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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - June 29, 1876, Albert Lea, Minnesota Pi a1 omUy Standard AUii'lV! LUA, MINN., J I' N K IT*. lt»71, lb C. larker, - -~ -~TT ;~Mlt<>-r KEPI BLH AX XOM I VA!IONS For President, U. I] U AV KS, 0f Ohio. For \ ice-President, Wm. A. WHEELER, of New York. For Presidential Electors, C K. DAVIS, et' Ramsey county STEPHEN MILLER, of Nobles county. A. J. EDGERTON, of Dod^e county. A. lj b I NSL! ii, ot Goodhue eouatv. HANS MATTSON, of Meeke rcounty. [Special Correspondence of Standard.} WASHINGTON LEITE®. Cabl Scil L uz and Ii Gratz Brown will take the .stump fW Haves aud Wheeler during the campman. Iu things don t look “ liayesy ” to the Democrats about the first of November,then we are no weather prophet, thai'* all ! THE estimate of population in Chicago,made upon the new directory, just published, skives 540,000. an increase of 25.000 over last year. The President has issued a proclamation recommending special religious cervices on this Centennial Anniversary of our national independence. ... ■      _ ■ A, T. Ii KISSI no, one of the most prominent German politicians of Chicago, has been sentenced to two years %imprisonment in the county jail, besides *a heavy fine, for complicity in whisky frauds. Washington, June 15th, 1870, EQ L A LI /.ATI ON’ BO U N TY. lite passage by the House, of the Equalization. Bounty Bill,* furnishes another instance of the hypocrisy and duplicity animating the Ku-Klux Rep resell tat Ives of Northern and Southern Democracy, in their desperate race for success next November. It, is practically the same measure that passed the House in 1875, against, the strenuous opposition of many of the same members of that party, who have made themselves prominent this seesiou, by their inconsistent advocacy of it, as an act of justice to our gallant June Session, County Board. Mon way, June 19, 1876. The Board of County Commissioners met st the Auditor’s office, June 19, 1876 All the members present, except W. N. Gozlee. The following bills w;*re allowed : D R P llibbs, justice fees, State vs. Melder and Jones.......................$3    0f> Hails Nelson, witness fees, Bancroft vs. County Commissioners............ I    OO M Grlaager, abstract of final land entries to April I, 1870.................. I    97, Hails Peterson, juror tees, Donovan vs. County Commissioners............ ‘*6 T J Th oft, juror fees, two cases road appeal..................................... I    OC Stephen Cross, for return of births and deaths from Mansfield ........... 3    60 Wm Edwards, justice tees, State vs. C Christianson........................... Rebecca Lampson, witness fees State k vs. Ole Larson........................... I O S Lanipscn, witness fees, State vs | Ole Larson ................................ j Wai Hodgena, witness fees, State vs. Ole Larson 4 OO 2 90 2 OO 2 80 I OO soldiers.’ These'sa mo “gallant soldiers were represented by a score or more of XI llessenger, juror fees, State vs. <’. maimed comrades, in and around the (^J>,8tian80n-; • •................. •,    IL-.    i Dammer, witness fees, State vs. House, at the beginning of the present •    Ole Larson................................ *j    % session, and by a strictly party di&tri ! Joh* Nelsou* illrJ State vs. <’ ,    .    Christianson.............................. I    is billion of patronage, every one of them Jacob Larson, Deputy Sheriff fees were removed, by the insolent defend-    antl disbursement*.....................32    f,o ___ £* .I a\    „    .    . . ,    J Ladson, boarding printers, &c 31 56 ersof the lost cause, with indecent x J Sheehan, 8beriff fees an i distaste, and their places filled, in many |    bursemenU.  ........................17    55 •    ,    1    ,    _    GG Manning, witness fees. State vs. instances, by vulgar, arrogant ruffians, |    q l Jones...............................  0    GS whose only recommendation was their ; Olaf Halverson, watching the body of Ole Leifson, and furnishing team.. 6 OO The Board passed the fellowing resolu tion swj section 23, town 102, range 22, to $200; sej nw} md ne} aw J section 29, town 103, range 22, to $50; J**} ne-} sqc- I tion 19. town 104, range 22, to $100; nvv} i nw} section 7, town 102, range 23, to $2ww and to abate the tax of 1875 proportionally, except State taxes Thomas Cushman asked to have a tux of I 1800 on w} aw} section 30, town 104, range '9, struck from the tax sale record, , because carried upon the tax book for 1*00 : after the Treasurer bad made his collections for that year in his town. On motion, t!ie Hoard directed the Auditor to strike off 1 he tax. John A Burdick made application for I Ju mnst attend ti. State and county bounty on two acre* of1 boy forest ti- es planted in May, 1873, on \ TARR IWS section 21, town 1<)2, range 23, and the A unlit or presented his papers filed May I, 1870. On motion, the Board declared him entitled to bounty, and directed iheAuditor to draw an order for $1 in favor of Mr. Burdick on the county fund. On motion, the Board adjourned to meet ut I o'clock p. m. JS'eic .IJ vert I se ai eats. There will l*e many, who resorted to ti.** faaii- ioiiahl*- min- nil Suring* irs t»y-y m* jew, wh*M not drink it, c* I good PLila<l*-I| * i.i. A W« it tli> ta to loofa this year, aw eiitennial. We advise such to HELTZER A LLKI ENT. rum it, eave money, aud vir.t d to the wii»«s is *u:!:<-k-uft. $12 a day at borne. Af/.-nt* wanted. Outfit A terms fm*. THI I, h Of}., Augusta, Me. An English physician declares that tho discus* now desolating Mesopotamia is the veritable plague. Its ravages have decreased with a rise of temperature, which is said to prove conclusive Jy the nature of the malady. Bit RING seven years’ administration of President Grant there have been twenty five changes in the Cabinet. This is said to be without precedent in any administration since the formation of the Government. active participation in the late war on the rebel side. or their well known tion: sympathies in that direction The bill gives eight and one third dollars per month to every private And non-com rn is It is hereby resolved by the Board of County Commissioners of Freeborn ('ounty, that tile delinquent tax Ii-?t for tax of 1875, Ne published as required by section i    ,    1    112, I aw g of 1875,    in the Albert Lea    Enter- stoned officer    ; to every sudor    and    urn-    ;    prUc. .hat paper    making .he    bid. fine, and to    Indians, enlisted    between    ■    XL: motion, the    Board adjourned    to-rn or- April 12, lSbl, and XI ay 9, 18G5,    de ducting all Stale and United States bounties received. Men discharged at their own request, except for disability, f >r purposes of re enlistment, or to receive promotion, ate excluded from the bill. It provides for secondary proof ot honorable discharge, where the dis- row at 8 o'clock a. m. SECOND An exchange says, Rutherford B. Hayes was tile successful Republican DAYS PROCEEDINGS. TutiDAT, June 20, 1870. The Board met pursuant to adjournment. All but Commissioner Gozlee present. The minutes of the preceding day read, corrected, end approved. In the matter of the petition ofC. Xii cli* nelson for damages caused by a conn J    j    JoLi. G *! ii ’ r-'iur 'r^s'inuu ' road crossing the n*} section 28, town 103,    j    j jj Smith range 21, the committee to whom the view j u V . p ”.....*.*......"........... charge    certificate    hasbeen lost, and J wo* submitlCH recommended that the coun-    , , ,r J. ’ Jwr< r Jpscifie*    that    all    applications must    be    0 Par P*‘d MicUaeleon ilir*. biiu liiJil I-!    z    K Ma’Wrf' wkneT. f7-, 1 r    bu s damages, as asked for in his nj pl lea- 1 One O’clock P. M. I he Board met pursuant to adjournment. All present except Mr. Oolite. I he following bills were allowed : Lurker & Botsford, $172 8.5, fur printing and stationery for county. allowed, less $3 for advt Hieing the proceedings of the assessor A meeting  .....................$ioq    $5 E D Martin, for bringing Pugh from Preston, and attending before the Commissioner in the Sbenben investigation ...............................r    j    00 A W Horner, returning births from Pickerel Lake,    1875.................... 3    25    ’ M ILtlvorsen, printing and blauks for the county..,..............................]r    15 R ll Spicer, services u9 Court Commissioner..................................]j>    00 J I, ll iag, w »rk nu court house vat 1-13    (si Ole Tang, juror fet LoA- ii ............ Alex McNeil, juror Ole L» if-on....... F Vt !>arid w. n it ne Ricii.ti tson........................... M M Dodge, XI. IL, postmortem ex- n ruination on Ob1 Leifson............. Ilans I lid;, hi. jai or fees, Stale \-. C I ’liiisfcnson................................ Abs Nolle, witness ices State vs. Walter Burke.. *.................... Ab ‘ CW Lang, juror fees State vs. (' ChiJ*Hanson.............................. ] I. tza Larson, witues E T Kj Solid -TWoctltla.2!! 9 DOO, OCK) IN 4.1 LTS* Grandest Scheme Ever Presented to the Public I A FO KT TMF. FOK ONI.! M2! TBF, KENTUCKY CASH DISTRIBUTION COMPANY, authorized by it f {-* < !al act of the Kentucky Log) blatti re, for th* beiu-fit f the PUBLIC SCHOOLS OL LR.\NKL(HRT, will have the fir»t of their seneg t»f Grand Lrawioga •* Majhb JI vm., iu the City of Frankfort, Ky., cm THUKHDAY, AUO. 31, 1hT6, oil whii ii »>cr^i-.,t ii thev will Ut-tribute to the tit-’.. t-L. M.m til - in.meca. sum «,f 8000,000 THUS. P. I’OBTER, F.x-Gov. Ky., Qenl Manager. PcMitivrfy 1.0 Foot pooeoMnt. LIST GF GII TS; One frrand « aah r'ift   .......... Due grand ea*»h gift  ......... One grand ca*h toft........... ...... inquest on (He fees inqn st on s ft's State vt*. I OO I OO I IM 6 OO I OO I OR 1100/100 ..  ................ fib,OUK ...............  ...    35,0)10 ..................... WJOO ..................... 10JJ00 ...................... 5,000 $10,000 each........... 50,UGO 500 raeh........... Wi.WMI H* each........... 40 (»fO SUO t-arh........... 30,000 2‘leach........... to/mo Iud ‘.ach.........  fri.wcio IS*-uh........... lJu.000 t-, Ail c »*h............ 000,000 OF TH KI;Tn I ll*'.v. -, $-»;    Quart*-!-*, $3 ;    0 i, •!)*>:'    T.    , I n k- •    $ * JO;    ♦*• \ Th keta, IMO; %'t ^ Ticki-ta,    luU,OU#    Ticket*    at    $13 each. Berntttanrn* can ! Pot thee Mi my <*rd< j ay a UU f    K I.NTLI TIGS ( D ill V N \ . AU c Uiinu!.    -ati.-u • eosmrcted with    the dintribu- t. a, aud    untera for Tick. -*, lad    a;    j-l:<-aLi> ua of Agent* to im Ii T.rk* is, should l»- addre«*ed to Ile• . Tho-. P. POKTI.lt, ti, mi a1 >Iivi<uuer,l taakfort, Ky. One graud rash One graii'l rash One pTaud ca—L 50 t ash gilt KG < a»«h gift loot-tmh gift IOU <'ash gdh ‘JOO) ash gift! 600 Cash gift) JO,Oui) Ca-!, gift Tr ial, 11,156 (iii l*K IIT Whole Tu ts, *e, ftl> ; Tii-k. ts. $lo" ; SU r ad*- by V    Draft, ri-r lh gist* red Letter, made hi I ASH DlvrKIIH - tafc va. Till: NEW - MILITARY Lincoln Krolhcrti. XANTIPPE. It stems that the memory of this woman, like thai of her renowned husband, is likely to be kept alive to the end cf time. She is said to have possessed a very irritable temper, and her name has become a synonym of “ vixen ’ or “ scold.” It is more than possible, however, that the judgment pn*Med upon her by mankind has been too severe. A more charitable disposition would undoubtedly hare discovered in her many good qualities, ami have attributed her failings more to bitter disappointment than moral obloquy. The party most intimately connected with her, and therefore best able to form a correct opinion, gives her credit for many domestic virtues. It is well known that many of the dUappiint-ments to which women are subjected, have a direct tendency to render them irritable, peevish, an I cross. Ii is fair to infer that most of the tantrums of Nantippe were due to disappointment alone; and could Socrates, as he returned from the Senate, the Gymnasium, or the Atheneum, have slopped at Lincoln Brothers, arid bought and carried home one of their handsome prints, or a can of Calif jrnia pears, now and then, no doubt he might have evaded celure.” allayed many a made it much pleasanter and more enjoyable for ed his wife’s name from the unenviable, world wide, abd eternal notoriety it has attained. It. It. Skinner' Co. k\RPETS! WETS!! New and. Hovel. many a “ curtain *• domestic broil,’ for the children himself, and reset 1 R. B. SKINNER A CO., HAVE A NKW IDEA IN THE WAY OF SELLING CARPETS UY THE USE OF THE PATENT CARPET EXHIBITOR, Whereby IJ ejr can show a strukof FIFTY pieces of Carpet, giving as good a choice as can be got in Chicago. «’all and awa j the animal, and gel a nice Carpet cut att I fitted to your room, made up for five cents per yard extia. READYMADE CLOTHING made within five years from tile passage of the act. It prohibits claim from on tate vs. Hate w I OO I 0 I 12 , c st>. I’rtinion*. : I USM U. b \ OK Ii AGENCY, ftirid- •1 d)**ra igUUv f af# ll# in//, Tosh* mmmmm    ^ JET. JEU , «r>* nf pay aud i .UU. I/•item H. s- HOLL, j et vt, N* w Yt»rx j agents receiving O a greater compensation for their services, than ten per    cent of the amount collected, candidate    for Govern* r in tile three j    No two    appear able    to a*;ree as to the most hotly    contested    gubernatorial can-    amo»nt    ut money it    will r«. juirs so sat- masses that Ohio has ever w itnessed, I ibly lfee ®lai®8 ,eira1^ arisin? under th® presented. ,  .....,    ________ nr* rv„    T    ll    !acti and there appears to be quite as proved the bond and accept s*l the surd ami no Democratic    Journal has ever    „rr..,r .    j;™; V ..... . ,t... I 1 t«... r..n ».n*..... ‘    u    ...... tion, and the County Board sustained sai ! action and directed the County Auditor to issue to said Michaeison nn order on the county fund for three hundred dollars. C Ransom’s bill tor trees plumed in the our! house yard, $1 i 50,allowed. M Ile!verson’s bomi for j roper publication of delinquent tax list for 1875 tax. iii the sum ot three hundred dollars, with M elson un i H P. Sergeant suretiea, ! On mo*.ion, the Boud sp- witnes b Burke  ...... I! em a n Lhtckrner, $31 80, for taking testimony on inquest of J ll Smith, allowed, less $6......................... J I re sh aug, services as Coroner in ease of tile Leifs*.n and J II Saaith.. tde Larson, witt.- s, fees $t*u* vs Martin J Owens................ I!str:: n Rice, witness fees Hate vs. I OC 16 BO PRUS SING’S \\ hr be er to fr great a diversity of opinion as to the dared to make a charge against his per- probable fate that awaits it in the Sen tonal character or official integrity. M'Kic Hayes, the wife of the “ next President,” is a Kentucky lady, who by her own act emancipated her slaves She is a lady* in every souse of the ate. and of tile President’s disposition towards it. Ail agree that a great injustice in the matter of payment of bounty was duue the soldiers who enlisted during the eerly months of the war, aud the opinion is quite as uniform that the zealous action of the ex-Con- word, highly educated, graceful and j federates and their cringing party asso-pleasing in her manner, and well j ciatoa. in the premises, is the work of worthy to succeed the present honored | demagogues, who do not scruple at any mistress of the White House.    act of lf stultification that promises to divide the soldiers’ vote. In other The following bills we.** allowed : Eliza Wilson, witness flees, St ala vs. C Christianson...........................i    J 0“ Sherman Graham, w itne.-s fees, Sr;»te vs. C    Cbristiauaon .................... 3    * M    i Jefferson Graham, witness fees,State vs. C    Christi Ammu...................... 3    08 Grant Graham, witness fee®, State vs. C    Christianson............. ........ 3    OS    I On motion, the Board adjourn* i tu    meet    > ut I o’clock r. m I Sn.it h. XI D in..; An of J Ii i Ors >a Un tup iou, va. XI J Owens. XI Dunning r  ...... ier. M D, I postmortem exa aith............... witu< ti IM; f* W it! *rati • ortem et J ame * v-< \I F A Ria amination oI body of Ole Dif^oa, and witness fees ........................ Joseph pfeffer, juror fees inquest on Ole Leifsou............................... Lewis Andersen, jury fees, two case* before Coroner  .................... V. or* . A Si? cr c V w » M /: v has Piifiif, * ti .cd Mia L» L. I I :*-mrth ar t Flarer. V. • (.narantf* It tr. And or os -r de'e:-r{- • ■•I V.! .'ar*r Work* in the . L a * I .s a a    cautio. F IA tv \m Nu! KING ignst*. Me. Ira w rth SI TNA- Mio- 1 ORO ta. One O'clock, P. XI. The Board met pursuant to adj urut .em All present except W. N Gozlee. The Land Commissioner ll ll LamLer- T ... - ’    7    .    .---—    -    j    ,    ’    1    i    ton) and •attorn'-v (Breckenridge *-! the It will be gratify mg to the country, words they proprjfie to pay the men who Winona and St. Peter Railroad t’omj , to learn that Speaker Kerr ha& been J suoJu2atec. I been a thoroughly wicked asked the County Board to al ate all taxes, work, as they have always Maimed    it to j    costs    and interest assessed    nj on the be—a gratuity for that Very service.    ;    ’ands    of that company in I res'    urn county ,    I    prior    to the year 1878, subject    to the ie- LH ESI DENT S MESSAGE.    j    cision    of tile Hate Auditor    upon Stat. The President's message, calling the taxes II A Hanson, jury f* Leif-on ............. G W Bor ck. XI D. p in at iou of Ole Led ’9 inquest on (Me •tmortem exatn- •<»n, an I 'vim •'•** I ‘ JO f fl \j EWI IL F\1IIBITI0.\ !!! I I III ‘TM unanimously and triumphantly vindicated, from the aspersions east upon him by the slimy tongue of scandal mongers. The credit cf the nation lies in the honor uf her citizens, and no one should take pride in pulling down character. The life service and untarnished reputation of such men as Kerr, van i!C yf fees m- They proposed to pay the tax* «f r 1878, 1874, aid 1875, without cost or interest, upon all the lands they owned in I ;SCore of doubtful witnesses. Beecher, and Blaine, should outweigh a | of the capitol, and ninLt sessions Have become frequent TUE APPROPRIATION BILLS. The Consular and Diplomatic, the attention of Congress to the near approach of a new fiscal year, and to chaos, p    ,    T    i    I    w    |'vtJ    zauur    lury    U*»UCJ    tu    I    MO    IL;    I contusion, an i greau damages that must j {subsequently, w hether either in full    h result to public interests by a failure to j iu their own right, or jointly with the    County    Cornu    vdoner® pass the necessary appropriations, has ! Minnosotr Central Railruad Companp, -o    J    E Wing,    wim.    - ti«    -    > livened up our law makers at both ends I ^ftr.R1K |heir^interest goes; that is, an un- j    Burke. J C Bite, vim h fees D< Chanty C a.mi->i a*-r- . ; VV V« ud-worth, juror fees j Christianson............. Ha ver I - • : - n. wit!;* • j quest on I Me Leif** ti..... Belga To-ten-'-n, aituesi •j<ie«t on O’** Le:Don .................. I Wm D Smith, juror on Jfmuest of J ll Smith :................. Ors- n Lamp? n, witness fees State to an I vs. OU Lar-on............................. C I.aev, w itn««- f.** » Bancroft ts. I 12 .u n-* I P .a, — su I \uil»llion fir- *• < tut KuuctrHtb •*4^iw«, win • -J- a ut 1*7*1. Ail tit* «■•»•** af I T**rri;>- *L TL* ae ■ te<! >ti th» ti GREAT SECRET!* WHY ALL KINKS OL GOODS LOCO HT AT C. TUEL. HEWITT’S LOOK SO WELL, AXD LAST SO LONG, IS THAT THE STOCK IS KEPT SEW AND FR IJS II BY A PERPETUAL MOTION! CONSTANTLY RECEIVING AND AS SURELY AND INVARIABLY DISPOSING OF THE GOODS. C. M HEWITT Beautiful Geode* Beautiful 8tyleu, and prices so low thai you will hardly miss the money vt*® pay for them. We will clothe you from the top of the head to the rod of the Joe nails for $10 OO ani throw in a bottle of Bene-*1 ids EXTRACT OF PLANTS FOR ^ 8LOO0 ' CANNED BRACHE#, CII EXP. _JAPAN    J DITTO. A large lint of Saxony and Fur Hate, ! (for the hea l.) i A - i Calf, Kip, and 8fuga Boots, ('or [ the feet,) “Ketq the bead ait I fed warm, and take j your chances en Cie middlings ” J. BILLIN))*. JUST ops :i;i)_A NEW LINE Or LADIK*, XH88E#, AND CHILDREN # SHOES. JAPAN T. immer rreoats >-> apiece. White c to keep it •rfawe-* to spread on the bed JAPAN T. Drab De Ella and Cashmere for cloak*. Lee arsre Dr**?-* Linen in J AP AIT T. LADIES’ DR AND PLAIN INCOME ut ic a. GOODS. PLAID# AND THREE PLY. Baret & Simms. fur; divided half. On motion, the Beard passed the loll »w-ing resolution, to-wit : It is hereby resolved by the Board of County Commissioners of I re* born county, that all taxes, penalties, and cod-* charged upon the lands owned by the Winona and St. Peter Railroad Company, in this county, be abated for all years prior to the year a. i>. 1873, subject to the approval of tile blate Auditor on State taxes, and that aid company be permitted to pay the . VV ML date I 0 8 (I lion. Lot M. Morrill, of Maine, has I been appointed Secretary of the Trets- J rggjatiTe""^Ex"eMtke ‘and"'Judicial ’try to succeed 3Ir. Bristow, and the j and JWoffice appropriation bills are Senate has confirmed the appointment I still^f^e' the Conference Committee, In this instance at least the President |    h'}    ve^    flattering    prospect    of *    j    ,    -    .    , -.ii agrffement. 'I he majority of the Dem has made a seua •*;:.(>» wit ie ii will be I °    J    J heartily had public life. mi us a member of the | bills in the few days remaining of the sea geetien b, t«wn i.J2, range 19,ebnnirel United State* Senate has earned an en-1 Prcsent year, that it has Ktcn their from i>i,lrict j*;j lo Disirict So. S3, ...    r ....    . _ committee nearly seven months to pre- laid over to the 23th of July, I sro. viable repugn on for abiiity and finn | pare anj report to the House. This is j Tho application of Engebert Erickson judgment    I the Democratic acme and statesmanship an<* J*me8 Peterson to be set from Di ! t..    )en,)nr    n,er*i„    -xo.    7    to    District    No.    90,    taken    up. I Gee I>roam^rhausen, repairs on ; An trew J.il ti-< a, tvitM*--* fees J vs jj r: in J ()wcfi§ .................... I    9* i Henry CochUn, wilae*** fees 8tiile vs. I C L Jones, f "> fallowed, le»s 24 C**!*t», to ctre-j -n I twit la    fo**    bill-.    5    ' 1 ‘ Attn Nelson, witness foes,    State    vs. Benson..................................... I    20 j McNeil & Yan Veel.ten, work ani mate) ia1 about court house...........C8    OR 8 ll Washburn, XI D, ex ;rn.oatien of body of J ll Smith ..................... G    < ai TRE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Tilt: (.BLAT TIII >K I.INE FAIT MAIL ROSIE OF THE UNITED STATES, i w DEALERS IN •aoimoit A *»TI I JI'IV AY »d H* P Tailor Shop. B. H. SKAUG r $ - Le leer. R. B. Skinner A Co. I- continue*! in the New York I fnimnin J ll* put* ama Kiht-1> frau im th a Grttad I *ny haw Tm '-tituilartl and Hard* (lr Or«un» AccordioKtM* VIOLINS. AND Birr ABS    T>r'i>*r    T r* t Slicot Music, O    AE15EK1 J.EA. :: P Merchant tailoH im # / bf rf son brother*. New Store! AND II • GJJ iii ti'iv a ouin'ut^ii Th cia ii vt ki\ ut ’    •    ,1    rv    .    v    j    ^    , *    I    *    v    it    *    i    ii    *    in    ti       c> .,    e    *    cerat? in tae House appear to be under j tuxes of 18.3, 18.4, and 1873, upon all i Pione^r-Bre-s Cumt any oasesamnnt icjirfiiy approv-UJ-A. Mr. Xlorrili has I impression that the Senate ought to | their lands, according to their agreement, J books and blank* 1187».    *    : tad a tvide varied cxperienoe in j be able to understandingly act upon without any extra costs or charges.    Pioneer-Pi.Company, books and I* C. O. Skinner s application to have the j blanks for Clerk of Court ...........14 Pioneer Pre*® Company, mortgage THr .twit l,ii*r Hniiiiinu'. i * I ai: Pl a ailwav K-Tfli th irnltiK t«* xI*** cair ■::!* uf Uu>u. wo*ng«T» woo i J* Ic r»»ntif-.    *    OiDvt-n- i.-i » aff r*l*ct •*i, I.iCIi >• I • ii)i nuiiil :Jn, at Rhii , . O I NITW (KfODS HAYE COXIE. AND NEW > * r. style of fashion for the MUSIC’ BOOKS * L. STYLE < »F FASHION FOR THE □ j    SPRING    it    SUMMER*    187*3 P* ll IMI# IS TI I N.” and 20 assessor! .22 OU Th e note of (jrov Hayes while in the army, in reply to a communication that he had tieeu nominated for Con gres8, ftfil adding a request that he come ilytfie and take the stump, has the ringed* a true pallier. It reads thus : In Camp Got. 2,—Yours of the 29th nit , is received. Thanks. I have other business just now. Any man who would leave the army at this time to electioneer for Congress ought to be scalped.    Truly    Yours, R. B. Hayes. No wonder such a man has the con to whose tender mercies the people are invited to entrust the destinies of the Republic next November. IHF. WINSLOW EXTRADITION CASE. President Grant has also sent a message to Congress^relative to the action of the British Government! in the st net up. Remonstrances presented by R Fit/get il l from persons residing in both Districts. On motion, the Board laid the matter over to the July session of the Board. Andrew A PiOger made application to have the e} ne} section 24, town 104. range 22, detached from District No. 02, and attached to District No. 7. On motion, the Winslow extradition case. There ap- \ f’OHiMdireeted Mr. Koger to post notices ,    I    .•    and file with clerks according to law. pears to bo a general sentiment of ap- j Klmt 01eson made %pplicftion t0 h,„ pro val 03 the action ot our Government, j the se} section 14, town 101, range 23 de- **““    1    *    *    .....’ tached from District No. 74 and have the same attached to District No. 84. On motion, the Board directed Knut Oleson to post notices and file with clerks, according in the matter, and to accept the mulish action of Great Britain as an abrogation of the Ashburton treaty. INDIAN BUREAU TRANSFER. The bill for the transfer of the In-j dian Bureau to the War Department. fidcnce of the people, and that he swept ‘uanl "“'tau ^ has been dcieateu, to the evident satis- Ohio in three of the most hotly con tested elections ever held in that State The great plague continues its ravages in Asiatic Turkey. During the month of May there were 1,122 deaths (Tout this cauae iu tile city of Bagdad There are also reports of cholera in that region. I1" ■ ■ " 11  ......... .......... 1 ■»” ^ 'gq The retirement of Secretary Bristow from the Cabinet, will be received by the people at large with feelings of pro-lound regie*. Ile has not for some time been Lu fall accord with the administration at Washington, and Ii is resign a tion of his portfolio at this time is only carrying out a determination formed for some time previous to the late convention, he withelding it only to avoid suspicion of doing so for Presidential ends. Mr. Bristow’s brief public life makes a bright page in our polities.    _ Dr At KI NG W et Jite&N im — A corres pondent of the New England Farmer has drained a once worthless part of his farm, and made it wonderfully productive. The meadow was divided by a crooked stream, which rendered it too wet for cultivation, but by digging a straight ditch through it, 3 feet wide an I 3 feet deep. with permanent walls to snuport the batiks, and running other .drains into this, the land has been improved. until it now produces immense cr ms of hay and grain. Seventy five b r-hola of corn, and from seventy five to one hundred bushels of oats to the ac;v» have been raised on tho laud since th? < p •«»“ i-rfid Et several times over already. faction to those who believed in” the •• peace policy ” of President Grant. PROTECTION FOR TELEGRAMS. Mr. Morton in the Senate, yesterday, introduced a measure looking to the protection of those who make use of the telegraph for the purpose of the transaction of business, or the sending of private messages. It was provoked by the action of the Democratic House, which sent its Sergeant-at-arms, Thompson, to a New York junk shop, in the character of a detective, and who there took possession of many thousands of to law. In the matter of the petition of Jacob Wagner and others, asking for a new school district from parts of Districts 39, 57, and 42, W C Norton presented a remonstrance from persons living in District 39, and, on motion, the Board deferred any further action until the July meeting of the Board, (July 25). Ii D. Brown asked for a reduction of assessment and abatement of tax for 1875 on sw} section 30, town 102, range 23, as be ing assessed unreasonably high. On motion, the Board declined to change the assessment. On motion, the Board adjourned to meet to-morrow at 8 o clock a. m. record blanks...... Bioneer-Press Company, abstract blank - for Register of Deeds  9 5 > Yiomeer-Press Company, blanks for bankers an I broker^ .................. 25 Fobes Brothers, hardware for county 7 37 On motion, the Board adjourned to meet to-morrow at 8 o’clock a. m. net u,« re run Ll* Is SI. I. Ii list*.I. * It.- a E TH* AXASI»W*T ( na*. It control j r:*:mji cutinu- j . I * t:u: re anti * *i*y 'lid night i •u-*, lr tmv-uir, j t, Tuludci,Giev»- ' PAlf,wIJ*EDiCINi?b. ^ Carbon Oil. Lamp Fixture®.    J-} T2    Perfumery,    &c    HQ I rn-. THIRD DAY S PROCEEDINGS. Wednesday, June 21, 1876. The Board met pursuant to adjournment. -    iii    ii    All present but Commissioner Gozlee. The telegrams, that baa been sola as warte proceedings of the previous day read and paper, and brought them here with the approved hops that they might contain something upon tvhich to found a charge against Republican officials. ST. LOUIS CONV EN HON. Many of the Democratic members of Congress are on the wing for St Louis, The petition of F II White and others asking for a change in a county road in section 15, town 101, range 22, presented. On motion, the Board appointed It G Emmons a committee to view such proposed change, commencing at the house of F White, in Nunda, July 1st, 1870. The petition of S. N. Frisbie and others where they will probably emphasize the I presented, asking aid from tile county to follies of which they stand convicted build a bridge across the Turtle Cresk in here last v/isiter, as legislators, bv the t*1® town ot Moscow, On motion, the nomination of a “ Simon pure ” Bour- ■ 1!oard laid ,hc niaU“'over 10 "** Ju,y ses CA ii VA A v v %-/•* IX* VJ V *    *w » ul4‘,uvu HIU ill pdj illg UULlUt O Ullkl lul OU HLtB the great Republican party, as it was rendered to an orphan boy, who was left when it entered the campaign in 18G0, *n A*8 care» an(l "'ho died February 8, the tendency towards an orthodox Dem-1 !87f.', °,n mol“m- «>*> “o"/1 *    I Auditor to issue au order for ic>lo on, the FOURTH DAYS PROCEEDINGS. Tuvrsdav, June 22, 1876. The Board met pursuant to adjournment, j All the members present except W. N. J Gozlee. The minutes of the preceding day read and approved. The Auditor was directed to furnish the minutes of the proceedings of the Board to each paper now published in the county. The Board decided to rent the poor farm for one year. and appointed W C Lincoln a committee to receive bids for the same. The following bills were allowed : S ll Cady, stationery for JuJge of Probate and Register of    Deeds......$7    IO N McKindly, witness fees inquest on J ll Smith................................. I    06 Minneapolis Tribune Company, surveyor’s record...........................27    OO Raraley & Cunningham, blanks for Judge of Probate........................ 6    80 Jason Goward, return of births and deaths from Freeborn,    1875 ......... 2    50 A E Johnson, articles for county, by J I,arson .................................-ll    Os The following bills were allowed county officers: ll G Emmons, Commissioner fees aud travel................................$11    80 ll G Emmons, three days in March, 1876, on Auditing Board............. 9    OO W C Lincoln, Commissioner fees  12 OO Ole Hanson, Commissioner fees and travel..................................... 13    40 Ole Hanson, two days work on poor farm...................................... 6    OO James Thoreson, Commissioner fees and travel................................ 15    OO Henry Thurston, 1st quarter s salary, 1876................................250    OO A G Wedge, 2d quarter's salary 125 OO S Butchelder, on salary.................500    OO G Q Slocum, on clerk hire..........*...’200    OO On motion, the Board adjourned to meet the 4th Monday of July. 1876. S. BATCHELDER, County Auditor. MMU 4 pawei* isnt' )jr locomot Cc iv ut I I lie a ii I** tod third track* •cd of brotan stone iron *>t stone. It* with every known safety, and ar»- run ic»*s than the train* Th** ot ’rnrtauy ha* n ant- i- I KUsel ariki ill a a deep 1 id it* hrtdnes ire ail of r lr- nu are equipped sent f<>r c *mf*»rt and 8jx****I for    cr (iii*tai BB OU th** COfitim TMI. cert , - , ti it* «qai|tu<-nt I r I entenuial I w .i I ■ prepared to butt* I rn it* own (bop* re* and pa*-eager cars at short n>aice *ut-fuUy acc. 'nun tat** any t xtrm demand, quailed re*. > arces at th** co na maud of the i in; any j .ianuit* < the m^t |* rfect a** -ommoda- ii uh for aff itajiatrou during the Oent* nnial Exhibit; >u. Th magnificent scenary f^r which theFV nnsyl-v;u.,„ lUilr 'ad is •*> ju.-tij celebrated { resent* to the traveler over it* {vcrfe-'t roadway, an * ver-changing paaoraina of river, rn- un*.ani,aud lands<-a{>e views, un* quail* d in America. The eat lug-* tat OU* < n this tine an* unsurpassed. Meals will Is* furniebed at suitable hour* and ample time allowed for enjoying them. Fxeurston Tieketa, at reduced rates, will be Bold at all principal Railroad Offices in th*- wed, North-Weet, iSouth-se*t. Be «ure that your ticket *> read vta the threat IVuiiM i\a ilia Route to the Ueuteuuial. FRANK THOMPSON, Hen mi Mauam r. D. M. BOYD^r., (h-n'l Pa**V Agent. • JiiUiuery. MBS. JOHN STAGE, is receiving the Largest and Best SELECTED STOCK OF MILLINERY GOODS, _    HOME -SEWING MACHINE mmm AU of the above cheap for ca®it. mmm First .loor n'-rt’u of P< ®t tUfice. 5*= VV . Ha® en hand a full line of ev I CLOTHS* CASSI MERES, DOESKINS. I U |    REAVES.    VESTINGS, THI XI .MINGS, *c. and will fill orders on short notice, as reasonable as can be done in the place. Broadway, east aide, near Brown s Bank I 48tf New Firm ,p p OI NEW GOODS! J, B.UK1NXBLL lfecri» cr. EC- A. HANSON, Merchant Tailor! A*, drams were completed. The ex-d d-*iitiiftu: the land hasbeen .    0. A    „ „    .    sion of the Board. bon.    v nice the nomination or Hayes,    J    Timothy Corcoran made application for and it    became evident that it reunited    aid in paying a doctor’s bill for services    .      .    _ A MARRIED Rian tailing into misfortune    is more    apt to    retrieve his situation    in    the    world    than a single    one, ooracy has been more marked, and their I c7u7t7po7(7^d’p»y»bie"u WC Lincoln    because his spirits arc soothed determination to put none but a    hide- .    to pay ttie aforesaiil olaiui.    i } r®    J domestic endearments, bound Bourbon on guard, has    been I    Jessup, James & Roosevelt,    by    Wm    G    I’.'1 his sell respect kept alive by find- more oui spoken Hancock bae    some    Keller, asked the County Board    fora re-    j i**g that, although abroad be darkness strength here, and may develop a    larSe    dllc,io'‘    fr!’*'! "n<i, ,i‘“lllliUatio“,! Jet there is a little fnllrnrinir at    I nnis    •    but his nnmina    taxes tor    lorn,    on    eel I,tin ol    then    lauds in. j wor].J 0(    |ove    a( borne Over which    lie is following at    Louis    ,    but. ins nouiina-    Freeborn    county.    On    consideration,    the tion would be distasteful to many of the Board directed the following changes to be old leaders. I ani convinced. Logan. made in the assessment for tax of 1875, to- wit *. To reduce the assessment on the n) monarch. Many of    the Black Hills    miners i »w} and sw} section 31, iowa JOI, range r    ,    20, to $ I,GOU; ne] ne} and et se] section have tired of    dinging    for gala,    and    l7. town IOU range 21, to $300; ae} se’ hundreds are    digging lur    home.    sect ion 7, town 102, range 22, to :>100; t ^ heehr. Why is the Hepublican candidate for \ ice President like an upper Mississippi steamboat'( Because he’s a stern EVER BROUGHT INTO THIS MARKET. THESE I! VYE BEEN PURCHASED ESPECIALLY TO MEET THE WANTS OF Spring St Summer Trade Which will besold cheaper than ever before HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR HUMAN HAIR, and Gents’ Chains from same made to order. Also Ladies' Switches, and all other work in that line. All of the very latest styles of XIILLI-NERY, and also the CHEAPEST at Mrs, Richards’ Old Stand. Corner of Broadway and William street. Through Line North&South In connection with the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul, and St. Louis, Kansas City, aud Northern Railways, to aH points in CENTRAL IOWA, MISSOURI Eiwlish. AND THE SOUTHWEST. Paosksobrs for St Louis, Kansas City. St. Joseph, Atclii.-on. Leavenworth, Keokuk, Quincy, and all points South and Southwest, should purchase tickets via. this route. DIRECT CONNECTION WITH EAST and WEST ROADS for Chicago, Rock Island, Burlington, Omaha, Council Bluffs, and all points East and West, unequaled by any other route. TWO PASSENGER TRAINS Daily each way, fully equipped for the comfort and safety of the tra'cling public. CUPO* TICKETS UPON THIS & DIVERGING LIKES On Sale at all Prineiiml >ta*inn». ALBERT LEA, MINN. Has on hand constantly a full line of GILBERTSON BROTHERS have ju®t opened a new stock of DRY GOOD#. GROCERIES. BOOT# X SHOES. YANKEE NOTIONS II ATS A CAPS. Canned and Dried Fruit, and in fact everything in the line of a First Clan French Domestic I Country Store!! CLOTHS! Perfect fits guaranteed.    48tf . ...... .    1    J.    !    JI    Bg LIGHTNING Highest price paid for BUTTER and EGGS in exchange for (foods. Everything sold cheap as the cheapest. Give them a call. In the building formerly occupied by A. Palmer, Jr. To avoid inconvenience of lay over and Mow time, see that your tickets read via. this line, aud accept no other. A. RUSSELL. Gen’l. Paseg’r. & Ticket Ag’l. Dray iAne*. WING St HOYE S Tho undersigned would respectfully an- j nounce to the people of Freeborn county and vicinity, that he will continue to erect Lightning Rods the coming season. All buildings roded by me are INSURED AGAINST LIGHTNING! I to the amount of $1,000, firer of charge. I I use an ENTIRE COPPER ROD—the best EXPRESS & DRAY LINE.1 in u“- 1>cop,e ”i#hing ,heir bui,ding‘ ALBERT LEA UtOU FOUNDRY ANXi protected, will do well to see me before ——-    |    purchasing elsewhere, always bearing in I Any and all jobs attended toon first call, ininq that it is better to purchase at home, and warranted to give satisfaction.    ,    or 0f i,omc one you know, than of transient I Leave orders on the Slate at A. E. John- vendors, son’s store, Albert Lea, Minn.    Thanking    you    for    past    favors, aud so- j MAL^RTa    I    *    Yours,    iXc., Machine    ShopS Keep on hand    [    SIDNEY    PARTRIDGE. [ Alusrt Lxa, Xlinn., April Ii, 1876. j    Ibm* Hard & Soft Coal. S^nHoned VV ootl I Orders left on the slate at J. W. Fmith’s promptly attended to. A!ANSU LIBRARY FK.EB TO ALLI oho will return the books promptly. j PLAT FOR XI SC ALR#. I ANNING XII LLS. |  --------------------------J    MILK    SAFES. Repairs of Watches, Cloaks, or Jewelry Manufactured, and the XIOST PERFECT A. lf. Squibs.    G. H. Babbitt, done to order at C. D. BENSEL S. j to be found in Market VII at reduced SGU I ER & BA BB I IT. I--------------— CITY EXPRESS & DRAY LINE. _ Deals in HARD and SOFT COAL. J£3T ■ /\ IVTIP^I Also Seasoned Wood. Orders left on the slate at Lincoln Bros, attended to at once. OF ALL KINDu Constantly on hand aud for sale a: t    I7t25 ALL KINDS OF CASTINGS FURNISHED and repairs upon Machinery done to order Found try near the Depot Albert Lea, Mi*ir%.

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