. A I) MI NIST RATO BS SALE OF REAL XJl ESTATE.—Pursuant to an order of license issued out of and under the seal of the Probate Court, for (lie county of Freeborn, State of Minnesota, dated April 28rh J878, the undersigned administrator of tlie estate of Daniel O’Connell, late of said county, deceased, will offer for sale at public auction, and sell to the highest bidder for cash, at thc residence of the undersigned, on the premises below described, in tlfb town of Hartland in said county, on Saturday, the 29th day of July, A. D. 1876, at IO o’clock in the forenoon of said day, the following described real estate, situate in said Freeborn county, State of Minnesota, to-wit : Thc south west quarter of the northwest quarter, and Lot No. one (I) in section No. fourteen (14) all in township No. one hundred and four (104) north, of range No. twenty-two (22) w*es*.. Which land will be sold subject lo all the right of dower or other interest of the widow of the said Daniel O’Coonell. Albert Lea, July 3, 1876. PATRICK SULLIVAN, Administrator of the estate of Daniel O’Connel, deceased. Lovely & Parker, Attorneys for Administrator    27’I FOR SALE. The DUNBAR PROPERTY in ITASCA. Good location for a small country store. Tull* Perter!. Term- Itmwafctf. P«me**>ioa Rivca Immediately Call at thc premises, or address CHARLES DI 5BAU, 1*114    Banks,    Faribault    Co., Minn. NKW muck! THE BEST QUALITY and LOW PRICES Parties wishing first-clasg Brick, and desiring to lake advantage of low* prices, will do well to call on M. T. RUSH FELDT, 25tf One mile north of Albert. Lea. *Yli turnery. MRS. JOHN STAGE, is receiving the Largest and Best SELECTED STOCK OF MILLINERY GOODS, EVER BROT:GUT INTO THIS MARKET. THESE HAVE BEEN Pl KCHASED ESPECIALLY To MEET THE WANTS OF Spring I Summer Trade Which will he sold cheaper t hanover before I HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR HUMAN HAIR, SALE STABLE. NEW ^Fx.-TrrKS. Ct BR FAG GU, * \ ESS £S. and KE LI A R L E ! lf' (IS $ 8L Ifirst-ebm Tqjqpufs. air lira ion able Ibices ? Corner of Bro* d way nu j- Clijuk at)C®L% b£rt Leo, Mi (va. Proprietor. I , , «»■.,— 0^1 ma , ■ III I UIL J1" mig Southern Minnesota fts IL Trnl^t Xwb* Uvfart*. and Gents’ Cham® from same made to oz der. Also Ladies’ Switches, and all other work in that line. G. T. GARONER, DEALER IN Flour & Feed, First door East of th© People’S StorE 37if    Albert Lea Mum , Sept. IC, 187o j AU of the very latest style® of MILL! NERY, and abn kb a CH EA PRST a» Mr®, Hic hard* Old St qr.-1. Cornea of Bro* way aud William street vHMXAy WEST*. j Leave EA CROSSE •A Rushford   ..... *.* Lanesboro, ............... *.• Fnufttain ......- *.» Spring Valley........ . | Arrive Ramsey   ...... t Leav® Rn rn sr v -......... ” ALBERT LEA........ I •« \N v 11 - . . . ... —..... -. -    - t Arrive Winnebago ........... GOING EASY* ! Leave Winnebago..........— Wens..........______ ” ALBERT LEA ! Leave Ramsey  ...... Spring V alii’y .. F ou n tai a **.* • * I Arrive Latxe-ihoro ............. . *4- J" Leave Lanesboro 7:0)5 A. A.9:21; • «Kk 23; • •urn AfHA® • •V. ll,.. luiO ML&<X> ll4r.20 «•6 05, lla.wo a. «.7;*'*t) • ®Hr'ak •I ll11:40 llJfiiM I*Eli I1:32 «•. 2:36 ii. 5; (JO iiMANKE LIBRARY r’XlEia TO ALiL who will return the bock j pi oinpif v. EuAUford... .. } Arrive LA CR(kSSR .....— ; Trains going    make cVo^c. co*neat-, iou.® at La Cra^a® wt> h train* on the MiK waukr®, C-hicago, aud At,. Paul Railway [ for Milwaukee. CKi^ago. aud all point* J Ea«t. Connect iou. at Ramsey with train* ; nu the C. M. A % P- Railway, for St; . Paul and all pujntj in lotto. Ne'hraska,and| Kansas    W t . YAN 1HVRN W ff Riitr,'*®.    ti. uerV    # * Gen*! Ticket Ai t,

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