Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard in Albert-Lea, Minnesota
29 Jun 1876

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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - June 29, 1876, Albert Lea, MinnesotaV    Mitli    t'roiH. Straniio as it may seem, it is still a maj >rity cf farmers k«p no ftccnrate accouuts with their props. They ^'row corn, and oats, and ivimat, year after year, but are not able to tell tho aveiaue yield pu;iaeie,or tile cost price per bushel. Consequently they never know at what juice they can afford to scil aud ^et a lair return for their labor ami uutl.iy. They do not know wliieh trop pays the best, and only by ^reneral uue.sswoik can tlicy tell whetlier*or not tiny arc d *iiitr a piyiinr Imsiness. It is easy to svC that a iiiercliai;t who would sell ii is eoods for anything which he could get, with- CEITTAUE IITIMEITTS. Sd nearly porfecf arc tho reclijon of tho^ic woudor-ful I ain-socthiiij^ and hoaling ('ontaur Liniinent.-, that AVO ca’.i c<>nl\doiitIy s.ty they will iilU-viato liny pain arising from tit sh, hone or uiusole derango-in^uts. We do not iiretcnd that thoy will mend a broken log or oxtcriiiiiiate boiU, hut even in .    I    •    •    caseij    they will reduce the iuttan'uiiatum and out d to the J-riee that he Jiaid lur j stop the ]>ain. Nor can we guarantee the proper reignite where the body is poiMHied by ivliisky. Terniieraiice is as necessary t«) a proi>er physical, as lueutal coutUliwn. The W'liirn Ccntniir IJiiiinriit is particularly adapted to all cases of ItlieuiuaiiMiii, Lumbago, Neuralgia, Erysipolas, Itch, Spruiiis, Chilblains, them, coubi not succeed. It i.s plain he    not    ?cli    gnnd.s for'the same or lc^sthan    cost.    Noithcrshou d the farmer sell his grain lor le.'^s than it cost him, and in tnder to know what it cost him he must keep an account with the growing crop. Ihit some farmers say it makes    no    difference with ifiem.-bocauso when they have a crop ready for marker thoy niust ]seil it bt-cju'sc they need the moiiey which it will bring ; and al.-^o, that whatever it cost them they would bo obliged to sell at the market price. It is true thi-ti iherc are some farmers who are unable,! to hold their crojis for reiiiuuerative juices, but they    are    very few when I'ompared with tile trrcat mass who cm keep thetn. Arid oveu in the case of the minority, it would be a benefit to thetn to I cep accounts, because if they did thi.s tlnyv could tel! which crop tads, Brui.ics, Stings, roison.s,S.;ald.s,.Sc:alica,Wcak Back, ruins iii the sides. Wounds, Wecj 'ng Sinews, lluniH,Frosted Feel, Palsy, Kar-aclie, To»)tli-ache, U'iud-acbe, Fleers, Old Soivj^, Broken BreasLs.Sore Nipp.les, Sore Throat, Croup, Diphtheria, etc. The most of these tho Centaur Liniment will cure; all of them it will Iwm-fit. It will extrnet ibe pniison fr<iin bites ami stings, and will cure buriiN and sestidK with- ut a scar. The f<il)owiug is but a sample of a thousaud siiailar testimonials : “ .VxriocH. Im.., 1h<c. I, D*7L “ My wife Las, for a long time, »*cen a tcrrilile sufTeri'r from Hhcuniati.-m. She has tri**d muiiv physicians and many rem<-dics. The oiily thing w’hich has pw en her relief is Centaur Liuiment. I am rejoiced to say this has cured lier. • * • W, Ii. KI NG, I’ostmaster.” It is an indisputable fact that the Centaur Liiiir nients are i»erf. ruling eiirc.s never before clleet-ed by any I reparanotdiii eitis’alice,-like Chro nic liheumatism of Hilt i v ymirs’ siniidiiig, straiglit-tuing lingers and joints had l>ceu stiir for J. H\ Stniih. JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF NOTIONS AND FAHCY GOODS! LADIES’SILK AND LACE TIES, COLLARS, CUFFS, RIHPONs, OLOVES, AND HOSE, LADIES* GAUZE VESTS, REAL GUIPURE LACES, ALEXANDRE KID GLOVES line N HANDKERCHIEFS GENTS’ BOWS, &G., &C. Miss Mildred Salsich. * ^ I IST Z S T, froM Wi.sconsin, li.iv ing local cl here, ha* opouen a chiss for INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC aipl invites un ac»juaintauce with t!)v»c who j wish in'*!ruction. j ALo n;;cnt for R.W ST \TE oR'i,\.N. I Roonig at A. II. McMlLLEN'.i Ct* Farmers, Leek at This I These wiu'Iy day^ vvIp ii you r i lo town, you will do r-oo I to ymii - lf, ii yuu to til • I) I iLA IjIj. UU I get a cup A Hot ColFee! f r fi cents. Feed! Feed! TI ■ i-U -fi h 'ina- I X '' f nest lioor s > i' ct re. J. I*. I POLSND-GHIN.A FlbS! 'i he til. !• I ='/ue I will i, r" . ’.y for le-Lv ry in .I ne, j - of j. .va V- I, • f thie | nm t ll t I ^ r* i I f t; , r I !i-a irap -itel >k. L .t' r in i- n, tlic JU - lo :t cf I ‘ a r a .1, .M    -    v i Ii l .e rti. ,t. r \Siiiic. V rv ’ ii .t 1^ tor i .Mn- . A.    T.    WI    LET E I r, ■V n ’I I! I f R Minn., I ^ •I ^Votires. STATE OF ^1 INNE.''OTA, County of Kr ehorn, s.s. Di-^irict Court, Tent ti Jn-licial Di-tricl.—Ichn Prit«laff, I'laintill njfui. ?    Gen.    D ivie« an<l    C. A. !!,    Def.-n    lanti. Tho    St.rte of Minnf -; tiic    above nfiir.e I    'lef- n lants: Von, an    I    • .i< h f»f    yon, aro hereby '-ninuio.n- e l MU I i t-uirc'i to answer the ccc pMisit ill I..!'- ii .n, which l a.- I.cen fili'l itifheof- XXrxil C-    I A I ‘ I, ■, MM- paid thorn tho host. Iftboy know just j    y ar>, taking tin-b-r.nmess fr.on bunm, .ye. llDW mud; thoir oats aud wheat al One,. r even fifty centi., in\esUd in Cent.aur bushel, thev eould toil which W- uld be j    be    within    reach when iieeidei.l ♦ I, , b. f (• .’ti .... I,. ....... A „ I ;    ,    I    I    "J"''i** i“‘>re g SHI than any amount of the oo.sL lur tlicm to luow. And hi the    ^    .    . .    T* r    ca    uiuney I aul for attendance. Whenphysi- Uiajoruy cl case.'', ll a f.irmer louud j ciauR are called they frrquently U.'»e this Liniment, that giaiiri was selliu^g at or below cost, and of course charge several prices for it. nod theie was a prospect (as there cer-    The Yellow Centaur Lini- taiuly would he) of bct'cr timc.s in the 1 rnrint 1 . ..    . ,    ^ ij    I    ll    I •    IX aJajitfilt.i the tough skin, muHcles aud Bear    I    ut III    C,    he    euuid    hmd    on,    and^in    j    tl(»h-f the animal cr. ation. It elfeetR ui>ou I»evere 'jet fair Jiay for his crup. lie- I ca.-'cs of .spavin, Sweuey, Wind-Gall, Big-Iload and eidc.i, it is al w;! vs best to do bu>incS5 1 b 'll-Kvll, are little le.^s than ma: velouK. nr*on business In the ionj j    -T.    McClure    A:    Co., DruggiHts, cor. Kim run this mothnd is \a jreat, deal    th-i ,    I    •.    ,!    I    .1    .    ,    “ IU our ii-iehlH.rho«Kl H number.■! teamsteni ar*' UCsf,    .imi    It    ti    ll;    a..~0 g IV t‘    the    constant    |    n.-'ii:g the Cintaur I ijUjieTit. Th(‘y |)roii‘'um*e it feat i.Mhci inn i f a dciinitc kn -wlcdjc    con-    i    we    sell ^    ,    a.*!    in;,^ nc f,,)ir to    ti\e    d'/en bottler jht mouth    to cerninLT pro.-jiccts and rcsuit.s.    ^    ..wm-.-bof horvv.-and    mn!. So I ani C.m{ that it will pay ti e j Eave volumes T testimonials d.-^eribing cures farmer fo k»>cp a corrc.r' account V.ith    sprains, Kuks, GuIH, I>,n-Fvd, Big-Ib-ad, and ,    .    I    •    I    I    ,    •    Founders,    whit    h*are    lithe 1,-ss than uiarvelh each ani nverv croD which he cuUi iv  .. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STAPLE DRY GOODS AND(*LOTUING AT BOTTOM PRICKS. H. no AVE Id at ELEVATOR No. J. near the Depot, lia\ in- pul in a Pari r < irgna easily . n ■■ I I v TWO WEl^l Co VU- I W.Uitel,!: ten mucfar r;' ’ ■ I I alii- .. Vs. A ti. - Z!..; < El Al M i- f s W I ■ ) VV L r I. lOX-TO- I > 'v t Id a, ...r n V' Vi . Ii './VA . .I New Feed IT THE ENEMY OF Dift nil-: KO!: ^ cain to 3I;iii smkI MUSTASTG V. ” ' f ll I I ’e; k of this Cfiurt at .Mhert Lea I i.. I r -inly, ari'I t.j ,sei \e a e«-py o! y-.u; ■ -«.T    I'j Inc    - Al enr)!p!    linf <in    il.f s;.b-    I I    !it th'    lr -40' e IU    .\l!,?rt    Lea, Fr*e- ’ iii < ■-! I ry, Minr.f'iota, iw'iiiy 1 - - r hr. • I'-.-. t’i!;i.s .-uuj'.i-.-ns iif’-.ii j ;•    .    (X- !; iv.- f the -lay '-f    '#*rvic<    :    ' I if    ) :i f    .ii I.'.) a?;sv. *-r '-ie    cong : lint    ; di. rt    the ti    if; aloie- ,:    I. I’lO i    inimifr ie    ^ ■    ■ - ft-w :T I lh    • Jo !g:.,eiif    ;.p    or.-I y. ' n    H nh= I    FiPj-.-ev-n    an    i hT-IO'* I I' ' Iar I i;.ter< lr*.rn N'nv-... h- r I AE,. ! I    7*». af    th*; r;C' of    lo > --r cnt    j •    r ; nrit;-. , •Ic    O’—Da*. I    Ai'ert I..    I.    '».y    !•<. A ; l^Tn. LoVLLV c: P.MlEEE, riaitiEtf ■“ A'’-,:'!! V *-^i7    AP,-    rt    Let,    Minn. I ^'RKf'IT'GIS -In ti . r :.t-e I-    '-Ce -d' ‘    i    I hvEf    . I    I. N',’i--e    A ;    ' y j.v Ige    of lh-- ID -    ‘    .G-    (' .':r*    ^ n y    has lixctl    np.,n    the fir-' I CV ry : . <r:t!i f< r t o '    r .Lily 4. * '" 7 A '    •    ‘    .    -I-    ;fi -i-u I I -V’' \ . ' a n;: IM ^ i 1 American and Foreign IE* a, "t o id.'t & tilLMOIlE & CO , snccessots to Cbip-inan, II -suicr k Co., Solicitor#. Patent® ' prt.n;re l in all countries. 50 FEES ! .\DV'AN< K. No cbarjre unless the psleat i. granta i- No fees for otakiaif prelimiia^ ary e.xaminAli>m-<. No additioRAl fees tcr I oLt liu'n- ; I ’i-iuctinpr a rehearinjf. fly n sf tho Commi*sioii#T, l l appiioaii* u«i may he reritf<l-lO lh.- I’atcnt OOice, Extcn.iion® n-rir'-i, lf»friug‘*ment Suits' in and Sill lii-.i^tiou apper-LiTeni; :m cr i'atenis. .Semi O Ii! -re iX C-/., for pamphlet of a rr.-.ri» ALL r. • V - h.-r f r- (■ ■lirt-T^' a I .I - lE r, . i.s now ready lo am • with feed'IN ANV reasonable rates. Lite fi e J'!.’ ’i- AN I I i I , ni l ll ' 03T I’LL ' I A — “5 i Tach an I every crop which he cuUi v.ites. \.r-i hr.u make hii- wheat field Dr to the cost of piuwiiij, u.'«o of tim land, taxes, ^eod, cultivation, harvesting, etc., aud credit by the number of bushels of grain .md the amount of | fodder produced. Then I:; can vrry I <;;i.sily leii I'.ov,' much a bushel of corn 1 coi?ts, and at wliut price he can afford to fell it. 1'he H.amv j rincipio applies j to nil other croj-.-i, ari l it i.s the only | wmfhod by whicl; tile exaet C'-st of an\ I crop call I).' ascerluimd TM keep .meh !    and moihcn. bav«-re«t, if they will UM- . ;I .    .    I    .1    ,.i    J    -ll    !    Ca.'I-cna,    AVi    rms,    fvveris-hncBs ti-«-fhing, wind acoouU'S will e but little, and will i ..    ,    ,    ,4-    ,    .    .    , .    ,    I    J    !    c»»iir,    .-H.ur sb-mach, mid uudigt-stcd fts d make evltuillly be af adA.lUtagC to any i-hildn-n cr(>.‘-s, and pnKlnce sickness. No wiu-r cf an animal can afford to U- w.thout a Ixittle of rciitaur Liniment, which any day may prove w< lib twenty tinie.s its cost. S< .Id cvcrv where, tun preiuired Only at the Lalioraiory of .J R. Rose 1^ Co., Bi Dnv Hr., New Yokk. CASTOEIA. Or*-s.--, sick’y babies and children may enjoy Good Corsets I! Only so Ots. Our stock of Groct'i ic.-i is c«*n:pletc. Choice YOUNG HYSON TtlV only OO ct?. “THE VIBRATOR” loco BOLD LAST 8E.\®0N WITHOUT ONB FAILULE OU REJECTION This f« tbs fiunou* Threshing nischino that baa ••wept the field ” and created sm Ii a lution in the bude, by ita matculcm Ocaix-Savixu Ana ma principles. y: h ■D I Hi. A” rf I. TR\ THE NEW “DOMESTI" -TG? FORTY kvr''L NOT h.5;al .%    ! ...HF. NM • . Ti I'. iS THV ..'•TT ■ ,• ,-i. KtjKGF viM.-L. S M.‘. -Ii: Tfik'.H. . O '    . Cf •' I AA- 'At rf A HF MAN I M ^    .‘.NL VAI.V.* ] f HOiCrK A Double- Thread Lock-Stitch Machinei'TI i: t-r tI Tim ti, UI ;• it ♦I. : .1Fie* bm eM J.} fT' ^ ? '.x; J.:■ie I t!:' IT ' a : s • ' \ i A J ’,•*_«I lr Cl* i. 11i ] V ij -' ■ A; • I ^LAND CASES, LAND WARRANT I AND SCRIP. t’ ■ •    ‘ I L.*' I ‘ il l i pre-enfe<I I’:* U. >. t- • r vl Lhu4 i t ; . :nd Itep^rf^ I . 4 f toe Int ' r. Prl. He Lan-i Claims. Mi.NILG I PKE-EMPTDlN Cii..mj, and liO fF. TF ID ! Oi-e-* aft Ti ! I to. Li»nd f tL ■- IO. L-), n:. I D G acre piece? for ' . i i :    i-i    ..'Cg:    and    can be i • I it; c <• J. T O Cif fi-'* pi-rehayer upon ' y G V.:;    ? I : - ;bj- r I private sn it:. = ■ *! -•’> I r i r.-. Hi- uf exurtl value *'    ' *y I. a I U arr    i-end    *»!ai.ip i v & i.'o. for {•amj blet of liistrue- <,; .d i-Li , he ie, ik;::., I ' I s ."t . pi- I- f '■'i I'..* A. t: • I    ,, ( H!.;. : 11 Ti i.. O' ARREARS OF PAY ANO BOUNTY. ii:’ ;»    . I L-:r‘», and .Sailers of the Ute • r, r A :yr ' are in any ca^es sn-4*. T , ! cr.. J tr- !.i the Government of i' i t , p. V.', u ' J v.lcdge. ^Vrils full i't V * I V e I,*, I amotuH of pay V. I r; y rec. iv I Enclc-e ‘'tamp to i.ii,''4 ,!;K M TO, -.'vd a full, after > i. ’ i.'u, Wi !}»’ given you free. PENSIONS. *. I bo ■! r-,    and    Sfiilor?    wound- > I. rnpG- ■■ ..    !■ Ll!’,re-! in f he late war, 7"    ■--J ' sn -A4ain a pension by I I ; I - - * < A f ' 4 I!: E X r o. \ J CAA • ' un firmer who will jive trial Liii.s ."VS!em a fair My.'^TKRY (IF i^KKFUME —No one «'u:^t"r;a will apsimilato the f-H>d, <-xp<-l «ornn» aud correct all these things. For twenty yearn Dr I’dchcr exiH-rimented in his private I'ractice to j ro-•luce an ctfoctivo Cathartic and stomach regulator h.i.s yet been able to analyze or dennm- ' "hi»b woui-i i>. as effecti\e in. famortHi, wuh-.ut Ftralc tile cs.stiiiiul    ..f'    perfa.Me^    '    "rn,0.1. Lt.'is can be weighed, but no .‘icent.s Tho bmallcsL known Creal urn.'—tile very inonad.s of iife—can be oauglit nj) by .1 micro.-^cope Iona .and made to dc-Jivt-r lip the secrets of their organiza-tinns; but what is it that emanates from the pouch of the iiiusk tiiat fiil.s a ■whole space lor years and years wiih its q»eneh'ating odor—an odor that an ll limitali’e number of extrancou" ."uli-.-stanci.'s can carryon without diir.ii'ish ing its size and weight—and what is it thai tile warm summer air brings to u.- Tl.c rci.iUatit ll of Lis px^h riaa nt cxtcnd.-<i, I Ir.sauan.' and ’nir.'C."' raj idly a... i-ti d bu* remedy, t . whicli Ll- gave the name cl ('ustiirin. (’ai-t ria is a" |il<-u-..i ut to la Ur a."* Iioiiry, regii-Lot-s ti'.:' 'f-ij;:ach a::d li.»\vcl.', an-1 d >*-s ii->t priix-. It its aiiai>tc<l t ;dl nu s, C'-iil.ii)!K no ak-ohol, and i* iilisolniriy liHriitlr-*- to the m- .-l tender infant. Try Cael -na ne •, an't -u will nrx cr br ii Ii- OUI it. I'rcimrcd at tho I,..’-or. ! tv cf J. B. r.^^c A €•>.» Dcv .Stn cl. New V<Tk. nj 01313 XIV'Si KLECTKIC SOAP SAVES TIME, SAVES LAB8R, SAVES MONEY. TMK ENOHMoCS W    H iti/A-r rfid-i of T' r ; r-,'* ImiiroT-Hi Ma-fun#s - ..w i-pag eft crpm ts at ibr- b ag. n.AX. TIMOTHY, MILT.rr, nrN'^AFT.^N an? bk* ikseda ar lhr<: •h--*!, »    j, .dv Jc-I I .i o-j! •I M-Uj and p. rfocUj < - Win at, OaV;, By - or Darby AN EXTIi.V PUICn i« u» p~.d f w grain k-«d* clean-4 by thia ma- hi.*.-, f~. t vtr« cli..nUn<iia. IN TUE WLT OHMS cf 1'7\ th*— wer» .n’ -tan IbUlT the ONLY MAC.IIN^ til * - c -M r;:. j r - • or c^Qiitny, d* i-ig fi t, vUsiuogh and jveri-.-it a ark ai-t oUim UU'Ay/ ;4r f. ALL GRAIN. TIME and MINNEY w tiyn-*, t>-j! ll “E- ll A. . *1'    vt---i,* “ Pick ra," etc , ar.* r- ftfrty 4; f    L    a*    that one-lial. th - • .1 G-a - IV . I,    '    J-    .rv dr Lf I ‘ ' I ..a cr. h4 rilGK'E I’RUNK.'^ ■ WD 1‘E.vghef, very uh ear. I’KALFD lr.'rn tile flower.^, no man lias yet been j n>‘d tty -D Frown, is now j»repan-d rn do o dct'jrmine    So fine. so suhile. i    kmd.-j oi rep «hl{* to BO imponderable, it dud I our most delicate weights an I measures and our stnmgest lenses. If we come to the coaorjcc of c.'ieh (<d->r. we sliou’d havo blade an enormous stri«le forward both in hygiene .ailJ chemistry, and none would prnfit more tliin tim medical i profession ii* it eon! I be -is coridu'lvely d'nnonsfrated tint such an ouur j-ro-cv-eded from such and such a e.anse. as twe already know i f siilpliur, suljihurate liV’drogeu, anim mia. and the like. A. J. 15AL('II, Having reii cl fin- fine sl.op, t<»rTncr1y now jireparcd ro do liring, j>;iruculurly in the lim? of ‘tans, liohs^ dc. Wocd-work on pUiws, also pniiiiinp X>ojrxo to Ox-dox*! BOOTS S SHOES AT TUE J-iiHEsr I-Kici;.'-. PLEASE GIVE ME A CAIL .J. IV SM nu. “    JA^L    .* *a.«irr man.-'.:r< -t; ly n*{«inii; no dun; - >“!'4 IrouLhd by advert WI'! * . rm . . t r 5 FA UMER? aud GR'IN R\I-KmS wh.-r ar* la th* largu u^\ir. ^ u--}a by it v... u »t en; .jy t:.f* nor and wa:? f ;l nr hln- .i, I t:t w ill u^at on thll Improved Thr*VcT d>..;tr th-wr » rk. rot'B SIZES BUblo f. r 6, #, 1> and 12 II rw row*-!*. .%Uu a rjr H’ty rf Si »-a«ATCM, designee iud uaJe kAi-a:    V i -ifAM I- rm TWO STYIJW OF HOmSF. B *V ERS, vlf ■ mr !t-j proved •’Trip’.* G«-vr.”ai. l - - r ftr—i" ^W >d •ixxrj Stjiel, I.itll “ M-.uct* I ” nj,Br irL, ,-!c. IF INTKKRSTED in TI n ai!.*: cr Gn^iu r!.t«fng to )Ur r. -.r; H Is aI-t, >r w ■ 4 t uv for IF -*%» CiiTulax '-t fp vlv,:-J f Ii J    f J kyiec, 1*11?^ Tenri.*, t ic. Nichols, Shrprrrrl S Co., j    Cii^XK.    iUrfl I r ,I. -u!. t -    I,.. Ii. J.: i: . rr I> ! ; - -A • •. Tin.-- I ' v.k'-: ■j-r-’c-! :»i»a - sr ,t : ' I I r I .    . < of f • \ I ore N Co. beef the United iud the i^outh- I ! . SCJ , - ( rr- ii- ;m;. Mi:r * ■ * . I* M r,. f . •M cf ur I i5iue.»s is con-r 4 I ere IU. nndcr cUargv r'?r r I pnriles eiuployvd I    .".T.. I’t u; J? attention to nil ’    I-    -    I t.i GILM'JRE & CO. in I-    -    .    i    i. We n. i;re to win succe^j* by • . I    '    !r< GlLM<»r.E i Ct).. Glo F Street. Wa.-hiiigtcii, D. C. II?' -^o-cr ■'cv.A.iarT I F.iiiii OII hoi; You should buy of the ATeHiNGO!!, TSPEIA. ARD SAITA FE R. R. II. i .    I    -    14 -’.'■'••I. I. F.\.-<i JNS : I-'    4    .-    -    •.-•-jr.    ,    a'l>    trrr.ed    *•    TW» bf «l Ihii    K    IU    tbr W r«t.*■■ !.. . -.urf the b.wi 0|»- f    '    4.    P l I 'T.n- Ii .iiitabl* to soy ■    t    f.s-;:    ;;    r    -:• •• k-.-'ai-a'g. --    »;.tra!. *.• ii.- thp 3SHt p*r- f j    r-    •    f    Ai:.t-r-,ca, ie r laaliy I -    .:r-. i-.-. '! r. rt.-u. Fro.* c- :    I    .    . ( J N ..-th, and tk* ;    .!    mr;    ..    - f th- S< -ath. K- f t..- z i < .■•.J - > rf - -I I rcdii. a.dd. bt •. rf rn thr iatitttdc of y *L..l V:r„'ii,.a, »'..l th* f*"tfhty !« - *. A that ,*u’;i .■rd:i-Mr\ rn I..-try th* :i. ’a;, f. r h:- fan;; ai. I jni] r veoMDU r- <l I. ti.. { ihc LatiU ijrt-ir* thip butt pay- I Le! b- g > t i a wiId*m«M. • rf raj .ny, « !:»r> y<i*i will ...I n*»»«]ap*r», _    .    -I    th gixxl .cbuwki f • V —.r rh.i lr»-n. ; f... ukt. L- aru »- ry l*-w, rang-' a--r*- at> .- id .>n Kiev rn Y'catw* -t it fcr-T* ll -'I r C^Lt :• .T rfT»!;i . rtrr- I'J? larrf' < Li*dy cf rbwMo I it.'I ;i: O ' W»-^;, -;tuat*-d ahiig the OiSton--.4 Ark....-ii. .m>-n* i r .id }'•    . ..ri.1    t'    P'j.'i.lo, ColvTado, Ik ckv M    initato ■y*t«ai of ■ ■    i»' -t«-ra mark*! T. f I lf “J Wat.'I THE LICHTEST-r.U;' G - !'i TGE V-'CP.LD. bi V » The tv. I .I rf f a nd'd ...w p nc«-% ■ ■t --..dTJiO-♦•Iim; en tho UHING Oft of .'^or t.s.”—I'nd mht edly many cf our reader.s know what if is to be neiilie;- sick nor well, but ” out of .sorts ” Tho di.stin jui.'ht <1 'pliysi ;ian j Sir V.’illiam .Icnurr i.s of the opinior; ! that too little .attenfion is jiaid. alike , by jdiv'-itdan.' and s'ufferers, to this Jenera! debility. He calks it ” (Hit of-hfa!thedm*.s.s,” aud dcsciibcs it as an imperfect general iiut*ition of the whole of the body 'flm'C who suffT fr-uui it arc n it chronic invalids, but p'rsoiLs wh >. previous to its rnanife.s-tafio!), were in good health. iSir AYilii;im ascribes the state of out of s 'I ts ” t.) one or m-)re c.iuso.'. such as (lYonvork. anxiety, over'-fecding, over Fiimulating—that i<, immoderatti drinking— w.ant of food. b.t'i air, defieiency id exercise Wlien the bo']y is in a low state of heabti from a general deterioration of nutiiii.m, all the mem ber.' s .ffcr, but. the weakest members the nio.sf. The danger is that somo one memlu r or organ which is consti-(ntioriaHy w-mk m:i'> be unable lo resist the ge.'ii ral dcbdity and tltu-S -bcc.ome j.ffected as to hrinj abont an orgini-.* 'IO' a s *vcre h)Ca Everything cheap and on slmit notice. Cr/Vc JI I IU a Call. Itf .\lhoil Lea, Mina. albert lea Restaurant f M ll ot c »u.s( s t he u' K * * I <iisea.-se 'I he c'tnclu n'utt'T i.*- this—tivoid (I c '.'OU IL. O. HA..KrSO]Vt Keejts the fii'^t-class Restaurant of the Town, having in conneciiou with it a fine DIXlMi liOOM, wlierc d.ay board c.ui be had at reasotwtble rates I HE AT-SO KEKI’S THE BEST STOt'K OK t'.VNDiES, I'KL1T.>, (green ami dry) .SHOW-CASE NOTIONS, GUO-CEHIES, TEAS, .Ac., ^kC. found in tills j)art of the State. SlHlLI’ilOFlTS WliailCK S.ILES i-j hi? molto. Broadwiiv. o{»p< site the I’osi otbee, Alb vt Lea, Minn.    Itiyl Oetlo ! i^utnher I'nrtf. C. L COLEMAN'S LUMBER X>JS, AT ALBERT LEA AND ALDEN. Every description of PINE Ll31 BER, I NC LU DI KO FENCING, FLOORING, DIMKKSIOK? BOARDS, CLEAR LUMBER. SIDING, SHINGLES, LATH, DOORS SASH. SHEETING RA I’EK, PICKETS, &C., Constaatlj on hand, and for sale al the Lowest 3Iai'l'ct l^rtce '. I (I i.tcrn r: M ii zoffiZt r rn < I LWi r..ACH!Nt CO., C Iiiroitro. rv»n:-«f • •* r.i- '.'TTj^icn an-1 .r« ' f --rrr* t.» I .rf M»it \ -WW. : .'«»* -vr, ! J' Sa. Ka&«M Ay. Br IL. . - : I, kr: Agt 'I I I If '4xil Agt Si Chicar; i - Ii it Db ■ i .... 'Af • fc rn r > i •l HIKE CO. ..I*' J'On dv GANS. ich jti'C VUU '* out of sorts Y vinegar In-arit I old bachelor says I!;.>> ut lier the head < I ; ” fur iV.c news of the weak. bn always “ matriag' s STORE AND TWO LOTS On Broad'way !! Tiix3L*fc>e>r FOR FRAMES, &C., FILLED TO ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE W. H. PLACE, AH ENT, Albert Lea J. F. REPPY. AHENT, Alden,Alin $16 per Acre ImprovedFam g| TF’OL* State News —Heaenfly lite Governor pnrdonrd out two thieves, who had been fccnt to StiHwarrr from W inona county. and imd still eh von monlhs to J5crvc | One of them, Huberts, took the money furnishiMl by lim iS.Mle and got drunk on it. and flu' s'lnm day was sent to Hie county jail, in default of payment. — Mr. Pan fold of M atli ba is doing a good work in destroying gra.'shojipcrs lie bt IS ait .'ijqiaratns for catching and d.ihtroying which work.s admirabiy. and with the us-'istimee »)l which, s'l tar, Im e timaies ihni he ha.' kiipil IBR bu.'he’s. His apparatus consists of a net On wlteels, in the rear of which is a furnace. to which the hujijuis are oairied bv the will I aud I urued with .straw. ’Pi e Manka'O U c-id say>that last week, while jv;irlios were engajed iii re moving some bodies tVoin the Winnebago Agency, to another place of burial, in opening a 'grave where a body was buried 'S-iutc cieven years ago, and attempting to lift the coffin.were surprised | at the extraordinary weight, and on ! opening tho cortin, ii was lound that the j body, ?rnd also the wa.' petri . Bcd aud ti .SUtiled a (ie.icalc .-late t Al'SO- Dwelling bouse, ami ten lots on Clark St., o)ily one block irom Brua'lway ; will n»akc goo'l rcsitlenee or inisiness pr^•pe^t3^ Will be sol ll logethwT, or in small parcels, as customers may 'lesire. Time w ill be given for a part of the purchase mono}’.    .lOlIN    tSTAOK. .\1bert I'ca, April 3, 187(1.    I    It    13 Two Inimlre'l ami fo-rty acres of excellent farming laml, with about Yy .acres •antler cultiv;ition ; so'mI well of water; about '.(0 acres of yotiug thrifty limber. This pro}>erty is within FIVE :miles of alhkkt lea, anti is composed of a ICO acre tract cornering on an 80. It ill be sold SEPARATELY OR TOGETHER, according to the wish of ymrchaser Aj.ply to .lOHN MURTAUGH, 17tU> Host OHicc, Albert J.ea, Minn. .• »Ior If you waul circulars, lf yon want LiDvlbills, lf you w ant envelopes, lr 3 UU want business canls, ll you want uoat, it yt.u want tasty U I f et-hen'ls, It vf'U watt* nice visiting c.iitD, It vt'U tviint any I-'rd i t i"b w »'ik, I I ave OI ill Ie at ThK M.a NI'.-KO Uthc¥ FOR .'s.VLE—Desirable acre lots uiljuin lug .Vlbert Lea.    Apply    lo D. G. PARKER. FOR BALE—The ej swj section 3J, township of Albert Lea. Apbly to D. G. PARKER. FOR FALE—Several choice lot.s in Parker’.? .Vtldition to Albert Leo*.. Tlic.'e are laid out large eiie, and command some o the finest scenery in this section. .Apply to    D    G. PARKER. FOR SALE—The n| »e| and se} ne^ section 4, of Hartland towasHip. Apply lo    D.    G. rARKER. FOR SALE—One hundred sixty acres in Walnut Lake township, Faribanlt county.    .Ayply to    D.    G. PARKER. FOR S.VLE.—E'ghfy acres vrithin one mile of Jackson, in Jackson son ut y. Ap ply to    D.    G. PARKER. FOR SALE.—One liuirlrc<l and si.rty acres, near Alexandria, Dongl.vs count}-. 'rhis property has about DK) acres of heavy timber ; 30 or 40 acres of fine meadow, ami the rest either prairie or grn’n land, and the whole very tie.virable It one who wishes lo cultivate a sni ll fu’t. ant! reU' largely upon the marketing oJ wood aud lt:(y. It will be excliangetl f.jj other property, if desired. Aj»ply to D. G. PARKER. FOR S.ALE—Oi>o handreil ami sixty acres in section 17, town OO, range l!4, in Winnebago county, Iowa. Apply to D. G. PARKER. Any nf the abeve will be sold on long time, if desired. FOR SALE.—Fence posts. AppTy to D. G PARKER. Ft)K SALE—Fanning mill, lie.)) Iv ut w. cheap Apply 'o    HG    i’AKRl.R Fine farm of H>0 ji'-n s : Ha) I loweil ready l«.r ct 'p ; lo. living ‘■piings. G' 'd i nee ; entire farm. G • I IcH'O, ' Po?( aero.'*' ta'' l I, v ' i .Nchtml liOU'C KH) y r I' fi * : .\lbert Lea in ftili vi w, 'J i. ' wl)'re eveiyiViii_ that 1; ai tor Laie, n-.j-t . ( .( ■ WEHGE & Hir.r A . , t .MI- VI Lea, March L’-J, 187b.    I- \. ^ JI T fer*-t ’-7    *l;;,-    ■ ref*    ■ M- llzr.t-YI estern vir.WA V '■ ! ■ • ' ■ vc;:) In ?r- i*. Tole-V .^A K Niagara Fa.H«>. <’m. J. !■    r. .VH's’U'.T jf- 4    ^    'N i . ;'’anl. B-'ah, . ’    ■    t. I’t4;ni» r<*, W?^<h- .    .;r    *,    .n    I ranei-*?!), ."    • * I    K ‘ I    Tty. Deii- S    av •    4 r.    .'t. Paul, - ' .    *    L    Msdi-' a ‘    1.    r    *    a.    B it. -la. Hu- .    'Ii'    .'    .Tid    rsii point# ..:h. I. I Fast. -huu. i buy . ‘ ■ I',    and tre r.7;i7\ 3^ 'TKL.N RAILWAA' ■-    rt--''    '    *    ai    Gh' JlgO .TI ' -■■TI S-i,.rhrrn a*. L i    \    I •: I .. T’irt^- ■ r. '    4    * : o'-'ga. K'i'ikakee • - i I’ •    :''r    '.!!    p'.in*A .'t. r. r- I Ii I ii*- •<> 1....    <    * i.;r.*: fur ail point# S i I I — "2 r? a ac- . ,r , ' t !. i V -^a.'UVV I n.'-nt jurvey I rii..tu fVL:.' I ar I fipju!! r a»u Ii t’. jay >aLl rf ' n ' _ ■’ JC. V i IU I a Pa I-; I! R t I' i ’4'.    Cb'!. V. :-. ti p-infs ri-e a! o made w ith tho •it (‘rn dra. f T all far ' rcrin''c.Gon'* are made with trains of all eros® Ti r-I. LM AN PALA* E GARS. 4‘u    I    mr'    arc run on all I t a i»ll '!iC li”‘ **f fbi' ro.S'l. (    ■'    Le    r.j    line    n.^ning    t!ie«e    c.'trs f '-n GI A .ar. I .'^r    or Ghicago .til M'.lwa    Omaha    ©or    Sleeper* c nn*'4 with tlie Overlan l Sleepers on tho Vt* ^ Unb'Tt Pa; iac Rai.r.*a I, fir all points weal of tile TH" uri rivrr, Air..>ug the 1:, I n- <T» •' n. ‘.V 0-2 ♦ * *' ail''•V'V • 'tFJ ^ ■/• i *' At. r. I t!.e ci \ '” ', Ne. Zi % *. ■;: '’.y mail. 'A . - I -.4’ lb* r. . • , i.f. i-k 1 ' „r -,4 --eau V .! Minn. -5 -    itl. f ir    " Uskal el- 4' .    -.J    exrr«s! r. ne* erbef ire attained. Adupici lur Aiuatcar Ibvrw;:>3i,. iii, ..Id -a uraamcat la aa-/ J- *:.    r.    7 r BeiVdfxl K*W Ztj'iM ITO niij. GEO. WOODS & CO., Cambri 'geport, Mass. TV LUOOOilS: COS TVaihlngton St., Boston; HO State ''t., I bi-aro; 16 Ladcate Hill, London. •’n'.I - fs'V-. • -1    .    ?ic anti val'nMe readinc matter, r--!    ; i    ...    • r. F .c.b n.i'> *er contains from f the t.juat s. ' :aa...c.'    Gt-U, V»COLS St. C J.| Pubi'shers,    Mass. c an-va: IM* I »\i' ;i THE VOX BHMANA.A'"7;Ln..^f ’ ti I' :M‘ ( SUIMSCK-.S VDVAXTE COMiaMTl). M y I Li'ti .*''3^ . b* ing in Fr'e* rn - '.I. w ! th. her L T S wi!; bo < A.\ a, Li^ vt Liner, { r ' • aul i-‘t:i. -I. ar ! G ..ay -IV J- * ! I r ■    -a    ’    '    »..'•■    ra    / I*-. a' i;v! 4i I in aud ‘y ' i I ■ r*gage i I e,;... !k 1. i t i 'are. ar. I I- i:-l .ir-e-. . !4    :..! W' I by lu'rt, '. ii,, a -4‘ WiL bv T. . Ie by th 'i:. i '    - - .i i Ft' cb *rn c "n- ty, at ti.o lr- nr I r -I :l,e ccnrt h in lh* A’ t^eoi AM ort L -.-t. in sai l coi;nty .'^Ust* , --n    t!io j-    I    I    ,y of    .July, \    n , at ; • .-\1    -> K.    ?    .    f    that    V y, s.ib- !o re I tai ‘L»n ;it .any time wit lur. <-ne ye;.: tr- *11 th" I y f - A , js prxvi-lcl Iv law. 'l-hito-l, Ji.n A. i>. l"7r». IU IR At E H. GLARK, -Mortgagee. kr • r, I'^-y f- r .M-rteafree, VH>vrt la , M'uni.-eta.    lilt? HAY LIES Glo it M-r .r.r.b't    -    i    i    , K    kuk, !    ' ,n tho ^l    l    r    I.    )V| -    ll. Mit    r,    ' I!■ I • rot Miin.ig-r. Nit: 'e- 'i; h year. Aboiii Sixiv *1 *Har,' pny i ll expon' s for Mvii.b -r- | 'hilt, Bt ar I, iiti i .'•d;i iuii. ry. B-n kki ejter'*, i P» riiien, RepurterM, Gperuto.'', Arehifc« t>. Surveyots, and Teacher.' ihorougly- fitted. Engli'h br.inches free. Free I • cture? by Fmiuent Orators. Free Fe‘' with Bras.? Biind in Gollege llnli. Free Fur-ni.'h( <1 room«» f-^r .'*elf-boar<Hag. Telegraphing free. Short haml writing »ree. Gooil boanling club?, .and family boav<i. Uail-ro.a t fare deiliu'ted Immense tiu.'inc*' in Keokuk. No f arati in. Gollege. Keokuk, Iowa. -aw ihi.s a-lvertisenicnt. INHUGEMENTS OFFERED t! :? route lo the ti.aveling public are all T r I; in irivca.ftii « : Rock and grav-1 ' a’ 'I- ’ tr;;^k. steel rail, rock .and iron el Ig*par’ r :ind dr.#iv;ag room day c : . . -    ...’mg    and I tinging c.sra, West- iii^L -'.‘S.fty (dr Bl ake'. Miller’s Paten* .8 lf, ty ’ ,-p an I II' I* ■ ' II Pi Att -Alit!res' Pctylie' I State w here you | •dlvl I Madison Dispensary, 82 W. MadlsoA St., Chicago, rOCSDID BT r>Il. C, BIG Eld.ow. Wh*U*rtrfiiUr itradiwt«orMw)Je»lC«Uv|%M.dh*if«e«n)ao«-ia the trr!tnaeat of ell VEXEKRAL, SBXVAL e&tS DISEaSKS then eny Khf'r phTeideo In Chieece. STPHllia GOXORKHOEA. klKET. StRinXllX. OBCI- rn esfiirfeit in the trrenaeat of ell A-EXEI tj-f- : ‘.“.sr.'yjsisvi vrfr,«H.7'.'V £a,l-o 1037-    TOZ3:    L-TS02.T, -dN-l-bczt IVE. T.    o\.*ra’.iXJNr    o<    LA    .2.    A    J    Y. X-'C O' LA iris, HERNU.eUi;HMr7 ileenees. er *eee«rtiU nl*iU** •r (Re tkraei, eliln er Renee, trveW with unperelletedeneeew, en Uecet aeienU&o priaciplea ta heir the neunl time, ufely, pri-■reu-'.T. SPkRXATORRHOCA. SRXrAR DEBILITT en* IIPO-Tl.XtY, av the iveuaer Mtf etu«e in rtrntli. •ezulexceeae* la B«tur,:r fear*, or e(R>^r caoecs, «Ri.'h prodace ewn: of Ut- folio* in^ etTccu; XerTOb«3(-<«, •rmtnel nnUsione, d.>MtltT, dla-a«a«* of eixhi, dcT'cave Bcmory, ptnplee en the feee, eVcraion to encWtT. lute of *-..-*aeI j-'ner, et*., mxterinc MARKIAGB IMKRurfKU. ere pcrtfeaccU/ cu««L KeaipRkt <3* p«*«e) re-letlB* to the ebort. ii.nt in leek.l enretf-pee, for two Xcent roet itr- etennps. Coctalutiaa al office or Rj ntait iavttcil. Bu uptaioogtveu free. Roome jeparate for ladies and gaotkmca. Cares goarantccxl, MARRIAGE GUIDE, OR SEXUAL PATHOLOGY. TR!* I* aa ialerMtias nark ut tea beorfre.t Ur«e tnt pe«.t, ead coBlBiae reiueUe iafwin -twa Sir tbuM «k« we ■ut'aI. jt e*st£.3.,ate aamaf*. It MOUur* th* •i^«t3«.4«e ectJ edi.-* af eeh-'iKi.a vt ■vfMle'nvi I, wrl-l-vl-t*. aed alutiH bv is tbs pnrett drawr •< wvry ■ via >n4 t.i»eto    'kvvi    tbv    ••'*.-    (' It veiti-, v« v'vreibiaa •V »d'tv«l Ut tbv    ih»l \» v«»ib k>w*VK iu «oe Btecb ibal It v-.*    IV    VV,    vin-r v-tk I’. «•. F' . Cn*e Aolt.v* Svdisoa*e. r, 4 lf    rtf    ,    rv.*..,.    ZU. an I Platforms, Spcod, .'..f *• . fin I ab'- ’me comfort. LLNNIN'G THROUG.Il FIVE GREAT >T ATf S. and operating over 2,tjOO mile# of Ina I, * ■'    prc'pnts    to the trar*l- er tailifi?' tl:..t ARE N«4T ami G.VNNUT be ( Ter- I by any competitor. Ail ticket .agent? can 'ell yon tickets ti* I *'= - V‘ 41 a It yen wish the bc't trareliBS I 14    ! I*yt»u will buy your tickettf by fbi' r n!.*, and i.ill take no other. .MALVIN HltJHlTT, G^' aal Sup- riiiten*lent. II STENNETT, \vl    General Pa?'enger .\gcnt. rn ______— CHICAGO MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAILWAY, 1« THI; VKKY BL.ST ROrTE Tfb l r GHiGAGo. 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