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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - July 6, 1876, Albert Lea, Minnesota■P ■ SSI., J illf JIH,- ^ ,,AT I^APPKNEr TO THE IbuiY TI    ,    .     -.-ii    J    -- Efn-D1    rom™    the following Ftorv rfSk*' mishaps of a baby: - Lust Thursday, M uN^ ' J Uojce, of Woodstock, placed lieriTS^^Jjine months oid, in a baby cab stand ingonNdtepor-ttco. to w Ii ct*I it to the street. She Ie it fora moment and stepped into the house, when tho cab started, rolled four steps to tile driveway, across that and a pie ce of ground some ten or twelve rods in width to the banks of the CENTAUR, HTIMESTTS. awwieaw J. IP. Smith. JUST RECEIVED Co nnlwsn    )    I i S.*neatJj perfect arc the recipe* of these wondcr- t.jLeenee river, thence down a bank    *,    •    ,,    7, , n,,    ,,    ,    .    ,    .    .    . I    i-atn-no*,thing aud healing Centaur Liniments, some fifteen bet high into the river. The mother had started alter her, but was unable to catch up. She dashed into the liver and caught tin;* child, but Unit we can confidently nay they will aile vinic any pain arising from flesh, bone or muscle derangements. We do not pretend that they will mend a broken leg or exterminate boils, but even in being in deep water was obliged to let I    ““’T"    1"fl*n*“f'•**    »- ll*    i    ,    I    I    *“e pain. Nor eau we guarantee the proper A LARGE STOCK OF NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS! .HUSIC    TD Miss Mildred alsich.. pi Ain Farmers, Look at This! These windy day* when you go to town, ! r POLAND-CHINA PIGS! ^The undersigned will ii ive realty for delivery in Juno, pigs of pure blood, of this Ijfgat .Vatice*. you will do good to your if, if y OU go to t Ii e STATE OF MINNESOTA, County Freeborn, ss. District Court, Tenth ,    .    .    .    I    »***    jaiiu.    cor    eau    we    guarantee    the    proper £° j 10 ‘ : ,(* f o S:ive herself. J lie house- results where the body is poisoned by whisky. maid had t .Ii owed after, and reached Temperance is as necessary to a proper physical, aa the river in time to save the mother J he baby was carried by the current some lf) reds, when a gentleman who bad witnessed the affair reached the stream and secured the child.” IS a a hers. TUE HEE BORI COUTY DIA rn Tho*. II. ARMSTKONG, Hanker. ALBERT LF A......MINK. II. I). BROWN’S Oil in [ SUCCESSOR TO F. HAIL.] Established -    -    -    18G7. ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA A GENERAL RANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Rays Gold and Silver. Buys United States Ronds Buys Gold Drafts. Buys Mutilated Currency. Rolls Domestic Exchange. Sells Eehange on all the I*rineif a1 Cit ies of Europe. mental condition. The \Y bite Centaur Liniment is particularly adapted to all canes of Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuralgia, Erysipelas, Itch, Sprains, Chilblains, Cuts, Bruises, Stings, Poisons,Scalds,Sciatica,Weak Back, Pains iii the'?!des, Wounds, Weeping Sinews, H urns,Frosted Feet, Palsy, Ear-ache, Tooth-ache, Head ache, Ulcers, Old Sores, Broken Breasts,Sore Nipples, Sore Throat, Croup, Diphtheria, etc. The most of these the Centaur Liniment will cure; all of them it will benefit. It will extend the poison from bites and stings, and will cure bu rim mid Moulds is itll. .ut a scar. The following is but a sample of a thousand similar testimonials : 4( ,r    „    “    Antioch. III., Dee. I, 1«74. Wy wife has, for a long time, been a terrible sufferer from Rheumatism. She has tried many physicians and many remedies. The only thing which has given hor relief is Centaur Liniment. I am rejoiced to say this ha* cured her. * * * W. II. RINO, Postmaster.” It is an indisputable fact that the Centaur Liniments are performing cures never before effected by any pre] nration.iu oxistauce,—like Chronic Rheumatism of thirty your*’ stumliug, straightening fingers and joints which had been stiff for six years, taking the soreness from burns, Ae. One d ‘liar, or even fifty cents, invested in Centaur Liniment will be within reach when an occident occurs, anil will do more good than any amount of money j aid for medical attendance. When physicians are called they frequently use this Liniment, and of course charge several prices for it. The Yellow Centaur Liniment is adapted to the tough skin, muscles and flesh of tin animal creation. It effects upon severe cases of Spavin, Sweuey, Wind-Gall, Big-Head and roll-Evil, ar. little less than marvelous. Messrs. -J. McClure & Co., Druggists, cor. Elm and Front Sts., incinuati. O., say: “ In our neighborhood a number of teamsters are using the Centaur Liniment. They pr< inounee it sn}it>rior to anything th* y have ever used. We sell as iagh a- four to five dozen bottles in-r month to owners of horses and mules.” Me have volumes of testimonials describing cures of Sprains, Kicks Galls, Poll-Evil, Big-Head, and even rounders, which*are little less than marvels. I No owner of an animal can afford to lie without a j bottle of Centaur Liniment, which any day may prove worth twenty times its cost. Sold everywhere, hut prepared only at the Laboratory of J B. Rose & Co., Pi Dry St., New Yobk. LADIES’ SILK AND LACE TIES, COLLARS, CUFFS, RIBBONS, GLOVES, AND HOSE, LADIES* GAUZE A ESTS, REAL GUIPURE LACES, ALEXANDRE KID GLOVES L I N E N HANDKERCHIEFS GENTS’ ROWS, ACA, KC. ss T, from Wisconsin, having located here, has openen a class for INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC I ati'l invitesnn acquaintance with those who wish bisti notion. Also agent for RAV STATE ORGAN. Rooms at A. IL MMILLEN S Cif : FI \hj: I !>-1 ali.a I ami g'*t Feed! Feed! It. ROM'ULI Hot Coffee! for five celli: The place i* next Sinner & t 'n'*, -ti : • >r smith J. P. r sf ii. R i LBY'. $275.00 TWOWBEI import e<l P r O' I % < the ( lies making p bat * r YY h T IU I i j. A Very . raise I from Judicial DBtrict.—John Pm If MI i'k. n, the Ciosg with ira hie for T. IV I LEV Farmer. Ii miles mirth enrt tstaff. Plai against Gr*o. Davies anil    A. Or rom,    Defendant*. The    State of Minnesota,to the above-named defendants: Von, an t each of you, are hereby stimr lolled an I required to answer the eomnlxint »I LM ORE k CO , sncc« --OIS to Chip. man, Hosmer & Co., Solicitors. Patents procure I in all countries. NO FEES IN ADVANCE. No charge unless the patent is grant a I. No fees for making prelimin- m t Pallor Organ S J JtoL TD ill * WmT7~ est, DE YL AIS IS f s«*n< i*nl 31 (‘I'Clui iulis(%AUSTIN. VI - MINN.LAN ; i v i,7 I / [I \ I » u /Ik S s \LE.Improved or r nim pi*for Sale onl5GI Lon: *nrs» j0m^4 N Ssjjf Hi MHI safes VvCwt aarasraj rn\rr ly to '■ic’* I f I, Mina \\ v; J J \y ELTON, ar.I i, which has been filed in the ■ clk iii this Court at Albert I, v, an t to serve a conv ><( vo a r< A LL ii fees frr iring. By miaul* n *r. '< xiv A. at r to the sa i i eon. pl scribers at their (Alice iii born County, Mintietot day - after t be service of I you. exclusive of the day an I if you fall to within Hie time ufo th:-* action will t?.k** for Ten Hundred I dollars. and intermit from NoTembtsf lbi*>, at file rate of loper cent perm I Albert Lea. Ma t on the j herr Lea, F of a, within twi r (hi-- inmmens ti av of «uch sen isw cr the comp! aid, the Plaint if] % E »*t os ion* >ti its in rn apper-!s. Send rn oh! et of Ti .Mid LANS CASIS. USO Vt ARRANTS AMO S5R1P. (    i    Land    <    a    i    *    presented    before Land Office and Depart- U -Ii ll A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STAPLE PRY GOODS AND CLOTHING AT BOTTOM PRICES. Canvassers want ten cen:s for s-particalars. Au ii ZEB ( ill M \ t; at ELEVATOR No. 2. near the Depot, J having put in a til - 4 i OLAgc PAIN rn DOW1 *. New Feed Mil, I GO TO Til BLICK HILLS a T is now re a Iv to ae .. >? with FEED' IN ANV (, reasonable rates. late lite public V N 111 ». and at 8lf TP*, T I MUSTANG iMENT! JLI POUTY (• V Ii ii ii-.' r HE/1. ’FA, NO I s I d E elf if a 'Av 1000 SOLD LAST BEASON WITHOUT ONE FAILURE OR REJECTION This I* tho f.imous TI.s On;;.; mach!: o that hap •swept tho fi< It] ” and en at* I nut. bn: ic I .ii :i in the hade, by its matchlepi Grain-Saving and TisrSUv-INO principled. Alb IHM ^OUC Ti. SI KAS I ‘JAI A H E ANT) HOESE A ll. ■rn I “(6. 2117V OLICKrn I -I t hat t P I* of I •'son. deFret the J ■bom nMon day ofnext .uix moand I he the Pitrill reeeiveall f ** i X I ii out hpfor cm* lilt24 J O ] LOV ELY* n PA HK Ii !f Plaintiff’s Attorneys, Albert Lea, Mini (bent of r .MINING HOM J* 7 Intl <7 lime. > CREDIT! e estate of -in r! at- ffthc Prob ■ as fixed iii trf o fir- IL-EM i riOS CI. ti cis. an«l aries attended to. Land . and If-! a-re } i**ces for is n, th.A Ie. an i can be mc of th** [iirdiaser upon la: -I -tiEject to private cn-f exr.al value Semi niamp t of liii’rue- It pf HIH! prose Da- Good Only {Jo Cts. I fflisS»EpABD8^diVVIBRAT0R: Corsets THE fiEVJ 'A2i> —r 1;AJh Our stock of Groceries is complete. Choice YOUNG HYSON TE Y only Jo cts. TRV DOBBIN ’JS f. en Loans Money, DISCOUNTS NOTES, CASTORIA. ELEUTBIC SOA I* THU ENORMOUS WA Ta- Kith nth r ^ ,>f T! laipt .v J ll hin-, » |*- jf -J ,.t . -.1. f tbr FLAX, TIMOTHY liko - ■ I - a; * throe ca-ily it? I fire;! AN EXTIsJk PBI* ■Soda cl; la -I ! . ?IU IS TI1K WET cr: tidily th - CNL * Ma* VY AN a- or Cross, sickly babies and children n ay enjiw health, and motlier* have rent, if th* y will tide Cantoria. Worms, feverishness, teething, xviii«i ••olio, tour stomach, and undigested Cmd make ,,    _    ,    .    ,    «    ,    i    children    cross,    and    produce    sickness. Negotiates Comity, Towns up. an.! School c..t„ri. will «sluni.,e the District Jl©n<ls.    I    n*.,t    -n     . SAVES TIME, SAVES LABOR. SAVES KONEY. mkt* vt* 'n «7. <j I ALL GRAIN TIMU ti-1- \ si; h i 'll ,h .■ “ Ihi-k*--!-” . r- eat and correct all thew thing**. Fortwentv vear-t^iir Ch    j biU-lier experimented in his private practice to pro- j duce an effective Cathartic am! st,'mach regulator whi -Ii would be- a*- effective as ('astor Oil, with* tit INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DE- I its unpleasant taste orm-oiL POSITS. Collections receive energetic and prompt aiteutiuo 1 Hamittances inn tie daily. Charges are in accordance with (he cup tom of National Banks iii tJbisState. lh- reputation of his * xperiment extended, Physicians and nurses rapidly adopted his remedy. to which he gave the name of ('a»t«»ria. v. * asteria is a-, j> I enfant lo take a** honey, regulates the si 'mach and bowels, and does not gripe. It is adapted to all ages, contains no alcohol, and is absolutely barmie .* to the in .st tender infant. lr' ( ast >ria once, and you will never be without it. Prepared at the laboratory of J. B. Hose & Co. 4G Bey 8tn*et, New York. CHOICE PRUNES AND FEYLER PEACHES, VERY CHEAP. ly i* tail-. i troubled by j >fabnrn >u the I ; * • dor ars i wa Improvixl Tit VOUK SI Pon ra. \ md made . x TWQ STY I € 12 r ROOTS S SHOES Iv ^    led    *    ircuhur tty! ■•, Price AT TUE LOWEST PRICES. H. D. BP.0W1T, Banker. eepeecences. First N’jttional Bank. Austin, Minn. First National Bailli, hit. Paul. Thirl National Bauk, Chicago. Fourth Nat iou- a I Bank. New York A . J. BAIA’II, I Having rented the fine shop, formerly J used by A. Brown, is now prepare ! to do I all kinds of repairing, particularly in the line of M swap ;tld THE LIGHTEST-RUfiNIH n w. S >•. w* & WORLD Nichols, if a%. LA MUI The PLEASE GIVE MEA CALL J- \Y SMITH dumber I 'ant. C. L. COLEMAN S Th Ii LO: FAS UKE CO., 11 (‘it iFO. Domtitlr *’ Pb. VA a Wa (/ohs, §?r    iv hi es. YVIXC; vV: HOY BBS EXPRESS & DRAY LINE. 7.9. Robs, etc. Mood-work on plows, also painting Any and all jobs attended loon first call, i3onc to Order 2 nnd wirrantcd to give satisfaction. Leave orders on the blate at A. E. Johnson's store, Albert Lea, Minn. lumber st taler*: an J* s avenge dr eau! ma. MALLEKY KROS. Keep on hand Everything cheap and on short notice. Hard & Soft Coal, Give Him a ScnsoiHql 'W’ootl! Orders left on the slate at J. \Y. Emit Ii* s promptly attended to. Albert Lea, Minn.    ltf ALBERT LEA A. II. Kqriv.n.    G.    II.    Babbitt SQUIER & BABBITT. Rest aurant! CITY EXPRESS & DRAY LINE. ^ q.. hansom Deals in BARD and SOFT COAL.    -L^ .Msg Seasoned Wood. Orders left on the slate at Lincoln Bros. I attended to at once Keeps the first class Restaurant of the Town, having in connection with it a fine Mortgage foreclosure sale — Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage executed by Ole Iver- ' son aud Gunter Iverson his wife, mort- I gagors. to Sand ford Tonner, mortgagee, I dated July 7. a i>. 1874, and duly record- I ed In the ofiiee of Register of Deeds in an I ■ f-r  .......*      ;;;;    SH    ALL    I'itOFIIS    IMI    (JI    ll.'h    SILES DINING DOOM, where day board can be had at reasonable rates ! HE ALSO KEEPS THE BEST STOCK OF CANDIES. FRUITS, (green and dry) SHOW-CASE NOTIONS. GROCERIES, TEAS,    Act’. found in this part of the State. on tin* 7th day of July, a. in 1*74, in Book ) K of Mortgag- s, un page I’4 The premises 1 conveyed by sui i mortgage are situated iii Aaid county of Freeborn, State of Minne- j sot a, aud described ti r- follows, to-wit: j Government lot No. two (2) in section No. i • nn* (I) in township No. On* Hundred I is Ii i < motto. Broad wax, opposite the Post cilice, Alb it Lea, Minn.    Jtiyl YAR 13 IS?, AT ALBERT LEA AKO ALDEN. Every description of PIKE LE MR ER, INCLUDING FENCING, FLOORING, DIMENSIONS BOARDS, CLEAR LUMBER, SIDING, SHINGLES, LATM. DOORS SASH, SHEETING PAPER, PICKETS, &C\, re. •9 NI A V \ \ Constantly on hand, and for sale at the Lowest Mal l et Price WI I ; COPS SANS. AS X I v IlibSSr    :■?.    Al    i IA * U    ”    •    T    I > -          —-    . -‘-jrixt. PSA I /V    -y. s#"sS irf. lr * t A- ' \ - a.    . S' C-i&WWW. v ' Pl 1 ■?* » - r 2 --__ '2_' ired Timber FOR FRAMES,AC., FILLED TO ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE W. H. PLACE, $16 per Acre Irnpi ovecIFarm ji| ~ a urv iii vth Ii • -"PSSI Ii t>X *- ■*    S3.    i •rn fcr. i§ £ % Unite' : in Fr YI •% Si bi ! living springs. G AGENT, Albert Le. J. F. REPPY. AG ENT, AJdnn.Min S’or £Si3Llo. Fine farm of IGO acres ; 1( I ,,c*r* > now plowed ready for crop; tame mmdotc: d it n r tx — T. For Sale, Two hundred and forty acres of excel- ,    ,    ...    I    .    v-    u    Mimvii    cl    .-tnu    luny aci es oi excet- i« tbit wo ii-, tmrtliu* range No.twenty-lwo ]ent farming land, with about do acres (■_*-), contain.ng. according to government unjer cultivation: good well of water- VII I*VOX* . I Si I. Iii!) um*/*c    Iiovit ic nlomii.d i *    .    r*    ' ,    c-    I* i m i I    villi i \ «ii ion • iroou well 01 water: ttfvcy ,!i80-KK|,cks. j here is cl.inntd ,|,out    mettt of y,mMg th.if,,, timber. it fir* . * I I f* o lid I -    I    i    I    *\    /-.ti    i*ui<i    tonei    .....    * to be due, and is due, on said mortgage ut the date of this notice the sum of two hundred nine and <»d-!o() dollars and no action or preceeding at law has been instituted to recover the H ime. or any part thereof. Now. therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sab contained in said mortgage, which ! as become operative by reason of the delimit aforesaid, and pursuant to the statute iti such case made and provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed bv sale of the mortgaged premises above described, at public auctn n, by the Sheriff of said Freeborn county, at tho front door of the court h-.u^e, ju Albert Lea. in said County, on Saturday, the lith day of August a. p. J87C, fit IO- o'clock a m, to satisfy the an.or,ut that slut ll then be due on 'aid mortgage debt, together v;irh the sum of twenty-five dollars, stipulated in said mortgage to be paid ifs an attorney fee in case of a Tercel. m e thereof, which is claimed as a part of the debt secured by said mortgage, beside- the costs and expenses allowed by law. Dated June *24th. a. rn 1870. 78 ANL FO K ii T A N N E R, Mortgagee. Rn vt I- & Parker.    , _ A*tornev-» for Mortgagee    2>i> This property is within FIVE MILES OK ALLERT LEA, and is composed of a 160-acre tract cornering on an 80. Will be sold SEPARATELY GR TOGETHER, according t j the wish of purchaser Apply to JOHN MURTAUGH, I (Md Bust Office, Albert Lea, Minn. FJthkI around the i*. .'•(abies, c.    - with daily mail. w    v ; School    house Rio yard-; from J;t.- door. j AI >eit    I.ca in full view, J , miles distant,    renorkilile    iiitru j irb *rc    cv( ry thing Hint heart eau u ieit is j for salt, cr* / * trhit! v. WEI GE A II IE, US, Agents, 4-    I ■ -*>- ■ • UC' I bv Sj tx: Free I rt >u I J, B. t.ltlNNElJj, Recd very Ma reb 1*2, I c7f>. , ,    ...    5    possess    capacities    for    musical    effects    and    errrcssioo r.'ver befire attained Aoaptc-.. for Amal* urtmd I’rcf Aonsl, and .rn. ornament in any ; r: r. t Siiltfll ITur Styli* ZZ* ready GEO. WOODS Sc CO., Carnb'idgeport, Mass. I    A BUROO SIS J    «CS WaakloyteuSiM Cyton; KOU::*, st.,I } i rn »; IG Ludcate Hill, Txmdon. .rt Lea, Mira. , jjg yp| HJJHAHA tASlwi"™    VJ’“W' iecte . music. GEO. WOODfi it w J-, Pub to $3 worth .it. t lins from Can!'r.dgeport, Mass, ALBERT LEA IE0N FOTHTDUY Machine SiiopS PLATFORM SCALES. I ANNING MILLS. MILK SAFES. Through Line North & South In connection with the Chicago, Milvvnukj and St. Paul, and St. Louis. KaUi City, and ' Northern Railway** to,all points in CENTRAL IOWA, MISSOURI AND THE SOUTHWEST. Passexgkrs for St. Louis, Kansas City. St. Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Keokuk, Quincy, and all points South and Southwest, should purchase tickets via. this route. DIRECT CONNECTION WITH EAST and WEST ROADS for ( hicago, Rock Island, Burlington, Omaha, t’ouncil Bluffs, and all points East and West, unequaled by any other route TWO PASSENGER TRAINS Daily each way, fully equipped for (lie comfort and safety of the traveling public. CUPON TICKETS UPON THIS Ic* DIVERGING LINES Ou Sale at all Principal Stations. MC L'OHMIC KAS ADVANCE COV KS JzlJD-%7'WLX^TTOJEE? i    Si ii    p. by the Sheriff of .« the front do >r of Rage of Albert Lea. in said cot;nrv etaie. en the 26*1 .J tx ofJ'.dv. \. t>. ls7*>, at ll) o’clock a. x. of that dav. >ttb-ject to re*lemption at any time within one yea? lroiti the nay of safe, n< i rovided by law. Dated, June S. r*. ]S7t*. HORACE I). ( LARK, .Mortgagee. II Rkekmcr, Attorney for Mortgagee, Albert Lea. Minnesota.    2    4*7 levy LI KS * y ii Gri on I h Gene i Sixty fnSSP-> Vt fk9w, SPIiris SXT? J / ai Kl mi o < H mercantile College. Keokuk, Iowa, ss insipid    Prof. Wm. I!    Miller, Jauager. Nineteenth year. About ars pay all expenses for Membership, Board, and Stationery. Bo«*kkeeper5. Penmen, Reporters, Operators, Architects, Sitrv *yors, and Teacher* thoroiigly fitted. English branches tree. Free Lictures bv Eminent    Orators.    F’roe Festivals    with Brass Band in College Hall Free Fur nishcd rooms for self-boa rd big. Telegraphing free.    8hort hail    I writing .rte.    (too*I boarding    clubs, and    faintly board.    Rail road fare deducted. Immense business in Keokuk. No vacation. Address BavHee ( oil* ge, Keokuk, iowa. 8tate where you saw this advertisement.    24yl    *’ ARREARS OF PAY ANO COUNTY, hic TS. - etand > of the lata ' r* ,,r bifir heirs, ar in : s iny cases en• ‘/J''! r ’ ;    y (r' ■    * :,r‘ Govrnsiient af \ :"'i r ’T -Vf> '• :.n*.wl.-dge, VYi iro full ■ *fi 1 V <•* ■*<•* vice. and st **e amount of pay :    ■*•>* r• ce:vod I riclose stamp t»> * :    L L k '    > . ami a fit:reply, after na non .non. will be -riven you free. PENSIONS. - c onn 1-: *:e war, •iou by X Co. bo-* the I nr?e«i ; uc Scrith^ i rt n !>< pi it of * nr >te bur«ai ►en less i* conder charge cm r I ‘J f ed ’ n fo a1? K s cry. \n -ic. Wj I YOU WANT 111*. I U ll Iii JI HU Im i IU! You should buy of the ATGHBISSN, TOPEKA, AID S ANTA TI R. R. IO. to »r * The •: OJI U suj »r- •n'B Year* U'tl> SUKM ii -t %gt it \i« M vv esier . Tole s. ( in jr. Tor • ■ -•***» W*«b t • c- i *■ c o *. Don - I VHI 11.1 * u! I bn AI LYV A it li er Pitts kake !i th tm nu c ll \ V In Gds road. g ti*cay ca; or Chiral •r >Icepri }**>rs on th points arci INB re ut vrrong roe OFFF.REL or \>r ' - i J \ > MIC are n J": Ii' k and gi a it.11, reek apd in ‘awing re "rn a* iingingrara. W*# ak- s. Miller’s p» I* RI NNI 'TATES. road. this T f irilitJ. HIU til it ai; b ny a: GUE J (/(Hi n>i!es > f lie frav# d t ANNli Al! ti v t ;e ii to. it you wish od;ilions, y un vs ii route, and will t MARVIN HUGHITT, General Fun**! inter-dent V II .STENNETT, "i 1    '»(***!•••«:    I’a.'-pli-cr    A—rill CHICAGO MILWAUKEE Al ST. PAL RAILWAY, IS THE VI ny BEM' iiOUTF TO For CHICAGO, NKW YORK, NEW ENGLAND. THE CAN; DA ALL EASTERN t SOUTHERN BCIN It is th** en Iv Xnrth**-.- t*»rii I tty Nor » Chi* as -rt Un*-! th refi-1 r of Rh- u ..    ,    ,    To    avoid    inconvenience of lay over and Manufactured, and tho MOST PERFECT i slow time, .^ee that your tickets read via. to be found in Market 61 «♦    i    .*    i-    * rates. Salo on Timo. TTO 8PAN OF HO I* 8 ES. A FEW ACRES OF HEAVY TIMBER A Quantity of Choice I imothy Feed. All ut reduced ALL KINDS OF GAST! HOS FURNISHED this line, and accept no other. A. RUSSELL. Gen’l. Tassg’r. & Ticket Ag’t. 'mm    Money    to    lonn    i    -—    u    : : on long or short tinTe. in qnanritiee to sui* i and repairs upon Machinery done to order bot re vv en I LU ti F. JONES, J. .MEI Geneva, Minn. 17125. Founder}* near the Depot Albeit Lea, Minu. BLANKS OF ALL KINDL P a-. &v« bsSiC<SeZ:<C*&$ift&s*.'v'?- s5->' ■ I Madison Dispensary, freer n. II* r-< rati* ;*• city *•• natantly ( HI* AUO elf A Of » Mri/u *• SFK Pkp* at* r .Strf*♦»*.*,    If, e <'*mnee(ii»s nth any of the -leat El a. im the »*,.-a* rttTr&M' • to re* cfi n|f al y Dfj -- ttx that city. eft    Went    ll    atli !*t»g* luiea for xii j ort# 51 and CU * lark st. mer th ^,| and Se: s-' v:: . if t.mwit* Cnf .»»*• ?■ if,. A DV AI7 CL '4*4 S-'T t I “•IC* is mkM »3 82 W. Madison St., Chicago, rotrxDSD or _ x> TI. c. BIGELOW, Who It a regular rr*<laat*cf MwUevl Ct>v.»s-\    tone. iKtan* IJ : .la q a11 i •et  tm /rn .    s.-    rn    wm    '    *    •    •»    »    ‘    *-    ’    »    MWI    VO.WfTa    IO    TIE* *r    ta    the    trmtmcnt    rf    at!    VK    MI    HK    \L,    SKXl'AL    aud !LY Til Roue. h line letwkuv a CHRONIC M9BAMB than .bt ofhrr ^“.leteM^tn‘Chi«»    aa ratlrfll    -T ' '    1    W    '    >N .G«*('K1RII<E6®l‘**T :}tR,cTr«*-^ NNLAFOLiS, ST. PALL, MtLWALKCE A ■ **i, n Eli\ IA. It.I I rInarr diaaito»    £ % v • • v llH‘n«eo, SI 'ZZ •    «* a rf. S . I RU I I KE, U1H ll- ITIS, HLKNl \. *;i Crtun dUmiiee, or mrrccrOI •ITrotloi,* •r*M« ifcront, Ola or boar*, tmr^t with BBpsralWiedWceew, i    *cl*utltic    priaeqlet    is bait Uke uaual Us.e, »afe!y, ^ri- ««r*L DEmLirr and taro- THROUGH PALATE SLEEPING CARI Taal, a, is th; re ;U of self abuse in Tooth. sexual eaters**-* In    *    ' ■aa lurer Tears, or ether causes, which produce scat’ of the IM-    ANI)    DYY    I    (ill'll lowipf efrosts: Nervousness, seoiirual missions. dehiUty, inn-    *    -u    *’ ne*’of sijtht. def-ctiro memnrr, piosples on the fa.-e, sermon      — :    P°w*r'    Me.,    rendering    MAKKI AUK    With all th** Re t „ j „ • * IM PRO!'KR. ar; permanently eared. Pamphlet (36 pates) re- .    ,    ut    rn    lmprnTFtnentr far ca iNtinjf to tins Rbovt*. rem lo letlel iopes, for two 3-cfnt    **Ilu I tU.i*itdnt    With Mi t i I nil p*Mt;*ee stamps, Cauultausa ttofiee sr b; auil iarltctL Ilia    hollar ' ©pinion given free. Rooms separate for ladies and featUmea. Cures I saran ired. *ul irs ck. rats lir CoDSlantly un baud aud for sale at t.'.LOilict (JI Fci Sale 103r    "5na7‘. cr0Z7i:a>TS02.'T, afxlloeet Ls MARRIAGE GUIDE, OR SEXUAL PATHOLOGY. Tine Ie aa uitsrrsf.se work et two (madrid Urie sirs pssst, rn® I tMUn Ta. u aba loft rn, vtioa f**r th ors aho sr* msrriTtt. sr era to a* rut* m*-Tt*e». IS mataias Us* etferenr* sod sdriee of aphTStetaa sh*** rsputatioa is wsel+sriJ-. sad sboald W ia th* rrirsts in- >r *f stere mail a t fsM« la Its..,,    aw. .aas.  —.sa    .    -    -    * T V H. CARPENTER, Genera! VOsscnoer ami Ticket Ajcent.aalu»«M S. a. MERRILL, JNK. C. GAULT G<nl Mox '.rcp.    An’t    Gen    Li.ni IVX. rC. GHATTAIJ nci-al _y. s 5 _    .    ,       *    "■*    *    —"    •*    v*.s    V    '.r    i    **r OI etc-I *,ff“Hi*U!    Lf**™    *    11    •tobri    »*    tTfrvt.Ynt tm - ------ ---- -?*- — — '    a*v-*pw.    «•    va*ut ir?» vTi-rvuuiii w *ub,ecl ^ th#    system    that    it    worth    knowing,    un mmrh that ta w«t mi b Bsh cl m aer wtb#r wr»rh. rrww, Fifty Cm**. A.arras    9 ad Iran UUpeitsary, a lf    .    I    Amay    o.l*^ HOW EQS LEVYING MACHINES at IL Ii. M*.INN ER kin1

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